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Chad Hooper, your Hampton's Realtor discusses the 3 Things Sellers Have Control Over.
22 Jan 2010
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Chad Hooper, your Hampton's Realtor, keeping it real talking about the latest market stats in the Hamptons.
1 Jan 2010
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Chad Hooper, your Hampton's Realtor discusses his passion for real estate as it relates to Travis Pastrana flying his Subaru 269 feet off of the Long Beach Pier onto a floating barge to bring in the New Year on Decmeber 31, 2009, setting a world-record. Do you want a NO LIMITS approach to Real Estate?
2 Jan 2010
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Chad Hooper, Your Hamptons Realtor discusses 3 Fatal Flaws You Can Avoid, So You Your Home Sells in Spring 2010!
16 Jan 2010
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Chad Hooper of Hampton Estates Realty, Bill Wright of Hamptons Mortgage Corp., and Bret Pahwul of Amaden Gay Agencies provide you with the information you need to feel comfortable and confident in taking advantage of the current buying opportunities.
4 Mar 2010
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Der Kleinstadt-Reporter Bob Wilton (Ewan McGregor) stößt durch Lyn Cassady (George Clooney) auf eine schier unfassbare Story: In der US-Armee existiert eine geheime Hippie-Spezialeinheit. Statt an Waffen trainieren die selbsternannten "Jedi-Krieger" übersinnliche Fähigkeiten. Auf ihrem Stundenplan stehen unter anderem Hellsehen, durch Wände gehen und Ziegen durch Anstarren töten. Unter Anleitung ihres Ober-Gurus Bill Django (Jeff Bridges) experimentieren sie sogar mit bewusstseins- erweiternden Drogen. Doch Lyns übersinnliche Kräfte wecken den Neid seines Kameraden Larry Hooper (Kevin Spacey). Nach einer geschickt eingefädelten Intrige verschwindet Bill spurlos. Auf der Suche nach ihm begeben sich Lyn und Bob auf einen irrwitzigen Trip durch die Wüste…
4 Mar 2010
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Sweet song. Producer/ lyricist Kristina Friend Music by William Hooper Coleman. Sung by Brittanie Shipway This is our first music video. I was influenced by the visuals from a video from the fab. group, Simple Minds. Love song. We filmed this in my garage. William is an Indigenous Australian. He also plays the guitar in the song. It is a long ballad.Enjoy.
11 Mar 2010
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The lawyers of Honeycutt, Guin & Hooper, PLLC, are committed to providing the representation you deserve. We strive to zealously serve your interests.
17 Mar 2010
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Compound Stock Earnings with Joseph Hooper Aaron Zalewski
17 Mar 2010
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Compound Stock Earnings with Aaron Zalewski and Joseph Hooper
17 Mar 2010
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Wendy Hooper, co-partner of The Hooper Group – Altera Real Estate in South Orange County, CA uses the Epson WorkForce 610 to help run her small business in an unpredictable market. Designed for the small business and home office, the WorkForce 610 has the fast speed, laser-quality output and dependability to help boost the realtor’s productivity. With high-speed printing, scanning and image output tools, Hooper relies on the WorkForce 610 to print multiple real estate listings, handouts, flyers, floor plans, property photos, web pages or contracts. Click here to learn more about Epson small business products: www.epson.com/smallbusiness
29 Jun 2010
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This song is an homage to horror, exploitation and b-movies in general. It contains clips from the following films: Basket case (Frank Henenlotter - USA 1982) Blood feast (Herschell Gordon Lewis - USA 1963) Blood freak (Brad F. Grinter, Steve Hawkes - USA 1972) Buio Omega (aka Beyond the darkness) (Joe D'Amato - Italy 1979) Cannibal campout (Tom Fisher, Jon McBride - USA 1988) Cannibal holocaust (Ruggero Deodato - Italy 1980) Dawn of the dead (George A. Romero - Italy/USA 1978) Day of the dead (George A. Romero - USA 1985) Demoni (aka Demons) (Lamberto Bava - Italy 1985) Dværgen (aka The sinful dwarf) (Vidal Raski - Denmark/Usa 1973) Evil dead II (Sam Raimi - USA 1987) Ghoul school (Timothy O'Rawe - USA 1990) Ghoul school (original promotional reel) (Timothy O'Rawe - USA 1988) I drink your blood (David E. Durston - USA 1970) I spit on your grave (aka Day of the woman) (Meir Zarchi - USA 1978) Killing spree (Tim Ritter - USA 1987) La noche del terror ciego (aka Tombs of the blind dead) (Amando de Ossorio - Spain/Portugal 1971) Maniac (William Lustig - USA 1980) Mil gritos tiene la noche (aka Pieces) (J.P. Simòn, USA/Spain/PuertoRico 1982) Nekeddo buraddo: Megyaku (aka Naked blood) (Hisayasu Sato - Japan 1995) Night of the living dead (George A. Romero - USA 1968) Nightmare (aka Nightmare in a damaged brain) (Romano Scavolini - USA 1981) Psychos in love (Gorman Bechard - USA 1987) Say no to drugs (Tim O'Rawe - USA 1987) Sexandroide (Michel Ricaud - France 1987) Slaughter high (G. Dugdale, M. Ezra, P. Litten, USA 1986) Splatter farm J. Polonia, M. Polonia, T. Smith USA 1987) The Evil Dead (Sam Raimi - USA 1981) The headless eyes (Kent Bateman - USA 1971) The jar (Bruce Toscano - USA 1984) The Texas chain saw massacre (Tobe Hooper - USA 1974) Video violence When renting is not enough (Gary Cohen - USA 1987) Video violence 2 (Gary Cohen - USA 1987) Za Ginipiggu: Akuma no jikken (aka Guinea pig) (Satoru Ogura - Japan 1985)
1 Jul 2010
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AGED TEEN: Shocking Blue, live at Cellar Theory, January 30 2010. Live footage shot by Bob Toderico - http://bobbweiler.deviantart.com Audio recorded by Luciano and Cristina at Cellar Theory - http://www.myspace.com/cellartheory Video and audio edited and Mixed by Dario Guarino. Aged Teen on Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/agedteenrock Aged Teen on Facebook: http://groups.to/agedteen/ http://band.to/agedteenfans/ Aged Teen Official: http://www.agedteen.com This video contains clips from some of my favourite horror and b-movies: Basket case (Frank Henenlotter - USA 1982) Blood feast (Herschell Gordon Lewis - USA 1963) Blood freak (Brad F. Grinter, Steve Hawkes - USA 1972) Buio Omega (aka Beyond the darkness) (Joe D'Amato - Italy 1979) Cannibal holocaust (Ruggero Deodato - Italy 1980) Dawn of the dead (George A. Romero - Italy/USA 1978) Day of the dead (George A. Romero - USA 1985) Demoni (aka Demons) (Lamberto Bava - Italy 1985) Dværgen (aka The sinful dwarf) (Vidal Raski - Denmark/Usa 1973) Ghoul school (Timothy O'Rawe - USA 1990) Ghoul school (original promotional reel) (Timothy O'Rawe - USA 1988) I drink your blood (David E. Durston - USA 1970) I spit on your grave (aka Day of the woman) (Meir Zarchi - USA 1978) Killing spree (Tim Ritter - USA 1987) Nekeddo buraddo: Megyaku (aka Naked blood) (Hisayasu Sato - Japan 1995) Nightmare (aka Nightmare in a damaged brain) (Romano Scavolini - USA 1981) Psychos in love (Gorman Bechard - USA 1987) Say no to drugs (Tim O'Rawe - USA 1987) Sexandroide (Michel Ricaud - France 1987) Splatter farm J. Polonia, M. Polonia, T. Smith USA 1987) The headless eyes (Kent Bateman - USA 1971) The Texas chain saw massacre (Tobe Hooper - USA 1974) Video violence When renting is not enough (Gary Cohen - USA 1987) Video violence 2 (Gary Cohen - USA 1987)
1 Jul 2010
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Jaws is a 1975 American thriller film directed by Steven Spielberg and based on Peter Benchley's novel of the same name. The police chief of Amity Island, a fictional summer resort town, tries to protect beachgoers from a giant man-eating great white shark by closing the beach, only to be overruled by the town council, which wants the beach to remain open to draw a profit from tourists during the summer season. After several attacks, the police chief enlists the help of a marine biologist and a professional shark hunter. Roy Scheider stars as police chief Martin Brody, Richard Dreyfuss as marine biologist Matt Hooper, Robert Shaw as shark hunter Quint, Murray Hamilton as the Mayor of Amity Island, and Lorraine Gary as Brody's wife, Ellen.
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More info: http://geckomovies.com/ Actors: Helena Bonham Carter, Colin Firth, Guy Pearce, Michael Gambon, Geoffrey Rush, Timothy Spall, Director: Tom Hooper Writer: David Seidler
24 Sep 2010
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BOOK REVIEW PREVENTATIVE ORDERS A Practical Guide By Edwin Buckett, Tom Little and Robert McAllister ISBN: 978-1-85328-789-3 LAW SOCIETY PUBLISHING www.lawsociety.org.uk A COLLECTIVE REVIEW OF PREVENTATIVE ORDERS An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers The three authors from 9 Gough Square - Buckett, Little and McAllister - have produced an important and much needed collective review of the wide range of preventative orders currently available to the courts. Hooper LJ, in his Foreword, ‘commends this comprehensive book as compulsory for all those who have any with applications for preventative orders’ across a range of professionals involved in the criminal justice system. Law Society Publishing have produced another excellent legal handbook in their series of highly practical works and this guide explains the wide range of preventative orders collectively in a single volume in under 400 pages. There are 13 chapters for the first 188 pages and then a series of 3 appendices for sample prohibitions; relevant extracts from statutes and relevant extracts from statutory instruments. The 7 main orders are analysed with detailed reference to both the legislation and the procedures. The strongest aspect of this guide is the exploration of the types of order and the identification of the common difficulties and problems which overlap specific orders including the required standard of proof and the rules on hearsay evidence. It has long been recognised that these orders create important difficulties for both lawyer and judge. As Hooper LJ says, it’s because of the ‘inherent tension in balancing the protection of the public with the protection of the rights of those who are the intended subject of such orders’. The book succeeds because of its guidance to those considering the ‘tension’ and producing a reasonable outcome which will not receive attention in the ‘you could not make it up’ column in some national newspapers. At a time when it is clear that the methods of dispensing justice will be reconsidered anew by the coalition government, ‘Preventative Orders’ remains a practical and authoritative statement for those seeking both free-standing and post-conviction preventative orders always remembering that breach of these orders constitutes offences carrying significant periods of custody. The authors write that the ‘last 12 years have seen an explosion in the use and enforcement of preventative orders’ although their long-term usage may well be in doubt as the view of some is that they do not work. It is interesting to note that, in the past, almost all injunctions against individuals were brought under private law proceedings, mainly in the county court for domestic violence. With the ASBO and other free-standing application orders, the conviction of a criminal offence has been partially by-passed hence the issue of ‘tension’ which Hooper LJ raises. There is a useful section on the human rights legislation and some detailed recently case-law which makes this work a highly practical work for the current criminal practitioner including appeals in the final chapter. The authors have also included a short page on ‘the future’ given an assessment of the new government’s point of view, writing it is ‘very likely that there will be change in the near future, at least, in emphasis’ so do refer to the Home Office website as how these changes take effect ‘remains to be seen’.
3 Oct 2010
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