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Glenn Beck Has Media Advice for Donald Trump

Glenn Beck is one of a number of people speculating on the possibility of Donald Trump launching his own channel or network after November, providing his Presidential run is unsuccessful.

Beck says he could have Roger Ailes, recently fired by Fox News, and Steve Gannon, CEO of alt-right website Breitbart run it. Both are now in charge of his campaign. He adds that starting a cable channel is a gamble and expensive. Doing the show online would be cheaper and not would not involve sponsors, who may be gunshy due to Trump’s campaign statements.

Imagining that he is giving advice to Trump, he said, “…if you want to make an impact, Don, you’re going to have maybe, I don’t know, 5 to 10 million people – maybe – and with those people, you can start your own kind of alt-right, rebel party, and come back in the 2020 election or even the mid-terms as a credible source for telling the truth for these people who believed you in 2016.” He added that the Trump name would be the attraction.

However, he was skeptical about the success of the idea and added, “Make sure that it is clearly understood my disdain for the entire vision, but I do believe it is a very big possibility.”

Beck has his own network, GBTV, with 300,000 subscribers and anticipates a $40 million income at year’s end.

Genocide in Zimbabwe During 1980s Finally Comes to Light

A British newspaper reported a news story recently indicating that newly released diplomatic documents suggest a genocide or ethnic cleansing occurred in Zimbabwe in 1983. Reportedly, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe may have personally ordered the Fifth Brigade, a military unit trained by North Korea, to take action against civilians, including supporters of his political rival Joshua Nkomo. Some 20,000 people were executed by the troops in the Ndebele region during six bloody weeks in 1983 until the killings stopped after word leaked to Western media sources. The slaughter was called “the Gukurahundi.”

According to Gordon Moyo:”Robert Mugabe and his cabal are ideal candidates for international criminal prosecution and that is why he has sent (Vice President) Phelekezela Mphoko to go around the country preaching to people that there was no Gukurahundi.” The former cabinet minister made his comments during a speech. Vice President Mphoko reportedly characterized the Gukurahundi information was a “Western conspiracy.”

The Zimbabwean government’s actions against white farmers in 2000 gained widespread international publicity, yet the earlier killings remained poorly publicized. The lack of international attention has generated some bitterness among survivors.

Robert Mugabe’s government just recently sustained criticism when an investigation revealed prison riots in February and March stemmed from prisoners not being fed meat for three years. Officials claimed to have resolved the problem by feeding wild life carcasses obtained through the Zimbabean National Parks Authority to prisoners. That makes sense to Qnet workers.

Ramen Noodle Baths are Real

I love Ramen noodles just like any other person, but I never thought I would witness the day where people would bathe in the glory that is Ramen. In Japan, that is exactly what they are doing, there is a new theory that people can get collagen and improve their skin by taking long steamy baths in tubs full of pork broth! Yunessan Spa House in Hakone, Japan, where owner Ichiro Furuya believes that this is an opportunity for his customers to have fun and as]lso improve their skin. In America, people seem satisfied with taking long baths in red wine and imbibing bone broth for its healing purposes, so who is to say that Ramen baths are not legitimate.

 

My question is why do they add noodles and how do they afford all this pork broth where they can supply baths for big families? Alexei Beltyukov isn’t sure how that works after reading on Bloomberg.com. It is an exciting time to live today, one can surf the web or download his favorite song all while relaxing in a huge vat of Ramen broth. I do not feel I would be a prime candidate to travel to Japan just for a soup bath but if one comes stateside, let’s just say I will bring my own towel.

Here Are Some Lessons Taught By Joan Rivers

Joan Rivers has been dead for a little while now, and it still hurts. Joan Rivers was one of the funniest ladies out there, and she had been making people laugh for many years. As of right now, her daughter Melissa is suing the doctor who she believes caused Jones untimely death. Lessons From Joan Rivers. Although Joan was in her 70s, you would never know it by the way she looked. Some who didn’t know Joan very well, they firmly believed that she was easily in her 40s or 50s because of how young her face looked.

Yelp has stated that Joan had given different forms of advice over the years, although she could make some jokes that could seem very hurtful. Joan was free-spirited, and she never really meant to hurt anyone, she just wanted to make people laugh. One lesson that Joan taught us was not to be afraid of sprucing yourself up. Joan is no stranger to plastic surgery, and before she passed, she looked like a lady in her 40s. Joan has had several different plastic surgeries, especially those that were done on her face.

Joan believed that keeping herself looking her best was something she wanted to do. Joan also believed in relaxing and enjoying the moment, and not to take things too seriously. Some people would get uptight, especially when she made jokes, and she let them know it was all in good fun. Another important lesson from Joan is to keep doing what you do if you love it.