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The clip Fred's First Day At New Position from The Flintstones (1994) with Elizabeth Perkins, John Goodman Good morning, Mr. Vice President. Good morning, Mrs. Vice President. Oh, Dino! Oh, Dino, no! Aaah! Hey! Mmm! Atta baby! Heh heh heh. Ohh. Good boy, Dino. Well, how do I look? Daddy pretty. It's perfect! Yeah. Snazzy. What am I gonna call you now? Boss? Chief? No, a simple "Your Highness" will do. No, Barn, I'm not gonna be one of these guys that makes it and then forgets where he came from. The first thing I'm gonna do is get everyone in the quarry some vacation time. And maybe a health plan with free foot care. I'd settle for them little packets of ketchup for the lunch room. I'm only one man. Not from the back.
16 Nov 2011
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The clip Fred's First Day At New Position Part 2 from The Flintstones (1994) with John Goodman, Rick Moranis Hey, hey. Well, I guess this is it, Mr. Flintstone. Go get 'em, big guy. Hey, Barn. Yeah, Fred? Could you spot me a couple bucks for lunch? You're right, Fred. Nothing's changed. Welcome aboard, Flintstone! We're glad you're here. Nice suit! You know, Fred, any gravel brain... can shovel rock down in the quarry, but up here... Do you know what we do up here? Me and the guys have always wondered. We interface, Flintstone. We strategize, analyze, conceptualize, prioritize... When do we eat? Fred, until this moment I wasn't sure we'd picked the right man. Now I'm certain. Fred Flintstone, you've arrived. This is my office? That's right. This is my chair? Mm-hmm. Not to throw too much at you on your first day, but this big thing here is your desk. My desk? Watch out for your fingers in the drawers. Am I interrupting?
16 Nov 2011
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The clip Fred's First Day At New Position Part 3 from The Flintstones (1994) with Kyle MacLachlan, John Goodman Not at all. Fred, I'd like you to meet your new secretary, Miss Sharon Stone. My secretary? Personal secretary, Mr. Flintstone. That is, of course, if you want me. Great. Well, I'm sure the two of you would like to get... better acquainted. Mr. Flintstone, I'd like you to know... that I enjoy working long hours, late nights, even weekends. So feel free to use me... however you see fit. Now, can I get you anything? Coffee? Sure. How would you like it? In a cup? Bold choice, Mr. Flintstone! You'll go far in this company. Take a memo. Cliff, let's play golf. We can prioritize, conceptualize and, uh... tenderize.
16 Nov 2011
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The clip Fred's First Day At New Position Part 4 from The Flintstones (1994) with John Goodman, Harvey Korman Executively yours, Fred Fli... Aaaaah! Are there six or seven "I"s in "Fli... Aaah"? Who said that? It was I, your dictabird. Dicta-what? Dictabird. Read my beak. "Cliff, let's play golf. Wow. Wow! Mr. Flintstone, I'd like to warn you that management positions... are fraught with peril. Whenever you find yourself in a befuddled state, I urge you to avail yourself... of my experience and sage advice. Oh, really? Listen, birdie, let's get the pecking order straight here. Hmm. I don't need any help from you. I'm Vice President of... Of, uh... Industrial procurement. How about that? Excuse me. Hey, guys! Guess what I am! Vice President of Industrial Procurement! Oy! Whew.
16 Nov 2011
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The clip Leroy's New Position from Which Way Is Up? (1977)
17 Nov 2011
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The clip Leroy's New Position Part 2 from Which Way Is Up? (1977)
17 Nov 2011
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The clip Linden explained his new position from Slap Shot 2 Breaking the Ice (2002) You backstabbing son of a bitch. Take it easy? You hire another coach and don't have the fucking balls to tell me? Maybe I can explain. Who the hell is this? Rick Cooper. I represent Richmond Claremont and the new league. Yeah? You better start talking, dickhead. That's funny. Hockey players are funny. Sean Linden, played 1984 through '87 for Boston University. Let's see. All-American twice. Led the nation in scoring in junior year and led your team to a national title. What the hell is this? Third pick in the '88 draft to Boston. Second in rookie-of-the-year voting. Second year you were an all-star. Hockey Weekly billed you as the next Gordie Howe. So what? Then the numerous on and off-ice infractions. Eight suspensions for fighting. Six arrests for drunken driving, drunk and disorderly. Numerous gambling infractions and - how shall I put this? one public sexual incident with the lead of Visions On Ice. All climaxing with a suspension for the suspected organising of the throwing of game seven in the '92 play-offs. Who is this fuckin' guy? What is this? A fuckin' biography? The bottom line is, your past is an issue for the new league. So much so that your contract was almost terminated. Mr Fox convinced us that if you moved to a less visible role, you could still be useful. A less visible role. I'm sorry, Sean. It's a done deal. That's it? After all these years, that's it, I'm out. Just like that. I'm afraid so. But look at the bright side. You still get to play hockey every day, and you still get paid to do it.
18 Nov 2011
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The clip Fred's First Day At New Position Part 3 from The Flintstones (1994) with Kyle MacLachlan, John Goodman Not at all. Fred, I'd like you to meet your new secretary, Miss Sharon Stone. My secretary? Personal secretary, Mr. Flintstone. That is, of course, if you want me. Great. Well, I'm sure the two of you would like to get... better acquainted. Mr. Flintstone, I'd like you to know... that I enjoy working long hours, late nights, even weekends. So feel free to use me... however you see fit. Now, can I get you anything? Coffee? Sure. How would you like it? In a cup? Bold choice, Mr. Flintstone! You'll go far in this company. Take a memo. Cliff, let's play golf. We can prioritize, conceptualize and, uh... tenderize.
16 Feb 2012
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The clip Leroy's New Position Part 2 from Which Way Is Up? (1977)
17 Feb 2012
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This is the follow up to my A-Team parody of the original cast. This time we have the TNG cast placed in the roles of the original love boat crew (slightly tweaked) with a few new positions to include the whole cast.
26 Jun 2008
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We may hold old, limiting beliefs that keep us from allowing new, positive changes. This basic EFT session will get you started on releasing those blocks. As you tap, be aware of other "possibly core issues" that arise and tap for those!
22 Oct 2008
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28 Nov 2008
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This video can change your life. Most people express their feelings and emotions in rather unconscious ways. Their emotions are limited to only few - and most of them are not so positive. Human emotions and the varieties of expressions are numerous - this fact can change your life if you pay attention. Our health and well-beings as well as our state of mind are influenced by the habitual expressions of our emotions. Not only we use limited number of emotions - we take it for granted that what work with one person must work with another - and what works in one situation must work under other situations. We tend not to change our emotions - we choose to intensify them in order to seek total control and manipulation. We express certain emotions claiming it is our rights to do so - probably remember it from other people, friends, movies, or some rivals. We tend to use negative emotions as the way to get what we want - by holding our mind a hostage. And when people refuse to comply, we keep stepping up those negative emotions. If you can consciously make a choice of expressing some new positive emotions and feelings 10-20 % of the times, I can guarantee your major changes in your life. People will be surprised and they will be happier when you are around. But first we may want to be conscious about our choices of emotions - the one we will use when dealing with other people. We need to strengthen our positive emotions - by using them more often. We can weaken our negative emotions by making less use of them - and with lower intensity. If we keep using any emotion - with more intensity and frequency- it will create the more direct pathway to our character and personality. We must consciously create the pathway for our positive feelings and emotions - by using them more often and with more intensity. Some people make mistakes when they express mild discontent and disappointment all the times. They express little contention and appreciation about life and what they get. In the long run, they have created many small pathways for their character and personality to be influenced by these negativity. We need to use more of positive emotions - and use them for the good, great, and wonderful purposes - to promote our health and well-being, and to attract the wonderful things to our life.
10 Dec 2008
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A dorian second mode of G major scale. used in funk and santana and jazz. It's all the same notes as the G major scale but with the second degree as the tonal center or root. typical dorian type progression has its I chord as a minor chord and it's IV as a dominant 7 chord (such as Amin7 to D7 or D9) It's also all the same notes a D mixolydian, so this new shape could be a new position of the mixolydian from my other video. obviously there's a lot of theory behind it, so when all else fails ...
5 Apr 2009
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Out in select theaters September 27th.In an incredible twist of fate, a Scottish doctor (James McAvoy) on a Ugandan medical mission becomes irreversibly entangled with one of the world's most barbaric figures: Idi Amin (Forest Whitaker). Impressed by Dr. Garrigan's brazen attitude in a moment of crisis, the newly self-appointed Ugandan President Amin hand picks him as his personal physician and closest confidante. Though Garrigan is at first flattered and fascinated by his new position, he soon awakens to Amin's savagery - and his own complicity in it. Horror and betrayal ensue as Garrigan tries to right his wrongs and escape Uganda alive.
6 Sep 2009
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This unit had its origins in the Estonian SS Legion which was first formed on the 28th of August, 1942. Wikipedia: Division - Battles at Narva In January 1944, the 20. Estnische SS-Freiwilligen-Division began formation. The majority of the troops were drawn from the 3. Estnische SS-Freiwilligen Brigade, however elements from Ost Battalions Nr. 658, also known as Pups of Rebane (="Fox") and Nr. 659, the 287.Polizei-Füsilier-Bataillon and the returned Estonian volunteers of the Finnish army unit Infantry Regiment 200 were also absorbed into the division. On 8 February 1944, the division was attached to SS-Gruppenführer Felix Steiner's III SS (Germanic) Panzer Corps, currently defending the heavily pressured Narva bridgehead. The division was to replace the remnants of the 9. and 10.Luftwaffe-Feld-Divisions, which were struggling to hold the line against a Soviet bridgehead near Siivertsi. Upon arriving at the front on 20 February, the Estonians were immediately ordered to eradicate the threatening Siivertsi Soviet bridgehead. In nine days of heavy fighting, the division had pushed the Soviets back across the river, and restored the line. The division remained stationed in the Ssivertsi sector, being engaged in heavy combat. In May, the division was pulled back and reformed as the 20. Waffen-Grenadier-Division der SS (estnische Nr.1), and the returned Narwa battalion was absorbed into the division as the reconnaissance abteilung. By that time active conscription of Estonian men into the German armed forces was well under way, in violation of the international law of war. By spring 1944, approximately 32 000 men were drafted into the German forces, with the 20. Waffen-Grenadier-Division der SS (estnische Nr.1) consisting of some 15 000 men. When Steiner ordered a withdrawal to the Tannenbergstellung on July 25, the division was deployed on the Kinderheim-höhe, the first line of defence for the new position. Over the next month, the division was engaged in heavy defensive battles on the Kinderheim and Grenadier-höhe. In mid-August, the division's 45th Estland and 46th regiments were formed into Kampfgruppe Vent and sent south to help defend the Emajogi river line, seeing heavy fighting. When Hitler authorised a full withdrawal from Estonia in mid September, all men who wished to stay to defend their homes were released from service. Many chose this offer, fighting the Soviets alongside other Estonians and then withdrawing into the forests to become the Forest Brothers. Severely weakened by this, the division was withdrawn to Neuhammer to be refitted. Vistula-Oder Offensive - Final battles Eventually, the reformed division numbered roughly 11,000 Estonians and 2,500 Germans. It was returned to the line in late February, just in time for the Soviet Vistula-Oder Offensive. This offensive forced the German forces back behind the Oder and Neisse rivers. The division was pushed back to the Neisse, taking heavy casualties. The division was then trapped with the XI. Armeekorps in the Oberglogau - Falkenberg - Friedberg area. On 17 March, the division launched a major escape attempt, but despite making headway, the attempt failed. On 19 March, the division tried again, this time succeeding but leaving all heavy weapons and equipment behind in the pocket. In April 1945, the shattered remnants of the division were moved south to the area around Goldberg. After the final Soviet offensive, the division attempted to break out in the west, in order to surrender to the western Allies. After marching over the Reichenberg and Annaberg mountains, the division was encircled by Russian forces and capitulated on May 8. Some of the Estonians who had reached the western allies were handed back to the Soviets. The survivors could, at best, expect a lengthy stay in the Gulags. In contrast, some veterans of the Estonian Legion served as guards under American leadership at the Nuremberg Nazi war crimes trials. -- The Baltic Schutzmannschaft found themselves in a unique situation, they saw the Germans as liberators from Bolshevism. Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania were occupied by the Soviet Union for slightly over a year and had experienced the brutality of the Soviets hence a passionate zeal against Bolshevism. The fighting in and around Narva, Estonia was also known as the "Battle of the European SS" since it involved a great number of foreign members in the Waffen-SS.
12 Nov 2009
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