Point of View of El Toro Roller Coaster at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey. This coaster has one of the steepest drops ever (76 degrees) and some of the best airtime as compared to other coasters. You literally get ejected from your seat. The first drop is 181 feet tall.
Point of View Texas Cyclone Roller Coaster at Six Flags Astroworld in Houston, TX. This was shot one day before the park closed its doors forever. Mirror image of the Coney Island cyclone but much bigger. Was one of the top roller coasters of the world when it opened in the 70's. sixflagshouston****. Click on my name to see other great POV coaster videos.
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In our continuing effort to present all points of view today we look at the presidential campaign through the eyes of Phil Johnsonâs cats. Take a look. [ PG-13 TV-PG Language ]
Driving a London Train - Driver's Seat Point of View
Khaled Hosseini on writing from the female point of view
jacks point of view on them going in
A Muslim Point of View By Dr.Zakir
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A funny perspective from a guy using the world's best point of view video camera. They are HD sunglasses. I don't want to spoil the surprise. Just take a look and see what this guy is looking at.
What started as a doctor visit for severe headache turned into an alarming diagnosis of brain tumor. Within seven months, she went through two brain surgeries…
A poignantly written and eye-opening journal, Brain Surgery And Recovery From A Patient’s Point of View follows Beecham’s enduring events leading to, including, and after both surgeries. Through vivid narration, she relives the dim journey she was forced to face. Throughout, she profoundly provides guidelines, warnings, and counseling to brain surgery patients and their families.
An inspirational true story about survivability, determination, resilience and persistence of living through not just one, this book is designed to help brain surgery patients and the people around them get through such upsetting stage as effortless and painless as possible.
Ms. Beecham was having severe headaches and went to several doctors and a Neurologist. The Neurologist discovered she had a brain tumor. The tumor was diagnosed after being involved in two automobile accidents in one day. Ms. Beecham had brain surgery immediately and seven months later she had the second brain surgery. The point Ms. Beecham wants to make to anyone. experiencing headaches, go to see a doctor, don’t put off anything that seems strange or unusual to you. You know your body better than anyone else.
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This time it is about the plane that crased in the Pentagon.
Seeing things differently. It's only when you see the whole picture you know what's going on...
Nice music , roads and very fast speed do you need something more?
A Unique view from inside a tank.