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This is the result of my messing about with visualisations and Windows Movier Maker (beta). The track is by Liquid who are stalwarts of the UK Rave scene. Released in 1992 (1993?) it is a favourite 'chill out' track. Liquid is Liquid (Journeys Into Dub, to give it its full name) can be found on the album 'The Future Music CD' (*******www.discogs****/Liquid-The-Future-Music-CD/release/13152). I composed the video by recording the Milk Drop visualisation within Winamp and then tweaking it slightly with Media Maker. Whilst not groundbreaking video work, I am happy with the results as it looks pretty. The visuals do seem in keeping with the music. This copy is in 320 x 240 resolution in order to keep the video size within the Metacafe upload limits.
10 Aug 2009
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Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/ Throughout the centuries and well into our modern time, silver in its various forms has been used by mankind to great effect. Milk farmers would use a silver bucket to collect the milk. The raw milk could then be left unrefrigerated for many hours without the chance of spoiling. It's also interesting to note that some cultures would add crushed silver to a newborn's first bath as a measure of protection against a threatening world. Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/
15 Aug 2009
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Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/ Throughout the centuries and well into our modern time, silver in its various forms has been used by mankind to great effect. Milk farmers would use a silver bucket to collect the milk. The raw milk could then be left unrefrigerated for many hours without the chance of spoiling. It's also interesting to note that some cultures would add crushed silver to a newborn's first bath as a measure of protection against a threatening world. Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/
15 Aug 2009
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Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/ Throughout the centuries and well into our modern time, silver in its various forms has been used by mankind to great effect. Milk farmers would use a silver bucket to collect the milk. The raw milk could then be left unrefrigerated for many hours without the chance of spoiling. It's also interesting to note that some cultures would add crushed silver to a newborn's first bath as a measure of protection against a threatening world. Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/
15 Aug 2009
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Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/ Throughout the centuries and well into our modern time, silver in its various forms has been used by mankind to great effect. Milk farmers would use a silver bucket to collect the milk. The raw milk could then be left unrefrigerated for many hours without the chance of spoiling. It's also interesting to note that some cultures would add crushed silver to a newborn's first bath as a measure of protection against a threatening world. Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/
15 Aug 2009
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Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/ Throughout the centuries and well into our modern time, silver in its various forms has been used by mankind to great effect. Milk farmers would use a silver bucket to collect the milk. The raw milk could then be left unrefrigerated for many hours without the chance of spoiling. It's also interesting to note that some cultures would add crushed silver to a newborn's first bath as a measure of protection against a threatening world. Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/
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Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/ Throughout the centuries and well into our modern time, silver in its various forms has been used by mankind to great effect. Milk farmers would use a silver bucket to collect the milk. The raw milk could then be left unrefrigerated for many hours without the chance of spoiling. It's also interesting to note that some cultures would add crushed silver to a newborn's first bath as a measure of protection against a threatening world. Visit: *******www.realcolloidalsilver****/
15 Aug 2009
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Organize your life with portable productivity apps! David Prager reviews a couple of mobile productivity apps for the iPhone. This is the first of a two part series and focuses on Evernote and Remember the Milk.
6 Oct 2009
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the Milk writer gives a speech in DC at national equality march rally. He is hot and the speech is somewhat inspired. ( my personal view)
13 Oct 2009
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Trailer for the film THE MILK OF SORROW - Official Selection of the 2009 AFI Fest Presented by Audi. CONNECT WITH AFI: *******AFIFEST**** *******AFI**** *******twitter****/AFIFEST *******twitter****/AmericanFilm *******facebook****/AmericanFilmInstitute
21 Oct 2009
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stickam/rechacked characters maturing stomach digesting occurring meals serving chef eat pervs gain pour meals with the milk and meat of the same animal mixed popular food dishes cheeseburgers titty milk hovers emotional ifo's phly objects chose nothing gravity puppet belongings identifying slow food outlets talk hold bee heal moves natural insecticide surfing dimension hop relm perky !!,, Distributed by Tubemogul.
31 Oct 2009
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Breast cancer is a cancer that starts in the breast, usually in the inner lining of the milk ducts or lobules. There are different types of breast cancer, with different stages (spread), aggressiveness, and genetic makeup. With best treatment, 10-year disease-free survival varies from 98% to 10%. Treatment includes surgery, drugs (hormone therapy and chemotherapy), and radiation. Worldwide, breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer after lung cancer (10.4% of all cancer incidence, both sexes counted)[ and the fifth most common cause of cancer death. In 2004, breast cancer caused 519,000 deaths worldwide (7% of cancer deaths; almost 1% of all deaths). Breast cancer is about 100 times as frequent among women as among men, but survival rates are equal in both sexes. Some breast cancers require the hormones estrogen and progesterone to grow, and have receptors for those hormones. Those cancers are treated with drugs that interfere with those hormones, usually tamoxifen, and with drugs that shut off the production of estrogen in the ovaries or elsewhere; this may damage the ovaries and end fertility. Low-risk, hormone-sensitive breast cancers may be treated with hormone therapy and radiation alone.cancerdiseasehealth *******www.bedfortoddler****/little-tikes-sports-car-twin-bed.php Subject Tags
25 Nov 2009
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