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30 foot long predator kills fishermen
20 Oct 2007
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Fishermen from Rostov region, Russia have caught strange creature from the local Azov sea. You can see the images at the end of the clip.Caution advised. They were so shocked about the creature, it was moaning like a human, not as fish, weighed 200 pounds and was rotating its eyeballs.Check my website for live TV
13 Jan 2008
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A colorful and at times moving collection of short films including a death-bed conversation between father and son ("The Stories"), a look at homelessness and its implications on us ("Broke" featuring the Kronos Quartet), Father Guido Sarducci from Saturday Night Live extolling the virtues of being an artist ("Become an Artist") and a seaman's confession of accidently sinking a fishing boat but leaving the fishermen to die in the South China Sea ("Sea Space").
15 Jan 2008
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Capt. Michael Barkley of The Fishermen's Den in Sebastain appears on the show to give up some secrets about catching bigger fish while on the Indian River.
12 Feb 2008
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Like millions of fishermen, Captain Adam Paul suffers from an addiction he can't control.
7 Apr 2008
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Enter to win a dream fishing trip with ESPN2’s George Poveromo. Columbia Sportswear invites you to spot the liar among our four video fishermen for a chance to win. Watch the video, then go to reelstories***lumbia**** to make your pick.
9 Apr 2008
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About 1.6 billion people worldwide depend on "fuel-based lighting" because they do not have access to the electric grid, usually burning kerosene for light in different types of lanterns. Besides being a very inefficient light source, kerosene lighting is expensive, dangerous and poses a health hazard for its users. The first step in establishing a viable global solution for off-grid lighting is a pilot project. OSRAM has started this pilot around eastern Africa's Lake Victoria, addressing local fishermen and their communities. In April 2008, the first O-HUB in Mbita, Kenya, was inaugurated. Lake Victoria was chosen because the local fishermen fishing for sardines at night use kerosene lanterns. The fishermen spend up to 70% of their income on kerosene, so they have a strong interest in efficient lighting.
28 Apr 2008
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'Raponkar's, the Fishermen community in the state of Goa in India has a century old art and skill of catching fish by setting a net on the sea shores. with ever increasing machanized Trawlers making deep sea fishing, this Fishermen are finding it difficult to survive in the Globalized economy.
9 May 2008
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Individually they were nothing special … some Galilean fishermen ... a political hothead ... a tax collector. They might have all led ordinary lives …and quietly disappeared into the mists of history. But, inspired by one charismatic Jewish preacher, these 12 men become the mouthpiece for God's plan for salvation. Despite a hostile world which considered them outlaws, heretics and blasphemers, these brave believers carried the message of the 'good news' brought by their teacher. This message of the gospels has now traveled through time across two thousand years and gone around the world to billions of Christians bringing to them all the everlasting love and eternal guidance of Jesus. The world has come to know them as - The Twelve Apostles. Down to earth men of the Galilee - the cradle of the Holy Land – these 12 pious Jews dedicated their lives to spread His teaching of the coming Kingdom of Heaven wherever they went. This is their story - Peter, Andrew, James, John, Phillip, Bartholomew, Jude Thaddeus, Thomas, Simon, James the Lesser, Matthew and of course, the infamous Judas Iscariot who would become the betrayer of his Lord. They may have started off as nobodies, but the events surrounding the Twelve Apostles and their leader in that far-flung corner of the Roman Empire changed the course of history forever. Bible Land Shop is proud spread their stories.
6 Aug 2009
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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Fishermen in China found a fish with human-like breasts in the Yangtze River and shot footage of it with a cell phone. Scientists believe the fish mutated due to excess birth control being dumped into the Yangtze. For the whole story go to: *******www.theworldwidescoop****
20 May 2008
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Brought to you by the Alaska Marine Conservation Council and the Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen's Association. A Mooncusser Film produced by Stephanie Hunt and directed by Christopher Seufert. *******www.MooncusserFilms****
23 May 2008
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Echo Canyon river guides have a passion for fishing and the great outdoors. Unique float fishing trips down the Arkansas River acessess the best trout fishing in Colorado. Both spin fishermen and fly fishermen will find the vacation of a lifetime waiting in the Royal Gorge.
25 Jun 2008
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Choose from several diving and marine conservation projects that take place around Ecuador. Your contribution to protecting the Machalilla National Park might be to tag sea turtles, map coral, monitor sharks or educate fishermen’s children.
15 Jul 2008
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Casa Margherita is a small and graceful apartment of 50 square meters. It is a modern apartment and it has been recently renewed. The apartment is located in Sorrento centre, in the quiet neighbourhood of Santa Lucia. This area is a few hundred meters from the main square of Sorrento, Piazza Tasso. NearCasa Margherita there are many shops: supermarket, confectioner’s, laudry, fruit and vegetable market, restaurants etc., but at the same time this is in a very quiet area. If You arrive by car, there are many payment car parkings not far from the apartment. The railway station is about 500 meters away, and by train You can easily reach Pompeii, Naples etc. The nearest beach is Marina Grande,, which is 700 meters away: You can go there on foot if You feel like, but If You decide to go by car, there is a car parking there. That beach is a typical fishermen’s village and on the west-side of it You’ll find a lot of bathing establishments where umbrellas, deckchairs and a bar are available and where kids can safely swim. Sorrento area is located on a platform of a volcanic stone, 50 meters above the sea-level and there aren’t many beaches. That is the reason why You’ll see so many wooden bathing establishments here. If You look for a large beach in Sorrento area, You should go to Alimuri beach (4 Km away from the Casa Margherita) – payment car parking available. A curiosity: if You rent the Margherita Apartment, consider also that each week on Tuesday (400 meters far from the apartment), a street market is arranged. Besides, on Monday every week in Sant’Agnello e Piano di Sorrento (about 2 Km away from the apartment) You can go to the local street market where You can find anything for very good prices. We suggest You also to visit the small but absolutely breath-taking public garden Villa Comunale of Sorrento (free entrance) from where You can admire the beautiful gulf of Naples with its symbol Vesuvius. And in the evening, if You wish to try one of the best pizzas in the area see you soon.
28 Jul 2008
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On July 16th, the Spanish coastal towns celebrate Virgin Carme festivity. In This video is shown the celebration at Port d'Aiguadolç, Sitges (Barcelona) This virgin is in charge of protecting fishermen and sailors from the harshness of the sea. Traditionally, a fishermen boat will be selected to carry the figure of Virgin Carme on a parade followed by other fishermen boats. The celebration continues at the harbor where "rom cremat" is served and "habaneres" (sailor songs) are performed. How to prepare a Rom Cremat This is a form of drinking rom typical for any mediterranean fishermen related celebration. To a large heat-resistant bowl (CAUTION; it gets hot) add the rom, orange peel, sugar, cinnamon stick, and some roasted coffee beans. Fire it up and let (some) of the alcohol consume by steering and pouring. Stop the fire by momentarily covering the bowl (i.e. with a plate) Cold it down, serve, enjoy it!
1 Aug 2008
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Dedicated to all 2004 December 26th Boxing Day Tsunami Victims, those injured, and those otherwise affected. The terrible devastation and the aftermath of this catastrophe cuaght on tape. Sri Lanka and Thailand were severely impacted by the tsunami on December 26, 2004. Tsunami Thailand 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake was an undersea earthquake that occurred at 00:58:53 UTC (07:58:53 local time) December 26, 2004, with an epicentre off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. Surprisingly, some islands right in the middle of the tsunami were not badly affected. It turns out their atolls, or coral reefs, absorbed much of the wave. The coral ridges protected them. In many regions of the Asian waters, there is a practice some fishermen use, of dynamiting the natural coral reefs to bring up fish. These barriers to the tsunami were no longer in place to deflect the water. The disaster promoted a global outpouring of sympathy, with governments, individuals and corporations pledging more than $13 billion in aid. According to UN database, nearly two years after donors pledged billions to help the victims only half the money had been spent. Of the half a million people left homeless by the disaster, only a third have been permanently rehoused. The public response to the tsunami was very untypical. A combination of events - the dramatic nature of the huge wave, its occurrence at Christmas, the size of the disaster, the fact that so many Westerners died, the availability of spectacular video footage and the extensive TV coverage that secured - meant that the global public gave far more than ever before. The money went to aid agencies that were too small to mastermind such a mammoth task. Oxfam has spent more than $280 million on disaster recovery work and is now more than three-quarters of the way through its response plan. Aid workers have helped more than 2.3 million people across seven countries to get back into their homes.Despite the outpouring of generosity from aid agencies and individuals, recipient countries say pledges by some governments have still not been honoured. The earthquake triggered a series of devastating tsunamis along the coasts of most landmasses bordering the Indian Ocean, killing more than 225,000 people in eleven countries, and inundating coastal communities with waves up to 30 meters With a magnitude of between 9.1 and 9.3, it is the second largest earthquake ever recorded on a seismograph. This earthquake had the longest duration of faulting ever observed, between 8.3 and 10 minutes. It caused the entire planet to vibrate as much as 1 cm (0.5 inches) and triggered other earthquakes as far away as Alaska. The disaster is known by the scientific community as the Great Sumatra-Andaman earthquake,and is also known as the Asian Tsunami and the Boxing Day Tsunami. Thailand: 5,395 dead, 2,993 missing. Many of the missing are presumed dead. Maldives: 82 dead, 26 missing. The latest disater to hit Asia, Cyclone Nargis struck May 2008, bringing winds of up 120mph and flooding to the badly affected Irrawaddy Delta region, Burma Myanmar. The cyclone had left twice as many people vulnerable as the 2004 Asian tsunami.
8 Aug 2008
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