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After selling his first internet startup Andrew headed out west to LA. Once he got there he wanted to have a little fun because until then "his life had been 100% work". However the fun only lasts so long and soon Andrew found himself longing to be back in the mix. So he started throwing parties that eventually became known as Mixergy. It was his way of meeting the doers. Nowadays you know you are part of the LA tech scene if you find yourself inside a Mixergy party. Andrew's next ambition is to find his way onto the covers of one of our backdrop magazines. Andrew's convinced that if you help him visualize it he can do it. This episode also includes a possible first look into a new Mixergy event so check it out.
19 Dec 2008
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*******www.opensports**** Sid Rosenberg gives you all the quick-hitting info you need for the big matchup out west between the Blazers and the Jazz.
16 Dec 2008
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*******www.opensports**** Sid Rosenberg thinks the trip out west will be too much for the Hurricanes and he expects the Golden Bears of Cal to come out on top in the Emerald Bowl.
30 Dec 2008
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Live in the Northern states or out West? In need of green tropical color. Tyty nursery has palms trees that will grow in cold climates. Visit *******www.tytyga**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
27 May 2009
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Way out west, lies Germanys most infamous circuit. The Nurburgring!Modernized and 5.1 kilometers long a place of pilgrimage for generations of motor-racing fans. Right from the start, the drivers go on the attack as overtaking chances are otherwise thin on the ground. Its down from almost three hundred to ninety kilometers an hour through the Castrol S. Take a ride out of the drivers' perspective!
5 Jul 2009
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Aero-TV Conducts Its Annual Three Question Survey Of COPA Members Opinions! We love them... especially when they come from folks with something interesting to say! Aero-TV engaged in one of its favorite exercises during the 2009 Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association's Annual Convention -- that of surveying a dozen or so people at an event with three questions targeted toward the interest group that we're visiting. So, we came up with three good question for the thousands of folks who populated this year's convention... starting with one pretty good conversation starter, namely, what do you think of Cirrus Chairman Alan Klapmeier's announcement of his intent to buy out the SF50 Vision program? The other two questions will address current legal issues facing GA and the way that flyers are dealing with the escalating costs and complexities of GA in a down economy. We look forward to asking similar questions of the Columbia/Corvalis community in a few weeks at their annual meeting out West... The annual COPA Migration is obviously THE biggest event of the year for Cirrus pilots. In late June of 2009, hundreds of Cirrus aircraft flew in from all over the country (and beyond) to return to the "nest" to take advantage of an extensive and varied roster of activities for the pilots AND their families. Migration events include a number of unique and highly-anticipated evening social events, numerous seminars and presentations, and an extensive trade exhibition. The Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association (COPA) is a not-for profit membership organization established to educate, promote the safety of and support the owners and pilots of certified aircraft manufactured by Cirrus Design Corporation, encourage ownership of these aircraft and provide social activities for its members. Additionally, COPA will promote goodwill towards the general aviation community. Founded in 2001, with over 2800 members worldwide, COPA is a volunteer-run organization completely independent of Cirrus Design Corp. Open to all interested individuals. Dues are $65 per year, which includes a subscription to Cirrus Pilot magazine, access to the COPA members website and forums, and eligibility to attend other COPA events and activities (additional fees apply to some activities). Particularly notable are the online forums run by COPA. Aero-TV Checks Out The Cirrus Community's Take On Possible Changes In SF50 Management FMI: www.thevisionjet****, www.cirruspilots****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
13 Jul 2009
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Aero-TV Conducts Its Annual Three Question Survey Of COPA Members (Part 2) Opinions! We love them... especially when they come from folks with something interesting to say! Aero-TV engaged in one of its favorite exercises during the 2009 Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association's Annual Convention -- that of surveying a dozen or so people at an event with three questions targeted toward the interest group that we're visiting. So, we came up with three good question for the thousands of folks who populated this year's convention... we started with a pretty good conversation starter, namely, what do you think of Cirrus Chairman Alan Klapmeier's announcement of his intent to buy out the SF50 Vision program? The second of the three questions has been the source of no small amount of controversy in the Cirrus community (as well as the rest of GA), namely... is the legal system dealing a fair hand to aviation? In the light of a recent judgement against Cirrus after a VFR pilot blundered into IFR conditions (an accident labeled as pilot error by the NTSB), one wonders how aviation can survive in the face of such ridiculous decisions. Our final question will address the complexities of GA in a down economy. We look forward to asking similar questions of the Columbia/Corvalis community in a few weeks at their annual meeting out West... The annual COPA Migration is obviously THE biggest event of the year for Cirrus pilots. In late June of 2009, hundreds of Cirrus aircraft flew in from all over the country (and beyond) to return to the "nest" to take advantage of an extensive and varied roster of activities for the pilots AND their families. Migration events include a number of unique and highly-anticipated evening social events, numerous seminars and presentations, and an extensive trade exhibition. The Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association (COPA) is a not-for profit membership organization established to educate, promote the safety of and support the owners and pilots of certified aircraft manufactured by Cirrus Design Corporation, encourage ownership of these aircraft and provide social activities for its members. Additionally, COPA will promote goodwill towards the general aviation community. Founded in 2001, with over 2800 members worldwide, COPA is a volunteer-run organization completely independent of Cirrus Design Corp. Open to all interested individuals. Dues are $65 per year, which includes a subscription to Cirrus Pilot magazine, access to the COPA members website and forums, and eligibility to attend other COPA events and activities (additional fees apply to some activities). Particularly notable are the online forums run by COPA. Aero-TV Checks Out The Cirrus Community's Opinion On How The Legal System Affects Aviation (Part 2) FMI: www.thevisionjet****, www.cirruspilots****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
14 Jul 2009
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"Om det är någonting som rockhistorien lärt oss så är det att man skall vara sig själv, och vara stolt över den man är. Man skall inte önska att man vore någon annan, eller att man vore från ett annat land eller tid. Vi är de som andra kan önska att de vore. Vi är den gyllene eran" - Henrik Berggren, Broder Daniel Få rockband har ens varit i närheten av den ställning BRODER DANIEL haft i Sverige. Vare sig de möttes av kärlek eller förakt fortsatte de att brinna med en glöd som slutligen inte ens den mest hårdnackade kritiker kunde bortse från. Men trots framgångarna fick de ständigt kämpa för att få vara sig själva, för att få vara annorlunda. BRODER DANIEL FOREVER följer bandets medlemmar när de återförenas och repeterar under två känsloladdade månader sommaren 2008. Två månader som kulminerar med avskedsspelningen på Way Out West-festivalen i Göteborg inför tiotusentals gråtande fans. BRODER DANIEL FOREVER är ett närgånget porträtt som likt musiken blandar det vackra med det vemodiga. Det är bandets egna ord och farväl fångade av filmarna Kristian Bengtsson, Fredrik Wenzel och Henrik Hellström. Filmen spelas i Stockholm och Göteborg och en turnékopia ger sig ut i landet med start i Malmö 3 juli.
14 Jul 2009
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Aero-TV Conducts Its Annual Three Question Survey Of COPA Members (Part 3) Opinions! We love them... especially when they come from folks with something interesting to say! Aero-TV engaged in one of its favorite exercises during the 2009 Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association's Annual Convention -- that of surveying a dozen or so people at an event with three questions targeted toward the interest group that we're visiting. So, we came up with three good question for the thousands of folks who populated this year's convention... we started with a pretty good conversation starter, namely, what do you think of Cirrus Chairman Alan Klapmeier's announcement of his intent to buy out the SF50 Vision program? The second of the three questions dealt with the source of no small amount of controversy in the Cirrus community (as well as the rest of GA), namely... is the legal system dealing a fair hand to aviation? In the light of a recent judgement against Cirrus after a VFR pilot blundered into IFR conditions (an accident labeled as pilot error by the NTSB), one wonders how aviation can survive in the face of such ridiculous decisions. Our final question addresses the complexities of GA in a down economy. In other words... with all the (expletives deleted) surrounding us these days, how are you making out and what are you doing to survive? We look forward to asking similar questions of the Columbia/Corvalis community in a few weeks at their annual meeting out West... The annual COPA Migration is obviously THE biggest event of the year for Cirrus pilots. In late June of 2009, hundreds of Cirrus aircraft flew in from all over the country (and beyond) to return to the "nest" to take advantage of an extensive and varied roster of activities for the pilots AND their families. Migration events include a number of unique and highly-anticipated evening social events, numerous seminars and presentations, and an extensive trade exhibition. The Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association (COPA) is a not-for profit membership organization established to educate, promote the safety of and support the owners and pilots of certified aircraft manufactured by Cirrus Design Corporation, encourage ownership of these aircraft and provide social activities for its members. Additionally, COPA will promote goodwill towards the general aviation community. Founded in 2001, with over 2800 members worldwide, COPA is a volunteer-run organization completely independent of Cirrus Design Corp. Open to all interested individuals. Dues are $65 per year, which includes a subscription to Cirrus Pilot magazine, access to the COPA members website and forums, and eligibility to attend other COPA events and activities (additional fees apply to some activities). Particularly notable are the online forums run by COPA. Aero-TV Checks Out How Flyers Are Weathering These Tough Times (Part 3) FMI: www.thevisionjet****, www.cirruspilots****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
15 Jul 2009
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Right from its virtuoso opening – an extended remodelling of the traditional Western shoot-out – Leone’s milestone movie draws on familiar genre motifs, and tests their mythical aspirations against tawdry historical reality. Blending an elliptical vengeance drama (with Bronson as a nameless hunter), a perverse variation on the parable of civilisation brought to the wilderness (Cardinale as whoring earth mother), and a laconic commentary on the mores of a changing world (courtesy of Robards’ wry outlaw), the film nods to classics like The Iron Horse and Johnny Guitar in focusing on the building of a railroad out west – facilitated by a sadistic gunman improbably but brilliantly played by Henry Fonda. Co-scripted by Dario Argento and Bernardo Bertolucci, the film’s at once elegiac, ironic, subversive and supremely cinematic, and this restoration highlights the joy Leone took in sound (especially Morricone’s score) and image (Tonino Delli Colli laying out Monument Valley in ’Scope). Magnificent. – Geoff Andrew
10 Mar 2010
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Right from its virtuoso opening – an extended remodelling of the traditional Western shoot-out – Leone’s milestone movie draws on familiar genre motifs, and tests their mythical aspirations against tawdry historical reality. Blending an elliptical vengeance drama (with Bronson as a nameless hunter), a perverse variation on the parable of civilisation brought to the wilderness (Cardinale as whoring earth mother), and a laconic commentary on the mores of a changing world (courtesy of Robards’ wry outlaw), the film nods to classics like The Iron Horse and Johnny Guitar in focusing on the building of a railroad out west – facilitated by a sadistic gunman improbably but brilliantly played by Henry Fonda. Co-scripted by Dario Argento and Bernardo Bertolucci, the film’s at once elegiac, ironic, subversive and supremely cinematic, and this restoration highlights the joy Leone took in sound (especially Morricone’s score) and image (Tonino Delli Colli laying out Monument Valley in ’Scope). Magnificent. – Geoff Andrew
18 Sep 2009
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*whispers* Thanks for the winks: *******www.youtube****/doomdude1234 *******www.youtube****/miichael1217 Info unrelated to this video: My band is going on tour out west. See if we're coming to your town. *******www.driftlessponyclub**** (some shows are 21 and up)
24 Sep 2009
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*******www.ampmoutdoors**** - AM:PM Outdoors season preview takes a look at our hunting and fishing adventures here in Wisconsin and out West. See us chase deer, turkey, black bear, pronghorn, elk, and more. Visit our website for more, thanks!
25 Sep 2009
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*******FreeMoviesFactory**** Marian and her husband Seth have set out west where they plan to start a family and open an apothecary."watch movies that are still in theaters for free","free movie site","watch free movies still in theatres",new free movies
3 Oct 2009
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*******www.ampmoutdoors**** - AM:PM Outdoors preview part 2 takes you out west to enjoy some Pronghorn and Arizona Elk hunting adventures. Plus see some amazing New Zealand Stag footage. Check out our website for more now. *******www.ampmoutdoors****
8 Oct 2009
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*******tvly****/vfski Family Ski Resort Trips: How to Plan Western Family Ski Vacations Planning to take the whole family skiing out West? Here are some great resort choices and some good advice to help you plan and get organized, from Travelocity's Senior Editor, Genevieve Brown. Keywords: ski trip family ski resorts how to plan a family ski vacation family ski vacations
13 Dec 2009
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