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My 2nd vid of Drop shots that i made up on Bridge crossing.
13 Aug 2007
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Me showing some tips(some may be obvious to older players), Tricks, and me offline in Bridge Crossing and Pipeline
27 Aug 2007
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The Little Belt (Danish: Lilleblt) is a strait between the Danish island of Funen and the Jutland Peninsula. The belt is about 50km long and 800m to 28km wide, the maximum depth is approximately 75m. Numerous small islands are located within the belt.Two bridges cross the belt, the Old Little Belt bridge and the New Little Belt bridge; also the two Little Belt overhead powerline crossings.We passed it at 11:30 PM watch the sunlight its27 june 2009
8 Jul 2009
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Andalucia Country Property *******www.andaluciacountryproperty**** Cordoba was founded by the Romans and due to its strategic importance as the highest navigable point of the Guadalquivir River, it became a port city of great importance, used for shipping Spanish olive oil, wine and wheat back to Ancient Rome. The Romans built the mighty bridge crossing the river, now called "El Puente Romano". But Cordoba's hour of greatest glory was when it became the capital of the Moorish kingdom of El-Andalus, and this was when work began on the Great Mosque, or "Mezquita", which - after several centuries of additions and enlargements - became one of the largest in all of Islam.
21 May 2011
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*******bestflights***.za/internationalflights/ireland/galway - Visit for more information on Galway, Ireland. Galway, the fifth largest city in Ireland, is the major hub for visitors to West Ireland. The city has a multicultural vibrance and therefore is also known as “The city of the Tribes”. Galway is also known as a scenic getaway with a fabulous nightlife and charming pedestrianized streets with various pubs and cafes. According the 2011 census the city has a population of 75 414 people. What to see / do • Galway Cathedral – One of the largest and most dominating buildings in Galway. • Galway City Museum – Exhibitions focusing on the medieval town. • Spanish Arch – A 16th century bastion • St. Nicholas Church – The largest medieval parish church in Ireland. • Lynch’s Castle – Formerly owned by the fourteen tribes which ruled the city centuries ago. • Salmon Weir Bridge – The bridge crosses the Corrib from the cathedral to the courthouse. Events • Galway Arts Festival – A celebration of the performing and visual arts in July every year. • Galway Loves Theatre • Roundstone Summer Festival – A festival of music, fun, laughter and games for all ages. • Clarenbridge Oyster Festival – Great festival filled with good food, drinks, music and entertainment.
18 Jul 2011
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A small "How To Guide" how to win with a sniper on "Bridge Crossing" with a sniper
17 Jul 2009
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Robin Hood: Men in Tights Robin Hood fights Little John to cross a small footbridge.
14 Apr 2011
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La Roux - In for the Kill --with Lyrics-- Lyrics: We can fight our desires Oooh but when we start making fires We get ever so hot Oooh whether we like it or not They say we can love who we trust Oooh but what is love without lust? Two hearts with accurate devotions Oooh but what are feelings without emotions? I'm going in for the kill I'm doing it for a thrill I'm hoping you'll understand And not let go of my hand I'm going in for the kill I'm doing it for a thrill I'm hoping you'll understand And not let go of my hand I hang my hopes out on the line Oooh will they be ready for you in time If you leave them out too long Oooh they'll be withered by the sun Full stops and exclamation marks Oooh my words stumble before I start How far can you send emotions? Oooh can this bridge cross the ocean? I'm going in for the kill I'm doing it for a thrill I'm hoping you'll understand And not let go of my hand I'm going in for the kill I'm doing it for a thrill I'm hoping you'll understand And not let go of my hand Let's go to wars to make peace Let's be cold to creat heat I hope in darkness we can see And you're not blinded by the light from me Oooooh Oooooh Oooooh Oooooh Ooooooooooh I'm going in for the kill I'm doing it for a thrill I'm hoping you'll understand And not let go of my hand
2 Jul 2009
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The Fox River Trail is a paved bike path in Northern Illinois west of Chicago. On July 5, 2008 we began in Carpentersville at Otto Engineering on Main St. On the east bank, from just below the Carpentersville Dam, we went rollerblading and bicycling north on a 4.5 mile section of the trail. Cycling out of the forest and up onto a bluff, a clearing widens into a spectacular view. This is a good place for birdwatching; to see water birds and herons. Just north of the bluff is the Fox River Shores Forest Preserve, which has parking and facilities. The bike path then runs along a narrow strip between a riverbank fishing spot and Algonquin Road, where there is more parking. One block is unpaved, with limestone screenings. Near a red barn, the trail crosses Bolz Road into Algonquin and runs behind neighborhood back yards. The Fox River Trail is easily accessible to people biking, jogging, rollerblading, hiking and fishing. You can commune with nature, but you won't be alone. Please help clean up litter. There are relatively few street crossings. In the forest it is not unusual to encounter fallen trees on the path. Soon after the trail passes from Kane County into McHenry County, it crosses the Fox River on a bridge that was once for the railroad. On the west bank, another bridge crosses a street. Watch for loose planks. Just east of Route 31 in Algonquin, Illinois, don't miss the rest spot with picnic tables tucked into a nook hidden by native tall prairie flowers. Across Route 31, the path continues north away from the river bend.
13 Oct 2009
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La Roux Lyrics- We can fight our desires Ouuhh but when we start making fires We get ever so hot Ouuhh whether we like it or not. They say we can love who we trust Ouuhh but what is love without lust? Two hearts with accurate devotions Ouuhh and what are feelings without emotions? I'm going in for the kill I'm doing it for a thrill Oh I'm hoping you'll understand And not let go of my hand (Repeat) I had my hopes out on the line Ouuhh will they be ready for you in time If you leave them out too long Ouuhh they'll be withered by the sun Full stops and exclamation marks Ouuhh my words stumble before I start How far can you send emotions? Ouuhh can this bridge cross the ocean? I'm going in for the kill I'm doing it for a thrill Oh I'm hoping you'll understand And not let go of my hand (Repeat) Let's go on to make me Let's be cool to creating Up in darkness we can see And you're not blind for the light from me I'm going in for the kill I'm doing it for a thrill Oh I'm hoping you'll understand And not let go of my hand
7 May 2011
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CB's song "I Wanna Be" off of his cd "Exclusive" "I Wanna Be" [Intro:] [Sigh] Look.. I know we've been friends for a while now.. But, I just feel like I can confess to you.. It's gonna be hard but.. Alright here it goes... [Verse 1:] Imagine that the pillow that you cried on was my chest, and the tissue that you wiped your face with was my hand Girl imagine if you needed advise about some other guy, I'm the one that comes to mind Not tryna' hear you tell nobody that I'm just a friend, just trying to make sure I'm that body that you call your man, and anytime you need a shoulder, It shows not a day, but what I'm tryna' say is, I wanna be... [Chorus:] The last number you call late at night, first one that you dial when you open your eyes... Wanna be the one you run to, wanna be one that ain't gon' hurt you, I wanna be yea, I wanna be yea.. Be the man makin yo girls jealous, be the guy that's shuttin' down all the fellas.. whatever you need, girls it's all on me.. So tell your friends I'm your lover, girl, I wanna be... [Verse 2:] Would it be cool, would you mind if I called you my boo, what if the next whip you is pushin' was the one I bought for you. Can I be the one that meets your pops and take your mama shoppin', you're the only one I like. Have you thought about it, wait, really thought about it? Maybe you should take some time call your girls and talk about it, yeah. Cuz' I done already made up my mind, don't need no more time to know if I wanna be with you, I wanna be... [Chorus] [Verse 3:] Put me on your screen saver, all over your myspace and, make me one of your top favorites, that's where I wanna be... The one you cryin' for, (stand up for and fightin' for) wanna be your good, bad, love, hate girlll.. [Bridge] Cross my heart hope to die, on everything that's good, I'mma do you right, show you right, get this understood. Cross my heart hope to die, on everything thats good, I'mma do you right show you right, get this understood... [Chorus] Girl I wanna be, I wanna be.... sigh.. I wanna be, I wanna be...
4 Aug 2011
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THE PENSIVE SETTING of the Shire/Hobbit theme is heard the first time we see Hobbiton. If the Hymn Setting is used for times when a Hobbit is feeling a intensely strong emotion toward the Shire (or a thing or person from the Shire), then the Pensive Setting, I think, conveys affectionate feelings toward the same. THE RURAL SETTING of the Shire/Hobbit Theme is, as Shore says, "more for Hobbiton." I, in fact, previously called this the Hobbiton Theme. It is folkier than the Pensive Setting but just as melodic. It makes strong use of the Hobbit Accompaniments. This music is most often played with folk instruments: bodhrán, whistle, fiddle, dulcimer, guitar, mandolin, folk harp, musette, and celesta. THE HYMN SETTING of the Shire theme pairs the familiar melody of "In Dreams" with slow, chord-like notes. It "grieves the hobbits' loss of innocence as it celebrates their resolve in the face of adversity." To me, the scenes with this music are ones in which a Hobbit's love for the Shire--or for the things or people of the Shire--is particularly strong. It is, however, only used for Frodo and Sam, not Merry and Pippin. When the feelings are more simple affection, the Pensive Setting seems to be used. HOBBIT OUTLINE - This 4 note motif represents "the hobbits' playful side. It's used as "an expectation of the next thing coming."" (Doug Adams, CR-FOTR liner notes, page 13) HOBBIT TWO STEP - Even thought this is a 'two note' figure, it often has an 'om pa pa' feel to it. An initial, first beat anchors the measure. Then the two notes of the Two Step play on beats 2 and 3 and there's a pause on beat 4. When played alone, it is usually be repeated three times and then the Hobbit Skip Beat is heard. But it's also heard under other music, most notably, the Rural Setting of the Shire Theme. HOBBIT SKIP BEAT - This little phrase is often heard mixed in with the Hobbit Two Step Figure. The notes are derived from the outline with the first note dropped. Then it's played at double speed on the upbeat. It can be heard as a prominent figure, or as a quiet ostinato underneath other music, most notably, the Rural Setting of the Shire Theme. HOBBIT END CAP - this is a two beat finale (with grace notes) to the Hobbit Two Step Figure (although I can hear something very similar to the notes DA referenced in the CR-FOTR liner notes at times not connected with the Hobbit Two-Step Figure.) A HOBBIT'S UNDERSTANDING is not a separate setting of the Shire/Hobbit Theme, "(i)t's more developmental bridging crossing portions of the Pensive, Folk, and Hymn Settings, but complicating them with extended melodic lines and realigned rhythms." (Doug Adams, CR-FOTR liner notes, page 11-12) This more complicated music crops up when the Hobbits' life become a little more complicated, when they have to move beyond their simpler view and understanding of the world. *******www.youtube****/watch?v=6YFGfebzkFI&list=PL57F6BB69652CE395&index=11&feature=plpp_video "IN DREAMS" - This is the song, sung by boy soprano Edward Ross, that is heard during the FOTR end credits. It is a strong example of the most predominant melody used in association with the Shire and the Hobbits. For more information, see The Music of the LOTR Books. SHIRE REBORN - This Fourth Age theme and final statement of Shire music is heard as Sam says to Rosie, 'Well, I'm back'. The Shire theme retains but has matured beyond its original "In Dreams" melody. The Hobbit Outline, also matured from staccato and sprightly to deliberate and sober, joins in before "The End".
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