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Hunger is rising & Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana must expand warehousing to meet the need. In 2009, Gleaners distributed a record amount of food to it's charities. Donate to our $11.6 million goal to better serve Indiana's hungry at www.gleaners****
14 Apr 2010
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Jewish Clothes, a film by Sol Lang. My wife Mary Bogdan is an artist/gleaner. Much of her work consists of working with found objects, discarded items (AKA trash), that she collects from everywhere... We live in a neighborhood, in Montreal, that has a fairly large Jewish/Hassidic population. One day, as Mary was doing her rounds, she found these two large garbage bags filled with old clothes. She decided to lay them out on our back yard lawn to inspect them and air them out. In fact they were all clean. Evidently washed before bagging for the sake of whoever should find them... Soon after laying them out on the grass, a thunderstorm came and Mary was preoccupied with other things, so she just left the clothes out to get soaked and become victims to the rain and wind... The storm passed as quickly as it came. As I stepped out to look, I saw a sight that felt like a punch to my gut. The clothes were all lying, spread out as if they had been bodies that had disintegrated or separated from the clothes. My feeling was as if the souls were gone and all that was left was the memory of the people that were in them... I photographed the scene and put together what will (hopefully) one day become a photography exhibition... Here I combined the images in a video montage along with a haunting piece of music I composed and performed to convey that initial feelings I felt after the storm... As a Jew whose parents were survivors of the Holocaust in Europe, I am a second-generation survivor. I carry the collective memory and emotional trauma as do so many of my generation whose families endured similar life tragedies. This exhibition and video are representative of the depth of emotional healing that I hope to provoke with my art.... TAGS: Jewish religion holocaust jews Europe trauma exhibition SolLang SolLang**** clothes photography thunderstorm bodies trash gleaner art MaryBogdan Hassidic Montreal neighborhood
19 Aug 2007
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Directed by Steve "Tehut-Nine" McAlpin who was also the principal writer of the script, Bashment The Fork in The Road is a cultural cinematic gem that tells a cautionary tale about friendship, greed, tragedy and redemption. The Special Director's Edition is SUNRASON FILMS latest release of the movie, Bashment The Fork in The Road. Featuring a new look and a few special features, now viewers can also enjoy the much talked about DIRECTOR DOCUMENTARY, wherein detailed insight on the main characters, the story line, and other interesting topics about the movie are discussed by members of the cast and the Director, Steve "Tehut-Nine" McAlpin whose brilliance and determination remains at the center of the creative process. (Click here to watch trailer) "Credit the talented McAlpin...Bashment outpaces many Jamaican-made films that have come before. The drama and intrigue make it take a backseat to none, not even the classic THE HARDER THEY COME." -The Jamaica Sunday Gleaner RECOMMENDED FOR ALL AGES.
9 Dec 2011
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Gleaner's 85th anniversary video. For all you gleaner fans!
14 Dec 2008
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Watch Episodes One: ***********/watch?v=dwX2VFBwk4s and Two: ***********/watch?v=oK6PQnDrJto AGCO is using the black-painted Gleaner S7 (nicknamed by some as "The Stealth") combine to provide the final round of engineering tests and data collection before the new‑generation Super Series Gleaner combines are introduced to the public. View photos from the road and sign up for updates on the Super 7 at *******www.gleanersuper7****.
10 Jan 2013
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22 Nov 2009
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10 Mar 2009
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A film by Agnes Varda
18 Jan 2010
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Tifa speaks about her life and music career www.jamaica-star****
14 Jun 2010
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This is video of a custom homemade mini chopper that my brother built. This film is taken just east of Walla Walla, WA. The bike was built from miscellaneous farm equipment parts including a: -5HP Briggs and Stratton Engine -350 Chevy Engine Oil Pan as a Mock Fuel Tank -A crescent wrench kick stand -Gleaner N6 Combine Concave as a Rear Fender -Spring Tooth as a Front Fender -Chain Links as Foot Pegs -Hay Rake Seat -Exhaust Flapper -... My brother likes to take old broken down engines and equipment and revive them. This custom homemade mini chopper he built from scratch. He has taken his custom homemade mini chopper on many rides and has really made people turn their heads when they see this custom homemade mini chopper coming down the street. He has also driven this custom homemade mini chopper to school and presented it in a local car show. He put a lot of time, energy, and careful calculations into the production of this custom homemade mini chopper. He did all the math for the sprocket size to ensure good high-end speed but enough torque to get around off the pavement.
24 May 2009
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LYRICS (Press "More Info") Chorus:] Dem wah fi war mi so mi send fi mi army bullets a spray dem like itsy miaki dis de empire coppa shot a go fire mr palmer got de rifle dem weh taller than palm tree wah fi war me so mi send fi mi army bullets a spray dem like itsy miaki nuttin with gleaner so mi disguise ina camouflage blue suit and red semi khaki [Verse 1:] One gunshot kill any man deh way mi tan dat tun him ina skeleton smith and wesson neva ina adidja lef han coppa split skull ina de split of a second doc a look ina him head without a cat scan you no kno me mi see super cat san the mount a gun weh him add up mad di marks man fling it afi cricketa mi no bats man wats wrong, dem come with gang but wen dis rang dem head swing sang dem mek, dem mek one fast move shots sen mek dem met, dem death caan dis whiteall everett bwoy piss demself like child bed wet yo send threat... go suck ya maada a death before dishonor [Chorus:] Dem wah fi war mi so mi send fi mi army bullets a spray dem like itsy miaki dis de empire coppa shot ago fire mr palmer got de rifle dem weh taller dan palm tree wah fi war me so mi send fi mi army bullets a spray dem like itsy miaki nuttin with gleaner so mi disguise ina camouflage blue suit and red semi khaki [Verse 2:] No meetin from yo dis yo get beatin, stevel! none a him gun no use leisel so deivel believe we ago link yo fi reason bullet to skin like meat to meat season gaza crow like winta, mi no response fi di otha bloodcloth three seasons so tell missa evil kneivel mi desert pigeon kill him eagle how u fi sing seh classic wen mi seh sixfans mine have crank shaft pistons bwoy come a bidden ship a dis lands mi no response pick him off at a distance god have de whole world in his hans but me own the guns and all de big bombs a no me start it typical... me neva wah nuh gorrila war. [Chorus:] Dem wah fi war mi so mi send fi mi army bullets a spray dem like itsy miaki dis de empire coppa shot ago fire mr palmer got de rifle dem weh taller dan palm tree wah fi war me so mi send fi mi army bullets a spray dem like itsy miaki nuttin with gleaner so mi disguise ina camouflage blue suit and red semi khaki ^LYRICS^ ALSO CHECK THIS SONG, iTZ MADD ***********/watch?v=5IsSgjvEVOE Inium(J.O.P.) - Wen Dis Buss
21 Oct 2009
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The well-known poem by John Keats, read by Neil Conrich. Ode To Autumn by John Keats Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun; Conspiring with him how to load and bless With fruit the vines that round the thatch-eaves run; To bend with apples the mossed cottage-trees, And fill all fruit with ripeness to the core; To swell the gourd, and plump the hazel shells With a sweet kernel; to set budding more, And still more, later flowers for the bees, Until they think warm days will never cease, For Summer has o'er-brimmed their clammy cell. Who hath not seen thee oft amid thy store? Sometimes whoever seeks abroad may find Thee sitting careless on a granary floor, Thy hair soft-lifted by the winnowing wind; Or on a half-reaped furrow sound asleep, Drowsed with the fume of poppies, while thy hook Spares the next swath and all its twined flowers; And sometimes like a gleaner thou dost keep Steady thy laden head across a brook; Or by a cider-press, with patient look, Thou watchest the last oozings, hours by hours. Where are the songs of Spring? Ay, where are they? Think not of them, thou hast thy music too,-- While barred clouds bloom the soft-dying day, And touch the stubble-plains with rosy hue; Then in a wailful choir, the small gnats mourn Among the river sallows, borne aloft Or sinking as the light wind lives or dies; And full-grown lambs loud bleat from hilly bourn; Hedge-crickets sing; and now with treble soft The redbreast whistles from a garden-croft, And gathering swallows twitter in the skies.
15 Apr 2010
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Damian Marley- More Justice Album:Halfway Tree (2001) Youths dem ballin' out Hear the ghetto youths dem ballin out Di youths dem ballin' out Hear the ghetto youths dem ballin out Di youths dem saying justice ah weh dem really need overall Di way dem deal wid mankind.... All mi gyal start ball Justice ah weh di youths dem need overall Di way dem deal wid mankind VERSE She nah go cry fi no guy inna nah 3 piece suit Nor no pretty bwoy inna nuh crisp Nike boot She nuh ball fi nah dapper She nuh cry fi nah doop She shed those lonely tears For di little ghetto youths weh balling Stary stary X-News and Gleaner Foot might be dirty but his heart is much cleaner And those politicians fightin down sensimillia Get up every day dem want fi run this arena Extra, extra.... read all about it Ghetto youths in need and there is no doubt about it If baby want feed and cant do without it Big 45 goin to scout it CHORUS VERSE Jack and Jill went up the hill to sell some marijuana Buck up the fed dey broke jack crown And Jill came tumbling after Little Bo peep she had lost her sheep To thief inna di pasture And if one try do dat again Its goin to bring disaster King of Kings and di Lord of Lords Everlasting Everlaster Inspire I and I to be a microphone blaster We nah goin bow down to no slave master Help di youths first and ask di question dem after
4 Dec 2010
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Frazier vs. Foreman - On the Sunshine Island, January 22, 1973 THE FIGHT Foreman and Frazier were two very different fighters. Foreman fought flat out, all guns full steam ahead, while Frazier, kept his left hook ready, waited and took blows, hoping to wear down his opponents. On the night of January 22, 1973, both men fought true to form. Foreman came out like a giant hurricane, swinging strongly, while Frazier held back, bobbing and weaving confidently. Almost immediately Foreman landed a solid punch to Frazier's gut and then, two light lefts and a right uppercut the first of many that would take the champ down. He was up in two but forced to wait for the mandatory eight count. He landed a solid left hook the only real blow Foreman took that night. In response, Foreman backed Smokin' Joe into the ropes and landed a hard left and right to the head. Five more rights and a set-up left followed and down went Frazier again. Again he took the eight count only to get up and run straight into a long, hard right to his head that sent him back to the canvas where he remained two counts after the bell had rung ending Round One. Round Two. Frazier emerged on the attack and was met with a left and a right to the jaw that dropped him again. After the mandatory eight count, he stood, dazed, flailing his punches and stumbling onto a right that lifted him off the floor and send him packing to the mat with a leg bent at an inopportune angle. Foreman called out to him, "Stay down, Joe. You've had it." He looked over to Frazier's corner, expecting to see the towel tossed, but Frazier, with the will of a champion, pulled himself up once more. Just as Foreman was forced to move in for the kill, the referee, Arthur Mercante, seeing Frazier's sagging figure, blood dripping from his mouth, called it at 1:35. The difference in height and reach between the two men was important as Foreman used his longer reach to great advantage he simply did not give Smokin' Joe time to gather steam. Foreman knocked Frazier down a total of six times, three in each round, in a fight that ranks amongst one of the top feats in boxing history. Source: *******www.jamaica-gleaner****/pages/history/story0040.htm
10 May 2013
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