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action news fast and first to the scene. metro tell us it happened near jones and flamingo just an hour ago. a pedestrian was hit...and is fighting for their life this morning. according to rtc jones is stil closed between flamingo and harmon, breaking news -- overnight four people have been killed after an explosive device detonated at a us military base in afghanistan. officials say at least 14 peole have also been hurt. the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. the taliban is saying it was a suicide bomber but officials have yet to confirm. these highs well above normal will subside and we will just fall into the above normal
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on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they should be. to start off the week highs will approach 80 for monday across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies. thursday afternoon. in these images coming in overnight-- you can see people taking to the streets in major cities like atlanta, new york city, los angeles and dallas.
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protesting...for another president. while some protest remained peaceful...violence broke out in portland. at least one person was shot there, but is expected to be ok. our affiliates are reporting... people throwing burning objects at police officers . those officers in riot gear... had to use flash bangs and pepper spray to disperse the protesters... but it didn't stop them. a curfew is in place for those 18 and younger. our affiliates also have been taken into custody overnight. las vegas police are preparing for dueling protests today. more than -15- hundred anti-trump protesters are expected to march on the strip this evening.. police are monitoring. social media posts saying... counter protests.... by trump supporters are also planned..... in the exact same spot. in his first post-election television interview.. president-elect donald trump is
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about the phone call he got on election night from hillary clinton. 138-155 so hillary called... she just said congratualations donald." in that same interview.. he also talks about obamacare and says there are parts he believes are worth keeping. coverage for pre-existing conditions. we'll have more on this interview and his new transition team ...in our second half hour. democratic leaders are scrambling for their next move after the republicans took the white house.. and retained control of the house and senate. a number of democrats are now looking to fill... the chair of the democratic national committee. bernie sanders tweeting his opinion on who should take the seat...saying "the next d-n-c chair must understand the dire
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families. keith ellison is that person." sot rick klein "this is a young, muslim american from minnesota who represents a new generation of leaders in congress." the d-n-c is also looking to two new female senators...who they think are going to be big players in washington. the first-- senator-elect kama-la harris of california...and the other is our very own senator-elect catherine cortez masto. a 13 action news update now on a teen who posted a video of patrol car. he is now opening up after his arrest. 18.22.50.00 "i thought they yelled the police were watching. that's why you see me jump off, and then i turned around and there was no one there so i got on and fell back. my intentions weren't to break the window." adam trip-lett says that was the third metro car ...he got on that night. the teenager says he was leaving first friday with
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later, and says he figured he was going to be caught either way... and he was. police arrested him tuesday... and he spent a couple days in jail. 18.24.50.00 "at the end of the day, what i did was stupid on my part. it is a cop car. i've got to accept the consequences and move on." triplett is due back in court on monday. a motorcycle rider dead after a crash near cheyenne and fort apache last night. police say... the driver of a minivan was making a u-turn onto that's when she crossed into the path of the motorcycle . investigators believe the rider was speeding ... the man... in his 30's... hit the back of the minivan... instantly dying. the driver is cooperating. as the holiday shoppping season is fast approaching, more and more people are starting their shopping online.... which means watch-out for porch pirates. online orders for holiday gifts were at an all time high last year.
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however, 13 action news crime and safety expert randy sutton says this crime is easy to prevent... :41 have it sent to someone you know will be home, or ask the delivery service to have someone sign for it. :51 sutton also says self-installed security cameras are pretty inexpensive and easy to put up yourself. this morning -- an officer is in hot water over a facebook he's accused of posting a racial slur on facebook live feed. find out what police believe he said... and -- wild moments as an officer tries to make a traffic stop.....all caught on camera!! see what happens after the suspect takes off running. ((ad-lib)) hundreds of people are waking up to a smoke filled sky in the shoutheast.
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massive fire has many people shocked. in an instant--things go south
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a guy was pulled over for driving with a handicap placard in his windshield. next thing the officer knew he was hanging on to the side of the truck as the driver sped away, plowing into a parked car. the officer then draws his gun and then suddenly, due to the scuffle, the officer's gun accidentally fires. nats - brown: you shot me! officer: no, i didn't. the man shot is expected to recover. he is also facing criminal charges. as for the officer, he is on leave pending a routine internal investigation. right now -- a wildfire in the south east is forcing hundreds of families out of
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of north carolina and tennessee. in large parts of this region it has not rained for nearly two months causing extremely dry conditions, perfect for a fast moving fire. and now, officials are worried about smoke damaging houses...and people's health. "the smoke almost blocks out the sun, you know it's so bad." smoke can be seen all the way to atlanta. officials believe an arsonist may be to blame for the fire. they have already arrested two people in kentucky, and are looki these highs well above normal will subside and we will just fall into the above normal category for the weekend. highs will drop a few degrees on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which
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to start off the week highs will approach 80 for monday with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies. overnight into thursday expect some cold conditions in the morning with lows in the 40s. highs will even be cooler into thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a ((ad-lib at desk)) facebook post - v on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which
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should be. to start off the week highs will approach 80 for monday with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies. overnight into thursday expect some cold conditions in the morning with lows in the 40s. highs will even be cooler into thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a ((ad-lib at desk)) facebook post - v new this moring a police
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slur on facebook. the police officer is accused of writing "go home monkeys", on a live feed of an anti-trump protest. officials say it was in response to black protesters in the facebook live feed. the post was reported to the conducting an investigation. "i've seen the post.. it's disturbing and it's concerning." the officer's name has not yet been released but he has been suspended pending the completion of the investigation. this morning one woman is on a mission! she wants to be the first woman to travel to every country on earth... but there's a catch... not only does she want to be the first woman to become a
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still to come on good morning las vegas -- still to come on good morning las vegas -- we have the story of that woman attempting to break a world-record and become the youngest woman to visit every country in the world! (parade nats) thousands of people lined the
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who have served our count. our very own.... beth fisher and dayna roselli hosted..... "the annual las vegas veterans day parade". the city estimates.... about -30- thousand people... attended. unfortunately... several veterans were not apart of the veteran's day festivities. the group "veterans for peace" signed up to march in the parde but, organizers kicked them out claiming they were spreading a political message. "because of our message of peace and not war and not militarism, they decided we shouldn't be in their parade."
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some people watching were upset the veterans were not allowed to be in the parade, the good thing is.. no one was arrested and everyone went home safe. new this morning -- a connecticut woman is on a record- breaking mission -- trying to become the first woman to visit every country in the world -- and she wants to do it in the fastest time ever. abc's diane macedo has more on this epic journey. (3.5 secondsf to zimbabwe? and everywhere in between. (7.5 seconds) one globe-trotting millenial is just a few flights away from becoming the youngest woman ever to visit every country in the world. sot - i'm starting to wrap my head around it, it's becoming really surreal now. (7 seconds) 27 year old cassie de pecol hit the road last july? painstakingly plotting a 2-year-trip on this old map? (5.5 seconds) (map gfx)taking off from portland, oregon? heading to new zealand, then fiji, then australia. (6 seconds) the connecticut-native
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she visited beaches? (nats) mountains? (nats) and deserts around the world? quick nat of instagram video (5 seconds) but according to de pecol? the most beautiful part of her trip -- has been the kidness of underestimate that. (8 seconds) (animated globe gfx) de pecol has already checked 181 countries off her list?. with just 15 more to go before she completes her grand tour. (5 seconds) spending nearly 200-thousand dollars - including her 250 plane tickets... (4 seconds) her mission: not only to set a world record? sot - i believe we are all one // my goal is to educate // while promoting positive peace through sustainable tourism. // that about sums it up. that was diane macedo reporting. now that donald trump has been elected, speculation and rumors are swirling about who he will pick to serve in his cabinet, and other key positions. in our next half hour -- some
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of his key campaign platforms and remember all those celebrities who promised to leave the u-s if trump is elected? they're now getting some unexpected help... plus -- the annual rock and roll marathon is in town this weekend...and with it come road closures -- next we're helping you avoid the mess. obamacare - hl this morning donald trump is
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announcement. and -- a valley neighborhood is hit with racist letters and it's not the first time it happened! hl plus -- the annual rock and roll marathon is in town this weekend and we're helping you avoid all those road closures. go ... let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis ((ad-lib)) these highs well above normal will subside and we will just fall into the above normal category for the weekend. highs will drop a few degrees on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into
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should be. to start off the week highs to the windy category but those winds will bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies. thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a light shower in spots. breaking news just into our newsroom -- us 95 southbound is closed at las vegas boulevard is closed after a crash involving a truck boat. nhp says no one is hurt. you're asked to avoid the area. just a few days after donald trump was named the next
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shocking announcements, one on his transition team, and the other on one of his key campaign platforms. andy rose reports on that new team and a shocking change on obama care. president-elect donald trump has named his transition team and with it, announced his first shake up. trump has now named vice president-elect mike pence as the head of the team. not new jersey governor chris chri the team for the last few months leading up to the election. (((make full screen of statement))) gov. chris christie/-r- new jersey: "i am proud to have run the pre- election phase of the transition team along with a thoroughly professional and dedicated team of people." sources familiar with the process say intensifying scrutiny over christie's role in the "bridgegate scandal" in which two of his former aides were convicted, led to pence being chosen as transition head. christie himself has denied wrongdoing over "bridgegate" christie will serve as vice-chairman along with
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giuliani, doctor ben carson, former house speaker newt gingrich and retired army lieutenant general mike flynn. the announcement comes as trump sat down for an interview after meeting with president obama and said he will look to keep certain aspects of obamacare, a far cry from what he promised on the campaign trail reporter: let me ask you about obamacare, which you say you're going to repeal and replace. when you replace it, are you going to make sure that people with preconditions are still covered? donald trump/ pr happens to be one of the strongest assets. reporter: you're going to keep. also children living with their parents for an extended period. reporter: you're going to keep that. donald trump/ president-elect: we're going to very much try to keep that. it adds cost but it's very much something we're anything to try to keep. someone upset with donald trump being elected president is turning to vandalism to vent frustrations! obscenities against the president-elect
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parkway. it's too explicit to show on t-v and it sits right across from a neighborhood full of families... there's aslo a church just feet away! at this point we haven't been able to find the owner of the r-v. - v this morning a mayor of one alabama town is raising money to help celebrities who pledged to leave the country if donald trump was elected president. (mayor tony kennon/orange beach) "i want to raise 10 million dollars to buy all the bus tickets we can find to send all the celebrities and country to tijuana, mexico, for a better life." a mayor of orange beach created a go fund me account to raise that ten million. the account is called " don't let the screen door hit you". so far, nearly 500-hundred-dollars has been donated towards the goal. mayor tony kennon says he hopes the post goes viral. mere seconds is all it took for a group of thieves .. to smash a stolen truck into a subway restaurant.
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cash last month. the stolen pickup was later found in a nearby park. no one has been caught now to a story "you asked us to investigate"... a spring valley neighborhood is hit with racist letters.... in their mailboxes. it's not the first time.... it's happened. a viewer sent us this photo of a letter filled with racial slurs even declaring that they want to keep the area white and tropicana. the letter has the name of the h-o- a managment company but they confirmed they had nothing to do with it. the f-b-i is now investigating... they're asking for people to handle the letters as little as possible so they can identify the sender's fingerprints happening today -- the first 5k race of "the annual rock n' roll marathon" is taking place. the festival brings a lot of people to town 13 action news
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around the strip you'll you'll want to avoid. the rock 'n' roll marathon and half marathon will take place on sunday. both the half marathon and full marathon will start at 4:30 p.m. the start line for both is las vegas boulevard and dewey drive and the finish line is front of the mirage on las vegas boulevard. in addition, there is a three-day fitness and health expo from nov. 10 to 12 at the las vegas convention center. nutritional information and interactive displays. runners and spectators are also invited to celebrate with snoop dogg during a pre-race party at las nov. 13. although there are road closures expected nov. 12, the bulk of the road closures will take place nov. 13 for the full marathon. road closures will take place both in the downtown area and 13 include: i-15 northbound and southbound at the tropicana p.m. until 10:30 p.m. i-15 northbound on the charleston eastbound off-ramp from 2:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. i-15 northbound and southbound at the spring mountain rd. 22:35 darcy stand-up tease:
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roadways. the people who drive them are often unlicensed and uninsured. scooters on our roadways--downright dangerous or necessary nuisance? coming up... 05-09 our las vegas firefighters are
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challenge! the internet trend has taken off in the past few weeks. michelle obama did it with the cleveland cavs. and hillary clinton has her own version with her staff and jon bon jovi. . ((((chat))) and here at 13 action news we did our own version of the here you can see tricia kean, stephanie zepelin, darcy spears and of course me -- eating my lunch. 02-05 crashing nats some bizzare video out of stillwater, oklahoma..
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the glass window.. on the way out of an 'american eagle outfitters store.' what's not clear is exactly how the deer got inside in the first place. based on the enthusiastic departure.. it doesn't look like the animal was hurt. are dead -v some facebook users say they've been logging on -- only to discover the social networking site thinks they're dead. people have been seeing a banner memorializing certain profiles. not everyone was affected. but at one point, even facebook ceo mark zuckerberg was declared dead by his own social network. it's unclear what's causing the mass obituaries, but it's likely a bug in facebook's system.
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((((chat))) these highs well above normal will subside and we will just fall into the above normal category for the weekend. highs will drop a few degrees on saturday compared to friday. start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which is still warmer than where they should be. to start off the week highs will approach 80 for monday with nothing but sunshine across southern nevada. winds will pick up on wednesday
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bring in bigger changes to the forecast. we will drop those temperatures back to near 70 on wednesday with partly sunny skies. overnight into thursday expect some cold conditions in the morning with lows in the 40s. highs will even be cooler into thursday afternoon. rain as of now is slight, but there is a chance we pick up a light shower in spots. valley every day. they're also involved in deadly crashes.. and often operated by people on saturday compared to friday. we expect to top out at 76 to start the weekend and increase that number to 77 on sunday. a few overhead clouds are likely through the day saturday, more sun on sunday. overnight lows will drop into the mid 50s each morning which
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crashes.. and often operated by people who have no business being on the road. for more than a year.. contact 13 has been tracking now - contact-13 chief investigator darcy spears asks,.. are they a necessary nuisance or downright dangerous? these images of 18-year-old maggie mortensen... bandaged and bed- ridden... :46 marlene: went up to the hospital and seen her on a breathing machine. ... are burned in her mother's mind. : 58 marlene: i almost collapsed on the floor.
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severe road rash, a fractured skull and a brain bleed, maggie is lucky. she and her boyfriend, who was driving the scooter, didn't die. contact 13 has documented far too many scenes of mangled scooters and lost lives. the danger growing as more of these two- wheeled vehicles take over valley roads. /nat break/ metro has seen six fatal scooter accidents so far this year, which means, on average, someone is dying every other month. people crash on scooters about every other day with 175 collisions i jurisdiction so far this year. 16:09 chuck callaway/lvmpd: on these vehicles you don't have to have a helmet and you also don't have to have insurance. so if you were to put your child on there with you... you'd be doubling down on danger. what's worse, scooters are often piloted by people who aren't allowed to drive. 20:40 mo denis: if somebody can't get a drivers license then they really shouldn't be on the road. take maggie mortensen's boyfriend, for example. 3:52 d : he never should have been driving that scooter?
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3:40 darcy: did he have a drivers license? marlene: no. they gave him a ticket for it. metro has written 178 tickets to unlicensed moped drivers so far this year. 12:40 chuck callaway/lvmpd dir. of intergovernmental services: i think that's one of the biggest misconceptions is people think that--they've lost their license potentially in a dui or maybe they never got a license--but they think they all these vehicles at ewing brothers have been impounded because they were involved in duis, accidents, or they were stolen or abandoned. metro has seen 497 thefts this year. and according to the national in vegas ranks number two in the nation for stolen scooters and motorcycles--second only to new york city. aside from being routinely involved in crime... 17:35 sen. mo denis: i think individuals feel like they're just a nuisance on the roads. but state senator mo denis says they're a necessary nuisance--cheap, fuel-efficient, easy to park, and... 20:22 mo denis: there are some individuals that no matter
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them. denis co-sponsored a new law that took effect november first. it requires mopeds to be registered, inspected and get license plates. law enforcement hopes that'll make them and their drivers safer and easier to track, but it won't cut down on scenes like this. 22:40 honk and street nats with scooter slowing cars 13:54 chuck callaway: with an actual moped, since they can't obviously they should stay on roadways where they simply can't keep up, often disregarding surrounding drivers. 13:34 chuck: they have the potential to obstruct traffic, slow down vehicles and then other drivers get frustrated and try to cut around them and maybe cause accidents. so it's a very serious issue. no one knows that better than marlene stevens. 4:25 marlene: i don't think they have any business being on the road because of how dangerous they are. and what could happen to... like my daughter.
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registration law and a link to more crime statistics on our website at ktnv.com. darcy spears, 13 action news. we're following breaking news for you this morning. taking a live look at eye 515 near main street where a crash is blocking a part of the road. we'll have more -- coming up.
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blocking a part of th 95. this is a live look at eye 515 northbound at main street. you can see sm off. there was a truck hauling boat crash. that crash actually happened at us-95 southbound and it's now reportedly closed at las vegas boulevard. no one was hurt right now -- one person is fighting for their life after being hit by a car. action news fast and first to the scene. metro tell us it happened near jones and flamingo just an hour
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in critical condition this morning. according to rtc jones was closed between flamingo and harmon but is back open now/ across the nation protests are sparking after donald trump's win and today a major protest is scheduled right here in the valley. metro has been notified and will be monitoring the event. more than -15- hundred anti-trump protesters are expected to march on the strip thanks for joining us this morning. don't forget we are always online at ktnv dot com and our
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? ? shawn tempesta: hey, las vegas, i'm shawn tempesta. welcome to the morning blend extra. turn your stuff and junk
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nevada coin mart has top of the line equipment to get you the most money for your old valuables, and here to explain is graduate gemologist neil sackmary. neil, great having you again, my friend. neil sackmary: thanks, shawn. we got a lot to go over, not a lot of time. shawn: all right, let's do it. neil: quick. saturday, sunday, the weekend, doesn't matter what day you see me, you need to come in. stop what you're doing and bring in everything immediately. stop the cup of coffee, stop the coffee maker, stop the toaster. get in your car, bring in everything right now neil sackmary buys everything. shawn: define everything. neil: the only two things i don't buy are guns and cars. if you have coins, collectibles, proof sets, mint sets, costume jewelry, gold jewelry, coke machines, pinball machines, arcade machines, lalique, baccarat, swarovski crystal. shawn: wow! neil: any type of proof sets, any type of mint sets, quarters, dimes. if you have a question,
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everybody says they love my enthusiasm. i'm telling you to call right now, because i have people standing by to answer any question that you have. call right now, 702-776-7061 immediately. shawn: and you have the technology that helps you get every single dime for your customers. neil: i do. i'm the only place in all of las vegas. i have a former bank building, two x-ray spectrometers on three 55-inch monitors. when you want to go to the industry leader, come and see neil sackmary. gemologist, a diamond expert, rolex expert. if you have beautiful, big diamonds or any type of diamonds, any size, any shape, i buy it all. shawn: now people, they think of costume jewelry, they're like "this is worthless, this has no value," you say not quite. neil: absolutely. i don't care what you have. if you have any type of jewelry, get in the car right now. bring it to me immediately. stop what you're doing. bring it to me.
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i am the highest paying person in las vegas. everybody comes to me because i have a 4,000-square foot building, six privacy windows, four privacy booths, one privacy window. come in and see me -- i have armed security -- immediately, and if not, call 702-776-7061. every question that you want to know the answer to, someone will answer your question. i don't care what it is, but call or come or write now. shawn: and now you see people, faces that you see behind the window or inside one of the booths, you have not just yourself who's a graduate gemologist, but you have a numismatist, one in particular-- years. neil: yes, 50 years, john jankowski. he's the oldest numismatist in las vegas. everybody else is young guys, and you know they don't know what they're doing. shawn: he's handsome and young looking. neil: he is handsome and he's young and he knows coins, currency, paper currency, old bills, u.s. bills, foreign
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currency, u.s. currency. i don't care if you have graded gold coins, regular gold coins. whatever you have, you need to come right now and take the money that i'm giving you. come and see me. shawn: i've actually helped him at nevada coin mart. neil: yes. shawn: you've got the money just ready to go. there's no post-dated checks or anything, or we'll pay you and don't cash this for a few days. neil: shawn, you were a tremendous celebrity gold buyer. we had so much fun. we did the interview with norm clark right after. we did the proclamation with the it was nevada coin mart day. when you come and see neil sackmary, nevada coin mart, i'm the industry leader. you're going to deal directly with me. i'm not a paid actor. if somebody has a paid actor, it's funny business going on. come and see me immediately. we got to talk about the hypnotic trance. shawn: yes. neil: very quickly. shawn: we have 30 seconds. neil: neil sackmary, nevada coin mart. i am talking to you. you need to stop what you're doing and get up out of bed, get
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come and see me immediately and bring in everything so i can pay you cash on the spot. open 365 days a year. when you want the real deal, come see me. shawn: but you don't want people to stop eating forever, because you'll actually help them feed themselves after. neil: absolutely, glazier's, greatest supermarket ever. come and sell $200 or more. you get a $50 glazier's gift certificate. you can go to glazier's and take a picture with my full size cutout. you can come in my store and take a picture with me. whatever you'd like, come and see me. thanks. shawn: neil sackmary, nevada coin mart. they can give you a big return on what you don't want any more. for more information about them, visit their location on jones just north of flamingo. you can also call them or visit the website, nevadacoinmart.com. have a great day, everybody.
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