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Emu dance Mating game frenzied bird
12 Oct 2007
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Valentineâ??s Day for Lovers Bend Oregon http://www.EdibleArrangementsOregon.com Bend Oregon Valentineâ??s Day celebration holds enormous significance. Lovers around the world restlessly wait for the celebration as it gives them a chance to articulate love for their much-loved and spend a night in togetherness. Celebrating the festival in a traditional manner lovers go out for date in a park or spend time looking into the eyes of their partners over a candlelight ceremonial dinner. Indulging sweethearts with fresh edible floral arrangements, red roses, edible arrangement chocolates, cards and other gifts of love is the other most accepted tradition of Bend Oregon Valentineâ??s Day. Historic Association of Bend Oregon Valentineâ??s Day. Website and SEO by- http://www.SaleAccelerator.com "Your SEO Search Engine Optimization Company" Ever since its inception the Bend Oregon Valentineâ??s Day has been linked with romance. Bend Oregon Valentineâ??s Day originated in pagan times when people celebrated February 14 in honor of Roman God of Fertility. This fertility festival coincided with beginning of the spring and was popularly known as the Feast of Lupercalia.A popular custom of this festival was pairing of young boys and girls for a year through a lottery system. The couples would eventually fall in love and marry. http://www.EdibleArrangementsOregon.com Another tale that linked Bend Oregon Valentineâ??s Day festival to the day of romance goes back to the reign of Emperor Claudius II of Rome. A callous king, Claudius constantly engaged Rome in gory battles. Claudius found it tough to obtain soldiers for his army and felt that the reason why many men are not willing to become soldiers was their attachment with wives and families. In order to get rid of the cause of the problem perceived Claudius banned marriages and engagements in Rome. Young men and women found a savior in Saint Valentine, who defied Claudiusâ??s ruling and arranged secret marriages. Valentineâ??s act of defiance was noticed and he was put to death by Claudius on February 14 circa 270 AD. Later, when Christianity spread through Rome, Christian Church decided to turn the popular pagan event as a Christian celebration in honor of St Valentine. St Bend Oregon Valentineâ??s Day festival gradually came to be celebrated as a day to express love for sweethearts. Besides, during the Middle ages, people in England and France believed that February 14 marked the beginning of birds mating season. This belief further boosted the idea that February 14 should be celebrated as a day for romance. Valentines Day Celebration by Lovers http://www.EdibleArrangementsOregon.com Elaborate plans are made by lovers to celebrate Bend Oregon Valentineâ??s Day festival in the much-popularized romantic fashion. For some lovers the day begins by whispering â??I love youâ?? in the ears of beloved. The romantic gesture is usually accompanied with an exchange of red roses, chocolates, cards and other gifts. Most lovers plan to spend the entire day in the company of their beloved and celebrate being in love. All around the city, be it parks, mall, restaurants or discotheques one can find couples celebrating the idea of being in love. Such lovey-dovey celebrations often continue till late in the night as several clubs and hotels organize Bend Oregon Valentineâ??s Day balls and dance parties. Those away from their Valentine keep in touch through e-mails and phone. Sending online Bend Oregon Valentineâ??s Day gifts is fast becoming a fad amongst lovers separated by a distance. http://www.EdibleArrangementsOregon.com Though one may say that love is to be celebrated everyday and not just one, lovers cherish the fact that there is exclusively a festival that celebrates love and lovers and provides opportunity to pamper their beloved with love. http://www.EdibleArrangementsOregon.com Keywords: activities valentineâ??s day Bend, animated valentineâ??s day Bend, christian valentineâ??s day Bend, cupid day Bend, cute valentineâ??s Bend, cute valentineâ??s day Bend, first valen...
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Here from the series "Planet Earth" the male bird does a dance to try and lure the female so he can find his partner and mate. Kind of like the human males in the clubs, LOL!
26 Nov 2008
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The clip appearing on saterday night live from Man of the Year (2006) it's Weekend Update with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler! Hi. I'm Amy Poehler. I'm Tina Fey. And here are tonight's top stories. A Malaysian man, famous for pulling planes and buses with his hair, died this week of heart complications. Tragically, he would still be alive but he insisted on pulling his own ambulance. Hey, I just went through the cue cards, and you're gonna kill. It's gonna work like a charm. Don't worry about a thing. Do a couple of those Eleanor Green jokes and we get this stuff way, way behind you, all right? All right. You can go on and be President. Forensic scientists say they have recreated George Washington as he looked at age 19, while Tom Dobbs has recreated how Thomas Jefferson would've looked if he were crazy. ...and when the source is finally identified, Tom Dobbs will sleep with it. A report suggests that more species of birds mate for life than previously believed, while other species only mate for votes. This week Tom Dobbs' presidential transition team briefed him on day-to-day activities in the Oval Office. However, Dobbs became upset when he learned that Monday would no longer be re-runs. I heard that! Uh-oh, who said that? Do we have a special guest? Hello. Welcome. You know my wife. President-elect Tom Dobbs. Just in the neighborhood, thought I'd drop by. I always wanted to say that
26 Nov 2011
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The Internet inspired us to share these examples of why the world can be an awesome place. Music: https://soundcloud.com/meekah/burning-land-1 This video was inspired by a BuzzFeed post: http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/the-happiest-facts-of-all-time Which was also inspired by a Reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/16wirc/reddit_what_is_the_happiest_fact_you_know/ Photo Credits: Holding Hands Joe Robertson/flickr.com Be thankful that spiders can't fly. http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/the-happiest-facts-of-all-time Cute boy face with butterfly/Wikimedia Commons http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cute_boy_face_with_butterfly.jpg http://www.neatorama.com/2008/08/16/norway-knighted-a-penguin/ Beautiful wide smile of young fresh woman with great healthy white teeth. vita khorzhevska/Shutterstock.com Dog Photobomb - Christmas family photo. http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/the-happiest-facts-of-all-time Seal point Munchkin on blue tie dye background.  Linn Currie/Shutterstock.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russi_Taylor Rabbits with the jump competition rabbit-hop the rabbit hop is the new sport for kids they learn to work patiently with animals. AnetaPics/Shutterstock.com AS17-145-22224/Wikimedia Commons http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:AS17-145-22224.jpg Earth's Moon. http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Moon Fawn-pug-and-black-pug/Wikimedia Commons http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Fawn-pug-and-black-pug.jpg Polecat cubs in the nest. BMJ/Shutterstock.com Adorable beautiful newborn baby cradled in its mothers hands looking up with a look of wonderment. Langstrup/Shutterstock.com  Atlantic Puffins. Dave Ian Roberts/http://magblog.audubon.org/till-death-do-us-part-birds-mate-life Andreas Mulder/http://www.puffinpalooza.com/category/puffin-pictures/ Rat By Nadia Mitnick Spiderman Brandon Dill / AP Suryia the Orangutan & Roscoe The Hound Dog http://www.norcalblogs.com/gate/2010/07/12/suryia-the-orangutan-roscoe-the-hound-dog/ Meet The Quokka http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/07/quokka-happiest-animal-in-world_n_2426133.html lunch box. usako/Shutterstock.com I Can't Believe This Is Happening! http://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/11n687/i_cant_believe_this_is_happening/
25 Apr 2013
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dog mating documentary. this kind of behaviour is rare in dog mating process and cannot be seen often. Watch Donkey Mating or Breeding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrPVgfuN0p8 Watch Horse Mating or Breeding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKr3vnWTh_I Watch Lion Mating or Breeding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9g9lxf9zW0 Watch Tiger Mating or Breeding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnV34RPIw4I Watch Bird Mating Dance or Breeding Dance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2RwrWaUP4E Dog breeding is the practice of mating selected dogs with the intent to maintain or produce specific qualities and characteristics. When dogs reproduce without such human intervention, their offsprings' characteristics are determined by natural selection, while "dog breeding" refers specifically to the artificial selection of dogs, in which dogs are intentionally bred by their owners.A person who intentionally mates dogs to produce puppies is referred to as a dog breeder. Breeding relies on the science of genetics, so the breeder with a knowledge of canine genetics, health, and the intended use for the dogs attempts to breed suitable dogs. Humans have maintained populations of useful animals around their places of habitat since pre-historic times.[2] They have intentionally fed dogs considered useful, while neglecting or killing others, thereby establishing a relationship between humans and certain types of dog over thousands of years. Over these millennia, domesticated dogs have developed into distinct types, or groups, such as livestock guardian dogs, hunting dogs, and sighthounds. To maintain these distinctions, humans have intentionally mated dogs with certain characteristics to encourage those characteristics in the offspring. Through this process, hundreds of dog breeds have been developed. Initially, the ownership of working and, later, purebred dogs, was a privilege of the wealthy. Nowadays, many people can afford to buy a dog. Some breeders chose to breed purebred dogs, while some prefer the birth of a litter of puppies to a dog registry, such as kennel club to record it in stud books such as those kept by the AKC (American Kennel Club). Such registries maintain records of dogs' lineage and are usually affiliated with kennel clubs. Maintaining correct data is important for purebred dog breeding. Access to records allows a breeder to analyze the pedigrees and anticipate traits and behaviors. Requirements for the breeding of registered purebreds vary between breeds, countries, kennel clubs and registries. Breeders have to abide the rules of the specific organization to participate in its breed maintenance and development programs. The rules may apply to the health of the dogs, such as joint x-rays, hip certifications, and eye examinations; to working qualities, such as passing a special test or achieving at a trial; to general conformation, such as evaluation of a dog by a breed expert. However, many registries, particularly those in North America, are not policing agencies that exclude dogs of poor quality or health. Their main function is simply to register puppies born of parents who are themselves registered.
21 Dec 2013
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Eh, why not. Time to rape your childhood...*ahem*...moahahaha! The ending got messed up. Yakko says: "Wait til we're alone." I had to tell you otherwise you wouldn't get it. If there is a joke you don't get, don't hesitate to ask me. I won't make fun of you. Video contains following shows: Ed Edd n Eddy, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Rocko's Modern Life, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends, SpongeBob SquarePants, Regular Show, Animaniacs, Hey Arnold!, The Penguins of Madagascar, Adventure Time, Chowder, Invader Zim, Dexter's Laboratory, The Ren & Stimpy Show, Powerpuff Girls, Courage The Cowardly Dog, My Life As a Teenage Robot, Phineas and Ferb Extra Notes. 1. Ok, there may be some confusions for those who don't know about the Adult Swim episode of "Dexter's Lab"...It's called Rude Removal, a web episode. Just look it up. Why I added it? I sort of thought I could. Aside the censored swearing (and the title card with Dee Dee flipping the bird) the episode is creepily similar to a normal episode of the show. I don't know why they made it though. Animation project, maybe? 2. Yeah, and the whole concept of Kowalski trying to seduce a chicken, if not bad enough, is actually much nastier and worse if you know about bird mating (believe me, I've studied it in school). Really, it's pretty risky for a kids show. The line: "Tell it to the swagger end, baby." just pushes it. Luckily, there are barely any children who know about the birds' mating instincts, let alone maybe knowing about how humans reproduce (If they're younger). I don't have to explain the act of bird mating, just look it up on the internet if you're curious. 3. Adding much more shows than in my last one. I like this one better than my previous one, as I improved on mixing. 4. Video was originally uploaded 8th of May, but I had to remove it and edit it for reasons I don't want to tell. All cartoons and clips belong to Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Looney Tunes, Disney Channel yaddayaddayadda...
5 Mar 2014
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Watch Donkey Mating or Breeding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrPVgfuN0p8 Watch Horse Mating or Breeding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKr3vnWTh_I Watch Lion Mating or Breeding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9g9lxf9zW0 Watch Tiger Mating or Breeding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnV34RPIw4I Watch Bird Mating Dance or Breeding Dance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2RwrWaUP4E Dog breeding is the practice of mating selected dogs with the intent to maintain or produce specific qualities and characteristics. When dogs reproduce without such human intervention, their offsprings' characteristics are determined by natural selection, while "dog breeding" refers specifically to the artificial selection of dogs, in which dogs are intentionally bred by their owners.A person who intentionally mates dogs to produce puppies is referred to as a dog breeder. Breeding relies on the science of genetics, so the breeder with a knowledge of canine genetics, health, and the intended use for the dogs attempts to breed suitable dogs. Humans have maintained populations of useful animals around their places of habitat since pre-historic times.[2] They have intentionally fed dogs considered useful, while neglecting or killing others, thereby establishing a relationship between humans and certain types of dog over thousands of years. Over these millennia, domesticated dogs have developed into distinct types, or groups, such as livestock guardian dogs, hunting dogs, and sighthounds. To maintain these distinctions, humans have intentionally mated dogs with certain characteristics to encourage those characteristics in the offspring. Through this process, hundreds of dog breeds have been developed. Initially, the ownership of working and, later, purebred dogs, was a privilege of the wealthy. Nowadays, many people can afford to buy a dog. Some breeders chose to breed purebred dogs, while some prefer the birth of a litter of puppies to a dog registry, such as kennel club to record it in stud books such as those kept by the AKC (American Kennel Club). Such registries maintain records of dogs' lineage and are usually affiliated with kennel clubs. Maintaining correct data is important for purebred dog breeding. Access to records allows a breeder to analyze the pedigrees and anticipate traits and behaviors. Requirements for the breeding of registered purebreds vary between breeds, countries, kennel clubs and registries. Breeders have to abide the rules of the specific organization to participate in its breed maintenance and development programs. The rules may apply to the health of the dogs, such as joint x-rays, hip certifications, and eye examinations; to working qualities, such as passing a special test or achieving at a trial; to general conformation, such as evaluation of a dog by a breed expert. However, many registries, particularly those in North America, are not policing agencies that exclude dogs of poor quality or health. Their main function is simply to register puppies born of parents who are themselves registered.
27 Oct 2014
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