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Football comes easy to every Brazilian and this girl dribbling the ball in the craziest ways while wearing a high heel just proves the point.
Meet King Joe is a classic animated capitalist propaganda film from the 1940s. The agenda is convincing discontented workers of the time that American business was the best in the world and because of it, American workers were “king” of all the workers. As evidence of this, the film touts American factory machinery as being so efficient that American workers create the best products at the lowest prices, which allows them to stretch their wage farther in the marketplace. American workers also have the shortest working hours (also due to the wondrous machinery). The main character and narrator of the film, Joe, a worker in overalls, spouts bizarre statistics such as Americans own 92% of the world’s bathtubs and almost every refrigerator ever made, in order to prove the point that American workers can afford a higher standard of living than those in any other country. Joe is shown sitting on top of a machine that spits out cars, televisions, and washing machines with no help from him or any other workers, something that seems vaguely insulting to the very workers for which this film was intended. Overflowing with irony, Meet King Joe is a special relic of a different time in American history.
In the early 1950's Miles Davis and Sonny Rollins developed a friendship and working relationship that produced some of the best and most important jazz of the decade. To prove the point, Prestige Records proudly presents this all-new compilation that showcases just some of their stellar work together that was recorded for the famed jazz label.
*******www.actionridertack****/ Horse History with Action Rider Tack - Deidre shares the story of Emperor Caligula and his horse, Incatitus. Legend states that at one point, Caligula actually appointed his horse to the Roman Senate! It was in fact to prove the point that the Roman Senate didn't have any power, but Caligula's love for his steed is legendary. In fact, he had his horse robed in purple blankets and had his stable made of marble and veneered in ivory. There's more in the video!
By the way, at Action Rider Tack, we can help you pamper your horse too...we just don't have the marble and ivory. LOL!
Be One With Your Horse! (TM)
Super Bases Loaded review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Super Bases Loaded for Super Nintendo. Proving the point that sports games do not need the license for the players, the stadium and realistic graphics. All the game needs is great gameplay and that is what this game offered. You choose from one made up team and play against either the computer or a friend. The gameplay is fast and fun. You tried to play the best game and receive a 100 rating so you can move on. Without many game modes but solid gameplay, the game is still great today. This video review features video gameplay footage of Super Bases Loaded for Super Nintendo and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
Strider review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Strider (developed and published by Capcom) for arcades, also part of Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 2 for PS2 and Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed for PSP. If I wasn't lazy, I'd be doing every line of this description in a different language, just to prove the point of exactly how ahead of its time Strider was. But nuts to that action. My brain still hurts just thinking about the obscene level of difficulty in this game. Makes me glad the cold war is past. It's brutal, wall-climbing, death-out-of-freakin'-nowhere action that's expert at fleecing you of your quarters. And you'll love every minute of it. This video review features video gameplay footage of Strider for PS2 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Cops are popularly known to be tough and brave, this Vietnamese cop just proved the point when he clinged onto the windshield of a bus to catch a law breaker.
Cats are really unpredictable beings but sometimes they just stop behaving like themselves and this bizarre reaction of this cat just proves the point.