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The seventh game we played on Gamer Night #9(December 27, 2008) was Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects on Xbox. Match 1 is John(Me) vs. Lynn P1 - John/Da_Gamer/Venom P2 - Lynn/Spirit_Gamer/Daredevil
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The seventh game we played on Gamer Night #9(December 27, 2008) was Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects on Xbox. Match 2 is Danny vs. Freddy P1 - Danny/Venom P2 - Freddy/Hazmat
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The seventh game we played on Gamer Night #9(December 27, 2008) was Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects on Xbox. Match 4 is Freddy vs. John(Me) P1 - Freddy/Hazmat P2 - John/Da_Gamer/Venom
6 Jan 2009
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The seventh game we played on Gamer Night #9(December 27, 2008) was Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects on Xbox. The final match is John(Me) vs. Thomas P1 - John/Da_Gamer/Venom P2 - Thomas/Ducky8707/Iron Man
6 Jan 2009
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a little tribute to the black-suited spidey and venom, enjoy. this is all fan made, i dont own spiderman, or the audio in this video in anyway, this is purely fan made
6 Feb 2010
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Peter Parkers secret identity as Spider-Man has been outted by Venom leaving Pete and his loved ones vulnerable to all of Spideys enemies.
4 Mar 2009
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A misplaced foot in Australia can lead to a terrible venomous injection from the dangerous stone fish.Dangerous Encounters: Deadly Australia : SAT JUNE australia stone fish deadly dangerous encounters brady barr sprintx poison venom sting ocean fish
20 Jun 2009
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Dr. Mike tracks the trail of the world’s most venomous snake throughout the Australian outback. New episodes of Bite Me With Dr. Mike air Tuesday nights at 10PM, only on Travel Channel. *******www.travelchannel****/TV_Shows/Bite_Me_with_Dr_Mike
15 Jul 2009
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Lian gets bitten by a western diamondback rattlesnake in Tucson Arizona whilst tending to a friends garden. The snake was about 4foot long, and bit her on two knuckles. She needed over 20 vials of anti-venom. Two months on, she still can't straighten her fingers.
9 Sep 2009
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WORLD'S MOST DANGEROUS ANIMALS *******DeadlyAnimals.SeoWebVideo**** Thousands of people die each year from snakebites to scorpion stings. A casual day of swimming in the ocean can turn deadly in a matter of seconds. Animals have evolved overtime to become killing machines! Not only for their own survival but for protection as well. You can say that nature has made certain species of animals top of their class. Here is a list of the most venomous animals on the planet! *******DeadlyAnimals.SeoWebVideo****
19 Apr 2010
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WORLD'S MOST POISONOUS ANIMAL *******DeadlyAnimals.SeoWebVideo**** Thousands of people die each year from snakebites to scorpion stings. A casual day of swimming in the ocean can turn deadly in a matter of seconds. Animals have evolved overtime to become killing machines! Not only for their own survival but for protection as well. You can say that nature has made certain species of animals top of their class. Here is a list of the most venomous animals on the planet! *******DeadlyAnimals.SeoWebVideo****
28 Nov 2009
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POISONOUS SNAKES *******DeadlyAnimals.SeoWebVideo**** Thousands of people die each year from snakebites to scorpion stings. A casual day of swimming in the ocean can turn deadly in a matter of seconds. Animals have evolved overtime to become killing machines! Not only for their own survival but for protection as well. You can say that nature has made certain species of animals top of their class. Here is a list of the most venomous animals on the planet! *******DeadlyAnimals.SeoWebVideo****
28 Feb 2011
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Snake wrangling started in the early 1900's, we want to highlight Rene Stiles for the work she did traveling around with snakes, lizards, frogs and even venomous snakes! it's an awesome story of one of the early pioneers of the reptile hobby. Follow me at: *******www.twitter****/snakebytestv Join our community: *******www.snakebytestv.ning****
24 Feb 2010
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a glimpse of the world's largest venomous snake.
10 Apr 2010
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*******www.rc-helicopter-store****/venom-rc-aircraft Can you really have fun with paper airplanes and do they even WORK?! Yes and YES! Venom has some amazing paper pocket flyers.
10 Nov 2010
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BY JENNIFER MECKLES ANCHOR JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy Only in Texas, would you hear this: “Tomorrow I get to skin snakes and chop their heads off and I am super excited about it.” (CNN) That’s the newly crowned Miss Snake Charmer 2011. She helped kick off this weekends annual Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater Texas by doing just what she said -- killing and skinning a snake. Grossed out yet? The roundup started more than half a century ago so that farmers and ranchers could reduce the number of snakes in their fields. Thousands of snakes are hunted, milked for their venom, killed, skinned, deep-fried... and sold to the crowd. It’s all part of the carnival-esque event -- which draws tens of thousands of visitors each year. (KTXS) Ever tried rattlesnake meat? The LA Times explains why this Texas tradition has mouths watering: “The festivals provide brave souls an opportunity to view the venomous bounty close-up and chow down on their flesh. (Many say it tastes like chicken. Really.) ... Bon appetit.” One of the Roundup volunteers tells the Daily Mail -- this event isn’t meant to be barbaric. It’s simply how locals control the unruly rattlesnake population in West Texas. “They bite livestock, they bite the animals, your pets. They'll bite kids, people. They're a very serious problem around here.” But not everyone agrees. In an open letter to Reporter News in Abilene, one angry Texan says this about the Roundup: “One of the largest gatherings of ignorant, inhumane hillbillies in the country... This has nothing to do with controlling the snake population. It's about money and tradition. A tradition which shows and teaches tremendous disrespect toward nature.” The vendors also collect snake venom at the event -- claiming it will help researchers find cures for cancer and heart disease. National Geographic talked to a snake specialist who says, no way. “I think it is just a useless pacifier to give to the masses to say -- OK this justifies our killing and treating this animal like its some type of nasty creature. Once again, they’re just out to make a buck.” Not just a buck -- lots of bucks. The local ABC affiliate KTXS reports this event is a HUGE economic boom for the area -- estimating this years profits will be close to $1 million. A blogger for KingSnake**** is livid: “Never mind that the roundup breaks most of the health laws in the state. Never mind that it breaks every provision of the state cruelty to animals laws. The roundup is big business and no politician or government employee would dare risk his future by doing the right thing.” Sweetwater isn’t the only rattlesnake roundup in the southern US --- its just the biggest. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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