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Louis Armstrong "What A Wonderful World" LIVE 1970
louis armstrong by two puppets. great end.
Ryan Armstrong Highlight Video
It's Steve's first time singing and playing the trumpet in his Jazz Band, normally he plays the drums. Can you imagine trying to make your voice sound like Louis Armstrong?
this movie shows Lance Armstrong during his way to the start of his last Timetrial at Tour de France in St. Etienne.
This was the LAST stop before Paris and his finally end of driving bycicle.
First you see him on his way (unfortunatly i've been punched by an ellbow of the policeman...) to start. After that you see him starting to his last chapter of TDF.
PS: he had win this Timetrial
REUBEN ARMSTRONG, JUVENILE DIABETES, OBESITY
REUBEN ARMSTRONG SHOW, REUBENSHOW, OPRAH,
REUBEN ARMSTRONG SHOW, PRANK CALL TO DOMINO'S
REUBEN ARMSTRONG SHOW CALLS SONIC DRIVE INN TO GET HIS BURGER REPLACE
Lance Armstrong Ciclism Fan
Highest Certification for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
Armstrong World Industries' corporate headquarters building has received Platinum Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council under its LEED Green Building Rating System for existing buildings.
Armstrong's headquarters, built in 1998, is only the sixth existing building and the first outside of California to achieve the highest certification offered.
Among the building's characteristics that contribute to its environmental performance are its:
Use of clean, renewable energy 75 percent of the building's power is supplied by wind energy, the equivalent of planting 149,000 trees or removing 300 automobiles from the road;
Reduced energy use Armstrong's headquarters uses less than 1.5 watts/square foot, half the nationwide average for comparable buildings;
Reduced water use The building reduced water use from 800,000 gallons to 420,000 gallons;
Recycling program 60 percent of the building's waste is recycled;
Maintenance Environmentally responsible, Green Seal-certified cleaning products are used;
Improved acoustics Armstrong acoustic ceilings and sound-absorbing surfaces are used throughout the building;
Landscaping Eliminates irrigation and provides erosion control and measured storm-water run-off into adjoining wetlands.
Reuben Armstrong, Reuben Show, diabetes