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If you're scared of samurais, here's a level up from that. A pair of samurais equipped with jet packs. Flying and fighting.
6 Sep 2019
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Charged with a Crime in Auburn, IN? Criminal Defense Attorneys Yoder, Kraus & Jessup Can Help. Being arrested for and charged with a crime is a harrowing experience. The entire process is designed to intimidate you—to make you feel uneasy, uncertain, and frightened of what may happen to you. No matter the seriousness of the charge, you must remember that you are innocent until proven guilty. You also have the right to remain silent. It is this right that you should think about most if you are in trouble with the law. The Fifth Amendment protects people from self-incrimination. In other words, you do not have to turn in evidence against yourself. Although you may feel it is better to cooperate with a police investigation and answer the questions asked of you, it is in fact not a good idea. The first person you should call if arrested is a Auburn, IN criminal defense attorney. And you should say nothing until your lawyer arrives
23 Aug 2019
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A cat Sumon intimidated to go out of a group of dogs
25 Jul 2008
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This is Jennifer Korol (Little Guy Network) , founder of LeadersCare featuring I Question The Coach Who Intimidates Me. This video portrays a serious subject. 97% of failure is due to people not contacting their leaders and coaches. Reasons this might happen: "They only want the program and the gold" (We're not pirates, it's the 21st century, and there is education involved) "I like the program, but think my coach and leader can't teach me anything. This person isn't really successful." (What do you have to base that on? You didn't see the entire program, what it can do for you, and you certainly didn't take the time to contact that person to get PERSONALLY MADE training materials from him/her.) I'm looking to get rich quick (That's not going to happen and greed is automatically unacceptable; no matter how you look at it) "I don't like the way this person looks" (If you didn't look, you wouldn't have to say what you just did. Also, if you don't look, you're missing out on what skills that person has and can teach you. If appearance had to do with everything we would all be models walking through the office filled with gossip, politics, cut benefits and compensation, the list goes on.) If you're not afraid to learn something new, check out the opportunities I'm involved with: *People who are looking to succeed apply* LGN And LGNX - Little Guy Network *******selfemployed.lgnsolutioncenter... ASD Ad Surf Daily: *******asdcashgenerator****/?ref=42081 Web2.0 *******www.web2upgrade****/Selfemployed Zenzuu *******join.zenzuu****/millionmindset Yuwie *******r.yuwie****/millionmindset/ Global Domains International *******www.my.ws/leaderscare
6 Jul 2008
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more at *******www.theuptake**** Who's making intimidating phone calls to voters in Minnesota? The answer might surprise you. Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie released an affidavit describing a phone call linked to Minnesota Majority a far right-wing issue advocacy group. The caller indicated that the voter in question was listed twice on the public voter rolls. The voter (who moved addresses but kept their telephone number) asked who the caller reported to. They indicated Jeff Davis, president of Minnesota Majority. Davis co-founded Minnesota Majority with Republican Mary Kiffmeyer - the former MN Secretary of State before Democrat Mark Ritchie.
31 Oct 2008
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From WorldNetDaily Man brandishing nightstick says, 'We're tired of white supremacy 'By Chelsea Schilling WorldNetDaily Black Panthers blocked a doorway to a polling station and intimidated voters in Philadelphia, according to a Republican poll observer. After one of two men wearing Black Panther gear brandished a nightstick to threaten voters, the poll observer called police. "As I walked up, they closed ranks, next to each other," he told Fox News. "So I walked directly in between them, went inside and found the poll watchers. They said they'd been here for about an hour. And they told us not to come outside because a black man is going to win this election no matter what." He said he then walked back outside and the man with a night stick told him, "'We're tired of white supremacy' and he starts tapping the night stick in his hand. At which point I said, 'OK, we're not going to get in a fist fight right here,' and I called the police." Officers escorted the man with the night stick away from the polling location, but the other person in Black Panther gear is a poll watcher and lives in the building where voters are scheduled to cast their ballots. He was allowed to remain on the premises. Mr. Barack Obama, spending 20 years in Jeremiah Wright’s church, listening to anti-white hatred day after day does not qualify you to be president of the United States. Barack Obama, someone who believes in murdering helpless unborn babies by abortion should not be president. Barack Obama who believes in desecrating Holy Matrimony by allowing sodomites to blaspheme God by getting married should not be president. SAY THIS PRAYER: Dear Jesus, I am a sinner and am headed to eternal hell because of my sins. I believe you died on the cross to take away my sins and to take me to heaven. Jesus, I ask you now to come into my heart and take away my sins and give me eternal life. *******www.armyofgod****
5 Nov 2008
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People who use intimidation are bullies. There is no bigger bully than the government, according to Dr. Ron Ross, Author/Speaker. In this brief video Dr. Ross claims that the founding fathers set up a limited government that should not be able to bully its citizens. However, government intimidation is forcing people to submit to whatever the bully government and its intimidating bureaucrats deem to be good for them.
27 Nov 2009
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Take a ride with Robb Alvey from Theme Park Review (www.themeparkreview****) on Intimidator 305 roller coaster at Kings Dominion. Features a complete front seat POV in HD (high def)
3 Apr 2010
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Julia Roberts got her wish to work with Meryl Streep, but found it intimidating that she had to fight and strangle an actress she admired so much.
11 Sep 2013
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Pepe Escobar on U.S. strategy against Iran 2007-09-15 'Persian society has been around for thousands of years and they don't scare easily' This is the first segment of a two part interview with Pepe Escobar. Based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Pepe Escobar writes The Roving Eye for Asia Times Online. He has reported from Iraq, Iran, Central Asia, U.S. and China. He is also the author of the soon to be published Red Zone Blues. --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
18 Sep 2007
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8 Aug 2008
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Let EbenGregory tell it, trouble is a part of your life and if u don't share it, u don't give the person who loves u enough chance to love u enough. In another episode of THE JEWELRY REPORT, Remy Ma is in more hot water for witness intimidation.
26 Oct 2007
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BY MALLORY PERRYMAN You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy After a University of Wisconsin professor wrote a blog post criticizing the state GOP- the party wants access to thousands of the teacher’s emails. It all started when acclaimed history professor William Cronon penned a blog about the American Legislative Exchange Council- a group that creates model bills for conservative lawmakers. The blog post got half a million hits. And Cronon got hit with this- an open records request from a state Republican Party official for any emails on Cronon’s university account that mention any one of twenty key words- all related to the GOP. Under the state’s open records law, the GOP doesn’t have to say why it’s requesting the documents. But a reporter for The Nation says, the reason is pretty obvious. “Of course this is a fishing expedition in search of something embarrassing....there’s a big difference between an individual using Freedom of Information legislation to expose government misconduct, and the party in power using it to harass and intimidate a critic of the government.” Cronon says the request is an assault on his academic freedom. But Slate’s Jack Shafer argues- there’s no such thing as a bad records request. “I know, there's a huge element of the political stunt to the filing. But ...denouncing the request as an assault on academic freedom...is...a stretch. If university emails are under the purview of records requests, every citizen...has every right to file a request.” Paul Krugman of The New York Times counters, sure Republicans can legally make the request... “But there’s a clear chilling effect when scholars know that they may face witch hunts whenever they say things the G.O.P. doesn’t like... researchers won’t just become reluctant to act as concerned citizens...they’ll be deterred from even doing research on topics that might get them in trouble.” The New Yorker notes- Republicans are probably looking for evidence that Cronon used his work email for political purposes, which is against university policy. To read more about the Cronon controversy, check out these articles: The New Yorker: Wisconsin: The Cronan Affair “Cronon is not only a political moderate, he’s a passionate Wisconsin patriot. He moved to Madison as a child, did his B.A. at the University, and learned his environmentalism as an explorer of the Wisconsin landscape and a reader of a local hero, the naturalist Aldo Leopold. In 1992, at a time when academic stars had begun to flee strapped public universities for richer private ones, Cronon, by then a professor at Yale, left to go back to Madison.” Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel: The professor’s political entomology runs into the left’s own rules “I find it fascinating that the use of public transparency laws -- the fully lawful use, everyone concedes -- is nonetheless seen as hostile by the left. It gives away something of the game: The use of such transparency laws is, then, harassment? They were meant to harass, then, only politically disfavored targets, such as conservative professors? They're a weapon for one team only?” Big Think: Yes, Prof. Cronon, Let’s Talk about ALEC “ALEC is set up to exploit a widespread weakness in the structure of state governments. Many state legislators work part time, and many have little legislative staff support. Writing bills is hard work and it's expensive to hire people who are qualified to do it. When the taxpayers won't hire legislative staff to work for them, ALEC fills the void by writing model legislation, based on the input of corporate sponsors.” Scholar As Citizen: Abusing Open Records to Attack Academic Freedom “One obvious conclusion I draw is that my study guide about the role of ALEC in Wisconsin politics must come pretty close to hitting a bull’s-eye. Why else would the Republican Party of Wisconsin feel the need to single out a lone university professor for such uncomfortable attention?” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Apr 2011
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Train with Hardy: *******bit.ly/lpnjcE In this version of TapIN, MMA welterweight fighter Dan Hardy explains the story behind the custom mouthpiece he wore against Georges St. Pierre. Hardy’s intimidating mouthpiece is lined with jagged teeth. Hardy also had the British flag placed on the left side his nickname, “The Outlaw,” on the right. In TapouTVTC Hardy helps teach aspiring fighters how to fight with MMA online training videos. Do you have what it takes? Train with the pros.
28 Jun 2011
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(Funny) Just For Laughs The Intimidator(HD)
7 Oct 2011
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