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Ann Barnhardt – A Matter of Record

Ann Barnhardt and I (Warren Pollock) talk about the most important issues of today including the property rights, collateral, the lack of safety in savings and retirement plans, and the 2012 election. We discuss the Sentinel Bankruptcy as a test case for violating key safeguards to any and all of your financial instruments within the context of fraud or banking interests. This ruling has major implications to you as well as Jon Corzine. We anticipate the need to fund Treasuries with funds captured in retirement plans. Most importantly, Ann and I describe events without pointing the finger to “them” this is a time to take personal responsibility by finding clarity in current events.
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Decode the Scene GAME - Eric Stoltz Laura Dern Harry Carey Jr. MOVIE CLIPS

Eric Stoltz Laura Dern Harry Carey Jr. MOVIE CLIPS click to subscribe j.mp When the blind Diana (Laura Dern) asks Rocky (Eric Stoltz) what he looks like, Rocky tells her the truth. TM & © Universal (2012) Cast: Eric Stoltz, Laura Dern Director: Peter Bogdanovich MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: j.mp Join our Facebook page: j.mp Follow us on Twitter: j.mp Buy Movie: amzn.to Producer: Howard P. Alston, CJ Kettler, George Morfogen, Peggy Robertson, Martin Starger Screenwriter: Anna Hamilton Phelan Film Description: This is the true story of Rocky Dennis (Eric Stoltz), a personable young man suffering from “lionitis,” a fatal disease which causes hideous facial disfigurement. The son of freewheeling biker Rusty Dennis (Cher), Rocky is accepted without question by his mom’s boyfriends and cycle buddies, but treated with pity, condescension, and disgust by much of the outside world. The local high school principal tries to get Rocky classified as brain-damaged so he won’t have to enroll the boy in his school, but Rusty fights for her son’s rights with the ferocity of a mother lioness. Rocky makes friends easily both at school and at summer camp. He also falls in love with Diana (Laura Dern), a blind girl who cannot see his deformed countenance and is entranced by the boy’s kindness and compassion. Now that he’s got his own life in order, Rocky sets about to wean his chronically depressed mother from her drug habit. Mask is the sort of story that might have ending up wallowing in its