Hank Williams, Jr. singing The McCain-Palin Tradition here in my home state of Virginia.
Mr. Barack Obama, spending 20 years in Jeremiah Wright’s church, listening to anti-white hatred day after day does not qualify you to be president of the United States.
Barack Obama, someone who believes in murdering helpless unborn babies by abortion should not be president.
Barack Obama who believes in desecrating Holy Matrimony by allowing sodomites to blaspheme God by getting married should not be president.
SAY THIS PRAYER: Dear Jesus, I am a sinner and am headed to eternal hell because of my sins. I believe you died on the cross to take away my sins and to take me to heaven. Jesus, I ask you now to come into my heart and take away my sins and give me eternal life. *******www.armyofgod****
Heidi Klum and Tom Hanks attended the UNICEF Playlist with the A-list event in Los Angeles and entertained the crowd with a lively rendition of karaoke!
In 'Amore & altri rimedi', Anne Hathaway interpreta Maggie, seducente spirito libero refrattario a qualsiasi legame, compreso quello che considera come una formidabile sfida personale: una relazione stabile. Trova pane per i suoi denti in Jamie Randall, interpretato da Jake Gyllenhaal, giovane brillante che sfrutta il suo fascino inesorabile e quasi infallibile per farsi strada con le donne e nel mondo di tagliagole del commercio farmaceutico. L’intensificarsi della loro relazione nel tempo li coglie impreparati, entrambi sorpresi di sentirsi sotto l’effetto della droga per antonomasia: l’amore. Molte relazioni cominciano dall’amore e arrivano al sesso, questa si muove in direzione contraria, attribuendo al film un senso di imprevedibilità a partire dal racconto di una storia d’amore inconsueta.
âCloud Atlasâ explores how the actions and consequences of individual lives impact one another throughout the past, the present and the future. Action, mystery and romance weave dramatically through the story as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero and a single act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution in the distant future.
With big celebrities come big paychecks…but dang…you wouldn't believe how much bank some of these stars earn!
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In which Hank sings a song about uhhh.... animal romance.
Woody, Buzz, and the rest of their toy-box friends are dropped off at a day-care center after their owner, Andy, who is fond of his toys, departs for college.[
Starring Tom Hanks, Michael Keaton, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack
Hank gets greedy with the ice cream!
"Four Strong Winds" is a song written by Ian Tyson in the early 1960s. It was first recorded by The Brothers Four in a version that "Bubbled Under" the Billboard Hot 100 in October 1963. Subsequently, it was recorded by Ian and Sylvia on an album of the same name released in 1964.
The song is based on the life of transient farm workers, forced to move where work can be found, but its theme is the sometimes temporary nature of human relationships.
This folk classic has been recorded by many artists including Neil Young on his 1978 album Comes a Time (Young also performed the song with The Band at the famous The Last Waltz concert, and in his 2005 documentary Neil Young: Heart of Gold), Sarah McLachlan, Hank Snow, The Seekers, Judy Collins, Bob Dylan, Marianne Faithfull, The Searchers, Teenage Fanclub, John Denver, Bobby Bare, The Brothers Four (in an album by the same name), The Kingston Trio, Trini Lopez, Waylon Jennings, Chad and Jeremy, Ulf Lundell, The Tragically Hip, Joan Baez, and most recently, Johnny Cash. It was a hit by Bobby Bare in 1964. It was also a big hit in Norway in 1966 in a Norwegian version: "Mot ukjent sted" by The Vanguards and a big hit in Sweden in 1967 in a Swedish version: "Mot okänt land" recorded by The Hep Stars.
The song is also referenced in A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving. The narrator remembers how the main character, Owen, loved to hear that song as sung by the character of Hester.
In 2005, CBC Radio One listeners chose this song as the greatest Canadian song of all time on the series 50 Tracks: The Canadian Version.
The mentioning of Alberta in the lyrics led it to be considered in a contest to choose a provincial song, which it did not win. Additionally, the song is sung on the last night of the Edmonton Folk Music Festival each year...pls enjoy!!!
"We're about to make our first high-speed run in the still-black 2008 Dodge Viper ACR when the old guy pulls up to our makeshift pit. He looks exactly like the guy you'd expect to meet in the middle of the Bonneville Salt Flats, like a worn-out Hank Williams, Jr.
Over the deafening cackle of his Cummins-powered diesel pickup, he yells, ""What's you boys doin'?""
""We're going to make a few runs in this Viper here.""
""Yeah, how fast will she run?""
""We don't really know. Maybe 190 or so.""
By the expression on his face, it's obvious ol' Hank has figured out that we have no idea what we're doin'. He knows we're just a bunch of yahoos with a fast car. He takes a good long look at the big winged Viper, then he shuts off the truck's engine so we can hear him better.
""When you're going fast, the slightest gust of wind can flip you,"" he says. ""That's why we only ran early in the morning when the air was calm.""
We look up at the mid-afternoon sun and wonder what we've gotten ourselves into.
""And make sure you don't run out of room,"" he continues. ""You think you have all the space in the world, then Floating Mountain is suddenly right in your face. I remember when I went for 300 mph back in 1978; my chutes didn't open and I almost didn't get her stopped."" He runs his fingers through a white beard. ""Didn't make 300 either,"" he adds. ""Only 280.""
Great. We thought this Bonneville thing was as easy as holding our foot down until the speedometer stopped moving. Now Mr. Monday Night has us imagining our $100,000 Viper sliding across the Utah desert on its roof. "
Check out the trailer for Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead DVD release! Master filmmaker Sidney Lumet (The Verdict, Dog Day Afternoon, Serpico) scores big with this absorbing suspense thriller. Oscar®-winner Philip Seymour Hoffman is Andy, an overextended payroll executive who lures his younger brother, Hank (Ethan Hawke), into a larcenous scheme: the pair will rob a suburban mom-and-pop jewelry store that appears to be the quintessential easy target. The problem is, the store owners are Andy and Hank's real mom and pop, and when the seemingly perfect crime goes awry, the damage sends them hurtling toward a shattering climax. The DVD includes feature commentary and making-of documentary.
The Flying Turtle Song.