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This adorably cute little baby switches from really happy to bawling in an instant. Poor little guy cant keep his emotions straight!
13 Sep 2007
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This adorably cute little baby switches from really happy to bawling in an instant. Poor little guy cant keep his emotions straight!
12 Apr 2008
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Fickle Forest Fairytales a new musical show : Introducing the Charles Moselle as RAVENOUS E. LEE Wolf ! "A Wolf's Tale is an original musical adaptation of Peter and the Wolf, a mixture of live action and animation from the new series "Fickle Forest Fairytales". It's a movie for kids and people who refuse to grow up....
11 Oct 2007
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Chess Battle Fickling vs Hobbs R - for more video visit *******mychessblog****
20 Jul 2009
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This is from a collection of snippets called "The Way the Cookie Crumbles" A.K.A. "Cookie Talk" from the fragments of future consciousness of the 21st century.
9 Feb 2009
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Blizzard ripped the doors off of Blizzcon
28 Aug 2009
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ME AND MY FRIEND DOING MAGIC ENJOY 2 tricks sorry for no sound
16 Mar 2007
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ALL DIFFRENT CARDS TO ALL THE SAME ENJOY!!!! FROM FANTASMA MAGIC
17 Mar 2007
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NOT SURE IF THIS IS THE ORIGINAL VERSION BUT IT STILL WORKS ENJOY
18 Mar 2007
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The forests of Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula are home to herds of wild boars, also known as wild pigs or peccaries. Hot-tempered and foul-smelling, the boars are notorious for their fickle behavior. They typically avoid humans, but can be very aggressive if threatened. explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Distributed by TubeMogul.
2 May 2007
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by the rhythmic pop of John Mayer, the vocal stylings of Jeff Buckley and the storytelling of Dave Mathews, Jason Ayres is a West Australian based singer-songwriter who delivers a unique brand of acoustic pop tunes. As a solo artist, Jason has built a passionate fan base, from young teenage listeners to baby boomers, all finding a connection in his music. After touring the major cities of Australia and South Africa, it was evident that the lack of media attention had actually been a benefit to this aspiring artist, allowing him to fly under the radar and enabling people to discover him in an organic way, forming a bond between performer and listener that is extremely rare in this fickle era. Having performed alongside artists like "James Cruikshank" (The Cruel Sea), "Jez", Perth favourites "Toby & Code Red" & "Saritah", and having supported one of South Africa's top bands "Lonehill Estate" during one of his South African tours, Jason has developed his own style and grace on stage, always being faithful to the songs, himself and his listeners. With no banging drums or screaming electric guitars, his debut recording "The Acoustic Sessions" sees Jason Ayres stripped back, and performing at his most intimate. Just an acoustic guitar, his voice, and quality songs. "The Acoustic Sessions" is out now! ! ! hugo boss shirt calvin klein globe shoes Ellis Guitars has made instruments for some of the worlds leading players, such as Tommy Emmanuel, Steve Morse (Deep Purple), Jamie Cullum (UK) Jeff Martin (x Canadian band The Tea Party), Canadians Harry Manx and Don Alder, Andy Mckee Bill Dutcher and Stephen Bennett - USA, Aussies Sarah McLeod, Ash grunwald, Josh Pyke, Dave Mann, Nathan Gaunt, Andrew Winton, Michael Thompson, Craig Sinclair, Khin Myint and Nathan Kaye. Ellis Guitars has been written about in some of the best music publications in the world such as Guitarist Australia and Australian Guitar (AUS) Guitar Buyer and Guitar and Bass (UK), Akustik Gitarre (Germany), Guitar One (USA) Blues Art Studio (Austria). Ellis Guitars has over 60 music stores selling their instruments and international dealers in Germany, The Netherlands, South Africa, UK, USA, Norway, Singapore and Scandinavia. Ellis Guitars have sold instruments direct to Canada, France,Italy, Finland, New Zealand and Sweden.
10 Jun 2009
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by the rhythmic pop of John Mayer, the vocal stylings of Jeff Buckley and the storytelling of Dave Mathews, Jason Ayres is a West Australian based singer-songwriter who delivers a unique brand of acoustic pop tunes. As a solo artist, Jason has built a passionate fan base, from young teenage listeners to baby boomers, all finding a connection in his music. After touring the major cities of Australia and South Africa, it was evident that the lack of media attention had actually been a benefit to this aspiring artist, allowing him to fly under the radar and enabling people to discover him in an organic way, forming a bond between performer and listener that is extremely rare in this fickle era. Having performed alongside artists like "James Cruikshank" (The Cruel Sea), "Jez", Perth favourites "Toby & Code Red" & "Saritah", and having supported one of South Africa's top bands "Lonehill Estate" during one of his South African tours, Jason has developed his own style and grace on stage, always being faithful to the songs, himself and his listeners. With no banging drums or screaming electric guitars, his debut recording "The Acoustic Sessions" sees Jason Ayres stripped back, and performing at his most intimate. Just an acoustic guitar, his voice, and quality songs. "The Acoustic Sessions" is out now! ! ! hugo boss shirt calvin klein globe shoes Ellis Guitars has made instruments for some of the worlds leading players, such as Tommy Emmanuel, Steve Morse (Deep Purple), Jamie Cullum (UK) Jeff Martin (x Canadian band The Tea Party), Canadians Harry Manx and Don Alder, Andy Mckee Bill Dutcher and Stephen Bennett - USA, Aussies Sarah McLeod, Ash grunwald, Josh Pyke, Dave Mann, Nathan Gaunt, Andrew Winton, Michael Thompson, Craig Sinclair, Khin Myint and Nathan Kaye. Ellis Guitars has been written about in some of the best music publications in the world such as Guitarist Australia and Australian Guitar (AUS) Guitar Buyer and Guitar and Bass (UK), Akustik Gitarre (Germany), Guitar One (USA) Blues Art Studio (Austria). Ellis Guitars has over 60 music stores selling their instruments and international dealers in Germany, The Netherlands, South Africa, UK, USA, Norway, Singapore and Scandinavia. Ellis Guitars have sold instruments direct to Canada, France,Italy, Finland, New Zealand and Sweden.
10 Jan 2008
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Wind too fickle or reliable power? Think again. Thats what Magenn did in designing their paradigm changing 'blimp' based electricity generation system. Magenn's approach taps into constant (24/7!) wind currents found 400-1000' high. A quantum leap forward for wind power!!
9 Jan 2009
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Wind too fickle or reliable power? Think again. Thats what Magenn did in designing their paradigm changing 'blimp' based electricity generation system. Magenn's approach taps into constant (24/7!) wind currents found 400-1000' high. A quantum leap forward for wind power!!
31 Oct 2008
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*******quezada**** Eduardo Quezada en la bateria canta la famosa cancion Summer Wind un exito del cantante Frank Sinatra. Eduardo Quezada plays drums and sings Summer Wind, a classic oldie made famous by Frank Sinatra. The summer wind, came blowin in - from across the sea It lingered there, so warm and fair - to walk with me All summer long, we sang a song - and strolled on golden sand Two sweethearts, and the summer wind Like painted kites, those days and nights - went flyin by The world was new, beneath a blue - umbrella sky Then softer than, a piper man - one day it called to you And I lost you, to the summer wind The autumn wind, and the winter wind - have come and gone And still the days, those lonely days - go on and on And guess who sighs his lullabies - through nights that never end My fickle friend, the summer wind.
1 Apr 2008
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*******www.microcinemadvd**** Architecture is a discipline plagued by its own insecurities, a curious mixture of optimism and pessimism, momentary successes and, more commonly, deep frustrations. In this new 18-page publication, Michael Meredith, Assistant Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, tackles the problems facing the discipline head-on, interrogating its internal dynamics and searching for a mode of practice that can survive amid the confusing, conflicting demands of contemporary culture. Nominally addressed to students entering the field, "Notes for those beginning the discipline of architecture" is a scathing take on the profession from one of its emerging young practitioners, outlining its pitfalls, its excruciating failures, and "in spite of it all" its undeniable potentials. The accompanying DVD, "Alternate Ending 1: The Glimmering Noise," is a hilarious and sobering mock debate (inspired by a morbid fascination with William Buckley, Jr.'s "Firing Line") that dissects the curious position of the architect amid the fickle, shifting forces of the 21st century market economy. An insider's unflinching look at the problems facing current architectural practice, Meredith's work is of interest to anyone who cares about the potentials of design today. DVD Directed by David Fenster. Actors: David Nordstrom and Michael Meredith. Music for the preview and portions of the music on the dvd by � Peter Whincop, 2002 Author Information: Michael Meredith Michael Meredith is Assistant Professor of Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. His professional practice engages interdisciplinary discourses, ranging from art to technology, producing a spectrum of design work which includes furniture, products, sound, speculative architecture projects and residences in New York, Ontario, Texas, and California. Recently he was a finalist for the design of the Pentagon 9-11 memorial and the PS1/MoMA Young Architects competition. In 1998, he was a winner of the Young Architects Competition at the Architectural League of New York. His design work has been published in Architecture, Architectural Record, Casa Brutus, Competitions, McSweeney's, the New York Times, Oculus and Surface. His writings have appeared in A+U and Artforum. In 2003 he was a resident at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, and in 2000 he received a residency at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas. Further Information: 18 page book
4 Apr 2008
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