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While Iran’s backing of Hamas in Gaza and Hezbollah in Lebanon is widely known, the regime is quietly carrying out a shadow war in the U.S. and Europe, deploying proxy assassins to silence or eliminate critics of the regime. Britain’s head of counter-terrorism policing, Matt Jukes, tells correspondent Lesley Stahl they’re noticing a significant uptick in Iran’s efforts. In the U.S., Stahl meets some of the targets, including former White House National Security Adviser John Bolton and Iranian American activist Masih Alinejad. Correspondent Bill Whitaker reports from the conservative state of Wyoming and meets with its surprisingly climate-crusading Republican governor, Mark Gordon. Currently in his second term, Gordon has set a goal to make Wyoming not just carbon-neutral but carbon-negative in CO2 emissions. It’s an audacious idea, since Wyoming is the nation’s largest coal-producer by far. Despite heat from climate change deniers in his own party, Gordon tells Whitaker he’s sticking to his goal, and to his “all of the above” approach to energy. Cecilia Vega profiles international punk rock, pop princess, Alecia Moore - also known as Pink - as she hits 25 years of her successful music-making career. Vega meets Pink at her home in California, stops backstage on her tour and traces her somewhat troubled journey to superstardom.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
In the aftermath of President Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election, Republicans in seven states where he won, including Wisconsin, banded together and cast fake electoral votes for Donald Trump. Correspondent Anderson Cooper reports on Wisconsin's fake presidential electors and interviews Andrew Hitt, an attorney and former GOP state chair, who claims he and his fellow fake electors were tricked into signing the documents. Special Counsel Jack Smith alleges the fake votes were part of a plan, orchestrated by Donald Trump and conspirators, to try to overturn the election. Margaret Brennan conducts the first interview with one of the five American prisoners freed from Iran. With 200 hostages reportedly being held in Gaza, and 13 Americans unaccounted for, Emad Shargi’s harrowing story is a stark illustration of the difficulties and perils involved in bringing citizens home. In a broadcast exclusive, Bill Whitaker profiles mega sports agent Rich Paul. The founder and CEO of Klutch Sports Group represents NBA sensations like LeBron James and Draymond Green and negotiated almost $900 million in deals this past summer alone. Whitaker traces Paul's unlikely journey from the east side of Cleveland to his glittering life today and scores an invite to the Klutch All-Star Game party, one of the hottest tickets in the NBA.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
After President Biden and former President Trump’s visits to the Texas-Mexico border, correspondent Cecilia Vega reports from Eagle Pass, Texas, where she interviewed Governor Greg Abbott. The governor’s controversial border enforcement effort, known as Operation Lone Star, has led to a showdown with the federal government. Bill Whitaker reports from the Isle of Man on the longest-running and most dangerous motorcycle race on earth: The Isle of Man TT. Once the seat of a Viking Kingdom, the 30 mile-long island sits in the middle of the Irish Sea, with England to the east and Ireland to the west. Whitaker examines the distinct Manx identity and the role a collision of cultures played in shaping such a wild and improbable race. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Norah O'Donnell meets Pope Francis for a rare and historic interview at his home, the Santa Marta guest house in Vatican City, a week before the Catholic Church hosts its inaugural World Children's Day. The 87-year-old, Argentinian-born pope - the first named Francis and first from the Americas - is known for his dedication to the poor and marginalized, and for being the most unconventional head of the Church in recent memory. He spoke candidly with O’Donnell about the wars in Israel and Gaza, Ukraine, and the migration crises around the world and on the U.S. southern border. The wide-ranging conversation also touches upon the Church's handling of its own sexual abuse scandals; Francis' deep commitment to inclusiveness within the Church; the backlash against his papacy from certain corners of U.S. Catholicism; and an exploration of his thinking on surrogate parenthood. For decades, prolific Cuban spies working in the U.S. government, serving in high profile positions with top security clearances, have evaded American intelligence officials. Correspondent Cecilia Vega reports from Washington, D.C. and Miami on the stories of two such undercover agents, former U.S. Ambassador Victor Manuel Rocha and onetime Pentagon official Ana Montes. Cuba continues to supply one of the most dangerous exports to American adversaries around the world: American secrets. When a photo album depicting Nazis socializing at dinner parties and picnics arrived at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2007, historians weren’t sure what to make of it. After an extensive investigation, it turned out to be a rare personal scrapbook of a high-ranking Nazi officer who helped run the daily operations of Auschwitz, the concentration camp where more than a million people, mostly Jews, were murdered. Correspondent Anderson Cooper tells the story behind the album and why acclaimed theater director Moises Kaufman decided to turn it into a new Off Broadway play called HERE THERE ARE BLUEBERRIES.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Reporting from Israel, correspondent Lesley Stahl delivers the latest on the consequential three-fronts where the country is currently engaged, that have heightened security threats internationally since the Oct. 7 terror attacks: Gaza in the south, Hezbollah in the north and Iran in the east. As Spain fights for the extradition of a former U.S. Marine for his attempt to aid North Korean embassy workers in defecting in Madrid, correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi interviews the man at the center, Christopher Ahn, in Southern California. Ahn details his 2019 mission with Cheollima Civil Defense to free the North Koreans and the legal hurdles he’s now facing at home and abroad as the FBI warns his life is in danger. This is a double-length segment.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Norah O’Donnell profiles Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, the Democratic leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, who might become the first ever Black Speaker of the House, by tracing his Brooklyn roots to one of the most powerful positions in American politics. O’Donnell meets Jeffries on Capitol Hill to talk about his caucus’s decision to save current Speaker Mike Johnson’s job, his views on Israel’s approach to Hamas and the civilian casualties in Gaza, the migrant crisis, and how the debate over reproductive rights will impact the race for the White House and Congress.As the American wealth gap continues to widen, correspondent Jon Wertheim reports on an unlikely effort to get more money in the hands of rank-and-file workers. Pete Stavros is an executive at one of the biggest private equity firms in the country, KKR. His industry is famously cutthroat, but Stavros has emerged as a leading advocate for the concept of employee ownership, which takes the same incentives that have long helped the C-suite get rich and applies them to people working factories, flatbeds and farms. Wertheim travels to rural Illinois to find out how this model has impacted workers, and whether it’s good for business. Correspondent Bill Whitaker visits New Orleans where two high school seniors solved a mathematical puzzle that was thought to be impossible for 2,000 years. Whitaker speaks to the students, their families and the teachers at their school, St. Mary's Academy, that has been fostering academic excellence and boundless possibilities for its student body of African American girls since the end of the Civil War. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Correspondent Scott Pelley reports on America’s children of war, often overlooked, who live with disabled military veterans. Millions of American youth across the country navigate complex childhoods, witness the emotional and physical impact of service on wounded warriors, and help the veteran and their families through hard times. Pelley speaks with Senator Elizabeth Dole, who created a foundation to support military caregivers, and two families of U.S. veterans who have carried the burden of America’s post-9/11 wars. One of only five companies to ever surpass two trillion dollars in stock market value, computer chip maker Nvidia ushered in the artificial intelligence revolution with its groundbreaking software and graphics processing unit, a chip that enables AI by accelerating the processing power of computers. Correspondent Bill Whitaker meets Nvidia’s CEO and co-founder, Jensen Huang, to discuss the company’s innovations and the rapidly expanding range of AI applications, including drug development, weather pattern prediction, and more.Soon after a fuel spill occurred close to the Navy’s main drinking water system at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, base leadership assured thousands of families in military housing that their tap water was safe. Parents later learned the truth: the water they drank or used to bathe their children was contaminated with jet fuel. Correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi tours the once secret fuel storage site where the water crisis at Pearl Harbor began and meets military families who blame their health problems on the Navy’s response to the spill.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Since taking office as the U.S. Secretary of Commerce under the Biden administration, Gina Raimondo has turned the second-tier agency into a center of national security, manufacturing, and job creation. Correspondent Lesley Stahl meets Raimondo - including in her home state of Rhode Island, where she previously served as governor - to talk about the international “chip war” after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the escalating trade tensions with China over U.S. restrictions on the sale of leading-edge semiconductors and U.S. jobs hanging in the balance. Raimondo also shares the path that brought her to lead President Joe Biden’s Department of Commerce. Less than 100 miles from Britain’s mainland lie the Channel Islands, British Crown dependencies, with a fraught and hotly debated history. 60 Minutes contributor Holly Williams visits the islands that were occupied by Germany for five years during World War II and where the Nazis operated two concentration camps. Williams speaks with historians, British government officials and longtime residents to find out what really happened. Correspondent Anderson Cooper profiles Kevin Hart, the highest grossing comedian today and bankable movie star, who is now adding a new title to his resume – entertainment and business mogul. Cooper goes backstage with Hart in Pasadena, California to watch him test out new material for an upcoming comedy tour and sits down with him at his headquarters in Los Angeles to talk about the business of being funny and his growing empire.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
SCATTERED SPIDER – A surprisingly young cohort of hackers paralyzed some of Las Vegas' biggest hotels and casinos last fall, demanding an exorbitant ransom. The FBI and cyber security researchers call them "Scattered Spider" and say they are predominantly made up of native English-speaking hackers from Western countries, including the United States. Correspondent Bill Whitaker reports on the attack that brought operations at the MGM Grand, Aria and Bellagio, among others, to a standstill, and how the hackers teamed up with the notorious Russian ransomware gang behind the recent hack on UnitedHealth Group. Graham Messick is the producer.KNIFE – In his first television interview since he was attacked at a literary festival in Chautauqua, New York almost two years ago, author Salman Rushdie details his experience to correspondent Anderson Cooper. Rushdie, who was stabbed 15 times and lost his right eye, has come to terms with the attack by writing about it in his new book, KNIFE (Penguin, 2024.) He talks to Cooper about Iran's religious decree—or fatwa—that called for his death 35 years ago, his years in hiding, and how he reclaimed his life in the U.S. before he was nearly killed by an assailant wielding a knife. Michael Gavshon and Nadim Roberts are the producers.TASMANIAN TIGER – 60 MINUTES correspondent Jon Wertheim reports from the Australian island of Tasmania on the mysterious thylacine or Tasmanian tiger – an apex predator not seen since last century, but renowned through local folklore. Though the tiger was declared extinct 40 years ago, Wertheim meets those looking for the creature in the bush and the lab, and one way or another, are certain of its enduring survival. Jacqueline Williams is the producer.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Scott Pelley travels to Izium, Ukraine, – one of the worst areas for landmines. He meets injured civilians, a doctor treating them, and the deminers working to clear their land, mine by mine. Would you replace your therapist with a chatbot? CBS News’ Dr. Jon LaPook reports on using AI-powered chatbots as a mental health support. A thief from Pennsylvania spent decades stealing priceless sports memorabilia – including Yogi Berra’s World Series rings, which he says he melted down for cash. He tells Jon Wertheim how and why he did it.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
In the fourth installment of a five-year investigation into potential attacks on American government officials and a condition, known as Havana Syndrome, correspondent Scott Pelley reports on the intriguing case of an FBI official who says she was targeted inside the U.S., and on new information about the Pentagon's global investigation into these mysterious incidents. For the first time, sources tell 60 Minutes they have evidence that a U.S. adversary may be involved. Bill Whitaker reports from the chaotic and high-speed racetrack of “America’s original extreme sport” - Indian Relay. As horse nation tribes unite for an exciting and dangerous bareback horse race, Whitaker looks at how the sport continues to grow and offer new opportunities of pride to the next generation of Native American youth.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The Supreme Court will soon decide whether social media platforms have the right to decide what users can say on their sites. Correspondent Lesley Stahl speaks with: Rep. Jim Jordan, a misinformation researcher, and a former Facebook executive. Charismatic and controversial, Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador – known by his initials AMLO – is a popular leftist. He promised to root out corruption and reduce poverty and violent crime. He sits down with Sharyn Alfonsi. The U.S. is conspicuously absent from the international race to explore deep sea mining. Bill Whitaker speaks with former diplomats and military leaders trying to break a Senate logjam, and with others standing firm in their opposition.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Vladimir Putin has killed nearly all internal opposition to his unprovoked war in Ukraine. Tonight, Scott Pelley travels to a foreign city that’s become a haven for courageous Russians defying Putin and speaking out.It’s something no one else has tried and perhaps only she could pull off. Jennifer Thompson, a rape victim, is bringing together crime survivors and people who were wrongfully convicted. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
03/10/24: Rise, Jeff Koons, The Last MinuteSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
After President Biden and former President Trump’s visits to the Texas-Mexico border this past week, correspondent Cecilia Vega reports from Eagle Pass, Texas, where she interviewed Governor Greg Abbott. The governor’s controversial border enforcement effort, known as Operation Lone Star, has led to a showdown with the federal government. Correspondent Scott Pelley reports on the battle to ban 97 books in one South Carolina public school district and the role played by the national movement for “parental rights” inspired by a group called Moms for Liberty. The group says it is “fighting for the survival of America" but the book banning attempt was met with strong opposition in Beaufort, South Carolina. Bill Whitaker reports on NASA’s plans to send Americans back to the moon with hopes of building a lunar outpost and traveling onward to Mars. With a stated target date of late 2026, Whitaker reports from Kennedy Space Center, interviews NASA’s top watchdog, and visits one of its contractors, Blue Origin, where he asks tough questions around costs and timeline as they work towards this historic undertaking.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
For nearly five months, Israeli forces have unleashed unrelenting airstrikes and a heavy ground offensive inside Gaza - decimating cities and displacing more than a million - all in response to the October 7th terror attacks by Hamas. It’s been reported that more than 29-thousand Palestinians have died. Correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the ongoing war and what’s been happening inside Gaza's collapsing humanitarian aid and healthcare system. Through CBS-shot footage and first-hand accounts of an American doctor and aid worker inside Gaza, Alfonsi offers a rare window into the dire situation that international journalists have been barred from independently covering inside the 25-mile-long enclave. Correspondent Lesley Stahl reports from China as one of the few Western journalists to enter the People's Republic since 2020, when the Chinese government under the direction of President Xi Jinping expelled some journalists and restricted access to others in the foreign media. Stahl interviews U.S. Ambassador to China Nicholas Burns on the contentious U.S.-China relationship, American and foreign investment in the wake of expanded espionage laws and intellectual property theft under Xi and the state of China’s floundering economy as its population ages and shrinks. Stahl also reports on the mood of the country after its oppressive zero-COVID policy.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
As tensions continue to escalate in the Middle East and the Iran-allied Houthi militia launch strikes against commercial and U.S. Navy ships in the southern Red Sea, Norah O’Donnell was the first journalist to report from the region in the air, on the water, and inside the 5th Fleet’s Command Center at Naval Headquarters in Bahrain. O’Donnell speaks with the Deputy Commander of U.S. Forces in the Middle East, Vice Admiral Brad Cooper and other Navy officers about a new kind of warfare on the high seas involving anti-ship ballistic missiles, as well as the disruption of international shipping traffic and whether an endgame is in sight. In the aftermath of President Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election, Republicans in seven states where he won, including Wisconsin, banded together and cast fake electoral votes for Donald Trump. Correspondent Anderson Cooper reports on Wisconsin's fake presidential electors and interviews Andrew Hitt, an attorney and former GOP state chair, who claims he and his fellow fake electors were tricked into signing the documents. Special Counsel Jack Smith alleges the fake votes were part of a plan, orchestrated by Donald Trump and conspirators, to try to overturn the election. Ahead of the 96th Academy Awards, correspondent Scott Pelley joins enigmatic actor Cillian Murphy in Ireland for a candid interview since being nominated for Best Actor in the blockbuster film Oppenheimer. Pelley talks to the Oscar front-runner about how he transforms for roles, his secret to maintaining a low profile and more. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Following the Federal Reserve’s announcement to hold interest rates steady, correspondent Scott Pelley interviews Fed Chair Jerome Powell in Washington, DC on inflation risks and the economy, the timeline for cutting rates, the health of the country’s banks, and more. Correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the fastest growing group entering the U.S. through the southern border – Chinese migrants. Alfonsi speaks with the migrants about following instructions posted on TikTok that guided them on their 7-thousand mile journey to the California desert where Chinese asylum seekers cross the border from Mexico through a 4-foot gap in the border fence. Technology has helped spur a sports betting boom. Correspondent Jon Wertheim examines what this has meant for sports fans, betting companies, and the gamblers – overwhelmingly young men – making snap bets anytime, anywhere.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Cecilia Vega interviews the woman charged with reforming the Federal Bureau of Prisons, director Colette S. Peters, as her agency is facing a major staffing crisis, aging, and deteriorating prison infrastructure and an alarming pattern of abuse that has persisted for years. Interpol, responsible for coordinating worldwide police cooperation, has come under some fire. Some members are accused of abusing its red notice system. Bill Whitaker speaks with Interpol's Secretary General Jürgen Stock. Pat Craig, founder of The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Colorado, has emerged as the go-to guy for orchestrating high-stakes animal rescues around the world. Jon Wertheim reports on Craig’s most ambitious mission yet.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
With hybrid work hardening from trend to new normal, correspondent Jon Wertheim looks at the crisis in commercial real estate, specifically in New York City's office sector. As occupancy rates have hit historic lows and interest rates have spiked, the value of office buildings is tanking. It's a growing problem nationwide, with more than a trillion dollars in commercial real estate loans set to expire in the next two years. Wertheim speaks with industry players about how they're staying afloat in a sector of the economy that's been rocked to its foundations. Correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi reports on a groundbreaking approach to brain surgery that could revolutionize the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and drug addiction without any incisions. Alfonsi follows neuroscience pioneer Dr. Ali Rezai for more than a year as he tests experimental procedures at the Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute in Morgantown, West Virginia. The results of Rezai’s clinical trials are changing the lives of his patients and may offer hope to others suffering from brain disorders. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Laurie St.Germain

I am a Canadian and I cannot stand to hear MTJ speak the lies she spews. I feel for Lesley having to converse with this person.

Apr 3rd
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Buffy Olinger Pendergrass

is there anything more disgusting than this new Rick Flair commerical? Ewwwww!!!!

Aug 1st
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King Tee is Free

Sorry but as a black man this episode didn't give that warm fuzzy feeling that I guess 60 minutes intended it to. It just reminds of why we are where we are in America in 2022.

May 17th
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Michael Wong

nice job

Mar 2nd
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Michael Wong

good show

Feb 28th
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!!!@@@!!!

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: The biggest scandal was when they spied on my campaign. They spied on my campaign.   LESLEY STAHL: There's no real evidence of that.   PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: Of course, there is.   LESLEY STAHL: No.   PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP:  It's all over the place. Lesley,  LESLEY STAHL: Sir...  PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: They spied on my campaign and they got caught.   LESLEY STAHL: Can I say something? You know, this is "60 Minutes" and we can't put on things we can't verify.   PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: But you won't put it on because it's bad for Biden. Look, let me tell you...   LESLEY STAHL: We can't put on things we can't verify.   PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: Lesley, they spied on my campaign.  LESLEY STAHL: Well, we can't verify that.   PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: It's been totally verified.   LESLEY STAHL: No  PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: It's been, just go down and get the papers. They spied on my campaign. They got caught.   LESLEY STAHL: No.   PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: And then they w

Feb 15th
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bob caygeon

The leftist-controlled media realized that Gov. Desantis is gaining popularity so they sent 60 Min. to do an ambush hit piece. Well, it backfired and 60 Min. looks ridiculous.

May 26th
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Pete Jackson King

Like assassinating their head nuke guy didn't almost start a war¿

Mar 1st
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Jldubz

morgues with no bodys in it 🤣

Dec 21st
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Jldubz

shouldn't you be called 30minutes? there's 30 min of adds lol

Dec 21st
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Jldubz

#dontdoit

Dec 21st
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Pete Jackson King

I don't watch Ken Burns documentaries since he didn't add racism to his one on country music. Charlie Pride is rolling in his grave over that one!! 😠

Nov 22nd
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Free World

The world is over populated. Why would you bribe people to contribute to such a ridiculous agenda. Cultural death?? Reaks of racism.

Nov 16th
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Jldubz

lol literally no answers to the softest softball questions. haha im surprised Joe even had an answer after the ice cream question 🤣🍦

Oct 26th
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Jldubz

"You go back home.. you go back home to mommy" 45

Oct 26th
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Gary

The serial killer story is not amazing. It's Psychopathy and preying on people who didn't have anyone caring about them. This is a horrible story NOT the glorified story you presented.

Sep 7th
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Timothy Drummond

Seems like more dispensaries would help that issue...

Aug 3rd
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Aaron Nemoyer

#Moving and indicative #loss from within the #jazz #community. #Coronavirus and #COVID19 took a good one. ⚰ 🎷 #RIP Ellis #Marsalis. 🎹 🎺 https://youtu.be/T2_9Rkk4f_g

Apr 15th
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Pete Jackson King

#NEVERGOINGTOFEELTHEBERN

Feb 24th
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Jeff N

Wonderful interview with Sir Paul.

Feb 21st
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