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In Arizona in the late 1800's, infamous outlaw Ben Wade (Russel Crowe) and his vicious gang of thieves and murderers have plagued the Southern Railroad. When Wade is captured, Civil War veteran Dan Evans (Christian Bale), struggling to survive on his drought-plagued ranch, volunteers to deliver him alive to the "3:10 to Yuma", a train that will take the killer to trial. On the trail, Evans and Wade, each from very different worlds, begin to earn each other's respect. But with Wade's outfit on their trail -- and dangers at every turn -- the mission soon becomes a violent, impossible journey toward each man's destiny. In theaters October 5th.
19 Jun 2007
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Modern day outlaws perform crazy tricks that put their lives on the line. Wheelies, endos, burnouts, jumps, and crashes!
28 Jun 2007
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A small-time rancher agrees to hold a captured outlaw who's awaiting a train to go to court in Yuma. A battle of wills ensues as the outlaw tries to psych out the rancher.
12 Jul 2007
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yikes, this should be outlawed
2 Aug 2007
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The one of most funniest football..... While it is widely believed that the word "football" (or "foot ball") originated in reference to the action of a foot kicking a ball, there is a rival explanation, which has it that football originally referred to a variety of games in medieval Europe, which were played on foot.[1] These games were usually played by peasants, as opposed to the horse-riding sports often played by aristocrats. While there is no conclusive evidence for this explanation, the word football has always implied a variety of games played on foot, not just those that involved kicking a ball. In some cases, the word football has even been applied to games which have specifically outlawed kicking the ball
22 Aug 2007
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In Arizona in the late 1800's, infamous outlaw Ben Wade (Russel Crowe) and his vicious gang of thieves and murderers have plagued the Southern Railroad. When Wade is captured, Civil War veteran Dan Evans (Christian Bale), struggling to survive on his drought-plagued ranch, volunteers to deliver him alive to the "3:10 to Yuma", a train that will take the killer to trial. On the trail, Evans and Wade, each from very different worlds, begin to earn each other's respect. But with Wade's outfit on their trail -- and dangers at every turn -- the mission soon becomes a violent, impossible journey toward each man's destiny. In theaters September 7th.
5 Sep 2007
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Ambassadors of Rock in New York Features Willie Nelson & Friends, Including Hosts Woody Harrelson and Daryl Hannah Event to Launch The Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance Hard Rock International is bringing its global Ambassadors of Rock Tour to the "crossroads of the world" with an "outlaw country" twist. Known for his amazing string of hits, legendary artist Willie Nelson and friends will bring an unforgettable night of music to Hard Rock Cafe New York in Times Square on Monday, September 10, 2007. Dedicated to its "Save the Planet" motto, Hard Rock's Ambassadors of Rock in New York will also act as the official launch of the Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance, a non-profit organization founded by Willie's wife Annie Nelson, biodiesel advocate Daryl Hannah and members of the sustainable biodiesel community, to promote sustainable biodiesel practices, including the harvesting, production and distribution of biodiesel fuels. Hard Rock's September 10th event will make every effort to be eco-friendly, and "do the right thing," including an offering of food from family farms, using recycled materials for invitations and marketing materials, and more. The exclusive V.I.P. event, benefiting the Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance, will be hosted by award-winning actors Woody Harrelson and Daryl Hannah, and will include a green carpet, featuring special appearances by several of Nelson's closest friends and family. That evening, Willie will also be joined his sons' band, 40 Points, and his daughter's band, Folk Uke, for a special live performance.
18 Sep 2007
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test ur bass outlaws! new songs at around 2:00 , 5:56 , 8:53 and 13:09
24 Sep 2007
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-[(-MDO-)]- Modern Day Outlaws Returns from the dead for Team Fortress 2, Welcome back!!
28 Sep 2007
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www.VLAZE****/indiepads Miss Derringer is a Los Angeles based rock band fronted by singer and underground artist Elizabeth McGrath and her husband/songwriter Morgan Slade. Miss Derringer is heavily influenced by American music of the late 50s and early 60s - particularly the vintage sounds of outlaw country, early 60s girl group pop. The band's lyrics deal with "honkytonk" subjects like prison, poverty, sobriety, God, death, marriage, murder, and alcohol.
7 Nov 2007
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The legendary Rekha illuminates this sumptuous saga about a courtesan's search for love and independence in 19th century colonial India. Umrao Jaan (Rekha) hungers for a life outside the lurid trappings of a high-class brothel, where she was raised and now serves. The romantic attachments she forms, first, with a nobleman, and, then, an outlaw provide her opportunities for escape, but as Umrao Jaan rudely learns, any freedom from the confines of the brothel, any shot at a meaningful life beyond, will test her heart to its limits.
16 Nov 2007
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Take Me Back to Oklahoma is a delightful western featuring the music of Tex Ritter and "The King of Western Swing" Bob Willis with the Texas Playboys. It's the prototypical western story: outlaws, beautiful lasses, and runaway stagecoaches, featuring able western actors. But it's the music that stars in Take Me Back to Oklahoma. The songs include Good Old Oklahoma, Lone Star Rag, and The Bob Willis Special. Worthy of watching for the crooning and picking alone, Take Me Back to Oklahoma is unfaltering entertainment from reel to reel.
7 Dec 2007
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Two brothers, orphaned, denied their heritage, become pirates and outlaws. When they come to reclaim their birth right they want justice and revenge. Two sisters, alone in the world, innocent and beautiful. They are left to the brothers who will claim the title of Earl. Sensual and beautiful, this epic romance is dark, alluring and fulfilling. By Cheryl Holt. www.cherylholt****
8 Jan 2008
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Chris dons a suit and goes door to door posing as someone from Town Hall who is trying to outlaw door to door salesmen.
9 Feb 2009
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Master Wang Zhi Hai performing Mi Zong quan,also known as 'Yan Qing quan 'named after Yan Qing from the novel 'Outlaws of the Marsh' Mizongquan is an old style dating back to the Song Dynasty. It is characterized by abrupt changes in speed and direction, thus confusing your opponent. This is the primary goal in Mizong, to make your opponent lose his fighting direction and quickly defeat him by taking advantage of his confusion. Mizong has been very popular for a long period of Chinese history even extending beyond China's borders. Yet today Mizong is relatively rare. Part of the reason may be its name which means Lost Track. And that's not just a poetic description because Mizong is well known for its' basic strategic goal: to completely confuse an opponent.
7 Feb 2008
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Weston Vermillion demonstrating a form. San Soo is a form of Chinese martial arts. San Soo has its origins in the very basics of Chinese life two thousands years ago. These fighting tactics were begun in the Kwan-Yin (goddess of mercy) monastery in the village of Pon Hong, Guangdong Province of Southern China. It is said that the monks developed this form of martial arts to protect themselves from bandits and outlaws as they returned with supplies and donations from the nearby villages. Combinations of kicks, punches, strikes and leverages are based on scientific principles of physics. It follows no set pattern, and is easy to adapt to any given situation. Grandmaster Jimmy Woo (Chin Siu Dek) is credited with bring the art to America in the 1930's, finally opening his own studio to teach formally in 1962. San Soo is not a tournament sport, as it was developed purely as self-defense against the threat of injury or death. Typical moves during fights could include blows to the throat, upward blows to the nose, or biting. San Soo can be used effectively by smaller, weaker persons against large assailants, as its tactics do not rely on brute force. A basic premise of San Soo is that there are "no rules in a fight" and hence it is an extremely brutal form of hand-to-hand killing. The swiftness of the neutralizing of an opponent is another important aspect of San Soo, with some practitioners aiming to kill within ten seconds, using merely three blows.
27 Sep 2011
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