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Join host Frank Edward Nora on a quick video trip to 11th St. outside Webster Hall where he is just leaving the Video 2.0 Meetup. He spies on some people playing billiards and runs into someone also leaving the meeting. (Jan. 29, 2008) inramble****
5 Feb 2008
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Taco Bell Super Bowl Commercial Ad introduces its new Fiesta Platter with a Mexican mariachi band, wearing sombreros and playing guitars. They encourage the office workers to take a break before the meeting and enjoy the Fiesta Platter.
6 Feb 2008
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A group of teenagers gather to express themselves through drawing. They were all affected by the tsunami but today they are most concerned about the dangers of drugs. 16-year-old Nor Soffi adds color to her sign warning against drug use. She comes here regularly, under the guidance of a local artist. This is the latest in a series of art and theater workshops for young people in Kota Kuala Muda and the island of Langkawi - the hardest hit areas of the Malaysian coast. The meetings were originally conceived by UNICEF and its partner organization, EMPOWER, as a place for youth to learn to open up and deal with the impact of the tsunami. UNICEF and EMPOWER also set up youth leadership camps to build confidence and motivation. Two years later, many teenagers say the tsunami has become less and less relevant. So the activities now focus on more pressing issues such as HIV and AIDS, sexuality and violence.
26 Mar 2010
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In which the idea of 'group selection' is demonstrated as false. A comedy sketch illustrating why humans did not evolve genes that were of benefit to their tribes, but instead evolved as individuals. My budget constrained me somewhat. If I had a proper budget, I would shoot this sketch in the round, with lots of extras grunting in agreement and dissent throughout. It needs to be a big village meeting, with lots of men and women. With just one man the viewer might be confused into thinking that the man at the meeting gets to father all the children if the plan goes ahead. There are eight parts in all. I hope you like them. www.LloydianAspects******
7 Mar 2008
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Welcome to Ebay-Guru.Net! The meeting place for all Ebay users. Come gain insight and share information! Totally free!
8 Mar 2008
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When you receive the Seal you will see climate change as the coming End of the world. You will be interested in the latest s talks hoping to curb climate change, the meeting of the "G20" in the middle of March 2008.
17 Mar 2008
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*******www.lamfacialplastics**** DALLAS FACIAL PLASTIC SURGEON, DR. SAMUEL M. LAM, IS ON THE NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL FACULTY FOR ALLERGAN, THE MANUFACTURER FOR BOTOX, AND IS CURRENTLY IN SAN DIEGO AT THE HARD ROCK HOTEL FOR THE ANNUAL MEETING. DR. LAM UPDATES YOU ON THE LATEST NEWS ABOUT BOTOX DIRECT FROM THE MEETING.
9 Feb 2009
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Described by The Washington Post as "the most powerful man in Washington you've never heard of," Mark J. Penn is the worldwide CEO of Burson-Marsteller. He was pollster to President Clinton and is adviser to Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, numerous corporations, and 25 foreign heads of state, including Colombia. Hillary Rodham Clinton's chief strategist, Mark Penn, apologized for meeting with Colombian officials pushing a free trade agreement that the presidential candidate opposes. The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that the strategist, Mark Penn, met Monday with Colombia's ambassador to the United States. Clinton advisers said Penn's meetings were not connected to the campaign, but part of his job as chief executive of the lobbying and public relations firm Burson-Marsteller Worldwide. But a Clinton adviser said the candidate was not happy to learn about the meeting, and Penn issued a statement expressing regrets. "The meeting was an error in judgment that will not be repeated and I am sorry for it," Penn said in a written statement. "The senator's well-known opposition to this trade deal is clear and was not discussed." Clinton spokesman Phil Singer said the candidate has not discussed the Colombian deal with Penn. "Senator Clinton's opposition to the Colombian Trade Deal is clear and she will be voting against it," Singer said. The Colombian government is trying to secure congressional passage of the agreement signed in 2006 by Colombian President Alvaro Uribe and the Bush administration. According to Justice Department filings, Colombia agreed last year to pay Burson-Marsteller $300,000 to help "educate members of the U.S. Congress and other audiences" about the trade deal and secure continued U.S. funding for the $5 billion anti-narcotics program Plan Colombia. Clinton told the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO that the United States needs new trade policies before it has new trade deals. "That includes no trade deal with Colombia" she said. Penn's political consulting firm, Penn, Schoen & Berland, has been paid $10.8 million so far by Clinton's campaign.
12 Apr 2008
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"Phantasmagoria" by Dave Hart I You gaze silently and stare squinting through your stained glass panes. Now pulling aside sapphire drapes of flowing somber samite Replete with glowing organdy You gaze out. Lo, a lazy mesmerized quixotic moon-- blithely blows kisses, wryly winks and coyly smiles. Yea, a light seesaw of a day of ecstasy and spritely delight-- now wanes to a quiet evening tune. II Transfixed you muse --attent through moist window panes. And now enter the past pains through a flowing Rorschach panorama of fluid specters-- a pentimento painting of myriad serpentine days metamorphosing into mellifluous mellowing nights. Now mirthful, this moon merrily mills reticent clouds in a star clustered plight. The meeting with Morpheus... --wondering of his mood-- cheery and cherry, one hopes. III In the soft security of your pliant bed-- a weary cheek cradled in thoughts of this day now blithely tread-- a voice and vision from the past-- "night night nighty nite sleep tight". IV Dreaming.. in a dream Floating in the night skyscape . . a phantasmagoria of sensual sights and sounds. . riding in a catamaran of gilded silk. . over the still quiet town. There's the tailor's shop, the market place, and the gurgling fountains of the park. On to other lands afar. . the Taj Mahal. . the Great Wall of China the winged maneuvers of a lark V Dreaming . . . reeling red and yellow sea horses laugh and dance while you roar over tree tops . . . mermaids now samba agog with cheshire cats to the music of Sergei Rachmaninoff . shooting stars of blue purple catching bolts of lightening VI Dearest one awake now and stir . . . To scents of frankincense and myrrh . . voices of the past. Long lingering in your cozy warm bed . . with thoughts tantalizing in your graceful head . . Birds twitter and herald yon day's new light . . . a new morn sun yields cascading delight. David Hart 2006
10 Apr 2008
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"Phantasmagoria" by Dave Hart I You gaze silently and stare squinting through your stained glass panes. Now pulling aside sapphire drapes of flowing somber samite Replete with glowing organdy You gaze out. Lo, a lazy mesmerized quixotic moon-- blithely blows kisses, wryly winks and coyly smiles. Yea, a light seesaw of a day of ecstasy and spritely delight-- now wanes to a quiet evening tune. II Transfixed you muse --attent through moist window panes. And now enter the past pains through a flowing Rorschach panorama of fluid specters-- a pentimento painting of myriad serpentine days metamorphosing into mellifluous mellowing nights. Now mirthful, this moon merrily mills reticent clouds in a star clustered plight. The meeting with Morpheus... --wondering of his mood-- cheery and cherry, one hopes. III In the soft security of your pliant bed-- a weary cheek cradled in thoughts of this day now blithely tread-- a voice and vision from the past-- "night night nighty nite sleep tight". IV Dreaming.. in a dream Floating in the night skyscape . . a phantasmagoria of sensual sights and sounds. . riding in a catamaran of gilded silk. . over the still quiet town. There's the tailor's shop, the market place, and the gurgling fountains of the park. On to other lands afar. . the Taj Mahal. . the Great Wall of China the winged maneuvers of a lark V Dreaming . . . reeling red and yellow sea horses laugh and dance while you roar over tree tops . . . mermaids now samba agog with cheshire cats to the music of Sergei Rachmaninoff . shooting stars of blue purple catching bolts of lightening VI Dearest one awake now and stir . . . To scents of frankincense and myrrh . . voices of the past. Long lingering in your cozy warm bed . . with thoughts tantalizing in your graceful head . . Birds twitter and herald yon day's new light . . . a new morn sun yields cascading delight. David Hart 2006
12 Nov 2011
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The Holy Land Journey DVD. When you read about the cave at the end of Ephron's field, do you ever imagine what that actually looked like? Ever wonder if the field is still there? Do you envision the garden as you read Jesus' prayer? Or visualize the path thathe walked as he carried the cross? It is difficult to picture the surroundings inwhich Jesus and all of his biblicalpredecessors lived and preached, especially so if one has never seen the drastically different landscape, wildlife, and architecture of the Middle East. And while it's good for children to let their imaginations wander, adults reallyshould know just how and where suchimportant events took place. That is why The Bible Land Shop commissioned the creation of three separate, feature-length films that carry one through the stories of the Bible and the history of the Holy Land. In "Holy Land Journey" our guides begin from the very beginning of the Bible: follow in the footsteps of the Children of Israel, travel to all of the locations where Jesus sojourned and preached, to the sites of his arrest, crucifixion, and burial, through the Roman, Crusader, Turkish, and British occupations, right up into modern Israeli life. Educational and inspirational narration tells the stories of each holy place in the words of the Bible along the way, transforming what might have once seemed like distant and ancient episodes into very real, very modern lessons for the present. It is a good thing to have read the Bible. But it is a hard book to know unless one has been to its home, has seen what it witnesses. "Holy Land Journey" turns the printed text into a living one so that you can not only now imagine it, but actually experience it. Experience. . . • The journey of the Children of Israel: the desert dwellings of the Patriarchs and the modern Bedouin, Sodom and Gomorrha on the Dead Sea, Mt. Moriah, the burial cave of Machpelah, Rachel's burial site, Joseph's tomb at Nablus, the path of Moses, the Jordan River at the crossing into the Promised Land, Deborah at the Valley of Jezriel, Mt. Tabor of the Canaanites, Sampson and Delilah's Ashkelon, David and Goliath's Valley of Elah, the Tower and the City of David, King Solomon's Jaffa Port and Eilat, King Ahab's Megiddo, and King Herod's Temple and castles; • The life of Jesus: Nazareth (Zebulun) and its modern carpenters, Bethlehem and the Church of the Nativity, the Temple steps ascended by Joseph and Mary, John the Baptizer's Ein Kerem and its many churches, the Mountain of Temptation overlooking Jericho, the site of the wedding at Cana, the pools of Bethesda and the church of St. Anne, Bethany near Jerusalem, the modern day Good Friday and Easter processions through the gates of the Old City, the Mount of Olives, the money-changers' courtyard at the Temple, the rarely seen interior of the Dome of the Rock mosque, Samaria's well and nearby church, the fishing village of Capernaum, the planes of Megiddo, Mt. Tabor and the Church of the Transfiguration, the glorious churches that dot the hills above the Sea of Galilee, the Galilean synagogues of Jesus' day, the site of the Last Supper near Zion Gate, the garden on the Mount of Olives and the nearby chapel that remembers Peter's betrayal, the place of the meeting with Pontius Pilate, the stations of the cross (Via Dolorosa), and the tomb in the garden where the angel announced ". . . he has arisen!" • The period of occupation: the destruction of the Second Temple, revolt and Roman invasion at King Herod's fortress, the resulting mass suicide at Mt. Masada, the Roman empire's Caesaria, the city of Avdat built by Roman converts, the seat of the Sanhedrin in Beit Shearim, home of the compiler of the Mishna, Yehuda HaNasi, Moslem conquest and Hebron, sacred sites of the Moslems in the Holy Land, the Moslem palace at Jericho, the Crusader fortress in the Golan Heights, the Turkish conquest and Wadi Kelt, the site of Napoleon's defeat, Sir Montefiore's Yemin Moshe and the birth of modern Jerusalem, and Allenby entering through Jaffa Gate to herald in the era of the British Mandate during World War I; • Modern Israel and her neighbors: ancient sites of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the rose-colored city of Petra, Jerash, Amman, Madaba, Mt. Nebo, and modern life, traditional dance, music, and customs in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Mt. Tabor, Nazareth, theMount of the Beatitudes, Capernaum, Eilat, the Sea of Galilee, Haifa and port, the Golan Heights, Jaffa, Mt. Zion, and the Mount of Olives. Directors: Reuven Dorot Title: Holyland DVD Time: 2-hours Locations: 90 locations Narration: 7 languages Format: NTSC, PAL Language: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish Region: All Regions Number of discs: 1 Studio: Doko Media Ltd. Run Time: 110 minutes
10 Feb 2010
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This presentation was given at Leicester England. MEP Rogert Helmer came specially to be there and guest host the meeting. Edward Spalton of the CIB (Campaign for an Independent Britain) gave a short introduction. The presentation was given by Brian Gerrish on his researches concering Common Purpose. Check out our other videos on Google Video... bringing out the suppressed information the controlled media will not air! (Disclaimer: Views and opinions presented here are for informational and educational purposes only and may not necessarily be those of the makers of this video)
13 May 2008
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