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Vintage Pitts Biplane runs out of gas and goes down in a cornfield. Amazingly the pilot was not hurt. One of the rescue members fell in the search, but he is okay. No animals were hurt and no damage was done to the Plane. It flew again. This 30 year old Byron Pitts S2A is a strong bird with an unusual sound and is running a Rossi speed .61 on a belt drive. Hope you enjoyed this video. Please subscribe, as there is more to come. Thanks for watching, Dave
16 Dec 2008
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V2497 Walking into a cornfield. You could get lost quickly, but in the most delightful way! Real People having Real Fun!
15 Dec 2010
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Just crazy!! A guy cycling fullspeed into the cornfield!!
5 Nov 2009
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Gorgeous burrowing owl posing on a perch in a cornfield surrounded by singing red-winged blackbirds during a Sonoran Desert sunset.
9 Jul 2009
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Gorgeous burrowing owl posing on a perch above a cornfield amidst singing red-winged blackbirds during a Sonoran Desert sunset.
9 Jul 2009
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clever crop circle
7 Jan 2007
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Scarecrow in a cornfield, Halloween
19 Mar 2010
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Sharine O'Neill performing "Watching" live in concert - unplugged
16 Nov 2008
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*******ourvideosite****/View/V2496 Moo. Real People having Real Fun!
15 Dec 2010
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Clip of Waylon in 1971 shortly before the "Outlaw Days", this clip was on Hee-Haw, and includes some "cornfield county" jokes, great tune from "Ol' Waylon".
11 Oct 2006
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19 Nov 2008
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY DAN CORNFIELD You're watching multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy. Fans and players are seething after Chicago Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler sat out most of the second half during the NFC Championship game with a “knee injury.” We quote it - because a lot of people aren’t buying it. NFL players vented via Twitter. Former Tampa Bay Linebacker Derrick Brooks wrote... “HEY there is no medicine for a guy with no guts and heart.” Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew tweeted... “All I’m saying is that he can finish the game on a hurt knee … I played the whole season with one.” Many Bears fans felt Cutler quit when the heat was on. Some shared their anger on YouTube and burned all ties with No. 6. (Video: YouTube (Warning: explicit language)) Cutler was eventually diagnosed with a 2nd degree MCL sprain. Then the conversation shifted from injury to interest level. Amy Turek of the Huffington Post wrote... “Still, I question Cutler's ability to demonstrate emotional leadership on a team that desperately needs offensive leadership. Whether he was able to play or not, he appeared to have mentally checked out of the game after his injury.” Fox Sports’ Jimmy Johnson agrees sharing his view of Cutler’s leadership or lack there of. JIMMY JOHNSON: “I think Jay Cutler can be a much better Quarterback than what he is today. Now we don’t know what his injury situation is, but I think this off-season he needs to have a radical attitude change. At times he is very surly, he’s very standoffish. I don’t think he brings out the best in his teammates.” Former NFL player Howard Griffith explained to critics on Comcast SportsNet that’s just how he is. Griffith: “Look at his body language, he’s not into it, he sits at the end of the bench, why is he... he’s not a leader. It’s just his personality. If you like it or not, it’s his personality. But to jump out and talk about ‘he’s soft, and he’s not tough’ is wrong.” Now the Bears enter the offseason, and feelings towards Cutler may continue to smolder until he is back on the field next season. But what do you think? Did he quit on his team? Or was it just Jay being Jay? Get more multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy.
28 Jan 2011
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY DAN CORNFIELD You're watching multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy. What in the world is going on in The Little Apple? Frank Martin’s Kansas State Wildcats came into the season ranked number 3 team in the country. Now reeling at mid-season, the once Big 12 favorites have lost marquee sophomore Wally Judge, who quit the team. He’s the second player to pack his bags in January. The Kansas City Star’s Kellis Robinet caught Martin after practice. “Wally quit the team today. He’s not happy. I kinda saw it coming because of some of his emotional situations. He just has not been enjoying it. He told me today that he thinks it is time for a change.” Besides the two players who quit, two of the team’s starters were suspended for 3 games earlier this season. CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander says, this could be lights out on a promising season. “(Wally) Judge leaving the team comes just more than two weeks after Freddy Asprilla chose to pack his bags. It's chaos in the Little Apple of Manhattan, Ks., and while those remaining on the team are no doubt trying to fight through this and make a run, surely many of them are thinking, in the back of their minds, how quickly they need this nightmare season to end.” K-State finished last season in the Elite 8, and entered this season with high expectations. Instead their record is 14-8, and just 2-5 in the Big 12. Frank Martin vented after a recent loss to Colorado, shown on K-State Collegian’s YouTube Channel. “We got too much drama on our basketball team. It’s hard to move forward when your constantly, you know, dealing with guys that are in and out, in and out, in and out. We’re not very disciplined.” The Topeka Democrat Examiner’s Wayne Hodges says, the drama isn’t coming from the players, it’s coming from Martin -- who just got a fat contract and whose tirades have become Sportcenter fodder. “Coach, (Wally) Judge is not happy because you’re not happy. See, with big money comes heightened expectations and immense pressure to win, and win big. Cursing out players and/or threatening to retract scholarships is only cute when you’re victorious. Not so when you’re getting your ass kicked on a daily basis.” Regardless of who’s unhappy or why, the Manhattan Mercury’s Cole Manbeck spoke with Wildcat Curtis Kelly, who compares the teams season -- to an odyssey. "We've been through a tough storm," the senior forward said. “In a storm, anybody that's still on the boat — surviving on the boat has got to be strong. All the people that dove off weren't strong enough." So who do you think is rocking the boat in Manhattan? The coach? The players? Or was it just not sea-worthy in the first place? Get more multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy.
5 Feb 2011
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BY DAN CORNFIELD You're watching multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy. Go East, young man. That seems to be the theme of current NBA superstars. The dust has settled after the NBA trade deadline and many believe the power now lies in the Eastern Conference. LeBron James says, “Everybody’s bringing their talents to the East. It’s going to be fun.” Not everyone agrees. In the last year, Carlos Boozer left Utah for Chicago Amare Stoudemire said so-long to Phoenix and went to the Knicks. Then last week, Carmelo Anthony packed his bags in Denver in favor of the Big Apple, taking aging point guard Chauncey Billups with him in the trade. And point guard Deron Williams left the Jazz for the Nets. The NY Sports Digest’s Anthony Straight says: forget how you view the players, what does it do to their teams? Straight: “The Cleveland Cavaliers astounding drop off from a contender during the Lebron era to the league’s worst team has become a cautionary tale. ... While the sudden loading of super power teams are shaping up in the East, smaller teams like Cleveland and Toronto or even Denver are left to pick up the pieces to rebuild once a franchise centerpiece leaves.” Straight also quoted Utah Jazz CEO Greg Miller as saying this sort of shift doesn’t do the fans, teams, or sponsors any good. The Oakland Tribune’s Monte Poole agrees, and believes the Easterly trend is dangerous for the league. Poole: “This disease is creeping into the NBA, carried not by the owners but the players. Rather than franchises cherry-picking coveted talent, talent is seeking out coveted franchises.” But ESPN’s Scoop Jackson calls a flagrant foul on those pointing fingers. Jackson: "It is blame misplaced. … But the fact remains that people -- the media and, to a degree, fans -- are upset, maybe because no one is used to this. The pecking order is being disturbed, and comfort in the results can't be found." NBA analyst Ric Bucher tells ESPN, even after the seismic shift of star players from the West, the East powerhouses still may not be good enough to take down the West in crunch time. Not even the flagship Boston Celtics. Bucher: “More important, as far as the league is concerned, if they get to the NBA Finals, I don’t like them against the Lakers now. Or actually, if the Oklahoma City Thunder are there, I don’t like them against them.” For now, the NBA champs still reside in the West, and the Lakers look to repeat the 3-peat. But the Eastern powers in Miami, Boston, Chicago and now New York have assembled the pieces to dethrone King Kobe. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos to receive daily updates. Get more multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
5 Mar 2011
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