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Rumsfeld distracted. Here Secretary Rumsfeld gets distracted at his latest press conference.
Poor kiddo. That's the mums fault, she distracted the driver...
Halle Berry was on a British talk show with Hugh Jackman, promoting X-Men 3, and in the middle of a question, the interviewer got so distracted he couldn't even remember the topic of the conversation.
See what children do when you are distracted... what you will do Smile or Cry???
see while her cousin dansing she turn out distracting them and start to dance to let others attention wd her
Do you ever visit any Web sites that have certain animations that just distract you all day long? If so, turn them off! Learn how to do so here.
This is Mack, Roscoe and Ginger Playing. Watch Roscoe with the basket...he has claimed it and Ginger tries to sneak in and get it while Mack distracts him...LOL
COMMON INDIA --- Specially for the INDIAN CRICKET TEAM, Concentrate on your profession, don't get distracted while you are in action with your actual profession, otherwise you have to pay the penalty for this. So be careful and achieve your goal being attentive for the job ...
A martial arts master gets distracted during a lesson on kicking.
UR the Spokesperson campaign empowers teens to
WASHINGTON, DC / PRNewswire / - Car crashes are the number one killer of teens in the U.S. and The Advertising Council wants to put the brakes on this alarming situation. In partnership with a coalition of state Attorneys General and consumer protection agencies, SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) and AAA (American Automobile Association), the organization launched the UR the Spokesperson campaign today to save lives by reducing youth reckless driving.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data show that, on average, more than 300,000 teens are injured in car crashes each year, nearly 8,000 are involved in fatal crashes and more than 3,500 are killed. NHTSA research also shows that teen drivers are involved in more than five times as many fatal crashes as adults. Young drivers are more likely to speed, run red lights, make illegal turns, and die in an SUV rollover.
With the message "Speak Up," the UR the Spokesperson campaign targets young adults between the ages of 15 and 21 and encourages them to be the spokesperson against reckless driving by empowering them to speak up when they are in the car with friends and don't feel safe. The campaign also seeks to increase awareness about the dangers of reckless driving and educate teens on how to be safe drivers by focusing on safe speeds, avoiding distractions, wearing seat belts, and the differences associated with driving SUVs. AAA will be assisting the Ad Council in these efforts nationwide through its clubs and SADD will be helping to spread the message by reaching out to its 350,000 student members.
"This is a vital campaign that will empower teens to speak up when they feel their safety is threatened," said General Thurbert Baker, Attorney General of Georgia. "Too often teens are worried about their reputation and that they won't be 'cool' if they speak up. But they need to because it could be a matter of life and death."
Research shows that teen drivers may be more likely to listen to their friends than to adults, which is why the UR the Spokesperson campaign is using a peer-to-peer approach. When it is a friend who speaks up, a young driver will listen because they don't want to damage the friendship or be labeled a bad driver.
"We want it to become not only socially acceptable, but socially expected for teens to speak up when they are riding with a friend and don't feel safe," said Peggy Conlon, President and CEO of the Ad Council. "We also want to educate them about the dangers and consequences of reckless driving by reminding them to drive safely, wear their seat belts and limit distractions."
The UR the Spokesperson campaign includes a series of public service advertisements (PSAs), a new Web site and a soon-to-be launched contest. Created pro bono by North Castle, a Stamford-based advertising agency that specializes in reaching teens, the PSAs feature a stereotypical, smarmy, over-the-top spokesperson who appears in the car to deliver safe driving tips. The ads conclude with the message "There is no spokesperson to prevent reckless driving. There's only you. Speak up." For more information on the campaign and to see the ads, please visit www.URtheSpokesperson****.
A nonfiction prose video about having a woman friend in your pocket and letting the cute girl steal the unimportant things while trying to distract you with her body glitter. A poem about a bargirl who did not know where the true gold lies.
Daily Video Netcast 0005 - First Day in Las Vegas 2:33 1/5/07 We have arrived in Las Vegas and instead of taking a day off for travel we hit Fremont Street and shot a quick Netcast about our CES coverage. Oh and before anyone asks, yes Benjamin did gamble and no he did not lose any money. Benjamin also got distracte
Sit Means Sit dog training, with 2 locations in the San Diego area, excels at off-leash dog training, and in getting your dog very responsive around any sort of distraction, thereby providing a much richer life for both dog owners, and their pets. This video of off-leash dog training control was taken with Sit Means Sit Dog Training C.E.O. Fred Hassen, and one of his dogs at a San Diego County Off leash dog beach.
Musical documentary (with English subtitles)
CUBA: THE PEARL OF THE ANTILLES is a nostalgic visual and musical memory dating from pre-Columbian times to January 1, 1959. There is no narration to distract from the visuals or the music, just a few subtitles indicating the year and the places throughout the six original Cuban provinces. This enchanting documentary features 26 glorious melodies by the great Cuban composers performed by Cuban artists.
Two competitions pitting man against machine took place in front of a live audience recently.
Eli Tirosh, the recently crowned West Coast Champion of the LG National Texting Championship, raced against new speech recognition technology from Nuance Communications that allows mobile phone users to create and send text messages using speech. One of the messages in the competition was “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.”
In the second match-up of man vs. machine, one of Britain’s top racing drivers, Perry McCarthy, also known as “the Stig” from the popular BBC TV-show Top Gear (the secret racing driver in black), took his chances against a contestant who was able to use Nuance speech recognition to conduct a number of device-related tasks in a simulated driving environment. Speed was not the critical measurement in this competition, but rather minimizing distraction and ensuring safety by allowing the “driver” to keep his hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. The drivers received a text message with instructions to access and play a specific song. While McCarthy needed to take his eyes off the road to read the incoming text message and then navigate his iPod manually to find and play the requested song, the driver using Nuance speech solutions on his phone continued to drive safely on the course while the incoming message was read aloud to him and he simply dictated the name of the song he needed to play.
Produced for Nuance Communications