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Sheldon Gilbert of Proclivity speaks with Shop**** TV at the 2007 Shop**** Annual Summit in Las Vegas.
24 May 2008
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Justin and Jeff face the consequences of their secular proclivities.
26 Jun 2008
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Nadine and Natasha on adult children that won’t leave home, the proclivities of British women and the rice shortage sweeping the nation.
2 Jan 2009
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Ron Jessip’s homecoming at the end of the World War II was a complexity of emotions and experiences common to many ex-GI’s. A decent kid with a plethora of demons, some he brought home from the War, some of his invention, may inherent to his hometown. Early in his search for acceptance, he met a girl who, for many years had idolized him – “a school-girl crush”. She had grown into a lovely, innocent, sweet, yet knowing, young lady with a driving ambition an extraordinary proclivity to be a nurse. Norma Lee (the aspiring nurse) manages to chase many of Ron’s ‘demons’ acquired in the South Pacific. She built a bridge across the schism in Ron’s past family life that denied him solace at home. She accepted without judgment, his past societal transgressions. ‘A happy home-life’ however, was denied them. Several horrible quirks of fate forced Ron to settle for “Home” in an entirely unexpected quarter. It is well into the Epilogue that we wee these two lovers realize their secret slogan, “Love Eternal”.
18 Aug 2011
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How to build your dream train set and yet somehow appease your partner in life, who appears not only to have no interest whatsoever in your hobby but certain ethnic proclivities which makes the whole idea deliciously dangerous. Watch and learn. You see I understand...
7 Mar 2012
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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates for Nintendo DS, developed and published by Square Enix. So we've managed to liberate Crystal Chronicles from its GameCube prison, and the tyranny of having to own four Game Boy Advance systems. Instead, now you just need four copies of this game... and four DSes. Well, it's a start. You still get the kind of action-RPG gameplay established by its bridge-repairing predecessor, from racial proclivities to team-up magic attacks for massive damage. Unfortunately, this decent gameplay is beneath a layer of babytalk, trite sibling rivalry, and sometimes outright racism. Proceed at your own risk. This video review features video gameplay footage of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates for Nintendo DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
9 Jul 2013
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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F for PlayStation 3 developed and published by Sega. Music games happened some time ago, led by Konami and Harmonix and the like... and that particular genre's lain fallow for some time now. Into the void steps Hatsune Miku, Japan's most popular vocalist who doesn't exist. She's just a computer program, twisted and adapted by the particular tastes and proclivities of amateur musical producers. With 40 tracks spanning from soul to techno, and the rest of the Vocaloid family as supporting characters, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F provides not only a rhythm/music revival but an extensively detailed edit suite. (Useful if you need a respite from the rather extreme difficulty of the main game.) This video review features video gameplay footage of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F for PS3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
4 Sep 2013
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In the typical Indian merchant class proclivity for cornerstores, Amrit & Chandan Topiwala purchased the longstanding Whip In Convenience Store in 1986. With gas pumps and b-rated movie rentals behind the counter, the family vended to the heart’s content of the Travis Heights neighborhood. When beer sales overtook gas sales, the pumps were pulled in favor of the better renewable resource of sudsiness. The family expanded the beer selection enough to become a mecca of interest throughout Texas and beyond. The cornerstore has recently evolved into its current dhaba pub orientation after adding on a full kitchen, draft beers and a brew house to make our own ales. Dhaba is a Punjabi name given to roadside restaurants in India & Pakistan. Situated on highways and generally serving local cuisine, dhaba are most commonly found next to petrol stations and most are open 24 hours a day. Stemming from the authentic Gujarati cuisine of the Gandhi region of India, our comfort food blends with the daring palates of the Austinites deep in the heart of Texas. We proudly offer local & organic meats, vegetables & fruits and all menu items are made in house from scratch. The dishes make us happy as we hope it does for y’all! We also enjoy giving back to the community with nonprofit fundraisers and support for grassroots organizations. With our commitment to sustainable, local, organic & natural produce & groceries with our offerings on the shelf as well as our kitchen menu, there is no high fructose corn syrup or MSG and compost & recycle to the goal of zero waste. Also with 72 taps of beer available, we are quite picky with what we present with only quality brews that go with our food. Our own house made brews are specifically designed for our menu items & our wine-by-the-glass selection is exceptional. All these aspects culminate in making us the authentic and original dhaba pub of Austin. Enjoy all of this with live music in our unique intimate and awesome music room. We’ve been here since 1986 and hope to smile with y’all through many more decades. Thank you very much and come again!
29 Jan 2014
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*******www.etonline****/news/2009/01/69848/index.html Funnyman Jim Carrey is following up his 'Yes Man' hit with 'I Love You Phillip Morris,' a dark comedy co-starring Ewan McGregor -- and ET's with the pair at a special Sundance dinner! Watch the video to see who comes over and plants a kiss on Jim's lips in the middle of his interview (Hint: It's not his longtime love, Jenny McCarthy)! "This is one of the special ones," Jim tells ET about the project. "There are very few scripts that you get in your hands that you would pay to do, and this was one of those ones. It's just a very original idea and based in reality; a real story of a real guy that was just was relentless about love -- and he went about it the completely wrong way." Based on true events, Jim plays Steven Russell, a married Texas father and former cop who became a con man -- and fell madly in love with his cellmate, prompting him to repeatedly escape from prison to be with him. "He's one of those guys who just could've gone legit and done quite well, but, like me, decided to choose white collar crime," jokes Jim, who adds that he had to get into the proper mindset for his romantic scenes with Ewan. "You just had to put out of your head the idea of your sexual proclivity," he explains. "You just love a person and find all of the things about that person that you love in yourself; that's how it works, male or female or whoever it is, love is love -- respect for people, respect for the project." At this stage in the interview, Ewan interrupts to say hello and plant a friendly kiss on Jim's lips. "Jim's a very firm but tender lover," jokes Ewan, "and a little prickly, but that adds to it in a way, don't you think?"
15 Jan 2010
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infoMania Season: 3 Episode: 21 In a new "Music Intervention," Sergio Cilli tells Trey Songz that with videos for songs like "I Invented Sex," "Neighbors Know My Name," and "Panty Droppa," his bragging about his sexual proclivity is getting to be a bit excessive.
20 Jun 2010
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A short, yet informative piece highlighting the perilous proclivities of the homosexual gay man...
30 Jun 2011
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The clip at court from Intolerable Cruelty (2003) with Judith Drake, George Ives Now, Mrs. Gutman, you testified that you were your husband's sexual slave... for 36 years during your marriage. Except for two years when he was in the navy in Southeast Asia. And before your marriage, what was your profession? I was a hostess for Braniff Airlines. And what is your husband's profession? He manufactures staples and industrial brad tacks. He's very successful. How would you describe your husband's sexual proclivities? Well, at first he was a very gentle and tender lover. But then he became more and more fixated... on toys and machinery and devices of various kinds. I can't help it. You don't decide to become bored. It just happens. You're just looking for trouble. It's a midlife crisis. Look, get yourself a new car. I have a new car. I have two new cars and a tab at the Mercedes dealership. Torn the house down twice, rebuilt the cabin in Vail, got three of those, uh... yard people... Gardeners? Gardeners. I've got a man who waxes my jet. These encounters were videotaped. Sometimes there would be a gizmo. A gizmo? He had a device he called the Intruder. It was something he had the engineers at the factory design. And then he had a prototype built out of the parts from our vacuum cleaner. I see. So the vacuum cleaner wasn't available to me for several months. Several months without the appliance. Yes! The problem is, everyone is willing to compromise. That's the problem with the institution of marriage. It's based on compromise. Even through its dissolution. Mrs. Gutman here, she's gonna score some points... concerning her husband's sexual politics. Naturally, we'll try to impeach. And then the entire process will find an equilibrium point... based on the skill of the individual lawyers. Then both parties will go home with their portion of the staple factory. That's life. Life is compromise. That's not life. That's death. Struggle and challenge and ultimate destruction of your opponent... that's life.
2 Dec 2011
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The clip Richie's divorce trial from American Gangster (2007) I'm not talking about your proclivities, Richie. Those I only know too well. I'm talking about being a cop. You're talking about taking money? I don't do that. It's not my thing. What about your friends from the neighbourhood? Do you still hang out with them? Yeah. Play baseball on the weekends. Wise guys? That's gonna look good. Guys I went to high school with. So what? What about Joseph Sodano? What about him? Richie, I'm just trying to understand things your wife has said. If they're not true, tell me. Yeah, he's one of them. Is he also your son's godfather? Yeah. He's definitely fucking her. Do you really care about this? Or do you just not want her to win ever? You know, there's an interview room on the second floor. That's what I thought. The door only locks from the inside. All rise.
12 Dec 2011
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Click to Download: *******archive****/download/mmtariqjameel/MaulanaTariqJameel-WaqiaEKarbala.mp4 Maulana Tariq Jameel is a well known Islamic scholar from Pakistan. His native town is Tulambah near Mian Channu. His father belonged to the Muslim Rajputs community , was an agriculturist and was a respected person in his field and the local area.Tariq Jameel was born and raised in Mian Channu and is the son of a feudal agriculturist also referred to as "Mian" in Pakistan. In his childhood he lived a relatively modest life but religion was not a major part of his life and his family in particular. It wasn't until he pursued his M.B.B.S. in Lahore that his focus shifted towards Islam. After completing his Higher Secondary School education (a.k.a F.Sc in some regions of Pakistan) in pre-medical (equivalent to A 'levels') from Government College University Lahore, he took admission in King Edward Medical College in Lahore. He intended to do his M.B.B.S., but his leanings towards spirituality soon urged him to switch to Islamic education. He then went on to receive Islamic education from Jamia Arabia, Raiwind (near Lahore), Pakistan where he studied Quran, Hadith, Sharia, Tasawwuf, logic and Fiqh. His proclivity towards Islam grew during hostel life in Lahore and can mainly be attributed to the group members of Tablighi Jamaat who he became friends with during his college life. He regularly delivers lectures and speeches encouraging people to follow Islamic values and principles and put them into practice in their everyday life. He emphasizes a non-political, non-violent, non-sectarian Islam. Due to his sermons, Tariq Jameel commands respect from Muslims all over the world. He has a simple style of explaining the purpose of human life and its creation and often uses scientific examples to support his argument. He has delivered lectures to all types of communities in the society with the attendees being doctors, engineers, professors, businessmen, landlords, government officials, TV/film artists, ministers/politicians and sports celebrities. His untiring efforts brought real Islamic values in the lives of some of the greatest Pakistani cricketing legends such as Saeed Anwar, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Mohammad Yousuf, Saqlain Mushtaq, Mushtaq Ahmedand Saleem Malik. He has also been the main paradigm for Junaid Jamshed since his volte-face towards Islam. Tariq Jameel is also a student of the late Mufti Yousuf Ludhianvi another renowned scholar. Tariq Jameel's lectures incorporate a wide range of issues of Islam and social concern. He especially emphasizes on self-purification, avoidance of violent ways, observance of Allah' orders and to follow the Prophet Muhammad's sunnah. He is a staunch critic of moral degeneration, indecent practices and shamelessness that have established its stronghold among young generation of Muslims.
17 Nov 2012
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The Asian tiger prawn, a foot-long crustacean with a voracious appetite and a proclivity for disease, has invaded the northern Gulf, threatening prized native species, from crabs and oysters to smaller brown and white shrimp. Though no one is sure what the ecological impact will be, scientists fear a tiger prawn takeover could knock nature's balance out of whack and turn a healthy, diverse marine habitat into one dominated by a single invasive species.
17 Feb 2013
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The three great music monologues from American Psycho wherein Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) discusses his musical proclivities. Huey Lewis & The News, Phil Collins / Genesis, and Whitney Houston all make the cut.
7 Mar 2013
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