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Investigative Documentary Exposes Reasons Behind Non-Prosecution of Goldman Sachs; Includes Full Transcript

March 23rd, 2016

Last Friday a remarkably well-produced investigative video was released on YouTube by John Titus under the username “BestEvidence”. John Titus is known for his role in the production of Bailout, a movie that explains the political corruption and financial crimes that occurred during the era of the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent bailouts of “too big to fail” global banks.

This latest video is titled “The Veneer of Justice in a Kingdom of Crime”, and it investigates the question of why Goldman Sachs and other “too big to fail” financial institutions have managed to avoid prosecution for fraud or other financial crimes in spite of the fact that many other reports, for example the Untouchables episode that aired on PBS Frontline back in 2013, seemed to expose and implicate them. The video does a very good job of connecting the metaphorical dots and showing the extent to which political corruption in the United States, along with the influence of global banks, has effectively subverted the rule of law and rendered a certain elite class of people immune from prosecution.

After watching this enlightening documentary I searched online for a transcript but could not find one at the time, so after several hours of rather tedious work, I managed to compose a text transcript of it myself. I have posted this text below the video.

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Starbucks Frappuccino Replica Recipe

March 19th, 2016

starbucks-frappuccino-bottles.pngOne of the most popular drinks produced by the famous Starbucks coffee houses is the Frappuccino, an iced coffee beverage designed for those who would rather cool down on a hot day instead of drinking a traditional cup of hot coffee. Over the past few years, Starbucks has distributed a bottled version of the drink to stores and supermarkets around the country. After noticing that a few other people had developed an affinity for the drink, I looked at the ingredients list on the bottles and decided to try making my own “copycat” version to see if I could bring the taste and flavor close enough to the original to qualify it as an acceptable alternative.

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