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    BGTV Media Online blog features the truth of what is going on in our world today. Regular people with regular lives and their experiences with life. This blog features videos that I feel will be helpful in Education of the outside world and the struggles we face as humans to survive. Some videos will be for entertainment as well.

    I find that people in different countries and cultures are just the same as me and you. I really didn’t feel that way until I moved to California in 2003 and started meeting people from all walks of the world.

    Being a southern small town girl from the east coast so used to dealing mainly with only two races(black and white), I was really fascinated when I arrived in California.

    The hot weather and the smell of different exotic foods in the air immediately drew me to love this place. Besides that now I felt free to be myself and live my life.

    Over the years I have met (OMG) I can’t even begin to count how many people, but many became work associates and some good friends.

    Getting to know people and their cultures I began to understand that we all are the same. We all breathe the air and have to attend to everyday life situations that may come our way.

    Modeling was one of my professions and in doing that I have come to understand the true beauty of a person on the inside and out. I understand that it’s not what’s on the outside that is true beauty, but what’s on the inside as beauty is skin deep, but ugly is too the bone. Honestly I hate stuck up people and folks who think they are all that. After going through many challenges in my life, I understand human nature and think and understand the concepts of life and human beings well. This in the long run have taught me how to associate with people as an individual as well as a group.

    Now I have made it my business to spread the word and the truth about so many unfortunate people and the disasters that strike their lives.

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Archive for the ‘California’ Category

Crazy Cali~a mother and her 12yr old son SHOT after chuckling at stranger on the street

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2015-04-10

A 44-year-old woman fatally shot by a gunman who opened fire in front of her 12-year-old son apparently was unknown to the shooter, only having laughed at him when driving by just prior to her death, authorities said Thursday. Denise Chiffon Berry, 44, was killed in a Hawthorne shooting April 1, 2015. (Credit: DMV) The woman had stopped beside a police officer to say she thought she was being followed when the gunman got out of a Cadillac and fired into her Mercedes-Benz, striking her and her son, in Hawthorne Wednesday afternoon.  The officer returned fire, killing the shooter. lovelyti2013 

Posted in Blog Talk, California | Leave a Comment »

After Warmest Winter, Drought-Stricken California Limits Water But Exempts Thirstiest Big Growers

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2015-04-06

As California’s record drought continues, Gov. Jerry Brown has ordered residents and non-agricultural businesses to cut water use by 25 percent in the first mandatory statewide reduction in the state’s history. One group not facing restrictions under the new rules is big agriculture, which uses about 80 percent of California’s water. The group Food & Water Watch California has criticized Brown for not capping water usage by oil extraction industries and corporate farms, which grow water-intensive crops such as almonds and pistachios, most of which are exported out of state and overseas. Studies show the current drought, which has intensified over the past four years, is the worst California has seen in at least 120 years. Some suggest it is the region’s worst drought in more than a thousand years. This comes after California witnessed the warmest winter on record. We speak with environmental reporter Mark Hertsgaard, author of the book, “Hot: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth.” Democracy Now!

Posted in California, Food, Natural Disasters, Survival, United States, Water | Leave a Comment »

“LAPD Officers Shoot Man in Broad Daylight”

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2015-03-03

An altercation with police led to tragedy this past Sunday in Los Angeles.
Source: Sourcefed

Posted in Blog Talk, California | Leave a Comment »

“Massive explosion at ExxonMobil oil refinery injures four and causes gas leak

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2015-02-19

 An explosion at an ExxonMobil refinery in Torrance, California caused a gas leak and small fire at the gasoline processing unit shortly before 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday. Four workers were injured and the explosion shattered the windows of surrounding buildings. The California Department of Industrial Relations has opened an investigation into the explosion to determine the cause of the blast. Until then, ExxonMobil is not allowed to operate the refinery’s fluid catalytic cracking unit. According to Oil Price Information Service, a trade publication, an unidentified source reports that the refinery’s electrostatic participator exploded as workers were doing maintenance on the fluid catalytic cracking unit next to it. A small ground fire was ignited after the explosion, but was quickly extinguished by firefighters. A gasoline leak also prompted the refinery to activate the flare towers in order to burn off fuel. The towers shot flames hundreds of feet into the air while creating extremely black smoke. The explosion caused the ground to shake so hard that a nearby seismometer at Caltech registered the explosion as a 1.7-magnitude earthquake. Torrance Mayor Patrick Furey has suggested that nearby residents stay indoors, turn off their air conditioners and keep the windows closed.
Source: TomoNews
Published: February 19, 2015

Posted in California, Gas, News | Leave a Comment »

“Vegas road rage victim son fired back at suspect”

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2015-02-19

 Tammy Meyers, a 44-year-old mother of four, was shot in the head last Thursday night outside her Las Vegas home, and authorities are asking for the public’s help in locating the alleged gunman. Meyers was critically injured following what authorities have called a road rage incident; on Saturday, two days after she was shot, Meyers died after her family decided to end her life support. 
Source: HLN
Published Feb 19, 2015

Posted in Blog Talk, California, News | Leave a Comment »

Caught on cam: Man carjacks driver at gunpoint!

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2015-02-10

A suspect is in custody after video shows him appearing to lead police on a wild car chase around Los Angeles, California, on Monday and attempting to carjack a woman at gunpoint.According to CNN affiliate KCAL, police responded to a call of a stolen vehicle and the male suspect was traveling 50-60 mph on local streets. He crashed into several vehicles. He appeared to point a gun at a driver, and he made it onto the 710 Freeway in east Los Angeles.
Source:HLN
Published Feb10,2015

Posted in California, News | Leave a Comment »

“The Science Behind Santa Ana Winds”

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2015-02-06

The Science Behind Santa Ana Winds The Santa Ana winds are sweeping through Southern California. We take a look at how wind can be strong enough to cause serious damage.

Source: The Weather Channel 

Posted in California, Natural Disasters, Storms, Weather | Leave a Comment »

“Drought in the Golden State: California Soul (Trailer)

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2015-01-27

California is in the middle of the worst drought it’s seen in nearly 500 years. We’re heading out to the driest towns to see just how screwed we really are and what people are doing to carry on. California tends to be thought of as a home to movie stars, cults, gangs, hippies, and bronzed beach babes. But beyond the facade of Hollywood, some darker issues loom over Tinsel Town. VICE will delve into some of the Sunshine State’s seedier stories, as well as explore the oddest sub­cultures, practices, problems, and pseudo­legal operations in the state. The new Vice.com series CALIFORNIA SOUL takes us into these bizarre worlds, painting a realistic picture of the glamorously strange side of California. Source: Vice

Posted in California, Documentaries, Survival, Water | Leave a Comment »

“Raw: California in the Midst of Damaging Storm”

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-12-12

Associated Press
      
Published on Dec 11, 2014

Strong gales and sheets of rain that knocked out electricity, flooded freeways and toppled trees in Northern California churned Thursday to a slide-prone Southern California bracing for its own beating. (Dec. 11)

Posted in California, Storms, Water, Weather | Leave a Comment »

Students take a stand to topple teacher tenure

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-27

PBS NewsHour

Students take a stand to topple teacher tenureA 2012 legal case brought by nine public school students in California, who argued the state’s teacher tenure laws denied their right to a quality education, ended a few months ago after a judge declared the laws unconstitutional. Shortly after the ruling, legal action regarding teacher tenure laws began in another state, with parents in New York filing a similar lawsuit.

Posted in California, Children, Education, Students | Tagged: , , , | Leave a Comment »

California river running dry

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-10-23

Al Jazeera English

When you think of the world’s great rivers, you’ll probably think of the likes of the Nile or the Amazon. And in north America, the mighty Mississippi. But on the other side of the US, another great river, the San Joaquin is in a much more precarious position. It’s America’s most endangered river, with farmers blamed for causing the crisis. Al Jazeera’s Jennifer London reports along the San Joaquin River.

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9/21/2014 — Glacier breaks off Mt. Shasta Volcano in North California – Lahar mud flow

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-09-22

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Glacier breaks off Mount Shasta Volcano in North California — Lahar mud flow

Full post with links here:

http://dutchsinse.tatoott10­09.com/9212014-glacier-breaks-off-mount-shasta-volcano-in-north-california-lahar-mud-flow/

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September 21, 2014

A lahar mud flow occurred from the Southeast flank of Mt. Shasta in Northern California.

The professionals are vexed at the moment, however I have a suspicion that some will soon realize this is related to volcanic / seismic activity in the region.

Posted in Blog Talk, California, Earthquakes, Natural Disasters | Leave a Comment »

Hurricane Odile Slams Mexico’s Baja California

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-09-16

Associated Press

Hurricane Odile blazed a trail of destruction through Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula that leveled everything from ramshackle homes to big box stores and luxury hotels, leaving roads and entire neighborhoods as disaster zones Monday. (Sept. 15)

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Fires Forcing Evacuations in California

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-09-15

Associated Press

Two fires are forcing hundreds of people to evacuate their homes in California. A separate fire has burned at least one and a half square miles in Oregon. (Sept. 15)

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California Earthquake: No Early Warning System

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-08-25

Wall Street Journal

Napa residents weren’t warned of the recent 6.0-magnitude earthquake because the state doesn’t have an early warning system like ones found in Japan and Chile. The WSJ’s Deborah Kan speaks to David Oppenheimer of the U.S. Geological Survey about the latest quake to strike the San Francisco Bay Area.

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