RS Media Community - last one for the summer :/.. Ever since I heard this song for 4 hours straight on an Asiana flight, I knew I had to make it. This couldve been soo much better, but there was a shortage of clips that Ill just randomly blame Lee over, and I wasnt in the 'mood' when editing, lol... It was too hot :
Anyways, enjoy :P
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Thnks Fr Th Mmrs (Credits song aswell): you use this, please credit Fantikerz]
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This video released by the Job Opportunity Information Network shows that a growing number of Canadians are being routinely shut out of the workforce. According to recent data from Statistics Canada, nearly four and a half million Canadians, one out of seven, live with a disability. Many of those people are exlcuded from the workforce because of misconceptions that they are not as skilled, capable or motivated as others. This not only hurts individuals with disabilities, it hurts Canadian employers because they are neglecting a large and talented labour pool in a time when there are job shortages in many sectors.
JOIN helps people living with disabilities find work and keep it. JOIN also helps employers find the qualified, skilled people they need. JOIN and its more than 20 member agencies offer a wide range of assistance in finding a job, from creating a resume, to job searching, to getting ready for interviews. JOIN is funded by ODSP Employment Supports, part of the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services. For more information visit www.joininfo.ca
Jason hangs on the beach in Miami Florida and talks with sun worshipers about how GE is working on water shortage issues around the globe by turning salt water into.... fresh water.
Know about the West Bengal bandh on February 6, De-sealing in
Delhi, anti-terrorism law, Natural Gas shortage in India, and ideal of
marriage according to law.
http://www.globalchange.com 1 billion children will be new consumers. Demographic explosion in India and ageing population in China , Europe and Japan. Huge market growth. Beijing shortage of children. Young workforce in India so competitive advantage. Future trends. Social, political and economic challenge. War for talent challenge. 25 year impact. Urban migration. Urbanisation of India, China and Africa. Rural movement to cities. Megacities in Asia. Infrastucture challenges, water, roads, sanitation, transport, roads, rail, energy and power stations. Shortage of commodities – copper, steel, coal, gas, oil. Conference keynote speaker and Futurist Dr Patrick Dixon.
St. Petersburg Florida. St. Petersburg TradeWinds Resort Review
TradeWinds Resorts in St. Petersburg Florida-St. Pete Beach TradeWinds Resort Review
There is no shortage of Hotels on St. Pete Beach and the line up is dominated by the elegant old Don Ceasar,but since opulent is not our cup of tea, we were very happy at the friendly, more intimate, TradeWinds Sandpiper.
The colorful suites, while smallish, have everything you could need, from a well stocked galley kitchen, 2 TVs and do ask for a room with a heart stealing Ocean view.
Pick a hammock , Stake out a Cabana.. or stroll the endless white sands of St. Pete, and get friendly with the ‘wildlife’
It’s all about laying back, at the Sandpiper
Families may prefer Sandpiper’s big sister the Tradewinds Island Grand, a few sand castles away. There’s more for kids…(paddle boats, resident swans and and a kids club keep everyone smiling).
But the REAL treat comes at the end of each day. (Sunset collage)
St Pete beach and the Tradewinds are welcoming in the OFF season too, when you just about have it all to yourself.
http://www.globalchange.com UK house price trends. While house prices may fall or rise in short term, prices are generally stronger than they would otherwise be because of shortage of land, planning restrictions, more people living alone, crisis of confidence in pension funds so people investing in property instead... plus other factors such as immigration. Complex area. Video comment on real estate by Dr Patrick Dixon, futurist and author of Futurewise, including buy to let, property investment funds. (more)
Me163 displayed at The Museum of Flight East Fortune Scotland U.K. and RAF Museum Cosford under restoration
The only rocket propelled interceptor ever to be used operationally, the Me163 Komet was deployed by the Luftwaffe in a desperate attempt to combat the Allied strategic bombing offensive during the closing stages of the Second World War.
The Me163 stemmed from a research programme conducted during the late 1930s and flight trials of the first powered prototypes began at the Peenemunde West rocket test centre in the latter months of 1941. Although the Me163's Walther rocket motor endowed the aircraft with a maximum speed far in excess of any other fighter of the period, the volatile reactants employed often caused the aircraft to explode.
The sole Luftwaffe unit to become operational with the Me163 was Jagdgeschwader (Fighter Wing) 400. Tasked with protecting the vital Leuna oil refineries near Leipzig, Me163s from this unit first engaged Eighth US Army Air Force B17 Flying Fortresses on 16 August 1944. By the end of the war nine Allied aircraft had been shot down by JG 400; however, severe fuel shortages and technical problems hampered operations and the unit suffered heavy casualties. Limited by its short range, lack of endurance and unreliability, the Me163 represented little more than a futile, if ingenious and courageous, attempt to wrest control of the air over Germany from the Allies.
In Gaza, students are back in schoolÖbut are bearing the brunt of power cuts and shortages in learning materials. Sometimes sitting in the darkÖ sometimes in the coldÖ and trying to do their homework by candlelightÖ students in Gaza are falling behind and struggling to keep up their gradesÖ and the drop-out rate is rising. SOUNDBITE, Mohammed Jendeyyeh, 11 years old: ìWhen there is electricity, we understand our lessons, but when electricity is cut, our learning ability is reduced. At home, when doing homework, then we find electricity cut, so we have to use the candle, and nothing except the candle.
The most spontaneous move on David Beckham's unannounced visit to Sierra Leone was an improvised stop at a roadside pitch for a game of football in Freetown. We were driving past the pitch on our way to the hotel, when Beckham noticed the game in progress and had the vehicles circle back. We parked on the side of the road and walked down a dirt path to the pitch. The players were completely caught off guard. what began with a polite hand-shake quickly turned into a frenzy as they realized one of the game's most recognizable stars was standing among them. It wasn't enough just to shake his hand. They had to rub his head, touch his tattoosÃ� As for the game itself, Beckham took it easy. At one point, he took off his UNICEF t-shirt and gave it to one of the locals. This particular day was hot and dusty, but everybody was having a great time. Even though many areas in Freetown lack electricity, there was no shortage of mobile phones. So by the time the game ended, word had spread that Beckham was in town Ã± shirtless no less. He posed for pictures, shook more hands, and fought his way back to the vehicles. A memorable day for everyone, David Beckham included
http://www.cleanairgardening.com/het-caroma-toilet.html With 2 different buttons to flush, one for #1 and one for #2, this toilet reduces water usages from 50-75%! Designed in Australia where they suffer from major shortages, this toilet really saves!
World Water Day Urges the International Community to Reuse and Recycle
Millions of people around the world are living without access to clean drinking water. To draw attention to what some experts are calling one of the largest public issues of our time; World Water Day was established as an international day of observance and action. According to the UN, more than half of the world will be living with water shortages in the next 50 years.
One solution to the growing problem is reclaiming and recycling water instead of disposing it into oceans and rivers. Using new technology, a growing number of communities in the U.S. are starting to reuse and recycle water. This new process takes water through three steps, first traveling through hollow fiber membranes that remove 99.99 percent of all bacteria, then through reverse osmosis and finally through advanced oxidation using ultraviolet light. The result is near-distilled quality water. The entire process consumes about 50% less energy than importing water from outside sources.
While this new technology makes conservation easier than ever before, it's only one part of the bigger solution. Experts urge that all Americans participate in conservation with everyday activities that include taking shorter showers, checking faucets for leaks and watering lawns judiciously. For more tips be sure to visit www.epa.gov.
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Oil prices reach record highs and some Arab economies are booming. But why is there an outrage over bread shortages in Egypt? And why did Hosni Mubarak mobilize the army?
Answers to these questions and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report, presented by Jamal Dajani.
For more info, visit
(Pavarotti sings in Latin)
Maria, gratia plena
Maria, gratia plena
Ave, ave dominus tecum
And strength is not without humility
It's weakness, an untreatable disease
And war is always the choice of the chosen who will not have to fight.
Wednesday - October 2, 2002
2 weeks before Congress voted for war in Iraq. Barrack Obama opposed it.
The film of that speech has been lost.
Except for the 13 seconds that follow.
Barack Obama: "I don't oppose all wars. And I know that in this crowd today, there is no shortage of patriots, or of patriotism. What I am opposed to is a dumb war.
Comedy Central’s "Night of Too Many Stars” will feature Jon Stewart hosting an evening filled with live performances, sketches and short films from a roster of comedy all-stars. The benefit will raise money to help ease the severe shortage of effective schools and education programs for autistic children and adults. Watch Ricky Gervais at last year’s event, which raised more than $2.5 million
Michael Field,Prof of Medicine the Uni of Syd,&Chair of Medical School Accred Committee,Aus Medical Council, discusses shortage of skills in Aus,controversy about overseas-trained&new models of care.
Healthcare Skills Crises 27-28th Mar in Syd.