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Earth Huggers TV
6 Dec 2007
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Bud Light Mr. DDB Office Party Over-Hugger. Pete Stacker who is the original voice-over for all the Real Men is on this. However for unknown reasons Dave Bickler was not in attendance and this raw cut did not have his voice to belt out the background vocals.
11 Jul 2009
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This Canadian yokel, the Bear Hugger, will smash you into the ground in PunchOut!! for the Wii.
10 Aug 2009
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Huggers Pants Fall
3 Mar 2010
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Watching a big ol' tree fall... fun, fun, fun
10 Dec 2006
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New Yorkers are notorious for being rude and angry. We set out to capture this in a short video, but were suprised to find something different.
6 May 2008
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Fun with Ableton Live 8 remix audio + video. Slurp down a YouTube video as a QuickTime-compatible file, then start chopping. Beats, not trees. == ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION == Tree farts, yes they're in part mourning the loss of tree farts from their fallen comrade. Evolutionary biologists agree according to bovine data, people animal farts (methane) contribute much to the global warming phenomena, enough to destroy Antarctic ice shelves and explode tiny baby penguins. But tree fart emissions are the antidote to the evil emissions from people and other animals which evolved from the hydrocarbon methane primordial soup. ---- Distributed by Tubemogul.
25 Apr 2009
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22 Jun 2009
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Plaid Iguana Project play's thier original Mecry Mercy The Tree Huggers Ball Sunshine Daydream Music Park in Terra Alta, WV !
25 Feb 2007
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Marie Oser and the awesome Bishnoi people. Protectors of wildlife, world's first environmenalists and original tree-huggers, the Bishnoi people will blow you away!
31 Oct 2007
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www.earth-huggers****
12 Dec 2007
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todays adventure with Gordon Tindall We have all of the tree huggers and elected officials looking at this underground burning coal for yeas. Have they tried to extract energy to make power ? What a site for a greenhouse! Jan 21st, 2008 Dear Editor, Thanks to the generosity of Gordon Tindall of the Red Rose Diner, I was driven to Centralia, Pa. today and felt the hot ground temperatures where smoke was escaping. Centralia is a now ghost town. It is a victim to an underground coal fire. It is sad that most of the people had to be moved. It is sadder that not one BTU appears to being used for something positive. They have had 45 years to come up with something other than saying the sky is falling. I find that the lack of any process to capture this heat to do something positive very sad. Society should be making lemonade out of the lemons the good people of Centralia have been handed. If our engineers can not come up with some positive use of this "free" energy then we deserve to be doomed into extinction. Where are the elected officials and Gov. Rendell in either heating some green houses, or running heat engines to pump electricity back into the grid? Hell, you could raise talapia there and grow food all winter long! The possibilities are almost limitless. However it is plain to me that our government hampers progress and does not encourage it. And I don't hear any major presidential candidates talking about the dangers of paper less ballots or eminent domain abuse. I don't hear any candidate pushing for the raising of industrial hemp to help reduce pollution in making paper. Bush wants to give us money back so that we can buy more crap from China and make them even stronger? Have China pay to feed their own damn Panda bears! Mr. Bush we need farming, mining or manufacturing jobs right here in the USA. We don't need more retail stores!!!! Sincerely, Joseph Rene Dupont RR2 99A SR 2024 Towanda, pa 18848 570 268 4178 joedupontJUNO.COM
7 Feb 2010
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This is all green screen, not real, totaly fake video i got from an email. that was for all you deer huggers(no offence)
29 Mar 2008
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A new look for the AlternativeEnergy.Com/edy Show!!! Host Chuck Roy welcomes friend and fellow Last Comic Standing “Loser” Chris Voth (www.chrisvoth****). Chis is a modern day wind famer, though from this set it’s obvious he need the updated wind farming information provided by our sponsor www.AlternativeEnergy****. Stay tuned to the end as Chris Voth says one of the most offensive Tree Hugger jokes ever! See more clips at www.AlernativeEnergy.Com/edy. Distributed by Tubemogul.
19 May 2008
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*******www.reachd**** - There is a huge trend to going green in business. I'm not a big tree hugger but it feels nice to do my part. If you are going green are you promoting that to your customers?
19 Jul 2008
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The Green Microgym in Portland, Oregon will become the first gym in the country to harness human energy from fitness bikes and convert it to electricity. Specially built motors hooked up to spin bikes will convert energy created by people exercising on the “eco bikes” into 200- 600 watts an hour of electricity, which is then stored in a special battery bank. The electricity in the battery bank is then used to power equipment, like the gym's energy efficient treadmills, which use 30 percent less power than standard machines. The Green Microgym's owner, Adam Boesel, expects that the amount of power generated will be modest at first, but hopes that the gym will eventually run fully on the energy it generates for itself. Meanwhile, the gym is going green in other ways, by turning lights and fans over equipment off when they are not in use, installing flooring made from recycled tires in the main gym floor and cork in the yoga room, solar power awnings, low flow toilets, and no showers to cut out water heating costs. It's all part of Boesel's plan to eventually achieve “a net zero usage” carbon footprint. If the Green Microgym is successful... and odds are that plenty of people will sign up for the gym's 30 dollar a month membership fee in a town full of tree huggers like Portland... then don't be surprised to see similar facilities pop up all over the country. As if you needed another reason to feel guilty about not going to the gym. I'm Elizabeth Chambers. Check back here for more eco friendly news and tips, right here on LivingGreenChannel.Com.
11 Nov 2008
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