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This isnt just a normal cracker anymore, its a bomb :)
20 Jan 2007
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An overview of what you will learn in the STCW Advanced Firefighting COurse presented by Blue Water Yachting.
19 Oct 2009
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Well now the GBA is old news everyone's moved on, which i think makes this the perfect time for a tribute to one of the best systems i'll ever have. So here is my Tribute to the GameBoy Advance! Hope you enjoy it This has clips from some of my all time favorite games. Please no comments like "what about (game title)?" these are clips from MY favorite games. With that outta the way EDIT: My video got blocked because of copyrights on one of the songs, so i had to switch out the audio with a song youtube offers in audio swap. I actually like the new song better though. Below is a list of the games in this video with the times they're shown at. Mega Man Zero (0:04) Summon Night: Swordcraft Story (0:23) Summon Night: Swordcraft Story 2 (1:03) Tales of Phantasia (1:59) Tales of the World 3 (2:45) Fire Emblem: Sealed Sword (3:37) Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword (4:46) Golden Sun (5:30) Golden Sun: The Lost Age (6:38) Riviera: The Promised Land (7:22) Games that were not used but i wanted to put in Final Fantasy: Tactics Advance Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones Sigma Star Saga The Legend of Zelda: A Link to te Past The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap NOTE: most of these games are RPG's because i believe the RPG's are where the GBA was strongest, Action games normally need good graphics to make them look as good as they play and fighting games just don't play well on GBA ect. RPG's are really the strongest point of the GBA in my opinion. Made using: Windows Movie Maker All Games Played by: Me All Clips Recorded by: Me Special Thanks to: Genis12 for helping with recording tips Thanks for Watching.
26 Sep 2009
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**GRAPHIC** Deputy Kyle Dinkheller, Laurens County, GA, was minutes from being off duty when he encountered a speeding pickup truck going 98 mph. The deputy was an ICE (Interstate Criminal Enforcement) officer that dealt with traffic infractions, speeding and the occasional drug bust. This was a low risk or unknown risk stop for speeding. He radioed in the speeding infraction, made a U-turn in the median and pursued the vehicle. The driver, Andrew Brannan, stopped his vehicle, exited and started a crazy, dancing jig in the middle of the road while swearing at the officer and shouting Im a god-damned Vietnam vet. At first, he ignored Dinkhellers commands to step towards the deputy, which always began with `Sir. When he finally complied, he attacked the deputy and a scuffle ensued. The deputy implemented the use of his asp and ordered Brannan to `get back. This procedure was repeated, but after what appeared to be a second scuffle, the suspect returned to his vehicle and retrieved a M-I Carbine from under the seat. The first shots were fired nearly 50 seconds after Brannan returned to his vehicle despite the deputys commands. Brannan ignored the repeated commands to put the gun down and Deputy Dinkheller apparently fired the first shot. Brannan, a Vietnam veteran, advanced firing on the deputy. Dinkheller returned fire, but succeeded only in breaking a window in the drivers side of the pickup and wounding Brannan in the stomach. Using `suppressive fire, Brannan systematically, methodically shot Dinkheller in the arms, legs, exposed areas that would not be covered had Dinkheller been wearing a bulletproof vest, slowly executing him. Reloading his weapon Brannan continued firing with the final death shot to Dinkhellers right eye.
28 Oct 2010
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Survivability and Protection : Equipped with the active-protection hard-kill system, "Trophy", the Mk. 4 provides the best protection level ever. Other survivability features: all-round ballistic protection, including roof protection, provided by modular Special Armour, tank systems weight is utilized to enhance crew protection (e.g.: the location of the power-pack in the front), and a state-of-the-art Laser Warning System (LWS). Mobility : The Mk. 4 is equipped with a state-of-the-art diesel-based power-pack. It also features a robust hydro-mechanical suspension. The automotive system enables the tank to negotiate rough terrain while maintaining crew comfort thus sustaining a high level of crew readiness. Fire Power : The upgraded 120mm main gun is capable of firing high power ammunition as well as multi-mode rounds that are set in chamber. The advanced Fire-Control System is capable of tracking, locking and hitting moving targets, like tanks and helicopters, using the standard tank ammunition. Other systems incorporated into Merkava Mk. 4 include : Advanced thermal imaging and TV systems. All-electrical turret and gun control system. Independent panoramic stabilized commander sight, equipped with thermal and TV channels. An integrated C4I system, available to all crewmembers. Rearward looking camera. An upgraded internal mortar with increased firing range. Auxiliary Power Unit (APT). Over the last 40 years, the Merkava program has promoted considerable expansion of Israel's industrial and technological potential. Improved technologies related to tank manufacturing include welding and machining of large armor bodies, casting of ballistic steels, production of guns, state-of-the- art electro-optical systems and protection & armour technologies, including the recent active protection "Trophy" system. The Merkava technologies were applied throughout the years in many other combat vehicles worldwide, new and upgraded alike.
15 Jan 2014
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"The Beast"...very fitting for this man who I refuuuuuse to call "President". The Cadillac will make its debut on 20 January, as part of the inaugural parade. It is traditional to show presidential cars off for the first time in this way. Many of the vehicle's security enhancements cannot be discussed, it is safe to say that this car's security and coded communications systems make it the most technologically advanced protection vehicle in the world." Safety and high-tech features include 8-inch thick armor-plated doors (each weighing the same as a cabin door on a Boeing 757), run-flat Kevlar-reinforced tires that are puncture and shred-resistant, an independent oxygen supply, an advanced fire-fighting system located in the boot, pump-action shotguns, night-vision cameras and tear-gas cannons, Obamas own personal storage of blood, bulletproof glass, a completely sealed interior to ward off a chemical attack, and special steel wheels that can drive without the tire attached. Some joke the car is so tough it could withstand a rocket-propelled grenade. Its exterior is styled around the Cadillac STS and DTS but underneath the sheet-metal the vehicle is built on a medium-duty truck chassis. The limo has recently been seen testing in prototype form alongside several GMC Topkick pickups, and according to onlookers the wheels and tires on the limo are almost identical to those on the trucks 19.5in Goodyear Regional RHS tires. The rest of the exterior includes parts from several Cadillac models, such as headlights from an Escalade, and the grille and taillights from an STS. The panels are comprised of dual-hardness steel, aluminum, titanium and ceramic material to help break up projectiles aimed at the car. Inside, the car features the same cut-and-sewn handmade leather upholstery found in the CTS. The rear passenger area includes an extensive executive compartment with ample seating space, outward visibility and useful mobile office features. An embroidered presidential seal is positioned in the center of the rear seat back panel, as well as on each rear door trim panel. Presidential seals are also affixed to the exterior rear doors. http://www.motorauthority.com/first-specs-for-barack-obamas-cadillac-one.html
28 Jan 2014
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