In this fairytale stars a young prince, his father is the longtime ruler over the Fruit Kingdom. The prince fell in love unfortunately with the princess of the rival kingdom. Both parties aren’t approving the love between the two royalties. The prince was very sad and decided to construct a plan to kidnap the princess so they could be together forever. Assist them in executing this plan. Get power from fruits and help the lovebirds on their path towards happiness. Please make this story end like all fairytales do: let them live happily ever after.
Once upon a time...not so long ago....was a young happily married couple living in a perfect house till the pink slip catches up with them...It's a story of how they alomostlose their house and finally find help from and get their life back on track to live happily ever after.
Happily ever after - Mary Mack
http://SupremeMasterTV.com –Happily Ever After at Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary - P1/2. Episode: 1531, Air Date: 23 November 2010.
http://SupremeMasterTV.com –Happily Ever After at Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary - P2/2. Episode: 1538, Air Date: 30 November 2010
Written, directed by and starring Daniel Krige
From an original story by Roland Gallois
Produced by Jonathon Green
Happily Ever After came 2nd at Tropfest in 1996
An alliance of evil-doers, led by Frieda, looks to take over Fairy Tale Land. But when Ella realizes her stepmother is out to ruin her storybook existence, she takes a dramatic turn and blossoms into the leader of the resistance effort.
Hey you guys Flav really wants to have me all to himself so please make our dreams come true and vote for me!!!!!
Love Nyna Black
The greatest highlight video ever.
no bloopers, no violence, no tutorials, just life and love.
the greatest gift is life, the greatest emotion,love.
For all the happy endings and happy endings to come.
this is for you.
Will you marry me?
baby will you marry me?
The time is right, I'm asking tonight,
if you would share your life with mine.
-So will you marry me?
baby, will you marry me?
I'm down on one knee, with this ring you see,
this one question needs your answer so please...will you marry me?
An exploration of what it is to be single and 30 today. As has been widely reported, over 6.3 million women –Caucasian, Asian, Black, Hispanic-- in the US today are in their 30's and choosing to be single. Our documentary studies this phenomenon and gives voice to an independently minded generation who are refusing to “settle”. This illuminating documentary goes beyond the bubbly surface of Sex and the City and Bridget Jones' Diary to see what it's really like to be a single woman in your 30s today.
Author, Alisa Bowman joins us with some marriage salvaging tips.
Cinderella,is now married to a prince and has two babies.
Due to her pregnancies, she gained weight and had bulges of fat on her waist. With the upcoming ball, she worries about the bulges on her sides.
V fairy fixes everything by waving her wand and giving Cinderella a shapewear which brings her body back to shape.
V Fairy is a fairy who helps princesses overcome their problems when it comes to their dissatisfaction with their body shape. For more info. visit www.vedettestore.com.
Once upon a time there were these dudes just jamming in a garage. One of them came up with a cool song idea. They made that into a cool song...then they came up with other cool tunes... Then the dudes came up with a few thousand dollars and recorded their 3 best tunes for a demo.... then they (or the hired somebody) took this demo to the Big-Shot Record Labels and after being turned down a bunch one label signs them. Millions of dollars pour into making a Super Cool Tune and then 11-14 not as cool tunes to go on a compact disk. The Big-Shot Record Label pays radio stations to play the Super Cool Tune, pays millions for an expensive video for MTV (often owned by the same parent company as Big-Shot Record Label), pays for posters, production, artwork, mastering, manufacturing, advertising, advertising disguised as interviews on radio, TV and in magazines. The put the dudes on tour with merchandising, ticket sales, refreshment concessions...etc etc...until the dudes recouped the millions of dollars fronted to them by The Big-Shot Record Label and live happily ever after.<br><br>This is a fairy tale this doesn't happen very much anymore. CD sales have plummeted and record labels a less willing to gamble on unproven acts (especially since 9 out of 10 albums fails to re-coup on the investment). The big labels are tightening their grip on what they release to the public attempting to maximize profit and control while minimizing investment and risk.
The Big Shot Labels were releasing "product". The product construct is breaking down and giving way to "content". Product is a specific quantifiable unit like a compact disk...content is a diffuse intangible mist of information which may include playable music files, digital graphics, text, self-referencing hyper-links, streaming video, blogs, webzines, discussion boards, etc... Content has a wealth of incarnations and forms but works at a fraction of the cost of "product".. Content does not conform to regulations or format restrictions, it is chaotic and free-flowing. The realm of ideals has never been easier to manifest.<br><br>With the Internet, anyone anywhere can access any type music anytime of day...and usually for free. The Internet has provided the information on how to make music, the digital format to record music, and a distribution channel for music. The Internet is not only replacing the conventional promotion and distribution channels used by the traditional recording industry, it is DISSOLVING the recording industry. Top down distribution is being replaced by peer to peer digital distribution, mostly without the knowledge of industry professionals.<br><br>This is a documentary from the front lines of the San Francisco Bay Area Independent Rock scene. This is a discovery of the present and a dialog on the future. In this footage, I interview the musicians I meet along my journey (my peers) to promote discussion about having the power to generate "media content" and it's place in the current time. As an observer and a participant in this epoch of time I hope to expose and demonstrate my findings.<br><br>In the first episode I take the camera to the 7th annal Bands 4 Bands awards ceremony. The band I play guitar for, Swaybone, had been nominated for "Best Band" award. I brought a camera along to see what I could discover. In this installment I interview Theo Ceder, lead vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter for Swaybone on our walk from the car to the venue the ceremony is held. He too has thoughts and opinions on the time we live in and how "content" is disseminated.