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17 Oct 2008
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Scary face under the subway. It can't be human...
2 Aug 2006
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An intoxicated 26-year-old woman survived a close call late Friday night after she fell onto the train tracks inside a Boston T subway station, the train stopped half-way over her body.
11 Nov 2009
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Think I'm going to take the subway more often... Nice ad by orange
24 Apr 2006
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Unbelievable - see what does it take to load people on a train in Japan. Amazing
22 Apr 2008
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A mother in Korea at a train station got the baby carriage caught in the door, and the train started driving, pulling her on the ground alongside it.
22 Jun 2006
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Regarding Smart Film, its breakthrough feature is that the customer (a level like as distributor, agent or contractor after two to three days of installation training) can directly, easily, and repetitively adhere Smart Film on currently existing glasses or new designed-in glass projects, e.g. hotel bathrooms and living rooms, conference rooms, CEO/executive offices, building façade glass wall systems, public toilets, etc. In addition, Smart Film is different from traditional privacy glasses which need a longer delivery lead time for tailor-made sizes, higher installation cost, higher transportation cost due to heavier weight of two glass panels, and more complex project management for any current existing window glasses at sites. Smart-Film under opaque status (power-off mode) is able to deliver high projection quality and larger project area (e.g. 100”, 160”, 320”, and etc. by a simple sheet by sheet and edge-to-edge expansion) upon the quality of LCD projector (LCD type projector, preferred, not DLP type) by a way of rear-end projection to glass walls. So, it would be a fantastic and innovative tool for projection advertising inside shopping malls, theaters, churches, shops, train/metro/subway station lobbies, airport terminal lobbies, etc. around a whole day as well as on building façade glass walls during the night. In summary, Smart Film can be directly attached on glass and any transparent materials. You can use it for electric curtain and projection screen, It can vary the daylight transmission controlled by building automation. Smart Film is green building material which can block sun heat and UV, and is proof against water and smudge. As below, please watch the videos and photos to show how we use smart film: Website: *******www.Smart-Film****.tw ; *******www.chiefway****.tw Videos: ***********/user/chiefway1 Photos: ***********/photos/chiefway/sets/72157602805356880
2 Oct 2008
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No wonder he likes this place. It's the only thing that would shut her up...
28 Mar 2006
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An comedy advertisement from banana boat.
26 Jul 2008
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What did the guy think to himself? He just jumped in front of the subway. Luckily he didn't get killed.
2 Aug 2006
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Music Editor Andrew Greenstein talks to Luke White, lead singer of Atomic Tom, the savvy band that launched their single "Take Me Out" by performing it on a crowded NYC subway using only their iPhones. Includes exclusive footage from their SXSW 2011 showcase at Valhalla. For more SXSW 2011 footage and interviews, visit www.metacafe****/sxsw or follow us on FB or twitter MetacafeMusic
30 Mar 2011
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Here's the story: two talented teams of USC Film School students won the SUBWAY Fresh Artists™ Featured Filmmaker Challenge. One of these teams creates "Do Whatever" about two young men, Sam and Max, with potential... potential to Do Whatever. Unfulfilled in his job working at a law firm, Sam comes up with a brilliant alternative career path-- to do whatever. What is Do Whatever, exactly? It's all in the company's name. If you need something, anything done, they're your guys. Do Whatever finds Sam and Max in hilarious and unpredictable situations. But just as the business is taking off things get complicated by Helmi, Max's sweet online girlfriend who lives in Finland. As their long distance relationship deepens, Sam fears it could mark the end for their adventures in whatever.
23 Mar 2011
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The new 60 sec Barclaycard ad which shows an office worker taking off his clothes and getting into a waterslide, which he rides on his commute home. During his journey, the commuter, played by Gavin and Stacey actor Robert Wilfort, uses a Barclaycard to swipe his way through subway system gates and buy groceries. The ad features the 1976 single 'Let Your Love Flow' by the Bellamy Brothers.
24 Oct 2008
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These trains are not stable at all. Most people have to hold a rail or lean on a wall just to keep standing.
21 Oct 2007
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german gilr modelling in the subway
11 Mar 2007
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He's lucky he didn't get rape
24 Nov 2010
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