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Paul I is of justice.
Triple threat novel -- development.
Triple threat mean 93 women who -- friends a federal prosecutor and FBI agent and a TV reporter -- -- federal prosecutor my dad was FBI agent and now I've.
A sense -- TV reporter they get together and they solve murder mysteries but in eyes of justice one of the people that has murdered.
Is one of ladies have become on the -- on a protagonist -- more it's how many of these triple drug marks a rebound this is the fourth one.
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And she helps with bucks 'cause I can possibly do this by myself.
And socially borrowers you -- -- of the plot all out.
And tolerant than she writes and I know I write it and then she goes over what I've go back and forth don't.
Let's not work time BI has I have two kids and job that I would like to my sanity -- -- -- -- -- on and talk and then.
Well -- anywhere -- -- got a nice series going efficiently and I had movies at any CBS's option that so we'll see that the great thing -- -- again.
Portrait what are portola arm -- and -- -- Of an extension to emails on that doesn't mean you're gonna oversee doctor MacKenzie you know stores.
To get act I got I have great doctors and now -- doctors are great candidate -- -- -- and none of them.
-- -- -- -- Correct that's -- -- -- they can't be fat now about landed a job well -- I don't know.
Well that's an inside just because his doctor actually get -- we're talking to them.
Had heard from someone that I thought that -- called them.
Hey you know talk about as bad actors -- that -- right -- when of course people -- -- think is of course.
-- -- -- we are talking about that what I've heard on his doctors doctors trying to wreck or growth draconian intent to return so.
-- real determinant but there's little bit of -- you had in -- you know they'll stop lets him yet.
I government Judy brown are -- somewhat in our government.
Of course on connect lover and you don't want to begging -- to stop talking about currently doesn't think it makes good morning television.
But -- government to -- morning reveals little.
But it's what Simon didn't you offer to give money to the kids in your account your your -- Asia and origin what is not good at what do you think that's also now emotional and psychological absolutely yankees are very carefully notional and the you know you everything affect you emotionally -- So all I know -- aren't great I don't.
We have the we have the primaries last night runner won all three -- -- I -- -- over I mean I think -- Romney epic album with -- I know we was saying this for weeks but I really think at this point.
Three states and about DC in the state that three entities like that's it it's over he's the nominee just further validating Romney's demand -- and -- an -- He's just horrible.
There's even closer sent torment he was what got like 29%.
Vs of anyone something I even had a shot at -- is a -- -- well Wisconsin all.
Wisconsin he ended up -- got to look at the exact it was a wide percentages while you do it but -- you ended up -- you don't -- -- and we give -- the and it inaccurate percentage forty or thirty years of us well sounds about right club blog Wisconsin.
but at -- -- and all -- how why do you want -- you know he's got what 600 out why drug.
Laudable Romney and -- until now why don't wanna -- hundred to zero.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- one in a radio -- numerous search.
It comes from 2008.
-- -- the latest figures available.
Showing one and 88 -- children have autism spectrum disorders.
-- -- -- -- Over why this and an increase -- there's definitely -- there was no change in the criteria for diagnosis.
It's again going back to these environmental manager quietly been talking about -- they've widened to us right were down.
The spectrum of -- -- war -- included.
Now again there was no change.
The criteria for breast diagnosis of what I just wanna make sure I understand and so you're saying since 2002.
There are set an eight -- out.
Update -- -- 78% more kids are being diagnosed with autism and the and the tests have not changed at all now the diagnosis for criteria the criteria for diagnosis has not changed.
We this that is just come up and -- that it I want an exact I think every Friday ignoring -- Why the largest increases in autism prevalence -- -- found among black and Hispanic children.
-- of lagged behind -- In -- -- numbers are higher for boys.
One in 54 holt.
One and -- as low as one and 29 in parts of New Jersey as well so you did you tell environment do you think it's what -- eating you think it's what of course everything.
You yes you have still a deathly environment and then the big question is what do all these -- have in common because we're talking this is an epidemic proportions now this is.
Way out of control it's way past the tipping point of the toxic body burden that we -- care and what's the answer what do they all have well it's a combination of many things and one you cannot ignore.
Is the one thing all of our children have in common is the vaccine schedule -- Vaccines play heavily.
But -- vaccines have been around for a lot lot longer than the study mean that that doesn't make it yeah.
It's not gonna -- I have but there have been many changes in the vaccine schedule when you and I were kids I got a maximum of eight to ten vaccines.
By the time a child is.
Up to 1015 years old they've gotten over fifty.
50 over fifty vaccinations.
And many of those vaccinations have toxins like Mercury and aluminum.
That are known to be -- toxic credit.
-- impaired haven't they taken not timer are saw a lot of these facts and in some and where they took out -- -- marrow cell.
In some of them they replaced it with a another justice toxic.
-- called aluminum.
So and there's been studies done on that.
To actors from preservative to act as preservatives yes this so so we have a we have a generation of children.
That have gotten many more vaccines that we ever did -- not entirely my all time.
This is all true don't you think the pharmaceutical companies.
Because they want care about the bottom line items to needing care about the kit because they care about the bottom line would know that would know that those things are I -- -- I would not wanna do that because they want to protect their own bottom line.
It now what -- saying another factor why that particular group least legally the pharmaceutical companies have -- Become exempt from that there's no liability.
That's why there's a -- true -- don't causation.
In acting they.
Have in a vexing -- there have been many cases where that it's been proven that in the -- -- I think but the actual manufacturers.
In their closet is a man not acting -- -- -- and legally.
-- -- -- unbelievable that any kind of lawyer would -- worth his or her salt would say if you know pharmaceutical company that you're putting in something that is actually -- toxic.
-- held liable you know look into this legally -- it that's been a major part of all of us.
Thousands of families -- have have full.
On this issue.
Because the manufactures have made themselves legally exempt from all of this liability you can't become barely exempt if you knowingly poison -- attributing it to a bit like what we're really.
-- -- -- They're not directly being I assume that the liabilities -- and then it goes gone from magazine or understand that the -- -- maximum draw.
I can't let that I think really isn't popular there.
They're my reason for that unbelievable -- -- of her out of court and a tough rhetoric what is Atlanta.
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