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9 Jul 2010
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The Expo homepage is *******en.expo2010china****/. The Expo Online is at ******* Official preview from the Bureau of the Shanghai 2010 World Expo. Animated fly-over and major attractions. Posted with permission.
29 Jul 2010
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As the cap into place exactly a week ago continued to stymie the once stubborn flow of oil below the gulf's surface, an investigative panel heard candid testimony from a widow of a rig worker killed during the April 20th rig tragedy. Natalie Roshto relived some of the words she heard from her husband Shane before he died in the rig blast. "I mean from day one, he deemed this hole a well from hell. he said the earth, he said mother nature just doesn't want to be drilled here." Her husband worked for Trans Ocean, which owned the rig and was operating it for BP's drilling project. She accused her husband's supervisors of dwarfing safety concerns to save money. "I want to stress that this industry is vital for our country. and for our men to be out there drilling and their lives being put under business agendas, that's what I want stressed," said Roshto. A key BP employee followed Roshto. John Guide, a BP Wells Team Leader quickly faced questions from investigator Jason Matthews of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management which replaced the Minerals Management Service. Matthews wanted to know if BP put money ahead of lives. Matthews asked Guide, "Do you think that BP did everything they could to manage the risk as low as possible?" Guide replied, "Yes, sir." Though workers from the company Schlumberger were on the rig to conduct a final cement strength test, BP opted against it. Known as a cement bond log, it tests whether cement in the well's casing has gaps and many industry experts call it crucial to assess well stability. But Guide said all of the other indicators showed the well was in good shape. "We had discussed the job ah everyone involved with the job on the rig site was completely satisfied with the job, had full returns running the casing, full return cementing the casing," Guide said. But investigator Matthews pressed Guide on the issue. Matthews said, "Which option is cheapest, is not running the cement bond log or running it?" Guide answered, "It's cheaper not to run it." Matthews also questioned Guide about why less centralizers were used. Centralizers stabilize the well's casing for the cementing process. Matthew asked, "Which option was safest running 21 or 6?" Guide said, "I don't think there was, in my personal opinion either was okay." Completion of the exploration well was seriously behind schedule, costing BP millions. Matthews continued to question Guide along those lines. Matthews said, "Is it true that decisions were made in large part driven by cost savings on the well as opposed to the actual safety of those employees working on the well?" Guide answered, "Never." Matthews continued, "So cost savings is never in the picture?" Guide again answered, "Never. When it comes to safety, never." Guide also testified that Trans Ocean was behind on some maintenance. He said, "We bring it to Trans Ocean's attention, sir, and sometimes they have to order parts and stuff like that. Matthew said, " Does BP have the authority to shut down the rig and get this component inspected?" Guide replied, "Yes, sir." Guide said he tried to let Transocean do its job. "We had faith that trans ocean was attempting to maintain a safe ah ship," Guide said. That was not good enough for a Coast Guard investigator. Captain Hung Nguyen told Guide, "In the military we often say that hope is not a plan, it seems to me that faith is not a very good business decision here." The hearings resume Friday in Kenner as investigators try to get to the bottom of the rig inferno and the resulting oil spill in the gulf.
30 Jul 2010
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The Rum Tum Tugger from Cats. ~lyrics~ The Rum Tum Tugger is a curious cat If you offer me pheasant I'd rather have grouse If you put me in a house I would much prefer a flat If you put me in a flat then I'd rather have a house If you set me on a mouse then I only want a rat If you set me on a rat then I'd rather chase a mouse The Rum Tum Tugger is a curious cat And there isn't any call for me to shout it For he will do as he do do And there's no doing anything about it! The Rum Tum Tugger is a terrible bore When you let me in, then I want to go out I'm always on the wrong side of every door And as soon as I'm at home, then I'd like to get about I like to lie in the bureau drawer But I make such a fuss if I can't get out The Rum Tum Tugger is a curious cat And it isn't any use for you to doubt it For he will do as he do do And there's no doing anything about it! The Rum Tum Tugger is a curious beast My disobliging ways are a matter of habit If you offer me fish then I always want a feast When there isn't any fish then I won't eat rabbit If you offer me cream then I sniff and sneer But I only like what I find for myself So you'll catch me in it right up to my ears If you put it away on the larder shelf The Rum Tum Tugger is artful and knowing The Rum Tum Tugger doesn't care for a cuddle But I'll leap in your lap in the middle of your sewing For there's nothing I enjoy like a horrible muddle! The Rum Tum Tugger is a curious cat The Rum Tum Tugger doesn't care for a cuddle The Rum Tum Tugger is a curious cat And there isn't any need for me to spout it For he will do as he do do And there's no doing anything about it!
16 Aug 2010
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HotNewHipHop & DJ Ill Will Present the Official Video for Lil Twist's "Young Money" Freestyle off his latest Mixtape "Class President." We shot this on top the new "W" Hotel in Hollywood, CA. Video Directed by Alex Nazari. Make sure to lookout for Twist's New Mixtape w/ DJ ill Will, DJ Drama & DJ Rockstar Coming SOON!! Special Shoutouts to SDot B Photography, Lil Za, The Bureau Clothing & Blk Dmnds!!
16 Sep 2010
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Guys, please watch this news video from ABS-CBN's Bandila with English subtitle. It's about Franklin Corpuz' dream that was shattered because he was refused to board a plane going to Qatar for a simple reason that he is deaf. Please help us campaign against this injustice made by the Bureau of Immigration Official.
7 Dec 2010
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Chinese QJ steam locomotives and Milwaukee Road 261 round the return leg of the Bureau Junction Wye during an excursion the originated in Rock Island, Illinois. As of October of 2006, the two Chinese engines are were for sale. This video footage will be featured on an upcoming episode of the television series "Trackside". More info about the series at www.trainweb****/tracksideonline
1 Apr 2011
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Follow me on twitter: *******twitter****/#!/thefpshow I buy my guns here: *******www.tacticalgunsandgear****/ Springfield Armory also has a well-known custom shop, where full-custom M1911A1s and semi-custom HS2000 pistols are built and modified. The custom shop's most famous product is the Tactical Response Pistol Professional Model (formerly known as the Bureau Model), an M1911 variant. The TRP Professional was one of only two guns to pass the controversial trials set forth by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a new pistol for its Hostage Rescue Team and SWAT teams. The head gunsmith is David Williams. The first two directors of the custom shop were Les Baer and Jack Weigand
19 Apr 2011
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(1982) Dexy's Midnight Runners are a British New Wave and Northern Soul band who achieved their major success in the early-mid 1980s. Kevin Rowland (vocals, guitar) and Kevin 'Al' Archer (vocals, guitar) founded the band in 1978 in Birmingham, England, naming the band after Dexedrine, a recreational drug popular amongst Northern Soul fans at the time. Big Jim Paterson (trombone), Geoff 'JB' Blythe (saxophone), Steve 'Babyface' Spooner (alto saxophone), Pete Saunders (keyboard), Pete Williams (bass) and Bobby 'Jnr' Ward(drums) formed the first line-up of the band to record a single, 'Dance Stance' (1979). The song only reached number 40 in the British charts, but the next single, 'Geno' -- about Geno Washington -- (featuring new recruits, Andy Leek (keyboards) and Andy 'Stoker' Growcott (drums)) was a British Number One in 1980. The band members were disappointed with their share of the profits, and soon stole the master tapes of Searching for the Young Soul Rebels, their debut LP, in order to renegotiate the deal. The album was released later in 1980 and became a massive success. After the next single, 'There There My Dear' was a hit, Rowland insisted on choosing the uncommercial, 'Keep It, Part Two' for the following single. It was a failure, and most of the band members quit, angered over continual personality problems with Rowland. Archer eventually formed The Blue Ox Babes, while Blythe, Williams, Stoker and Mick Talbot (ex-Merton Parkas, who had recently joined on keyboards) left to form The Bureau. Paterson stayed with Rowland, who added Billy Adams (guitar/banjo), Seb Shelton (drums, formerly of Secret Affair), Micky Billingham (keyboard), Brian Maurice (alto saxophone), Paul Speare (tenor saxophone) and Steve Wynne (bass), releasing 'Plan B', 'Show Me' and 'Liars A to E' in 1981 without much success. Rowland then recruited fiddle players, Helen O'Hara (from Archer's new group, the Blue Ox Babes), Steve Brennan and Roger MacDuff, known collectively as 'The Emerald Express'. With the addition of new bass player, Giorgio Kilkenny this line-up recorded Too-Rye-Ay in 1982, a Celtic folk and soul hybrid. The first single, 'The Celtic Soul Brothers', was mildly successful but 'Come on Eileen' soon followed, and became a Number One hit in both the UK and the United States. Feeling that their role in the group had diminished following the arrival of the fiddles, the brass section of Paterson, Speare and Maurice left to form The TKO Horns, while Kilkenny was replaced by Johnny Edwards on bass and Billingham left to join General Public. With the singles, 'Jackie Wilson Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile)' (a Van Morrison cover) and 'Let's Get This Straight (From The Start)' maintaining their popularity, the group continued to tour until 1983 with a nucleus of Rowland, Adams, O'Hara and Shelton augmented by other musicians. After a two year break, Dexy's returned in 1985 with the critically-acclaimed album, Don't Stand Me Down, featuring Rowland, Adams, O'Hara and Nicky Gatfield together with various seasoned performers including Vincent Crane (ex-Atomic Rooster), Julian Littman and Tim Dancy (who had been Al Green's drummer). Rowland at first refused to issue any singles from the album, and by the time 'This Is What She's Like' was released, it was too late to save the album from commercial failure. The group disbanded the following year after a brief return to the charts with the single, 'Because Of You' (which was used as the theme tune to a British sitcom, 'Brush Strokes'), and Rowland became a solo artist with the release of 1988's poorly-received album, The Wanderer. Despite spending much of the 1990s suffering from financial problems and drug addiction, Rowland made plans to reform Dexy's together with Big Jim Paterson, although these resulted in no more than a solitary TV performance in 1993. Returning once more as a solo performer, Rowland signed to Creation Records, releasing an album of cover versions called My Beauty in 1999, which sold poorly. The demise of Creation meant that the planned follow-up album which would, once again have featured Dexy's Midnight Runners was never made. However, in April 2003 the group announced that they would be reforming for a tour and a new greatest hits album.
1 Jul 2011
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In March 2007, the Bureau of Land Management gathered wild burros at Lake Mead in Southern Nevada. Nevada's Wild Horse Program administrator came along to discuss the gather process as the burros were transported by boat across the lake.
15 Jul 2011
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The praying mantis is real, but it is hungry enough to try to catch and eat the cursor. He had been in the house for four days - prowling for insects around the ceilings. The sound effects accidently supplied by the dog next-door (no - mantises don't bark). The screen background is by the Bureau of Meterology. The mantis was patient enough that we were able to set up lighting - as long as we kept moving the mouse. (Notice how he keeps one foot on the top of the screen. Earlier he had tried to come down further, but skidded on the surface, and from then was more cautious). No insects, cursors or mice were harmed in the making of this movie. The mantis was returned to the wild.
8 Oct 2011
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The clip The Middle Of The Film (Find The Fish) from The Meaning of Life (1983) with Michael Palin, Graham Chapman Someone must've abandoned it here, knowing you'd come after it. We stumbled across it, actually. They'll be miles away by now. I expect we'll have to take all the blame as usual. Hello, good evening and welcome to The Middle of the Film. Hello, and welcome to The Middle of the Film... ...the moment where we take a break to invite you... join us, the filmmakers, in Find the Fish. We're going to show you a scene from another film... ...and ask you to guess where the fish is. But if you think you know, don't keep it to yourselves. Yell out so that all the cinema can hear you. So here we are with Find the Fish. I wonder where that fish has gone. You did love it so. You looked after it like a son. And it went wherever I did go. Is it in the cupboard? Yes! Wouldn't you like to know? It was a lovely little fish. And it went wherever I did go. It's behind the sofa! Where can that fish be? Have you thought of the drawers in the bureau? It is a most elusive fish. And it went wherever I did go. Fishy, fishy, fishy, fish. Fish, fish, fish... Fishy, fishy, fishy, fish! That went wherever I did go. Look up his trunk! Yeah! It's in his trousers! That was terrific! Great! Yeah! Best bit so far. Fantastic! Really risky, yeah.
23 Oct 2011
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The clip Agent Sympathy meets Rocky and Bullwinkle in the real world Part 2 from The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle (2000) with June Foray, Piper Perabo Moments later... Agent Sympathy, can I ask you something personal? Did you watch our show? Did I watch your show? I loved your show! You did? Sure! Ever since I was a kid I wanted to have adventures like you guys. That's why I joined the Bureau. Rocky and Bullwinkle: Really? But that little girl doesn't exist anymore, Rocky. They don't want her kind in the FBI. I do exist! I do exist! Let me out! There's something in your eye. No, there's not. All right, we need to get to New York and stop Fearless Leader's broadcast within 40 hours. Rocky: Wait a minute! Why don't we take an airplane? Because then it wouldn't be a road movie. Whee-ee! We don't know how, but Fearless Leader, Boris and Natasha
26 Oct 2011
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The clip Federal hearing from Public Enemies (2009) Why do we need this? Because criminals flee in fast automobiles across state lines, thereby defeating local jurisdiction because there is no federal police force to stop them. By my tally, your Bureau wants to spend more taxpayers' dollars catching crooks than what the crooks you catch stole in the first place. Well, that's ridiculous. The Bureau has apprehended kidnappers and bank robbers who have stolen up to and in excess of... Really? How many have you apprehended? We have arrested and arraigned 213 wanted felons. No, I mean you, Director Hoover. How many? Well, as Director, I administer. How many have you arrested personally? I have never arrested anybody. You've never arrested anybody. Well, of course not. I am an administrator. With no field experience. You are shockingly unqualified, aren't you, sir? You have never personally conducted a criminal investigation in the field in your life. I think you're a front. I think your prowess as a lawman is a myth created from the hoopla of headlines by Mr. Suydam, your publicist there. Crimebusters, G-men, you're setting yourself up as a czar? That's running wild in my estimation. A crime is what runs wild. If this country requires a Bureau such as yours, I question whether you are the person fit to run it. Well, I will not be judged by a kangaroo court of venal politicians. Your appropriation increase is denied. Feed the following to Walter Winchell. McKellar is a Neanderthal, and he is on a personal vendetta to destroy me. We will not contest him in his committee room. We will fight him on the front page. Where is John Dillinger?
27 Oct 2011
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The clip taking the case from Public Enemies (2009) Agent Purvis, congratulations. Thank you, sir. May I ask why? They're ready for him. This is Henry Suydam. He is our expert in press relations. Congratulations for Pretty Boy Floyd, for which you have my personal gratitude. Second, you are, as of this moment, the Special Agent in Charge of the Chicago field office. Are you up to that task, Agent Purvis? Absolutely, sir. Good afternoon, gentlemen. Today, I am declaring the United States of America's first War on Crime. And I'd like to introduce one of our finest G-men, Agent Melvin Purvis. Agent Purvis will be in charge of the field office in Chicago, the center of the crime wave sweeping America. His task will be to get Public Enemy Number 1, John Dillinger. Director? Mr. Purvis? Say a few words, would you? Mr. Purvis, how did you run down Pretty Boy Floyd? Through an apple orchard. Mr. Tolson, when he's done, you tell him if he needs anything, you'll get it for him. And tell him he may call me J. E. Yeah, but people say John Dillinger's a lot smarter and a lot tougher. Well, nevertheless, we will get him. What makes you so sure? We have two things Dillinger does not. What are they? The Bureau's modern techniques of fighting crime scientifically and the visionary leadership of our Director, J. Edgar Hoover.
27 Oct 2011
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The clip needing qualified lawmen from Public Enemies (2009) Get on the floor! Now! Go! Y'all get up against that wall. Go on, all of you. This is a stick-up! Up! Put them up! Up! Down on the floor, now! Down! Put them up! Come on. Put them up! This is a stick-up! Let's go. Come on. Up! Where I can see them, up! Customers, stay calm. Don't move. Hey! You! Up! Hands up! Move! Empty it! John Dillinger held up a bank for $74,000 while you failed to arrest Nelson. Sir, I take full responsibility. And I would like to make a request. That we transfer men with special qualifications to augment the staff here in Chicago. There are some former Texas and Oklahoma lawmen currently with the Bureau in Dallas. I thought you understood what I'm building. A modern force of professional young men of the best sort. I'm afraid our type cannot get the job done. Excuse me, I cannot hear you. Our type cannot get the job done. I cannot hear you. Our type cannot get the job done. Without qualified help, I would have to resign this appointment. Otherwise, I am leading my men to slaughter. Mr. Tolson will call you, Agent Purvis.
27 Oct 2011
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