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In this video Robert Rubin recalls how his favorite teacher, Mrs. Dorothy Collins, inspired him and pushed him towards success.
20 Oct 2009
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Barry Meyer, Chair & CEO of Warner Bros., recalls in this video how his favorite teacher Mrs. Lillian Meyer had a significant impact on his life. Come visit *******myteachermyhero**** to view more inspirational stories about teachers and to share one of your own.
20 Oct 2009
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This home brew amp put out 3KW the first time it was fired up. After tuning and a few mods it eventually did 5KW on the 11 meter CB band. It was created for mobile use! The rig? A 1963 Ford pickup with a small block chevy under the hood, a Dodge rear axle and a datsun 4Cyl engine in the bed to run the 12KW Genset that powered the AMP. The only thing in the cab was a basic Cobra 40 Channel CB. There was a remote start for the 4Cyl genny and the amp could be online within a minute or so. The driver amp was a solid state 500 Watt brick if I recall correctly. The output tube was an Eimac 3CX5000. Video was shot May 19th 1989.
20 Oct 2009
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SOMETHINGS GONNA LIVE (2009, 77 min.) is an intimate portrait of life, friendship and the movies, as recalled by some of Hollywood's greatest cinema artists. A follow-up by Daniel Raim to his Oscar-nominated documentary, THE MAN ON LINCOLN'S NOSE, the film profiles renowned art directors Robert Boyle (NORTH BY NORTHWEST, THE BIRDS), Henry Bumstead (TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, THE STING), Harold Michelson (STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE, CATCH-22) and Albert Nozaki (THE WAR OF THE WORLDS, THE TEN COMMANDMENTS), as well as master cinematographers Conrad Hall (IN COLD BLOOD, BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID) and Haskell Wexler (IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT, WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?). From snapshots, sketches, and vintage footage interwoven with interviews and new scenes of these octagenarian artists at work, we get a behind-the-scenes look at moviemaking in the golden age of cinema. As we watch iconic scenes of our collective imagination emerge from their drawings, models, matte paintings, and sets, we hear tales of Mae West, "Hitch," and DeMille, and experience their longing for the sense of community that made working on these films so great. Not a nostalgia piece, but an exploration of the artist's moral obligation to truthfully portray the human condition, SOMETHING'S GONNA LIVE is a deeply moving and thought-provoking celebration of the human stories behind the glamorous edifice of Hollywood. For more information on the film, please visit: *******somethingsgonnalive**** CONNECT WITH AFI: *******AFI**** *******twitter****/AmericanFilm *******facebook****/AmericanFilmInstitute
30 Jul 2011
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Victims of the dust storms in the 1930s recall how they kept millions of tons of dust out of their homes and out of their lungs.
21 Oct 2009
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Reed recalls the story of the discovery of the body and diamond shaped obelsick. The hovring obelsick is reportedly bigger inside than out. Land of the Lost, anybody?
1 Nov 2009
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*******SeatsandStrollers**** has a great catalog of all types of Car Seats and Baby Strollers, including brand names such as Britax, Eddie Bauer, Safety 1st, and more! There's also a blog which offers up-to-date product recall information, product reviews, and more.
4 Nov 2009
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"Hello Stranger" was a 1963 hit single by Barbara Lewis which spent two weeks at number one on the R&B singles chart in Billboard crossing over to #3 Pop. "Hello Stranger" was written by Barbara Lewis herself who was originally inspired to write a song with that title while working gigs in Detroit with her musician father: “I would make the circuit with my dad and people would yell out: ‘Hey stranger, hello stranger, it’s been a long time’". Lewis recorded "Hello Stranger" at Chess Studios in Chicago in January 1963. The track's producer Ollie McLaughlin recruited the Dells to provide the background vocals. The arrangement by Riley Hampton - then working with Etta James - featured a signature organ riff provided by keyboardist John Young. The track was completed after thirteen takes. Lewis would recall that on hearing the playback of the finished track, Dells member Chuck Barksdale "kept jumping up and down and saying, ‘It’s a hit, it’s a hit.’...I didn’t really know. It was all new to me.” "Hello Stranger" was remade in 1966 by the Capitols again with Ollie McLaughlin producing (McLaughlin recorded the Capitols on his Karen label after hearing the group perform at a local dance headlined by Barbara Lewis). "Hello Stranger" was also a 1969 single release by Darius before returning to the charts in 1973 when it became a regional hit for Fire & Rain. Fire & Rain were a folk rock duo comprising veteran Tucson musician Manny Freiser and Patti McCarron, Freiser's then-wife who sang lead; their version, which featured Michael Omartian on keyboards, was arranged by Ben Benay who also played guitar. Benay had also been guitarist on the version of "Hello Stranger" by Darius. The Supremes and The Four Tops recorded a duet version of the song in 1971 for their third duet album Dynamite!. Manny Freiser would recall: "Mercury [Records] released "Hello Stranger" as a single against our wishes. It became a legitimate hit at easy listening radio...Mercury then tried to cross it over to Top-40 radio...We started picking up major markets, mostly in the southeast...The single precariously "bubbled under the Hot 100" on Billboard's charts in spring '73: #106 one week, #105 the next, and so on" entering the Billboard Hot 100 that June at #100 where it remained for three weeks and then dropped off the charts. Freiser - "Although it had sold 70,000+ copies, 'Hello Stranger' had basically been a 'turntable hit' at Top 40 radio -- one that got played alot [sic], but didn't break. It thus became Billboard Magazine's lowest-ranked Hot 100 single of 1973, ranking #573 out of 573 singles that made the Hot 100." The most successful incarnation of "Hello Stranger" since the Lewis original has been the 1977 Yvonne Elliman version produced by Freddie Perren; both Elliman and Perren deliberately sought to capture the sound of the original and the resultant track reached the US Top 20. Elliman's version also charted R&B at #57 and was most successful on the Easy Listening chart where it was #1 for four weeks. In the UK Elliman's version was less successful reaching #26. "Hello Stranger" did not have the cachet of being the remake of a "golden oldie" in the UK as the Barbara Lewis original was overlooked in its 1963 UK release on London Records and although Elkie Brooks' first single, released in 1964, had featured a version of "Hello Stranger" that single's A-side had been Brooks' cover of another US R&B hit: Etta James' "Something's Got a Hold on Me" (not a chart item for Brooks). In 1985 Carrie Lucas' remake of "Hello Stranger" - which featured the Whispers - was a Top 20 R&B hit and in 2004 Queen Latifah remade "Hello Stranger" for her The Dana Owens Album. Other versions of the song have been recorded by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas for the Heat Wave.
4 Nov 2009
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1989 was a year of great change, a major turning point, for all those living in the Eastern Bloc. The revolutions of 1989 ushered in a new era of democracy. Now, 20 years on, eyewitnesses recall what it was like to live during this time and how the revolutions have shaped their lives. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******multivu.prnewswire****/mnr/prne/tipik/37567/
5 Nov 2009
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*******www.maximotv**** Joe Jackson (Michael Jackson father) talks to the press at the 2009 BET AWARDS at the Shrine in los Angeles June 28. Jackson's image as a father was tainted throughout the late 1980s through the mid 1990s in which the media reported stories told by some of his children that Jackson was abusive towards his children. When he managed his family, he ordered each of them to call him "Joseph", which led to several siblings being estranged from their father. In 2003, in an interview for BBC TV, Joseph admitted to using physical punishment on his children and also voiced his disapproval of homosexuality. Michael Jackson claimed that from a young age he was physically and emotionally abused by his father, enduring incessant rehearsals, whippings and name-calling, but also contended that his father being a strict disciplinarian played a large part of his success. In one altercation — later recalled by Marlon Jackson - Joseph held Michael upside down by one leg and "pummeled him over and over again with his hand, hitting him on his back and buttocks." Joseph would also trip up or push his male children into walls. One night while Michael was asleep, Joseph climbed into his room through the bedroom window. Wearing a fright mask, he entered the room screaming and shouting. Joseph said he wanted to teach his children not to leave the window open when they went to sleep. For years afterward, Michael suffered nightmares about being kidnapped from his bedroom. Michael first spoke openly about his childhood abuse in a 1993 interview with Oprah Winfrey. He said that during his childhood he often cried from loneliness and would sometimes get sick or start to vomit upon seeing his father.In Michael's other high profile interview, Living with Michael Jackson (2003), the singer covered his face with his hand and began crying when talking about his childhood abuse. Jackson recalled that Joseph sat in a chair with a belt in his hand as he and his siblings rehearsed and that "if you didn't do it the right way, he would tear you up, really get you." Follow us on twitter****/maximotv ***Video Interviews/B-Roll is available for licensing*** The viewing of this clip by website visitors is only permissible for personal use; copying, commercial use, distribution, additional use or transfer is expressly prohibited. © Ricomix Productions / Maximo TV™ / maximotv****
17 Nov 2009
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*******review-bonus****/lumosity.html Sharpen your memory. The games in this course will help you work on your spatial and working memory, and face-name recall. *******review-bonus****/lumosity.html ----------------------------------------- improve short term memory, improve short term memory loss, improve short term memory games, how to improve short term memory loss, how to improve short term memory in children, exercises to improve short term memory, games to improve short term memory, how to improve short term memory, how to improve short term memory loss, how to improve your short term memory, improve my short term memory, improve your short term memory, improving short term memory, short term memory improvement, ways to improve short term memory, Distributed by Tubemogul.
24 Nov 2009
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"A Force Of Nature" POCKET feat. Mark Burgess of Chameleons UK - a new EP to be Released: November 24th, 2009 by 24 Hour Service Station *******24hourservicestaion**** *******music-by-pocket**** The sixth release in Pocket's Collaboration EP Series, Mark Burgess (Chameleons UK, The Sun and the Moon, Black Swan Lane) fancied the idea of what POCKET was doing with his Singles EP series so much, that he contributed two tracks to this record, “A Force Of Nature” & “Heaven.” The A-side pulses, throbs and chugs with Burgess' melodic lyrics raising the pressure to a glorious conclusion, while the B-side recalls the best moments of 80's vanguards The Psychedelic Furs. Includes remixes from Dub Gabriel & Kites With Lights along with a reworking of the title track by Elk City.
24 Nov 2009
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Back in October as part of the Walk21 conference, I was very lucky to be able to accompany a small group of international pedestrian experts on an exclusive walking tour of the High Bridge, which has been closed to the public for nearly 40 years. Since Streetfilms is all about sharing, we interviewed a few folks-in-the-know and have posted the breathtaking experience of what it was like being up there. Not soon after starting as a volunteer for Transportation Alternatives back in the 1990s I can recall reading of a push to open the High Bridge during a postcard campaign directed at then Parks Commissioner Henry Stern in 1998. In the years since, there have been many community groups, non-profits, and public agencies which have gotten involved in raising public awareness and advocating for its re-opening. City Parks Foundation, The High Bridge Coalition, and C.L.I.M.B. just to name a few. Although over the years there have been many announced target opening dates and talk of getting the capital funds needed, of recent there is much momentum. Very early in 2010, community input and design will finally begin. Then we can hope it will not be long until we can all walk and bike across this magnificent structure.
24 Nov 2009
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Author Mitch Albom recalls a lesson in faith from the Far East.
1 Dec 2009
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*******YouthfulFitness**** ============================= Acai Berry Diet & Rachel Ray - Her Best Weight Loss Secret - Not a Scam? - If you think that only famous and amazing people are getting featured in the leading television shows in our society nowadays, think again. Though it is true that those who are really famous or talented are being invited to be a guest in our television shows, it is not all about them. These celebrated shows also feature things more than movies, business, entertainment, technology, and other cool stuffs. These shows also feature something more that has value and essence like food. To give you a concrete example, let us recall one of the much celebrated shows we have and the amazing food it featured which is Acai Berry Diet and Rachel Ray. It is only recently when Acai Berry, pronounced as ahh-sigh-ee berry, was featured in the famous show Rachel Ray which was aired in national television and was shown by millions of people. This is a wonderful fruit which first thrived in the rainforest of the Amazonians in South Brazil. It is oftentimes labeled as the small but terrible berry fruit as it is a small, rounded, and dark fruit which resembles a grape, only smaller and darker. Also known as one of the Top Super Food as Oprah, another well-known television show in the world, coined it, acai berry and Rachel ray was still able to relay the wonderful and amazing message to the public that is, acai berry is really a superb fruit. On Rachel Ray's episode featuring Acai Berry, the good-looking, young, and beautiful hostess discussed the numerous health benefits of this super food which include vitamins and minerals, essential amino and fatty acids, proteins, fibers, antioxidants, among others. Acai Berry Diet and Rachel Ray also elaborated on its ability to aid in weight loss and anti-aging as it do contains a lot of fiber and vitamin E. There is no doubt that Rachel Ray is an avid customer of acai berry. Now you want to have more energy, be Healthier, look Younger, lose weight, and cleanse your body, right? Do this with Oprah's Dynamic Duo of Acai Berry & Colon Cleanse by Clicking Here Now! Acai Berry is the #1 "Super Food" because it has so many different elements that help your body, so you can't go wrong with Acai Berries & Colon Cleansing. (more)
29 Oct 2010
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(In Theaters: November 6, 2009) Americans generally like to hear good news. They like to believe that a new President will right old wrongs, that clean energy will replace dirty oil, and that fresh thinking will set the economy straight. American pundits tend to restrain their pessimism and to hope for the best. But is anyone prepared for the worst? Michael Ruppert is a different kind of American. A former Los Angeles police officer turned independent reporter, he predicted the current financial crisis in his self-published newsletter “From the Wilderness” at a time when most Wall Street and Washington analysts were still in denial. Smith has always had a feeling for outsiders in films like “American Movie” and “American Job.” In “Collapse,” Smith stylistically departs from his past films by interviewing Ruppert in a format that recalls the work of Errol Morris and Spalding Gray. Sitting in a room that looks like a bunker, Ruppert recounts his career as a radical thinker and spells out the crises he sees ahead. He draws upon the same news reports and data available to any Internet user, but he applies a unique interpretation. He is especially passionate over the issue of “peak oil,” the concern raised by scientists since the 1970s that the world will eventually run out of fossil fuel. While other experts debate this issue in measured tones, Ruppert doesn’t hold back at sounding an alarm. He portrays a future that resembles apocalyptic science fiction. Listening to his rapid flow of opinions, the viewer is likely to question some of the rhetoric as paranoid or deluded; and to sway back and forth on what to make of the extremism. Smith lets viewers form their own judgments. Genre: Documentary, Horror Director: Chris Smith website: *******www***llapsemovie**** Copyright © 2009 Bluemark Productions DISCLAIMER:</span> I DO NOT OWN this video, this video is downloaded from <a href="*******www.apple****/trailers/">apple****</a> and copyright infringement is NOT intended. This video is not for personal gain and is only intended for entertaining purposes.
6 Dec 2009
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