Gameloft Bond Party at Hyderabad
Today, the ongoing saga of the Barry Bonds baseball, we celebrate the return of hockey, and we try to cheer up a disgruntled Fighting Irish blogger.
All that, plus we reopen the Friday Fanmail Funbag to see what our legion of fans has to say!
To The Tune Of the james Bond Theme .. EnJoY
This is a spray painted picture of Sean Connery, as James Bond 007. I started the picture upside down, and was all free hand. No stencils, no grid, nothing.
A video on the poster collection of all james bond films and also tribute to the actors who had played the role of the super spy. Do enjoy the music too because I have spent a great deal of time searching and compiling the music and the posters into this video.
The "Project: B-Boy" - Crew performing a James Bond show at a graduation ball of the dancing school "Krugmann" in Barntrup, Germany
Thanks to Daniel for being our cameraman ;-D
This car was used in the James Bond movie Live and let Die. It was destroyed in a storm and rebuilt.
Mr Paparazzi does his christmas shopping on Bond street and brings you all the latest celeb news. Great photos from the spice Girls concert, Robbie Williams looking beardy, Simon Cowell on holiday in the Caribbean, hugh Grant spotted with a potential new girlfriend, plus videos of Gordon Ramsay and Gemma Atkinson and some great Angelina Gossip. Mr Paparazzi also bumps into the biggest celebrity of all, Santa!
November 2007 was an interesting month in the markets. Arthur Heinmaa
discusses the decline in the US Bond Market and what it means for
Math Club Productions sends it's season's greetings out as it presents a Common Man Media Film, Holiday Bonds. This season's well wishing takes a different looking on the holiday cheer.
james bonds movies mistake collection
My own interpretation of James Bond 007
PopCrunch celebrates 2007 by going back in time to....1987. A funny look at Michael Jackson's album "Bad", early episodes of The Simpsons, the fat and plumpy Olsen twins starring as Michelle in Full House, Bill Cosby and Barry Bonds the stick figure.
A difficult concept for many students to understand is the energy involved in breaking and forming bonds. A hydrate is a substance that has water bonded to it. In order to dehydrate you must add energy (endothermic) to break the bond to water. When hydrating you are forming a bond to water and will release energy (exothermic). This visual demonstration reinforces the concept.