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Alabama Conservation & Natural Resources - This is My Job: Jason Downey
Ever wonder what it's like to be a Conservation Enforcement Officer (CEO)? In this edition of "This Is My Job," join Alabama Marine Resources CEO Jason Downey during a day in the field. Visit www.outdooralabama.com for all things outdoors in Alabama.
Views: 3862 OutdoorAlabama
How To FIND A JOB In ALABAMA |  10 Job Resources You've Been Overlooking
Are you looking for a job in Alabama using the same methods that everyone else is using? If so then your job search probably isn't going that well. If you want to find a good job quickly then the secret is to look in places where no one else is looking and to use resources that few job seekers are using. I this video I list 10 alternative job boards and websites that you can use to find a job in Alabama. Whether you are looking for an entry level job or a career, there is lots of work available in Alabama if you know where to look and apply. Here are the links to the resources mentioned in the video: Alabama Job Link https://joblink.alabama.gov/ada/r/job_seeker AL.com https://www.al.com/jobs Alabama State Personnel Department https://www.personnel.alabama.gov/JobsHot Randstad USA https://www.randstadusa.com/jobs/search/alabama/ Alabama Federal Jobs http://federalgovernmentjobs.us/job-location/alabama-al.html?P=1&ps=100 Target Jobs https://jobs.target.com/location/alabama-jobs/1118/6252001-4829764/3 Alabama Jobs Network http://www.alabamajobnetwork.com Alabama Association of Nonprofits http://www.alabamanonprofits.org/jobs-and-market-place United States Census Bureau https://www.census.gov/about/regions/atlanta/jobs/alabama.html City of Cullman Jobs Board https://cullmanal.gov/about/jobs
Views: 127 TR2TH TV
Conserve Alabama - conserving natural resources for future generations
Whether you live in rural or urban Alabama, you rely on natural resources and you play an important role in their future. In Alabama, our natural resources are abundant, diverse, and beautiful. The state spans 33 million acres. With 77,000 miles of rivers and streams, Alabama is one of the most aquatic-rich states in the country. We have been entrusted with great resources and have a great responsibility to Conserve Alabama for future generations. Join the Alabama Soil & Water Conservation Committee in our endeavor -- commit to Conserve Alabama. conservealabama.gov
Views: 339 Conserve Alabama
Alabama Conservation & Natural Resources - THIS IS MY JOB - Kerry Bradford
Ever wonder what it's like to be a Conservation Enforcement Officer? In this edition of "This Is My Job," join Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries CEO Kerry Bradford during a day in the field. Visit www.outdooralabama.com for all things outdoors in Alabama.
Views: 2335 OutdoorAlabama
Alabama Department of Conservation
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR), along with the Alabama Forever Wild Land Trust, commissioned Copperwing to film the AKC Master Nationals, held on some of the beautifully undisturbed lands of Alabama Forever Wild.
Views: 104 Copperwing Design
Alabama Department of Human Resources
Discover who we are, who we help and how social workers assist others in our communities.
Aerial View of Action Resources' Hanceville Alabama Facilities
As we celebrate our 20th Anniversary, we thought we would give everyone a bird's eye view of our Hanceville, Alabama facilities. Can you tell we're a little proud of our company? We want to thank Dave Warren with Cullman Aerial Photography for some awesome video and the Pine Grove Church of God for graciously allowing us to use an original song from their latest CD.
Views: 2785 Action Resources Inc
Alabama Conservation & Natural Resources - THIS IS MY JOB - Keith Mann
Ever wonder what it's like to be a Conservation Enforcement Officer (CEO)? In this edition of "This Is My Job," join Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries CEO Keith Mann during a day in the field. Visit www.outdooralabama.com for all things outdoors in Alabama.
Views: 3998 OutdoorAlabama
Total waste of resources & more federal debt - Example 1 - Foley, Alabama
A $3.5 million US federal debt funded pedestrian bridge in Foley, AL to CROSS THE STREET WHERE NO ONE WANTS TO! Our grandkids' grandkids will be paying for this total waste of natural & human resources!!
The Alabama Conservation Enforcement Officer
The Alabama Conservation Enforcement Officer has been on the front lines of conservation for more than 100 years. The foresight of conservationists and state legislators to enact hunting and fishing laws, along with the dedicated service of the first conservation officers, made an impact on the abundance of wildlife and natural resources we enjoy today. While the enforcement of current game and fish laws is the primary duty of today’s conservation officer, they do much more.
Views: 2216 OutdoorAlabama
Alabama Elder Lawyer -- Resources
On our AlabamaElderLawyer.com website you will find our "Resources" where we list names, addresses, websites, etc. of groups, companies and individuals that can be helpful to you when dealing with elder law issues. If you have any corrections or additions, please let us know so we can list anyone or any company or group that will be helpful. Thanks! John G. Watts Watts & Herring, LLC Birmingham, Alabama
Welcome to Alabama
Taking my mother to shoot some awesome guns at the range...and some other shenanigans. Check out Cypress Creek if you are in the Florence area! https://www.facebook.com/CypressCreekRange/ Follow ME on IG! https://www.austenalexander.com/my-links Free Military Resources: https://www.austenalexander.com/my-links Business/Collaboration: [email protected]
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Integration of the University of Alabama
This video gives a brief description of the events that led to the integration of the University of Alabama. For teaching resources covering this material, purchase our workbook: https://amzn.to/2GHfOkx *** Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ReadingThroughHistory/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bigmarshdawg77/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigmarshdawg77 Check out our TpT store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Reading-Through-History Check out our website: http://readingthroughhistory.com/ *** Photo Credits: 0:13 John Lindsay/AP 0:34 - Universal Images Group/Getty Images 0:42 - University of Alabama 1:23 - Bettmann/Corbis 1:34 - AP Newsfeatures Photo 1:41 - (Calvin Hanna/AP) 1:47 - Steve Schapiro/Corbis via Getty Images 2:02 - (Photo by Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images) 2:21 - Scott Walker 2:40 Tuscaloosa News 2:45 Getty Images *** Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Walleye in Alabama
Walleye in Alabama? Watch this video to learn more. http://www.outdooralabama.com/walleye
Views: 884 OutdoorAlabama
Best Learning Resources Alabama
Kidsorb School Equipment Suppliers offer you educational products Arts And Crafts Kits and many best Learning Resources Alabama for kids at the lowest cost. Visit us for more details. http://www.kidsorb.com/learning-materials/
Views: 3 Greg James
An Alabama nonprofit organization is providing free resources to those with traumatic brain injuries
March is brain injury awareness month. The Alabama Head Injury Foundation, (a nonprofit organization) has over 3,000 clients who deal with traumatic brain injuries, also known as “TBI.” TBI’s are a result of, but not limited to car accidents and concussions. When a doctor diagnosis a patient with a TBI, the Alabama Head Injury Foundation becomes their support system.
Views: 23 Lisa Sacaccio
Learning Resources Alabama - Kidsorb
We Provide variety of Learning Resources Alabama at reasonable rates. Don’t waste your time, shop us today online. Hurry up! http://www.kidsorb.com/learning-materials/
Views: 5 Greg James
Alabama Water Resources - NASA DEVELOP Spring 2015 @ Marshall Space Flight Center
DEVELOP is a NASA Science Mission Directorate Applied Sciences training and development program. Interns work on Earth science research projects, mentored by science advisors from NASA and partner agencies and extend research results to local communities. The projects demonstrate to community leaders how NASA science measurements and predictions can be utilized to address local policy issues. http://develop.larc.nasa.gov/
NRCS Alabama's 2015 Small Farmer of the Year | JB Turner
Each year, the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Alabama recognizes a small farmer for their commitment and dedication to conservation on their land. This year's winner, Mr. JB Turner of North Alabama, epitomizes the ideal characteristics of a successful small farmer who is also a good steward of the land. To learn more about Mr. Turner's story, watch this video. USDA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider.
Views: 5111 USDA-NRCS Alabama
Alabama Marine Resources Introduces Canine Unit
The Alabama Marine Resources Enforcement Canine Program consists of two dogs, one in Baldwin County and one in Mobile County. The dogs will be used to sniff out violators of state and federal fishing regulations. For more information: http://www.outdooralabama.com/marine-resources-readies-canine-unit-aid-enforcement
Views: 366 OutdoorAlabama
Alabama Consumer Protection -- Overview Of Information and Resources We Offer You
Alabama Consumer Protection -- Overview Of Information and Resources We Offer You
What's Your Story? Alabama Resource Unit
For this edition of "What's Your Story?", we hit the road to visit our Alabama Resource Unit (ALRU), located in Andalusia, AL who currently manage 308,000 acres spanning both Alabama and Mississippi and who are also home to our new Alabama Export Program. This team not only has an enormous amount of technical expertise and experience but also a heavy dose of young talent with a thirst for knowledge, who are eager to learn. When you spend time with this team, you can't ignore that something special is happening. This is more than a group of people that work together, they are a tight knit group of friends and one that will be a great deal of fun to watch in the future. Take a few minutes to meet the Alabama Resource Unit and find out not only what they think about their diversity with markets and talent but what makes them special.
Views: 252 Rayonier Inc.
Developing Alabama's System of Services and Resources for Children With Autism
Join this panel discussion to learn about the progress, planning, and current and anticipated impacts of Alabama and national efforts to improve early identification and successful outcomes for children with ASD.
Views: 46 ALPHTN
Case Study - Andalusia, Alabama
The city of Andalusia, Alabama may be small (only 12,000 residents), but they resolved a big problem that was draining the city of economic resources.
Views: 2462 Flygt
Welcome to Outdoor Alabama!
From the mountains to the Gulf, an outdoor adventure awaits you in Alabama. Visit www.outdooralabama.com to learn more.
Views: 444 OutdoorAlabama
Accessing Library Resources Off-Campus at The University of Alabama
The University of Alabama Libraries provides on- or off-campus access to our electronic subscriptions and collections to students, faculty, and other members of the University community. This quick video covers how and where to log in for access to the search tools and databases available through the Libraries website, libraries.ua.edu. University of Alabama Libraries: libraries.ua.edu More Resources and Services for Distance Students: https://www.lib.ua.edu/using-the-library/distance-education/ How to Set Up A VPN at UA: https://oit.ua.edu/service/vpn/ Transcript: Hi, my name is Jon, I'm a librarian at the University of Alabama. If you're off-campus and want to access full-text articles, e-books, and databases at The University of Alabama libraries, you'll need to log in with your mybama username and password. This quick video demonstrates how to do this when using our main finding tool, SCOUT, our electronic journals and our individual databases. Start by going to libraries.ua.edu When you enter Scout from the quick menu, a bar at the top of the page will prompt you to log in for full access. This will direct you to a sign in page. Use your mybama username and password. You should be redirected to your search and have full-text access to the resources. If you're looking for specific electronic journals and books from the E-Journals page, the login process looks and works the same way as SCOUT. You'll need your mybama credentials to access most of our individual databases as well, but the sign-on may look a little bit different. The Databases link on the home page opens the A-Z databases list. Launching a database will direct you to a mybama login page. After that, you should be good to go. As a sidenote, even when you're logged in to use SCOUT or many of our databases, you'll still see a "Log In" prompt at the top of the screen. This usually refers to accounts you can create within the database if you'd like to use certain advanced features or save certain preferences; these optional services are separate from your myBama account. If you have problems logging in or accessing resources, go to the Library Help tab on the front page and select Report a Login Problem; we'll try to resolve the issue ASAP. For a handful of our databases, you may need to connect through Bama's Virtual Private Network, or VPN. If you need to do this, see the link in this video's description for how to set this up. That's all for now, if you have any questions you can call us, text us, or visit ask.lib.ua.edu to ask-a-librarian.
School of red drum captured on video by Alabama Marine Resources Division
Alabama Marine Resources Division captured close up images of a school of red drum.
Views: 200 AL.com
2013 Happy Holidays from Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Happy Holidays from all of us here at Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources!
Views: 322 OutdoorAlabama
Alabama Marine Resources Director Testifies on Red Snapper
Chris Blankenship, Director of the Marine Resources Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, testified before the House Natural Resources Committee on Red Snapper mismanagement in the Gulf of Mexico.
Views: 407 Rep. Bradley Byrne
Human Trafficking in Alabama: Resources to Identify and Combat Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is one of the largest criminal industries in the world, second only to drug trafficking. This program will examine trauma related issues of victims, discuss the role of health care providers in recognizing and responding to victims, and review resources available for victims of human trafficking.
Views: 342 ALPHTN
2020 Outdoor Alabama Photo Contest
This year's photo contest is a Joint Project between the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the Alabama Tourism Department and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Alabama. The contest is open to adults and youth. A total of 10 photos per person may be entered in the following categories. You may enter all 10 in one category or divide the 10 among several categories. Entries will be accepted online at www.outdooralabama.com between June 1 - October 31, 2019. All photos must have been taken in Alabama.
Views: 169 OutdoorAlabama
Crayfish of Alabama Poster Now Available!
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) has recently produced a poster that highlights 30 of the state’s 97 species of crayfish. The poster is available to the public for free at any Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division (WFF) Fisheries Section district office. For contact information, visit www.outdooralabama.com/contact and click on “District Fisheries Offices.” The poster is also available by mail. To order, send a check for $3 to cover postage to ADCNR, 64 N. Union St., Suite 106, Montgomery, Ala., 36130. Please make the check out to ADCNR. “The poster makes an excellent classroom resource for teachers across the state,” said Doug Darr, WFF Aquatic Education Coordinator. “From the eight-inch Tennessee bottlebrush, the state’s largest crayfish, to the smallest, the one-inch least crayfish, the poster depicts the diversity of size and color within Alabama’s crayfish population.” As one of the most biologically diverse states in the country, Alabama leads the nation in total number of freshwater fish, mussel, snail and crayfish species. There are approximately 400 crayfish species in North America. To date, 97 species of crayfish are known to occur in the state. Crayfish thrive in Alabama thanks, in part, to the state’s abundant freshwater habitat. They can be found in streams, swamps, roadside ditches, caves and even in underground burrows. Crayfish may be vegetarians, scavengers, predators or serve as food for other animals, making them an important part Alabama’s freshwater habitats. Since 2013, surveys of Alabama’s waterways have led to the discovery of 14 previously unknown crayfish species. For more information about the importance of healthy aquatic ecosystems, visit outdooralabama.com. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) promotes wise stewardship, management and enjoyment of Alabama’s natural resources through four divisions: Marine Resources, State Parks, State Lands, and Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries. To learn more about ADCNR, visit www.outdooralabama.com. ###
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The Alabama Baptist--A Resource for Christian Living
Tips for balancing life, keeping up with the latest news, and living out your faith through stories and resources--that's what you'll find each week in the pages of The Alabama Baptist newspaper and on our website www.TheAlabamaBaptist.org. Our mission is Inspiring, Informing, and Connecting Baptists in Alabama and throughout the world. Read more at our website and become a member today!
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Coastal Alabama Water Resources II - NASA DEVELOP Fall 2017 @ AL
DEVELOP addresses environmental and public policy issues through interdisciplinary research projects that apply the lens of NASA Earth observations to community concerns around the globe. Bridging the gap between NASA Earth Science and society, DEVELOP builds capacity in both participants and partner organizations to better prepare them to address the challenges that face our society and future generations. Teams of DEVELOP participants partner with decision makers to conduct rapid feasibility projects that highlight relevant applications of Earth observing missions, cultivate advanced skills, and increase understanding of NASA Earth science data and technology. This material is based upon work supported by NASA through contract NNL16AA05C and cooperative agreement NNX14AB60A. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). NPR 2200.2C D.6.4.1: Trade names and trademarks are used in this report for identification only. Their usage does not constitute an official endorsement, either expressed or implied, by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Alabama NRCS 2018 Small Farmers of the Year | Gene and Rose Thornton
Description | Gene and Rose Thornton own and operate Sneaky Crow Farm in Roanoke, Alabama. Over the last 13 years, the Thorntons have made a name for themselves throughout their community. A USDA certified organic operation, the Thorntons grow a variety of delicious fruits and vegetables. Their commitment to conservation and community involvement is why they’ve been recognized as Alabama’s 2018 Small Farmers of the Year.
Views: 3884 USDA-NRCS Alabama
Alabama Water Resources - NASA DEVELOP Spring 2013 @ Marshall Space Flight Center
There is an inherent relationship between aquatic vegetation growth and water drainage near locations of high agricultural activity. For years, farmers have been made aware of the potential effects of nutrients found in fertilizers on the aquatic ecosystems and water quality in fresh lakes. Aquatic vegetation, classified in Lake Guntersville by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources as emergent, submersed, floating, or algal, limit the amount of water readily available for human use. This forces resource management agencies such as the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) to attempt eradication using herbicides. Multispectral satellite imagery using the near-infrared and red wavelengths facilitates the creation of vegetation indices for observing aquatic vegetation growth in the lake and seasonal variations for Lake Guntersville in northern Alabama. The Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) was used in conjunction with a hydrologic model developed from Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) data of 90-meter resolution, displaying the drainage points for locations around the lake in proximity to high agricultural activity. A regression analysis determined the most correlated factors affecting excessive vegetation growth and displayed the impact of nutrient rich runoff from farming communities flowing into Lake Guntersville. These results will lead to more efficient herbicide spraying in areas with high vegetation concentration, which will cut costs, avoid excess spraying and limit human contact to herbicides. Resulting maps outlined the growth of vegetation due to runoff from certain agricultural areas, making farmers more aware of the effects nutrients have on local lake ecosystems. For more information, go to: http://develop.larc.nasa.gov/ Follow us online! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/developnationalprogram Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/NASA_DEVELOP Google+: http://www.gplus.to/developnationalprogram YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/NASADEVELOP
The Alabama Nongame Wildlife Fund
Your Donations Help Support Alabama’s Wildlife State income tax check-off makes it easy You might not associate wildlife with doing your state income taxes, but there is a connection. The Alabama Nongame Wildlife Fund check-off box on the state income tax form provides citizens a way to donate all or a portion of their state tax refunds for the benefit of nongame wildlife. Alabama is home to more than 1,000 species of animals that are categorized as nongame – species that are not hunted, fished or trapped. The Nongame Wildlife Program, administered by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR), is responsible for many programs including conducting wintering surveys of bald eagles, shorebird surveys on the coast, and research on threatened and endangered species such as wood storks and red-cockaded woodpeckers. The Nongame Wildlife Program does not receive any state tax dollars. It is partially funded by the citizens of Alabama through tax-deductible donations. In 1982, the Alabama Legislature enacted a law providing for the Alabama Nongame Wildlife Fund check-off box on the state income tax form. These donations are matched with federal funds, so even the smallest donation is valuable. The federal funds come from the Pittman-Robertson Act, a federal excise tax on sporting firearms, ammunition and archery equipment. Those funds are set aside for wildlife restoration and management. Past donations to the Nongame Wildlife Program helped bring back bald eagles, ospreys and bluebirds to Alabama, but many other nongame wildlife species still need help. If you enjoy watching wildlife, here is your chance to lend it a helping hand. Make a donation to the Alabama Nongame Wildlife Fund on your state income tax form. For those not receiving a state income tax refund, tax-deductible donations can be made to Alabama’s Nongame Wildlife Program, Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, 64 North Union St., Montgomery, AL 36130. For more information, call 334-242-3469. For more information about Alabama’s Nongame Wildlife Program, visit www.outdooralabama.com/non-game-wildlife. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources promotes wise stewardship, management and enjoyment of Alabama’s natural resources through four divisions: Marine Resources, State Lands, State Parks, and Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries. To learn more about nongame wildlife and ADCNR, visit www.outdooralabama.com. ###
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thepaydayone.com - Bad Credit Home Loan Resources Mortgages, payday loan Alabama
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12/3/2015 - Alabama Bar Resources - Tuscaloosa, AL - LawCall - Legal Videos
Got legal questions? Go to www.lawcall.com to get answers. Email Send your email to an attorney in any of our coverage areas. We have arranged with different attorneys to respond based on your question and their expertise. Remember that laws between different jurisdictions may vary. Choose the location closest to you and select an attorney at www.lawcall.com. TV Show You can call your question in to any of the local LawCall weekly television shows. These shows are usually thirty-minute, live programs, permanently hosted by a news anchor and a local law firm. Guest attorneys and other professionals from across the viewing area are invited to join the hosts to discuss legal topics and answer questions. Current LawCall Markets are: Augusta, GA WRDW TV Sundays at 1130pm Biloxi, MS WLOX TV Saturdays at 1030pm Birmingham, AL WBRC TV Sundays at 1030pm Huntsville, AL WAAY TV Sundays at 1030pm (LawLine) Jackson, MS WLBT TV Saturdays at 630pm Panama City, FL WMBB TV Sundays at 1030pm Macon, GA WMAZ TV Sundays at 1130pm Mobile, AL WPMI TV Sundays at 1030pm Savannah, GA WTOC TV Sundays at 1130pm Tallahassee, FL WCTV TV Sundays at 1130pm Tuscaloosa, AL WVUA TV Thursdays at 630pm Legal Directory Many lawyers who have appeared on the TV show will talk to you for free. Find guests and featured attorneys at www.lawcall.com
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Kellyanne conway ‘surprised’ democrats haven’t put many resources in alabama
Kellyanne conway ‘surprised’ democrats haven’t put many resources in alabama Kellyanne Conway said Monday that Democrats haven’t put much effort into the Alabama Senate race des...
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Eco Mulcher in West Alabama by Southern Land Resources, LLC
Taking out some pines to expand a shooting lane. Using a Kubota SLV-90 2 and a AFE SSECO Mulcher.
Views: 1782 Jamey Graham
Bear sightings in Kimberly, Alabama
The Kimberly Police Department ask that you either contact them or r the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources if you see the bear.
Views: 3138 AL.com
I Can't Believe I Caught this Fish in Alabama! (Super Rare)
I Can't Believe I Caught this Fish! (Super Rare) We are fishing with the Marine Resources Division trying to collect pompano for their breeding stock. We end up catching many other species including something I would never expect to see in Alabama waters! - Book a Trip with Dusty: https://goo.gl/EHxvQY - Video from last attempt: https://youtu.be/LfwWrcOci3k - For information on booking a guided beach fishing trip in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, or Fort Morgan Alabama visit my website here: https://goo.gl/jVFJ9b - For email updates when new videos are posted and access to the exclusive "Stayin Bummy" Facebook group sign up here: https://goo.gl/w9W4KE
Views: 14060 Bama Beach Bum
Alabama BANS Arthur Episode?! No BS is full of it!
Alabama BANS Arthur Episode?! No BS is full of it! No BS brings us, well... a lot of BS in regards to an issue that affects a ton of people. And yet, what we have here is No BS shrugging and going "Iunno, dat be how states is sometimes" And the immediately jumping into the pro conservative rhetoric. Joy. On the claims about California "decriminalizing spreading stis" : https://www.criminaldefenselawyer.com/resources/transmitting-std-california.htm On his claims about illegal immigrant crime: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2018/06/19/two-charts-demolish-the-notion-that-immigrants-here-illegally-commit-more-crime/?utm_term=.5e2ca6175bd7 Original Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfpXJ3uLapw ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ways to Support the Channel: Become a Patron! It greatly helps me keep this channel going : https://www.patreon.com/SurisSkeptic Use TubeBuddy! : https://www.tubebuddy.com/suris PayPal! : paypal.me/SurisSkeptic ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join my Discord! : https://discord.gg/XqjUXp3 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music provided by : Soundcloud.com/omarmsn Intro provided by: https://gaelicnox.weebly.com/ Subscribe to her at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC71inGbxLW6J29xkcYSOE_w Free motion video backgrounds : https://www.videezy.com/free-video/motion-background ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Follow me on twitter : https://twitter.com/Surisskeptic Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Surisskeptic/ Email me at : [email protected] ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Livestreams on your preferred platform! Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/surisskeptic Periscope: https://www.periscope.tv/SurisTheSkeptic Mixer: https://mixer.com/72242520 Smashcast: https://www.smashcast.tv/Suris FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.stauffer.752#_
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Winter MTB in Auburn Alabama | Chewacla State Park
Year-round riding and miles of groomed trails make Chewacla State Park a great stop while in the Auburn-Opelika (Alabama) area. Thanks to the hard work and resources that Central Alabama Mountain Peddlers (CAMP) dedicate to the park, we can provide first class mountain biking for all skill levels. CAMP is an official IMBA (International Mountain Bicycling Association) Chapter located in Central Alabama, headquartered in the Auburn-Opelika area. We are dedicated to improving the lives of the people living and visiting East Alabama. For more info visit: http://www.aotourism.com/ http://www.camp-sorba.org/ Filmed and edited by: Michael Carnrike http://www.michaelcarnrike.com/
Views: 2315 AuburnOpelika