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*******dantzerdaze**** Jackie Kennedy addresses Spanish speaking voters, urging them to vote for her husband John F. Kennedy
26 Oct 2008
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Natalie Portman will be stepping into the shoes of former first lady, Jackie Kennedy, in an upcoming role.
1 Oct 2012
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August 8, 2011 (1:51) ABC says it will air the long-hidden tapes of Jackie Kennedy Onassis' statements about JFK's assassination and their tumultuous relationship.
9 Aug 2011
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Natalie Portman may play First Lady Jackie Kennedy in a n upcoming film, Kanye West is being sued for sampling music, Simon Cowell and Will.i.am team up to start a new reality show, Selena Gomez gets a new tattoo, Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt star in All you Need Is Kill, all in today's celebrity gossip.
2 Oct 2012
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Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur, India. Taj Lake Palace Udaipur Travel Video Review The Taj Lake Palace Hotel in Udaipur, India, is a lacy white marble jewel sitting in the middle of Lake Pichola in the lovely city of Udaipur in the state of Rajasthan in India 300 miles southwest of Delhi, India. Taj Lake was one of the four palaces of an Indian maharana who made Udaipur in India his royal city because he thought it was so beautiful. If you stay at the Taj Lake Palace and come by air from Delhi, India, Taj Lake in Udaipur, India, will pick you up in an antique convertible by a driver in a beautiful turban. Taj Lake Palace, in Udaipur, India, has staff who greet you by holding a silk umbrella over your head to protect you from the Rajasthan desert sun, at Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur, India. From then on, life in the Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur, India, is a dream, from the black ducks paddling by your window to the flutist who plays a song to the sunset on an outside patio to the dinner you can have on the royal pontoon. Taj Lake Palace has hosted Jackie Kennedy and James Bond actor, Roger Moore. Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur, India, was the location of filming of Octopussy the James Bond movie staring Roger Moore. The Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur, India, is a must for art lovers, architecture devotees, and romantics.
15 Dec 2007
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*******www.instablogs****/ Satyam fraud One feels terribly ashamed of Mr. Ramalinga Raju, for the amount of damage he has done to the Indian IT industry is simply un-imaginable. Astonishingly the news broke out this morning but Mr. Raju and his CFO’s are not behind the bars. In fact, the company which audited their accounts all these years plus the chartered accountants should be banned from their profession. My heart goes out to the employees of the company but didn’t they act stupid by believing in sales which they knew never existed. Anyways the cat is out of the basket and those who have invested their hard earned money in big names with huge assets and apparent profits should begin exercising caution. Sectarian riots on Muharram, Pakistan The 9th and 10th day of Muharram are sensitive days of the Islamic month of Muharram in Pakistan especially in the NWFP province where a number of districts are prone to sectarian violence. The north western district of Hangu is particularly infamous for sectarian riots. Violence has broken out in the town more than a dozen times since 1998. This year the government has prepared a special security plan to prevent any sectarian outbreak in the town as well as curbing the threat of terrorists who are believed to have plans for using the sectarian tensions as a precursor for their own malign designs. Army and frontier constabulary have deployed security teams at all the strategically important spots in and around town. A strict curfew has been enforced in Hangu since last evening January 6 in order to prevent the vulnerable exposure of any religious procession. The curfew will hold till the 10th of Muharram which falls on the 9th of January. Hundreds of people have fled to neighboring town and cities in order avoid any emergency in the city of Hangu. Fashion and Michelle Obama Michelle Obama it seems is the right person to rejuvenate the US fashion industry. She could potentially do what Jackie Kennedy did; bring about a new awareness and a fresh outlook. During the election campaign she signaled an interest both in looking stylish and also in advancing the cause of American fashion and those who design and make it. She wore off-the-rack stuff from J. Crew and, at times controversially, designs by fashion darlings like Isabel Toledo, Thakoon Panichgul and Narciso Rodriguez. She brought to the campaign a sophisticated approach to high-low dressing, a determination to adapt designers’ work to suit her self — adding jewelry or sweaters or wearing flat shoes with sheaths or even altering dressmaking details. That’s how Michelle Obama is, a woman without any pretence and a working mother with kids who knows the big designer names but also shops at J. Crew and the Gap. *******www.instablogs****/
8 Jan 2009
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First Lady Michele Obama can often be seen wearing her Cartier Steel Tank Francaise watch. Former first lady Jackie Kennedy also wore Cartier watches. For more information check out www.watchesonnet****
21 Nov 2009
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NEW JFK FOOTAGE JUST RELEASED "2/16/2010" *******SeoWebVideo**** NEW JFK FOOTAGE JUST RELEASED "2/16/2010" DALLAS — New color video footage showing President John F. Kennedy's arrival in Dallas the day he was assassinated is the best home movie ever made of the event, the curator of the Dallas JFK museum said Monday. The short clip, shot on 8mm film by a 15-year-old student, provides a rare, high-quality color close-up of the John and Jackie Kennedy as they arrived in Dallas. The Sixth Floor Museum put the film on display for public viewing on Presidents Day. Kennedy was killed Nov. 22, 1963, as his motorcade made its way through downtown Dallas. The footage shot earlier that day by William Ward Warren mainly shows Air Force One and Air Force Two arriving, and briefly features the Kennedys making their way through the crowd at the airport. “Viewing this footage makes you feel as though you're standing next to Warren as he's filming it on that very day,” said museum Gary Mack. The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles Kennedy's life and death and is located in the old book depository building, Dealey Plaza, from where Lee Harvey Oswald fired at the president's motorcade.Warren was at the airport because Dallas students were given the day off for Kennedy's visit. “I was very excited,” Warren, who donated the footage to the museum, said in a news release. “It was cool and yet the sun was shining bright, and there was lots of excitement.” The final few seconds of the three-minute film show JFK passing through the crowd, smiling at cameras. Jacqueline Kennedy follows, carrying a bouquet of red roses given to her by local officials. She's walking alongside Lyndon Baines Johnson, the vice president at the time. A smiling Lady Bird Johnson appears briefly. She's followed by Gov. John Connally, who was wounded in the shooting later in the day. *******SeoWebVideo****
17 Feb 2010
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NEW VIDEO OF JFK RELEASED "NEWS" *******SeoWebVideo**** NEW VIDEO OF JFK RELEASED "NEWS" DALLAS — New color video footage showing President John F. Kennedy's arrival in Dallas the day he was assassinated is the best home movie ever made of the event, the curator of the Dallas JFK museum said Monday. The short clip, shot on 8mm film by a 15-year-old student, provides a rare, high-quality color close-up of the John and Jackie Kennedy as they arrived in Dallas. The Sixth Floor Museum put the film on display for public viewing on Presidents Day. Kennedy was killed Nov. 22, 1963, as his motorcade made its way through downtown Dallas. The footage shot earlier that day by William Ward Warren mainly shows Air Force One and Air Force Two arriving, and briefly features the Kennedys making their way through the crowd at the airport. “Viewing this footage makes you feel as though you're standing next to Warren as he's filming it on that very day,” said museum Gary Mack. The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles Kennedy's life and death and is located in the old book depository building, Dealey Plaza, from where Lee Harvey Oswald fired at the president's motorcade.Warren was at the airport because Dallas students were given the day off for Kennedy's visit. “I was very excited,” Warren, who donated the footage to the museum, said in a news release. “It was cool and yet the sun was shining bright, and there was lots of excitement.” The final few seconds of the three-minute film show JFK passing through the crowd, smiling at cameras. Jacqueline Kennedy follows, carrying a bouquet of red roses given to her by local officials. She's walking alongside Lyndon Baines Johnson, the vice president at the time. A smiling Lady Bird Johnson appears briefly. She's followed by Gov. John Connally, who was wounded in the shooting later in the day. *******SeoWebVideo****
17 Feb 2010
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NEW JFK VIDEO RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC "NEW" *******FunFactsAndInfo.BlogSpot**** NEW JFK VIDEO RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC "NEW" DALLAS — New color video footage showing President John F. Kennedy's arrival in Dallas the day he was assassinated is the best home movie ever made of the event, the curator of the Dallas JFK museum said Monday. The short clip, shot on 8mm film by a 15-year-old student, provides a rare, high-quality color close-up of the John and Jackie Kennedy as they arrived in Dallas. The Sixth Floor Museum put the film on display for public viewing on Presidents Day. Kennedy was killed Nov. 22, 1963, as his motorcade made its way through downtown Dallas. The footage shot earlier that day by William Ward Warren mainly shows Air Force One and Air Force Two arriving, and briefly features the Kennedys making their way through the crowd at the airport. “Viewing this footage makes you feel as though you're standing next to Warren as he's filming it on that very day,” said museum Gary Mack. The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles Kennedy's life and death and is located in the old book depository building, Dealey Plaza, from where Lee Harvey Oswald fired at the president's motorcade.Warren was at the airport because Dallas students were given the day off for Kennedy's visit. “I was very excited,” Warren, who donated the footage to the museum, said in a news release. “It was cool and yet the sun was shining bright, and there was lots of excitement.” The final few seconds of the three-minute film show JFK passing through the crowd, smiling at cameras. Jacqueline Kennedy follows, carrying a bouquet of red roses given to her by local officials. She's walking alongside Lyndon Baines Johnson, the vice president at the time. A smiling Lady Bird Johnson appears briefly. She's followed by Gov. John Connally, who was wounded in the shooting later in the day. *******FunFactsAndInfo.BlogSpot****
17 Feb 2010
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NEW FOOTAGE OF JFK ARRIVING IN DALLAS "2/16/10" *******FunFactsAndInfo.BlogSpot**** NEW FOOTAGE OF JFK ARRIVING IN DALLAS "2/16/10" DALLAS — New color video footage showing President John F. Kennedy's arrival in Dallas the day he was assassinated is the best home movie ever made of the event, the curator of the Dallas JFK museum said Monday. The short clip, shot on 8mm film by a 15-year-old student, provides a rare, high-quality color close-up of the John and Jackie Kennedy as they arrived in Dallas. The Sixth Floor Museum put the film on display for public viewing on Presidents Day. Kennedy was killed Nov. 22, 1963, as his motorcade made its way through downtown Dallas. The footage shot earlier that day by William Ward Warren mainly shows Air Force One and Air Force Two arriving, and briefly features the Kennedys making their way through the crowd at the airport. “Viewing this footage makes you feel as though you're standing next to Warren as he's filming it on that very day,” said museum Gary Mack. The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles Kennedy's life and death and is located in the old book depository building, Dealey Plaza, from where Lee Harvey Oswald fired at the president's motorcade.Warren was at the airport because Dallas students were given the day off for Kennedy's visit. “I was very excited,” Warren, who donated the footage to the museum, said in a news release. “It was cool and yet the sun was shining bright, and there was lots of excitement.” The final few seconds of the three-minute film show JFK passing through the crowd, smiling at cameras. Jacqueline Kennedy follows, carrying a bouquet of red roses given to her by local officials. She's walking alongside Lyndon Baines Johnson, the vice president at the time. A smiling Lady Bird Johnson appears briefly. She's followed by Gov. John Connally, who was wounded in the shooting later in the day. *******FunFactsAndInfo.BlogSpot****
17 Feb 2010
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Michelle Obama, Jackie Kennedy, Mamie Eisenhower—these are just a few of the 20th-century wives of American presidents who have been immortalized under the blazing spotlight of public scrutiny and media coverage. But go back a hundred years to the First Ladies of the 19th century, and we find a group of women who have often been overlooked—and not because their contributions were less or their lives less colorful.
2 May 2010
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