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(www.paxstereo.tv/morningcoffee) Morning Coffee with Mario Talk Show Series: It’s all celebrity gossip as the volcanic airline shutdown in Europe continues until who knows when, Kim Kardashian and Regina Hall separately release nude photos (Ahhhh…) , ex TLC member Chili says no to anal sex, and the not so private war between Shaquille O’Neal and his ex Shaunie escalates to dangerous levels. Come on down and join us! (04-20-10) PART 6 - PARTIAL EPISODE
9 May 2010
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(www.paxstereo.tv/morningcoffee) Morning Coffee with Mario Talk Show Series: It’s all celebrity gossip as the volcanic airline shutdown in Europe continues until who knows when, Kim Kardashian and Regina Hall separately release nude photos (Ahhhh…) , ex TLC member Chili says no to anal sex, and the not so private war between Shaquille O’Neal and his ex Shaunie escalates to dangerous levels. Come on down and join us! (04-20-10) PART 8 - PARTIAL EPISODE
9 May 2010
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(www.paxstereo.tv/morningcoffee) Morning Coffee with Mario Talk Show Series: It’s all celebrity gossip as the volcanic airline shutdown in Europe continues until who knows when, Kim Kardashian and Regina Hall separately release nude photos (Ahhhh…) , ex TLC member Chili says no to anal sex, and the not so private war between Shaquille O’Neal and his ex Shaunie escalates to dangerous levels. Come on down and join us! (04-20-10) PART 9 - PARTIAL EPISODE
9 May 2010
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(www.paxstereo.tv/morningcoffee) Morning Coffee with Mario Talk Show Series: It’s all celebrity gossip as the volcanic airline shutdown in Europe continues until who knows when, Kim Kardashian and Regina Hall separately release nude photos (Ahhhh…) , ex TLC member Chili says no to anal sex, and the not so private war between Shaquille O’Neal and his ex Shaunie escalates to dangerous levels. Come on down and join us! (04-20-10) PART 10 - PARTIAL EPISODE
9 May 2010
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(www.paxstereo.tv/morningcoffee) Morning Coffee with Mario Talk Show Series: It’s all celebrity gossip as the volcanic airline shutdown in Europe continues until who knows when, Kim Kardashian and Regina Hall separately release nude photos (Ahhhh…) , ex TLC member Chili says no to anal sex, and the not so private war between Shaquille O’Neal and his ex Shaunie escalates to dangerous levels. Come on down and join us! (04-20-10) PART 12 - PARTIAL EPISODE
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http://www.AdvertisingGuerrilla.com A man catches a very lucky boy when he falls from the top of an escalator in a Turkish shopping mall. The boy held on to the escalator all the way up to the top before falling into the arms of a hero who luckily spotted the child in trouble before a terrible accident occurred. Visit Juno and buy the great music track by Yo! Majesty 'Dont let go' http://www.juno.co.uk/search/?q=yo!+majesty&qs=1&s_search_precision=any&s_search_type=all&s_genre_id=0000&s_search_music=1&s_search_merchandise=1&s_show_out_of_stock=0&s_music_product_type=all&s_media_type=all-media&s_merchandise_id=0&s_show_digital=1&page=2
27 May 2010
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Catch Toddler After 40-Foot Fall A four-year-old boy has narrowly escaped injury after falling from an escalator after climbing up the side of it. He was caught by a local shopkeeper, who ran to catch him.
1 Jun 2010
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Kid's head smashed a light while sliding down a escalator like a fool
1 Jun 2010
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Lady Spins on an Escalator
6 Jun 2010
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Fun on the escalator
16 Sep 2010
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Escalator cleaning
25 Sep 2010
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Shortest escalator in the world
29 Sep 2010
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Body Language, Kino and Sexual Escalation Part 2 Brought to you by : http://www.attractiontube.com
23 Dec 2010
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T Mobile SideKick Escalator
8 Jan 2011
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Freeway premiered "Escalators" produced by Jake One, over at RapRadar.com This is another record off of Diamond in the Ruff Directed by Jimmy Giambrone, Co-Directed by Freeway Follow Freeway on Twitter phillyfreezer Check out Freeway's most recent full-length album "The Stimulus Package" produced entirely by Jake One: iTunes: http://bit.ly/c0QAmb Amazon: http://amzn.to/9SU3OO Fifth Element: http://bit.ly/caKoC1
11 Feb 2011
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BY HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Saudi troops are in Bahrain after violence there escalated over the weekend. Protesters blocked access to the financial district in the capital city of Manama. Bahraini police reportedly used tear gas, water cannons and rubber bullets to try and disperse the masses. The one thousand Saudi troops are trying to help the country’s Sunni Muslim rulers quell the opposition — led by the majority Shi’ite Muslims, who are demanding equal rights. But, Al Jazeera says, clashes might also exist within the opposition. “Analysts say this latest violence is increasing evidence of a split in the opposition. Between those calling for constitutional reform and others demanding the royal family go.” A euronews report focuses on the Bahraini royal family’s official response to Sunday’s violent clashes — and explains why protesters are hesitant to sit down for peace talks. “Hours after the clashes, Bahrain’s crown prince issued a statement, renewing assurances to the opposition that national dialogue would address their demands. But with tension escalating a spokesperson for the protesters said they wanted more positive gestures of reform before sitting down to talks.” Bahrain is home to the U.S. Navy 5th fleet, and is considered a key ally against Iran’s perceived threats. MSNBC says Iran, an overwhelmingly Shi’ite country, might have a hand in the Bahraini uprising. “Analysts have said Iran is backing the Shi’ite majority to cause unrest in this Sunni-led nation. A lot of people are describing it essentially as Bahrain is a proxy for the conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia...” Finally, the Christian Science Monitor explains why Saudi intervention might make things complicated — not just for the Middle East, but also for the U.S. “Their intervention underlines Saudi Arabia's deep worry over the unrest on its border ... Opposition groups said Monday that the Saudi intervention was a declaration of war. [One Gulf expert] says the entry of Saudi military forces will make the situation stickier for the US, which will find it more difficult to publicly criticize its key ally.” Saudi Arabia, a majority Sunni country, was quick to stifle its very own anti-government protests last week. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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