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This is my Video Page of all my train spotting and trips out I do around the UK and Abroad.
This is a compilation of photo shoots of my friends and best friend.. Pls. rate it... And also pls comment if my creation is good...thanks..more power
21 Oct 2008
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The Pedicab locally known as Sidecar is a three wheeled bicycle with a covered rear seat for customers. Like a bicycle rickshaw, this form of transportation is powered by human pedal power. Its the least expensive form of transportation in the Philippines, pedicab fares range from 3 peso to 5 pesos. Driving the Sidecar may be one of the most difficult occupations in the world, drivers are often ill due to the heat exposure, exhausting work, and constant sweating. They were called Sidecarboys. This is the story of 3 different generations in driving Sidecar. Arnaldo Paltoto is in his mid 30ies. He is handicapped but he is still enjoying his job despite all his hardships in Life. While 58 year old Del Reyes looks back on a satisfied life beeing a Sidecarboy from the beginning, 11 year old Jonathan has just started his career as a driver. Director: Christopher Wieser travel philippines market bulletin bulliten times cheapest hotel flight cheaptickets accommodation pasay budget bargain ticket makati airfares
6 Jul 2012
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They said I would Die. They were right. They said I was finished. They were wrong. God had another plan and I had a promise to fulfill. Find out more through www.godsmilesnetwork****
6 Jul 2011
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While traveling from Indy to L.A. on the train I shared more stories of life experiences in Indiana, California and more during the train stop in Kansas City, Missouri. Videos that I chose for this show include Blondie, Muse, and John Mellencamp!
9 Dec 2007
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"Ben Cane tells the world his story of life hooked on the uber addictive drug known as Supercool. How a life of promise can fall from grace and turn a person into a husk of a man." - - - - - - This movie was shot digitally for a television production class at SIU.
24 Feb 2009
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As Singapore based Documentary maker takes ride on train across India, she comes across variety of passengers Slum dog at station, Train rat Two lover’s Mumbai lover Shahrukh Khan (aadami) Akela Grooming Voice of happy child – crying 36 hrs train ride is complied in 1 minute, its tells story of life time of various culture of India
23 May 2009
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Series #11 matters of the heart dealing with short stories of life daily challenges.*******www.5ringsyogafordepression****/ Distributed by Tubemogul.
3 Aug 2009
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a story of life in the hidden forest of bulacan
24 Jun 2009
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His was a life of heartbreak, mishap, and disgrace—a journey of Disgrazia. In an honest, open, and gripping account of how his life is full of Disgrazia, author Remo Gino Farinelli narrates two tragic events that affected his life dramatically—when his wife died after giving birth to beautiful twins on Christmas day and the aftermath of this tragedy. He tells it all, in detail, and with all the emotions he could muster, to show everyone the pain, agony, anguish, grief, and sorrow he felt. Dare to follow his tale of bad luck, tragedies, and continuous search for redemption as he shares his true story of life misfortunes to bring you hope and inspiration. Remo Gino Farinelli was born in Italy in October 1926 and came to America when he was fifteen months old. He graduated from high school in 1944 with scholastic honors and as vice-president of his class. He became a U.S. naturalized citizen, enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1944, and served in the South Pacific as a radio operator aboard a submarine tender. He entered college under the G.I. Bill of Rights, and graduated from PMC (now Widener University) with a degree in civil engineering. He worked for forty-two years with Atlantic City Electric Company, which sent him to the University of Pennsylvania for advanced study in Soil Mechanics. Upon retirement, he worked for a private engineering firm until 2009.
16 Nov 2010
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Discover a story of life after death, evidence that love never dies, that energy cannot be created nor destroyed, only transformed in Walking on Sunshine. Walking on Sunshine: NRG—A Divine Transformation follows the author and her family’s journey through loss, grief, and spiritual healing. Extraordinary events are described in vivid detail as heaven communicated with her and her family through divine love and Tyler’s presence. Sheryl was introduced to Merkabah, soul light vehicles, after the passing of her 16 year old son Tyler in 2007. Tyler lived each day fully. The night before his heart stopped he ran up a trail to Mt. Fuji because he wanted to be closer to God singing “Walking on Sunshine.” Tyler lived an exceptional life with diabetes due to Functional Insulin Treatment (FIT). His story is a story of life after death, evidence that love never dies, that energy is transformed. Tyler lives in the light of eternal love. That love reaches his family on earth. The author hopes that in sharing this book, it will bring hope to mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, friends, family, community, and nations who grieve for loved ones passed. We did not lose them. They live in the light. More info at: www.walkingonsunshine**** & www.tylerhill**** Sheryl is the founder of www.clearcausefoundation****
13 Jul 2011
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Find promise and soothe grief as you join author Sheryl Hill on a spiritual journey in Walking on Sunshine. When a loved one dies, it’s intensely painful. When heaven called Tyler Hill, the author’s sixteen-year-old son, home in 2007 it was heartbreaking. Her son’s glorious soul reached her on earth, providing spiritual healing for her grief. Tyler’s story is a story of life after death, evidence that love never dies, that energy cannot be created nor destroyed, only transformed. Tyler lives in the light of eternal love. The author hopes that in sharing this book, it will bring hope to mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, friends, family, community, and nations who grieve for loved ones passed.
18 Aug 2011
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BY JULIA CORDEROY An Iranian actress who has been sentenced to one year in jail and 90 lashes by the Iranian Government is a story of life imitating art - after she starred in a movie about the limits imposed on artists in Iran. Fox News has more details... “Marzieh Vafamehr was arrested in July after appearing in the film 'My Tehran For Sale.' It’s the story of a young actress in Iran, whose theater work is banned by the Government.” The movie was directed by an Iranian-Australian director and made its debut at the Adelaide Film Festival in 2009. Since then it has toured internationally as part of the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival. The movie was banned in Iran, but after copies were sold on the black market, Vafamehr was arrested. MSNBC has more plot points. “In the Film, 'My Tehran For Sale,' Vafamehr stars as an actress whose theatre production is banned by authorities. She is forced to lead a secret life and eventually plots her escape from Iran.” Charges against the actress include not having a permit to produce the movie which was shot on location in Tehran, and the absence of the hijab -- the traditional Muslim head covering. But the film’s director says that there are no grounds for these charges. BBC quotes her saying... "All the documentation has been provided to the Iranian court to show that permits were in place for the production of the film.” And In regard to the head covering, The Australian quotes the director... "It was not necessary to have the conventional hijab because technically there's no hair [in the film Vafamehr has a shaved head]... It's a very harsh outcome for something that is not written in law.” But why is Vafamehr the only one being punished? An Iranian film critic based in London tells The Guardian it’s a matter of access. Since Vafamehr is the only one in Iran, she takes all the punishment. "They have no access to the film's producers in Australia, so they want to take revenge from its actress instead, she's taken as a ransom.” The film was funded by the SA Film Corporation, who say they have no regrets. The CEO tells Yahoo! 7 News... “Will it stop us making risky films in the future? No, I think it’s important.” The Australian Government is urging Iran to protect the rights of its citizens. Miss Vafamehr’s lawyer is appealing the decision.
15 Oct 2011
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