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Professor Griff will be live in the chat room with Robinlynne on Thursday Jan 28th at 8pm Est. Call in tune in Get in where You fit In 605-562-3140 pin 554747# VIBESLIVE.COM. Professor Griff will give us His insight as only He can and bring us up to speed on Sirius Mindz Radio and Millennium5, The Complete Music Media Company. Millennium Music Media Please watch the power point presentation (Professor Griff) radio which is now Sirius Mindz Radio

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THE AWESOME MORGAN FLOWERCHILD OF FLOWERCHILD PRODUCTIONS WILL BE IN THE HOUSE LIVE WITH ROBINLYNNE IN THE VIBES-LIVE CHATROOM. CALL IN TUNE IN GET IN WHERE YOU FIT IN 12/11/15 9PM EST 605-562-3140 PIN 554747# Morgan Jones was born and raised in Westchester, N.Y. She began her performance journey, at age 5, as a dancer and choreographer for her family’s R&B and Rap group.   She went on to pursue a BFA in Professional Theatre at N.C. A&T State University. There, she won critical acclaim for roles in For Colored Girlsas the Lady in Green and in Blues for an Alabama Sky as Angel Allen.   She has an extensive resume (to follow). Morgan was trained and mentored in dance by Dr. Eleanor Gwynn and Tina Liggins while pursuing her theatre degree. Morgan choreographed Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity as a student at A&T, which ignited her passion for directing and choreographing musical theatre productions. After college Morgan’s talent was recognized by Christopher “Play”…

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg authorities released police dash and body camera videos on Saturday, depicting the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott by officers on Sept. 20, 2016. The family of Mr. Scott released video shot by his wife on Friday. Photo: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department

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Iranian women have taken to their bicycles to oppose a religious ruling banning them from riding in public places. The unexpected "fatwa," or religious ruling, by the country’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, says a woman riding a bicycle not only attracts the attention of men, but also "exposes the society to sedition." Photo: Facebook/My Stealthy Freedom

Electric cars are greener in France than in China via Newsbeat
Want to save the environment by purchasing an electric car? Drive it in Norway. The environmental benefits of riding around town in an electric car over a conventional gasoline-fueled version can vary greatly depending on where it was charged. While electric cars on a whole have been shown to be greener than the fossil-fuel-burning masses, the power source that generates the electricity to charge their batteries makes a big difference. Countries that use cleaner sources of energy can help maximize the benefits of an electrically charged car. Norway, for example, is an almost completely hydro-powered nation while France relies heavily on nuclear and renewable energy. China on the other hand is still mostly coal-powered. That means an electric car in China is only 15% cleaner than a fossil fuel car, compared to a worldwide average of 40%, according to a Bloomberg News analysis. Several major car companies have electric cars to sell—and those that don’t will soon. All of those…
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This is a dreadful time to be a wolf in Norway. Norwegian officials on Friday approved the killing of 47 wolves, more than two-thirds of the population of about 68 wolves living in the country, a move that has sparked outrage among conservation groups. Most of the animals live in a designated “wolf zone” in southeastern Norway, the only place where they are allowed to reproduce. Within the zone, 24 wolves will be shot, while another 13 will be killed in adjacent areas and 10 more culled in other areas of the country. The government says the wolves are preying on domestic sheep. If carried out, it will be the largest wolf cull in more than a century. “We think this is a disastrous decision,” said Arnodd Håpnes, conservation manager for Friends of the Earth Norway. “It’s horrible because wolves in Norway are listed as critically endangered by the [International Union for Conservation of Nature].” “This is a very, very negative kind of nature management,” he added. “They will be…
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ost newly-elected presidents spend their first 100 days on big, bold ideas. With a new administration seated and a new atmosphere in Washington, incoming presidents attempt to capitalize on their election victories in the hope of pushing through initiatives that would be politically impossible in normal circumstances. President Barack Obama not only followed that precedent, but went above and beyond any of his successors by calling for a world without nuclear weapons. In one of his first significant foreign policy speeches of his presidency, President Obama addressed a crowd in Prague and let it be known that the United States would redouble its efforts to make a nuclear-weapons free world more more than an optimistic, pie-in-the-sky talking point. “[A]s the only nuclear power to have used a nuclear weapon,” Obama said, “the United States has a moral responsibility to act. We cannot succeed in this endeavor alone, but we can lead it, we can start it. So today, I state clearly and…
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The newest pharma villain Novum is charging $9,561 for a tube of skin cream via Newsbeat
Mylan CEO Heather Bresch is being grilled by Congress Sept. 21 over the pricing of the EpiPen, which has climbed 400% since her company acquired the device in 2007. She might want to make room at the witness table for Todd Smith, the CEO of Novum. According to the Financial Times, Novum just hiked the price of its prescription skin cream Aloquin by 128%. A small tube now costs $9,561, or about the price of this home in Detroit. Aloquin is used to treat acne and eczema, and is made with ingredients that can be bought at a pharmacy for less than $40, according to the FT. The US Food and Drug Administration calls it “possibly effective.” Novum, based in Chicago, acquired Aloquin from Primus Pharmaceuticals in 2015, when it cost $241.50, then overnight raised it more than 1,000%, the FT reported. It has raised prices twice since then. The company has also jacked up the prices of its two other prescription skin treatments. Novum was founded last year and focuses on “acquiring and…

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