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you. yes we turn the computer on and you select the game you want to play when you kill the killer the game allows you to go to the next level you kill the killer again you go to the next level and so on. and. we always try to retain the fighting techniques in the video games later on a football field we imitate the technique among ourselves. let's just move over this way. and i move around this way and when there's an attempt to throw a punch at me i step aside through
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a punch like this kick him when he falls to the ground i'll step on him. this place is very small if it was affordable feel he'll make you laugh your head off. i was encounter manto at the time selling pure water there was this friend of mine called and a ho he was already breaking these computers apart and i asked him to show me how to collect these metals from the computers when i started with them i usually would collect the wrong metals and show them to my friends who advised that what i had collected were the wrong ones they showed me how to hit the metal against a stone a unique stone from the metal will indicate the correct metal or not. know all where you the six years yes it's worrisome i don't like it i don't want my son to go out there but sometimes the situation here is so hopeless there is no money to send him off to school so on saturday he left me there to the dump say to look for
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some money so he can go to school on monday where making no sales these days at the market people are not buying. what is the purpose of your work why are you working here. it's for the money it is better for us to work here than become thief stealing from other people. as for the very young boys who work here it is not good for them. and. why not. just because of money that they also come here to work and they are poor however they become bad boys coming here. they don't want to go back to school but the money they make is not enough for their future. constantine's and i said they should stop bringing them because the computers we break to obtain the iron and copper bring
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diseases but a child will do it despite the diseases because of money children will always break them up they can last in the computers cuts them and if care is not taken they attach innes i have a cut on my hand myself. he has thirteen. just all the papers together
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and kind of a camaraderie of of everybody being there you can see what other people are bringing what they're doing to their computers how they're modern on what kind of hardware they have what operating system are on a quake on a so largely from walk around and get lots why this is for what you want to do to your system. and. there's going to be a conference on the whist the title is the woods in africa. there's been organized by the u.s. d.p.a. and another look at his asian i see international. something up for them to.
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have seen the program. this is horrible abstain the program but i haven't seen a slope for a visit to the dump site but it would be good if they can come to the dump site and see what is actually happening here. i think it be a very good learning experience for the people who haven't been here since this place used to be a beautiful place the water nearby was very good for swimming but now it's a dump site i believe when i am older it'll change back in the day this is what a dumb five used to look like very little like the world my broom meandering through the wetlands. and in some pods there was also among groups you know with some trees thumbs here and the but no. there's nothing to show it's all gone. the reality is also the fire dept the manufacturers of these lifetimes cannot be
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absolved from blame the money for trace all the produces of these lives when i should be able to collect these things i believe that they should be responsible for their products from cradle to grave robber. to live that way back when i got cut by broken glass when i was breaking the computer monitor. problem to money. it. is.
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the this is the here and in your body talk about it broke it was not. sand into a big and wash your hands and into blood. so i read that but they're not backing just the move ok so bump it up type i would just go away. so i'm going to order soil has bathrooms when you wash your hands. clean this is nowhere near the truth we're talking about pollutants that persistence is reversible police in the bio accumulate you know reversible pollutants those three almost horrible right from the soil in the food chain and also in the human body. it's. just.
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one of the characteristics of human being. that among other things they do. problems. and what it means of course to solve a problem is to be able to not only get an actor to question their eyes in a particular situation but to find other creatures that are similar to the mission one that we. i mean. in a position to so just one concrete problem but a whole crowd of you know the average household today you don't just have one
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computer you have three t.v. set you know your thirteen year old your fourteen year old they both have cell phones your wife has a still phone you've got d.v.d. players you don't just have the one item you have a pallet or a couple pallets of items and then builds up with the new i phone in the new i pad coming out every every year it seems like apple's they're on something new out other companies are bringing out new l.c.d. televisions blu ray d.v.d. players you know people want you know where a culture of wanting an end to end and getting so i think a lot of the old stuff that average consumers just don't get rid of it this is your computer it's not wait it's influence on plastics i mean it's just. you know for us it just makes so much more sense to do something like this than to do anything else but. i think the biggest thing that separates creative or cycling from the other electronics is like where are the processors is our investment in technology i mean we'll show you millions and millions of dollars of investment capital investment
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into technology and help revolutionize this industry we named our first processing system david one is kind of the answer to that goliath amount of electronics and it's kind of a process where all the materials shredded the comes out in pieces anywhere from you know a penny to a no bigger than a silver dollar and then from there it enters a series of starvation systems and these are taken systems allow us to take a co-mingled computer that has been shredded and then separate also if you take one p.c. drop it in there you're going to get aluminum you're going to get pieces of steel pieces of circuit board pieces of copper you know as we speak there's probably about twenty six different states that have been and that have enacted some sort of law with regards to these ground and those laws are all different from state to state mentally we need to go to a bigger broader so that there's some sort. national legislation that really takes this issue and addresses it to the largest consumer of p.c.'s and i see equipment
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in the country is the federal government so if they can you know if they can come up with the solution at their level you know then that is going to drive it down to the state level to businesses. don't understand you correctly bad you don't believe that ad words snowden performed a public service maybe in the best interest of the united states but at least in the best interest of humanity here countries don't want to turn over their playbook to the other side and that's essentially what's happened here it is true that it is spurred a big debate about the role of our intelligence services in the united states i think that debate was coming anyway after nine eleven but i don't think we've had sort of anything in the interest of humanity served by this episode.
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from some of the sixty percent imports came from movie goofy shit. the european union is ironically taking fish from some of the poorest nations on earth so this is a very serious and very urgent problem that needs immediate international action. on the territorial waters of the fish they load the fish into the ships and leave for europe. to do illegal fishing just taking the bread out of our mouths. in the lead in the play it was terrible to say now i'm very hard to take out a letter again a little longer
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a plug that never had sex with the perfect there's no legs let's play. lists and le me. a little. cut right on the seat. first strut and i think that you're.
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on our recorders twitter. and instagram. today and the talent. on. the phone right now we're going to a conference on the wisdom of the. he was an offer guy is being organized by the u.s. the pew and then the international network for environmental compliance and then fall swims as a fresh conference and anything done on say a being held on well i think. in most possible for the first time the time we have in such an international conference. here again i would say is just the beginning of something good i mean does the way i see it but algae monitoring i think of the real need to move from tough talk all rhetoric to action that for me would symbolize something really good you know otherwise it would be the same old talk
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show. you know things. that seem so. many names of things. you're going to get but that doesn't mean you can look up. the country against the . bars and listen is not the pansies of. the framers full native pacifist well. like i was only because the mother loved them and was staying out of the top and the time say do you recognize it was inside his experience her head like a stick. if you don't want to work on the gas security concerns for part of the world then when it was me. i'd say to myself would be have nothing to hide why wouldn't
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they want anybody to pull me you know is all about i when is creation it all is all about says phase asian is all about educating people. i just found a soft. america incorporated. in this that i also found it also belongs to the washington metro area transit authority is simply say's property of the united states government. and i found this site here as well this is the property of a dentist aids patient and trademark office. and assume you know this is not enough the usa e.p.a. does should know better is also part of the dumping. for instance belongs to the united states imbibing to protection agency the us the v.a. and i found out a dump site here. just never ends just keep
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coming. we can really recycle everything and i mean there's no problem some things maha are more costly to recycle dollars like the lead in the glass you know that's very close to recycle yeah that's going to go away eventually because now they have the l.c.d. screen but the l.c.d. screens have mercury and so that's another issue you know the mercury has to decide if they can just come up with a better way it's coming out i would think of not having hazardous stuff in there it is just going to keep going to keep growing more people more traction more landfills and just will be recycled everything out of the recycling. is everybody's problem and so many landfills and. you know i'd rather have a car built than another landfill and if we can keep this about a landfills we can put the items that should go into landfills but i mean recycling you know it just makes sense that smart i mean this is a mixture of c.r.t.
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televisions and c.r.t. monitors these are all these are obsolete they're not they're not using electronics anymore so when they come to was will take them and will process nice these gentlemen are taking the c.r.t. actually two out of it's plastic casing and they're also being able to harness and gather the the low grade circuit more and that's in that material and then we can use those will be processed into our precious metal refiner but the great thing about this system is it is essentially to clean the glass and turn the c.r.t. glass by separating the light and blast from the non lighting glass and then cleaning it and then into what we would call a furnace ready glass colin that's ready for plastic glass recycling went into the lot in there and he says that you want to such an add that such an bag grabs the tube securely and the laser measures the through so that the flames are set to try and zoom in a certain way it goes in and makes the two sides consume is in flipped on
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a rotating table the other side is then tied and that's all done by laser measurements and some great software in there was reading to make this machine after the c.r. cheesman cut and the leaded glass and then removed from the panel glass the panel glass is then clean this is furnace ready and on last night will go to a recycler and then they will use it to make new glass this is not going to end in a third world or developing country is a commodity this has a value that you know dollar value associated with. people from becoming friends into the cone friends who really want to see what it is like to be a bit he was dumb slides you know so i decided to. i'm here so they can see for themselves at first what it was like so to appreciate a moment till the problem and don't go back and help put in planes make an ism system the dumping up you wished from the industrialized nations countries to
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africa and to ghana for that model. yeah i'll read you another one. ok let's move. let's go. see some burning and then we see the only hope you start to good. results from somewhere. you know. oh ok ok ok so he's indicated disposals. place for disposal wherever they came from but this is disposal here and gone on each day about these little ones come here to expose themselves to all to come the flame retardants the lead you know. all of the companies that if you never think of but these are kids whose blood is also going up there is one thing to see this on t.v. i just have a nice. cup of peanuts next to its in them and change the stamps here and she experienced a smell that that ninety three experience i mean if people would be able to smell
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this we don't feel like eating peanuts anymore makes me really angry because i'm all angry all the first time i come to prison might remember. ok so let's go. and. spoil me. if you can step on this so now we're bridging the digital divide. you can see if it works. ok good here you go already. there. ugh. ok. i got to. think about it we're not going to solve this all of the. matter of prayer at all thirty one percent who are. the real
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people we can trust this guy. that we know when you're hot when you see you complain or up or down boniva it's so i thought goats or you want to call they're going to some bush will reduce. the thing i mean certainly there's the hostile stop sometime there. are enough is enough i think the poison enough children it will also poison the earth the soil everything it wants to stop it just kind of go on like got you know in a little responsibility over the risks with the industrialized nations absolutely the bloody manufacturers there are the right parts or the you know the manufacturers they really have to come in and see what to do to people's lives it's a modern economy just it's environmental racism based on feelings angry. you know the first will the scaling the third row so badly it's so unfair to have all those both an old as well being and oldest techno. undersold as of people who really die
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from it and interestingly. it is illegal to put the wiz in some landfills in the states and yet it is legal and the bird good idea to bring them here to africa where we don't have any proper recite we don't even have any recycling facility at all so it is not going to. all these are small so they. obviously we all share the belong to all of us. one of the oldest or do all get company polluted wood lives. below principles. to do you enjoy your work. with them or you know i don't like this job it makes us sick. i'll stop when i'm. fifteen or eighteen years old or something like. that. what type of work will you do then to. all go to church and look for
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a job when i'm twenty years old samit likely i'd like to be a reverend father holding on to the truth of god makes me want to become a priest so that one day when i die god will bring me to heaven to ensure. you know we as a society need to get away from the charming ways we're creating this like we don't even use that term a waste because none of this you see here is a is a waste it's all a commodity i mean there's nothing here that isn't a computer and it isn't a printer and then isn't it the more it is in a v.c.r. d.v.d. player it is rather ironic that we're using new technology to handle the old technology and yesterday that's going to be a continual cycle these things they were probably in the senior cycle just acknowledge and we're going to get bigger and manners. you believe.
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you you you . with computer as with. directions from the man. and the data that is
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given. and his responsibility. why is the price of gold so high right demand global demand do you think gold is money. the value of the only plays we have to live of the water that we need to survive it's not compared to gold i mean gold
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we're not going to eat gold we're not going to bait with gold. we're not going to drink up what clearly what amal is and is in a desperate economic situation absolutely right what we're wrong to do is say therefore any kind of economic development from the outside is going to be a benefit their only purpose is to extract as much money as possible to feed into the global financial system. with we are part of the geo political economic system that's extremely exploited to. first of all is a question where the mining should even be carried out altogether can it be done in a way which doesn't destroy people's lives resources environment and so on well you know those are pretty serious questions mining is not a what a moment problem it's happening in asia in africa and south america in central
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america in mexico and it's even happening in canada and the united states. you choose your language. to kill it oh and if they sell some of. the concerns to. choose the opinions that invigorating to. choose the stories that implicate choose access to your officers. live. live.
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former russian tycoon mikhail holder is getting ready to meet the press after finally being reunited with his family in for his surprise release of from prison. also this week eighty civilians are executed by islamist rebels in syria while western nations signal upcoming peace talks might not need a removal after all. and a big deal for ukraine russia agrees to buy fifteen billion dollars of its debts and slash the price of gas which kiev hails as its rescue from bankruptcy.


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