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Just jammin on a saturday afternoon, The Violent Femmes
22 Apr 2007
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Bill and Garrett perform The Violent Femmes' Blister in the Sun live at Jay's Pub and Grill in Farmington, MO.
29 Apr 2008
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Troubled Cody, a second-generation member of a violent and notorious Nor-Cal biker gang, rides out with his friends to a party deep within the redwood forest. At the end of the wild evening, Cody’s ex-girlfriend Michelle is discovered wandering aimlessly, covered in blood, screaming and convulsing as if possessed by something unworldly. Desperately trying to summon help, Cody’s plans are ruined by the arrival of another malicious gang, seemingly from the 1950’s, who show up “looking for a few kicks…the violent kind.” However, this ominous Rockabilly gang are not there to pick a fight. They want what’s growing inside of Michelle – something evil and powerful – and they will stop at nothing to get it. THE VIOLENT KIND mixes the savage artistry of horror, science-fiction and drama to tell a story that will leave you shocked, bemused and exhilarated well after the credits roll.
19 Jul 2011
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2 Jun 2008
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The second to last promo video give us a much deeper glimpse to the making of FREESTYLEMEN, the first mixtape where every song was freestyled.
21 Apr 2009
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Many snow dropped for a long time.It is violent snowfall.
7 Jan 2010
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The violent new VW Jetta ads.
21 May 2006
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Watch video in: * Flash * Quicktime * Average rating: * * * * * * * Director's Interview: Walter F. Rodriguez or 0 views since 02-23-2007 Edit this video's details Famed actor/writer/director Walter F. Rodriguez sits down with us and talks about his hit viral video "Bill and Walt's Most Excellent Adventure. Walter talks candidly about his co-stars including Clifford The Big Red Dog's struggle with alcoholism and the violent on-the-set outbursts of Robert "Mr. Incredible" Parr. An in-depth look at the film some are hailing as the must-see video of the year with one of internet video's brightest stars. This is one of two special features videos released with the movie, (the other is a blooper reel) and both will be available here on MetaCafe.
25 Feb 2007
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About 600 Palestinians caught in Hamas-Fatah power struggle begin homeward trek via Israel Monday July 30th, 2007 For more than 7 weeks, thousands of Palestinians who had gone to Egypt or elsewhere for family visits, health care or schooling, found themselves unable to return to Gaza. According to The New York Times, they were stuck in the Egyptian towns of Rafah and El-Arish, or left living in the desert, after Egypt closed its border with Gaza on June 9 following the violent Hamas-Fatah clashes. Both Egypt and Israel have kept their crossings closed in an effort to isolate Hamas. But the two countries agreed to a deal in which at least some Palestinians, cleared by Israel, would be allowed to return via Israel's northern Erez crossing. All remaining Palestinians must first register with their embassy in Cairo to be vetted by Israel. Hamas denounces the deal because Israel controls who gets in. It insists all Palestinians should return directly from Egypt via the Rafah crossing which it controls. APTN was on the scene as the first of about 600 Palestinians began the 5-hour bus trip from Nizana crossing to Erez and home to Gaza. --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
25 Aug 2007
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Extreme video of the last F5 tornado to strike the U.S. -- Bridgecreek to Moore, OK on May 3, 1999. TornadoVideos**** storm chasers document the violent, 1-mile wide wedge from within 1/8 mile away! DO NOT SEEK SHELTER UNDERNEATH AN OVERPASS FROM A TORNADO!!! Recent research has shown that seeking shelter under an overpass puts you at greater riskof being killed or seriously injured by flying debris from the powerful tornadic winds.
24 Sep 2007
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A portrait of visitors of a theme park in a city in Northern Iraq. This Minimovie portrays several visitors of the theme park Dream City, who talk about their life in Iraq. Stories about fear, the role of ethnicity and religion, hate and violence, but also stories about the future, dreams, courage and hope. This series of portraits paints a probing, almost surreal picture of a country and a population that is completely torn apart. Majid - a tourist from the violent city of Mosul: 'It is our fate as Iraqis, to live in misery. I can't remember ever really laughing. I envy those people who can really laugh.'
18 Oct 2007
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A portrait of visitors of a theme park in a city in Northern Iraq. This Minimovie portrays several visitors of the theme park Dream City, who talk about their life in Iraq. Stories about fear, the role of ethnicity and religion, hate and violence, but also stories about the future, dreams, courage and hope. This series of portraits paints a probing, almost surreal picture of a country and a population that is completely torn apart. Majid - a tourist from the violent city of Mosul: 'It is our fate as Iraqis, to live in misery. I can't remember ever really laughing. I envy those people who can really laugh.'
18 Oct 2007
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The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope celebrates its 17th birthday with one of the largest panoramic images ever taken. The violent stellar fireworks of the Carina Nebula. Credit: ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser
12 Dec 2007
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Extreme tornado video from April 7, 2002, as a massive twister churned through a Texas cattle field. TornadoVideos**** storm chasers closed to within a mile of the violent tornado, and documented the entire life-cycle from development to the "rope-out" phase. Check out TornadoVideos**** for more extreme tornado footage!
26 Feb 2008
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Black Hole in Unexpected Place ! ------ Image Info ----------- Medium-size black holes actually do exist, according to the latest findings from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, but scientists had to look in some unexpected places to find them. The previously undiscovered black holes provide an important link that sheds light on the way black holes grow. Even more odd, these new black holes were found in the cores of glittering, "beehive" swarms of stars — called globular star clusters — that orbit our Milky Way and other galaxies. The new findings promise a better understanding of how galaxies and globular clusters first formed billions of years ago. Globular star clusters contain the oldest stars in the universe. If globulars have black holes now, then globulars most likely had black holes when they originally formed. The new results indicate that the very sedate, elderly environments of globular clusters house these exotic objects, quite unlike the violent cores of some galaxies. God Is Great .
9 Apr 2008
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Tibetan tectonics trigger China quake: Geologists Camera caught quake as it happened May 12, 2008 (CNN) — The death toll from the China earthquake was 12,012 Tuesday night, but was expected to rise as soldiers and rescue crews pulled more bodies from crumbled buildings at the epicenter in Sichuan province. Authorities said the death toll from Monday's quake might change every hour, as they heard reports from crews frantically working to remove bodies and survivors from the debris, the state-run Xinhua news agency said. Xinhua reported 26,026 people injured. Thousands were missing, many of them buried, and the tally kept changing. # Tibetan tectonics trigger China quake: Geologists The violent quake that shook China's Sichuan province is linked to a shift of the Tibetan plateau to the north and east, experts said. "There will certainly be many aftershocks," commented Paul Tapponnier, an expert on tectonics in the region that is prone to earthquakes. The quake, with a magnitude of 7.8, struck close to densely populated areas of Sichuan province and was felt across a swathe of southeast Asia. China's state-run Xinhua news agency quoted local disaster relief officials as saying 3,000 to 5,000 people were estimated to have died in just one district of Sichuan, Beichuan County. Earthquakes are frequent and deadly along the fringes of the Tibetan Plateau, which was raised when India collided into Eurasia, starting some 50 million years ago. It is this powerful thrust that created the Himalayas, towering at 8,848 metres with Mount Everest, the highest peak. The mountains continue to reach skyward to this day, propelled by unstable tectonic terrain. "Tibet is being pushed to the east. It is straddling southern China and locally the Sichuan bassin," said Tapponier. The quake that emanated in the Longmenshan margins of the Tibetan plateau "has a very complex geology," said Robin Laccassin, director of the tectonics department at the Institute. "There are many major fault lines... Some are ancient and they probably broke," said Laccassin. The deadliest earthquake to rock the Tibetan plateau in the 20th century was in 1920 when 230,000 people died in Gansu province. Another quake in Yunnan in the southwest left more than 15,000 dead in 1970.
17 May 2008
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