Please visit Camp Lejeune Water Contamination
Between the 1950s and late 1980s, individuals at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune were exposed to toxic chemicals in their drinking water. It's estimated that nearly 1 million people were exposed. These chemicals have been proven to cause cancer, congenital disabilities, and other serious health conditions. After decades of tireless advocacy, new laws allow Camp Lejeune water contamination victims to take action.
The Camp Lejeune Claims Center was founded by health advocate, Chris Carberg, whose father died from bladder cancer connected to Camp Lejeune water contamination. We exist to help military veterans and their families get justice.
Please visit https://www.camplejeuneclaimscenter.com/water-contamination/ - Camp Lejeune Water Contamination
THIS HAPPENED TODAY, 2-5-2021 IN THE MIDDLE OF THE AFTERNOON WHILE THE CAR WAS PARKED IN THE DRIVEWAY! (EL SEGUNDO, CA)
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The Game (Amazon, iTunes, and Vudu). This film was recommended to me by the maverick Adam Robinson. The Game is intense, idea-catalyzing, and… did I mention intense? If you think you, perhaps, just sometimes, take yourself too seriously (and who doesn’t?), this is good medicine. Here’s the description: “Nicholas Van Orton [played by Michael Douglas] is a very wealthy San Francisco banker, but he is an absolute loner, even spending his birthday alone. In the year of his 48th birthday (the age his father committed suicide) his brother Conrad, who has gone long ago and surrendered to addictions of all kinds, suddenly returns and gives Nicholas a card giving him entry to unusual entertainment provided by something called Consumer Recreation Services (CRS).” For those who know this film, does anything close to CRS exist in real life somewhere? If so, please do let me know on Twitter at @tferriss.