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Check out this insane gas pipe explosion occurred in Stafford caught on camera. The explosion was so fatal that it caused injuries to 15-odd people.
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Obama Plays Vegas By Jeff Zeleny LAS VEGAS – What happens in Vegas should not stay in Vegas. That’s the word from Senator Barack Obama, who kicked off his Nevada campaign tonight at a rally of cooks and housekeepers, bartenders and bellmen. On hand were a smattering of the 60,000 people who comprise the Culinary Workers Union Local 226, the largest union in Nevada, which is supporting him in next Saturday’s caucuses. “We’re gonna show America that what happens in Vegas – is not, no, no – it’s not gonna stay in Vegas any more!” Mr. Obama said, speaking in a crowded union hall a few blocks from the edge of the Las Vegas strip. “We’re going to start something in Vegas and we’re gonna send it across Nevada and across America and everybody’s going to know the power of a united people.” Throughout Mr. Obama’s remarks, chants of “Si Se Puede! Si Se Puede! Si Se Puede!” rang from the audience. Mr. Obama joined along, too, in what has become a new mantra for his campaign. (It is essentially translated to the slogan he started on New Hampshire primary night, “Yes we can!”) “In the face of impossible odds, people who love their country, people who are working together across racial lines, black, white, Hispanic, Asian, they can do anything. There is nothing that we cannot do!” Mr. Obama said, his sleeves rolled up, pumping his fist into the air. “That’s your story, the story of local 226. That’s how dishwashers and hotel workers, cooks and cleaning staff realized their dream in this desert town. That’s how you stood up for a bottom line that didn’t just include profits for the few, but prosperity for the many.” The Nevada caucuses are the latest stop in the fight for the Democratic presidential nomination. Winning the endorsement of the culinary union was seen as a coup for Mr. Obama. Yet it remains an open question whether all of the members will turn out next week to caucus for Mr. Obama. While Mr. Obama and Mrs. Clinton are aggressively battling to win here, neither campaign is investing as much time or energy as Iowa or New Hampshire. After an appearance at the union hall, Mr. Obama packed a gymnasium at Del Sol High School, with hundreds of people still waiting outside in the crisp desert air, trying to squeeze in. After those two stops, Mr. Obama was scheduled to fly back to Chicago. So what’s on his agenda on Saturday? A vacation day. Update 10:44 p.m : Before he addressed his town hall meeting, Mr. Obama stood on a picnic table in a breezeway outside the school, speaking to a crowd of more than 1,000 who could not get in the gymnasium. He apologized that they could not get in to see him, but he assured them he would be back in Nevada. “We are going to be doing town hall meetings, we’re going to give people a chance to ask questions,” he said. “If you could not get in today, I don’t want you to think that you are not precious to this campaign.” (That, of course, was a departure from New Hampshire. While he drew similar crowds and always took time to briefly address those who could not make it inside, he did not dwell upon how important people were, to specifically ask for their support or take questions from his audiences. And, of course, he came in second.) Related: Teachers Sue to Block Hotel Workers’ Union Vote in Nevada Caucus
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New Album on its way. "Seven Songs For America (And One For The World)" is in production right now. www.BergevinBrothersMusic**** for more information. Due to the overwhelming response for our music, we've gone on to write seven more original songs. The songs will feature Pastor Patrinell (Pat) Wright and the 'Total Experience Gospel Choir', Pearl Jam's Matt Cameron and a host of other talented musicians. Available at www.bergevinbrothersmusic**** "Why Obama?" Three brothers share their story. In December 2007, when Barack Obama came to Seattle, Joe Bergevin and his family went to listen to him speak. At one point, Joe's daughter Chloe broke through the rope line and stood in front of the Senator. He commented on her, saying, "Come on up honey, it's OK, you can come up here." While she (being 1 year old) declined, Joe shook hands with Barack after the event, and commented to him, "I think you're going to get the job done." Barack replied to Joe, "With your help I will, with your help." At that moment, Joe felt he had been charged with a challenge, and started to think of how he could apply his skills to the task of helping get Barack Obama elected. Within a few weeks, Joe was watching the video feed online of Barack Obama and Oprah together on stage and inspiration set in. That day, Obama told a story about one person, Edith Childs, who energized others with a "fired up, ready to go," chant at one of his campaign stops. Inspired by Obama's "One voice can change the world" speech, Joe wrote some lyrics and rough chords that same day, then called his brother Jon to help him finish and arrange the song. The song is named after Edith's chant. After many phone calls, emails, and sleepless nights, they had assembled the team. Ten days later an epic recording was born with the intention of spreading Obama's hopeful message. Contributors include lead singer Reverend Pat Wright and her renowned Total Experience Gospel Choir, drummer Matt Cameron from Pearl Jam, lead singer Jake Bergevin, other top studio musicians, sound engineers, video teams, photographers, caterers, local news teams and a renovated theater with recording studio. From the first word written to the last note performed, this entirely donated and collective effort demonstrates Senator Obama's unifying message and Americans' desire to act on it. We were in awe of how freely people said, "Yes!" to this project. His words "For that is our unyielding faith-that in the face of impossible odds, people who love their country, can change it" demonstrate that great leaders motivate others. Barack is a great leader. "I would have never imagined participating in an event like this, suddenly having a bunch of people come together on behalf of a political candidate; contributing immediately, so fully and unconditionally," said Stephan Schier, one of the project contributors. Edith Childs said in the Greenwood Index Journal "I just had no idea that something done spontaneously would go this far -- in a good way," Childs said. "But as far as the song, I think it's cool. And I'm going to go online and see the (music) video when it comes out. But look, I did (the chant) in June, and I had no idea this is where we'd be on January 25." Now, the song is included on a new album inspired by Obama's candidacy called 'Seven Songs for America (And One for the World)'. This historic and one-of-a-kind album can be purchased by going to in touch with the project at: related video: the following artists: Composition: Bergevin Brothers Music - Lyrics and Music (Joe), Music and Arragement (Jon) The Band: Jon Bergevin - Piano, Musical Direction Osama Afifi - Electric Bass Matt Cameron - Drums (Pearl Jam) & Production Assistance Arturo Rodriguez - Latin Percussion Frank Seeberger - Electric Guitar Jessica Howard - Tambourine The Singers: Pastor Pat Wright - Lead Vocals and Choir Direction Jake Bergevin - Lead Vocals Grady A. Austin - Spoken Vocal and assistant choir direction The Total Experience Gospel Choir Sound Engineering: Chip Butters - Sound Engineering Mark Yeend -- Sound Engineering Video: Neill Barham - Director and Editor Paul Killebrew - Producer Tony Tibbetts - Jib Arm Camera & Technical Advisor Sean Orr -- Camera Photography: Stephan Schier
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Mr Boa shows you how to plant tatties using a tractor with a plough and twenty odd people
30 Oct 2008
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The Jannat 2 actress and former kingfisher model Esha Gupta shed all her inhibitions and clothes as well in front of 300 odd people!
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*******www.tigerm**** Had a lot of fun making this track! Made this one for a lot of reasons. =) The first reason is because my favorite Galaxy Angel in the anime Galaxy Angel is Milfeulle [the pink haired girl shouting about the bully if you're watching the video] There is also a band name by the name of "Eek! A Mouse!" And the title is a ref to that band which I thought had a very clever and catchy name! =3 Another reason [and mainly so] is because I allegorically feel and deal with being bullied in a simlar way. Recently, I was reminded one of the reasons in my teens I discontinued hanging out with some people. Although I am often uptempo and sunny [or so I'm told] I do have a full range of feelings... which often seems to be forgotten because I do -- I tend to see the sunny side of things and want to share that good feeling! However -- I am beginning to notice some who are insecure seem to take this as weakness. I've been through far too much to become depressed over bullying anymore, but I have indeed been there. A lot. Thank God for luck. =3 Early teens I used to get bullied a lot online which was my substitute for a physical social life at one point; as while growing up I had strict parenting by parents who cared a lot about my brothers, sister and I and which I am very grateful for and glad they kept the family in general out of trouble! =3 As for being some of the things I dealt with online sometimes... It didn't matter what the forum theme was: Stepcharts, Furry, Anime or Video Games... I tended to seem to attract the attention of cool people in the community yes... but even before I ever THOUGHT about building a website (didn't build my first until I was 24 years old!) as early as 12 and 13, it appeared I also attracted hatred and jealousy from those in authority [Moderators and administrators] for whatever reasons... guess my artwork--stepcharts/music/poetry/writing from passion!? o.O ...pset those who spent time policing. *Shrugs* I'm used to it now. =) And I'm able to do a lot more as well =3 Whatever the case was -- and whatever the subject was -- it seemed that I'd simply offend because I was "doing" and others would just "talk." But it didn't just stay online. Once around 15, I told my own father that I thought that he was jealous of me because he was treating me meanly. He grounded me and had me write down "jealousy" and the definition of it over and over. Later he complimented me for the very same thing he was treating me meanly about. [Going to keep that confidential, but yes, it was something creative, and yes he liked it after I was done with it =) It's almost like he was testing me... people are odd like that sometimes =3] Sometimes I would get depressed about it being pressured over doing things I understood other people wanted to do and would become jealous me because of. No one really seemed to think outside of themselves when I was around and so at some point I just decided to -- welp! Got to a point where I didn't feel like being around anyone else although it was so odd... people would ask me to be around [almost like they WANTED to see what I'd do to get them mad at me! No kidding... that's how I felt when I'd be asked to "show something" or "talk about what I was doing" =)] So I began to create art and admire art from a distance and then began to be inspired to share my own art. =) It seemed to work at one point (especially when I began making stepfiles and stepcharts for Stepmania around 18) I learned to have fun and joke on myself so mean people would either leave me alone thinking "This guy is NUTS!" Or eventually get others to laugh with me about me--instead of being destructive--I became constructive. =3 I still don't smoke, drink or use alcohol. And I don't expect anyone to really like this video or song either [or at least act like they do -- it likely will just inspire more jealousy -- but bah! My creative-soul is what keeps me full of joy! =)] However -- one thing I do not like is any form of oppression or injustice! Call it cheap and call it boring, but I do get tired of bullies because I do know because I've dealt with quite a few. (usually in passive ways and bullying... is usually over someone else's insecurities I find.) For these reasons (and probably a lot more I am not thinking of right now!) this scene really reached out and touched me so I thought it would be fun to do a whole "Dance-Quirk-Scene-Re-en-Action" "Original Song Scene" (Phew! ^^; Long Name! =D) And welp! Here it is! =3 F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M! ^_~* This Is TIGER M! =) *******www.tigerm****
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*******www.tigerm**** Had a lot of fun making this track! Made this one for a lot of reasons. =) The first reason is because my favorite Galaxy Angel in the anime Galaxy Angel is Milfeulle [the pink haired girl shouting about the bully if you're watching the video] There is also a band name by the name of "Eek! A Mouse!" And the title is a ref to that band which I thought had a very clever and catchy name! =3 Another reason [and mainly so] is because I allegorically feel and deal with being bullied in a simlar way. Recently, I was reminded one of the reasons in my teens I discontinued hanging out with some people. Although I am often uptempo and sunny [or so I'm told] I do have a full range of feelings... which often seems to be forgotten because I do -- I tend to see the sunny side of things and want to share that good feeling! However -- I am beginning to notice some who are insecure seem to take this as weakness. I've been through far too much to become depressed over bullying anymore, but I have indeed been there. A lot. Thank God for luck. =3 Early teens I used to get bullied a lot online which was my substitute for a physical social life at one point; as while growing up I had strict parenting by parents who cared a lot about my brothers, sister and I and which I am very grateful for and glad they kept the family in general out of trouble! =3 As for being some of the things I dealt with online sometimes... It didn't matter what the forum theme was: Stepcharts, Furry, Anime or Video Games... I tended to seem to attract the attention of cool people in the community yes... but even before I ever THOUGHT about building a website (didn't build my first until I was 24 years old!) as early as 12 and 13, it appeared I also attracted hatred and jealousy from those in authority [Moderators and administrators] for whatever reasons... guess my artwork--stepcharts/music/poetry/writing from passion!? o.O ...pset those who spent time policing. *Shrugs* I'm used to it now. =) And I'm able to do a lot more as well =3 Whatever the case was -- and whatever the subject was -- it seemed that I'd simply offend because I was "doing" and others would just "talk." But it didn't just stay online. Once around 15, I told my own father that I thought that he was jealous of me because he was treating me meanly. He grounded me and had me write down "jealousy" and the definition of it over and over. Later he complimented me for the very same thing he was treating me meanly about. [Going to keep that confidential, but yes, it was something creative, and yes he liked it after I was done with it =) It's almost like he was testing me... people are odd like that sometimes =3] Sometimes I would get depressed about it being pressured over doing things I understood other people wanted to do and would become jealous me because of. No one really seemed to think outside of themselves when I was around and so at some point I just decided to -- welp! Got to a point where I didn't feel like being around anyone else although it was so odd... people would ask me to be around [almost like they WANTED to see what I'd do to get them mad at me! No kidding... that's how I felt when I'd be asked to "show something" or "talk about what I was doing" =)] So I began to create art and admire art from a distance and then began to be inspired to share my own art. =) It seemed to work at one point (especially when I began making stepfiles and stepcharts for Stepmania around 18) I learned to have fun and joke on myself so mean people would either leave me alone thinking "This guy is NUTS!" Or eventually get others to laugh with me about me--instead of being destructive--I became constructive. =3 I still don't smoke, drink or use alcohol. And I don't expect anyone to really like this video or song either [or at least act like they do -- it likely will just inspire more jealousy -- but bah! My creative-soul is what keeps me full of joy! =)] However -- one thing I do not like is any form of oppression or injustice! Call it cheap and call it boring, but I do get tired of bullies because I do know because I've dealt with quite a few. (usually in passive ways and bullying... is usually over someone else's insecurities I find.) For these reasons (and probably a lot more I am not thinking of right now!) this scene really reached out and touched me so I thought it would be fun to do a whole "Dance-Quirk-Scene-Re-en-Action" "Original Song Scene" (Phew! ^^; Long Name! =D) And welp! Here it is! =3 F.I.L., -WAM! DJ, TIGER M! ^_~* This Is TIGER M! =) *******www.tigerm****
29 Jul 2012
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