Turny from Autoadapt is an outward-swivelling, motor-operated car seat lift. The continuously adjustable raising and lowering function of the Turny Orbit makes it ideal for disabled passengers, who can now transfer to and from a waiting wheelchair.
MTV RW Denver asset, week 11. Colie is told not to fraternize with Adam from Outward Bound; Brooke is not excited about the roommates next training exercise. Real World Denver airs every Wednesday at 10pm on MTV. *******realworld.mtv****/ From Wiredset digital agency.
This video will not necessarily make you an amazing screamer. it will give you the basics on inward screaming (also known as pig squealing) (made famous by Vehemence and Job for a Cowboy) but you'll have to practice yourself
How To Screamo Scream and Outward Screaming should be coming soon.
MTV RW Denver asset, week 14. Davis' boyfriend P.J. comes to visit and Stephen feels uncomfortable when they start having sex. Real World Denver airs every Wednesday at 10pm on MTV. *******realworld.mtv****/ From Wiredset digital agency.
Niklas Aarre goes on his DofE silver award, his only chance of survival is to use the trekmates products...
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Spoofing the "self-improvement motivational guru".This short-lived ABC offering that was pushed hugely,featured still Seinfeld fresh Alexander as motivational speaker--okay,HUGELY successful motivational speaker--Bob Patterson. Behind his outward appearance as a bright,charismatic seller of personal goals and dreams, he is underneath a wreck,reeling from divorce,unable to make a strong impression with his teenage son and facing a lack of respect among his own peers at the company he is contracted.
While vacationing with my parents in California in July of 2001, one of the stops was in San Francisco. I had the video camera, and took it around the city... on one of the famous cable cars, around the Golden Gate Bridge, and even caught this sight a few blocks from Fisherman's Wharf. It's a homeless person (I think this person is homeless) hiding behind what looks like a random bush or shrub or evergreen on the sidewalk. At random times, the person will make some sort of noise (unable to figure out if it's a word or what) and move a "branch" or two outwards towards an unsuspecting victim and giving them a little scare. I was caught off-guard, and having the camera in hand, thought, heck, this is too funny! I don't know if the person is still there today as I haven't been out in California since then, but hey, it was a great laugh!
This has to be one of the best loved show experiment amongst Flensburg’s chemistry students:
The wax flame thrower!
Since the experiment has found its way into the Flensburg laboratories, it has been shown at a number of events to great acclaim from the audience. This experiment is a relatively safe way to demonstrate combustion. It can also be used in fire safety education. If you try to extinguish burning fat or the wax on the Christmas decorations with water, you get the same effect. This is a serious risk, as your intuition will always tell you to use water to put out a fire. But in these cases, that would be the worst thing to do – as this experiment demonstrates.
The combustion you can see so clearly in the video comes about through a number of steps.
1. The test tube is around 400° C hot; exposed to the cold water, it cools down rapidly and the bottom of the tube shatters.
2. Through the hole thus caused, water enters the test tube and meets the hot wax.
3. The water in the test tube evaporates immediately, greatly expands in volume and drives the liquid wax upwards and outwards.
4. The liquid wax and further gaseous components are ejected from the tube and finely disseminated.
5. The heat, fine dissemination and consequent high saturation with Oxygen mean that small, cracked particles (Hydrogen radicals) ignite in the waxen steam.
6. The flame of the radical reaction ignites the liquid part of the wax mixture.
So, there is also a lot going on chemically with this experiment.
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Cat communication consists of a range of methods with which cats communicate with humans, other cats, and other animals. While superficially cats may seem to lack social behavior, in fact close study reveals a wide repertoire of subtle behaviors, which serve cats in their natural wild setting where they form organized hierarchies, and in their domestic interactions with humans.A common misunderstanding is that all "affectionate" biting is nipping. When a cat becomes irritated or tired of being petted (ie. being rubbed the wrong way, being irritated by static electricity, being sore, wanting to sleep, or just being cranky), the cat may cease to nip and start to bite. The crucial difference is that the cat will bite harder than a nip but will rarely be painful, and will be displaying other signs of irritation at being petted (ie. purring stopped, tail no longer vertical, whiskers and ears pointed backwards, paw swiping at the petting hand before or immediately after the bite). This is not a sign of outward aggression, just simply a terse request that the cat's human companion should immediately stop some action which the cat has ceased to enjoy.
Watch from ground zero, this massive atomic wedgie. This is not abuse. Allow me to explain. They have something in Japan called "kancho". The kancho administrator clasps his (or her) hands together with index and middle fingers extended and proceeds to thrust outward into an unsuspecting victim's rear nether-regions. Perferrably, the recipient is occupied with some task that requires bending over, thereby nicely exposing the target area. After painfully enduring many of these at the hands (um...literally, I suppose) of my young cousin, I decided an introduction to the American Wedgie was in order. Ah, the cross cultural exchange of ideas. What a lovely thing...
The Source of Inspiration for Child Soldiers:
When negative individuals speak to you it is best to smile. If showing an outward smile is an offence then smile inside because they can be a source of inspiration. A fool came to me speaking of plans on how he would like to use me for financial reward Child Soldiers Poetic Source of Inspiration: To read more may order your copy of the book, ISBN: 0970335318, as we continue…. This video is just a new avenue on the artistic creative release using the materials that have already produced; it’s a resourceful necessity, a poetic outfomercial. The Artist thanks you for your appreciation and continual support. Ashia`-Hotep
*******www.microcinemadvd**** "Unlike anything the fashion, art, and creative worlds have ever seen, FLY is a unique, multi-sensory journey into the fashion magazine of the future. FLY’S visionary collection of exclusive short fashion films, interviews, documentaries, and music videos are released on a limited edition DVD with a graphic silkscreen cover printed on recycled handmade packaging.
FLY’s contributors are some of the best-established and emerging talent from all creative disciplines—film, fashion, photography, design, art, and music. FLY’s current issue, “What A World, What A World” includes 22 short films with renowned artists such as Alex Cayley, Jamie Isaia, Ghukfvin, Catherine Cushman, Gray Scott, Tiziano Magni, Bruce Gilden, Elliot Erwitt, and Susan Meiselas. This issues features section pays homage to the photo agency Magnum’s 60th Anniversary. Fashion in FLY’s films come from Givenchy, Yohji Yamamoto, YSL, Sonya Rykiel, Junya Watanabe, Rick Owens, Shelly Steffee, Ann Demulemeester, Miu Miu, Kiki De Montparnasse, with music from, Van She, Cut Copy, The Presets, New Young Pony Club, Tiger Sushi and Sir Alice amongst others. Featuring Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Missy Rayder, The Ditmar Triplets, JP and Natasa V.
FLY is the first product of its kind: a limited edition, forward-thinking moving magazine, providing a new way to experience and showcase fashion, art, and music. FLY features fashion and art-inspired short films, interviews and documentaries, video installation pieces, digital art, animation, and music videos—created by established and emerging photographers, filmmakers, animators, and artists.
FLY 02 categories include Editorials, Features, Music Videos, The Loop
Domestic and hidden curiosities Directed by Cyril Guyot
Designer Yves Saint Laurent Featuring Natasa V.
America’s fascination with the automobile takes an erotic turn as a housewife leaves her domestic bliss behind to explore her hidden curiosities.
The Veil Directed by Catherine Cushman
Designer Junya Watanabe Featuring J.P
A childhood memory that recalls a mysterious woman dressed in black that wanders the street pushing a baby carriage.
The Last Shot Directed by Tiziano Magni
Designer Kiki de Montparnasse
A woman burns every last remnant of a relationship that has died.
I Got Devil Directed by Alex Antich
Designer Martin Margiella
A dark nightclub dreamscape mixes dancing and delirium in flashes of light that show how stories may lie beneath outward appearances.
String Directed by Jamie Isaia
Designer Sonia Rykiel Featuring Marina Skopkareva
In a lush open field, a woman finds a string. She follows it in a search to see where it will lead.
Waves Directed by Alex Cayley
Designer Yoji Yamamoto
Dancers from The Cedar Lake Dance Company float across the screen as if they were under water.
Please Excuse Me For Staring Directed by Stephen Blaise
Designer Miu, Miu Featuring Julia Restion Roitfeld & Todd Sines
In an exercise in futility, a lonely guy try’s speaking with a young woman eating an egg salad sandwich at a table across from him.
A Series of Missed Connections Directed by Noah David Smith
Designer Shelly Steffee
A mans point of view as he falls in love many times throughout the day.
23.98 Directed by Stephen Blaise
Designer Rick Owens
A study of unique beauty and clothing filmed at 24 frames per second.
Vacuus Numb Directed by Gray Scott
Designer Ann Demeulemeester
An ominous mysterious interaction between a man, a woman and a television set takes place in a fallout shelter.
Sleepwalking Through the Mekong Directed by filmmaker John Pirozzi
Sleepwalking Through the Mekong follows California based band Dengue Fever on their recent journey to Cambodia to perform classic 60s and 70s Cambodian rock-n-roll in the country where it was created, made popular, and very nearly destroyed.
FLY presents an edited short of this documentary
Photographer Bruce Gilden’s childhood in Brooklyn endowed him with a keen eye for observing urban behaviors and customs. The strong dynamic forms and graphic quality of his images and his unconventional confrontational style distinguish Gilden’s original vision. His work has been shown widely in museums and galleries all over the world. Gilden has received numerous grants and awards for his work including three National Endowments for the Arts fellowships (1980, 1984 and 1992), a Villa Medicis Hors les Murs (1995), New York State Foundation for the Arts Grant (1979, 1992 and 2000), the European Award for Photography (1996) and a Japan Foundation Fellowship (1999).
In 1998, Gilden became a member of Magnum.
Leaves is an experimental animation dealing with the cycles of life, technology, and human behavior. Screenings have been presented at MoMa Workspheres, Mori Museum and Virgin Cinemas. This is a short excerpt from this innovative piece.
Video Jonathan Turner
Music Jack Hazard
A short film by Patrik Andersson, inspired by his mentor, and his childhood memories growing up in Sweden watching Ingmar Bergman films.
Through film and still photographs Shirin Neshat tells stories of men and women's positions in the Muslim culture. She explores the distinctive opposites of the culture between man & woman, free & oppressed, tradition & renewal. Much of her work deals with taboo sexuality, sensuality, forbidden attractions and repressed contact between the sexes. She demonstrates the way in which gender is the deciding factor in the individual's social status. Her works concerns itself with women's marginalized position in society. She was awarded a Golden Lion at the Biennale in Venice in 1999, received the ICP Infinity Award for Art in 2002, and was named honorary professor at the Berlin Institute of Arts in 2004.
Writer/Director Christopher Romero returns to the short form with a poignant examination of the intersecting lives of strangers, each haunted by an unforgettable trauma. Filmed in and around Woodstock, NY by Frankie DeMarco, Patch stars Melissa Leo, Leo Burmester, and Deborah Harry. Original music by Adrian Romero.
The Presets - “Are You The One’ (Modular People)
The Owl - ‘I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness’
Wolfmother - ‘Woman’ (Modular/Interscope Records)
Emily Haines - ‘Dr Blind’ (Last Gang Records)
Clark - “TED’ (Warp Records)
I Love UFO - ‘Like In The Movies’ (Record Makers)
The Presets - ‘Girl And The Sea’ (Modular People)
The Loop showcases music from the record label Modular People, featuring tracks by:
That was just a dream by Cut Copy
Saturdays by Cut Copy
The Twilight by Cut Copy
Forgotten Works by Klaxons
Street Juice by MSTRKRFT
The Bomb by New Young Pony Club
Ice Cream by New Young Pony Club
Steamworks by The Presets
Down Down Down by The Presets
I Go Hard I Go Home by The Presets
Are You The One by The Presets
Girlkillsbear by Softlightes
Woman (MSTRKRFT Remix) by Wolfmother "
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