Miami Vice: Danger Beach | The Daily Show

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  • John Garcia 3 months ago

    “Mafia” but delicious, that is really great and funny:

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  • Jun Taiohara 3 months ago

    Wow, last week I had an introduction to environmental engineering class, and the doctor was discussing water treatment, pollutants and algae. What’s happening to Florida is much more worse than what I’ve seen on pictures and slides.

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  • Quest V.S. the world 3 months ago

    West Palm Beach is my home land and that is just crazy I have not heard about that until right now

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  • lolitaluv s 3 months ago

    sugar is not good for us and this is just another reason that will be added in the list….lets go KETO people

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  • Angel L 3 months ago

    What a gem

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  • victoria li 3 months ago

    a breaking bad reference in a miami vice reference

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  • avi gutierrez 3 months ago

    And yet half of everyone wants to move to Florida🙄still though I’d always wanted to visit but goddamn those crazy florida man stories and others are some of the reason the sunshine state needs to change. Damn straight🤨

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  • Bata Tufa 3 months ago

    0:01 Hawaii is part of America tho

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  • Fluff McMuff 3 months ago

    The Great Lakes region is also having issues with industrial/agricultural runoff polluting the lakes leading to algae blooms & dead zones. Some parts of Lake Erie are so polluted, they are devoid of marine life. As climate change accelerates/intensifies, warmer weather & stronger storms will likely worsen the problem. Considering that the Great Lakes are the largest bodies of fresh water on Earth, protecting them from toxic industries is of utmost importance. We can survive without money infinitely longer than without clean drinking water.

    Dumping of industrial waste into the Cuyahoga river lead to the river catching fire on several different occasions. This burning river helped pass the 1972 Clean Water Act & emphasized the importance of environmental protection to the country.

    The GOP wants to deregulate the very industries that destroy the ecosystem/public health for a quick buck. Coal lobbyists such as Andrew Wheeler do not care about environmental protection nor holding big polluters accountable, only getting richer. Likewise, conservative judges typically rule in favor of the wealthy/destructive industries whose toxic waste is making people sick. This might be part of the reason why republicans want for-profit healthcare. Remember that many of the communities that such toxic industries operate in are usually located in low-income cities (that typically vote democrat).

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  • Fluff McMuff 3 months ago

    Thanks for talking about this!

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  • Olivia Quezada 3 months ago

    Red tide doesn’t just kill fish. It kills dolphins, turtles, manatees, anything aquatic and many things that just live near water.

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  • Freya Seiso 3 months ago

    Fun fact:
    blue-green algae are not algae but bacteria

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  • Blake R 3 months ago

    Things like this can change if you get out and Vote.

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  • Don Post 3 months ago

    THANK YOU, President Trump for helping to DESTROY our beautiful coast lines!!! MAGA: Make the Algae Grow Again!!!

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  • Don Post 3 months ago

    Democrats = Regulations and controls on industrial wastes, cleaner air, water, and land. Republicans = NO regulations, NO controls, BIGGER profits for corporate polluters!!!

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  • Don Post 3 months ago

    Make the governor take a bath in that stuff!!!

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  • Samuel Simancas 3 months ago

    I am glad that other states can see the problem no just to listen to it, but see it.
    To much money pass around and the Floridians pay the price.

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  • Mustard Seed 3 months ago

    Toxic dumping in Florida people.

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  • J O 3 months ago

    That is all kinds of f’ed up. You guys need to get serious about the enviroment

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  • Anthony h 3 months ago

    Reminds me of RoboCop 2 sunblock commercial

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