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Based on the internet and nanotechnology, the National Optimists Party proposes a new scale of economic measure: the Economics of Abundance
27 Oct 2008
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The ABC of Walking Wisely is a brilliant 1950s educational film created just for boys and girls. This video teaches young children how to be safe when walking among streets filled with traffic. It is done in a simple manner, using the letters of the alphabet to describe what to do and what not to do acting as pedestrians, making the lessons easy to understand. There is the misbehaving 'J' walker, the gawking 'G' walker, the clownish 'K' walker, and many more throughout the film. What is timeless about this learning piece is it can be used even today for all our youth out there!
29 Oct 2008
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Say No to Strangers was developed for 1st and 2nd grade children so it is simple and not frightening like many other films of the same genre. In the film, children learn safety rules at school and must apply them to situations as they arise in the real world. A group of kids talk to a man who is trying to interest them in his dog, but the kids walk away. Later, they don’t comply when a woman tries to get them to get into her car, and they avoid a dark alleyway. The film also makes the frequent point that policemen are there to help kids, "Remember, the policeman always is your friend." After their adventures, the kids make posters of the rules they learned.
29 Oct 2008
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TrailerHits**** is the first and only show to review movie Trailers. Is "Proud American" a TrailerHit? or a TrailerMiss? Synopsis: Tolerance, freedom, education and personal responsibility, the pillars that make America a truly grand society. Proud American presents five powerful singular stories all of which magnify the themes mentioned above. Our film is an emotional, inspirational, and visual journey depicting America and the everyday Americans who exemplify the best that we can be. Distributed by Tubemogul.
19 Nov 2008
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Deonte, a stylist at Live! On Sunset, is convinced that he is the best stylist here? What do you think? Check out liveonsunset**** to find out more about Deonte.
3 Dec 2008
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This video will show you the difference between using a mortgage broker vs banks. You be the JUDGE!
8 Jan 2009
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11 Jan 2009
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You may find this interesant... DON'T FORGHET TO PRESS PAUSE IN ORDER TO FINISH REDING EACH SLIDE!
13 Jan 2009
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Goodbye, Bush. You did...pretty much nothing. I hope Obama can fulfill all of the promises he has made. Sorry I couldn't catch Obama taking the oath...had to catch up with some work. President Barack Obama takes office - and Former president Bush exits the area in a helicopter. Please don't flame - I understand some of you may not like president Barack Obama, but please do not flame this video or him. -Arightwizard
20 Jan 2009
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Meet hosts, Jamey, Lily, & Natalie of the new talk show for women; Table Topics. They'll be covering topics in breaking news, pop culture, and celebtrity gossip. With two shows a week, and everything going on around the world, there's always something to talk about. www.lifeforcetv****/tabletopics Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Nov 2009
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Dreaming of internet stardom? The experts at Funnyordie**** give tips on how to become an internet sensation.
22 Jan 2009
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The most recent recruiting Video for the The United Federation of Planets [UFP] gaming clan, specialising in Star Trek gaming and Star Trek carer simulation. Recruiting now for Star Trek Online.
9 Feb 2009
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Who's hiring right now? Do you want a job? Even in this troubled economy, there are lots of companies hiring. You may not be able to work from home for every job you go for but you may just get lucky with one of these. Intelligence for Your Life. www.tesh****
4 Feb 2009
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moody economy housing market a lowest point actions being taken to hopefully spur 4th quarter recovery 2009, cups of coffee prevent dementia if you drink 2 or more cups a day of coffee it greatly reduces your chances of getting dementia, good news and views, world and national news, myinboxnews****,
6 Feb 2009
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This is a show where you select your subject and we interview general people (the lay man) about how their thoughts on it. It is where your opinion is counting. Please help us! Thanks, Neha
6 Feb 2009
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The 9.6 oz Ruger LCP is another excellent choice as both an officer's backup gun or a civilian's primary carry gun. As stated in the review video, a 24/7 carry system generally has to be comfortable for its user to employ high percentage carry. And the LCP is indeed comfortable in carry. It is a close copy of the Kel-Tec P3-AT but does incorporate a couple of notable improvements: a memory groove above the magazine release, a convex shaped manual slide lock (should be function as last shot hold open as well!), a recessed mag release button, more precise molding on frame (glass-filled nylon), excellent build quality, and a slightly smoother trigger. For these reasons I do slightly prefer the Ruger LCP over the Kel-Tec P3-AT (with more competitors on the way) since their cost is similar. But the LCP also shares several of the design limitations inherent in these sub-compact polymer pistols: like low contrast milled-in sights, stiff DAO trigger, and mag release that can be easily actuated with the thumb. The sights are unimpressive and provide little precision. But with proper trigger control, the Ruger LCP with its 2.75 barrel is capable of impressive accuracy for its category. Expect to spend some time mastering this trigger and learning to maintain sight picture throughout the pull (rec. dry fire practice with snap caps for this). Rapid firing benchrest groups with the LCP (or any tiny pistol) is pretty much impossible but rounds can easily be kept into a plate sized area with practice. Field stripping, like the P3-AT, is relatively easy and reliability was excellent on this LCP with NO stoppages experienced. However some firing of your defensive load choice should be performed to ensure function. As noted in the table top review, Ruger has instituted a recall for early Ruger LCPs due to reports of ADs when dropped on hard surfaces (no details provided by Ruger). Factory upgrades to these models include a new hammer mechanism, heavier firing pin spring, and a titanium firing pin and these upgraded pistols can be identified by a diamond stamping in the portion below the hammer (pistols with the 370- serial number prefix need modification, 371- and subsequent models do not). I applaud Ruger for the recall and it does not affect my very favorable impression of the model. A nice Ruger soft case and lock (unneeded) are included with the LCP. Downsides of the LCP are few but might include non-functioning checkering on the grip, fewer factory accessories (vs Kel-Tec), and the mag release can still be accidentally actuated during firing (I think all these small pistols should have a heal mounted mag catch). But that's about it. Overall it's an impressive little gun that sets a new standard for super compact pistols that can comfortably and reliably serve as part of your personal defense systems. /////////////////////////Nutnfancy Likeability Scale: 9 of 10
2 Feb 2010
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