• True Scary Law Enforcement Stories | 4 Scary Stories from subscribers
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    True Scary Law Enforcement Stories | 4 Scary Stories from subscribers

    I was working as a Garrison Military Police Officer, it was Thursday at about 0345 and I was watching a stop sign as people tend to run the sign during the night thinking it was late enough to avoid getting pulled over. As predicted, someone blew right through the stop sign. I pulled the car over and for some reason, this stop gave me the chills. I walked slowly up to the car, my red and blue lights somewhat making it hard to see. As I walked up to the car I touched the back tail light (this is in case they flee, we would have prints to ID the…

  • Lung Transplant Recipient Advocates for Organ Donation
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    Lung Transplant Recipient Advocates for Organ Donation

    >>Cystic Fibrosis was something I grew up, so I didn’t really think a lot about it. There were treatments that I had to do, chest percussion, nebulizer treatments, that took a lot of time. But I was very diligent with all the treatments. Very few people knew that I had Cystic Fibrosis because my parents just wanted everything to be as normal as possible for me. And didn’t want me to be this sick kid and treated differently because of that. I worked in behavioral health with children and adolescents who were going through some kind of behavior problem. It was a good area of nursing for me because kids…

  • Pocket Bios’ S2 E1: Jeffery Amherst
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    Pocket Bios’ S2 E1: Jeffery Amherst

    Please become a Patreon supporter to keep Pocket Bios’ commercial free. Jeffery Amherst was born in Sevenoaks, England, on 29 January 1717. At an early age, he became a page to the Duke of Dorset. Amherst went on to became an Ensign in the Grenadier Guards in 1735. Amherst served in the War of the Austrian Succession becoming an aide to General John Ligonier and participating in the Battle of Dettingen in June 1743 and the Battle of Fontenoy in May 1745. Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on 25 December 1745, he also saw action at the Battle of Rocoux in October 1746. He then became an aide to the Duke…

  • Roe v. Wade: The Power of a Law Review
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    Roe v. Wade: The Power of a Law Review

    There were plenty of articles leading up to Roe versus Wade proposing ways to make abortion a constitutional right. There was a law professor named Roy Lucas at the University of Alabama Law School. He published an article in the, uh, North Carolina Law Review that advocated and sought judicial intervention with respect to the abortion statutes. There were a group of legal scholars and a group of lawyers who were absolutely persuaded that the process of reaching a sufficient consensus that you could enact legislation was too slow. It was too important. We needed to move forward, and the best way to do that is through the courts. Roy…

  • How to become a kpop idol  Star / Audition / Trainee
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    How to become a kpop idol Star / Audition / Trainee

    What’s up guys! this is J, your trusty guide of Ask K. Someone asked a question today about how to become a Kpop idol. There definitely seems to be a lot of people these days who want to become k-pop idols right? So today, we’re gonna look at three ways you can become an idol. Okay, now listen closely. First, the traditional way. Since there isn’t some kind of a test that you can take to become an idol, the most traditional path people take is to be cast by an entertainment agency as a trainee, and train until your debut. The way you do this is you basically prepare…

  • Marek Edelman –  The trial of the Jewish policeman (73/145)
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    Marek Edelman – The trial of the Jewish policeman (73/145)

    He was associated with some sort of movement on the Aryan side and our contact with him had been good all along. Those policemen were holding onto the machine and onto Abrasza and Berek while I was smaller so I was moving around, when I saw that this guy was there and he was in charge. I went to him and said, ‘These are your subordinates, tell them to let us go immediately – you know what we’ve got here’. He says, ‘I don’t know anything. Everyone’s going to die, you’re going to die, too. I’m not going to intervene for anyone because everyone’s equal in the face of death.’…

  • How Do You Move? Abiir’s story
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    How Do You Move? Abiir’s story

    My name is Abiir and I live in Easton, Bristol. I used to cycle a lot as a child and I cycled for fun. I never did any road cycling before or even seen cycling as a way of exercising or anything. I just seen cycling as a fun way to entertain myself as a child. We cycled a lot, my dad took us on rides and that just made me love cycling. I didn’t really exercise before so I think not exercising made me kind of like down in general. Well my life has changed quite a bit, I have more energy in general, I am a happier person.…

  • Real Estate Investing Mistake Turned Into PROFIT  | Simon Zutshi
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    Real Estate Investing Mistake Turned Into PROFIT | Simon Zutshi

    – Hello, it’s Simon Zutshi here. On this video I’m going to share with you a mistake that I made that almost cost me a couple of thousand pounds, but ended up making me just under £4,000 pounds. So it was back in 2006, and I was buying lots of property from motivated sellers, buying cash through the same day remortgage with Mortgage Express, so I was putting no money into the deals. And this was a property I found up in Macclesfield, it was a former Army barracks. They were lovely apartments, sandstone buildings, really fantastic. And I met this guy, I went to go and see him, and…

  • Studying law with the University of London – a family affair
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    Studying law with the University of London – a family affair

    When I was very young, I always admired lawyers and I liked the way they used to go up the steps, and go into court and how they argued these matters. I used to go around the courtroom and sit and spend many hours watching them. After I left school, I started working selling encyclopedias, subsequently, I became an insurance salesman with Prudential. An old friend of mine, he said, “There’s only one life you have, give it the best shot.” And I kept thinking that’s the only thing that I need to do, give it the best shot, and I liked law. Thereafter, I wrote to University of London…

  • TSP’s नानी की कहानी | भंड लकड़हारे
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    TSP’s नानी की कहानी | भंड लकड़हारे

    In the blurred memories of childhood, if there’s something clearly in the memory, then it is ‘Nani Ki Kahani.’ There was some learning in every story of her. With the changing times, the meaning of those stories also changed. So today’s story is about two woodcutter brothers. Maalchi and Laalchi. The profession was such that woodcutters would always need new axes all the time. It was a time when every child in the street… …hid from his parents and loved to cut wood. According to the situation, he also used to cut different wood from different axes. Mango in the beginning of the month. – Mysore Mango! – Mysore Mango!…