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so that it but the guys will always be looking for me to come out because it was just so amazing i guess to them to see a woman working in the mines. it's all true. for manalo no. i remember when i was in high school is i love the earth science i love the mountains all of anything he was brock's and my earth science teacher back then said there's going to be eight hundred years of coal and when he said that that's when things were good you know where everybody was working like the guys that worked in the mines they always had the nice cars like the camero i remember
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thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here and that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in the million years i would see that and it's happened it's happened. we now know. it is what. now and it's time to check. a load of. thing.
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one british man using the breasts of rape and said. so this way. oh goody. this is senseless. just to go. round up with the flow to the best out of the children of. the concepts those paying to perform i actually prepare myself to. heed what. i'm sorry. as most of. the snow and homo stuff tariana her because. this continent was.
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so. what. was it you could with us the. deep machine. the. toilet b.s. get. up. close or do you mean you don't. see the teacher who i think did a quick put it. to me not through only ten space you. made. love to no kelly said. claiming to know terminated especially that. alex you speak french.
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those old clothes while the same the incentive. is busy the month old still active. i would do for lucrative looking for the stroke. of the cliff struggle still going over the maybe go with the terms of the unions but for instance right now in terms of your buyer your tout that you came vatican only.
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nobody's ever found to go get me one. day you're wasting your tan they've ruined very evil people you know they do things to fame days and they do things to the young and the. opposite sex if you notice it is easy to miss being and never see a big. thing. all kentucky county it's hard learned produce the most cold at a time in which most of what powered the united states came from kentucky. today the thirty three active minds in harlan employ less than two thousand. some of deals mines have even been converted into museums were laid off and
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left with nothing since the ninety's many leave off was for they don't see any other options in the fuel handouts in town unemployed man are the usual customers. will orange county was founded on coal and there's a reason more again it was billed as the reason. maybe. our encounters was. basically as well hard to get me as a building code and they got cold there's nothing else here we don't have the luxury of the cities we don't have factories we don't in the reason why they chose the mountains who don't have the road boys and it's largest city metros and they are they and. i go flip hamburgers at the local madonnas or i go down here peace joy pizza. that's not the same ideals.
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you can find easily if you did more to get people goes both ways you're so be. very strong and give more for their bodies every way home. will. continue to. give you. the majesty. has some. good. features. uncles that were good examples of this work and to save these the fact that it was. made a lot of kids are going to be coming out of the i'm going to look if i don't get some in here and you know they're. going to go find. a new record. so. when i when the coal mines i was eighteen years old it was around and i ask how it works
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in the coal mines for five years underground until years surface. later here. take. my tooth and thirteen cents an hour for us to you and says that how much down in the. kids are very good. there's not as much money in the. one my doing here i just got out of jail one. possession of stolen property. i'm not here. jails jail. as of. now good but. i feed you three times a day. he replies straight from t.v.
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. i laced up. i don't need all those things you. need you leave here with me it's no. good so. when. you know i'm down. this house where i was a teenager smiths and joneses creek this is two of the roughest places oh and the story carried a pistol on us twelve year old enough carried will never see a sniff steal their bull i learned later. just tell him that we meet.
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so. carried away. from the gun guy here the pawn shop here for the past five years we take everything from you know d.v.d.'s to. boat motors or whatever you. imagine we have some motorcycles most of the mining equipment like i say we would take a lot of that stuff you would sell a four hundred dollar mining helmet maybe once a week the lights daily but the fact that the mining mines are shut down makes it difficult to sell that stuff because these were these were being sold to personal miners for their own use they're not in mining anymore course they're not buying that. line. where all of them are very accounting. ever.
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in the states is tough today it's hard to see any traces help deter past their once made hard in the tories. the county is still mostly dry and once one for a year people used to make moonshine knowledge drugs are the rights. of pain killers prescribed by doctors to treat danger and six miners now i'll ask a problem. there's a lot of people here this is a big tradition or a. nurse said. pretty much anything that makes me feel better and are they going to make them feel better. we have a lot of problems with items that are coming in that are stolen. maybe not just from drug users but that is
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a problem and i say again it's desperation to try to get some money to maintain a habit you know and i think since all this you know all the mining and depression of the mining everything it's caused. a rise in pills. it's the pills or the new alcohol. you're talking about the forty. forty's and fifty's. so in the field. well we made blue shirts only during the silver week because. this will be able to help her as we carry a resume yourself forward our. blackberries will go to order again we get a list you know. money from the. close of some truth for the other. mostly what would love for in the food is called the lord. so we will go be there will be will also. am. glad.
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i am in the beginning and i would only have to take a few out of the last found it towards the end of my early days in our state. if found guilty and yeah and maybe before they switched. to the ones in jail the. can went from a fifteen hour and a hand to sales an hour away with the jobs around coma and. it showed them down all the promo as if. there was a live to come was. shared a van with people. in power. it's no more. i want the same road cyclists hundred tiley walk to three decades ago and words from the opening paragraph to his book come to my mind. it was nineteen eighty
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eight my fifth visit to harlan county i was in the winding road from harlan to have birds driving a borrowed pickup truck when i began to notice the road kill it was a dangerous road with more than its share of adventurous drivers and it was getting dark. i began to think of the many ways in which that was a presence in this life. that anymore the road accidents and of course the core mind beyond. returning to new york leaving behind harder than in the endless rain. i tried to put together the pieces of a remote who are to i only get a glimpse off. my own waist wonder where own that energy came from.
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the energy that lights up the luxury. there was a levy his whole bar is worth what hurt is the little girl's great. dad he plays golf ball way. they don't go to them. they madre would. come true. oh oh daddy dear daddy plays away where you have a good. lid
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down south down there where they. claim to know all. he was. leaving. town. he. didn't steal or still leave. the.
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eighteen years ago i traveled across the united states exploring america's deadly love affair with the gun bad guy trying to get to one of my family members he would have better a lot better and i think they are inheriting whenever my my babies says my book was published in the year two thousand more than the whole for a million americans have been killed by phones in the us how to thought to me as i did this is a middle school we go through drills and we put ourselves some real scenarios it was interesting to see who actually got hit by the gun i just saw i did to return to the subject to track down each gun owner who i'd met and photographed those years ago i don't know this but we are not.
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we have seen that market failure many times we saw in two thousand and eight we saw it in one thousand and ninety seven we saw it in one nine hundred eighty seven and we're going to see it again probably in the very near future because the underlying design of this capital system has not been modified to account for changes in technology over the past fifty sixty seventy year and we keep having these catastrophic failures. across europe municipalities are taking their water supply back from private companies move to me to people this will simple song alone even some company against elsewhere so they can find private companies to take over the utilities of any part of. alexa was she goes to go on the program. because. this
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is. because. of the more you know and of the left the locals are ready to stand up for the basic human right of access to water it's about water but it's also a much more it's about the hurt and the redistribution of. purpose and their date downwards.
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the u.s. house intelligence committee votes to release a classified memo alleging the f.b.i. and department of justice abuse that power and the surveillance of donald trump's presidential campaign. the trump administration says it won't impose new sanctions on russia for now that's just by congress passing legislation last year requiring the white house to do so. the international karlovic committee up holds its ban on the russian team despite admitting the country's anti doping system is no longer corrupt and says only half of russia's athletes who can prove clean often can't compete as neutrals. and islamic state says it's behind an attack on a military academy in kabul which left eleven service men dead and injured sixteen the latest in
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a string of terrorist atrocities in afghanistan that have killed more than one hundred. and has come to light fitness bracelets not only reveal the secrets of your health but also secret locations around the world where soldiers have been training. those as r.t. international coming to you live from moscow i'm kate partridge thank you for joining us and we start with news from the u.s. where the house intelligence committee has voted to release a controversial classified memo this is legit as the f.b.i. and department of justice abuse their surveillance powers to spy on donald trump's campaign associates during the twenty sixteen presidential elections artie's samir khan has more. in a partisan vote republicans of the house intel committee voted to release the memo that we've been hearing so much about republicans have called it
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a scandal worse than watergate and it reportedly detail surveillance abuses by the department of justice during the trump campaign we don't know for sure what's in the document but according to reports that u.s. intelligence officials use the trump russia dossier or that's filled with unproven claims to improperly obtain a warrant to look into the trunk campaign now while republicans think that it's crucial to release the memo democrats believe that it's politically motivated to undermine the trump russia investigation and representative adam schiff a democrat wasn't too happy he told reporters that the partisan vote quote crossed a deeply regrettable line but the memo raise some interest beyond congress for a while now the hash tag released a memo has been popular on social media but it's now up to trump to decide whether or not to release the memo and he only has five days to do it so we'll just have to see if follows his party are and if the memo is indeed released it'll be
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interesting to see if it does contain any explosive findings. now on monday the trumpet ministration said it won't be implementing new sanctions against russia that the same time a state department spokesperson added the threat of additional sanctions is currently sufficient additional sanctions were approved by congress last july due to alleged russian interference during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign well known this that's possibly life not today radio talk show host and political commentator dave thank you very much indeed for joining us well well it's a very simple obvious first question why has the trumpet ministration decided not to implement these new sanctions. well i don't think it's a case of not implementing them they're there in the law and they serve as a deterrent as they are it's not necessary to to actually implement want to make it happen and put a crimp into mr putin's plans that i think everyone understands of lattimer putin
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would enjoy a would be fond of reconstructed soviet union type russian empire so that he can be the world power that he sees historically that russia should be and i think it's incumbent upon us to resist that in a civilized and quiet manner and i think at this point the idea of potential sanctions in existing legislation that can be triggered very easy is all donald trump has to do all the same trump has to satisfy congress because everything is always about domestic politics here in america he's got to satisfy congress that he's ready to do that and willing to act against russia so that they won't continue to believe and continue to construct a media narrative that somehow he colluded with putin to steal the election in two thousand and sixteen so it's a multiple levels sort of game that's being played here well as you alluded to that yourself i mean there are already allegations that russia's influence on trump is
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the reason that he didn't want to impose more sanctions i mean do you think it has about any of these allegations. no he doesn't donald trump is a guy who has a plan goes what he wants to do and goes forward with it and brushes off criticism of the kind that the media makes a big fuss over he just doesn't care and in the end he seems to win the idea that trump would withhold anything that benefits america goes against the other narrative as world wide left wing narrative that he's john breaux america and america first in america only and flag waving building up the military all that in fact trump is the guy in my opinion whose existence and character and conduct as president proves as everyone would prove that he's the last guy vladimir putin wanted to be president of the united states he's not compliant he isn't the guy that was operating on previous plans of cooperation with russia the way hillary clinton did for example in your remaining one and donald trump is a guy who is his own man and sees america as you something to be preserved and
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enhance i don't think lattimer putin wanted him to be president at all i think that's a crazy idea well as well as look at some of the nitty gritty of some of the tells me why did washington choose to think to talk about foreign companies that cooperate with the russian defense intelligence sector. well it's careful webb they're trying to weave of deterring support for the building of infrastructure and defense structure for these territories such as crimea perhaps you can argue georgia certainly the ukraine that are being considered by putin if not already taken over by him considered to return into the russian fold and i think to oppose those things on this level on this sort of first step very quiet peaceful level is a very good idea everyone should know where they stand from the beginning and i think america is wise to put a little bit of like i say civilized opposition in the way of the restructuring of the russian empire that putin is working on and find
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a very very briefly if you don't mind i mean america's allies in europe they've been voicing some concerns about the u.s. sanctioning russia i mean do you think they'll be a rift between the u.s. and europe because of this. possibly western europe but certainly not the ones in the east who have been relying on america all this time to get relief from the big bear and for the last eight years of the obama administration that many eastern europeans have been terrified that nothing american would ever stand in the way of russia again and they've got to see this set of potential sanctions as something they can relax and get a night's sleep over so i'm i'm kind of pleased that the traditions of the obama administration have been tossed in the waste basket and we're moving toward with traditional american stances in eastern europe where leave it there dave perkins radio talk show host and political commentator thank you very much thank you thank you kate. now the international paralympic committee has up held its ban
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on the russian team for the upcoming winter games some clean athletes but not all will be allowed to compete in south korea in march under a neutral flag i.p.c. president andrew cason said moscow hasn't met all the criteria for lifting the suspension but he confirmed russia's anti doping system has made great progress russian foreign fighters are regular route tested are amongst the most scrutinized bar afterwards in the world. under the supervision of wider we now have greater confidence that the anti doping system in russia is no longer a compromise and corrupt will the competitors from russia who will be allowed to take part of the games will do so under the nationality of neutral paralympic athlete it means not only national symbols such as the anthem and flag will be banned but also attribution to a country the international paralympic committee says the decision is meant to send a message to russia. we hope that our decision here announced today it will
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influence russia for the racial to have a different approach on that because they haven't met the criteria and the grittiest stays for a statement of. by whether also have in their criteria a fully acknowledgement of what happened that there was a systematic doping scheme in place in russia where since those accusations of systematic doping first emerged russia's over hold it on today opinions to change sions this was due to the findings of the mccarron report which had been prompted by allegations made by former moscow lab head turned whistleblower are going to get a notch in court however despite the progress not all the clean up leaks will be able to go to the games of those sixty seven tested and cleared of doping only thirty to thirty five will be allowed to participate and they must meet a list of criteria that confirms none of them was ever implicated in the doping scheme knowingly or unknowingly radio sports host alan moore believes all clean
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athletes should be allowed to compete everything that is said today i mean it. is a little bit of given it at their low so massive it's between thirty thirty five to compete a lot of a still doesn't make sense because ultimately as we all know this diseases are based on an informant's kind of wish to get away from russia so i mean did this is based on roger and dog i think we have to be very careful in how we deal with this for pressure does athletes the power of athletes they are already presumed guilty before they have a chance to prove their innocence athletes who've been testing clean in the last you know twelve or seventeen months as mr parsons brought up they should be allowed to compete we go back to thirty or thirty five athletes will go right now we believe but i do believe there's more twists introject to calling this tale. well earlier on monday the world anti-doping agency opened an investigation into a potential.


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