I used 3 batteries of hovering to do this, so hence the cut.I will attempt to catch the fish on the next video on one battery so it wont have to be cut.That said, I still risked my E-Flite Blade 400 for some entertainment for you folks which most found entertaining.I doubt most others would risk their $450 heli just to hover over the water, let alone dangle a line! This scenario shows it may be possible to use the Helicopter for fishing, however it would be expensive fish.It is always terribly windy here, so on this calm day, those simple waves in the water was of no concern to a sunfish!It also helps to have lots of fish, like in our Sand Pit Pond where they bite on hooks with no bait! Actually I used fish eggs and the hook 24" from the bobber.***Caution from past experience***If the Tail rotor hits the water even slightly, it will immediately cause a crash.Big fish can drain batteries fast. It takes and hour to charge between flights of only 6 minutes, so this could be a long process to catch a fish.Sunfish are not big fighters.Fly easy and thanks for watching. I hope you found this entertaining.Be sure to subscribe for more unique stuff from Mr. Herbert's Science Class,and yes, I'm going to try it again, so stay tuned.
Michael Jackson, the moonwalking former child star who became known the world over as the "King of Pop" before his life and career deteriorated in a freakish series of scandals, has died. He was 50.
A person with knowledge of the situation says Jackson died Thursday in a Los Angeles hospital. The person was not authorized to speak publicly and requested anonymity.
His death brought a tragic end to a long, bizarre, sometimes farcical decline from his peak in the 1980s, when he was popular music's premier all-around performer, a uniter of black and white music who shattered the race barrier on MTV, dominated the charts and dazzled even more on stage.
Jackson burst onto the music scene with his brothers in the 1960s. The Jackson Five quickly went from their hometown of Gary, Indiana to the top of the charts.
By the age of 11, he was the most popular member of the band - but he left the group in his 20s to moonwalk his way to superstardom, becoming one of the most popular people on the planet.
Jackson's 1982 album "Thriller" still is the top-selling album of all time, and Michael Jackson was the top performer in the world through much of the 1980s. But somewhere along the way, Jackson went from the "King of Pop" to wacko Jacko.
Some say it started with an accident during the filming of a TV commercial that burned his scalp severely and led to a dependence on prescription pain killers. He became an increasingly reclusive and odd figure.
He was married briefly to Elvis Presley's daughter, then to his skin doctor's assistant. Jackson was a father of three, despite ongoing speculation that they could not be his natural children. He sparked one of his many scandals when he dangled one of the children over a balcony, causing concern of his parenting skills.
All of those scandals paled to the ongoing suspicion of child abuse. He paid one boy more than $20 million to make his allegations go away, but it happened again one day in November 2003.
The charges stemmed from a documentary in which Jackson stated again his belief that having young boys in his bed was completely natural.
"It's very right. It's very loving. That's what the world needs now," Jackson said at the time.
Much of the world saw it differently. Jackson was arrested, handcuffed, booked and eventually stood trial. The court case was a surreal spectacle befitting Jackson's bizarre way of life, including dancing on top of SUVS, pajamas worn to court, and a string of celebrities walking in and out of the courthouse in Santa Maria, California.
"Please keep an open mind and let me have my day in court," Jackson said.
But the inconsistent testimony from the boy and his family members, including a truly bizarre five days on the stand from the boy's mother, convinced the jury Jackson was not guilty. Still, the acquittal never completely put to rest the questions surrounding Michael Jackson, a curious figure who leaves behind a legacy of staggering musical genius, and stunningly bad judgment.
Jackson was preparing for what was to be his greatest comeback: He was scheduled for an unprecedented 50 shows at a London arena, with the first set for July 13. He was in rehearsals in Los Angeles for the concert, an extravaganza that was to capture the classic Jackson magic: showstopping dance moves, elaborate staging and throbbing dance beats.
"I am absolutely devastated at this tragic and unexpected news," said music producer Quincy Jones, who worked with Jackson on numerous projects. "I've lost my little brother today, and part of my soul has gone with him."
Hundreds of people gathered outside the hospital as word of his death spread. The emergency entrance at the UCLA Medical Center, which is near Jackson's rented home, was roped off with police tape.
"Ladies and gentlemen, Michael Jackson has just died," a woman boarding a Manhattan bus called out, shortly after the news was annunced. Immediately many riders reached for their cell phones.
In New York's Times Square, a low groan went up in the crowd when a screen flashed that Jackson had died, and people began relaying the news to friends by cell phone.
"No joke. King of Pop is no more. Wow," Michael Harris, 36, of New York City, read from a text message a friend sent to his telephone. "It's like when Kennedy was assassinated. I will always remember being in Times Square when Michael Jackson died."
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At one point, someone dangles a chocolate bar at him like he's circus sideshow.
Grab your grillz and your Air Force Ones. Nelly's back baby! The iconic rap star with such hits as "Shake Ya Tail Feather" and "Hot in Herre" has returned...reinvented. Carbonated TV was on set of the star's new video "Just a Dream" in beautiful Playa del Rey, California and learned that the MC genius has much more than sick rhymes stacked in his back pocket.
"Just a Dream" is a track off Nelly's new album"5.0," which is set for release on November 16th. Expect mad collaborations with T.I., T-Pain, and returnee Kelly Rowland, who collaborated with him on the hit "Dilemma." He admits she is totally taking the world by storm and is happy to have her in his life. For an individual known to upstart parties with his club beats, "Just a Dream" definitely sets a more demure tempo from the Nelly we've come to know. Nelly considers the jam "timeless" and relatable to his fan base: gaining love and losing love. Nelly, now entering the rap game ten years later, seems to be more connected to his heart and soul than before. A man devoted to a cause, Nelly is temporarily hosting a radio show in his home of St. Louis on Hot 104.1 and donating all the money from the gig. He admits that he has always been deeply appreciative of his city St. Louis and has wanted a way to truly show his gratitude and give back to the community.
While Nelly will not be making money off his new stint, he knows music artists are salivating at the mouth wishing they had thought of radio hosting. Instant self promotion on the radio? What could be better with a new album on the horizon! Of course, the album release date will prevent this from being a permanent job for Nelly, but he understands how much music has changed, and how he must stay true to his roots as an artist in order to survive. Music has become immediate, and Nelly knows he can easily upload a song he recorded and tweet it the next day. The amount of music readily available is growing at a steady incline, but Nelly thinks people aren't necessarily quick absorbent sponges for tunes and are still selective, seeking true artistry and creativity in the end. The true artists will be the ones to survive this new media craze.
What can you expect from the video? A true musician never reveals all his secrets, but what Carbonated TV can tell you is ...it involves a Mustang dangling from a crane! Nelly swished back and forth over the sandy beaches of Playa del Rey yesterday in a new black Ford Mustang. He was dressed in a loose white satin shirt buttoned only slightly for the ladies! By his side was Vampire Diaries' star Katerina Graham who is apparently managed by Perez Hilton...who knew! Expect to see beautiful sunset shots and many dream references, i.e. playing with the idea of white, throughout the video.
Be on the lookout for Nelly's new video "Just a Dream" and his album "5.0" set for release on November 16th. Until then, you can download the above jam and his other simultaneous release "Tippin in Da Club" on iTunes!
awesome video of multiple people acting out a peaceful day beside a pound. All reflections on water surface are acted out by people, including a mother dangling upside down only with her foot. Beneath the peaceful scene, there are some crazy stunt.
Dress up your favorite stud earrings with these multi-sized circle dangle jackets in polished 14kt yellow gold. Jackets measure 1/2" diameter at their wides point and hang to 1".
- We burili well, taking a core, - says Alexei, - and then down into the borehole probe. When it started to pull back, he seemed to catch something. And when vydernuli on the surface, they saw that at the end to dangle something, some kind of creature. Fearing that it might damage the probe, we skinuli jerk. It otletela and fell into a container of cement.
When further oil is removed from the cement substance and OKATO water, it turned out that they kind of living organism. However, to any known animal-like.
The body length of about half, tentacles with suckers on the ends, the similarity of the head - something like a hood. Some way to describe the usual words that before the eyes of drillers. But most striking was that this creature was alive. Barely move the tentacles, suckers are compressed and uncompress, polumetrovoe body flinches slightly.
- The finding reported in the departmental context, - says Alexei, - about five hours, in general, fairly quickly, we flew a helicopter. They said that the scientists from Novosibirsk. They took this substance.
The only thing left from vahtovikov as evidence, it is taken photos to the phone being. Their owner has promised to put the phone in one from Tomsk sites, but have not been able to find anything.
- They just got one of the underground cavities, which are all underground organisms - the director of a scientific center «Biolon» Victor Fefelov - this cavity could not be very deep, meters on dvuhstah.
Similar findings, according to Victor Fefelova met in other parts of the country, where exactly the same from the wells reach weird living things, or even metal, obviously someone made.
With regard to fast coming scientists from Novosibirsk, the Victor Fefelov sure: arrives not scientists, and special services. Indeed, in contrast to France, where all anomalous events have recently been declassified and made public, there is still this issue remains closed.
- I am often confronted with this, when suddenly appear some researchers from Novosibirsk and Ulan-Ude, as if researchers have the helicopters, and remove. And then they, and should simply be.
Batman The Ride combines state-of-the-art thrill ride technology with Batman movie magic. Suspended from the track above in ski lift style chairs, riders fly at intense speeds countless times over the outside of hairpin turns, vertical loops, two corkscrews and a one-of-a-kind zero-gravity heartline spin with nothing but air beneath their dangling feet.
This Duck and Cover civil defense film is the original "nuclear attack safety film" that assures children protection from atomic bombs by getting low to the ground and covering up. A pillar of 1950s history, this hilariously ineffective nuclear survival technique has been satirically mimicked on countless occasions. The cutesy film features the animated character Bert the Turtle showing kids the classic “duck and cover” way to survive a nuclear attack. Bert is walking down the street, minding his own business, while the “duck and cover” theme song plays in the background:
There was a turtle by the name of Bert
and Bert the turtle was very alert;
when danger threatened him he never got hurt
he knew just what to do...
He ducked! [inhalation sound]
Ducked! [inhalation sound]
A monkey in a tree then dangles a little piece of dynamite in Burt’s face, causing Burt to hide in his shell for cover, escaping the resulting explosion that takes out both the monkey and the tree! The film then switches to a live action family picnicking and the narrator advises children that when they see the flash of the bomb, they can survive as long as they crouch down and take cover. Duck and Cover is a riotous classic film exemplifying American governmental fear prevention and political propaganda.
A typical day on the slopes turns into a chilling nightmare for three snowboarders when they get stranded on the chairlift before their last run. As the ski patrol switches off the night lights, they realize with growing panic that theyve been left behind dangling high off the ground with no way down. With the resort closed until the following weekend and frostbite and hypothermia already setting in, the trio is forced to take desperate measures to escape off the mountain before they freeze to death. Once they make theirmove, they discover with horror that they have much more to fear than just the frigid cold. As they combat unexpected obstacles, they start to question if their will to survive is strong enough to overcome the worst ways to die.
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Belly dancers are beautiful and exotic with some degree of extremity to their costumes. An Egyptian belly dancer will elaborately deck out in the baladi as well as layers of dangling jewelry. It is often umed that the exaggerated beads and palates along with the jewelry is for seduction, in particular the seduction of men, but actually these customs originate in the middle east among women to help one another with the birthing process, both as a supportive ritual and as a conditioning exercise, not as a troop of Egyptian bellydancing lesbians or as a harem of adulteress ladies. dvdfitness**** *******www.dvdfitness****
And now ladies and gentleman for the very first time for your delectation, the Incredible Vlad & the Fabulous Jojo Singing Live on Trapeze!!!High in the air on a trapeze, Jojo informs her audience, "No strings or wires holding me up ladies and gentleman, just pure circus talent, and a very, very handsome husband! That's right!" Irresistibly fun and sexy, this is a completely unique, one-Of-A-Kind aerial circus act, and totally entertaining. Perfect for any kind of venue including circus, variete, theatre, casinos, cruiseships and revues. Be dazzled as the Incredible Vlad dangles the Fabulous Jojo while she sings live 'Let Me Entertain You' from the legendary musical 'Gypsy'.To book this circus act contact us at singing.Trapeze (AT) gmail.Com Aerial Trapeze, Trapeze Artist, Trapeze Duo, Circus Trapeze, Circus artist, Circus Duo, Circus Performer, Singing trapeze, Singing Act
A steamingly hot Latin American RAK-amputee girl has a rhythmic stump.
This dude ties a rope to his boxers and the other end to a truck and lets his buddy give him the ultimate wedgie ending with him dangling from a tree.