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2 Mar 2017
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When it comes to building toy sets, Singapore hobby enthusiasts get deeply ingrained into the hobby, leaving no stones unturned in making the toy sets of their liking’s. Life is about chasing your passion after all. Who knows what’s going to happen tomorrow, best is to make the fullest of what we have at this moment, and that’s what Singapore hobby enthusiasts believe, apply and do. Those who have the interest in model kits; there are several accessories that are available to support serious Singapore hobby lovers in effectively and efficiently fulfilling their passion of building toy sets.
16 Mar 2017
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New update 10 New Day. Far Future is the sixth world in Plants vs. Zombies 2. In the year 2323, the zombies will have brain extraction down to a science! Can the plants of the future save you from the undead of tomorrow?
16 Mar 2017
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Great hard rock band Testing Tomorrow performs 2 songs live at flashrock ...awesome video for years to come.
18 Feb 2007
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Returning for a second time Testing Tomorrow tears up flashrock studio in another live performance with an interview. Heavy hard rocking webcast
25 Mar 2007
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Tomorrow, Poema 13-04-2007 - Jeff Mills - The Bells pt 2 \o/ \o/
16 Apr 2007
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Tomorrow, Poema 13-04-2007 - Jeff Mills - Martin Luther King Speech + Soul Central Strings Of Life
16 Apr 2007
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This is an anime music video I made of .hack//SIGN and of the song "El Manana" by Gorillaz. I used five episodes of .hack//SIGN and it took me about seventeen hours to make this video. I used the trial version of Sony Vegas to make this, and it took me about seventeen days, excluding how long it took to find a couple, cheap, and good, programs. The name comes from .hack and "El Manana," in which manana is Spanish for tomorrow. This video may be a couple frames off, but I'm just going to leave it like that, because it doesn't really make a difference. If I had more time, I uploaded it at about 10:45 P.M., I would have made sure it was completely what I wanted, but it's TV Turn Off week next week, so I don't have any more time to work on it. Remember to buy the DVD and or CD of Demon Days (Live) by the Gorillaz and everything of .hack, or just the anime series .hack//SIGN. I am in no way affiliated with the Gorillaz or the .hack Conglomerate, I just really like their products. You can check out my blog, http://amishgramish.blogspot.com to check out when I have new videos, and anything else I post up on there.
9 May 2007
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The NASCAR car of tomorrow is here. Bigger and better and safer, NASCAR hopes it will make the Nextel Cup series more competitive. It will run in 16 of the Nextel Series races this year, including this weekend in Darlington. Dale Earnhardt’s death at Daytona in 2001 became a catalyst to unite NASCAR to better protect drivers. NASCAR turned to manufacturers like General Motors for research on safety and aerodynamics. They had three primary objectives. First was to improve the driver safety. They also wanted to improve the competitiveness of the racing as well as the manufacturer identity within the vehicle. For a greater emphasis on the look of the cars- production designers were brought in from Ford, Dodge, Toyota and Chevrolet to give the racecars design cues that better resemble the street car versions, like Jeff Gordon’s Impala SS. The modifications will also lead to money savings, because the new aerodynamics mean the cars can be tuned to work on all of NASCAR’s tracks from Bristol’s half mile to Daytona’s two and a half miles. Produced for General Motors
13 May 2007
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Another in the series of internet teaser trailers for the independent film, Maybe Tomorrow. www.maybetomorrowmovie.com
21 May 2007
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acoustic rendition of orson's "no tomorrow" for a full band version, check out my myspace!! mp3 download www.ortoPilot.com http://www.myspace.com/ortopilotmusic http://www.ortopilot.com i used the westfield guitar cos i snapped a string on my taylor :s if you like this vid, SUBSCRIBE to my vids, cheers!
20 Aug 2007
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beyond tomorrow
1 Sep 2007
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If you do not care about Nature today, the Nature does not care about you tomorrow.
23 Sep 2007
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Just a quick update on the injured limping doggie. The video were shot on 29 October at the vet. In the video, you can see he is still afraid to use his injured leg. Maybe it is because it's still painful. The plate has not yet taken out and the vet will only do so probably end of this month. I am not sure why it has to be taken out and I will definitely ask the vet tomorrow. Due to the high fee involved and also limited of space for him to run about, the vet have suggested me to take him back. I went to Chong Kooi's house just now; the man who is willing to keep him, and explained to him about the surgery progress. I also showed him some videos of the dog on my laptop too. If you have been following my videos and if you listen carefully on the third video, when the vet was doing the x-ray, he did call the dog Lucky. What a coincidence, Chong Kooi also called him Lucky too! Tomorrow, Chong Kooi will follow along to bring Lucky back and I am sure Lucky misses home! Chong Kooi also contributed RM 100 ( Ringgit Malaysia) just now for Lucky medical fee and this is a surprise to me as he a retiree. At first, I rejected his money but he insisted me to accept it as a token of appreciation.
2 Nov 2007
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tomorrow holiday
7 Dec 2007
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A man who has lost his memory lives with his lover in an idyllic setting. But in the wake of a major political assassination, turmoil begins to seep into their lives in the form of unknown outside forces. Amit Tripuraneni’s "Memories of Tomorrow" is a muscular espionage tale with an emotionally tender core, bracketed by a pair of stellar performances.
8 Feb 2008
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