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Radio control SR-71 Blackbird.
4 Jun 2006
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ALPINE Electronics Blackbird mobile navigation
5 Mar 2007
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A Yellow Headed Blackbird, bounces around in gusting wind!
17 Jun 2007
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A Real Estate Video Tour featuring Blackbirds Bakery and Grill located at 900 East Highway 20, Twisp Washington 98856. This commercial property is available for sale by the B&B group, featuring Commercial Development & Business Opportunities. This business opportunity, priced reasonably at $219,000, is the peaceful mountain living and prosperous entrepreneur opportunity you have been dreaming about. Contact Melissa Bunney at 425-737-5035 or melissabunneygmail**** for information today. This real estate video tour is presented by AgentCasts - www.AgentCasts****
3 Dec 2007
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The SR-71 Blackbird was in service from 1964 to 1998 and was operated by the U.S. Air Force from United States and select NATO air bases. Capable of speeds in excess of mach 3+(2,200 mph+) and 85,000 feet, the Blackbird was the most capable platform for strategic reconnaissance. It's ability to launch to a specific target and return with the required intelligence in a matter of hours was unsurpassed by any other platform or country. The SR-71 was developed by the infamous Lockheed Skunk Works and the primary construction material was a Titanium alloy. The two Pratt & Whitney J-58-P4/32,500 lb. thrust engines had aerospikes at the inlet of the engine. The spikes moved in and out in order to control the airflow through the engine during the transition from subsonic to supersonic speeds. This feature, coupled with the afterburners unique design, allowed the SR-71 to cruise in continuous afterburner with a high degree of efficiency.
25 Feb 2008
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*******live.pirillo**** - A caller to the 888-PIRILLO line asked me what my opinion is on the new HP Blackbird 002. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to use this product, so I don't have an opinion. If you're talking about a gaming rig, then you definitely NEED a pc... not a Mac.
27 Feb 2008
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Giles Martin, Grammy Award-winning producer, and an award-winning guitarist teach you how to play "Blackbird" by The Beatles from Abbey Road Studios in London. This is a sample of a 58 minute video available for download at iVideosongs****.
26 Mar 2008
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My very first Machinima music video! The Alter Bridge song, "Blackbird", performed by WoW's L70ETC.
9 Feb 2009
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This origami-blackbird is folded and designed by Joost Langeveld.
31 Mar 2009
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Introducing HP Blackbird 002. HP Blackbird 002 is a machine born from the minds of gamers, created with gamers in mind. Designed by HP's Voodoo Business Unit (VBU), HP Blackbird 002 offers gamers new levels of innovation and versatility. Every element of HP Blackbird 002 from its aluminum chassis to the cast-aluminum foot contributes to its dynamic look and its extreme performance. This configuration includes Intel's Q9450 Core 2 Quad processor with 12MB of cache for incredibly faster response from all your programs. Also onboard are 4GB of Corsair Dominator PC8500 memory, a 500GB SATA hard drive, Lightscribe optical drive, flash media reader, and dual NVIDIA GT9800 512MB video cards. This awesome gaming computer also runs Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit with SP1 so you can easily control all your stuff and enjoy DX10 graphics.
10 Sep 2008
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Blackbird. Comments welcomed!
21 Nov 2008
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Acoustic Compilation CD available to buy from Website. *******www.TheZodiacSessions**** *******www.myspace****/thezodiacsessions ***********/thezodiacsessions *******www.bebo****/thezodiacsessions Felix "Sonnyboy" Wilson playing "Bluebird Blackbird" at the Zodiac Sessions which is held every Wednesday in Bruxelles Bar, Dublin. FELIX SONNYBOY WILSON World Travelling, Street Minstrel & Poet. At age 16 Felix started performing in a Chicago based sandwich company called PotBellys in Ann Arbor, MI. After graduating high school at 17 he took his mothers banjo from the wall and moved to Burlington Vermont, collecting old records and learning a few songs on the 5 string banjo. Singing at the Radio Bean in Burlington and becoming a busker on Church St. for the love of spreading old time music. At 19 after travelling down from Alaska he landed in Bellingham, Washington still busking in the streets, collecting 78 records and began working at a preschool starting a program he called: Interactive American Folk Songs for Children. That summer he went to Europe with a friend Mr. Jones where busking as a duet, singing gospel and country music they moved from Paris to Barcelona and on to Florence. Jones headed back to the US while Felix headed north to Ireland busking from Grafton St in Dublin to Shop St in Galway. After Europe he found his way back to Bellingham living on the Lummi Indian Reservation for a month, recording his first kids' album called the Leather Winged Bat. That fall he drove across the Great Northern back to Vermont for a snowy winter, where he hid in a cabin writing songs in a small community on a mountain called the Quarry Hill. He drove off the mountain to sing with the banjo in schools, hospitals, librarys, YMCAs and even a detention center all over the state. In the spring he left for a trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina with a group of students on spring break, where a fiddle player named Deep Sea and Felix walked with their instruments for one month on the AT hiking from North Carolina to Virginia. Once in Virginia they began hitchhiking down the old hillbilly highway route 421 for the purpose of studying the Ole Ballads making it to Berea College Kentucky, Niles Center in Lexington ending at the famous Carter Family Fold. He then went back to Burlington for the summer living in an art studio space The Bakery and recorded a solo album Take a Walk Opie. In the fall he went back to Bellingham to form a country rock band called the Muddy Boots band playing weekly gigs around western Washington. The spring of 2008 brought the debut of two new albums 'American Folk Songs for Familys' and The Muddy Boots Album titled 'How Has It Come To Be?' Since the summer of 2008 he has returned to Europe playing shows at venues around Ireland and continues to busk on Grafton St with the banjo and kazoo Travelling on.... Felix SonnyBoy Wilson:::: *******www.myspace****/felixsonnyboywilson
15 Feb 2011
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