So I present you my first video on Metacafe. It's an improvisation of piano I make today. I call this song "After the Storm" because I make it after a big tempest in my little town. So, put up the volume and listen!
PS: Sorry for my english, I'm french :) If I make some mistake, please tell to me!
Paul Duffield, a UK anime artist who is known for his work in Manga Shakespears (The Tempest) visited SMK Taman Connaught on 24th January 2008. He gave a talk on Manga Shakespears and introduced his work of art to us. All thanks to British Council Malaysia for bringing him to our doorstep.
Author Zane Grey was the inspiration for over one hundred Western Films and Mark of the Avenger is one of the best films based from Grey’s novels. It’s unusual in that the hero, played by the rugged Douglas Dumbrille, is no goodie-two-shoes but a man with a checkered past who has turned to crime. An outlaw from his home town where he’s wanted for a murder he didn’t commit, Dumbrille sneaks back in to town to see his daughter, who he discovers is hopelessly caught up in the sinister plots of bad men. What follows is a whirlwind of gun slinging action as Dumbrille makes to straighten everything out by any means necessary. Mark of the Avenger is a tempest of classic Western mayhem.
Space Bugs - Google Android Game - By TaykrOn Game
SpaceBugs is a shoot'em up with perspective on you move 2 ships at the same time. The game with a OLD School gfx is a mix of Gyrus/Tempest and Xenon 2/Tyrian 2000.
- 8 Final Bosses
- 8 Planets and over 50 levels
- 4 Gameplay modes : History, Evolution, Survival and Boss Mode
- LevelUps System in Evolution Mode.
- Move Two Ships at the same time with an intuitive control
- More than 5 hours of gameplay
- Buy/Shell items and weapons and improve your ship
- Submit your records online!
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SpaceBugs is an Android SO Game shoot'em up with perspective on you move 2 ships at the same time. The game with a OLD School gfx is a mix of Gyrus/Tempest and Xenon 2/Tyrian 2000.
* Mario Lopez to host Broadway special.
* Mandy Patinkin in The Tempest.
* Jamie De Roy performs at the Metropolitan Room.
* Gay Fest kicks off May 14.
Read more at BroadwayBulletin.com
Mario Lopez, currently starring in A Chorus Line, will also host a special concert from Jazz at Lincoln Center on Sunday, May 11 for future television broadcast. The telecast will feature performances from all 12 TONY eligible musicals and musical revivals. This national TV special will air in New York on WCBS (Channel 2) on Saturday, June 7, as well as other national stations between May 26-June 7.
The Classic Stage Company will open its 2008-09 season on September 3 with Mandy Patinkin. Patinkin will play the role of Prospero. A limited engagement of The Tempest will run through Sunday, October 12.
The beautiful and talented cabaret performer, tv host and producer Jamie deRoy will perform at the Metropolitan Room on Wed. May 14th at 7:30. Jamie will be joined by a few friends, including Lucie Arnaz, Stephen Bogardus, Donna Lynne Champlin, and Penny Fuller, among others.
The 2nd Annual GayFest, a theatre festival focusing on gay-themed plays, will run May 14 through June 15th at the TBG Arts Center on West 36th Street.The festival will feature five professional productions and include Q&A's with the authors. Proceeds will benefit Harvey Milk High School Students.
Read more at BroadwayBulletin.com
Here is my review of and EXCLUSIVE bonus offer for The Age of Conan Ultimate Leveling Guide. This age of Conan Walkthrough will guide you how to level from 1 to 80 much quicker than any other power leveling guide on the market. Also included is:
assassin class guide
Barbarian Class Guide
Bear Shaman Class Guide
Conqueror Class Guide
Dark Templar Class Guide
Demonologist Class Guide
Guardian Class Guide
Herald of Xolti Class Guide
Necromancer Class Guide
Priest of Mitra Class Guide
Ranger Class Guide
Tempest of Set Class Guide
This is the computer case that I will be giving away. It is the Nzxt Tempest Steel Midtower.
For details on how to win this case, visit:
In his Four Letters addressed to the Jewish people, Julian recognized their dire situation and appealed to them to join him in his campaign. That's a vast difference from the Persian ruler Cyrus, who had only allowed the Jews to rebuild the Temple; Julian virtually ordered them to do so, and perhaps, upset by their initial hesitation, appointed Alypius, a pagan native of Antioch and his best friend, to supervise the work. The news was, no sooner spread abroad than contributions came in from all hands. The Jewish women stripped themselves of their most costly ornaments to contribute towards the expense of the building. The emperor also, who was no less impatient to see it finished, in order to encourage them in the undertaking, told them he had found in their mysterious sacred books that this was the time in which they were to return to their country, and that their temple and legal observances were to be restored. He gave orders to his treasurers to furnish money and every thing necessary for the building, which would require immense sums: he drew together the most able workmen from all quarters, and appointed for overseers persons of the highest rank, placing at their head his intimate friend Alypius, who had formerly been Pro-prefect of Britain; charging him to make them labour in this great work without ceasing, and to spare no expense. The Jews were doubtless divided between those who believed that Julian was a saviour and those who remembered Rabbi Simon Ben Eliezer's warning against the youthful enthusiasm of the second generation after the Bar Kochba disaster: If children tell you: Go, build the Temple - do not listen to them. All things were In readiness, workmen were assembled from all quarters; stone, brick, timber, and other materials, in immense quantities, were laid in. The Jews of both sexes and of all degrees bore a share in the labour; the very women helping to dig the ground and carry out the rubbish in their aprons and skirts of their gowns. It its even said that the Jews appointed some pickaxes, spades, and baskets to be made of silver for the honour of the work. But the good bishop St. Cyril, lately returned from exile, beheld all these mighty preparations without any concern, relying on the infallible truth of the scripture prophecies: as, that the desolation of the Jewish temple should last till the end; and that one stone should not be left on another; And being full of the spirit of God, Cyril foretold, with the greatest confidence, that the Jews, so far from being able to rebuild their ruined temple, would be the instruments whereby that prophecy of Christ would be still more fully accomplished than it had been hitherto, and that they would not be able to put one stone upon another, and the event justified the prediction. Till then the foundations and some ruins of the walls of the temple subsisted, as appears from St. Cyril: and Eusebius says, the inhabitants still carried away the stones for their private buildings. These ruins the Jews first demolished with their own hands, thus concurring to the accomplishment of our Saviour's prediction. Then they began to dig the new foundation, in which work many thousands were employed. But what they had thrown up in the day was, by repeated earthquakes, the night following cast back again into the trench. And when Alypius the next day earnestly pressed on the work, with the assistance of the governor of the province, there issued, says Ammianus, such horrible balls of fire out of the earth near the foundations, which rendered the place, from time to time, inaccessible to the scorched and blasted workmen. And the victorious element continuing in this manner obstinately and resolutely bent as it were to drive them to a distance, Alypius thought proper to give over the enterprise. This is also recorded by the Christian authors, who, besides the earthquake and fiery eruption, mention storms, tempests, and whirlwinds, lightning, crosses impressed on the bodies and garments of the assistants, and a flaming cross in the heavens, surrounded with a luminous circle. The order whereof seems to have been as follows. This judgment of the Almighty was ushered in by storms and whirlwinds, by which prodigious heaps of lime and sand and other loose materials were carried away. After these followed lightning, the usual consequence of collision of clouds in tempests. Its effects were, first the destroying the more solid materials, and melting down the iron instruments; and secondly, the impressing shining crosses on the bodies and garments of the assistants without distinction, in which there was something that in art and elegance exceeded all painting or embroidery; which when the infidels perceived, they endeavoured, but in vain, to wash them out. In the third place came the earthquake which cast out the stones of the old foundations, and shook the earth into the trench or cavity dug for the new
The number of the killed or hurt was increased by the fiery eruption in the fourth place, attended both with storms and tempests above, and with an earthquake below. From this eruption, many fled to a neighbouring church for shelter, but could not obtain entrance; whether on account of its being closed by a secret invisible hand, as the fathers state the case, or at least by a special providence, through the entrance into the oratory being choked up by a freighted crowd, all pressing to be foremost. This, however, says St. Gregory Nazianzen, is invariably affirmed and believed by all, that as they strove to force their way in by violence, the Fire, which burst from the foundations of the temple, met and stopped them, and one part it burnt and destroyed, and another it desperately maimed, leaving them a living monument of God's wrath against sinners. This eruption was frequently renewed till it overcame the rashness of the most obdurate, to use the words of Socrates; for it continued to be repeated as often as the projectors ventured to renew their attempt, till it had fairly tired them out. Lastly, on the same evening, there appeared over Jerusalem a lucid cross, shining very bright, as large as that in the reign of Constantine, encompassed with a circle of light. And what could be so proper to close this tremendous scene, or to celebrate this decisive victory, as the Cross triumphant, encircled with the Heroic symbol of conquest? This miraculous event, with all its circumstances, is related by the writers of that age; by St. Gregory Nazianzen in the year immediately following it; by St. Chrysostom, in several parts of his works, who says that it happened not twenty years before, appeals to eye-witnesses still living and young, and to the present condition of those foundations, of which, says he, we are all witnesses; by St. Ambrose in his fortieth epistle written in 388; Rufinus, who had long lived upon the spot; Theodoret, who lived in the neighbourhood in Syria; Philostorgius, the Arian; Sozomen, who says many were alive when he wrote who had it from eye-witnesses, and mentions the visible marks still subsisting; Socrates, &c. The testimony of the heathens corroborates this evidence; as that of Ammianus Marcellinus above quoted, a nobleman of the first rank, who then lived in the court of Julian at Antioch and in an office of distinction, and who probably wrote his account from the letter of Alypius to his master at the time when the miracle happened. Libanius, another pagan friend and admirer of Julian, both in the history of his own life, and in his funeral oration on Julian's death, mentions these earthquakes in Palestine, but with a shyness which discovers the disgrace of his hero and superstition. Julian himself speaks of this event in the same covert manner. With Julian's death came the Emperor Jovian, a faithful Christian, and a Church-led assault on Jews and Judaism. The early church historian Socrates testifies, that at the sight of the miracles, the Jews at first cried out that Christ is God; yet returned home as hardened as ever. St. Gregory Nazianzen says, that many Gentiles were converted upon it, and went over to the Church. Theodoret and Sozomen say many were converted; but as to the Jews, they evidently mean a sudden flash of conviction, not a real and lasting conversion. The incredulous blinded themselves by various presences: but the evidence of the miracle leaves no room for the least cavil or suspicion. The Christian writers of that age are unanimous in relating it with its complicated circumstances, yet with a diversity which shows their agreement, though perfect, could not have been concerted. The same is confirmed by the testimony of the most obstinate adversaries. They who, when the temple at Daphne was consumed about the same time, by lightning, pretended that it was set on fire by Christians, were not able to suspect any possibility of contrivance in this case: nor could the event have been natural. Every such suspicion is removed by the conformity of the event with the prophecies: the importance of the occasion, the extreme eagerness of Jews and Gentiles in the enterprise, the attention of the whole empire fixed on it, and the circumstances of the fact. The eruption, contrary to its usual nature, was confined to one small spot; it obstinately broke out by fits, and ceased with the project, and this in such a manner, that Ammianus himself ascribes it to an intelligent cause. The phenomena of the cross in the air, and on the garments, were admirably fitted, as moral emblems, to proclaim the triumph of Christ over Julian, who had taken the cross out of the military ensigns, which Constantine had put there to be a lasting memorial of that cross which he had seen in the air that presaged his victories. The same was again erected in the heavens to confound the vanity of its impotent persecutor.
Marco Tempest magic with a hot dog vendor in Central Park
Video Blog of magician Marco Tempest's trip to Los Angeles. Visiting the set of the Tonight Show in preparation of his appearance. Mostly random stuff...
Marco Tempest and optical illusions. Behind the scenes with the discovery Channel in New York City.
Multimedia magician Marco Tempest at the 45th Golden Horse Movie Awards. Behind the scenes documentary.
He is the tempest who swept her away. She is the
eye of his storm. In 19th century England, a powerful Marquess, gifted with a dark
curse, on the precipice of madness meets an exotic beauty again after 7 years. He
is determined to possess her. The final book in the “Rothwell Brothers” series by
Madeline Hunter. http://www.madelinehunter.com
Genre Historical Romance
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