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It sounds like Eugene's mom is the daughter of a korean comfort woman: it explains the secret, it explain the part-japanese dna of Eugene, and Eugene's grandma was probably young enough during ww2 for that, according to Eugene's mother age. She can also be an adopted child, daughter of a comfort woman...
I was very young when my grandfather died. He was a soldier in the Vietnam war. They used a poison called Ancient Orange to kill the trees so that the enemy had nowhere to hide. What they didn’t know at the time, was that it gave everyone cancer. My grandfather died when I was 4 and he was my best friend. The night before we found out that he had died, apparently my family claims that I had a dream that my papa (is what we called him) took my on a ride in heaven, just like he used to when I was little. So yeah.... this video hit me.
1) omg I cried so much about the part with Zach's grandmother because I went through something very similar with my own grandmother and watching somebody you love progressively get worse is one of the hardest things.
2) STOP TRYING TO FIGURE OUT EUGENE'S SECRET!! HE BLEEPED IT FOR A REASON, RESPECT HIS DAMN PRIVACY FFS!!!
I have only lost one living thing in my entire life. That was my pet cat Clover. I had owned Clover my whole life until I was about 7 and a half. He died because he had many health issues. When we got him an Employee who was checking us out told my parents that he was ill and that his brother wasn’t up for adoption because of the health issues he had gotten over the years.
Seeing Ned cry broke my heart... he’s always so happy and optimistic and seeing him so vulnerable and sad is a fresh break from who he normally is and it’s wonderful to see multiple sides of him.
2019 anyone ?
I dont wanna sound like im hating, but there have been a LOT of rumors that this guy is a fraud. I do believe tha people can do such things, but this guy ooooof... he makes it up in the spot.
There are signs that he's lying and they can be backed up by psychology and logic. Here, lemme tell you...
1) he avoids direct contact
2) he speaks too fast
3) he tries to change the subject (ex. the date that he had)
4) as you saw some predictions were false (you might say "well it happens", yeah it does, but you cant get a prediction, oracle, whatever you wanna call it, that's completely innacurate, ex. Eugenes sister and the baby situation)
5) all of his answers are too vague
6) there was no personal question to ensure that a) the medium is not a fraud b) the medium is not talking with another person/an evil spirit or entity and that's a crucial step if you're a medium.
I didnt watch the whole video cause... why should i do that since its not real, but like come on dude... Atleast be a good actor..
I feel so terrible for Ned, I've never seen him so vulnerable to start tearing up on camera, I could never of imagined how he would feel in this situation, her sister seems to be going through some tough times and sometimes it is nice to know the people you loved so dearly and infact watching over you without you knowing. I find these things so fascinating but so gut wrenching at the same time.
OMG I call my grandmother Nanu (for Ned) that's so cool we call them the same same. My parent's language is Hindi so I'm supposed to call my grandmother (my mom's mom) Nani but instead I call her Nanu.
2016 Workforce 100: Ranking the World’s Top Companies for HR.
American Express, which has made the list all three years, takes the top spot in this year’s list of top companies for HR.
To excel at everything from talent management to recruiting to benefits to diversity is not an easy task. To shine in those areas year after year is exemplary. Now in its third year, the Workforce 100 recognizes companies that excel in various areas of human resources during the course of the previous year. To determine which companies make the list, Workforce editors work with researchers from the Human Capital Media Advisory Group, the magazine’s research arm.
To find out which companies are the best for HR management, the research team created a statistical formula to shift through publicly available data on HR performance to separate the best from the rest. This year, to give employees more of a “say,” we’ve asked recruiting and job review website Glassdoor Inc. to provide data on what workers are saying about the companies that made our short list. From there, we combined that information with the public data available to create our 2016 Workforce 100 list.
American Express Inc. was the top company on this year’s list, and it has made the list all three years. Thirty-three other companies have also made all of the lists.