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*******www.cerealwednesday**** Cereal Wednesday review of Porridge
12 Nov 2008
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*******www.cerealwednesday**** Apple and Cinnamon Instant Oatmeal Review Distributed by Tubemogul.
19 Nov 2008
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*******www.cerealwednesday**** Eggo Cereal with Maple syrup is an alternative offering from Kelloggs to the actual Eggo waffles. Check out the full review along with others at *******www.cerealwednesday**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
16 Dec 2008
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A brief video on the Kupu'aina Coalition promoting the weekly live-streaming webcasts at www.stopsellingcededlands****
30 Dec 2008
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*******www.cerealwednesday**** Review of Post's Honeycomb Cereal Distributed by Tubemogul.
31 Dec 2008
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This is the commercial for the January 17, 2009 Ku I Ka Pono March. The commercial is scheduled to air on Hawai'i tv stations starting on January 14 through the 16th. come out for the march. Commercial is was created by Paliku Documentary Films with help from the Kupu'aina Coalition
15 Jan 2009
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Do you know 20 people (family, friends, neighbors, co-workers) who support justice for Native Hawaiians? E-mail us at kupuainagmail****
30 Jan 2009
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John P talks about the experience of owning a Central Vac system and what he leaned about dealing with it at CEDIA 2011
24 Sep 2011
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Una poli bailonga que cede sus movimientos de cadera para un spot de MoviStar
29 Nov 2007
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Una poli bailonga al ritmo de Georgi Dann que cede sus movimientos de cadera para un spot de MoviStar
29 Nov 2007
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Una poli bailonga al ritmo de Take me out de Franz Ferdinand que cede sus movimientos de cadera para un spot de MoviStar
29 Nov 2007
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Una poli bailonga al ritmo del famosos Mami que será lo que tiene el negro que cede sus movimientos de cadera para un spot de MoviStar
29 Nov 2007
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Una poli bailonga al ritmo del famoso “Suspiros de España” que cede sus movimientos de cadera para un spot de MoviStar
29 Nov 2007
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Una poli bailonga al ritmo del famoso “Supoer sexy girl” de Tony Manero que cede sus movimientos de cadera para un spot de MoviStar
29 Nov 2007
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Una poli bailonga al ritmo del famoso “Es una lata el trabajar” de Dinio que cede sus movimientos de cadera para un spot de MoviStar
29 Nov 2007
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The Path to The Nomination By Mark Penn, Chief Strategist Hillary Clinton Date: Wednesday, February 13, 2008 This election will come down to delegates. Votes are still being counted and delegates apportioned, but Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are separated by approximately 40 delegates right now – that is, barely 1% of all the delegates to the Democratic convention. Change Begins March 4th. Hillary leads in the three largest, delegate rich states remaining: Texas, Ohio and Pennsylvania. These three states have 492 delegates – 64 percent of the remaining delegates Hillary Clinton needs to win the nomination. According to the latest polls, Hillary leads in Texas (IVR Jan 30-31), Pennsylvania (Franklin & Marshall Jan 8-14) and Ohio (Columbus Dispatch Jan 23-31). After March 4th, over 3000 delegates will be committed, and we project that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama will be virtually tied with 611 delegates still to be chosen in Pennsylvania and other remaining states. This does not even include Florida and Michigan (where Hillary won 178 delegates), whose votes we believe should be counted. The reason Hillary is so strong in Ohio, Texas and Pennsylvania is that her message of delivering solutions resonates strongly with voters in those states. Hillary is the only candidate who can deliver the economic change voters want – the only candidate with a real plan and a record of fighting for health care, housing, job creation and protecting Social Security. The demographics in these states also favor Hillary Clinton. Hillary won among white women by 6 points in Virginia and 18 points in Maryland, and white women make up a much bigger share of the electorate in these states (41% of 2004 Ohio Democratic primary voters, for instance, compared with only 33-35% of 2008 Maryland and Virginia Democratic primary voters). Hillary has also won large majorities among Latinos nationwide – 73% in New York, 67% in California, 68% in New Jersey, 62% in New Mexico, 59% in Florida and 55% in Arizona. Latinos made up 24% of Texas Democratic primary voters in 2004, and may be an even larger share in 2008. Hillary Clinton has shown that she has the ability and organization to compete financially and on the ground. She raised 10 million dollars in just three days last week, and will be competitive with Barack Obama in fundraising and TV advertising from now through March 4th and beyond. She has a strong organization in each of these key states and endorsements from Governor Strickland, Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, and former Senator John Glenn in Ohio. Hillary had a huge 12,000 person rally in El Paso last night to kick off her Texas campaign. Again and again, this race has shown that it is voters and delegates who matter, not the pundits or perceived “momentum.” After Iowa, every poll gave Barack Obama a strong lead in New Hampshire, but he ended up losing the state. And after a defeat in South Carolina, Hillary Clinton went on to win by large margins in California, New York, Florida, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Arizona, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Arkansas. As history shows, the Democratic nomination goes to the candidate who wins the most delegates – not the candidate who wins the most states. In 1992, Bill Clinton lost a string of primaries before clinching the nomination. He ceded Iowa, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maryland, Arizona, Washington, Utah, Colorado, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Delaware, Vermont and South Dakota. And in 1976, Jimmy Carter lost twenty-three states before winning the nomination, including: Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, West Virginia, South Carolina, Alabama, Illinois, Mississippi, Minnesota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, California, Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii, and Utah. Keywords: Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, lead, win, pledged delegates, superdelegates, OH, TX, primaries, Democratic Convention, Mark Penn
14 Feb 2008
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