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Everything Now Is An Emergency,but on the other hand Everything is Fine ! So I wrote this song for TSA travelers and others enduring the perpetual global emergency to hum during their minor inconveniences.
1 Dec 2010
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I wrote this song for uptight TSA travelers,and anyone who is dealing with the perpetual Emergency as a happy tune to remind us all of our situation!
28 Nov 2010
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Baby Alera has a little skin problem. He must have got it from the other 2 kitties. The vet has provide some medicated shampoo and medicine. Hope they will get better soon. Everything is fine at the moment :)
12 Jun 2007
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This phenomenal classic animated propaganda film has the basic Cold War anti-communist theme, but talks about it in a unique and entertaining way. A traveling salesman called Dr. Utopia, selling bottles of "ISM" (communism), takes in four unsuspecting dopes who believe his promises about the powers of ISM to solve all their problems. They sample his wares, falling into a waking nightmare where they get a nasty taste of the lack of freedom they would face after relinquishing control over their factories and farms to the parent state. When a lone politician dares speak up, he is brainwashed and later shown with a phonograph for a head that plays “Everything is fine!” over and over. In the end, the character “John Q. Public” declaims about the way communists try to incite race hatred, class warfare, and religious intolerance, and the townspeople drive Dr. Utopia out of town, pelting him with bottles of ISM as he flees. This is must-see vintage animation with hilarious political themes.
20 Aug 2008
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Track twelve from Dan Bull's 2009 album Safe. Safe is available to buy on CD from or to download for free in mp3 format from through nuclear winter And rest Heal, reinforce, hold on And rise Welcome to your kingdom Your paradi** Welcome to your kingdom Your paradi** Bye bye bye In heaven everything is fine In heaven everything is fine In heaven everything is fine You got your good things And you got mine In heaven everything is fine
6 Jan 2009
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Grade 7–9—In this slangy, journal-style novel, Shiraz Bailey Wood, 15, lives in Essex and attends Mayflower Academy (generally known as Superchav Academy). She's a slacker at school and is behind much of the drama surrounding its official events (such as the fight that broke out at the Winter Festival). Everything is fine, though, until her best friend finds a new love interest and pushes Shiraz into the background; her sister and mother have a fight and Cava-Sue moves out; and a new, tough teacher comes to Mayflower Academy. Suddenly everything Shiraz knows is turned upside down and the only person she can tell is her new diary. This novel is packed with British slang and pop-culture references to the point of confusion. (A 14-page glossary is included.) Still, the plot is universal, proving that teenagers are the same worldwide. Shiraz is a witty and amusing narrator, and there are some laugh-out-loud moments.—Heather E. Miller, Homewood Public Library, AL Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
14 Jul 2009
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This model came to me Reverse Rudder (Left-right,right left rudder) when I use this adjustment everything is fine.
19 Jan 2010
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Middle-aged surgeon Bruno Hamel (Claude Legault), his wife Sylvie (Fanny Mallette) and their eight-year-old daughter Jasmine (Rose-Marie Coallier) are living a happy but fairly uneventful life in the quiet suburban town of Drummondville. That all changes one beautiful autumn afternoon when Jasmine fails to return home from school and is later found to have been raped and murdered by a local man, Anthony Lemaire (Martin Dubreuil). The loss of their daughter has a profound effect on Bruno and Sylvie, driving a wedge between them and leaving both, particularly Bruno, drowning in a whirlpool of despair. When the killer-rapist is eventually arrested and scheduled to appear in court charged with the multiple murders of young female victims, Bruno’s emotions turn from guilt and grief to anger and a desire for revenge inspiring him to hatch a detailed plot to kidnap Lemaire, take him to a secret location and make him pay for his crimes. Everything goes according to plan and with the monster now in his custody Bruno contacts the police and reveals his terrifying intentions: he will torture Lemaire for seven days before executing him and then turning himself in… A dark exploration of the mind of a man driven to the edge of sanity by his own grief, this bold thriller with graphic scenes of violence that push the scenario into the realms of pure horror premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2010 to wide acclaim. Starring Claude Legault (Everything Is Fine) as the broken father and husband seeking the ultimate revenge and Martin Dubreuil (The Broken Line; Everything Is Fine) as the killer-turned-victim, 7 Days co-stars Fanny Mallette (The Broken Line; Continental, A Film Without Guns; A Girl At The Window) and award winning, veteran Canadian actor Rémy Girard (Human Trafficking; The Barbarian Invasions; The Red Violin).
16 Jul 2010
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Middle-aged surgeon Bruno Hamel (Claude Legault), his wife Sylvie (Fanny Mallette) and their eight-year-old daughter Jasmine (Rose-Marie Coallier) are living a happy but fairly uneventful life in the quiet suburban town of Drummondville. That all changes one beautiful autumn afternoon when Jasmine fails to return home from school and is later found to have been raped and murdered by a local man, Anthony Lemaire (Martin Dubreuil). The loss of their daughter has a profound effect on Bruno and Sylvie, driving a wedge between them and leaving both, particularly Bruno, drowning in a whirlpool of despair. When the killer-rapist is eventually arrested and scheduled to appear in court charged with the multiple murders of young female victims, Bruno’s emotions turn from guilt and grief to anger and a desire for revenge inspiring him to hatch a detailed plot to kidnap Lemaire, take him to a secret location and make him pay for his crimes. Everything goes according to plan and with the monster now in his custody Bruno contacts the police and reveals his terrifying intentions: he will torture Lemaire for seven days before executing him and then turning himself in… A dark exploration of the mind of a man driven to the edge of sanity by his own grief, this bold thriller with graphic scenes of violence that push the scenario into the realms of pure horror premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2010 to wide acclaim. Starring Claude Legault (Everything Is Fine) as the broken father and husband seeking the ultimate revenge and Martin Dubreuil (The Broken Line; Everything Is Fine) as the killer-turned-victim, 7 Days co-stars Fanny Mallette (The Broken Line; Continental, A Film Without Guns; A Girl At The Window) and award winning, veteran Canadian actor Rémy Girard (Human Trafficking; The Barbarian Invasions; The Red Violin).
27 Jul 2010
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Middle-aged surgeon Bruno Hamel (Claude Legault), his wife Sylvie (Fanny Mallette) and their eight-year-old daughter Jasmine (Rose-Marie Coallier) are living a happy but fairly uneventful life in the quiet suburban town of Drummondville. That all changes one beautiful autumn afternoon when Jasmine fails to return home from school and is later found to have been raped and murdered by a local man, Anthony Lemaire (Martin Dubreuil). The loss of their daughter has a profound effect on Bruno and Sylvie, driving a wedge between them and leaving both, particularly Bruno, drowning in a whirlpool of despair. When the killer-rapist is eventually arrested and scheduled to appear in court charged with the multiple murders of young female victims, Bruno’s emotions turn from guilt and grief to anger and a desire for revenge inspiring him to hatch a detailed plot to kidnap Lemaire, take him to a secret location and make him pay for his crimes. Everything goes according to plan and with the monster now in his custody Bruno contacts the police and reveals his terrifying intentions: he will torture Lemaire for seven days before executing him and then turning himself in… A dark exploration of the mind of a man driven to the edge of sanity by his own grief, this bold thriller with graphic scenes of violence that push the scenario into the realms of pure horror premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2010 to wide acclaim. Starring Claude Legault (Everything Is Fine) as the broken father and husband seeking the ultimate revenge and Martin Dubreuil (The Broken Line; Everything Is Fine) as the killer-turned-victim, 7 Days co-stars Fanny Mallette (The Broken Line; Continental, A Film Without Guns; A Girl At The Window) and award winning, veteran Canadian actor Rémy Girard (Human Trafficking; The Barbarian Invasions; The Red Violin).
28 Jul 2010
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Middle-aged surgeon Bruno Hamel (Claude Legault), his wife Sylvie (Fanny Mallette) and their eight-year-old daughter Jasmine (Rose-Marie Coallier) are living a happy but fairly uneventful life in the quiet suburban town of Drummondville. That all changes one beautiful autumn afternoon when Jasmine fails to return home from school and is later found to have been raped and murdered by a local man, Anthony Lemaire (Martin Dubreuil). The loss of their daughter has a profound effect on Bruno and Sylvie, driving a wedge between them and leaving both, particularly Bruno, drowning in a whirlpool of despair. When the killer-rapist is eventually arrested and scheduled to appear in court charged with the multiple murders of young female victims, Bruno’s emotions turn from guilt and grief to anger and a desire for revenge inspiring him to hatch a detailed plot to kidnap Lemaire, take him to a secret location and make him pay for his crimes. Everything goes according to plan and with the monster now in his custody Bruno contacts the police and reveals his terrifying intentions: he will torture Lemaire for seven days before executing him and then turning himself in… A dark exploration of the mind of a man driven to the edge of sanity by his own grief, this bold thriller with graphic scenes of violence that push the scenario into the realms of pure horror premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2010 to wide acclaim. Starring Claude Legault (Everything Is Fine) as the broken father and husband seeking the ultimate revenge and Martin Dubreuil (The Broken Line; Everything Is Fine) as the killer-turned-victim, 7 Days co-stars Fanny Mallette (The Broken Line; Continental, A Film Without Guns; A Girl At The Window) and award winning, veteran Canadian actor Rémy Girard (Human Trafficking; The Barbarian Invasions; The Red Violin).
18 May 2011
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Original music and lyrics by Ronna DeLoe, with assistance from Dwight Burtis, Harry DeLoe and Kevin Martin. Find us at www.freezeframebandsite****. Performers: Ronna DeLoe, keys and vocals; Dwight Burtis, flute and vocals; Harry DeLoe, timbales and vocals; Kevin Martin, guitar, congas and vocals; John Keyser, drums; Jacob McCarthy, bass. Video editing and audio by Mark Francis at My Thrill Studio, Winterport, Maine; www.mythrillstudio****. Video by Kate Tardif. Still photos by Bobbi Berracah. Freeze Frame is a Maine-based band, found at www.freezeframebandsite****. Freeze Frame is: Ronna DeLoe, keys, synthesizer, organ and vocals; Harry DeLoe, alto, tenor and baritone sax, congas, bongos, timbales and vocals; Kevin Martin, guitar and vocals; Dwight Burtis, soprano, alto, tenor and baritone sax, flute, clarinet and vocals; John Keyser, drums and vocals; Bobbi Berracah, lead vocals; and Jacob McCarthy, bass. Freeze Frame is part of the 99%, pooling its resources to record this audio and video. Freeze Frame has Maine roots but also has members originally from Rhode Island and New York. Freeze Frame is available for weddings, parties, corporate events, outdoor events, festivals, bar mitzvahs, political events, etc. See website for details and contact information. Lyrics to Chorus: Occupy, Occupy We're the 99, Reaching out, out of reach We're told everything is fine, Middle class, lower class, Now we're all the same, Mad as hell, won't give in, To their money game. (Last time: To their stinkin' game).
6 Dec 2011
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