A dad took a drastic decision of throwing his two kids off the balcony onto a pile of people standing beneath, to prevent them from catching fire.
Leika stands in the fifth floor on the balcony, and looks down.
How does this situation please you?
Following the wind turbine manufacturers, Vestas, decision to make their 600 staff on the IOW redundant, the workforce decided to take power back into their own hands. They occupied the factory in Newport and climate camp activists took the roof of the other factory in East Cowes. 'Boys on the Balcony' is the song of the campaign written and recorded by Seize the Day, Vestas workers and their families. It is a powerful and inspiring account of the first month of the campaign, occupations, evictions and the continued determination to fight for a 'world where the turbines spin'.
These are my friends on the balcony, I feed them every day - Look after birds and animals, they have the right to live in this world as much as we do !!
This is the coolest video in the wirls
Folk band Seize the Day entertain protesters outside Newport county court on the Isle of Wight as Danish multinational Vestas fails to win an eviction order against workers occupying the company's wind turbine factory, which it plans to close today (July 31) with the loss of more than 600 jobs.
The band's song tells the story of the dispute. filmed and edited by chris kasrils
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View from the balcony at Fiesta Americana Grand Aqua.
These two magpies work together to steal the cats food. One tries to fool the cat into falling of the balcony while the other feeds.
Kid jumps from the balcony onto the school's Christmas tree and gets suspended. It was worth it I suppose.
chilling out at the balcony during snow storm? definintely not a good idea... check out this guy... missing the snow so much.?!!..he purposely got locked out by his brother in law and he seems to like it!!.. can you tell? yeeharr!!
NOT YOUR PARENTS TRAVEL GUIDE!
The beauty and majesty of the scenery surrounding Lucerne are apparent the first time Barbara steps out on the balcony of her hotel room and surveys the magnificent scene before her. Barbara joins Bjorn at his home where she sits down with his family to a typical Swiss brunch: cheeses, soufflÃ©s and apricot tart. After filling up, Bjorn guides Barbara around the picturesque city of Lucerne. They walk across Chapel Bridge, the oldest covered bridge in Europe, built in the 1300s. Unfortunately, much of it burned down in 1993 and had to be re-built. Still, it is quite beautiful with its elaborate, frescoed ceiling.
Summer in Lucerne means the constant temptation of snow-capped mountains on the horizon. After seeing the sights, itâs time to get serious about snowboarding. Barbara and Bjorn grab some gear from a local shop and head up the mountain. As they climb higher, the temperature drops to the freezing mark and it starts to snow. While Bjorn practices for a competition heâs entered in, Barbara receives a snowboarding lesson and chats with an Olympic snowboarder who won gold at Nagano in 1998. The, she watches as Bjorn competes in the snowboarding competition. He completes his runs and, although he doesnât finish in the medals, he performs amazingly well for his first competition. Later, Bjorn and Barbara take the train up to the top of Mount Pilatus for an open-air rock concert under the stars.
Bombing people with oranges and a gallon of spoiled milk from the balcony.