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Ronaldo escaped without any injury. The only victim was his new Ferrari. LONDON (TICKER) —Manchester United wing Cristiano Ronaldo walked away uninjured after crashing his Ferrari sports car on Monday. The front of the high-performance vehicle was completely demolished after it hit a roadside barrier under a tunnel near Manchester Airport. Police spoke to the Portuguese winger at the scene and he then made his way to the clubs training ground near Sale. The crash happened on the A538 which takes traffic under the airport runways between Wilmslow and Hale. The 23-year-olds red Ferrari struck a metal hand-rail which guards an emergency exit door in the tunnel. Skid marks were clearly visible at the scene of the crash and one of the wheels came off. At about 10:20 a.m. police were called to the A538 Wilmslow Road near to Manchester Airport following reports of a road traffic collision, Greater Manchester Police said in a statement. Officers attended and discovered a Ferrari had collided with a barrier. No one is believed to have been injured. Inquiries are continuing. Manchester United confirmed the Ballon dOr winner was unhurt. He was involved in an incident this morning. No other cars were involved, a club spokesman said. Hes fine and is training as normal with the team. Ronaldo came on as a substitute in the final 30 minutes of his teams 1-0 Carling Cup defeat to Derby last night. His teammate, goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar, was reported to have been traveling behind Ronaldo at the time of the crash. The Ferrari was later loaded on to a recovery truck, covered in a black sheet, as the road was reopened.
10 Jan 2009
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Grim Reaper Q talks about a few incidents with Rapper Busta Rhymes and Swizz Beats on the Set of Music Video in NEWYORK CITY.
11 Jan 2009
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Maurice Levy was a young computer expert, working for French advertising giant Publicis, when he ran into a blazing office to rescue the company’s computer records. This incident was the herald of his meteoric rise to the top of Publicis, one of the Big Four of Jewish advertising.
13 Jan 2009
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*******www.instablogs****/ For much of the world Bush administration has been a scourge and the election of Barack Obama is seen as welcome respite from it. His leadership immediately following the September 11th attacks, especially with regard to Taliban and al-Qaeda in Afghanistan, seemed to promise great things. Those great things, however, never materialized. The Iraq war, Hurricane Katrina debacle, US recession and the resultant global economic recession along with a history of disregard for civil liberties and international law coupled with the recent shoe throwing incident has virtually destroyed his legacy. Expectations are high from the new President Obama to clean up the mess and heal an already tattered reputation. *******www.instablogs****/
17 Jan 2009
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*******www.instablogs****/ India hands terror evidence to Pakistan The second dossier from India to Pakistan which is likely it hand DNA sample of lone arrested terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab for verification by Pakistani authorities is a welcome move. Other than the fact that it will enable Pakistani authorities to match the sample with his father and establish his Pakistani identity the DNA sample is also accepted as evidence in the court of law. In fact the government should hand over the DNA samples of other nine terrorists too whose names and addresses are available with the authorities. Let the whole world know how they transmit terrorism to the world. V. Prabhakaran's bunker busted Sri Lankan army's latest feat of busting bunker belonging to the LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran has added another feather in the former's cap. He may have escaped meeting a brutal end at the hands of the army but then at least Sri Lankans may seek contentment in the fact that the rebel leader faces the biggest challenge of his life. Prabhakaran is a ruthless killer, outlawed around the world as a terrorist kingpin and wanted on charges of mass murder; the international community must help Sri Lanka in bringing this culprit to justice. Legalize Drugs Concerns about the bloody drug war being fought just across the Mexican border led to a short-lived resolution in El Paso Texas asking the federal government to consider legalizing drugs. Mayor John Cook vetoed the resolution hours after it was unanimously approved by the City Council. The nonbinding resolution suggested that legalizing drugs in the United States could help curb a volatile and bloody drug war that killed more than 1,600 in Ciudad Juarez, across the Rio Grande from El Paso, in 2008. Facebook solves burglary The latest incident involving the capture of a burglar by simply displaying the CCTV footage and pictures of him on the Face book shows that the new media has definitely come off age. Who could have imagined that the social networking sites could play such a useful role in catching the anti social elements? However this isn't the first time that Face book, the world's largest online social network has been used to crackdown on criminals. The episode will definitely help in containing crimes that are committed with impunity since most offenders got the opportunity to move out scot-free even in the absence of adequate means. *******www.instablogs****/
8 Oct 2010
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More from behind the scenes at the Late Late Show. In this segment Bill talks about setting up telling a joke of an incident that happened to him in Hawaii. Bill has never told the joke before and he is going to do so in front of a national TV audience. Distributed by Tubemogul.
20 Jan 2009
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It's Airshow Week (Again!) At Aero-TV! The First in a Three Part 'ICAS Conversation' for 2009, starts off a series of interwoven interviews in which we asked about a dozen airshow professionals the same three questions... each of which will become the topic of its own program over the next three days. In this installment we asked a number of airshow luminaries the following question... with the constant bad news we have to deal with each and every day in terms of the ailing economy, do you see this affecting your airshow business? In the next two parts, we'll address the airshow industry's efforts (in 20908) to increase its safety consciousness and the individual performers and acts that provided inspiration to today's airshow superstars. Produced at the 2008 ICAS Convention just before the end of the year, we were pleased to be able to tackle such important subjects as the industry made ready to start another year... and were impressed (as usual) to see that the industry continues to make progress on a number of fronts -- especially in terms of safety. ICAS tells us that Airshows draw large numbers of demographically attractive spectators - a well-educated, affluent group of men, women and children of all ages. More than 70 percent of the audience at an air show has had some college education. Three quarters report household income of $35,000 or more. The average spectator is just under 39 years of age, but more than 53 percent of spectators are between 30 and 50. Safety has always been a major airshow concern but a series of unrelated accidents, in the 2007 airshow season, to too many performers brought the topic to the forefront of discussion at most ICAS or airshow-related get-togethers. ICAS notes that Airshows offer a consistently and historically safe environment for millions of spectators each year. Since current rules were implemented nearly 50 years ago, there has not been a single spectator fatality at a North American show – an enviable safety record for any business. But... they're not satisfied to leave it that. A 'small working group' of ICAS members met last year in Dallas to begin work on a new Safety Management System for the air show industry that was to serve as an important tool in improving air show safety. Using existing safety management systems as models, ICAS members discussed the changes and accommodations needed to effectively adapt the work already done in other segments of the aviation industry to the particular needs and circumstances of the air show community. So far, it seems that the efforts are succeeding. Conceived as part of the larger ICAS initiative to change the culture of air show safety, the product of this effort is intended to document processes and procedures that our industry can use to manage risk, report incidents and accidents, participate more actively in accident investigations, identify trends, communicate the results of these investigations to members, and reduce the number of accidents in the air show community. So... On To Part One Of Aero-TV's Conversation With The 2009 Airshow Industry. FMI: www.icashq****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
21 Jan 2009
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It's Airshow Week--Again!--At Aero-TV! (Part Three) The Final Portion of a Three Part 'ICAS Conversation' for 2009, finishes a series of interwoven interviews in which we asked about a dozen airshow professionals the same three questions... each of which became the topic of its own program over the course of this series. In this installment we asked a number of airshow luminaries the following question... who inspired YOU? Who served as your role model(s) or otherwise impressed you in your quest to join the airshow industry? In the three part series, we have already examined the affect of a depressed economy has had on the airshow business, we took a hard look at the growing and evolving safety culture of the airshow industry and finally, we asked individual performers and acts about the pilots and performances that provided inspiration to today's airshow superstars. Produced at the 2008 ICAS Convention just before the end of the year, we were pleased to be able to tackle such important subjects as the industry made ready to start another year... and were impressed (as usual) to see that the industry continues to make progress on a number of fronts -- especially in terms of safety. ICAS tells us that Airshows draw large numbers of demographically attractive spectators - a well-educated, affluent group of men, women and children of all ages. More than 70 percent of the audience at an air show has had some college education. Three quarters report household income of $35,000 or more. The average spectator is just under 39 years of age, but more than 53 percent of spectators are between 30 and 50. Safety has always been a major airshow concern but a series of unrelated accidents, in the 2007 airshow season, to too many performers brought the topic to the forefront of discussion at most ICAS or airshow-related get-togethers. ICAS notes that Airshows offer a consistently and historically safe environment for millions of spectators each year. Since current rules were implemented nearly 50 years ago, there has not been a single spectator fatality at a North American show – an enviable safety record for any business. But... they're not satisfied to leave it that. A 'small working group' of ICAS members met last year in Dallas to begin work on a new Safety Management System for the air show industry that was to serve as an important tool in improving air show safety. Using existing safety management systems as models, ICAS members discussed the changes and accommodations needed to effectively adapt the work already done in other segments of the aviation industry to the particular needs and circumstances of the air show community. So far, it seems that the efforts are succeeding. Conceived as part of the larger ICAS initiative to change the culture of air show safety, the product of this effort is intended to document processes and procedures that our industry can use to manage risk, report incidents and accidents, participate more actively in accident investigations, identify trends, communicate the results of these investigations to members, and reduce the number of accidents in the air show community. So... On To Part Three Of Aero-TV's Conversation With The 2009 Airshow Industry. FMI: www.icashq****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
23 Jan 2009
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The segment on puppies was doomed to begin with, as a cute little dog shredded the stockings of one host before lashing out at Holt, who was holding the tiny Rottweiler pup. "Oh he cut you! Oh my gosh!" Al Roker blurts out shortly after the incident. Lester takes it all in good fun, going on with his intended script while his cohosts bravely wipe blood off of his chin. With blood dribbling, Holt goes on to explain that the puppies are there because of President Barack Obama and his family's quest to get a dog for the White House. "Nobody's listening to what I'm saying," Holt says, before being handed a napkin to apply to his bleeding face. "I think this is a first," Roker declares as the rest of the 'Today' crew laughed about the incident. "Let's go back to the tape," Roker said in true Warner Wolf fashion, as the crew replayed the scene to show Holt's wounds.
24 Jan 2009
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This video is not exactually about comedy it's about helping my favorite charity! My favorite is Iron Gate: out the link above, to donat online through paypal, credit card, or wat other way there is. I would like to personally thank anyone that does :) Besides that a have a semi-funny Bush re-enactment of The Incident in iraq when a journalist through both of his shoes at Bush. Donate and Happy Holidays!
25 Jan 2009
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Written in Roswell N.M. about the 1947 incident.Major Aluminumm-guitars Bobby Scumaci-bass Steve Taylor-vocals
28 Jan 2009
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Most of the videos of this type are from Lions in captivity. This is the first one by a Lioness. I never came across to any history reference where these type of observations are mentioned. Is it just people from a certain background who fabricate and see things differently or we are actually going through a phase of rapid change in ideologies taking interpretations from these types of incidents, regardless to the faith or religeon we belong to. Your comments will be highly appreciated.
29 Jan 2009
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www.hestube**** FRANSIZ-ARAP HIRSIZ bir sitedir ve Blip.tv VIDEOLARINI sahiplerinin HESAPLARINDAN kanunsuz almak istemektedir. SICMISIM hestube**** sitesinin ICINE. SICMISIM hestube**** sahibinin KAFASINA. Thousands of people gathered at Ataturk airport, in Istanbul, to greet the Turkish prime minister, waving Turkish and Palestinian flags and chanting: "Turkey is proud of you." In a heated exchange, Erdogan told Shimon Peres the Israeli air strikes and invasion of the Palestinian territory were "very wrong" and said "many people have been killed". The incident came after a lengthy debate at the Davos forum about the Israeli offensive, in which at least 1,300 Palestinians were killed. Erdogan tried to rebut Peres as the discussion was ending, asking the moderator, the Washington Post columnist David Ignatius, to let him speak once more. "Only a minute," Ignatius said. Erdogan said: "I remember two former prime ministers in your country who said they felt very happy when they were able to enter Palestine on tanks. "I find it very sad that people applaud what you said. There have been many people killed. And I think that it is very wrong and it is not humanitarian." Ignatius said: "We can't start the debate again. We just don't have time." When the Turkish prime minister said: "Please let me finish," Igatius replied: "We really do need to get people to dinner." Erdogan replied: "Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. I don't think I will come back to Davos after this." The confrontation saw both Peres and Ergodan raise their voices, and stunned ther audience, which included Valerie Jarrett, a close advisor to Barack Obama. "I have know Shimon Peres for many years, and I also know Erdogan," the former Norwegian prime minister Kjell Magne Bondevik said. "I have never seen Shimon Peres so passionate as he was today. I think he felt Israel was being attacked by so many in the international community. He felt isolated. "I was very sad that Ergodan left. This was an expression of how difficult this situation is." Amr Moussa, the former Egyptian foreign minister who now leads the Arab League, said Ergodan's action was understandable. "Mr Ergodan said what he wanted to say and then he left," he added. "That's all. He was right." Of Israel, he said: "They don't listen."
11 Sep 2010
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Turkey's prime minister has returned home from the World Economic Forum in Davos to a warm welcome after he stormed out of a debate over Israel's war on the Gaza Strip. More than 5,000 people, many waving Palestinian and Turkish flags, greeted Recep Tayyip Erdogan after his aeroplane touched down early on Friday. Erdogan walked out of a televised debate on Thursday with Shimon Peres, the Israeli president, after the moderator refused to allow him to rebut Peres' justification about the war. Before storming out, Erdogan told Shimon Peres, the Israeli president: "You are killing people." At least 1,300 Palestinians were killed during Israel's 22-day aerial, naval and ground assault on Gaza. Thirteen Israeli citizens died over the same period. Speaking to Al Jazeera at the Swiss resort, Tony Blair, the Middle East envoy for the quartet of the European Union, Russia, the United Nations and the United States, said: "Given what's happened in Gaza it would be surprising if people didn't feel really strongly about it. "Prime minister Erdogan, I know, because I spoke to him earlier in the day, feels passionately and really sad about what has happened to the people of Gaza. "And it's inevitable that you get this kind of incident". 'No return' During the heated panel discussion, Peres told Erdogan that Turkey would have acted in the same manner as Israel if rockets had been falling on Istanbul. In depth Focus Reporter's diary: Savouring Davos Reporter's diary: New era in Davos? Latam leaders join Brazil forum Videos Blair on Erdogan walkout and Gaza Messages to Davos leaders Gaza crisis stirs heated debate Davos marred by grim outlook World views on the summit Moderator David Ignatius, a Washington Post columnist, then told Erdogan that he had "only a minute" to respond to a lengthy monologue by Peres. Erdogan said: "I find it very sad that people applaud what you said. There have been many people killed. And I think that it is very wrong and it is not humanitarian." Ignatius twice attempted to finish the debate, saying, "We really do need to get people to dinner." Erdogan then said: "Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. I don't think I will come back to Davos after this." Peres told reporters after the incident that Israel is not in conflict with Turkey. "I don't see this as a personal or national problem. The relations can remain as they are. My respect [for him] hasn't changed. It was an exchange of views and views are views," he said. Hamas, which has de facto control of the Gaza Strip after pushing Fatah fighters out of the territory in June 2007, commended Erdogan for his action. "Hamas pays tribute to the courageous stand of Turkey's prime minister ...
7 Jun 2010
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Kathi Vesham : *******www.neelaearth**** The internationally famous Kathakali, which combines features of ballet, opera, mime, masque and pantomime, is the best-known art form of Kerala. This form of dance-drama traditionally presented in temple precincts from dusk to dawn during festivals, demands ten to twelve years of training and regular practice. The theme or Aattakatha (literally dance-story) of the piece shown here is based on an incident from the Mahabharata, the slaying of the demon Keechaka by Bhima when he tried to molest Shairandhri or Panchali. Here the male character is portraying a Kathi vesham. Vesham means make up. In Kathakali, the vesham, which is of five types, represents five kinds of characters. The Kathi vesham (Kathi means knife) is to represent villainous male characters. The other four veshams are Pacha (green) for noble characters, Thadi (beard) and Kari (black) for lower classes, and Minukku (which means prettying up) for women, sages, Brahmins and so on.
7 Feb 2009
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Australian/Indonesian incident
21 Mar 2011
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