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Singing Cowboy Roy “the King of the Cowboys” Rogers returns in Silver Spurs, a dynamic and stirring Western adventure. Though lots of good old country songs are woven in, Silver Spurs is a complex and genre blending story that features crime, romance, action and mystery. Rogers is out to investigate a murdered rancher. He suspects a wealthy hotel owner is conspiring with the deceased’s mail order bride! The twists are turns are sharp and captivating, while Rogers is as charming and soulful in his crooning as ever. Silver Spurs is a delightful Western that never disappoints for a moment.
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Our fifth DSPORT DVD is not only our longest production at over 100 minutes; it's also our best. Coverage of Redline Time Attack, the Little Tokyo Nisei Car Show, Japan's Nismo Festival and Australian Drift and Drag events provide for a stellar mix of action-packed events. As always, DSPORT cover model shoots and feature car segments never disappoint.
In this DVD, we had the opportunity to road test the new STI and EVO. If you are an enthusiast thinking about the purchase of one of these two vehicles, our reviews will get you pointed in the right direction. We also were able to tackle tire tech in three part segment, which includes a behind-the-scenes glimpse of tire tech and development. Tires are easily one of the most underappreciated components on a vehicle. However, the right set of tires will easily make a good car "great."
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This is the very unique project of music composer Stephane Meer. It is a sort of free online manga with a strong music background and lots of pictures of dragons, wolves and fantasy characters.
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Presto and Fire had become close friends. There was great complicity between them as well a sense of solidarity. Fire had a more explosive personality. He was a hot blooded Spanish horse, the Ferrari of horses. His accelerations were incredibly sudden, and the rider was literally catapulted forward, crushed by the back of the saddle. Turns and stops were also pretty radical. Anyone who rode Fire had to have a fighter pilot’s reflexes, ready to change speed and direction in a fraction of a second. His top speeds were almost as fast as Presto’s, but his small size prevented him from maintaining that rhythm for any length of time. Fire was a sprinter, not a long distance runner. Once you got used to riding him, all other horses seemed dull and lifeless. It was incredible to watch Sohane riding Fire through the forest, zigzagging as they galloped between the trees, turning almost in place, reversing directions, jumping over ditches, branches and tree trunks on the ground, splashing into the autumn puddles, climbing or descending steep hills, going through rock slides, walls of branches and thick clumps of leaves.
Their great strength was based on a perfect mutual understanding. Sohane didn’t believe in mental telepathy, but it was mystifying to see how often they had the same thoughts and the same needs at the same moment, and how they shared the same emotions.
Often, Sohane’s pleasure was being a simple passenger, invited by her magnificent horse on an expedition into the wild territory of his origins. On those occasions, horseback riding was no longer a human activity, but the journey of a human being into the universe of the forest. Sohane let herself be led, and she was never disappointed. Fire would take her to incredibly beautiful places teeming with life. Fire would gallop among deer, keeping in stride with them. He would surprise birds just before they took flight. He would race wild boar and invent short cuts through lush vegetation, which would slow his opponents down.
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Whether you need a Noosa holiday apartment for a romantic getaway for two or a vacation for the entire family, Noosa Tropicana will provide a one-of-a-kind holiday package. With units ranging from ground floor 1-bedroom apartments to 3-bedroom luxury penthouses, Noosa Tropicana never disappoints.
The Zojirushi BB-HAQ10 Home Bakery Mini Breadmaker is an amazing stuff that helps you to make yummy and freshly bakes cakes and bread at home with professional expertise. This in fact has turned the kitchen into a mini bakery and our home smells like a confectionary house. Though this is termed as a bread maker it bakes not only bread but also cake and fruit jams. Apart from that it is also equipped with special settings that aids in preparing dough for cookies, pizza, pasta, croissants and rolls.
This will never disappoint you in terms of quality of the bread or the durability of the machine. This model is designed to bake only 1 pound loaf(Approx. 450g) and hence is suitable for personal use or a small family. This is a everyday bread maker that can be used to bake bread on a daily basis.
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GREAT COMMUTER CAR!!! Bought a 2010 Subaru Impreza Outback Sport 4dr Hatchback AWD (2.5L 4cyl 4A) from Gresham Nissan Subaru. This really is a great commuter car, the Outback Sport has great handling, descent engine and generally good looking car.
ALWAYS GREAT TO DEAL WITH!!! We've bought Subaru's at Gresham Nissan Subaru twice. First time the deal was really awesome, it blew us away! The next time it wasn't such a great deal, but we'd just filed for bankruptcy, so what can be expected? But they were always great to deal with. We especially liked Dave. No hassles, although we do a lot of hassling, driving every car on the lot, in the pouring rain (Dave got soaked) etc., but they were always great. We drove there from the other side of Eugene and were never disappointed. We'll be back, why bother going anywhere else?
BLEW US AWAY!!! We've bought Subaru's at Gresham Nissan Subaru twice. First time the deal was really awesome, it blew us away! The next time it wasn't such a great deal, but we'd just filed for bankruptcy, so what can be expected? But they were always great to deal with. We especially liked Dave. No hassles, although we do a lot of hassling, driving every car on the lot, in the pouring rain (Dave got soaked) etc., but they were always great. We drove there from the other side of Eugene and were never disappointed. We'll be back, why bother going anywhere else?
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In U.S. news — President Barack Obama is set to unveil a budget proposal for the 2012 fiscal year today.
Los Angeles Times says the budget includes spending cuts in popular programs such as airport grants, but also proposes increase in some education sections. This plan is $90 billion smaller than last year and aims to cut $1.1 trillion from the deficit over the next 10 years.
Next, to world news. Protests in Egypt continue — this time, the demand is better pay.
The media report while some workers are still on strike throughout the country, some, including police officers, also protested in Tahrir Square. BBC reports this was only hours after the military cleared finally cleared the square for the first time in more than 20 days.
Meanwhile, the spirit of revolution seems to have spread in the Middle East and North Africa. Algeria, Yemen, Bahrain and Jordan witnessed new protests and clashes over the weekend, while Iran gears up for its first demonstrations in a year. (Video: Al Jazeera)
In business news — China has officially overtaken Japan as the world’s second largest economy, and the credit goes to the nation’s booming manufacturing industry. Bloomberg has the video.
“This traffic jam of trucks on a major highway in Northern China is emblematic of China’s rapid economic success. The GDP here grew 10.3 percent last year, the fastest pace in three years. Combined that with Japan’s contraction and it’s official: China is now the world’s second largest economy."
In the tech blogosphere -- Apple is shrinking the iPhone. A well-timed leak rumored the Silicon Valley company was preparing to launch a smaller iPhone Nano this summer -- in an attempt to overhaul its mobile market.
The Wall Street Journal reports the new line of fun-sized iPhones would sell along side their big brother for half the cost -- or no cost at all. A source tells the Wall Street Journal carriers of the new phone could subsidize the entire price of the smartphone with standard contracts.
Apple’s mobile platform already accounts for 39% of the company’s yearly revenue.
In entertainment -- The 53rd Grammy Award delivered a night of unusual upsets, underdogs wins, and Lady Gaga in an egg.
Indie rock band Arcade Fire accepted the Album of the Year award for “Suburbs”, Country trio Lady Antebellum took home Record of the Year and Song of the Year, while indie jazz sensation Esperanza Spaulding shoved Justin Bieber aside to win best new artist.
Slate Magazine says the Bieber following was outraged, but if he can survive puberty -- he’ll pull through. The best entrance went to the never-disappointing Lady Gaga who arrived on the red carpet in a semi-transparent egg carried by 5 half dressed ushers. Through the years the Grammy Academy has developed a notoriety for not buying into the pop-star hype -- and last night was no exception.
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