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My 18 year old cat reacts like this everytime you talk baby talk to him
28 Mar 2007
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Anime Music Video
30 May 2009
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From the Backstage Pass Sessions w/ TOM COCHRANE & Andrew Cole. *******www.andrewcole.ca/
27 May 2010
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National bestselling author Dara Girard brings her new contemporary romance series, The Black Stockings Society. Four women, one club, and a secret that will make all their fantasies come true. Indulge yourself in this sensuous and exciting series.
30 Aug 2009
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June 30, 2011 (3:32) NATO Kills Connected Militant in Hotel Attack; Final Vote in Greece; Attorney Focused on Murder in Bulger Case; MN Shutdown Looms; Colbert superPAC
1 Jul 2011
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BY CHRISTIE NICKS ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy. The latest battle in the ballyhoo to build a fence along the Mexican border -- involves private donations and prisoner labor. The State of Arizona has announced it will actively seek private donors to do what the state says -- the federal government won’t. Fox News has the background. "Governor Jan Brewer just signing a bill launching a website to raise funds. And the market pitch, get this, could include offering sponsorships for contributors or certificates, saying the person helped build the Arizona wall. I don't know John, it could be like a ballpark?" Now wait a minute, Mother Jones says, haven’t we heard this pitch before? “This isn't the first time Arizona has tried soliciting donations to carry out state business. In 2010, faced with an extraordinary budget deficit due to the deflated housing bubble and some pretty terrible legislating, the legislature passed a new law that sought to balance the budget by kindly asking citizens to donate money to the "IDidn'tPayEnoughFund" (their phrase, not mine).“ But Gather says, at least Arizona is willing to back up -- what its spouts off about. “People are fed up with the lack of border security, and landowners on the border, at the most immediate risk, want action...the plan would use minimum security prisoners. ... The prisoners' pay? Fifty cents per hour. Compared to the double-digit dollar figure for construction workers, that sounds like the deal of the century.” But before you says -- brilliant! Consider this. The Tucson Citzen notes, the State of Arizona -- has very little say about much of the land which borders Mexico. “There is just one little problem with the scheme of Arizona building its own border fence….most of the border is owned by the US federal government or the Tohono O’dham Indian Nation...The chances of the federal government allowing the state to run around federal land constructing roads and a border fence are approximately zero....” Finally, the New York Post says, don’t forget -- Arizona is still trying to dig itself out of debt from it’s OTHER immigration fight with the federal government. “...Arizona is already using funds collected from across the country in order to defend their immigration laws (SB 1070) from a federal government lawsuit to prevent implementation. It is going to take millions more than they have already collected to defend 1070 so it seems unlikely that there will be enough money to build the fence.” 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
14 May 2011
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Seventy-five years ago, while Korea was under the Japanese suppression, children of Korean-Japanese mixture were rare phenomena. Author Mirriam M. Batts is one of these children who was born between Korean and Japanese parents. In this fascinating autobiographical account which is also a record of social life of very ordinary citzens, she tells the story of her life from 1929 to 1945. Get a glimpse of life in Japan, Korea and China prior to the end of World War II as you follow this fascinating story. But this tale does not end here as Aiko's Journey continues…
13 Sep 2011
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NICK, A SENIOR CITZEN(90) RECENTLY LOST HIS WIFE OF FIFTY YEARS(50) woke up alone at 2 00 pm ( LIKE MANY CITIZENS OF ONTARIO CANADA) ignored by his family... left to his sorry..... WANDERED DOWN ALONE TO THE KENSINGTON MARKET IN TORONTO CANADA, FILLED FULL OF FAIRIES, MUSICIANS AND MAGICIANS WHO WEAVED THEIR MAGIC.... and brought out his happiness, from the depths of the loneliness brought to him by his family WATCH HIM go from sadness to joy by kissing a fairy....
26 Sep 2011
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