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  • JRT
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    If this had been video taped in the 1980s, this landing could have been a planned fuel stop on a flight to Mena Arkansas. No?




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  • Albany Rifles
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    Originally posted by JRT View Post
    Canceling Spectrum Cable
    - SNL

    I swear this is a documentary

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  • JRT
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    Canceling Spectrum Cable
    - SNL


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  • Amled
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    I recently had occasion to re-new acquaintance with one of the most horrific videos I’d ever seen!!!
    To those who are unfamiliar with the work:
    Its fictional???
    There’s no blood and guts.
    There’s no monsters….and yet???


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1AL3WFzsv0

    The Children's Story by James Clavell


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  • JRT
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    Originally posted by Insider_YouTube_Videos
    07 August 2023
    How Money Laundering Actually Works
    (22 min, 29 sec)

    Robert Mazur is a former US government agent who investigated drug-money laundering for the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Internal Revenue Service intelligence division, and the Customs Service.

    While deep undercover in hot spots such as Florida, Colombia, and Panama, Mazur successfully infiltrated criminal rings and cartels, including Pablo Escobar's, by posing as a wealthy, mob-connected businessman. He helped manage the illicit fortunes of the Medellín and Cali cartels while gathering evidence that would lead to some of the largest money-laundering prosecutions in history.

    He speaks to Insider about how the cartels layer their assets, and move money via “smurfs”. He also covers the use of legitimate businesses, such as jewellery chains and mortgage brokerage companies.

    Mazur is the author of "The Infiltrator," which became a New York Times bestseller and inspired a 2016 film of the same title, starring Bryan Cranston (as Mazur) and John Leguizamo. Cranston is set to play Mazur again in the sequel currently in development, which is based on Mazur' second memoir, "The Betrayal.” Today, Mazur speaks and consults around the world through his company, KYC Solutions.

    00:00- Introduction
    00:48 - Chapter 1 | Creating the Persona
    01:59 - Chapter 2 | Meeting the Cartel
    03:27 - Chapter 3 | The Market
    05:13 - Chapter 4 | Collecting the Cash
    07:15 - Chapter 5 | Making Payments
    09:43 - Chapter 6 | The Surveillance
    12:17 - Chapter 7 | The Banks
    15:13- Chapter 8 | The Middlemen
    16:20 - Chapter 9 | Breaking Cover
    17:57- Chapter 10 | The Aftermath
    19:39- Chapter 11 | The Future of Dirty Money
    ...

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  • Gun Grape
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    Yea it was noisy around the house that week.

    There are advantages to being hard of hearing

    First 2 videos. I think The War Zone is doing one a day of their Tyndall Combat Archer visit





    And the article on the QF-16s here

    https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zon...re-born-to-die
    Last edited by Gun Grape; 13 Jun 23,, 22:40.

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  • tbm3fan
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    Originally posted by JRT View Post

    That would be a good opening scene for a sci-fi film with a dystopian near-future storyline.
    I believe it has been done somewhat...




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  • JRT
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    Originally posted by Albany Rifles View Post
    I think the Mars Rover Opportunity took that picture!
    That would be a good opening scene for a sci-fi film with a dystopian near-future storyline.

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  • Albany Rifles
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    Originally posted by JRT View Post
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    I think the Mars Rover Opportunity took that picture!

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  • JRT
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    Originally posted by Forbes_ Breaking_News
    08 June 2023
    NEW DRONE FOOTAGE: New York City Turned Orange Due To Canadian Wildfire Smoke
    (03 min, 16 sec)

    Drone footage shows New York City turned orange due to Canadian wildfire smoke.
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  • tbm3fan
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    Truth, justice and the American way by Tom Hanks at Harvard

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  • tbm3fan
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    Not everyone is a 49er fan but I did enjoy listening to Jerry Rice and John Taylor go back and forth here with McCafferty also on stage. The two receivers are almost a comedy team.

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  • Amled
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxUfg3uCBbg

    Ray Stevens: The Streak

    "...don't look Ethel!!!"

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  • JRT
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    2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170

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  • JRT
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    Originally posted by Film_Noir_Masterpieces

    Night People (1954) - rare copy in full Cinemascope with Gregory Peck. While "Night People" does have some elements of suspense and intrigue, it is not typically considered a Film Noir. The Film Noir genre is typically characterized by a combination of crime, drama, and mystery, often with a bleak and pessimistic outlook. "Night People" is more of a Cold War thriller with espionage elements, set in post-war Berlin.

    However, it is worth noting that some sources do classify "Night People" as a Film Noir, so there may be some debate on the matter. Ultimately, the classification of a movie as a Film Noir is subjective and can vary depending on who you ask.

    Fun Fact: NIGHT PEOPLE opened in New York on March 12, 1954, to favourable reviews, but was not well received by the public. It placed fifty-second in gross box office receipts for 1954. Once released, Variety described it as "a top-notch, exciting cloak-and-dagger thriller" with the director getting "a clean triple for his smart handling of production, direction and scripting."

    Night People - 1954 American thriller film directed by Nunnally Johnson and starring Gregory Peck, Broderick Crawford, Anita Björk and Buddy Ebsen.

    (No copyright violation as we have obtained from the owner 20th Century Fox films the rights of showing this copy.)

    The story is set in Berlin during the Allied occupation in the years following World War II.

    Plot:
    Cpl. John Leatherby (Ted Avery), an American soldier stationed in West Berlin, is kidnapped after escorting his German girlfriend to her home. The Soviets deny involvement in the kidnapping through their intermediary Col. Lodejinski, who is secretly an American and British intelligence asset. Charles Leatherby, the corporal's father and a Toledo industrialist, attempts to expedite his son's retrieval by leveraging his ties to the Eisenhower administration and prominent senators. The elder Leatherby flies to West Berlin and attempts to bully State Department and military officials into quickly retrieving his son, demanding that they offer the Soviets a monetary bribe. Meanwhile, Lt. Col. Steve Van Dyke (Gregory Peck), the eccentric provost marshal for the American sector, is contacted by his old flame and East German source "Hoffy" Hoffmeir (Anita Björk). Hoffmeir implies that Cpl. Leatherby has been kidnapped by the Soviets or East Germans, who intend to exchange him for two West Berliners, Herr and Frau Schindler. Lacking viable alternatives, Van Dyke allows Hoffmeir to facilitate the trade.
    ...

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