Demario DeWayne White, Jr. better known by his stage name Moneybagg Yo, is an American rapper and songwriter. He signed to Yo Gotti's record label CMG in October 2016, he signed a distribution deal with Interscope. His latest two projects, Federal 3X and 2 Heartless, debuted at number 5 and number 16 on the Billboard 200, respectively, his early mixtapes were issued including From The Da Block 2 Da Booth and October 20th. In 2016, he released three more. Federal Reloaded, a revision of the first installment of the Federal series, featured guest appearances from Y Grizzle, Young Dolph, OG Boo Dirty, among others; the follow-up, ELO, included guest appearances among others. His work with Yo Gotti continued on a joint effort titled 2 Federal, released in October 2016. Heartless arrived in February 2017 and charted at #177 on the Billboard 200; the mixtape featured guest appearances from Lil Durk. In October 2017, Moneybagg released Federal 3X, his debut with Interscope since signing a distribution deal.
The mixtape contiains a sole feature from YoungBoy Never Broke Again. In 2018, Moneybagg Yo delivered a compilation album titled "Moneybagg Yo Presents: NLess Ent x Bread Gang"; the project was released on January 1, 2018. On February 14, 2018, Moneybagg released his sequel mixtape to 2017's Heartless, 2 Heartless with features from Quavo, Yo Gotti, Lil Baby, BlocBoy JB and production from Zaytoven and Southside. On July 27, 2018 Moneybagg Yo released a 9-track mixtape called Bet On Me with features from YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Lil Baby, Gunna with the production handled from Tay Keith, Drum God and others. Moneybagg Yo released his debut studio album Reset in November, 2018. On March 14, 2012, during his CD release party, Moneybagg Yo was arrested for weapon and drug charges, along with 27 others at Club Masarati. On August 19, 2017, Moneybagg Yo was involved in a shooting at a New Jersey Turnpike rest stop
Reset (Funky album)
Reset is the ninth studio album by Latin Christian artist Luis "Funky" Marrero, released January 2011 on Funkytown Music. On a musical hiatus, Funky had many songs that were not released or songs that could have been tweaked. So he decided to put these all on one album, while he recorded new material for the album. "Hoy" & "Corazones Puro" were the first two songs to come out of the album as singles, but when they were released, they came out with a new mix and a new sound. Produced by: Luis "Funky" Marrero, Orlando Rodriguez, Orlando Quest Mendez http://www.funkytownmusic.com http://www.the2plus5team.com
Reset (Tina Arena album)
Reset is the tenth studio album released by Australian singer and songwriter Tina Arena on 18 October 2013. The first single, "You Set Fire to My Life" was released on 26 September 2013. Despite not being released as a single, "Only Lonely" charted in the top 50 in late November due to being used in an advertisement for the Australian soap opera Home and Away. "Reset All" was released as the second official single on 18 December. Reset is Arena's sixth top 10 album in Australia. Reset was released in the United Kingdom on 3 November 2014. "You Set Fire to My Life" was released at the first single in September 2013 and peaked at 38. "Reset All" was released as the second single and "Love You Less" was announced as the third single in March 2014, but did not eventuate. "Still Running" was released as the third single in August 2014. The video clip was released in July. In addition to the official singles, "Only Lonely" charted at 32 and gained national interest after it was used in a commercial for the 2013 finale of Channel 7's Home and Away as well as at the 2014 Logie Awards.
On 19 February 2014, Arena released remixes of "Don't Hide", which were used in promotion of the 2014 Sydney Mardi Gras. On 9 March 2014, Arena announced the 13-date Reset All Tour. 6 shows were added, the Hobart show was removed, taking the total to 18. The support act was George Perris; this set list is representative of the 1st show in Adelaide. It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour. "Let Me In" "Out Of The Blue" "Soul Mate #9" "Dare You to Be Happy" "Sorrento Moon" "Still Running" "Don't Look Back" "Destination Unknown" "Only Lonely" "Reset All" "Don't Hide" "Never" "Burn" "Symphony of Life" "Heaven Help My Heart"Encore "Chains" "I Need Your Body" "You Set Fire To My Life"
"Reset" is the sixth episode of the second series of the British science fiction television series Torchwood, first broadcast on BBC Three on 13 February 2008. In the episode, the alien-hunting team Torchwood seeks to shut down a pharmaceutical company, experimenting on live aliens to develop a drug that restores the human body to its "factory settings". A series of mysterious deaths in Cardiff prompts Jack to recruit UNIT medical specialist Martha Jones; the victims appear to have died from toxic shock, but their medical records have been deleted and closer examination by Owen and Martha reveals that all have been murdered. Further investigation shows that the victims have suffered from incurable diseases such as diabetes and HIV, but were cured of them prior to their deaths. All were participants in clinical drug trials at a secure medical research facility called The Pharm, run by the well respected medical researcher, Professor Copley. One victim, still alive when Torchwood find her, dies while being questioned and fly-like creatures erupt from her mouth.
Jack and Owen confront the professor who claims only to use human subjects for advanced clinical trials of disease curing drugs, but Jack detects a strong presence of alien life forms within The Pharm, the facility's security system proves to be beyond the ability of Torchwood to hack from the outside. Martha offers to infiltrate the facility disguised as a human test subject and is accepted after claiming to be infected with hepatitis. Once inside, Martha discovers that The Pharm uses a substance called "Reset" that releases alien parasites called Mayflies into the host's body; the parasites cure the patient of any diseases and restores them to "factory settings", but at the price of infecting the patient with the parasite. When the eggs hatch, the creatures destroy the host. Copley determines that Martha's body has experienced the effects of time travel and further connects Martha to Jack and Torchwood. Feeling that she would be a remarkable test subject, Copley injects her with multiple doses of Reset, curious to determine the effect of Mayflies on her immune system.
With The Pharm's computer systems compromised by Martha, Torchwood discover the assassin employed by The Pharm to dispose of research subjects and realise he is about to kill the last living test subject. Ianto and Gwen return him to the Hub for questioning, he agrees to help Torchwood to infiltrate The Pharm and rescue Martha, but it becomes clear that he is infected with Mayflies contracted from one of his previous victims, is about to die. Owen attempts to remove the creature with the singularity scalpel, but fails to operate the device leaving the Mayfly alive and killing the man; the team rushes to the Pharm hidden in the assassin's vehicle, using the dead man in the driver's seat to fool the security guards into letting them inside the compound. Within the Pharm, they find numerous tormented aliens being used to produce various test substances, including the mature Mayfly, the source of Reset, they find Martha near death in the professor's laboratory and Owen this time is able to use the singularity scalpel to neutralise the Mayfly within her.
Jack orders Tosh to shut down the Pharm, euthanizing all of the trapped aliens and crashing all computer systems. Before the team can depart, they are stopped at gunpoint by Professor Copley. Owen places himself between the gun while attempting to reason with the professor. Copley fires, hitting Owen in Jack responds by firing and killing Copley. Martha and the Torchwood team try to save Owen. Jack refers to meeting Christopher Isherwood, attributes the quotations "I am a camera" and "It's not the getting in, it's the getting out" to him. Isherwood would be portrayed by actor Matt Smith, in the 2011 BBC TV film Christopher and His Kind; the song "Feel Good Inc." by Gorillaz plays as Owen study the Mayfly. The song "Freakin' Out" by Graham Coxon plays in the information centre as Ianto lets Martha into the hub. Both songs were written by two different former members of Blur. "Reset" was the first episode of the second series to have an advance broadcast on the digital channel BBC Three ahead of its terrestrial debut.
The episode was first broadcast on BBC Three on 13 February 2008 at 9.50pm. It received its first terrestrial broadcast a week 20 February, at 9.00pm on BBC Two. A pre-watershed version of the episode was aired at 7.00pm 21 February 2008. According to consolidated figures the episode's BBC Three broadcast was watched by 850,000 viewers, its BBC Two debut by 3.22 million viewers and the pre-watershed version by 0.96 million viewers, amounting to an aggregated total of 5.03 million viewers across its three initial showings. Walker, Stephen James. "Part Six: Episode Guide-2.11: Adrift". Something in the Darkness: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to "Torchwood" Series 2. United Kingdom: Telos Publishing Ltd. pp. 208–215. ISBN 978-1-84583-024-3. Walker, Stephen James. "Appendix D: Ratings and Rankings". Something in the Darkness: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to "Torchwood" Series 2. United Kingdom: Telos Publishing Ltd. pp. 269–274. ISBN 978-1-84583-024-3. Reset on Tardis Data Core, an external wiki
Reset (Canadian band)
Reset is a punk rock band formed in 1993 in Montreal, Canada. Reset was formed in 1993 by Chuck Comeau when they were 13 years old; the original band members were Pierre Bouvier, Philippe Jolicoeur, Chuck Comeau and Jean-Sébastien Boileau. The original name for the band was Roach, but as another Canadian band was using this name, the band members decided to change theirs to Reset; the band's first full-length album, No Worries, released in 1997, was recorded at Le Studio Morin-Heights and produced by Rod Shearer. The band shot a video clip for the single "Why?". In 1998, the band lineup changed. Bouvier took Boileau's place in playing bass and a new member, Adrian White from Vancouver, replaced Comeau as drummer after a conflict between Bouvier and Comeau. In 1999, the band released No Limits, co-written by Adrian White; this album was recorded in Vancouver, British Columbia, was produced by Greg Reely. Three video clips were filmed for No Limits: "Pollution", "Pressure", "My Dream and I". Shortly after the filming of "Pressure", Bouvier left Reset to reacquaint with Comeau and form Simple Plan.
David Desrosiers replaced Bouvier in 2000 but only stayed with the band for six months, being recruited by Simple Plan members to fill their bass spot. In 2003, Reset released Radioactive; the album was produced, performed and mastered by Philippe Jolicoeur. This is the first album that Phil produced with Indy Rekordz Inc.. "Choke" and "Kyoto" are the new video clips for that album. On "Kyoto", Reset speaks about Kyoto Protocol. In March 2008, they released their fourth album No Intensity; this album is similar to their first album No Worries, with anti-government songs like "Corrupted To The Bone", "Redemption" and "Papillon". The latter song is based on the book Papillon by Henri Charrière, an autobiography relating Charrière's numerous imprisonments and escapes from French penal colonies; the single for this album is the song'No Intensity'. The album is produced by Rod Shearer, who produced No Worries and the band's demo CD Concerned. Over the years Reset participated in five Canadian tours and three American tours, the 1997, 2000 and 2006 Vans Warped Tour in North America.
Reset has played with bands such as Green Day, MxPx, NOFX, Millencolin, Face to Face, Strung Out, Ten Foot Pole. In March 2009, the band performed a special show with their original line-up for Musique Plus's punk rock show 1-2-3 Punk! 10th anniversary. They played with The Sainte Catherines, Vulgaires Machins, The Planet Smashers and Subb. Phil Jolicoeur stated the band planned to release a new album in summer 2012; the album, named "The Antidote", was released in November 2012 through Cruzar Media. The band did perform at two consecutive Amnesia Rockfest in June 2014 and June 2015. In June 2014, it was the original line-up. However, due to paternal duties, Jean-Sébastien Boileau did not perform and David Desrosiers did perform the set on the Budweiser Stage at the same time as Megadeth and Meshuggah. In June 2015, the band played just before Propagandhi's set on the Thursday evening called Fuck The Sponsors Night with the new line-up It was the last show of the longest bass player that performed with the band.
The band is working on a new album with the current line-up. Current members Philippe Jolicoeur – lead vocals, guitar Gopal D.-Drums Claude Plamondon - bass Former members Pierre Bouvier – lead vocals, bass Chuck Comeau – drums Jean-Sébastien Boileau – bass David Desrosiers – lead vocals, bass Dave Barbaccia – bass, vocals Martin Gendreau – drums Matt Kapuszczak – guitar, vocals Julien Bédard – bass Justin Brandreth- bass Adrian White – drums, keyboards, backing vocals Cédrik Paquin - bass Steven Drudi- Guitar No Worries No Limits Radioactive No Intensity The Antidote Insecticide Concerned No Worries / No Limits Reset on MySpace
Reset (Flying Lotus EP)
Reset is an EP by American electronic music producer Flying Lotus. It was released on Warp Records on October 1, 2007. Charles Ubaghs of Drowned in Sound gave the EP an 8 out of 10, saying: "If he can expand on what he's accomplished here with the same level of technical skill and vision Flying Lotus just might be onto something that forces us all to stand up and take notice in the near future." Stephanie Kale of Exclaim! said: "The closest comparison is J Dilla's Donuts - the grooves come hard and fast like sweet interludes that keep you wanting more."Jack McFarlane of The Skinny described "Tea Leaf Dancers" as "a seductive and sultry post-midnight slow dancer with top 40 written all over it". Reset at Discogs
Possession of stolen goods
Possession of stolen goods is a crime in which an individual has bought, been given, or acquired stolen goods. In many jurisdictions, if an individual has accepted possession of goods or property and knew they were stolen the individual is charged with a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the value of the stolen goods. If the individual did not know the goods were stolen the goods are returned to the owner and the individual is not prosecuted. However, there are exceptions, due to the difficulty of proving or disproving an individual's knowledge that the goods were stolen; the Criminal Code specifies three offences: Possession of property obtained by crime Trafficking in property obtained by crime Possession of property obtained by crime for the purposes of trafficking The basic definition for the possession offence is as follows: 354. Every one commits an offence who has in his possession any property or thing or any proceeds of any property or thing knowing that all or part of the property or thing or of the proceeds was obtained by or derived directly or indirectly from the commission in Canada of an offence punishable by indictment.
Where the value of the property is greater than $5,000, the maximum punishment on indictment is 10 years for possession only, 14 years if related to trafficking. Otherwise, the maximum on indictment is two years and five years or alternatively punishment by summary conviction. Handling stolen goods is the name of a statutory offence in England and Wales and Northern Ireland, it takes place after a theft or other dishonest acquisition is completed and may be committed by a fence or other person who helps the thief to realise the value of the stolen goods. It replaces the offence of receiving stolen goods under section 33 of the Larceny Act 1916; this offence is created by section 22 of the Theft Act 1968 which provides: A person handles stolen goods if, knowing or believing them to be stolen goods he dishonestly receives the goods, or dishonestly undertakes or assists in their retention, disposal or realisation by or for the benefit of another person, or if he arranges to do so. Stolen goods: This term means property stolen anywhere, as long as the theft amounted to an offence where committed.
It includes any proceeds of that property, including money for which it has been sold, anything bought with those proceeds. However, property, returned to the original owner, or otherwise lawful custody, is no longer regarded as stolen, by section 24; this may create difficulties, as in Smith. It is not necessary. However, it is implicit in the definition of offences such as burglary or robbery that handling may apply to the proceeds of these offences. Dealing: The offence of handling is drafted enough to criminalise any dishonest dealing with property, come by dishonestly. A codification of the methods of dealing has been suggested as receiving stolen goods, arranging to receive them, undertaking the keeping, disposing of or realisation of stolen goods by or for the benefit of another person, or helping with any of those things, or arranging to do any of the things in; this makes the actus reus of handling wide. Knowledge or belief: The accused's knowledge or belief as to the nature of the goods is crucial, but has been a constant source of interpretive problems.
Either may be based on what the thief says or some other positive information, but belief is less than knowledge and more than mere suspicion. In R v Hall 81 Cr App R 260, it was held that, per Boreham, J. Belief.. is something short of knowledge. It may be said to be the state of mind of a person who says to himself, "I cannot say I know for certain that these goods are stolen, but there can be no other reasonable conclusion in the light of all the circumstances, in the light of all that I have heard and seen", he went on to distinguish the case where a defendant has said "I suspect that these goods may be stolen, but it may be on the other hand that they are not" The situation is further complicated by the concept of recklessness or wilful blindness to the circumstances. Thus, suspicion will be converted into belief when the facts are so obvious that belief may safely be imputed. So if the defendant bought goods in a pub or a dark alley for a fraction of their true value and it is clear that identification marks or serial numbers have been erased, any denial of belief by the defendant would not be credible.
Dishonestly: The mens rea of the offence is the same as for theft. There was at one time an issue of impossibility in that the defendant may be dishonest and intend to handle goods but which are not in fact stolen; the House of Lords ruled in Haughton v. Smith that where goods stolen have been reduced into lawful possession, not only can they not be handled, but there can be no attempt to handle them. Since section 1 of the Criminal Attempts Act 1981 co