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for the consumer so every day's new every and every truck is almost like christmas a year ago a gigabyte was common for. bison like top line but now we're talking to a bison beyond you know who knows what next year is going to break so a big thing also is the size of the hard drives a year ago a terabyte was kind of something that was brand new very very expensive so our desktops come built in with a terabyte drive you can buy drives up to two terabytes and for those who didn't know it's a thousand gigabytes so that's well to terabyte i don't think they take it for granted i think it's just mainstream it's almost like get a drink walk it's like there's my computers my glass of water it's just something going in the really think about new technology that said there's something for everybody you know people still like the desktops but they want smaller people still want to like the laptops that they want to make so they're kind of changing over to that as well and make them more today is a very important day we have a lot of we have a lot of great advertisements going all right what you guys to remember that all
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right we also have a lot of customers out there we've been here since ten thirty. that'll be six and a half hours that will wait here i'm down to sixty that absolutely got to get the t.v. i don't know what it is and you know average don't even care bills scream this going in the garbage maybe for a tax return place to look at is there today we have a very large sales goal that i want everybody to know that we have to hit we have to hit three hundred thousand today soon as a goal we can do all right that's very exciting right i would never want to do over that three hundred thousand would be actually nice we did that i know sometimes there's recycling programs knows you can actually scrap some of the computer all metal sheeting to the scrap yard have metal you know have the metal melted you get a couple bucks here and there for it if the search is for the most part. and i don't know. i don't know where that old technology is
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a warehouse underground somewhere that holds it all these. two hundred fifty megabytes a few years out there that have really no use ok how do you know. if they. live
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. this was one of the first of the proposals that i.b.m. made to be so most selection committee work for i.b.m. and i was given the job of jules lining a barcode and did i ever believe it would be this big no way. nobody had nobody believed it people have trouble remembering or knowing what things were white in one thousand some. there's more electronics and capacity in my hearing. the war in big computers that took up a whole rules in those days the hand telecare leader was on oddities to see such that they will spray in new introducing old world smallest electronic calculator. price tag to match three forty five complete l c eight the abs are the biggest
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thing that i.b.m. was safety but we worried about we were concerned with safety but. we have other concerns for pollution. we did fall below all well i don't think we went overboard . yeah this is the birthplace of i.b.m. this is where it started in new york. spilled a lot of chemicals a. crack pipe. and they kept phil phil on. and. go on until and up a big plume of chemicals it started out as a drip. drip and they never really came to a conclusion of where they were going all these chemicals were going on because there would be times where they. how do we use that much and there was weak and
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there was to water wells that are closed up now but all this they went to any of the schools here and anything you're drinking that water i was diagnosed in eighty one with. not hodgkin's burkett's lymphoma which was a very rare cancer at that point and i was only twenty twenty years old and i had this big things brought out my neck and put this sign up so people that moved to this town know orders a problem i don't want to comprehend the time and not know what happened here and what's going on here and now everybody should be notified that there is a pollution problem here should be had. we know we have to track our atheling we know we've got pacey and the other chemicals it would take into maybe
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a week for me to tell you all of them we have a book that's there we didn't know all those chemicals until about two years ago. because apparently nobody wanted to tell the health officials. really have been working on. the e.p.a. to change the level of allowable t.c. in water they say it said ok level right now what's ok it may be ok for may may not be ok for you you have your chemicals which is actually a pool in the ground in the groundwater and the vapors are seeping up through the ground they take the easiest path. and then they try and do your home and that's why you have these really great on machines and so subs. saying oh it
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takes the pollution dispersant coming into the home puts it in the air around where it's breaks down we know tricolor at the link as askance or we know that and they say it's a moot point now because they're not using it but it's on the ground the first year i moved into this building. and there was not. i had two system one long the i.b.m. problem in the chemicals is du pont's problem and the chemicals silicone valley problem in california nationally we are a hidden. chemical kind about their worry about people by overcoming. stupid frogs are not stupid but. they get you can't do it as you can people. you know how they wish to.
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remember these products we need a computer that needed television sets but we should make a conscious effort to reduce the toxic components and i believe it can do it we should make conscious airports to think about how to dispose of these things properly it can be done. if you if i. was if. i. was if. you. had if. you had if it. was.
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if you had if. it. was if. the wall sure they probably last shouldn't last five years or for that last one year because what do you do after that how you can put spam in your product why we can't compete with what the computer can do for us because fast. and it is certainly help to research all. but look what we've done with thinkable sobel told the school. principal sort. of whole bunch of variance from. the middle just to the computer. to do more good than. questionable.
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don't understand you correctly that you don't believe that adequate 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 play book 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. right. first strike. and i think.
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reporters. instrument. did you know the prize is the only industry specifically mentioned in the constitution and. that's because a free and open prize is critical to our democracy albus. in fact the single biggest threat facing our nation today is the corporate takeover of our government and our crass difficult we've been hijacked lying handful of trans national corporations that will profit by destroying what our founding fathers once told my job market and on this show we reveal the big picture of what's actually
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going on in the world we go beyond identifying the problem for trucks rational debate and a real discussion critical issues facing america have done for bill ready to join the movement then walk a little bit. on the word revolution very pretty these days and yet i think there's a meaning to the word the computer revolution we have got increasingly computers of a million people increase in cost as we said before i believe the reports we hear of this revolution are very misleading they often underestimate the speed which is going on and the importance of worst of all they end up the size material aspects how many people have that how much leader what wonderful new thing we will have many fail discuss the impact it will have a view of ourselves and our world over them i believe is the most important part of
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the computer revolution. that. live. blend is eventually going to end up in somebody's drinking water every one of these miners has forty eight hours a lead embedded in the glass it's ok until it's run over with those big machines and bulldozers and everything and crushed that lead us will leitch into the water eventually even if it's aligned lift hill there's going to be a way for the water to get out of the line of live
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. people think that the donating it to some cause and it's really a recycling event and then say well this still works and. i want to walk you know if you look look look look. at. i guess i don't use them. in the public has to realize they can just buy and then. you know just throw it away i mean i mean they're going to be responsible the public has to be responsible and until you get to that level. you know it was always going to be stuff going in the wrong place or doing the wrong thing. live
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. i did yes. because every place you do some screws loose everybody's trying to get escape i have an uncle in the states who buys and ships is a funny business he buys each ships and then try clay from there points and then i sell zet i send them money back to you six atlanta don't want. to you know sustain its mission really and think. about it. some of them many get see it it's no working. yeah at least if they need.
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to do something about the maybe checking the faulty brings each down you know what is coming this way keep. some of them in against you it's like you picking their rubbish to your house it's it's it's very bad i go round the shops to look out for what is coming in to this town to buy where. you just come through the is. basically second hand computers imports coming in from the us i examine them to look for the ownership labels that stickers on them and also i talk to who will buy them and then how they got here i think it is important you know it's not a soul is the origin of these computers and we need more about it more than a hundred getting it if we couldn't get our good mood i think and from which country the truest thing oh bending down that you know you may replace some of the book the most is actually done by the jews to change the new course most of the
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great eternity kind of a drill is a story we have a policy in place to a brand new policy that doesn't allow the discourse on what the dumping of joe can do is another contrast with here and see everything is dale. everything here still . i. think i'm one of those that going. to happen all the time and each time i go wrong you will stop my dumpsite i come across these foreigners leave this one ses state department state of connected god forbid of mental health this is the dumping of these is a rather obsolete do not have been functional you know sort of person is just the united states dumping on gun privilege and it was a gun and it was done the deal still to make them is to recycle eventually we just
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simply. want to see you as. the buzz is that. this is what you do well you know what do you think. of it no not not what you want to do i'll come to what you want to do with these than this why if i don't why it's my own country you know what do you think do. you know. my dismissal. and what do you think one piece of you. know i don't know what you say is i only go for it to bridge you know but i don't know what a usable. in the world of. man has been developing. now it might make even our more theory. a
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reason. to become a. much from our daily i think. we've got this computer by our next computer trenton which he goes by track man. that's his computer cheyanne skull. we just bought a new laptop for crystal. and then i've got a couple other ones around here that don't they're not working correctly the parts computers but maintaining all those computers it's very expensive only by the simple description a whole bunch of people that like to play games get together on in life pretty much one room in the will play the same game it's a neat hobby it's expensive hobby anything it's free it's a cool hobby into you it can be really good and i like it for these guys because it's a really good father son bonding hobby i just think it's need to have something in
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common that they grow up is a teenager in and out with his dad playing. cons like. gamers at least in the united states it's the biggest biggest why i'm already at first i was very skeptical about it i found out what kind of people gather together by a thousand computers that can play. power hungry show. rob peter to pay paul with
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cables coming down here to go back up in the halls. just to feed it is happening so fast and progressing so fast. that if you bought the ultimate computer today before you get home it's already obsolete the new generation doesn't know what it's like to. not have a computer to not have e-mails. sometimes three or four cell phones. yes. i remember we were really excited because we're got a new black and white t.v. . and then we got super excited when we had a color t.v. that was the bomb.
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so electronics has just. done amazing things for our society some good some bad just like everything else. on one. go get the stoner. like boy. finally. go get the stone to break this one on.
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this one over there and here's another one. let me. tell you. how.
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does the way it was so you plan to do this work until you become a pastor. you know i will be in. another child before i become a pastor something to say you know what kind of worst. enemy. i'll become president. what are you stupid to say that you know tell them when you're older and by god's grace you are able to complete the
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education whatever god has planned for use what you will do presently you don't know what you will be or do in the future to have a good life simple or am i wrong rather. tell them by god's grace you complete your education you will do what their god has planned for you. say do not be i mean you . should be on the ground. why is the price of gold so high. demand global demand do you think gold is money. the value of the only place we have to live of the water that we need to survive is not compared to bill i mean gold we're not going to eat gold we're not going to be told. we're not going to drink oh well clearly what i'm all is and is in a desperate economic situation absolutely right what we're wrong to do is say
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therefore 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 was 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. 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 kind of not in the united states.
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don't understand you correctly. you don't believe that ad words snowden performed a public service may be in the best interest of the united states but at least in the best interest of humanity and countries don't want to turn over their play book 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 the steps. to see wasn't like the easiest person to negotiate ways i mean many people who've met him or even those who knew him briefly all say that he wasn't completely sane
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what was he like when you were talking to him and negotiating with him about the lives of these people you know he was very he was very. how can i say maybe on the drugs or medicine. but she was listening maybe it wasn't the right place said the right moments. good leverage sure. was to build a new age most sophisticated which fortunately doesn't sound anything to mission to teach music creation and why it should care about humans and. this is why you
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should care only. a long awaited reunion. meets his family in berlin after president putin pardoned humanitarian grounds. plus the pentagon fails to account for an eight point five trillion dollar black hole in its budget as washington seems unable to rein in defense spending. egypt's ousted president mohamed morsi faces new charges this time over a twenty eleven jailbreak his supporters of all ages are being thrown behind bars. for the first time in my life the child is locked up in the military prison for having a ruling. party follows a story of an egyptian schoolboy who was sent to prison over his show of support for the country's opposed leader.


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