1. Intoxicated mother charged with aggravated reckless child abuse

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    ST. GEORGE - + Video – A 36-year-old St. George woman is charged with aggravated reckless child abuse while intoxicated. Amanda Lee Gardner was taken into custody after her one-year-old child was found wandering around on a second-story balcony outside a motel room they were staying in on April 16. The child and mother were taken to the hospital. The baby was taken into custody by the Utah Child and Family Services Division.

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    • Xiah Junsu - Intoxication Live

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      (Music Station) 28.05.2010

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      • Mild Head Trauma In The Intoxicated Patient 3 5 2015

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        • Faerieland: Scene 14

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          Io Anne - a cage dancer at Nectar's Nightclub - meets cruel Georgie Hedges III - heir to the Presidency - on the outskirts of Treetop City after a fight with Bogie - her ex and would-be soulmate - over his plans to nest with Trinnie Malcolm - heiress to the Magic Mirror fortunes. This dramatic scene is the catalyst to the plot of Faerieland, as the conclusion of the scene sets events into motion that will inexorably alter the paths of our main characters (not featured, here) as well as the entire realm of Faerieland. From Ogreopolis to Treetop City to Trollville and provinces beyond, from the Capital of Otherlynde to the salt mines of the Desolate Wastes, the truth will be revealed. STARRING: Lisa Cullen as Io Montgomery Ostrander as Georgie Written, Produced and Directed by Michael D. Lugo

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          • Médicaments sous influence France 5 10/02/2015

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            "Ancien du laboratoire Merck, Bernard Dalbergue décide, en 2011, de quitter son poste et avec lui un milieu sclérosé par les pratiques controversées et les mensonges. Il révèle ici les scandales dont il a été témoin : comment les laboratoires s'emploient à maquiller certaines études médicales, abusent des instances internationales et mettent en péril la santé de millions de personnes à travers le monde. Cette enquête décrypte, entre autres, les conditions de mise sur le marché international de quelques redoutables médicaments, consommés en masse, et confronte la logique financière des laboratoires au combat de savants et de victimes."

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            • Linea

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              • Window Death

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                A short film that I wrote in 20 minutes, the day before shooting, for my class project. With the amazing talent of my great friends Jacqueline Crockwell and Zengee Wrdpce, taking lead roles. Thank you: Liam Christoffers- AD John Tashiro-DP Carolina Fink-AC Nicolas Leader-Gaffer Andrey Medina and Tyler Strachan- Grips Hal Martin and Eugine Sandy Ismail- Script Supervisor Javi Preacher, Hal Martin, Eugine, Mario Djunaidi, and DJ Clark Directed, Edited, and Production Design: Tamara J. Smith- Taqueth Music By: Alt-J: Hunger of the Pines Read More…

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                • Intoxicated Space | Symposium

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                  The video is part of Newcastle University Masters in Architecture course Stage 5 Design Studio 'Intoxicated Space'. This studio is dealing with the relationship of intoxication with space and how the space allows that particular form of intoxicating activity to take place. We were focusing our research on five types of buildings that are highly correlated with intoxication. These include: spaces of mass gathering, spaces of spirituality, spaces of kinetic activity, aural spaces and spaces of displacement. Through this analysis we were looking to derive a set of mechanisms and commonalities, along with differences, that enhance and promote intoxication.

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                  • Intoxication and Civilization: Beer's Ancient Past

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                    Our May webcast takes on the frothy subject of beer, and explores the science, culture, and history behind the suds. "Intoxication and Civilization: Beer's Ancient Past" features beer and wine archaeologist Patrick E. McGovern and chemist Roger Barth. Our guests discuss the science behind beer, how modern craft breweries can help us understand ancient beers, and how technology has allowed us to drink like an ancient king. They also discuss the spiritual side of beer and the role beer has played in human evolution. Patrick E. McGovern is the Scientific Director of the Biomolecular Archaeology Project for Cuisine, Fermented Beverages, and Health at the University of Pennsylvania Museum. He studies and writes about ancient beverages and drinks their modern incarnations. He is the author of Uncorking the Past: The Quest for Wine, Beer, and other Alcoholic Beverages. Roger Barth is a chemistry professor at West Chester University and author of The Chemistry of Beer: The Science in the Suds. He also makes his own beer. TIME STAMPS: 03:02 INTRODUCTION 05:02 BOB KENWORTHY: You’re both scientists and beer connoisuers, tell us how you became interested in beer. 08:18 MICHAL MEYER: Pat, can you take us back to the beginning of beer? How did it start? 10:04 BOB KENWORTHY: Would you assert that animal behavior and the study of animal behavior can lead us to an understanding of the human desire for intoxication? 12:00 MICHAL MEYER: I want to start looking at the cultural side of beer. How does beer fit into the scheme of human cultural and social evolution? 17:38 MICHAL MEYER: It seems as though we have a double relationship with alcohol, it can be a social lubricant but it can also be a threat. 23:24 SHOW & TELL and CHEMISTRY DEMO: Patrick E. McGovern shares artifact replicas and Roger Barth demonstrates how a hydrometer works. 41:50 BOB KENWORTHY: It seems to me that brewers were early adopters of technology. Was beer the essential ingredient to making humans chemists? 44:14 VIDEO: Behind the scenes at Dogfish Head Brewery. 47:10 TWITTER QUESTION: Was long-term storage of beer a problem for ancient civilizations? 49:31 TWITTER QUESTION: How is non-alcoholic beer made and what percentage of alcohol is in it? 54:07 MICHAL MEYER: Talking about taste, you’ve recreated this ancient beer. What does it actually taste like? What flavors can you find in it? 56:10 MICHAL MEYER: I have a book in front of me, by Friedrich Accum, and he published this in 1820, it’s a treatise on adulteration on food. His section on beer is quite horrifying considering the kinds of things that were put into beer at that time, like opium. 59:05 BOB KENWORTHY: Michal mentioned Pico-Toxins, that are listed as performance enhancing drugs. 1:02:12 OUTRO

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                    • non compos mentis

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