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Social Media Managers are in huge demand right now. Visit *******www.bloopio****/socialmediamanager to learn how to either hire a Social Media Manager - or become one yourself.
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*******bit.ly/b6PhrB This "Odd-Ball" job didn't exist 18 months ago but demand is SO high right now a total jug-head can demand $5K- $10K a month part-time or full time. - Learn more of this simple but killer hot on demand income source here *******bit.ly/b6PhrB
4 Jul 2010
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*******bit.ly/b6PhrB This "Odd-Ball" job didn't exist 18 months ago but demand is SO high right now a total jug-head can demand $5K- $10K a month part-time or full time. - Learn more of this simple but killer hot on demand income source here *******bit.ly/b6PhrB
4 Jul 2010
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*******bit.ly/b6PhrB This "Odd-Ball" job didn't exist 18 months ago but demand is SO high right now a total jug-head can demand $5K- $10K a month part-time or full time. - Learn more of this simple but killer hot on demand income source here *******bit.ly/b6PhrB
4 Jul 2010
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HRMantra Software - Leading Vendor of HRMS Software, Mobile HR software, On Demand Software and HR Software Outsource in India. Contact HRMantra for best HRMS Software, HR Payroll Outsourcing, Mobile HR software and HR Software Outsource India or visit *******www.hrmantra****
15 Jul 2010
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This is just a quick run-through of a few of the things DesktopDirect.TV can do. You\\\'ll see on demand episodes, live streaming TV, and a few of the Apps in action. See more at *******www.desktopdirect.tv
2 Aug 2010
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This is just a quick run-through of a few of the things DesktopDirect.TV can do. You\\\'ll see on demand episodes, live streaming TV, and a few of the Apps in action. See more at *******www.desktopdirect.tv
2 Aug 2010
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SideUp Reply™ è l'innovativa soluzione on demand per la gestione del magazzino immediatamente disponibile via web. SideUp Reply™ controlla con la massima efficienza tutti i processi operativi di magazzino fornendo un accurato controllo sui livelli del tuo stock.
1 Oct 2010
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Want to get the full story? Catch Middle Men February 1st On Demand. Also available on DVD February 8th.
28 Jan 2011
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"Wanted" director Timur Bekmambetov gives physics the finger (again) in Russian export "Black Lightning". Yep, it's your typical average Joe-turned-superhero-via-flying-car scenario, and it's available on demand 2/8/11 and DVD 2/22/11.
8 Feb 2011
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St.Leonhard-Strasse 40, 9001 Saint-Gall - Tele.: +41 58 2298877 - *******www.migrationsamt.sg.ch - Vous allez obtenir une carte d'identité contenant des données biométriques. Voici quelques informations sur la démarche à suivre au centre de documents d'identité de Saint-Gall. service des étrangers, permis de séjour, procédure de demande d'asile, office fédérale, migration, passport biométrique provisoire, formulaire, carte d'identité
15 Feb 2011
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BY JESSICA HORD You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Muammar Gaddafi is blaming al-Qaeda for the protests in Libya. Yes, al-Qaeda. “The requests are not their’s the requests come from Bin Laden.” Gaddafi is claiming militants are using teenagers, slipping them quote, “hallucinogenic pills in their coffee with milk, like Nescafe. The National Post mocks the statement -- saying... “Now that’s scary: Libyan students drink Nescafe? Is there, like, no Starbucks in Tripoli?” The newspaper isn’t the only one getting a few punch lines out of Gaddafi’s statement. Jon Stewart got in a jab or two. “Wait a second, maybe it’s true.” “This might be a good time for the United States to slowly back out of the room. Because that is some Alien vs. Predator shit.” So is this a big bad battle of two villains -- or just more batty blabbering from a man whose days in power are numbered? ABC News: “The mind of a man who seems increasingly wild and unhinged. A rambling Muammar Gaddafi unleashed another bizarre rant...” MSNBC: “Gaddafi claimed that al-Qaeda is responsible for the protests, really?" CNN: “Today Gaddafi made another speech and if you thought his rant on Tuesday -- this rant -- seemed strange? Well the one today was even more bizarre. Full of ramblings and lies...” But was it all ramblings and lies? The Hindustan Times reports al-Qaeda cheering on the protesters in a statement made on jihadist forums. “We declare our support and aid to the Libyan revolution in its legitimate demands, and we assure our people in Libya that we are with you and we will not let you down.” According to Al Jazeera -- protesters say their demands have nothing to do with al-Qaeda. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
1 Mar 2011
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BY SAMANTHA MCCLENDON Anchor: Jennifer Meckles You're watching multisource business news analysis from Newsy (Fox News) “There is a real and growing concern about a possible revolt in Saudi Arabia. And that folks could be a game changer.” A Facebook page created for Saudi Arabia calls for quote- “A Day of Rage” on March 11. The page demands the release of political prisoners, more rights for women, and more. (International Business Times) A columnist tells Fox News about what protests in Saudi Arabia could mean for the United States. CHARLES KRUTHAMMER: “You get a major eruption on March 11, all Hell is breaking loose because Saudi Arabia is the prize, it’s the treasure, it’s the gold at the end of the rainbow. it’s everything for the world economy. Then you have to think of Western intervention.” Western intervention? That could be the case. Saudi Arabia is the world’s top oil producer, but as production from other oil-rich countries in the region grows more uncertain, the Saudis have stepped up to meet demand. The Sydney Morning Herald Reports... “It is believed that the Saudi state oil company had increased its output to more than 9 million barrels per day - a rise of more than 700,000 barrels. The worsening situation in Libya has led to a loss of about 1.2 million barrels out of its 1.6 million barrels of daily output." And a writer for USA Today explains how turmoil in Saudi Arabia could hit international pocketbooks. “If political unrest in Libya spreads to other oil-rich countries [such as Saudi Arabia] and the ensuing chaos disrupts crude oil production, gas prices could hit $5 a gallon by peak summer driving season, industry analysts say.” World Threats says over 400 people are involved on the Facebook page, but there’s no guarantee anything will get off the ground. “...it is unknown how many of them are actually inside Saudi Arabia. In addition, there is deep skepticism about the ability to organize such an event given the theocratic rule of the Royal Family.” So if gas prices were to hit 5 dollars a gallon, would you support U.S. intervention in Saudi Arabia? Leave your comments in the comments section. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
1 Mar 2011
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For the first time, Verizon FiOS TV's Flex View give you the ability to rent or by select Movies on Demand from all your devices - TVs, computers, and smart phones. Excited about this new service? Tell us how you plan to use it. For More on Verizon Flex View - *******www.verizon****/flexview Connect with Verizon: Facebook - *******www.facebook****/VerizonFiOS Twitter - *******twitter****/verizon Blog -- *******www.verizon****/athomeblog
15 Mar 2011
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BY HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Saudi troops are in Bahrain after violence there escalated over the weekend. Protesters blocked access to the financial district in the capital city of Manama. Bahraini police reportedly used tear gas, water cannons and rubber bullets to try and disperse the masses. The one thousand Saudi troops are trying to help the country’s Sunni Muslim rulers quell the opposition — led by the majority Shi’ite Muslims, who are demanding equal rights. But, Al Jazeera says, clashes might also exist within the opposition. “Analysts say this latest violence is increasing evidence of a split in the opposition. Between those calling for constitutional reform and others demanding the royal family go.” A euronews report focuses on the Bahraini royal family’s official response to Sunday’s violent clashes — and explains why protesters are hesitant to sit down for peace talks. “Hours after the clashes, Bahrain’s crown prince issued a statement, renewing assurances to the opposition that national dialogue would address their demands. But with tension escalating a spokesperson for the protesters said they wanted more positive gestures of reform before sitting down to talks.” Bahrain is home to the U.S. Navy 5th fleet, and is considered a key ally against Iran’s perceived threats. MSNBC says Iran, an overwhelmingly Shi’ite country, might have a hand in the Bahraini uprising. “Analysts have said Iran is backing the Shi’ite majority to cause unrest in this Sunni-led nation. A lot of people are describing it essentially as Bahrain is a proxy for the conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia...” Finally, the Christian Science Monitor explains why Saudi intervention might make things complicated — not just for the Middle East, but also for the U.S. “Their intervention underlines Saudi Arabia's deep worry over the unrest on its border ... Opposition groups said Monday that the Saudi intervention was a declaration of war. [One Gulf expert] says the entry of Saudi military forces will make the situation stickier for the US, which will find it more difficult to publicly criticize its key ally.” Saudi Arabia, a majority Sunni country, was quick to stifle its very own anti-government protests last week. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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Here's what happens when you force a woman to love you. Smart British guy goes on a date with Canadian girl. Well... kind of a date, he kidnaps her a little. He's convinced that by doing certain psychological steps, she will have no choice but to fall in love with him. Are science and mathematical laws powerful enough to manufacture a relationship? DEMAND IT at eventful**** and tell your twisted friends.
10 Apr 2011
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