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South Korea will hold a general election next week on April 15th and today is the first day of early voting people have the opportunity to cast their ballots ahead of time today and tomorrow between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. things are different this time because of the coronavirus as our Kim Morgan reports
“S. Korea begins two days of early voting for April 15 general election”
Good afternoon my name is Barrett Vaughn. I’m a graduate of the Juris Doctor program here at Abraham Lincoln University in 2019. I’m originally from Detroit, Michigan and I work as a professor in Alabama and I am currently just starting with an intellectual property program — the LLM program — at Cooley law school
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the law of synchronicity is a sister-in-law of the law of residence it exists to explain to us that everything is synchronized that there’s no coincidence God is a living computer so nothing is left by chance so if you meet someone if you marry someone yes there’s no coincidence if you have this job
-Welcome to “Late Night.” How’s everyone doing? I just watched “The Shining” and he’s starting to seem pretty reasonable. Guy managed to be a hotel caretaker, wrote a book. I’m sure it wasn’t a good book, but, still, a lotta pages. Anyway, let’s get to the news. Oh, and real quick, Martha Stewart said she