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up i a blue ah, it up in my middle now i own my heat up my laptop that has a stuff where your left knee, knuckle, but my love bob again thought, no, well, i'm gonna be at a bit a well, i mean, a heartbeat donations for bit young bonia. it's not in that and i ah, on own island in the philippines. boom top do not unborn gay. the philippines underwater klondike were divers here. find gold beneath the waves. just off the coast. ah,
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through this is selena. just like all the others. he came to pendleton to make his fortune with him while he's doing so. civil rena tells us how things work around here. ah, ah. nice shape, uncle. i no longer winkle virus. on a boy. i marrow. no apple magician. i did. and i know on asking alarm nekisha with the 1st people to find gold here with the spanish, as early as the 18th century. but within a 100 years, a learned flood, got in the way. in the 20th century,
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the americans came but was swept away by a ty, food, for decades. big corporations have kept selling the mine own could eventually we're driven out by low margins. and once they'd all gone, the gold drivers moved in. nothing it though i made up, i'll give you thought the hail ma jalen and the lame dog malibu. matthew, thought it on. well, i've known the problem with the work carried out here is that the gold, divers cripple coastal integrity, dating tunnels, and bring sand and gravel from the bottom to the shore and that cold his landslides and floods. oh no one saw 11 and i got my head up a got my she had
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a i'm gonna live hour from pretty soda up monkey. not die hale well up along handle trailer. lemme get up and up on me here. i cannot accomplish. oh rollin must be shit up. we long though i don't say like that . so for 19th century placer mining looked much as it does now. the air was pumped by people rather than generators. and they didn't have diving suits. other than that, it's almost the same. with me not one lesson. i mean don't, i'm not on is on, but i on yonge. bob brofy now medical ha, i'm going thought none and the own stuff on under bill but got up with john milling
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on my gun. magdalena, born and i'm with oh yeah, and i b b data mana by any thought civil rina's wife or as anita picks through the sand on the shore to find gold. her methods may be less productive, but it's not as dependent on the weather. and i am a lackey i fell with i am with oh my god and i'm on a honda like no, no mirror by phone. i mean them by monday because
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i don't i'm in on my bon bola, daniel, i'm out. oh no, you're not my lab on that. got my head up on. she said, i indic. i mean, well, i mean, i've been having a high up off a sailor when i'm in the low on the, i know, i feel like that got something, but in the bottom of it me, well, can i me ah, need. those are in fire and middle now i own my head off my lap and i hate them that i had none. i didn't thought middle mid yet. not is yahoo! my on not here. i'm gonna, i will and i'm not young. and on. my gosh young oh oh and they on them the helena, the younger one now hail up not young. like i said,
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rina's talking about the bands for decompression sickness or contains nitrogen that the human body can't absorb. we'll have nitrogen in our bodies. but in a harmless, dissolved state. ready if pressure falls too rapidly went coming up too quickly from a di, for example, the gas forms bubbles in the blood, which some say start to boil. a badly calculated ascent can lead to severe paralysis. but sometimes you with . ready may may or may, may ah
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the sort of district and the captain is one of the buyers of the divers gold. the problem is this kind of mining by individuals is forbidden. but there are workarounds, commercial place or operations are permitted. so prospect has formed cartels to look like a big company in the eyes of the law. the captain thinks it's better to buy the gold rather than constantly send the police to drive the diggers away. ah oh, it all got hit ah, well, you know, holy and a d d bubbling up a molecule month lsu. unless you am lucky tongue, a bumper on knuckle, meet that at my home. do you want any line the marketing up? i mean, you auto auto. this classic gold extraction method uses mercury. it's called pan amalgamation. after taking out the stones by panning they add
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mercury to the sand and mix them together. when combined, mercury and gold attract liquid mercury is not as dangerous as its vapor form, but it is advisable to use protection. of course, the mercury golden mixture is called amalgam. now you need to pressurized the mercury and boil the rest away. ah, remember the liquid terminator in judgement day. in reality, it would have had to be under constant pressure to express other particles, to avoid becoming an amalgam. now this part of the process is quite hazardous. so a gas mask is essential. mm. with alice and yolanda i don't know yet
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and i got it back to now on the apple pie but not all the other for me to good with. he thought i think i got the thought you go no matter what grade my la young bonia. oh, my michael, i feel a little bit that was on the la young didn't come along the of the issue with you on a 1000000000 was have any lena one for you been done with the gun when it's so much good. i'm will my model release. when they don't keep them, will he get that in? no, no, no, no one saw him in the now marian up on us, iowa can be so much. i'm a little younger. i'm up a little. i call it will unknown in the stomach. oceleto knock. i'm in a bath, i'm not among the law.
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so how much does the captain pay for rosalia has find them? oh, oh it isn't. i thought oh, let me look at the lad. i don't seem to think we'd they're really good of them. look at if we aren't up a bit if that be hush and i am not going laughing miliano. i had a 1000000 and began a 1000000000. we got all of the guy that again i said, reno and his wife have become rich. i'm. i'm done my so if i made long a thin paper and he left it up, i'm bugging it, so now they can spend the money. so what can you get for $7.00?
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oh great. you know we're not happy with myself. i would one like 11400 quite in my early gate. go hunt and i just i'm a new laptop i i beg percent with my son, mama, la ray, 196. i am with the prospect as are imprisoned by the gold then just enough to keep themselves
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alive. the luckiest might even manage to save just enough for their children's education. so that one day may be that kids can escape. oh look forward to talking to you all that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given by human beings except where such order that conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about our personal intelligence at the point, obviously is too great truck rather than fear. a very job with artificial intelligence,
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real summoning with a robot must protect its own existence with oh right now there are 2000000000 people who are overweight or obese. it's profitable to sell food that he's fatty and sugary and salty and addictive not at the individual level. it's not individual willpower. and if we go on believing that will never change this obesity epidemic, that industry has been influencing very deeply. the medical and scientific establishment. mm. so what's driving the obesity epidemic? it's corporate with
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back breaking, toil a forced labor stress . industrial injury corporal punishment. mm hm. oh no.
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words with which we're all familiar with. are you certain that the world you live in abolished slavery long ago? ah, meet musselman, he's 23 and lives in bangladesh in a place called nor holly. i will know my love is hello and what the lab work, if i to down on what our community isn't on the i'm a similar to the national play markers it has provided for me to my low i think doesn't on me, but the cost with not long ago, the 100 parties, university entrance exams, but was never able to start his studies. ah,
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mohammed's father, no lament used to work at the break out, but he was injured under the most is other reason why i was eligible for the shop about or is that guy oliver this is are talking about how fucking boy is that the one of the i'm because i i, yes it is about the last i am our fossil and got a loan is off i higgins. only $33.00. you know. pretty are pretty awesome. and then it will left obama. i biggest mohammed had to take his father's place at the brickyard with his family, needed the money. bangladesh has seen a boom in construction over the last decade with a population of around
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a 160000000. people need somewhere to live in comes a low. so there are plenty of factories that make cheap and bricks. no one knows exactly how many, but it could amount to between $8.10 around 20 percent of them are illegal. but even the factories that work within the law of a working conditions that are far from either comfortable or safe, they don't just employ men, but women and children too. it was mostly men working at the brickyard that allowed us to film. but a few children also managed to get on camera times with the whole families and even villages come to work here. bricks can't be fired
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during the rainy season. wet weather flood to the kilns. they say that this brick yard off as good working conditions. the labor has maintained that it provides fine living conditions and 3 meals a day. none of them actually said that the owner instructed all the work is to give no interviews on pain of dismissal. the production process is straight forward. the clay is collected from a quarry and brought closer to the brickyard. then it's mixed with water to the right consistency. the wet clay is then poured into wood molds. the production process is mostly carried out by hand. some mechanical tools are used in certain stages, but only when it to boost production volumes. if you were able to compare ran mid
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19th century brickyard to this one, they'd be almost identical. mohammad started off on the wrong foot at the factory. his crew had to work overtime, but the manager wouldn't pay for the extra hours from so mohammed complained to the owner, victor hotel, do you get a quote for the dell? for the i'm we got our little dog hello through our little 5. who am i going a minute to columbia? i'm a bul by our booth hobbin up. i won't get my food in control. now look at home on colony only. i'm okay lucky. the lucky bar, which in time of the all new, much locked in, being able to get out of the log in elgin would know. delighted to see them, i will, i will. i'm looking bartleby to the dallas festival till i will need with the kill . mohammad is talking about is when the workers put the bricks once they are dry
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and fire them for exactly 24 hours. if it hadn't been for his fellow workers standing up for him. but now being nothing left of muhammad, but ashes and brake, dust it up all on will you get the loan is all very well for the other than that of the service for packing myself with because i've got a little girl, i'm will honestly a club only one of her, if you redo it on melissa that he'll go up here. good one about it would have done us a lot of money. does it a dominant i surely will. um would i am on tuesday, august 20 monday with him would be from okay. the large load, i'm okay, i wanted to notice i've got the money. he goes to some other taken nancy, and is it double voici? think with all the monitor local list,
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mildly about the so called global vision and bonded people no longer because they shall take more beach to dal hi. i'm going to college and it was new dot fidel. i isn't the money with on with a good nazeer. mendez, i will, but i will, toby brickyard, owners often complain that a quarter of the bricks crack after being fired. they used the losses to justify under paying but half and quarter break. sell even better than the whole ones. when it comes to cheap housing, anything goes, ah, mohammed saw a doctor about his injuries and paid for the treatment with his advance. then he went back to work at the break out for the rest of the season. ah, i moved along with a middle initial on that one that i moved
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and i thought i should get robert should get a music me about i like i've got a that the level of chicago, and i'm little clara hulu from one ah disguise. also cold mohammed and he's another seasonal brickyard worker. is 23 years old and comes from sonata biggie village. who's ever i'm not the one big so been at us because all of it was an invoice that i quoted big book, but it wasn't that good stuff. i am not. okay. hon. well, that was in mohammed is not exaggerating when he says they risk their lives. i see that break dust from anywhere because it's the cause of severe lung and respiratory diseases. ah lamb,
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the said it that alec the monitor actually that will on go like i said it, will it good parent when i'm molly get done. yeah. muscle ah, the workers receive around $800.00 for 6 months of work which is usually paid up front. they're promised separate overtime payments, but generally that never happens with between the owner and the workers, there's a go between the same person who stands god over the labourers gives them their money. and he's also the foreman, often meeting out punishment meetings on the owner's behalf. ah, they cannot well hear about our movie. they hello, hello, hello. hello, hello. hello. hey,
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so adequacy. i think it just so happens that mohammed's father used to be a foreman. ah, lower the level dog, a dog for monday, the love of the door. they were a little what it a lot was of the way of awfully high pending every conflict. it's always the foreman who gets the blame. oh, workers are often locked into their hearts, so they can't leave as soon as they receive their advance. which does happen sometimes. mohammed still re is not about overcoming or winning. he was kept under lock and key like a hosted jewel prisoner. some workers even managed to call the police about the guys asked of alicia all religion through saturday. i'm back with you. i'm actually writing
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a see what am i to the chandler thought that there was a guy that them booster or lose money. he can knowledgeable mother to garlic 2 of us at lunch. i would say what i thought it would be picking up one of the lights it up when we got in. now i'm gonna do one of our what i've never done. we got a nice one. i said what it, what does the use a go always at a home. this is what he's pull it out. what it a my new by the now i know that i should lose. i'm getting them on. i might actually use some good on my luck. you know, i got on my list, the limiting, you're lucky, i'm with us and then i got one. ah,
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mohammed is going to a funeral village a has died just like everyone else around here. he also worked at the brickyard whole of his earnings were spent. so that his family could live in this village. ah, the house he left behind isn't even built of brick fragments. ah, i die both of us when we get a hot viashi's dot. what is it there? by doing that on board as i can be done, but as i know that i'm but as a i'm boss than others, but i've been good been going on. what about out on a c legation? i guess i'm done with william dies sunday. i think about it, there's no happy ending to these stories. no one stands up for the workers and their rights, and the brickyard own our faces,
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no sanctions. it's all too common. but it is their reality. ah ah many of the school the delta would be the sort of p i'd you know, well, you know, going to get a shoulder, any more transmissible than delta. and what happened? you got something which is popped up with more than 30 changes in that spite protein that we're all interested in. it's accumulated, all the mutations we've seen in different very, it's all in one bar. and that raises some very interesting issues about, you know, where did it come from in the 1st place? is it possible to get even more me what's going to happen in terms of disease severity and maxine protection? so it is suggesting that know the virus is still got some way to go through optimal
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surprises. i have often said transparency for the powerful privacy for the bell. this bitter case about privacy. what people care about is power. julian hassan just become a symbol of the battle. the privacy information is power. that's what's going on in the world. a huge struggle with governments and corporations to want to keep information secret and others who think democratic rights should be pushed forward . and people have a right to know what to remind you to watch how assange helped shift the conversation around transparency and see what that battle has done to him. i feel like jewels life might be coming to an end. we are in a conflict situation with the largest and most powerful employer in such
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