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This vid is Tues jus' jammin'. Tuesday Henderson plays in Whild Peach, a hip-hop band that, in addition to creating is own music, writes and records with OutKast. Needless to say, if you are playing for platinum-selling artists, it's understood that you know what you are doing. Tuesday is an authority on playing live hip-hop.
25 Mar 2007
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Tuesday talks about using electronics in live drumming situations. Analog sounds? Digital sounds? If you were playing for the BIGGEST RAP GROUP IN THE WORLD (like he does) which would you choose? Tuesday Henderson plays in Whild Peach, a hip-hop band that, in addition to creating is own music, writes and records with OutKast. Needless to say, if you are playing for platinum-selling artists, it's understood that you know what you are doing. Tuesday is an authority on playing live hip-hop.
25 Mar 2007
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Tuesday talks about his favorite drummers, teachers, and bandmates.Tuesday Henderson plays in Whild Peach, a hip-hop band that, in addition to creating is own music, writes and records with OutKast. Needless to say, if you are playing for platinum-selling artists, it's understood that you know what you are doing. Tuesday is an authority on playing live hip-hop.
25 Mar 2007
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As Super Tuesday Approaches, The Candidates Start To Play Dirty! This Is Your Political Report From Getthedaily**** - Your Online Source For News.
26 Jan 2008
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Alisa 'Starr' Ballard - Inside of You Lyrics: The biggest part of life, is giving back some of the blessings that were given unto you Through all of the lessons learn, this is the one That makes my heart feel the most joy because it's true Cause there's nothing like, the power of God, Inside of you Inside of you Just like seasons change, we do too, to try to make a better world to be part of Although it may seem hard, at times to do Just know that God is always there to guide you through Cause there's nothing like the power of God, Inside of you Make a joyful noise, great unto the Lord Let your light so shine for those who have no faith in you Move with grace and love, be steadfast and strong Soon they too will seek the God in them, they see in you Make a joyful noise, great unto the Lord Let your light so shine for those who have no faith in you Move with grace and love, be steadfast and strong And they too will seek the God in them they see in you Cause there's nothing like the power of God, Inside of you Political campaigns play to their strengths, and one realm where Sen. Barack Obama has excelled is the ground game. When the campaign began one year ago, Obama was far less known nationally than his principal rivals, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) and former vice presidential candidate John Edwards (D-N.C.). Since then, the freshman senator from Illinois has benefited enormously from the work of legions of grass-roots organizers who are giving, heart and soul, to his White House bid. Obama's successes in the early primaries owe much to the tactics and initiative of young field organizers in places like Estill, S.C., Elko, Nev., and Waterloo, Iowa. Looking ahead to Super Tuesday, where voters in 22 states will choose Democratic delegates, the Obama campaign is again counting on a superior ground game to peel away delegates in very competitive districts. More than 500 paid staffers have been deployed to the Feb. 5 states, Obama campaign manager David Plouffe reported in a conference call with reporters today. He said the campaign has what it calls 75,000 "active volunteers" making telephone calls, knocking on doors and otherwise helping out. To show what a difference the organization can make, Plouffe pointed to Saturday's South Carolina primary, where Obama won 44 of 46 counties and more than doubled Clinton's vote totals amid record turnout. He said 13,000 volunteers reported for duty on Election Day. That works out to one volunteer for every 23 voters who cast a ballot for Obama. "This is a place," Plouffe told reporters, referring to the ground game, "where I think we have a dominant advantage." With vast territory to work and only seven days left, strategists for the surviving candidates are racing to decide how to apportion the campaign's money and time, not to mention the energy of the candidates and their surrogates. Plouffe said the Obama camp is now running radio or television ads in all 22 Feb. 5 states, except Illinois, where a recent poll shows Obama leading Clinton by a 2 to 1 margin. Although polls show Obama trailing in some of the biggest Feb. 5 states, Plouffe said the Obama campaign has raised $5 million online since the South Carolina polls closed. The campaign says it has registered more than 600,000 donors so far, with fewer than 3 percent having contributed the maximum allowable amount. Surrogates are on the air for Obama in their own states, including Sen. Claire McCaskill in Missouri, Sen. Kent Conrad in North Dakota and Gov. Janet Napolitano in Arizona. Advertisements with other prominent supporters are in the works, Plouffe said. An example of Obama's unorthodox decision to deploy organizers to unlikely states is Kansas, where he visited his grandparents' home town of El Dorado today and picked up the endorsement of Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, a popular two-term governor known for working with Republicans -- at least the ones she was unable to persuade to switch parties. Lt. Gov. Mark Parkinson, now a Democrat, is a former chairman of the Kansas Republican Party. Keywords: Super Tuesday Barack Obama Campaign Theme Song Supporters Inspiration Music Video Tsunami Duper Presidential
31 Jan 2008
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Tuesday Feb 5, 2008 7 pm CST *******www.blogtalkradio****/vloggerroundtable *******www.roundtable.patriotactionproductions****
3 Feb 2008
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more at *******www.theuptake**** Video blogger Steve Garfield will be helping The UpTake with it’s Super Tuesday coverage from Boston. Steve tells us what to expect and explains how his cool Nokia phone will enable him to be live with video and interactive!
3 Feb 2008
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Your Daily Politics Video Blog: Tomorrow is the big day: 22 states and a cloud of dust. In today's episode of TPMtv we go over the last few polls both national and in the critical Super Tuesday state of California as we count down to zero hour, February 5th.
5 Feb 2008
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Super Tuesday is the day that typically determines the presidential nomination winners in each party. A whopping 24 states are holding either a primary or a caucus-style election. So, in preparation for today, Daily Idea would like to officially endorse a candidate. Will it be Hillary or Obama? What about McCain or Romney? Or could we endorse someone else? With so many people dropping out, stay tuned over the next week or so, though, when we pick another candidate who’s still in the race.
5 Feb 2008
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Randamity Super Tuesday and Tom Brady's Naked Girlfriend
6 Feb 2008
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Awesome game! Predict the outcome of almost anything, including what will happen on Super Tuesday!
5 Feb 2008
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Hi everyone, I'm Andrea Rene and you're watching the political brief from Get the daily****. The Super Bowl is over but Super Tuesday is about to begin! It could be the make it or break it election day for the top presidential candidates for both parties. And many political experts are saying it could be the most important national primary in U.S. history! Twenty two states will hold elections for the Democrats and 21 states for the Republicans. For the democratic candidates, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, the polls show a virtual tie, and its possible that not even the massive amount of delegates up for grabs tomorrow will decide who is going to be the party's nomination. Previously, Clinton was leading over Obama a national level but now, the senator from Illinois is making sigificant gains in voters from the male population, both white and african-american. And on the republican side, Senator John McCain is pulling way ahead of other contenders Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee. In fact, he's giving speeches as if he already won the nomination! Which for the Republican party, is likely to be decided after tomorrow's vote. Now, candidates on both sides are focusing their attacks not on their fellow party nominees, but on their possible general election contenders. If you thought the political ads were bad now, hold steady because the campaign is just getting started. You just heard the political brief from Get the daily. I'm Andrea Rene and be sure to check back at get the daily**** for ongoing election coverage and Super Tuesday results.
6 Feb 2008
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