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Vandenberg Furniture Since 1973, Vandenberg Furniture has been your single source for traditional to contemporary furniture in Kalamazoo, MI. We offer a wide range of design styles in home furnishings for your living room, dining room, family room, home office, and bedroom along with beautiful, comfortable bedding, with mattresses in all price ranges including innerspring, foam and adjustable beds. Visit our website or call us at (855) 442-9130 to get the best selection of home furnishing. http://www.vandenbergfurniture.com
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Dominiquie Vandenberg is a former legionnaire. He mastered various types of martial arts in his early age before and after serving in the Legion.
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*******www.greenplanetparadise**** What is your vision of paradise on earth? An interview by Green Lifestyles Magazine.
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*******www.greenplanetparadise**** What is your vision of paradise on earth? An interview by Green Lifestyles Magazine.
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Apollo 20 Legacy Lift off of Apollo 20 saturn 5 from Vandenberg AFB august 16 1976. Note the marks on the rocket, different than the previous apollo launches. "carpent tua poma nepotes" check my account, the big apollo 20 files wil be posted soon, especially the most important
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3 stills metric photography made by alexei leonov during the last revolution before descent on the Izsak Y Crater. More details visible than the apollo 15 panoramic shot. ( ) Check also the flyover TV feed during this revolution
26 Jan 2009
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Lenette Nakauchi says hi to the founder of Elements for Life Chad Ashley Vandenberg and co-founder Adam Russel at the Raw Spirit Festival. For more information, please visit www.superheroteam.info and www.gorawhavefun****/elements-for-life
19 Feb 2009
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For more info visit www.newsinfusion****/monopoly Richard Marinaccio of Buffalo, N.Y. takes home $20,580 and will represent the United States at the Monopoly World Championships in Las Vegas WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 15, 2009) – Richard Marinaccio, a 26 year old attorney from Sloan, N.Y. (near Buffalo) ’PASSED GO’ and collected $20,580 by dominating the 2009 MONOPOLY U.S. National Championship tournament in Washington, D.C.’s historic Union Station. In addition to being named the MONOPOLY U.S. National Champion, Marinaccio won an all-expense paid trip to represent the U.S.A. at the 13th MONOPOLY World Championship tournament in Las Vegas, Nev. this October. In a final game lasting just under one hour and 15 minutes, Marinaccio bankrupted his three opponents, Brandon Baker of Tuscaloosa, Ala., Dale Crabtree of Indianapolis, Ind., and Timothy Vandenberg of Victorville, Calif. Marinaccio stunned the crowd with his risky decision to purchase Pacific Avenue early in the game and dedicate his resources to building up the green property group (typically seen as a low priority group by tournament players). Pacific Avenue was the secret to his success, however, as the last player to go bankrupt in the game did so by landing on that exact property space.
18 Apr 2009
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Orange Models FRANCISCA GARCIA, KALYNA DEMCHUK ,TRISH HALL, NICOLE MCGOWAN ,KATHERINE VANDENBERG for booking Skye Sweetnam's "Let's get moving (into action )" music video!
27 Jun 2009
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22 Nov 2010
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22 Nov 2010
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22 Nov 2010
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BY JACQUELINNE MEJIA Anchor: Alex Rozier You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy 3, 2, 1 -- get ready for liftoff. SpaceX unveiled its plan for the rocket ‘Falcon Heavy’ - the second biggest rocket after the original ‘Saturn V’ rocket, and the largest one by a private enterprise. The rocket boasts a 27-engine booster and stands at 227 feet tall with twice the lifting capacity of the next largest U.S. launcher. (Video: YouTube) The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports on how the Falcon Heavy will be able to lift more than 117,000 pounds into space. “[...] the Falcon Heavy will have a first stage of three of the nine-engine cores that make up the first stage of SpaceX’s lighter Falcon 9 rocket. It will generate 3.8 million pounds of thrust at liftoff, the equivalent of 15 Boeing 747s.” SpaceX intends for the rocket to cut costs during launch missions. A writer for The Atlantic discusses how this could be a big boost to the aerospace industry. “Moon or no, Falcon Heavy could, if allowed to compete for government contracts, save the U.S. more than $1 billion every year. The 2012 budget for the United States Air Force includes more than $1.7 billion for four launches, which works out to more than $430 million for every launch. SpaceX is currently projecting that each launch of Falcon Heavy would cost somewhere between $80 million and $120 million.” Another reason for lower costs? Cheap labor. The Los Angeles Times look at the factors that make this company shoot past the competition. “[...] the company has a cadre of young engineers — the average age is in the early 30s — who work for a fraction of the salary they could make at larger aerospace companies. They work for SpaceX because it operates more like a Silicon Valley start-up than an entrenched rocket builder.” Elon Musk, the brainchild behind the company, says the endeavor could generate a “couple hundred jobs,” but not all are sharing his optimism. The young entrepreneur faced opposition to his company’s growth in the past, specifically from NASA and the government. (Video: CNBC) The Orlando Sentinel reminds audiences of the rocky relationship SpaceX has with the powers on Capitol Hill. “Much of the ill will stems from a year-long battle over the future of NASA after the space shuttle, with the space community split over whether to invest in another government rocket or outsource NASA services, including astronaut transport, to the commercial rocket companies.” Discovery News reports SpaceX’s plans to have Falcon Heavy’s debut flight ready for takeoff in 2013 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
9 Apr 2011
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