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PROFESSOR GRIFF SPEAKS ON CURRENT AFFAIRS IN ENTERTAINMENT AND THE UPCOMING ELECTION

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 www.millennium5.com Please watch the power point presentation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGAXQFfgUoA www.professorgriff.me www.facebook.com/kavonshah (Professor Griff)   www.fackbook.com/nmemindz radio which is now Sirius Mindz Radio

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MORGAN FLOWERCHILD 12/11/15 9PM EST 605-562-3140 PIN 554747# vibeslive.com

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# vibeslive.com 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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GET IN THE VIBES-LIVE CHAT ROOM LIVE ON FRIDAY DECEMBER 4TH AT 9:30 PM EST. MY SPECIAL GUEST WILL BE NONE OTHER THAN MISS JASMINE NICOLE - AMERICAS SWEETHEART - MODEL- ACTRESS! NOT UP AND COMING BUT HERE AND HERE! JASMINE ALSO SERVED AS THE VERY FIRST SPOKESPERSON FOR ROBINYNNES PRODUCTIONS. I PERSONALLY CAN'T WAIT TO FIND OUT WHAT SHE'S BEEN UP TO! TUNE IN http://vibes-live.com or call in 605-562-3140 pin 554747#  Read more at http://robinlynnesproductions.ning.com/members/JasmineNicole#tGS6ZU9iggDsDYUd.99

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North Korea Threatens U.S. Over Sanctions via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

Shortly after U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called for pressing Pyongyang at an Asean meeting on Tuesday, North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho said the U.S. would pay "a terrifying price" for leading new sanctions against his country. Photo: AP

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Bill Clinton at DNC 2016: Makes Case for Hillary as 'Change Maker' via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

WSJ's Aaron Zitner joins Washington bureau chief Gerald F. Seib at the Democratic National Convention to discuss former President Bill Clinton's characterization of his wife as a "change maker" and Sen. Bernie Sanders's role in bridging the gap between his and Hillary Clinton's supporters. Photo: Getty Images

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Apple Profits Slump via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

Apple reported Tuesday that profit fell 27% in the latest quarter as the company grappled with the first prolonged slump in iPhone sales since the product was introduced in 2007. Photo: AP

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Mothers of the Movement on Why They're Voting for Clinton via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

The mothers of Sandra Bland, Jordan Davis and Trayvon Martin speak at the Democratic National Convention about their efforts to improve relations between communities and police in order to save children's lives. Photo: DNC

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Protests Persist as Curfew Is Lifted in Kashmir via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

The latest surge in fighting in India’s Kashmir region has left dozens dead and raised questions about the country's governance of the predominantly Muslim territory. Photo: Getty

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Lena Dunham, America Ferrara on Immigrants and Women's Rights via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

Actresses Lena Dunham and America Ferrara took the stage at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday night to draw comparisons between Donald Trump's and Hillary Clinton's positions on the children of immigrant parents and the reproductive rights of women. Photo: Getty

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Hillary Clinton's Milestone: Mixed Reaction from Women via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

Hillary Clinton is officially the first female presidential nominee of a major party, but women who witnessed the milestone at the Democratic National Convention have different opinions on the historic moment. WSJ's Shelby Holliday reports. Photo: Getty Images

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Hillary Clinton Wins Democratic Nomination via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

In a symbol of unity, Sen. Bernie Sanders moves to surrender his delegates and make Hillary Clinton the official Democratic nominee for president. Photo: Reuters

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The Mystery of the Missing Craters on Dwarf Planet Ceres via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

Scientists have made a puzzling discovery while studying the surface of dwarf planet Ceres: large craters thought to have formed on Ceres billions of years ago are nowhere to be found. WSJ's Monika Auger reports. Photo: SwRI/Simone Marchi

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Podesta: Clinton vs. Trump on National Security via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

John Podesta, the chair of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, talks about how Hillary Clinton’s approach on national security differs from that of Republican nominee Donald Trump when it comes to NATO and Muslim communities in the U.S. Photo: T.J. Kirkpatrick for The Wall Street Journal

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DNC Shows Off Diversity Through Speakers, Bathrooms via WSJ Live Video - WSJ Editor Video Picks

The Democrats are trying to reflect their progressive and inclusive platform through gender-neutral bathrooms and diverse speakers at their convention. Photo: Getty

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Your Smart Robot Is Coming in Five Years, But It Might Get Hacked and Kill You via Newsbeat
A new report commissioned by the Department of Homeland Security forecasts that autonomous artificially intelligent robots are just five to 10 years away from hitting the mainstream—but there’s a catch. The new breed of smart robots will be eminently hackable. To the point that they might be re-programmed to kill you. The study, published in April, attempted to assess which emerging technology trends are most likely to go mainstream, while simultaneously posing serious “cybersecurity” problems. The good news is that the near future is going to see some rapid, revolutionary changes that could dramatically enhance our lives. The bad news is that the technologies pitched to “become successful and transformative” in the next decade or so are extremely vulnerable to all sorts of back-door, front-door, and side-door compromises. The report, "2016 Emerging Technology Domains Risk Survey," was conducted by the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, a…
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Americans are as skeptical of Black Lives Matter as they were of the Civil Rights Movement via Newsbeat
America has a long history of resisting black-led social justice movements. Three years after the Black Lives Matter movement began, not everyone understands the movement’s mission. And as evidenced during the Republican National Convention, some people like Donald Trump are invested in exploiting those misunderstandings for political points. But the fire Trump’s igniting is fueled by a country that has historically resisted black social justice movements. According to American National Election Studies, 57 percent of Americans in 1964 said most of black people’s actions during the Civil Rights Movement in the most recent year were violent. Sixty-three percent of Americans believed that the Civil Rights Movement was moving “too fast.” And a majority of Americans (58 percent) believed that black people’s actions for the movement hurt their own cause. And just a reminder: Two of the key actions by civil rights activists in 1963 were the March on Washington, where Dr. Martin Luther…
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How Pokémon Go changes the geography of cities via Newsbeat
Pokémon Go may have more people than usual staring down at their smartphone screens, but don’t let that fool you: One of the most fascinating aspects of the Pokémon Go phenomenon has been the way it’s made people more aware than usual of their surroundings because the gyms and pokéstops that make up the augmented reality game’s virtual hotspots are overlaid on places of interest in the real world. “Pokémon Go kept me outside and active, and it turned out that searching for the adorable little monsters in augmented reality gave me a new way to enjoy the city around me,” wrote Sarah Jeong in the NYT’s Room for Debate. “I spent days discovering historical landmarks, parks, statues and street art all around the places Pokémon were hiding.” People are seeing and noticing murals and other local landmarks that they might otherwise pass by without a second thought. A colleague who is moving to a new city said Pokémon Go was incredibly useful in helping him get to know a neighborhood he was…
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Rio 2016's record-breaking haul: 42 condoms per athlete via Newsbeat
Seventeen days, 10,500 athletes, 33 venues, and 450,000 condoms. That’s how many camisinhas (little shirts in Brazilian slang) are being supplied by the International Olympics Committee for the 2016 Rio Summer Games. Forty-two per athlete, to be specific, which, even by Olympic standards, is a hell of a lot. Welcome to the most promiscuous Olympics in history. The provision of 350,000 condoms, 100,000 female condoms and 175,000 packets of lubricant for Rio’s Olympic Village – the usual mix of ripped athletes, condos, shops, bars, clubs and, erm, McDonald’s - is three times higher than the London 2012 allowance of 150,000 condoms, which prompted tabloids to dub it “the raunchiest games ever”. “It is an absolutely huge allocation of condoms,” admits Olympic rowing gold and silver medallist Zac Purchase, who retired from rowing in 2014 and competed in London and Beijing. “But it is all so far from the truth of what it’s like to be in there. It’s not some sexualised cauldron of…
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Scientists think they've found the origin of all earthy life via Newsbeat
Four billion years ago, sometime around Earth's 560 millionth birthday, Luca was born. Luca is your great-to-an-infinite-degree grandmother and grandfather, as it is your dog's and your goldfish's and your ficus'. Every living thing on earth owes it existence to Luca, whose very name stands for "Last Universal Common Ancestor." It is the origin of life of earth, from which the rest of us evolved. And now scientists believe they have mapped a genetic picture of the qualities that would have belonged to Luca, giving us a startling look at how life on earth might have began: ...By comparing their sequence of DNA letters, genes can be arranged in evolutionary family trees, a property that enabled [Dr. William F.] Martin and his colleagues to assign the six million genes to a much smaller number of gene families. Of these, only 355 met their criteria for having probably originated in Luca, the joint ancestor of bacteria and archaea. Genes are adapted to an organism's environment. So Dr.…
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Different Breeds Of Convention Democrats Ask: Whose Party Is This, Anyway? via Newsbeat
Democrats have become accustomed to having the best speech at their quadrennial convention given by someone named Obama. This year, that person might also be named Michelle. Hers was not the keynote, nor the most anticipated, nor the longest speech of the night. But it mesmerized and subdued the raucous and rebellious crowd, focusing the enormous energy of Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Arena just where convention organizers had hoped — on Hillary Clinton. The current first lady's highly personal remarks included a moving reflection on raising two African-American daughters in a White House "built by slaves." Her voice broke with emotion when she added that these two children of the first black president could now see the prospect of the first female president. For the record, her time on stage proved to be the least-interrupted interval in a night of remarkable rudeness toward speakers on the podium and toward the name of Hillary Clinton. Convention officials, congressional leaders…
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How to catch a poacher: Breaking Bad and fake eggs via Newsbeat
ometimes life really does imitate art. In the fourth season of the hit TV show, Breaking Bad, police put GPS devices on barrels of methylamine to try and track the show’s protagonists to their meth lab. Inspired by the episode, Kim Williams-Guillen, a conservationist with Paso Pacifico, decided to take the concept one step further: what if you could catch wildlife poachers by slipping GPS devices into convincingly faked wildlife parts? In this case: Hollywood-inspired, high-tech sea turtle eggs; fake eggs so convincingly crafted that poachers would have a hard time distinguishing them from the real thing. “Every year millions of sea turtle eggs are taken by poachers for sale on the black market. Paso Pacifico’s solution has the potential to reveal the trade routes and destination markets for trafficked sea turtle eggs,” the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) said. The USAID recently awarded Paso Pacifico $10,000 for its idea through theirWildlife Tech Challenge, a…
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The most influential person in news is almost certainly over. via Newsbeat
As a chorus of prominent Fox News women have gone public defending Roger Ailes against the wave of sexual-harassment allegations sparked by former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit, the network’s biggest star, Megyn Kelly, has been conspicuously silent. Kelly’s refusal to join in Ailes’s orchestrated defense has led to speculation about why. Now we have the answer. According to two sources briefed on parent company 21st Century Fox’s outside probe of the Fox News executive, led by New York–based law firm Paul, Weiss, Kelly has told investigators that Ailes made unwanted sexual advances toward her about ten years ago when she was a young correspondent at Fox. Kelly, according to the sources, has described her harassment by Ailes in detail. Kelly’s comments to investigators might explain why the Murdochs are moving so quickly to oust Ailes. As New York reported yesterday, Rupert and sons James and Lachlan, the three top executives at 21st Century Fox, have, according to…
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Is Russia meddling with the U.S. election? via Newsbeat
The possibility of Vladimir Putin directly and significantly influencing the 2016 presidential election is no longer the stuff of pulp thrillers. It is looking more and more plausible. And if it's true, it should give everyone pause. Even as the Democratic National Convention convenes to coronate Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party is clambering to stem the damage caused by a massive hack that leaked nearly 20,000 emails from the Democratic National Committee. This attack follows hot on the heels of the so-called Guccifer 2.0 leak in June, which uncovered the DNC's opposition file on Donald Trump, as well as some donor data. Evidence is building that both leaks are part of a Russian intelligence operation. There were already some clues that suggest "Guccifer 2.0," the hacker (or hackers) behind the June attack, had links to Russia. Now, The New York Times reports that "researchers have concluded that the national committee was breached by two Russian intelligence agencies, which…
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