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Frank Fontana, Nationally Recognized Designer and Host of HGTV Design on a Dime Provides Eco-Friendly and Money Saving Tips The holidays are upon us, and after consecutive late nights of using outdoor Christmas lights, tree lights, wrapping paper and candles, its no surprise that a lot of energy and resources are consumed during the season. However, there are ways that you can set the mood for the holiday season without having to sacrifice your electricity bill and the environment.
17 Dec 2007
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Insanity Wave Late Night Shift album Recording. Something to hide making off song. The Fidelitorium Studios. NC, USA. August 2007
19 Dec 2007
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Can an idiot run is own late night TV show for Kids with out it becoming a total disaster.
21 Dec 2007
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after falling in and out of sleep while trying to study at my computer from too much late nights...i thought i would film it...just for something different...how interesting is it that my eyes roll back like that!
8 Jan 2008
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Joe S. of Brooklyn plays an original at a late night session.
10 Jan 2008
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Insanity Wave Late Night Shift album Recording. "Shine on you" song. The Fidelitorium Studios. NC, USA. August 2007
17 Jan 2008
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DadLabs Ep 254 The Lounge - The place where Dads openly discuss parental issues is featuring a new style and look! DadLabs has brought together a panel of experts and doofuses alike at the Tiniest Bar in Texas to answer a single probing question on the subject of modern parenting. In this video, we ask the question - "In your household, did you and your spouse share late night baby crying duty?" This video brought to you by sweetpeace by Graco. Watch as doctors, fighter pilots, washed up authors, husbands and wives reveal what they are really up to late at night when their baby is screaming his or her freakin' head off. You might be surprised by their answers Coming to SXSW in Austin? Make sure to join the DadLabs crew for the next taping of the Lounge on February 7th from 4-7pm at the Tiniest Bar in Texas. Register to win a Mutsy stroller.
22 Jan 2008
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kicar late night special
8 Feb 2008
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The Band "Late Night Drive" playing one of their original songs.......Myself playing the Les Paul guitar!
11 Feb 2008
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After watching late night television and seeing lots of adverts for dating phone lines, I thought there was one missing, and this is it.
13 Feb 2008
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Check Out www.getthedaily**** - Your daily Entertainment News Source. Entertainment: Today in entertainment, the writer's strike is OFFICIALLY OVER! plus controversory over the 2008 olympics and star wars returns to the big screen! Hi everyone! i'm Andrea rene for get the daily**** and you're watchign the entertainment update. Its over! Its really over! After 100 days of talk show reruns, missing episodes of favorite sitcoms, and SNL free Saturdays, the Writer's guild of America voted yesterday to lift their strike on Hollywood. It was the worst labor dispute in Tinsel Town in over 2 decades, and it isn't completely finished yet. THe members of the WGA still need to vote on the tentative contract that would give writers payments for their work streamed online plus they'll get double rates for film and tv work sold as internet downloads. And it will also extend the contract for content made specifically for the web. Many writers will be returning to work today, expect to see familiar spots on late night talk shows and daytime ones as well, but as previously reported, your favorite dramas and sitcoms won't be back until April. Academy award winning director Steven Spielberg has stepped down from his artistic advisor position for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Bejing. The legendary director of "Schindler's List" said the reason for his withdrawal is because he does not support China's policy on Darfur, a region of Sudan. China has long been accused of aiding rebels efforts to keep peacekeepers out of the war ravaged region, where thousands of civilians are being murdered or driven from their homes. Many activists are calling for China to step up to the plate and make some changes in their Sudan policies before they try to play host for the Olympics, one of the world's greatest venues for peace. So far China has given no intentions of changing their policy, and have even said they will not submit to foreign pressure. Star Wars fan listen up! Creator George Lucas has previously said there will be no more stars wars films, but he LIED! The iconic series will hit the big screen again this summer, but it will be a little different this time. Lucas has announced he will release an animated film called "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," as a precursor the new animated series set to debut this fall. Lucas said he felt like there was a lot of the story left to tell, and he wanted to do that through the art of animation. If you want to learn more about the new series and the film, you can check out web only documentaries on starwars****. For get the daily****, I'm Andrea Rene. Thanks for watching the entertainment update.
14 Feb 2008
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Late night race with great sound coming from my car. My car was having a really good day on that cool crisp 2am morning. Sponsor *******www.simplyadditions****
3 Mar 2009
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A late night cruise in Philadelphia, PA with Jon Morken, Brian Parnagian, and Nick Zegel
19 Feb 2008
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These painting are by Iman Maleki . He was born on 1976 in Tehran,Iran. Saffron is a wild flower that grows in the hills of Khorassan provence in Iran. This flower is picked by many young and old women and then cleaned and sorted before it is shipped out to the rest of the world. Iran produces %90 of the world consumption of the best quality Saffron. The music is by Late Night Alumni and is called " Empty Streets ,Remixed by Tiesto" "Use of Saffron in 90 illnesses over four millennia" "The Oxford Journal" "Saffron extract, crocin and safranal exhibited significant radical scavenging activity and thus antioxidant activity." Saffron is an all natural ancient herbal remedy and the most expensive spice on earth. For mind, body and soul! - Saffron: The most potent antioxidant and preventive herb in the world is now available in a tiny tablet. Saffron's medicinal purposes have been revolutionary, and now it is universally available and affordable. Virtues of Saffron & Traditional Uses Include: Antioxidant Better mood for the mind, body and soul Anti-depressant and relaxant Prolonging vitality Anti cancer & tumor Agent For Laughter Curing respiratory problems Stimulating circulation Insomnia Aphrodisiac for Impotency..... Natural Viagra Reduce cholesterol Treating alcoholism For hangover Treating acne and skin diseases Used in medicines that reduce inflammation For treating menstrual disorders (PMS) Take a pinch or 2 tablets a day for 6 to 8 weeks for best results. "Scientific Research on Saffron" Click Here " Health Magazine on Saffron" Click Here "Saffron Cooking Recipes" : Click here : *******tinyurl****/28lrzv Surprising Saffron : by Amy Paturel, MS, MPH : Article from: *******www.health**** There's more to these delicate strands than you'd expect. New research shows saffron can boost your mood. It's the most expensive spice on Earth, and for good reason. It takes up to 75,000 handpicked blossoms each with only 3 strands of saffron to make just 1 pound of the high-maintenance ingredient. Why bother? Not only can a few threads add intense color and bold, honey-like flavor to an otherwise drab dish, but new research also shows that saffron offers plenty of unexpected health benefits, such as alleviating depression and even preventing cancer.People who got 30 milligrams of saffron a day for 6 weeks reported the same improvement in their depression symptoms as those who received 20 milligrams of fluoxetine (a.k.a. Prozac), according to a preliminary study in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Saffron enhances the activity of (mood-boosting) neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine and dopamine, says Shahin Akhondzadeh-Basti, a clinical neuropsychopharmacology professor at Roozbeh Psychiatric Hospital in Tehran, Iran, the oldest academic psychiatric hospital in the Middle East.And in another recent study published in Cancer Detection and Prevention, researchers touted saffron's antitumor and cancer-preventive benefits. The spice is rich in antioxidants such as crocin, a carotenoid that helps prevent the spread and growth of cancer.If you've never given saffron a shot because it's expensive ($8 to $12 per gram) or you don't know how to use it, then it's time to rethink this potent spice. For best results, opt for saffron threads rather than powder (powdered saffron can taste medicinal and may be diluted with cheaper s**ces like turmeric). Store it in a cool, dark place or in your freezer for up to 2 years. Toast the threads in a dry pan for a few seconds, or rub them between your hands to release saffron's aroma and oils before steeping them in hot water, advises Joyce Goldstein, a food consultant and cookbook author of Saffron Shores (Chronicle Books, 2002).For every teaspoon of saffron in a recipe, add 5 teaspoons of liquid and soak for 20 minutes. If your dish includes broth or wine, pour a little of it over the saffron before making the recipe. And to make the most of your saffron, try the following simple ideas. (For more ideas and recipes, check out our sister publication's Web site,CookingLight****.) Add a few threads to fish soup, chowders, bouillabaisse, or stews when you begin cooking them. Steam mussels with saffron and orange peels. Stir a few threads (about ¼ teaspoon) saffron into boiling water when making pasta or risotto. "Saffron Cooking Recipes" : Click here - SEE BAHRAMERAD'S WEBLOG
8 Apr 2008
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Saffron is a wild flower that grows in the hills of Khorassan provence in Iran. This flower is picked by many young and old women and then cleaned and sorted before it is shipped out to the rest of the world. Iran produces %90 of the world consumption of the best quality Saffron. The music is by Late Night Alumni and is called " Empty Streets "These painting are by Iman Maleki . He was born on 1976 in Tehran,Iran. "Saffron extract, crocin and safranal exhibited significant radical scavenging activity and thus antioxidant activity." Saffron is an all natural ancient herbal remedy and the most expensive spice on earth. For mind, body and soul! - Saffron: The most potent antioxidant and preventive herb in the world is now available in a tiny tablet. Saffron's medicinal purposes have been revolutionary, and now it is universally available and affordable. Virtues of Saffron & Traditional Uses Include: Antioxidant Better mood for the mind, body and soul Anti-depressant and relaxant Prolonging vitality Anti cancer & tumor Agent For Laughter Curing respiratory problems Stimulating circulation Insomnia Aphrodisiac for Impotency..... Natural Viagra Reduce cholesterol Treating alcoholism For hangover Treating acne and skin diseases Used in medicines that reduce inflammation For treating menstrual disorders (PMS) Take a pinch or 2 tablets a day for 6 to 8 weeks for best results. "Saffron Cooking Recipes" : *******tinyurl****/28lrzv Surprising Saffron :*******www.health**** There's more to these delicate strands than you'd expect. New research shows saffron can boost your mood. It's the most expensive spice on Earth, and for good reason. It takes up to 75,000 handpicked blossoms each with only 3 strands of saffron to make just 1 pound of the high-maintenance ingredient. Why bother? Not only can a few threads add intense color and bold, honey-like flavor to an otherwise drab dish, but new research also shows that saffron offers plenty of unexpected health benefits, such as alleviating depression and even preventing cancer.People who got 30 milligrams of saffron a day for 6 weeks reported the same improvement in their depression symptoms as those who received 20 milligrams of fluoxetine (a.k.a. Prozac), according to a preliminary study in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Saffron enhances the activity of (mood-boosting) neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine and dopamine, says Shahin Akhondzadeh-Basti, a clinical neuropsychopharmacology professor at Roozbeh Psychiatric Hospital in Tehran, Iran, the oldest academic psychiatric hospital in the Middle East.And in another recent study published in Cancer Detection and Prevention, researchers touted saffron's antitumor and cancer-preventive benefits. The spice is rich in antioxidants such as crocin, a carotenoid that helps prevent the spread and growth of cancer.If you've never given saffron a shot because it's expensive ($8 to $12 per gram) or you don't know how to use it, then it's time to rethink this potent spice. For best results, opt for saffron threads rather than powder (powdered saffron can taste medicinal and may be diluted with cheaper s**ces like turmeric). Store it in a cool, dark place or in your freezer for up to 2 years. Toast the threads in a dry pan for a few seconds, or rub them between your hands to release saffron's aroma and oils before steeping them in hot water, advises Joyce Goldstein, a food consultant and cookbook author of Saffron Shores (Chronicle Books, 2002).For every teaspoon of saffron in a recipe, add 5 teaspoons of liquid and soak for 20 minutes. If your dish includes broth or wine, pour a little of it over the saffron before making the recipe. And to make the most of your saffron, try the following simple ideas.www.CookingLight**** Add a few threads to fish soup, chowders, bouillabaisse, or stews when you begin cooking them.Steam mussels with saffron and orange peels.Stir a few threads (about ¼ teaspoon) saffron into boiling water when making pasta or risotto.SEE BAHRAMERAD'S WEBLOG
22 Jun 2009
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Host (David Beeler) welcomes to the studio Sir Reginald Bo-Hey Know (Tom Konkle) to talk about his book The Cartographers. Written by Tom and Dave Pith-e Productions The first self-produced series of Invention has gotten hundreds of thousands of views, its own fan following worldwide including a fan Myspace page dedicated to the show and Twitter page with articles on NewTeeVee**** and Tubefilter.Tv about the show THE CHARACTERS: Host Brian Forbes (David Beeler) must each week welcome back eccentric inventor and author, Sir Reginald Bo-Hey No (Tom Konkle) who is always his guest and they riff in a short, funny sketch in the chat show format. It is a funny “Art Bell,” show like AM Coast to Coast a late night science/conspiracy show. The series has even been singled out by a serious UK television show as the comic relief on the show’s own webpage. Season 1: After a several episodes of very strange and funny interviews with Sir Reginald about his worthless inventions, Brian becomes increasingly hostile after being accommodating as he realizes he is physically trapped in this talk show with Reginald, literally walking from one side of the frame only to reappear on the other side of the frame again. They must eventually use their own ingenuity to escape, while continuing to do a chat show. What will happen when they get out into the “real” world again? Will they miss each other? Or has Brian simply been driven mad by the eccentric scientist and it’s all in his head…. Reviews of Dave and Tom: BACKSTAGE WEST
- Polly Warfield These two are worthy successors to the comedy mantles of the greats, Dudley Moore and Peter Cook. Wittily penned and performed by David Beeler and Tom Konkle, crisply directed by Michael Neill, this night-blooming nosegay of skits and sketches pays proper homage to the kookily cerebral art of (late) Dudley Moore and Peter Cook. Beeler, who could well be cast as an eager young prelate just out of the seminary, is here cast as Moore. Konkle, with the mien of a solid citizen—businessman or loony--could be Cook. They are well paired and well contrasted, and what we have here, as we had there, is la creme de la creme of comedy. LA WEEKLY – Paul Birchall …writer-performers David Beeler and Tom Konkle capture the geniality and goofiness of the late, great masters of the "twitty old bean" style of English comedy. For, in this collection of gleeful and quick-witted skits, Beeler and Konkle pay homage to the buddy comedy of their predecessors…. Comedy Videos Online – Julianne Flystra But willing suspension of disbelief isn’t too hard to do here, because these fictitious Brits run through sketch after sketch without losing any steam where anything is possible and everything is gut-bustingly funny… Beeler and Konkle’s chemistry make “Invention” a treat to watch. They build off each other’s wild gestures, energy and antics as if they’ve known each other all their lives, even though they met in 1999. Dave and Tom The Sketches - Viral Video Show on Veoh**** The wide range of sketches require Beeler and Konkle to play characters who are polar opposites of each man’s previous part, yet the duo pull it off with ease. Summary: The internet series “Invention with Brian Forbes” is short, fast, funny and cheap to produce series with recurring characters and a great potential for endless, funny flights of fancy that work on all the new media platforms. Written, performed and produced by Tom Konkle and David Beeler this is a “turn key” production that’s ready to go. Host (David Beeler) welcomes to the studio Sir Reginald Bo-Hey Know (Tom Konkle) to talk about his book The Cartographers. Written by Tom and Dave Pith-e Productions
3 Jan 2010
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