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when emmy grants would come to. paid off and. the book tells the story of harlan county that's where i'm going. to the depot mary. i want to see what's left of. three years
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since his first visit now that the u.s. is shifting to nature and gas and coal mines for shutting down one after another i do not expect to find a lively city. driving to hard to find a ghost of a city where people are stuck like cars in black and white. their stories and there. have not changed much from those recorded by pushing. research and. i really don't know.
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bless at least to italy. and canada to the. interrogation techniques were slow blue all old well. you know. now i want guys from the syrian troops. but i am proud they from there it's. like i like appalachian man but playbook out of appalachia now even with the t.v. . it's. thirty years have passed i'm still the. low wage got my dog food. bowl frying our farmer baldwin lol but. i shall hold while. i got married when i was sixteen years out and my husband was seventeen years out
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and that lead me in myriad about six months when he went into the mountains and then six months after that down and i went to contacts and he. had two week old son. lady who lived down the street here old me on. a jail. bird a bunch that he would hit reply. oh. where no christmas a company wants to poll real it's georgia said oh so they have coal ready for the christmas they went in there and we. shot the whole world but diamond stud and bad dad that whole a quart. of mist. you know it much.
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to throw it out of both the bucket one through so it. feels a. bit to say they're right with. their. new narrative. was. i find remnants of demining history older memories of the casualties and the hardly are in live in the stories told by the young and the like they're not had for the glory of collective struggle and hard work paid off. speaking to the local barson saloons he conceded their life was and still is mine mine is hard their narrative their collective legend and whether played
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a part where said with pride. their survival were it disappearing before day eyes. of those probably. in theirs by branding of the a work first rate is going to feel but the first day of my comments the miners will . get work and i guess we got there well that's my grandpa grandma will see examples was good but. let me bring in all. the married one. woman. you never laid even leave home may add it to you as you always had because you know we've made the life that you'll say.
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through. the water in the city would have to drown through water it would get it over your knees and. the horses would have to pull through it. and then they would lay to balfour's for tracks sometimes when they'd run out of traffic here named were you know anywhere it's there's nothing for him to day and there have been all the young pay for the turning to. alcohol. and. if it were some one would have to stay and say our government would get interested in this
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place this part of kentucky i think we could. these young people could make it but if they don't they're dying every day. and then they say.
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eight point seven debbie m.t.v. downtown weisberg this is johnson brains in arcade until ten o'clock tonight and i'm talking to some of the best music of two thousand and thirteen rendon playing songs but all. in one thousand nine hundred i was the first woman to work in this one particular mine and my job was what they called the bell boy and then they started calling me the bell person because i was a female so when i would go into ground everybody would be kind of gathered to see this woman coming out of the mines you know and then i remember my face would be
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all black with the oldest and i was a little bit vain so i would have a handkerchief and i would wipe my face off before i would come outside so it would be. so that it but the guys would 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 bolding. troop. oh i. knew all this 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 nice cars like the camero i remember thinking when i was younger. that
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is sin anything ever happened to the coal mines here and that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's happened it's happened. he. did where. and it's true. a. good. thing. would hold his hands do something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or
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rejected. so when you want to be president. or somehow want to. have to be right to be close that's what before three of them or can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters at my age. there should. be global economy's been dead since two thousand and eight and through the transfusion of a lot of money has been animated and kept alive it looks like something was going on there but now those transfusions of cash are ending because interest rates are going to start ticking up so now that rotten stinking corpse of the global economy is going to start smelling really back people are going to start bailing out of stocks technology stocks housing stocks. semiconductor stocks yeah right they're just like sell sell sell sell sell sell sell and then of course you could have market down twenty thirty forty fifty sixty percent.
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while d.v.c. vows signed this us. four unions. the rational. design of neatly fifi. by people in the. room. full of fortune in the beginning to your. fortune for the automobile out of both. more than a financial. i
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was a telescope is looking for the past from. the class struggle still going on maybe no one. terms of the unions but for instance right now in terms of the empire. that you came out of really. nobody's ever found on.
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you're wasting your tan they were. very evil people were you know they did thanks to the fame these. days thanks to the young and the. opposite is a game you noticed in season in me that you never seem to think it. might be. all kentucky county it's hardly and produce the most code 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 minds have even been converted into museums. laid off and left with nothing since the ninety's many leave off was for they don't see any
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other options in the fuel handouts in time unemployed man are they usually customers. will orange county was founded on coal and there's really no more again it was a deal of three. babies born in kerry's why the if the base was war and any of the building code in coal there's nothing else here we don't want to go live to the cities we don't have factories we don't in the reason one of those guys because those are closed in the mountains and we don't have the road boys in which the largest cement trails to go in and they are all that way and there. are no favors if the local mcdaniels already know them here peace joy may be to one that's not something that deals over or was ruben voiced. if you want street funny. if you did more to give people goes both ways you must be
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. very strong and more sure buys every way home. he's. given. a speech. has some. good. features. graham is working to save these. figures. and i don't know if you're going to be coming out of. it if i don't because i mean here and you know there. are going to go. there will be nobody here really rich or they will be all that so. when i win in the coal mines i was eighteen years old it was around again and. i worked in a coma for five years and every two years surface from. my
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tooth and thirteen cents an hour rusty it was insane is that how much around in the . kids are very good. there's not as much money in the. one my doing here i just got out of jail. possession of stolen property. i'm not a good. jail jail. as of. now good. teacher three times a day. before. place to.
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me all those things you. leave here with me. no. good. way. you know of. this when i was teenager smith and jones he screamed this is through the roof his places are in the store he carried a pistol in us best twelve year old enough carried one ever see a steel care therefore. i learned that way now. just tell him that we meet. so. carried away.
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from the gun guy here the pawnshop here for the past five years we take everything from you know d.v.d.'s to. boat motors or whatever you want imagine we have some motorcycles smoking the mining equipment like i said 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 of the mining mines are shutting down makes it difficult to sell that stuff because these were so these were being sold to personal miners for their own use and they're not in mining anymore course they're not buying it. like mine. that where all of the modern fairy accounting. has ever.
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in the states is tough today it's hard to see any traces of the turbulent past their once made hard in the tories. the county is still mostly dry and once one forty years people used to make moonshine now drugs are on the rice a trust painkillers prescribed by doctors to treat danger and six miners now ask a problem the emptiness. there's a lot of people here this is a big tree and are. very upset. very much any of that then makes me feel better and they think it makes them feel better i mean we have a lot of problems with items that are coming in that are stolen. and maybe not just from drug users but that is 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
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of the mining everything it's caused. a rise in pills. it's the pills are the new alcohol. you're talking about the forty. forty's and fifty's. so in the fifty's well we made blue shirts only a year in december wheat because there is so we'll be able to hope for as we carry it into resume yourself or dollar again. the black berries will go to order again but we get a lift you know. money from there to close it some truth for the other. mostly what would love for in the food is corn. lowered. so we're going to be there will be will also be. flat.
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in the beginning. to today of. course the end of. the day. before the race. to ones in jail. i want to. you know are they. the job. and should all the poor ones of. people. in poverty. i want the same road tiley walked three days ago and words from the opening paragraph to his book come to my mind. it was nineteen eighty eight my fifth
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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 land that any most road accidents and of course the corn mines beyond its. returning to new york leaving behind harlan in amanda this rain. i tried to put together the pieces sober remotes were to i only got a glimpse off. i almost wonder where all that energy came from. the energy that lights up the luxury so. there was will leave
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the his hole for his work when he heard it is little girls green. paulo daddy dear daddy plays dolls away we never could live with. they don't go to the mob today madre would have. come true. oh oh daddy dear daddy plays doll away. with. the. lid down south down the way they. claim to know
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all. he was gone for. now no. he. didn't steal them we used to think only.
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that i. i. thank you but i'm not because. i think i. want my. mother that sometimes. in twenty forty you know bloody revolution to crack the demonstrations going from being relatively peaceful political protests to be increasingly violent revolution is always spontaneous or is it just a lawyer i mean you are liz put me in the neighborly is that i live spilling you know to the former ukrainian president recalls the events of twenty fourteen. those
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who took part in this today over five billion dollars to assist ukraine in these and other goals that will ensure a secure and prosperous and democratic place . i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter us is over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crimes happen each day. eighty five percent of the global wealth you long for the culture rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred trade per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china's building two point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only number you need to remember is one. one distance for
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two minutes one can only. be global economy's been dead since two thousand and eight and through the transfusion of lot of money has been animated and kept alive it looks like something was going on there but now those transfusions of cash are ending because interest rates are going to start ticking up so now the rotten stinking corpse of the global economy is going to start smelling really bad people are going to start bailing out of stocks technology stocks housing stocks. semiconductor stocks yeah right they're just like sell sell sell sell sell sell sell and then of course you could have market down twenty thirty forty fifty sixty percent. even. as i live the good feel confident.
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we have many things in this world and this isn't enough for everyone and why some people's wants to take our thing all the power just for themselves and to see whether human.
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