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As well as being one of the top singers of all time, Barbra Streisand is accomplished as both a film actress and director. She has won nine Grammy Awards, two Oscars and four Emmys. She has released 29 top 10 albums, the most by any female recording artist, and they span more than three decades. 50 of her albums have been certified gold. Top Five Hits * 1976 - "Love Theme From A Star Is Born (Evergreen)" - #1 * 1980 - "Woman In Love" - #1 * 1973 - "The Way We Were" - #1 * 1980 - "Guilty" - #3 * 1979 - "The Main Event" - #3
7 Sep 2009
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ashley tisdale crank it up video premiere viva guilty pleasure masquerade t's alright it's ok what if new music 2009 sony vegas wowmmiley cyrus demi lovato selena gomez ashley tisdale crank it up video premiere viva pleasuring
18 Nov 2009
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My first remix, and it's a remix of the theme of Dr. Baldhead from the original Guilty Gear.
4 Dec 2009
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A remix of Ky Kiske's theme using sound clips from the GG2 Overture version. Ky Kiske and Guilty Gear are (C) Arc System Works and Sammy.
7 Dec 2009
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*******www.godandenergy**** Saying no without feeling guilty means saying yes to yourself
23 Apr 2010
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The only surviving gunman of the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks was recently found guilty of all charges against him and is now looking at a possible death penalty.
8 May 2010
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Meet the savvy sleuths of Disney's Guilty Party, a mystery-fueled party game for the Nintendo Wii.
20 Jul 2010
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8 Nov 2010
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BY: CHRISTIE NICKS You're watching multisource U.S. video news analysis from Newsy. Jared Loughner is indicted on 49 charges - six of them, for murder- one for attempted assassination. But to all of them - the man accused of the January shooting of Congresswoman Gabby Giffords in Tuscon - pleads- not guilty. U.S. District Judge Larry Burns entered the not-guilty plea on behalf of the accused Tucson shooter Wednesday. Loughner came into the courtroom grinning ear to ear. Then- as CNN reports- the judge shocked the court with this announcement. “The big surprise here is that the government, not the defense, the government wants a mental competency hearing and they would like it sooner than later. The judge in the end decided with them and said, ‘yes’ and they’re gonna do it on May 25th but that was really the headline- everything is off until they figure out if Loughner’s competent.” Judge Burns says he doesn’t want the trial to continue until he is certain that quote “Mr. Loughner is on board.” But a commentator for The Atlantic says what happens after the competency trial could hamper the overall trial’s outcome. “If the judge still believes that at the end of the competency hearing, after all the mental health experts have weighed in, the case, United States v. Loughner will effectively be put on hold, indefinitely ... we may never know (as far as we ever could know) exactly what he was thinking when he walked toward that Safeway supermarket.” But according to Fox News - Loughner’s defense attorney Judy Clarke says she needs more time. “Out of the 49 charges, 14 of them make him eligible for the death penalty. But here’s how the death penalty thing will have to play out- Both sides have to make an argument to the Department of Justice in Washington... the special committee within the Department of Justice would make the determination whether the death penalty will be sought in this case.” Several survivors were in the courtroom Wednesday facing Loughner for the first time since the shooting in Tucson. CBS asked survivor Susan Heilman’s husband, Bill Heilman, what he thought if Loughner was deemed unfit for trial after the May competency hearing. (He tells CBS...) "It wouldn't bother me to the extent I don't believe that would likely be a permanent situation... I know that if that were to occur, he can be rehabbed so that the trial could take place later. It's just a matter of patience." As the prosecutor described some of Loughner’s mental behavior in the past, Loughner reportedly was grinning and raising his eyebrows. Loughner also is said to have had an eerily cheerful demeanor during the hearing on Wednesday. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
12 Mar 2011
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July 7, 2011(2:26) Canadian doctor Anthony Galea, whose clients once included superstar athletes, pled guilty in federal court to smuggling drugs into the U.S.
8 Jul 2011
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There recently was a film plagiarism fiasco in Vietnam that involved a Vietnamese American from Orange County, California ripping off a Hollywood film to fool his fellow Vietnamese people that he's a Hollywood Hitchcock director and script writer. The plagiarist who pulled the scam, named Victor Vu, knew Vietnam had a Trade Embargo imposed by the United States until 1994 so he reckoned no one in Vietnam could have seen any Hollywood movie during the embargo. He picked a 20 year old Hollywood movie from 1991, Wolfgang Petersen's Hitchcock thriller Shattered, copied it shot by shot, renamed it Inferno (Giao lo dinh menh in Vietnamese) and released it in Vietnam as his masterpiece. Vu tooted his horn that he wrote this Hitchcock thriller while just a student and claimed he was the Hollywood Hitchcock director, the new breath of life for Vietnamese films, the man who changes the image of Vietnamese Cinema. Vu suckered Vietnamese people who trusted him when he declared with Inferno he was bringing his Hollywood expertise to Vietnam, instead he brought shot by shot plagiarism to Vietnam while getting rich by illegally duplicating and profiting from other people's work. But how lowly did Vu think of his fellow Vietnamese? Did he think they still live in caves? How did he think he was going to get away with this scam indefinitely? In this age of Facebook his sneaky scam was busted, that's right, on Facebook. These internet videos show Vu's Inferno was virtually a frame by frame copy of Shattered and for music he lifted John Powell's score from The Bourne Identity. After being caught red handed Vu retorted publicly that "all similarities to Shattered are just a coincidence", "Similarities like these are unavoidable for Hollywood Hitchcock directors like me and Wolfgang Petersen but it's too hard for Vietnamese people to be capable of understanding it". Unbelievable how lowly Vu think of his fellow Vietnamese. Vu's hogwash riled the Vietnamese public who demanded their cinema officials to sort it out, it was a whopping ruckus in 2010 and 2011 in Vietnam. Vietnamese cinema officials took up the case making Vu Vietnam's first film plagiarism case. Officials watched both Inferno and Shattered to compare and unanimously found Vu guilty of plagiarism. Victor Vu taking advantage of the American embargo on Vietnam to scam his fellow Vietnamese people and profit from it is completely unethical, unprofessional, not to mention it's criminal copyright infringement. *******www.thanhniennews****/2010/Pages/20101018175841.aspx *******www.thanhniennews****/2010/Pages/20101112133316.aspx *******www.thanhniennews****/2010/Pages/20110304165902.aspx *******english.vietnamnet.vn/en/lastest-news/5583/-inferno--removed-from-golden-kite-award-s-nomination.html *******english.cinet.vn/DefaultArticleDetail.aspx?zoneid=10&newsid=16791 *******tuoitrenews.vn/cmlink/tuoitrenews/lifestyle/elevating-no-it-s-lifted-1.20101 There is very extensive news on this fiasco in Vietnamese language.
21 Jul 2011
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There recently was a film plagiarism fiasco in Vietnam that involved a Vietnamese American from Orange County, California ripping off a Hollywood film to fool his fellow Vietnamese people that he's a Hollywood Hitchcock director and script writer. The plagiarist who pulled the scam, named Victor Vu, knew Vietnam had a Trade Embargo imposed by the United States until 1994 so he reckoned no one in Vietnam could have seen any Hollywood movie during the embargo. He picked a 20 year old Hollywood movie from 1991, Wolfgang Petersen's Hitchcock thriller Shattered, copied it shot by shot, renamed it Inferno (Giao lo dinh menh in Vietnamese) and released it in Vietnam as his masterpiece. Vu tooted his horn that he wrote this Hitchcock thriller while just a student and claimed he was the Hollywood Hitchcock director, the new breath of life for Vietnamese films, the man who changes the image of Vietnamese Cinema. Vu suckered Vietnamese people who trusted him when he declared with Inferno he was bringing his Hollywood expertise to Vietnam, instead he brought shot by shot plagiarism to Vietnam while getting rich by illegally duplicating and profiting from other people's work. But how lowly did Vu think of his fellow Vietnamese? Did he think they still live in caves? How did he think he was going to get away with this scam indefinitely? In this age of Facebook his sneaky scam was busted, that's right, on Facebook. These internet videos show Vu's Inferno was virtually a frame by frame copy of Shattered and for music he lifted John Powell's score from The Bourne Identity. After being caught red handed Vu retorted publicly that "all similarities to Shattered are just a coincidence", "Similarities like these are unavoidable for Hollywood Hitchcock directors like me and Wolfgang Petersen but it's too hard for Vietnamese people to be capable of understanding it". Unbelievable how lowly Vu think of his fellow Vietnamese. Vu's hogwash riled the Vietnamese public who demanded their cinema officials to sort it out, it was a whopping ruckus in 2010 and 2011 in Vietnam. Vietnamese cinema officials took up the case making Vu Vietnam's first film plagiarism case. Officials watched both Inferno and Shattered to compare and unanimously found Vu guilty of plagiarism. Victor Vu taking advantage of the American embargo on Vietnam to scam his fellow Vietnamese people and profit from it is completely unethical, unprofessional, not to mention it's criminal copyright infringement. *******www.thanhniennews****/2010/Pages/20101018175841.aspx *******www.thanhniennews****/2010/Pages/20101112133316.aspx *******www.thanhniennews****/2010/Pages/20110304165902.aspx *******english.vietnamnet.vn/en/lastest-news/5583/-inferno--removed-from-golden-kite-award-s-nomination.html *******english.cinet.vn/DefaultArticleDetail.aspx?zoneid=10&newsid=16791 *******tuoitrenews.vn/cmlink/tuoitrenews/lifestyle/elevating-no-it-s-lifted-1.20101 There is very extensive news on this fiasco in Vietnamese language.
21 Jul 2011
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Adrianna Costa chats with Fashion Guru Brad Goreski about his obsession with Frank Ocean, his love for Rihanna, and his guilty pleasures! Tune in every week for more interviews with Lance Bass, Kimberly Cole, and more! Don't forget to watch the 2012 American Music Awards on November 18 8/7c on ABC, and the Coca-Cola Red Carpet LIVE! 5pm ET/2pm PT. If you want to license AMA clips, then click here! ********www.dickclarklicensing****/Default.aspx&sk=DCMA&q=american+music+awards&t=-420 Like us on Facebook!: *******www.facebook****/AMAs Follow us on Twitter!: ********twitter****/OfficialAMAs Follow our Blog!: *******www.amas365****/ Adrianna Costa Twitter: ********twitter****/AdriannaCosta Brad Goreski Twitter: *******twitter****/mrbradgoreski
18 Oct 2012
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Battle Fantasia Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Battle Fantasia, a fantasy 2D fighting game developed by Arc System Works and published in 2008 by Aksys Games for the PS3 and XBox 360. So it's not Guilty Gear. The cast is as eclectic, the setting as strange, but this game is a little more classical than its forebear, Guilty Gear. Less Queen, more Grieg. It's an interesting twist, but the mechanics have taken a bit of a turn for the basic. Not that that's a bad thing, it's just... not the rock we're used to. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Battle Fantasia for the XBox 360 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
10 Nov 2012
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*******www***bblawfirm**** How should I plead in traffic or misdemeanor court if I have no prior record just to get it over with? I don't want to pay lawyer's fees and I'm guilty and want the minimum penalty.
10 Feb 2013
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Fat Joe, whose real name is Joseph Cartagena, has turned himself in and is officially in custody at the Federal Detention Center in Miami. The singer originally faced up to 2 years in the slammer. After pleading guilty for one $1 million in tax evasion back In December, the rapper was sentenced to 4 months in prison and a $15 thousand fine, plus one year supervised released.
27 Aug 2013
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