NPR News
6 months
Burt and Roxanne hit it off, and before long, Roxanne was making candles with unused wax from Burt's beehives. They made $200 at their first craft fair; within a year, they'd make $20,000.' "The company grew and moved its headquarters to Durham, N.C., in 1993. But Shavitz's partnership with Quimby unraveled in the late '90s. The Daily Beast, citing Shavitz and a documentary titled Burt's Buzz, says the two reached a settlement after Quimby found out Burt had an affair with a college-age girl who worked at one of the Burt's Bees stores. "Quimby eventually bought out Shavitz. Burt's Bees is now owned by the Clorox Co." Burt's Bees made Quimby wealthy, and she used her fortune to buy large quantities of former timber land in northern Maine. But her plans to protect the landscape weren't welcomed by all local residents, as Susan Sharon reported for NPR in 2011 : "For generations, Maine's North Woods have provided pulp for the state's paper mills and created plenty of good jobs in an area with little other economic activity.
InfoWars Daily Podcast
a year
On this Sunday, January 17 edition of the Alex Jones Show we break down the "Mark of the Beast" and discuss what the elite plans for humanity's future. We'll analyze the situation in France, where left-wing activists are attempting to censor video of Muslim migrants attacking journalists in a notorious refugee camp, while also covering the latest headlines in the presidential race, including the brewing feud between presidential frontrunner Donald Trump and Ted Cruz over the senator's mysterious loans from big banks. The CIA's attack on the new "13 hours" Benghazi film, which they claim falsely pushes the idea of a stand down order from the White House, will be examined as well. We'll also take your calls on today's worldwide transmission.
InfoWars Daily Podcast
a year
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2 years