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On #Solidarity

2021-05-1352:411

Over the past year, there have been numerous incidents of anti-Asian violence across the country. And after back-to-back videos of assaults on elderly people in the Bay Area went viral earlier this year, VICE News correspondent Dexter Thomas noticed a recurring theme — many comments on social media fixated on the fact that the attackers were Black. This is following a summer of protests against police brutality where many — including Asian Americans — showed solidarity with Black people on those same platforms. Here, Dexter digs into the legacy and current state of Black and Asian solidarity.This episode was reported by Dexter Thomas and Janice Llamoca. Produced by Janice Llamoca. VICE News Reports is produced by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, Janice Llamoca and Julia Nutter. Our senior producers are Ashley Cleek and Adizah Eghan. Our associate producers are Sam Eagan and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound Design and music composition by Steve Bone, Pran Bandi and Kyle Murdock. Our executive Producer and VP of Vice Audio is Kate Osborn. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Production coordination by Steph Brown. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Episode art by our host, Arielle Duhaime-Ross. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
For the past two years, producer Jen Kinney has been looking into the movement to arm teachers in schools, and what it means for students, teachers, staff and parents when teachers start to carry guns in the classroom. Part 1 of this three-part series follows Cooper Caffrey, who was shot by a classmate in eighth grade. A few years later, his Ohio school decided to arm its teachers. Cooper’s school is one of many in 19 states that have armed staff. We take you inside the fight that divided the school.Reported and produced by Jen Kinney. VICE News Reports is produced by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Jen Kinney, Janice Llamoca and Julia Nutter. Our senior producers are Ashley Cleek and Adizah Eghan. Our associate producers are Sam Eagan, Sophie Kazis, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound Design and music composition by Steve Bone, Pran Bandi and Kyle Murdock.  Our executive Producer and VP of Vice Audio is Kate Osborn. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Production coordination by Steph Brown. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As the U.S. watches for the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, we turn to a surprising comparison. Last year a contested presidential election led to President Evo Morales leaving Bolivia--and pitched Bolivians into a state of conflict and uncertainty. We tell the story of what Bolivians lived through a year ago, and why it might help us understand what’s happening right now in the U.S.This episode was produced by Janice Llamoca.VICE News Reports is produced by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Jen Kinney, Janice Llamoca and Julia Nutter. Our senior producers are Ashley Cleek and Adizah Eghan. Our associate producers are Sam Eagan, Sophie Kazis, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound Design and music composition by Steve Bone and Kyle Murdock.  Our executive Producer and VP of Vice Audio is Kate Osborn. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Production coordination by Steph Brown. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Antifa Paradox

The Antifa Paradox

2020-10-2941:336

Is Antifa even a thing? Ahead of an election positioned as “us” versus “them,” the specter of “Antifa” has become an easy boogeyman to either accept or reject out of hand. VICE News takes a serious look at what it is and what it is not. VICE News Correspondent Alzo Slade reports from across the country. Watch Alzo Slade’s documentary on Antifa here.This episode was produced by Julia Nutter and Jen Kinney.VICE News Reports is produced by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Jen Kinney, Janice Llamoca and Julia Nutter. Our senior producers are Ashley Cleek and Adizah Eghan. Our associate producers are Sam Eagan, Sophie Kazis, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound Design and music composition by Steve Bone and Kyle Murdock.  Our executive Producer and VP of Vice Audio is Kate Osborn. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Production coordination by Steph Brown. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
VICE News embeds with an elite crew of firefighters -- the Forest Service Hotshot crew out of Eldorado National Forest in California -- as they battle wildfires during one of the worst fire seasons on record, with short staffing in the middle of a pandemic. Think of them as the Navy SEALS of firefighters.VICE News correspondent Michael Anthony Adams reports. Want to see what the frontline of wildfire looks like? Check out Michael’s segment here. This episode was produced by Julia Nutter.VICE News Reports is produced by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Jen Kinney, Janice Llamoca and Julia Nutter. Our senior producers are Ashley Cleek and Adizah Eghan. Our associate producers are Sam Eagan, Sophie Kazis, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound Design and music composition by Steve Bone and Kyle Murdock.  Our executive Producer and VP of Vice Audio is Kate Osborn. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Production coordination by Steph Brown. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Bubble

The Bubble

2020-10-1537:50

We take you inside the NBA/WNBA bubble told through exclusive recordings.To salvage their 2020 seasons amid the pandemic, the WNBA and NBA create a “bubble” where players and staff are walled off from the rest of the world. We follow two players, Monique Billings, a starting forward for the Atlanta Dream, and Udonis Haslem, captain of the Miami Heat, during their first months inside the Bubble.This episode was produced by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell.VICE News Reports is produced by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Jen Kinney, Janice Llamoca and Julia Nutter. Our senior producers are Ashley Cleek and Adizah Eghan. Our associate producers are Sam Eagan, Sophie Kazis, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound Design and music composition by Steve Bone and Kyle Murdock.  Our executive Producer and VP of Vice Audio is Kate Osborn. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Production coordination by Steph Brown. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As India’s health professionals battle the spread of COVID-19, some political leaders claim traditional medicine systems can cure the coronavirus. VICE’s Senior Staff Writer Pallavi Pundir reports on how nationalistic fervor for traditional medicine, fake credentialed doctors, and misinformation are gaining momentum in India and making matters worse.All the views, ideas, comments, opinions and statements expressed in this program are solely those of the guest(s), speaker(s) and the host(s) and VICE Media Group does not subscribe to or endorse the same. None of the comments, dialogues etc. in the podcast are intended to offend anybody’s sentiments or derogate any profession, political party or person, institute, religion, caste, community, section(s) of society or belief of any nature whatsoever. VICE makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this podcast and any reliance on the information provided in this podcast is done at listeners’ own risk. The third-party materials or content of any third-party sources referenced in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of VICE. VICE assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and shall not be liable and/or responsible for the same in any manner whatsoever.This episode was produced by Adizah Eghan.VICE News Reports is produced by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Jen Kinney, Janice Llamoca and Julia Nutter. Our senior producers are Ashley Cleek and Adizah Eghan. Our associate producers are Sam Eagan, Sophie Kazis, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound Design and music composition by Steve Bone and Kyle Murdock.  Our executive Producer and VP of Vice Audio is Kate Osborn. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Production coordination by Steph Brown. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Deaths Per Kilowatt-Hour

Deaths Per Kilowatt-Hour

2022-09-2934:491

In 2012 California shut down the San Onofre nuclear power plant after decades of anti-nuclear activism, leaving the state with only one remaining nuclear plant. This meant that California started producing more of its energy by burning fossil fuels. So was the closing of San Onofre a victory or a tragedy for the environment? The answer to this question hinges on another: how much danger is society willing to accept to fight climate change?  In this episode of VICE News reports, VICE News correspondent Keegan Hamilton visits San Onofre and meets one of the people helping to tear the plant down—a nuclear engineer who previously helped diffuse North America’s worst nuclear accident. Keegan also talks to an MIT professor who says that the Russian army’s weaponization of nuclear plants in Ukraine proves that nuclear power is too dangerous.Special thanks to Sarah Svboda, Ben Bishop, Lou Baldanza, and Amanda Mccormick.This episode was produced by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell. Editing by Sam Greenspan. Mixing and sound design by Kyle Murdock.VICE News Reports is produced by Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producers are Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Julia Nutter and Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producer is Ashley Cleek. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock.  Our executive producers are Adizah Eghan and Stephanie Kariuki.Annie Aviles is our Executive Editor and Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Our theme music is by Steve Bone. Our host is Arielle Duhaime-Ross.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Last Friday, Vice President Kamala Harris agreed to a sit down interview with VICE News chief political correspondent Liz Landers. But the day before they met, Republican Govs. Greg Abbott of Texas and Ron DeSantis of Florida sent a busload of migrants to VP Harris’ house and Martha’s Vineyard. ‘There were children, people being put on a bus or a plane who don't know where they're going or where they were being sent,’ said Harris. This week, VP Harris responds to the Republicans latest ‘political stunt’ and gives insight into what the Democrats are strategizing for in the upcoming election. This episode was produced by Steph Brown and Julia Nutter. Special thanks to Liz Landers, Simone Perez and Sebastian Walker.VICE News Reports is produced by Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producers are Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Julia Nutter and Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producer is Ashley Cleek. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Evan Sutton, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Our Executive Producers are Adizah Eghan and Stephanie Kariuki.Annie Aviles is our Executive Editor and Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Our theme music is by Steve Bone. Our host is Arielle Duhaime-Ross. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Undercover in Guyana

Undercover in Guyana

2022-09-1542:111

Last year, VICE News Correspondent Isobel Yeung went undercover to understand how international business deals were being brokered in Guyana. This small country in South America has one of the fastest growing economies in the world right now. Newly discovered natural resources have attracted a lot of foreign investment from China and the U.S., placing Guyana in the middle of a tug-of war for soft power in the region. Recently, infrastructure contracts -  roads, bridges, and a hydroelectric power plant - have been awarded to Chinese companies. In this episode of VICE News Reports, Yeung digs into how business is done in Guyana and uncovers allegations of corruption that reach far into the country’s highest levels. This episode was produced by Steph Brown and edited by Ashley Cleek and Stephanie Kariuki.  Special thanks to Belle Cushing, Daniel Vergara, Jika Gonzalez, Craig Thomson and Karishma Vyas. VICE News Reports is produced by Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producers are Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Julia Nutter and  Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producer is Ashley Cleek. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Evan Sutton, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Mixing by Evan Sutton. Our Executive Producers are Adizah Eghan and Stephanie Kariuki.For VICE Audio, Annie Avilés is our Executive Editor and Janet Lee is our Senior Production Manager. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Translations by Summer Long. Our theme music is by Steve Bone. Our host is Arielle Duhaime-Ross.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dating In A Warzone

Dating In A Warzone

2022-09-0826:511

Six months after Russia launched a full-scale invasion on Ukraine, we check in with Katia, a Ukrainian woman who we first spoke with back in February. Like many Ukranians who stayed in the country, Katia has had to find ways to live life in the midst of chaos—which includes dating. Katia tells us about fostering a new relationship in a warzone, and we also check in with VICE News Correspondent Ben C. Solomon about how life and war in Ukraine have been developing.This episode was produced by Adriana Tapia and Sam Greenspan. Edited by Julia Nutter and Annie Avilés. VICE News Reports is produced by Sophie Kazis (Kay-ziss), Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producers are Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Julia Nutter and  Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producer is Ashley Cleek. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna (A-Dree-Anna) Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Evan Sutton, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Mixing by Evan Sutton. Our Executive Producers are Adizah Eghan and Stephanie Kariuki.For VICE Audio, Annie Avilés is our Executive Editor and Janet Lee is our Senior Production Manager. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Our theme music is by Steve Bone. Our host is Arielle Duhaime-Ross. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Moors in America believe that they – and many Black Americans – are descendents of the Moroccan Empire, which they claim once extended all the way from North Africa to North America. This would make Moors indigenous to an America that far predates the United States.But beyond that shared credence, the movement is scattered. Some seek only to practice spiritual beliefs while others maintain that being a Moor means U.S. laws do not apply to them. A few even use their identity as Moors to justify violence, theft, and fraud. Vice News’ correspondent Alzo Slade takes us inside the different facets of the Moorish movement, to try and understand the alternate history they believe in, and why the current social and political landscape is making Moorish nationalism more appealing.This episode was produced by Jen Kinney and Sam Greenspan. Special thanks to Alzo Slade and Amanda Pisetzner VICE News Reports is produced by Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producers are Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Julia Nutter and  Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producer is Ashley Cleek. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Evan Sutton, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Mixing by Evan Sutton. Our executive producers are Adizah Eghan and Stephanie Kariuki. For Vice Audio, Annie Aviles is our Executive Editor and Janet Lee is our Senior Prod Manager. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Our theme music is by Steve Bone. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Roe Was Never Enough

Roe Was Never Enough

2022-08-2547:011

After Roe v. Wade was overturned, many wondered what living in a post-Roe America would look like. But for a lot of Native people, Roe has never been a reality. Though the federal government is obligated to provide tribes with healthcare, decades-old restrictions on federal funding have severely limited the provision of abortion. Organizations like Indigenous Women Rising have been advocating for reproductive rights and abortion in Native communities for years. VICE News Reports’ Adreanna Rodriguez takes a dive deep into how IWR is filling the gap left by the government’s long history of manipulating Native people's reproductive well being… and how Native people have specific needs when it comes to reproductive justice. Needs that are deeply holistic and embedded in their cultural history.This episode was reported and produced by Adreanna Rodriguez in partnership with Type Investigations, where Adreanna is an Ida B. Wells Fellow. It was edited by Adizah Eghan, Noy Thrupkaew, Cassi Feldman, and Stephanie Kariuki, with research assistance from Paco Alvarez.VICE News Reports is produced by Sophie Kazis , Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producers are Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Julia Nutter and Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producer is Ashley Cleek. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Evan Sutton, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Mixing by Evan Sutton. Our executive producers are Adizah Eghan and Stephanie Kariuki. For Vice Audio, Annie Aviles is our Executive Editor and Janet Lee is our Senior Prod Manager. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Our theme music is by Steve Bone. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A Summer of Love

A Summer of Love

2022-08-1842:42

After a bad breakup, our producer Steph Brown was on a mission to reflect, recover and get back out there. And what better time to jump into the dating pool than right now? After all, we all have been conditioned to believe in the romantic power of summer.But there is a new problem that summer is facing. Doom and gloom is surrounding us… so how exactly do you date when everything feels like it's on fire? This week, Steph Brown follows VICE host Taji Ameen as he tries to date in a changing world. Together they try something different to grapple with how we fall in love today.This episode was reported and produced by Steph Brown and edited by Stephanie Kariuki. Special thanks Taji Ameen and to everyone who sent in a voice memo. VICE News Reports is produced by Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producers are Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Julia Nutter and Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producer is Ashley Cleek. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Evan Sutton, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Mixing by Evan Sutton. Our executive producers are Adizah Eghan and Stephanie Kariuki. For Vice Audio, Annie Aviles is our Executive Editor and Janet Lee is our Senior Production Manager. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Our theme music is by Steve Bone. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Still Waiting for JFK

Still Waiting for JFK

2022-08-1139:541

Earlier this year, VICE News reporter David Gilbert took us behind the “JFK cult” headlines, and into the lives of those who were swept up by the QAnon offshoot movement that traveled to the fateful grassy knoll in downtown Dallas to witness one man’s prediction: the return of the assassinated president. This week we are revisiting this story with a few updates on those still in Dallas, awaiting JFK.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A Department of Justice task force — who has been reviewing threats of violence against election workers— announced their findings on Monday.  Earlier this year, VICE News’ Madeline May reported on how workers in Georgia were harassed and terrorized during the 2020 elections. This week, we revisit Madeline’s investigation and give an update about how the U.S. is addressing the threat of violence as a form of protest in the lead up to the 2022 elections.Special thanks to Alexis Johnson, Brian Wheeler, Todd Zwillich, and Sebastian Walker who worked on this story which is part of VICE News’ ongoing series “Breaking the Vote.”. Be sure to check out their coverage here.VICE News Reports is hosted by Arielle Duhaime-Ross and produced by Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producer is Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producers are Ashley Cleek and Stephanie Kariuki. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Mixing by Evan Sutton. Our executive producer is Adizah Eghan. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Our theme music is by Steve Bone. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Last year, Alzo Slade took us to Jamaica, where residents are fighting against mining in the most ecologically sensitive part of the island: Cockpit Country. The Maroons who live there, descendants of indigenous people and formerly enslaved Africans who joined together to fight British colonizers, say mining would destroy their way of life.But this year, the government gave the go-ahead to start mining in Cockpit Country. And the Maroons have filed a lawsuit against the Jamaican government, trying not only to stop the mining, but also to finally get recognition of their sovereignty. This week, we’re re-airing last year’s episode with an update about the latest court battle.This episode was produced by Jen Kinney. Special thanks to Eric Weinrib, Andrea Davis and Patricio Matos who produced and reported a version of this story for VICE News. You can watch their film at Vice.com, or on Youtube.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Last year, our producer Sam Eagan set out on a journey to find his circle of friends and he recorded the entire process – from the highs, to the lows, and everything in between. This week, we revisit the episode where Sam and fellow producer Sophie Kazis answer the question that many of us fail to think about until we reach adulthood: How the hell do you make friends as a grown-up? Stick around as we check back in with Sam to see how his friendships changed once the episode aired. This episode was produced by Sophie Kazis and Sam Eagan.VICE News Reports is hosted by Arielle Duhaime-Ross and produced by Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producer is Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producers are Ashley Cleek and Stephanie Kariuki. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Mixing by Evan Sutton. Our executive producer is Adizah Eghan. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Our theme music is by Steve Bone.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On Wednesday morning, Sri Lanka’s President Gotabaya Rajapaksa fled the country. This came after months of protesters filling the streets with chants and tents, ending in a storming of the Presidential residence over the weekend. The protests are a direct result of the economic crisis that Sri Lanka has been experiencing — but who are the Rajapaksas, and why are they being blamed for this crisis? VICE News’ Pallavi Pundir takes us through what led to this moment. This episode was produced by Adriana Tapia.VICE News Reports is hosted by Arielle Duhaime-Ross and produced by Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producer is Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producers are Ashley Cleek and Stephanie Kariuki. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Mixing by Evan Sutton. Our executive producer is Adizah Eghan. And the VP of Vice Audio is Kate Osborn. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Our theme music is by Steve Bone.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
At the beginning of May, musical artists Young Thug and Gunna along with 26 others were arrested and indicted in Atlanta, Georgia. The core of the indictment accuses them of violating the state’s RICO act and alleges that Young Thug’s label, Young Stoner Life Records, is actually a cover for an Atlanta street gang. Entertainment and culture reporter Jewel Wicker takes us through the 56-count indictment, the prosecution’s use of lyrics and social media, and what this all means for the hip hop capital of Atlanta, Georgia. This episode was produced by Steph Brown. VICE News Reports is hosted by Arielle Duhaime-Rossand produced by Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, and Adriana Tapia. Our senior producer is Sam Greenspan. Our supervising producers are Ashley Cleek and Stephanie Kariuki. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Pran Bandi, and Kyle Murdock. Mixing by Evan Sutton. Our executive producer is Adizah Eghan. And the VP of Vice Audio is Kate Osborn. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Fact Checking by Nicole Pasulka. Our theme music is by Steve Bone.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Comments (2)

Ruba Abu Laban

Jordan Uhl is not just a gamer. He's a progressive activist, a political commentator, a TYT contributer and so much more.

Mar 1st
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Gunther Hustin

Hey yeah my man Dexter! Will be watching Reset when it drops.

Feb 27th
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