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Wednesday, September 04, 2019

Hogan Administration Announces $49 Million of Grant Funding to Higher Education Institutions

Hogan Administration Announces $49 Million of Grant Funding to Higher Education Institutions
Funding Will Support Necessary Repairs, Additions, Upgrades

ANNAPOLIS, MD—The Hogan administration today announced Board of Public Works approval of four capital grants agreements, totaling over $49 million, dedicated to fostering essential projects at four of Maryland’s higher educational institutions.

“Each dollar we provide to Maryland’s higher education institutions is an investment in our economy and our future,” said Governor Hogan. “These grants will help expand access to education, strengthen our workforce, and provide additional opportunities to our students and businesses.”

The grants, which are administered through the Maryland Department of General Services’ Capital Grants Division, were awarded to Anne Arundel Community College, Allegany College of Maryland, the Community College of Baltimore County, and Montgomery College.

“Our department takes great pride in promoting and supporting Maryland’s higher education institutions,” said General Services Secretary Ellington E. Churchill Jr. “These grants will support necessary repairs, additions, and upgrades at the respective college campuses.”

Anne Arundel Community College’s over $22 million grant will facilitate the construction of a new Health and Life Sciences Building on its main campus. Upon completion, the envisioned building aims to double the amount of space available for the science and biology programs.

Allegany College of Maryland’s $1.1 million grant will support the renovation of its technology building. The building’s infrastructure and various systems (including HVAC, IT, electrical, and fire suppression) will be replaced, along with exterior features including the roof and windows.

Through its $17 million grant, the Community College of Baltimore County plans to renovate and expand its Carol D. Eustis Center for Health Professions at CCBC Essex, which houses the School of Health Professions, the School of Applied and Informed Technology, and the Continuing Education and Economic Development-Allied Health program. This project will provide new labs, lecture rooms, faculty offices, and other spaces that will be used by the various existing and new programs.

The Montgomery College grant totaling over $8.2M will help with the demolition of Falcon Hall and the Science South Building. The demolition will provide an adequate footprint for construction of a New Math and Science Center building to house and support its STEM programs.

2 Very Patient Police Officers.

Caren Z. Turner, a Democratic lobbyist, has been flogged for days on social media for berating police officers in New Jersey in a video that went viral. On Thursday, her former peers on the board of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey officially censured Ms. Turner, calling her conduct “outrageous” and “profoundly disturbing.”

The censure was a swift and harsh rebuke of Ms. Turner, who interceded in a March 31 traffic stop in Tenafly, N.J. Video released by the police captured Ms. Turner, 60, flashing her Port Authority badge and swearing at officers who had stopped and impounded a car her daughter was riding in.


Governor Hogan Announces Day to Serve in Maryland

Governor Hogan Announces Day to Serve in Maryland
Volunteer Initiatives Include Quiet Waters Park Clean Up, 5K Run To Remember Heroes

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today issued a proclamation declaring September 11 through October 10 as Day to Serve month in Maryland. As part of the announcement, Governor Hogan is encouraging all Maryland citizens and state employees to choose a day to participate in or to host a volunteer activity. The Day to Serve initiative includes Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and West Virginia, each of which tracks statistics including the number of volunteers, hours served, pounds of food, and supplies donated in a friendly competition. In 2018, more than 25,000 Marylanders dedicated more than 70,000 hours for 270 volunteer activities for communities across Maryland.

“The Day to Serve initiative unites Marylanders in their volunteer efforts and recognizes the excellent community service that occurs year-round in our great state,” said Governor Hogan. “Our compassionate citizens make Maryland a leading state for volunteerism with their incredible dedication, and these selfless acts bring great pride to communities and our state.”

Straight Pride Parade with Milo was AWESOME

Parts of Lower Eastern Shore to be under tropical storm watch

BALTIMORE —A Tropical Storm Watch related to Hurricane Dorian has been issued for Friday for Maryland's lower Eastern Shore and parts of the Maryland and Delaware beaches.

The watch, which includes Ocean City, means tropical storm conditions are possible late Thursday into Friday.

Dorian -- still a powerful Category 2 hurricane with 110 mph winds -- was moving up the Georgia coastline Wednesday night. With a storm front approaching Maryland from the north and west is one of several weather systems that will push Dorian away from the Mid-Atlantic coast.

Dorian will be closer to the coast of the Carolinas than it was to the Florida coast, so conditions in the Carolinas will be worse and damage will be likely.


Vegan sues neighbors over smell of barbecued meat in their backyards

(KUTV) — A vegan woman's beef with her neighbors -- over barbecuing meat in their backyard -- was so serious that she sued them... taking the case all the way to Australia's Supreme Court, according to Nine News Australia.

The woman, Cilla Carden of Perth also demanded her neighbors stop smoking and bouncing balls in their backyard, but Carden's biggest issue is the smell of meat cooking. Fish specifically.

Carden told 9News:

They've put it there so I smell fish, all I can smell is fish. I can't enjoy my backyard, I can't go out there. It's been devastating, it's been turmoil, it's been unrest, I haven't been able to sleep.


Californicating America ... Is Interstate Migration Wrecking The Heartland?


How 50 Years of No-Fault Divorce Gave Us a Throwaway Culture

Fifty years ago this week, Ronald Reagan made what he later admitted was one of the worst mistakes of his political life: As governor of California, he signed a bill bringing no-fault divorce to his state.

California was the first state to take the plunge, but by no means the last. Reagan’s signature unleashed what became a national divorce revolution.

Within five years, 44 states would follow suit and pass some form of no-fault divorce.



A Tropical Storm Watch means tropical storm-force winds are possible 
somewhere within this area within the next 48 hours 
- Salisbury 
- LATEST LOCAL FORECAST: Below tropical storm force wind 
- Peak Wind Forecast: 20-30 mph with gusts to 45 mph 
- POTENTIAL THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY: Potential for wind 39 to 
57 mph 
- The wind threat has increased from the previous assessment. 
- PLAN: Plan for hazardous wind of equivalent tropical storm 
force due to possible forecast changes in track, size, or 
- PREPARE: Efforts to protect property should now be 
underway. Prepare for limited wind damage. 
- ACT: Act now to complete preparations before the wind 
becomes hazardous. 
- Damage to porches, awnings, carports, sheds, and unanchored 
mobile homes. Unsecured lightweight objects blown about. 
- Many large tree limbs broken off. A few trees snapped or 
uprooted, especially if soils are saturated. Some roadway 
signs will sustain damage. 
- A few roads will be impassable from debris. Hazardous 
driving conditions on bridges and other elevated roadways. 
- Scattered power and communications outages. 
- No storm surge inundation forecast 
- POTENTIAL THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY: Little to no storm surge 
- The storm surge threat has remained nearly steady from the 
previous assessment. 
- PLAN: There is little to no threat of storm surge flooding. 
Rough surf, coastal erosion, and life-threatening rip 
currents are possible. 
- PREPARE: Little to no preparations for storm surge flooding 
are needed. 
- ACT: Follow the instructions of local officials. Monitor 
- POTENTIAL IMPACTS: Little to None 
- LATEST LOCAL FORECAST: Minor to moderate storm surge possible 
- Peak Storm Surge Inundation: The potential for 1-2 feet 
above ground somewhere within surge prone areas 
- Window of concern: early Thursday afternoon until early 
Sunday afternoon 
- Peak Rainfall Amounts: Additional around 1 inch 
for flooding rain 
- The flooding rain threat has remained nearly steady from 
the previous assessment. 
- PLAN: There is little or no potential for flooding rain. 
- PREPARE: Little to no preparations are needed to protect 
against flooding rain at this time. 
- ACT: Monitor for changes to the forecast. 
- POTENTIAL IMPACTS: Little to None 
- Little to no potential impacts from flooding rain. 
- Situation is unfavorable for tornadoes 
- The tornado threat has remained nearly steady from the 
previous assessment. 
- PLAN: Tornadoes are not expected. Showers and thunderstorms 
with gusty winds may still occur. 
- PREPARE: Little to no preparations needed to protect 
against tornadoes at this time. Keep informed of the latest 
tornado situation. 
- ACT: Listen for changes in the forecast. 
- POTENTIAL IMPACTS: Little to None 
- Little to no potential impacts from tornadoes. 

State Announces Partnership with Maryland Casinos to Promote Small Business Opportunities


ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Governor’s Office of Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs today announced multiple small business outreach events in partnership with three Maryland casinos. Beginning on September 11 and continuing through the month, small business owners and certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) firms will have the opportunity to learn how to do business with Rocky Gap Casino and Resort in Cumberland, Hollywood Casino in Perryville, and Ocean Downs Casino in Ocean City.

“Relationships drive business,” said Jimmy Rhee, special secretary of the Governor’s Office of Small, Minority, and Women Business Affairs. “This is a great opportunity for small and minority business owners to begin building relationships with buyers in a sector still experiencing growth here in Maryland.”

Maryland’s casinos purchase a diverse range of goods, including uniforms, furnishings, computer equipment, disposable restaurant supplies, security and AV equipment, and promotional products. Additionally, the casinos need a variety of services such as printing, linens, HVAC, landscaping, and snow removal.

“We’re eager to meet with small business owners who want to work in this industry,” said Tim Shea, vice president of operations at Hollywood Casino Perryville. “We know that firms who come out to meet with us at this event are serious about building good business relationships.”

Outreach events are open to all small business owners and will be held on three consecutive Wednesdays in September. The first will take place at Rocky Gap Casino & Resort on September 11, 2019 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Advance registration is preferred. To view the full schedule and register, visit the Governors’ Office of Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs events page at

Joe Scarborough scorches leftward lurch of 2020 Democrats

Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough offered a scathing rebuke of many of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates for their policy proposals and said that they are giving President Trump his "only chance" to win reelection.

The panel was discussing a number of policies that some presidential candidates have publicly supported, expressing their fear that the stances the candidates are taking could end up helping the president.

"How does it get better for Donald Trump? Well, you have Democrats getting worse. You have Democrats saying, 'You know what we're going to do? We're going to decriminalize crossing the border illegally,'" Scarborough stated. "'We’re going to take away health insurance from 160 million Americans. You know what we're going to do? We’re going to give healthcare coverage to people who cross the border illegally.'"



Cruz and Chicago mayor trade blows on Twitter over gun violence

Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot shared a heated exchange on Twitter over gun violence, in which Lightfoot accused Cruz of being a "coward Republican" and Cruz criticized the city's criminal policies as ineffective.

The spat began when Cruz shared a story from Breitbart about the Labor Day weekend gun violence in Chicago, tweeting that disarming "law-abiding citizens" was not the answer, but rather the answer is incarcerating violent criminals before they have the opportunity to commit more crimes.

Lightfoot responded that Cruz should "keep our name out of your mouth" and blamed neighboring states with less strict gun policies as the source of gun violence in the city. According to Time , Chicago was responsible for nearly half of the increase in homicides in the United States in 2016.


Feds Are Going After Kate Steinle’s Killer After California Drops The Ball

A U.S. attorney clarified the status of the illegal alien who fatally shot Kate Steinle in San Francisco in 2015, saying he “has no right to possess a firearm under federal law, even if California extends him sanctuary.”

David Anderson, the U.S. attorney in San Francisco, issued the scathing statement in response to a California appeals court’s decision Friday to overturn a gun possession conviction against Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate, a 48-year-old Mexican national who admitted to holding the gun that killed Steinle.

Garcia-Zarate was convicted on state charges Nov. 28, 2017, on one count of felony possession of a firearm in connection with Steinle’s July 1, 2015, death. He was acquitted on first-degree murder, second-degree murder and manslaughter charges at the trial.


Cruz: 'The deep state' is working overtime to salvage Obama's Iran nuclear deal

Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz claimed on Tuesday that "the deep state" within the Treasury and State Departments trying to undermine the Trump administration's efforts to counter Iran.

Cruz said the goal of the individuals within this deep state is to salvage the remnants of the 2015 nuclear agreement the Obama administration signed with Iranian leaders.

"I am here to tell you the deep state is alive and well and has circled the barricades around Washington, D.C. And the number one objective of the deep state at the department of State, at the department of Treasury, is to preserve the disastrous Obama Iran nuclear deal," Cruz said at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C.


Triplet, 36, claims he was just trying to hug his brother when he fatally stabbed him

A Georgia triplet accused of killing one of his brothers says the death came as the result of a tragic accident as he tried to hug his sibling.

Kenneth Jernigan, 36, made his first court appearance Thursday after telling police he accidentally killed his brother, Kevin Jernigan.

Kevin was found dead at the triplets’ home in the 2700 block of King Street, Columbus, on August 27.

Jernigan was charged with murder and possession of a knife during the commission of a crime shortly afterwards, but later pleaded not guilty to the charges.


Junior Bass Fishing National Championship

Help Fund JD Cooper's Championship Bass Fishing Trip to Idaho's Willow's Club Anglers Inn Bay Marina on Priest River/Lake Pend Oreille.

JD will be representing the State Of Delaware and the Easternshore. Officially catching the largest Delaware Largemouth Bass at over 3.5lbs. JD will be competing at the National Event against one person from every other State in The United States. JD will be one of the youngest State Champions in the Junior Tournament at the age of 14.

The Championship takes place October 18th-19th In Idaho. This will be an official Bassmaster Event including TV Coverage, Social Media, Magazines, Newspapers etc.... The competition is sponsored by Bassmaster, Mercury, BassCat, St.Croix, Lowrance, Gamakatsu and More!


Lawsuit: The Chicken Industry Created a Secret Cartel to Suppress Wages

The nation’s chicken-processing companies created a covert cartel to suppress wages paid to many Americans and immigrants, according to a lawsuit by the Handley Farah & Anderson law firm in Washington D.C.

“For more than a decade, Defendants have conspired and combined to fix and depress the compensation paid to non-supervisory production and maintenance employees at chicken processing plants in violation of Section 1 of the Sherman [antitrust] Act,” says the lawsuit, which was filed August 30 in a Baltimore court.

“Defendants formed and implemented the conspiracy to reduce labor costs and maximize profits,” and should be required to pay damage to their “hundreds of thousands” of swindled employees, including many uneducated legal and illegal immigrants, the lawsuit says.

The lawsuit is aided by at least two unidentified witnesses from the industry, which includes Sanderson Farms, Koch Foods, Tysons Foods, Perdue, and some of the Georgia companies that were visited by federal law enforcement officials in early August. The 18 firms and their 200 processing plants deliver 90 percent of the chicken sold in the United States and employ 250,000 people, said the lawsuit.


Stop Or Be Stopped

'There were many, many reasons': CNN anchor asks Mattis why he didn't resign earlier

CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour peppered former Secretary of Defense James Mattis with a series of President Trump's more controversial quotes, and asked him to explain why he didn't resign sooner.

"There were many, many reasons potentially for somebody such as yourself to resign. Why not over any of these?” Amanpour asked, after playing a series of video clips.

Mattis, who decided to leave the administration after being unable to convince Trump to not pull American troops out of Syria, said, "Christiane, if you go into the military, you swear an oath to uphold the Constitution. The elected commander-in-chief is the elected commander-in-chief. But if we’re going to protect this democracy, even in its most raucous moments, even when there are fundamental issues going on, you don’t want the Defense Department coming in and saying, 'We’re not going to defend the country today.'”


Study: Poorest 20% of Americans richer than the average Canadian

A new study of worldwide wealth showed the bottom 20% of U.S. income earners were wealthier on average than people in most European countries.

The study, conducted by Just Facts, released last week found the bottom fifth of American citizens "consume more goods and services than the national averages for all people in most affluent countries," including European countries on a per capita basis. Individuals in the poorest 20% of the United States on average have more material resources than those in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Japan.

The analysis examined income, charity, and noncash welfare benefits to determine how many goods and services people consumed in each country. Henrique Schneider, the chief economist of the Swiss Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises, said the study "provides valuable insight into poverty measures."


Texas Shooter Was Banned From Buying Firearms Due To Mental Issues; Prior Purchase Attempt Denied

The gunman who went on a rampage in West Texas Saturday was deemed mentally unfit and had been banned from buying firearms in the criminal background check system, according to the Wall Street Journal.

36-year-old Seth Ator, who a neighbor described as a "violent, aggressive person," killed seven people when he opened fire in an Odessa movie theater after being fired from his oil services job earlier that morning.

Authorities are investigating whether Ator bought the gun he used in the shooting.


Soros-Funded St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner Refuses to Charge Killer of 7-Year-Old Child

Far left billionaire George Soros has been systematically targeting district attorney races throughout the United States. Several of his candidates have already won. His goal is to create havoc in communities.

In St. Louis City far left lunatic Kim Gardner took money from Soros in her race for St. Louis Circuit Attorney.

Soros funded PAC even released an ad in support of this far left and unqualified nutcase.


Illinois' Financial Decay Spreads To Cities Across The State

Illinois’ finances aren’t just decaying at the top, they’re falling apart everywhere. The state’s one-size-fits-all pension laws and overly generous benefits have left many cities suffocating under impossible pension debts as their populations shrink, tax burdens jump and resident incomes stagnate.

Without an amendment to the Illinois Constitution’s pension protection clause – and subsequent pension reforms – expect many cities to head toward insolvency.

The map below shows just how wide and deep the crisis is. Of the 630 downstate police and fire pension funds that reported data to the Illinois Department of Insurance in 2017, 57 percent had funded ratios lower than 60 percent. And nearly 100 funds had funded ratios below 40 percent.


'He hurt a lot of people': Democratic senator suggests prison time for Mark Zuckerberg

Sen. Ron Wyden said Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg should be punished with prison time over the social media giant’s privacy lapses.

“Mark Zuckerberg has repeatedly lied to the American people about privacy. I think he ought to be held personally accountable, which is everything from financial fines to — and let me underline this — the possibility of a prison term. Because he hurt a lot of people,” the Oregon Democrat toldWillamette Week.

“And, by the way, there is a precedent for this: In financial services, if the CEO and the executives lie about the financials, they can be held personally accountable,” he said.

Wyden published a draft bill late last year that proposed a penalty of 10 to 20 years of imprisonment for executives who mishandle consumer data.


$19K Grant Helps To Expand ‘Save A Shore Farmer’ Campaign

BERLIN – A local suicide prevention campaign for farmers and farm families will expand this year with the help of additional grant funding.

Last fall, the Jesse Klump Suicide Awareness and Prevention Program partnered with the local Suicide Prevention Coalition – a consortium of nonprofits, counseling services, health departments, hospitals and school systems – to launch “Save a Shore Farmer” with the help of a $19,000 grant from the Rural Maryland Council.

Officials said Save a Shore Farmer’s first year focused on intensive media outreach to raise awareness of the heightened risk of suicide in farm families and to spread the message that suicide can be prevented. This included billboard placement, more than 1,000 television spots, placing printed information at 19 sites in the lower three counties where farmers may gather, and appearances at agricultural-related events.

Jesse Klump Memorial Fund President Kim Klump said a report from the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) noted the high suicide risk associated with farmers, forestry workers and commercial fishermen.


WALSH: Calling Gun Confiscation A ‘Mandatory Buyback’ Is Like Calling Armed Robbery A ‘Compelled Donation’

Democrats have ramped up their extremist anti-gun rhetoric in the wake of the mass shooting in Odessa, Texas over the weekend that left seven dead and dozens injured. Of course, as usual, the gun debate misses the point. The shooter on Saturday was a psychotic lunatic who previously failed a gun purchase background check, had called the FBI many times over the years to leave incoherent messages, and finally snapped after being fired from his job. It appears that this tragedy was entirely preventable, had already existing laws been followed and red flags been heeded.

Adding more laws on top of the mass of unfollowed or ineffective ones will not achieve anything. The shooter in Dayton, Ohio last month was known to keep a list of people he wanted to kill and rape. It should not have been necessary to take everyone's guns away in order to forbid that particular dangerous nutjob from obtaining a firearm. In the same way, a nationwide gun control initiative is not needed, and would not be the most effective means, to disarm a paranoid weirdo whose favorite hobby is rambling to the FBI's answering machine.

But Democrats are not interested in effective solutions. Hence former Vice President Joe Biden's call for a ban on magazines that "hold multiple bullets" — as opposed to magazines that contain just one bullet, I guess — and former Rep. Beto O'Rourke's (D-TX) proposal of a "buy back" program. Here's how the congressman explained this idea to reporters:


American Factory Activity Shrank in August

U.S. manufacturing activity shrank in August to its lowest level since January 2016, according to Tuesday’s Institute for Supply Management manufacturing index.

The ISM’s index of overall factory activity fell to 49.1 in August from 51.2 a month earlier. Economists had expected it to remain steady or slightly contract but to remain above 50.

Readings below 50 signal contraction. The last time the index signaled a contraction was January 2016, when the gauge fell to 48.


Omar’s Husband Wants Divorce After Bombshell ‘Homewrecker’ Allegations, Source Says

Ahmed Hirsi, the husband of far-left Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), reportedly wants a divorce after the bombshell "homewrecker" allegations came out against Omar last week in divorce filings.

A source told The New York Post that Hirsi "is poised to file for divorce after the revelation in a bombshell court filing that she allegedly had an affair with DC political consultant Tim Mynett."

"The Minnesota congresswoman and her husband allegedly separated in March, and Omar asked Hirsi to divorce her around that time because she didn't want to file the papers — but Hirsi refused, telling her if she wanted a divorce she should do it herself, said the source, who has known both parties for 20 years," The New York Post reports. "The husband allegedly changed his mind after Tim Mynett's wife last week filed bombshell divorce papers claiming her spouse was having an affair with the Somali-born US representative — with Hirsi said to be angry he had been made to look the fool by the allegations of an extramarital affair."


Defense secretary greenlights $3.6 billion for 175 miles of border wall

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper informed Congress on Tuesday he authorized $3.6 billion to be reallocated from military construction projects to be used to build more walls along the U.S.-Mexico border.

"Based on analysis and advice from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and input from the Commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the Department of the Interior and pursuant to the authority granted to me in Section 2808, I have determined that 11 military construction projects, along the international border with Mexico, with an estimated total cost of $3.6 billion, are necessary to support the use of the armed forces in connection with the national emergency," Esper wrote in a letter addressed to Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Sen. James Inhofe.

"These projects will deter illegal entry, increase the vanishing time of those illegally crossing the border, and channel migrants to ports of entry," he said.


No charges in killing of Va. intruder who thought ‘friends were pranking him’

A Howard County, Maryland, homeowner will not face charges for fatally shooting a man who prosecutors said probably went to the wrong house and thought his friends were playing a prank on him by intentionally locking him out.

Howard County State’s Attorney Rich Gibson said he will not press charges against Charles Dorsey, 56, who shot and killed 46-year-old Gerardo Espinoza on July 21.

Espinoza, who was visiting from Chantilly, Virginia, was at a pool party at his friend’s house and had been drinking when he knocked on Dorsey’s door at 1 a.m.

Prosecutors said that Espinoza got lost and thought that Dorsey’s house was his friend’s.


Whoopi Goldberg rips into Debra Messing and Eric McCormack for demanding Trump donor 'blacklist'

Whoopi Goldberg, host of ABC's The View, slammed Will & Grace actors Debra Messing and Eric McCormack after they demanded a list of attendees to a Hollywood fundraiser for President Trump be made public.

"Listen, the last time people did this. People ended up killing themselves. This is not a good idea," Goldberg said as she compared the actors' insistence for a public list of Trump donors to McCarthyism. "We had something called a blacklist, and a lot of really good people were accused of stuff. Nobody cared whether it was true or not. They were accused. And they lost their right to work."

"In this country, people can vote for who they want to. That is one of the great rights of this country. You don’t have to like it, but we don’t go after people because we don’t like who they voted for. We don’t go after them that way. We can talk about issues and stuff, but we don’t print out lists. I’m sure you guys misspoke when you said that because it sounded like a good idea. Think about it. Read about it. Remember what the blacklist actually meant to people and don’t encourage anyone, anyone, to do it."


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