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Saturday, November 27, 2021

Texas Chips Will Rule As Samsung Builds NEW Factory, TESLA Is Next!

 


Texas Chips ARE big, Semi-conductor chips that is, and Samsung is leading the pack.

We've been waiting for the official announcement and now it is here.

Get ready for more new companies like TESLA as Gladiator Movers™ at www.GladiatorMovers.com will

be ready to give ya'll extraordinary moves.

Friday, November 19, 2021

Gladiator Movers™ The OFFICIAL Gladiator Movers Agrees With Elon Musk Texas Has The Best "Spaceport Mixologists"


Everything mixes well in Texas and Gladiator Movers™ www.gladiatormovers.com the OFFICIAL Gladiator Movers™ moving company, agrees with Elon Musk, Texas Mixologist Artists are the Best in the Universe!!!!

Gladiator Movers™ will safely assist your moving journey in any time period, give us a call today at 972-266-5753. 

Monday, November 15, 2021

Texas Rocks For Deer Antler Quality And Is Well Above Average - Whitetail Deer, Turkey Seasons Open in Texas for Modern Guns


NOW, Autumn 2021, is your best time to move into Texas for Whitetail Deer and Turkey. The Texas Fall foliage is in prime condition for your best modern guns and archery for that delicious 400th Anniversary Thanksgiving meal. Gladiator Movers is inviting you today! www.GladiatorMovers.com

Sunday, November 7, 2021

Big Businesses Are Coming To Texas, And NOW Is The Time To Get Your Dream Home To Work Nearby; Don't Get Left Out.

 


The population of Hays County, home to Dripping Springs, grew more than 40% in the last census decade.(Sibby Barrett / Digital File_EMAIL)


Let's Getting Moving To Texas, businesses!

Just west of Austin in Dripping Springs, Texas, a NEW home construction boom is happening.

Are new businesses getting ready to come nearby Austin, Texas and other cities in Texas? 

Gladiator Movers believes so.

Gladiator Movers is ready to encourage and help in any way we can.

Now is the time to get your dream home in Texas.



Monday, November 1, 2021

Move to Texas And Enjoy Restored Lakes and Farmlands This Autumn!

 

Huge Central Texas property near Rockdale sells for $240 million


A North Texas-based investment group has paid $240 million for a more than 31,000-acre property in Central Texas.

Alcoa Corp., a Pennsylvania-based industrial corporation, was the seller of the former Rockdale industrial site in Milam and Lee counties, about 45 miles northeast of Austin, between Austin and College Station. The property was formerly used for an aluminum smelter and coal mining but was restored with lakes and farmland.


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Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Texas Moves - Texas reaches $290 million settlement with Johnson & Johnson in nationwide opioid case


“We’re not done going after these other companies,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said. Overdose deaths related to opioids increased by 30% nationally in 2020.


 

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Texas female deputies in human trafficking task force accuse superiors of sexual exploitation, abuse


 

Houston (CNN)Three former and current Harris County deputy constables allege they were being sexually exploited, molested and harassed by their superiors while assigned to a human trafficking task force, according to a federal civil lawsuit filed Monday.

The female officers -- Liz Gomez, Marissa Sanchez and Felecia McKinney -- claim they were rookie deputies when they were "handpicked" for undercover operations, "molested and traumatized by their intoxicated male commanding officers for their own sexual gratification," the lawsuit says.
And when the deputies reported the abuse to supervisors, the lawsuit alleges they were ridiculed, retaliated against and reassigned to less prestigious duties.

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Monday, May 3, 2021

German Police Shut Down Major Darknet Child Sex Abuse Platform - This is Not the Spencer Tracy Mickey Rooney's "Boystown"


After months of investigation, German police have busted the "Boystown" child sex abuse platform with over 400,000 members. Four German men have been arrested.

Authorities in Germany managed to take down one of the world's biggest child sex abuse platforms following a large-scale investigation which led to several arrests in mid-April, a police statement confirmed on Monday.

The platform "Boystown" was active since at least June 2019 and had a membership of over 400,000. It was only accessible via the so-called darknet.

Four German citizens between the ages of 40 and 64 were detained in relation to the case, three on suspicion of working as administrators for the platform — one of whom was arrested in Paraguay. Another man was taken in under suspicion of being a registered member and the platform's most active user, having contributed more than 3,500 posts.


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