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Ok so this video is like a year old but for some reason its getting popular again and we keep getting requests for a repost. So here is a classic Break video of a bar fight double knock out.
17 Apr 2008
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This is the most heart breaking video I have ever seen, if you can't afford to buy a Xbox 360 for your kid, please don't do that. This is not funny at all, I believe the kid is getting his depression very soon, what do you think?
11 Sep 2008
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"Pepsi Sucks" video removed from Break****!? On April 16th, 10pm EST Break**** posts the video "Pepsi Promotion Backfires with Fans" on their homepage. Pepsi promised fans 250 tickets and a chance to meet Goose Gossage. That Didn't Happen and the fans went nuts chanting "Pepsi Sucks." Very quickly, tons of views and comments appear on the Break**** video. But by 2pm EST the nest day, video was taken down from the Break**** Homepage. What's up Break****? Why would you take it down? more on the story: *******www.gettingspotted**** more on twitter: *******www.twitter****/gettingspotted
18 Apr 2009
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We did a box break video of 2009 Topps UFC Round 1. Pulled some good Autos and Relics including Rampage and Lyoto Machida.
7 Jun 2009
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"Blah, blah, H1N1 blah," is what many kids hear when their parents try to teach them how to avoid getting H1N1, or the swine flu. To cut through the blahs let DocRock and his H1N1 Rap teach your kids how to avoid catching H1N1 or the regular seasonal flu. Health service company CIGNA and Dr. Mache Seibel, a.k.a. DocRock, have produced a rap video teaching kids five steps they can take to avoid getting H1N1 available free on CIGNA's new YouTube channel www.youtube****/cignatv. There you'll also find other "Healthful Hints," stories from people who have overcome their illnesses and injuries, and videos on CIGNA's health-related projects, including Re-Mission, the ground-breaking video game that helps kids fight cancer. H1N1 threatens to sicken millions of children. It is critical that they learn to protect themselves, and one way kids can learn is through music. DocRock's catchy H1N1 Rap gives kids a memorable way to follow the steps provided by the Centers for Disease Control to avoid contracting the H1N1 flu. "If you can sing about a health issue, you can talk about it, and talking about it helps change behavior. Getting kids to sing about steps to avoid H1N1 helps them follow those steps," Dr. "DocRock" Seibel said. Dr. Seibel is a board-certified physician who teaches at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. As DocRock, he is an award-winning composer and performer of songs that help teach kids healthy behaviors through his HealthRock program. Produced for CIGNA
4 Nov 2009
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Some serious pwnage talk here as this excitable gamer nears the end of Kingdom Hearts 2.freak out gamer game video game kingdom hearts kingdom pwn own pwnage trash talk break break**** video
14 Apr 2010
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Are you a Noob...fan? Watch this back-breaking video for a vintage Mortal Kombat gross/exciting sensation.
17 Feb 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching breaking video news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. First up, world news. In Bahrain — police forces unleashed an operation on protests without a warning. This, after a day of peaceful rallies. euronews reports. “Witnesses say it was a brutal assault. Most people were asleep when the people arrive in force, armed with tear gas an rubber bullets. The opposition says three people had been killed and dozens are thought to have been injured.” Still on world news — a Pakistani court gives the government until March 14 to decide whether Raymond Davis, an American official accused of killing two Pakistanis, has diplomatic immunity. The Christian Science Monitor says the three week delay was requested by the Pakistani Ministry of Foreign Affairs so it could further investigation on Davis. The case has brought the relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan — a key Middle East ally — to a new low. In U.S. news — Republican Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts made a shocking revelation in a tell-all interview with 60 Minutes. ABC reports, “The Massachusetts senator has revealed he was physically and psychologically abused by a series of stepfathers and even sexually abused, by a camp counselor.” Brown: "...but it was, certainly, back then very traumatic. He said that if you tell anybody I'll kill ya." And Boston Herald talks to a political expert who thinks the senator’s revelation is a pre-emptive strike — saying, the senator’s revelation paints him as a hardluck comeback kid — an image sure to make his odds better come 2012 elections. The interview is slated to air on Sunday. In entertainment -- Halle Berry’s custody battle to keep 3 month old daughter Nahla is heating up again. Yesterday, her ex-husband hulled the actress into court and gave her this ultimatum -- choose your career, or your child. TMZ says Halle wanted to take Nahla to New York for her next film -- but was given the Sophie’s Choice scenario instead. Earlier this year, she dropped the film “New Year’s Eve” to begin fighting with ex-husband Gabriel Aubry, but despite this she offered to put Gabriel Aubry in a swanky hotel to be with Nahla -- he declined asking, “Why can’t she just leave her here?” Unfortunately for the unemployed ex-husband, the courts ruled in favor of Halle. She’s expected to take Nahla to NYC in two weeks, pending more backlash from Aubry. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Feb 2011
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19 Feb 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource breaking video news analysis from Newsy. This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In world news — efforts to restore the cooling system at Japan’s crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Plant resume today. Workers were seen spraying water on the buildings that house Reactors 2 and 3. But, as the BBC reports, this is a complicated process. “Steam’s rising from one of the reactors. Yesterday, there was smoke. The authorities admit they don’t know why.” Official: “There’s no detail assessment and analysis to be conclusive, but we can also say today that this the regulation level was exceeded. So monitoring and analysis will continue.” Still in world news — after a wave of defections from his senior army commanders and diplomats, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has now accepted an exit strategy by the end of the year. But The New York Times says that may not satisfy demonstrators — especially after Saleh’s bloody crackdown, which killed 45 people last Friday. A government official says details of the plan are still being worked out. And in Libya, an American warplane crashed overnight. The cause of the crash is said to be engine failure, and both crew members are alive and safe. The incident is the first known setback to the Western coalition as it continues to enforce a no-fly zone over the oil-rich country. Meanwhile, Al Jazeera reports, forces loyal to Gaddafi have not ceded ground on two eastern Libyan towns. “Gaddafi’s forces have lost a lot of tanks and heavy armor in the last two days, but they still have plenty more. They are vulnerable to attack from the air. But on the ground, they’re still a force to be reckoned with.” In health news -- Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital makes history as the first U.S. hospital to perform a full facial transplant, giving a 25-year-old Texan a new lease on life. ABC has more. ANCHOR: “The team of more than 30 physicians, nurses, anesthesiologists, and residents worked for more than 15 hours to replace the facial area of patient Dallas Wiens. Dr. Pomahac spoke at a press conference earlier today.” POMAHAC: “The facial tissues were recovered including the skin, underlying musculature nerves, all based on vessels that were reconnected to the recipient in one block.” In entertainment -- Jimmy Kimmel got an unexpected visitor when Charlie Sheen dropped in on a live broadcast -- bringing with him shameless acts of self promotion and affection for the host. CUBAN: “Charlie [Sheen] is a smart guy.” KIMMEL: “He is a smart guy.” CUBAN: “He doesn’t get near the credit he deserves.” SHEEN: “[Expletive]” (Cheering) KIMMEL: “I had this dream before and it doesn’t end well!” SHEEN: “Me too. But mine ends well!” (Video: ABC) Think his behavior is a little over the top? Sheen’s soon-to-be-ex-wife Brooke Mueller thinks so. In Radar Online’s exclusive report, she’s asked a judge to order Sheen to go through a psychological examination before he can again see his two twin boys. Stay with Newsy**** for more analyses on news throughout the day. I’m Jim Flink for Newsy Now — highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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20 Jun 2013
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Best Time to visit Shimla Snowfall Latest and breaking Videos News & pictures on Shimla Snowfall and see latest updates, Hindi news, information from Bharat Khabar.
17 Jan 2017
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