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1 May 2010
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In a new interview, Diddy reveals that he may be rich but he's still normal and doesn't even like caviar.
28 Jun 2013
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Its how Time Magazine determined their 2006 person of the year From MySpace to YouTube to Tivo, we`re now a nation of mini-media moguls -- writing our own stories. So as the Super Bowl approaches, several intrepid advertisers have sought out our creativity to help tell their stories. generated production will fuel at least two other Super Bowl commercials -- for Doritos chips and the NFL itself. Finalists from Chevrolets Super Bowl ad challenge were brought to Detroit to test drive the vehicles they were to promote -- and refine their stories with Chevys advertising team. The key is to have a commercial that is solid and funny. Super Bowl advertisers will pay as much as two-and-a-half million dollars for just 30 seconds. Production of the advertising is extra, but for many advertisers its their Super Bowl. With as many of 90 million people watching, the stakes are high -- and careers hopefully will be made. Produced for General Motors
31 Jan 2007
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Two media moguls who don't like one another
24 Mar 2008
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Ron rocking out to chat room songs and doing what he does best, being a media mogul.
15 Jul 2008
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music video เพลง เทพธิดา นางฟ้า พันธมิตร ของ พี่ ตั้ว และ ซูซู ณ เวที พันธมิตร The People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) (Thai: พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย; also called the National Liberation Alliance - กลุ่มพันธมิตรกู้ชาติ, the National Liberation Party - พลพรรคกู้ชาติ, and the Yellow Shirts - คนเสื้อเหลือง) was originally a coalition of protesters against Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), the former Prime Minister of Thailand. Its leaders include media-mogul Sondhi Limthongkul (สนธิ ลิ้มทองกุล), Chamlong Srimuang (จำลอง ศรีเมือง),ธhe secretary of the Thailand's Federation of Government Owned Enterprise Labour Somsak Kosaisuuk (สมศักดิ์ โกศัยสุข),The Professor at Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University Somkeit Pongpaibul (สมเกียรติ พงษ์ไพบูลย์), and former ISOC leader Pallop Pinmanee (พิภพ ธงไชย). It was one of the chief players in the Thailand political crisis from 2005 to 2006. The PAD consists of middle and upper-class Bangkokians and Southerners, supported by the conservative elite, factions of the Thai Army, and state-enterprise labor unions. The People's Alliance for Democracy has been re-established in Thailand on March 28, 2008 at Thammasat University auditorium. Several issues was raised by the PAD, including the Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej ties to Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), ties between some People's Power Party members and the banned-Thai Rak Thai party, and attempts to amend the 2007 Constitution. Among the amendment proposed was removal of Article 237 which would dissolve a political party if one of the executives was involved in vote buying. Yongyuth Tiyapairat, People's Power Party executive who was also the Parliament president after the election, was being tried for vote buying. Yongyuth was later found guilty by the Supreme Court on July 8, 2008. Demonstration by PAD started on May 25, 2008 at Democracy Monument on Ratchadamnoen Road to protest the proposal for constitution amendment. The rally attracted ten thousand supporters.As the rally went on, PAD announced their effort to collect signatures to request removal house representatives and senates who supported the amendment on May 30, 2008.The next day Samak expressed on government-run NBT television channel his intention to dissolve the rally by force. In reaction to Samak's speech, PAD issued announcement against the government's move.
26 Oct 2008
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พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย The People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) (Thai: พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย; also called the National Liberation Alliance - กลุ่มพันธมิตรกู้ชาติ, the National Liberation Party - พลพรรคกู้ชาติ, and the Yellow Shirts - คนเสื้อเหลือง) was originally a coalition of protesters against Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), the former Prime Minister of Thailand. Its leaders include media-mogul Sondhi Limthongkul (สนธิ ลิ้มทองกุล), Chamlong Srimuang (จำลอง ศรีเมือง),ธhe secretary of the Thailand's Federation of Government Owned Enterprise Labour Somsak Kosaisuuk (สมศักดิ์ โกศัยสุข),The Professor at Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University Somkeit Pongpaibul (สมเกียรติ พงษ์ไพบูลย์), and former ISOC leader Pallop Pinmanee (พิภพ ธงไชย). It was one of the chief players in the Thailand political crisis from 2005 to 2006. The PAD consists of middle and upper-class Bangkokians and Southerners, supported by the conservative elite, factions of the Thai Army, and state-enterprise labor unions. The People's Alliance for Democracy has been re-established in Thailand on March 28, 2008 at Thammasat University auditorium. Several issues was raised by the PAD, including the Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej ties to Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), ties between some People's Power Party members and the banned-Thai Rak Thai party, and attempts to amend the 2007 Constitution. Among the amendment proposed was removal of Article 237 which would dissolve a political party if one of the executives was involved in vote buying. Yongyuth Tiyapairat, People's Power Party executive who was also the Parliament president after the election, was being tried for vote buying. Yongyuth was later found guilty by the Supreme Court on July 8, 2008. Demonstration by PAD started on May 25, 2008 at Democracy Monument on Ratchadamnoen Road to protest the proposal for constitution amendment. The rally attracted ten thousand supporters.As the rally went on, PAD announced their effort to collect signatures to request removal house representatives and senates who supported the amendment on May 30, 2008.The next day Samak expressed on government-run NBT television channel his intention to dissolve the rally by force. In reaction to Samak's speech, PAD issued announcement against the government's move. Credit:
2 Nov 2008
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Civil disobedience is the active refusal to obey certain laws, demands and commands of a government, or of an occupying power, without resorting to physical violence. It is one of the primary tactics of nonviolent resistance. In its most nonviolent form (known as ahimsa or satyagraha) it could be said that it is compassion in the form of respectful disagreement. Civil disobedience is one of the many ways people have rebelled against unfair laws. It has been used in many well-documented nonviolent resistance movements in India (Gandhi's social welfare campaigns and campaigns for independence from the British Empire), in South Africa in the fight against apartheid, in the American Civil Rights Movement, Jehovah's Witnesses' stand against the Nazis (1929-1945), and in peace movements worldwide. One of its earliest massive implementations was by Egyptians against the British occupation in the nonviolent 1919 Revolution. The American author Henry David Thoreau pioneered the modern theory behind this practice in his 1849 essay Civil Disobedience, originally titled "Resistance to Civil Government". The driving idea behind the essay was that of self-reliance, and how one is in morally good standing as long as one can "get off another man's back"; so one does not have to physically fight the government, but one must not support it or have it support one (if one is against it). This essay has had a wide influence on many later practitioners of civil disobedience. In the essay, Thoreau explained his reasons for having refused to pay taxes as an act of protest against slavery and against the Mexican-American War. The People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) (Thai: พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย; also called the National Liberation Alliance - กลุ่มพันธมิตรกู้ชาติ, the National Liberation Party - พลพรรคกู้ชาติ, and the Yellow Shirts - คนเสื้อเหลือง) was originally a coalition of protesters against Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), the former Prime Minister of Thailand. Its leaders include media-mogul Sondhi Limthongkul (สนธิ ลิ้มทองกุล), Chamlong Srimuang (จำลอง ศรีเมือง),ธhe secretary of the Thailand's Federation of Government Owned Enterprise Labour Somsak Kosaisuuk (สมศักดิ์ โกศัยสุข),The Professor at Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University Somkeit Pongpaibul (สมเกียรติ พงษ์ไพบูลย์), and former ISOC leader Pallop Pinmanee (พิภพ ธงไชย). It was one of the chief players in the Thailand political crisis from 2005 to 2006. The PAD consists of middle and upper-class Bangkokians and Southerners, supported by the conservative elite, factions of the Thai Army, and state-enterprise labor unions.
2 Nov 2008
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ปรากฏการณ์มือตบสยบมาร ของ พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย : The People's Alliance for Democracy การต่อสู้อย่างยาวนานของ พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย ก่อเกิดปรากฏการณ์ใหม่ๆ ในสังคมวิไลไม่เคยเกิดมีมาก่อนในประวัติศาสตร์ชาติไทย ปรากฏการณ์มือตบสยบมารเป็นหนึ่งในปรากฏการณ์ที่มีความน่าสนใจอย่างยิ่ง ปัจจุบันมือตบได้กลายเป็นสัญญาลักษณ์ของการขับไล่ความชั่ว หรือ คนชั่ว ที่โกงกินบ้านเมือง เหมือนดังสถานะการณ์ที่เกิดในประเทศไทยในปัจจุบัน The People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) (Thai: พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย; also called the National Liberation Alliance - กลุ่มพันธมิตรกู้ชาติ, the National Liberation Party - พลพรรคกู้ชาติ, and the Yellow Shirts - คนเสื้อเหลือง) was originally a coalition of protesters against Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), the former Prime Minister of Thailand. Its leaders include media-mogul Sondhi Limthongkul (สนธิ ลิ้มทองกุล), Chamlong Srimuang (จำลอง ศรีเมือง),ธhe secretary of the Thailand's Federation of Government Owned Enterprise Labour Somsak Kosaisuuk (สมศักดิ์ โกศัยสุข),The Professor at Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University Somkeit Pongpaibul (สมเกียรติ พงษ์ไพบูลย์), and former ISOC leader Pallop Pinmanee (พิภพ ธงไชย). It was one of the chief players in the Thailand political crisis from 2005 to 2006. The PAD consists of middle and upper-class Bangkokians and Southerners, supported by the conservative elite, factions of the Thai Army, and state-enterprise labor unions. The People's Alliance for Democracy has been re-established in Thailand on March 28, 2008 at Thammasat University auditorium. Several issues was raised by the PAD, including the Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej ties to Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), ties between some People's Power Party members and the banned-Thai Rak Thai party, and attempts to amend the 2007 Constitution. Among the amendment proposed was removal of Article 237 which would dissolve a political party if one of the executives was involved in vote buying. Yongyuth Tiyapairat, People's Power Party executive who was also the Parliament president after the election, was being tried for vote buying. Yongyuth was later found guilty by the Supreme Court on July 8, 2008. Demonstration by PAD started on May 25, 2008 at Democracy Monument on Ratchadamnoen Road to protest the proposal for constitution amendment. The rally attracted ten thousand supporters.As the rally went on, PAD announced their effort to collect signatures to request removal house representatives and senates who supported the amendment on May 30, 2008.The next day Samak expressed on government-run NBT television channel his intention to dissolve the rally by force. In reaction to Samak's speech, PAD issued announcement against the government's move.
9 Feb 2009
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สัญญาราชดำเนิน พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย The People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) (Thai: พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย; also called the National Liberation Alliance - กลุ่มพันธมิตรกู้ชาติ, the National Liberation Party - พลพรรคกู้ชาติ, and the Yellow Shirts - คนเสื้อเหลือง) was originally a coalition of protesters against Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), the former Prime Minister of Thailand. Its leaders include media-mogul Sondhi Limthongkul (สนธิ ลิ้มทองกุล), Chamlong Srimuang (จำลอง ศรีเมือง),ธhe secretary of the Thailand's Federation of Government Owned Enterprise Labour Somsak Kosaisuuk (สมศักดิ์ โกศัยสุข),The Professor at Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University Somkeit Pongpaibul (สมเกียรติ พงษ์ไพบูลย์), and former ISOC leader Pallop Pinmanee (พิภพ ธงไชย). It was one of the chief players in the Thailand political crisis from 2005 to 2006. The PAD consists of middle and upper-class Bangkokians and Southerners, supported by the conservative elite, factions of the Thai Army, and state-enterprise labor unions. The People's Alliance for Democracy has been re-established in Thailand on March 28, 2008 at Thammasat University auditorium. Several issues was raised by the PAD, including the Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej ties to Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), ties between some People's Power Party members and the banned-Thai Rak Thai party, and attempts to amend the 2007 Constitution. Among the amendment proposed was removal of Article 237 which would dissolve a political party if one of the executives was involved in vote buying. Yongyuth Tiyapairat, People's Power Party executive who was also the Parliament president after the election, was being tried for vote buying. Yongyuth was later found guilty by the Supreme Court on July 8, 2008. Demonstration by PAD started on May 25, 2008 at Democracy Monument on Ratchadamnoen Road to protest the proposal for constitution amendment. The rally attracted ten thousand supporters.As the rally went on, PAD announced their effort to collect signatures to request removal house representatives and senates who supported the amendment on May 30, 2008.The next day Samak expressed on government-run NBT television channel his intention to dissolve the rally by force. In reaction to Samak's speech, PAD issued announcement against the government's move.
15 Nov 2008
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The People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) (Thai: พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย; also called the National Liberation Alliance - กลุ่มพันธมิตรกู้ชาติ, the National Liberation Party - พลพรรคกู้ชาติ, and the Yellow Shirts - คนเสื้อเหลือง) was originally a coalition of protesters against Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), the former Prime Minister of Thailand. Its leaders include media-mogul Sondhi Limthongkul (สนธิ ลิ้มทองกุล), Chamlong Srimuang (จำลอง ศรีเมือง),ธhe secretary of the Thailand's Federation of Government Owned Enterprise Labour Somsak Kosaisuuk (สมศักดิ์ โกศัยสุข),The Professor at Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University Somkeit Pongpaibul (สมเกียรติ พงษ์ไพบูลย์), and former ISOC leader Pallop Pinmanee (พิภพ ธงไชย). It was one of the chief players in the Thailand political crisis from 2005 to 2006. The PAD consists of middle and upper-class Bangkokians and Southerners, supported by the conservative elite, factions of the Thai Army, and state-enterprise labor unions. The People's Alliance for Democracy has been re-established in Thailand on March 28, 2008 at Thammasat University auditorium. Several issues was raised by the PAD, including the Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej ties to Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), ties between some People's Power Party members and the banned-Thai Rak Thai party, and attempts to amend the 2007 Constitution. Among the amendment proposed was removal of Article 237 which would dissolve a political party if one of the executives was involved in vote buying. Yongyuth Tiyapairat, People's Power Party executive who was also the Parliament president after the election, was being tried for vote buying. Yongyuth was later found guilty by the Supreme Court on July 8, 2008. Demonstration by PAD started on May 25, 2008 at Democracy Monument on Ratchadamnoen Road to protest the proposal for constitution amendment. The rally attracted ten thousand supporters.As the rally went on, PAD announced their effort to collect signatures to request removal house representatives and senates who supported the amendment on May 30, 2008.The next day Samak expressed on government-run NBT television channel his intention to dissolve the rally by force. In reaction to Samak's speech, PAD issued announcement against the government's move. Credit:
15 Nov 2008
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จุดเทียนแห่งปัญญาให้ประชาชนไทย ร่วมสร้างสรรการเมืองใหม่ ขับไล่คนทุจริตฉ้อราชบังหลวง The People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) (Thai: พันธมิตรประชาชนเพื่อประชาธิปไตย; also called the National Liberation Alliance - กลุ่มพันธมิตรกู้ชาติ, the National Liberation Party - พลพรรคกู้ชาติ, and the Yellow Shirts - คนเสื้อเหลือง) was originally a coalition of protesters against Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), the former Prime Minister of Thailand. Its leaders include media-mogul Sondhi Limthongkul (สนธิ ลิ้มทองกุล), Chamlong Srimuang (จำลอง ศรีเมือง),ธhe secretary of the Thailand's Federation of Government Owned Enterprise Labour Somsak Kosaisuuk (สมศักดิ์ โกศัยสุข),The Professor at Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University Somkeit Pongpaibul (สมเกียรติ พงษ์ไพบูลย์), and former ISOC leader Pallop Pinmanee (พิภพ ธงไชย). It was one of the chief players in the Thailand political crisis from 2005 to 2006. The PAD consists of middle and upper-class Bangkokians and Southerners, supported by the conservative elite, factions of the Thai Army, and state-enterprise labor unions. The People's Alliance for Democracy has been re-established in Thailand on March 28, 2008 at Thammasat University auditorium. Several issues was raised by the PAD, including the Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej ties to Thaksin Shinawatra (ทักษิณ ชินวัตร), ties between some People's Power Party members and the banned-Thai Rak Thai party, and attempts to amend the 2007 Constitution. Among the amendment proposed was removal of Article 237 which would dissolve a political party if one of the executives was involved in vote buying. Yongyuth Tiyapairat, People's Power Party executive who was also the Parliament president after the election, was being tried for vote buying. Yongyuth was later found guilty by the Supreme Court on July 8, 2008. Demonstration by PAD started on May 25, 2008 at Democracy Monument on Ratchadamnoen Road to protest the proposal for constitution amendment. The rally attracted ten thousand supporters.As the rally went on, PAD announced their effort to collect signatures to request removal house representatives and senates who supported the amendment on May 30, 2008.The next day Samak expressed on government-run NBT television channel his intention to dissolve the rally by force. In reaction to Samak's speech, PAD issued announcement against the government's move.
16 Nov 2008
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