Emily - 5 years old - Singing "Lucky" by Brittney Spears My little Poo Koo Bear.....Look how cute you are.....It seems just like yesterday.....Now your all grown up....Sniff Sniff......just look at you now ..... a very Beautiful young woman..... I still cant help it.....I miss my little Poo Koo Bear.......I LOVE YOU POO KOO BEAR!!! ......and I love my BEAUTIFUL GROWN UP EMILY TOO! .....We took our old VHS tape to Im Frog Media.....He was able to put it on DVD......The tape was in pretty bad shape, but he did a great job with what he had to work with......There are a few spots that are blurbed......I am just sooooo glad that we found it, and was able to salvage what we could..... I LOVE IT! :)
Happy Tree Friends - Class Act (Blurb) Its the timless holiday classic, BLURBED! With the BLURB version you get all the usual blood and gore with the added bonus of behind the scenes snippets, fun factoids and mindless musings along the way to enhance your episodic experience!
1/7: Rae reflects on life and growing up. Where Rae is serious and just more or less unloads. There's books to be blurbed and things to be discussed....next week! comment! email! everything!
The Dawn of Days, by Denis Horgan
War War and hostages in Iraq
Beautiful Creatures Book Trailer "Beautiful Creatures" by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl Available December 2009 from Little, Brown and Company For more information of VLC Productions:
Authors@Google: Jack Bowen Jack Bowen visits Google's San Francisco office to present his book "If You Can Read This: The Philosophy of Bumper Stickers". This event took place on April 21, 2010, as part of the Authors@Google series. "Imagine speeding along the freeway while your driver, Ludwig Wittgenstein, dissects and reassembles the bumper-sticker "wisdom" on passing cars. Thats the kind of trip it is to read If You Can Read This."—Tom Cathcart and Dan Klein, authors of Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar "In the sense of being pregnant with meaning, this book has a baby on board."—Christopher Hitchens, author of God Is Not Great Readers may find themselves involved in fender benders once they realize how much fun it is to think about the messages in bumper stickers and start tailgating in order to read and ***yze them. A fantastic contribution to philosophy as it occurs in the real world.—John Perry, co-host of the nationally syndicated Philosophy Talk, professor emeritus of philosophy at Stanford University "If you love twitter (and even if you don't), you're going to love Jack Bowen's insightful and hilarious romp through the pre-twitter world of bumper sticker sloganeering. On every page I had two reactions: (1) a vigorous horse laugh, and (2) a curious 'uh, I didn't know that.' Humor and insight: what more can you ask from a book? ***. Yes, it has that too. Read this book."—Michael Shermer, Publisher of Skeptic magazine, monthly columnist for Scientific American, author of Why People ...
Sunday Morning Cover Sunday Morning by Maroon 5 cover :)
Melber on McCain: MSNBC 10/10/08 Ari Melber, JP Freire and David Shuster "MSNBC Live" 2:14pm Panel TRANSCRIPTION ARI MELBER: [N]ow you have, of course, this increasing negativity and hate speech, really, at times erupting at McCain-Palin rallies; a disturbing thing, obviously, for a serious campaign with serious challenges [...]. Has the Straight Talk Express become the hate talk express? It's not a good sign when you have the secret service investigating your rallies. That's happened this week, unfortunately, because of the way that Senator McCain is conducting his campaign. [...] JP FREIRE: [I]t's not really hate speech. This is just the classic trumping up of the hate card--excuse me, of the race card. [...] [...] FREIRE: [I]f you're talking about the hate in which someone brings up the serious questions about Barack Obama's judgment in selecting mentors that are '60s radicals [...] I guess we can call that hate [...]. MELBER: You heard me mention the example of the unfortunate remark that was made at the rally that the secret service is investigating. That's part of what I'm talking about. Do you have a response to that? FREIRE: No, of course not. I have no idea what backed that up [...]. [...] DAVID SHUSTER: Since when is Bill Ayers a mentor [...]? FREIRE: [H]e also blurbed [Ayers'] book, he served on a board with him, he-- SHUSTER: But that doesn't make him a mentor, does it? FREIRE: No [...]. However, he has always aligned himself with people that have wound up embarrassing him. That shows an ...
Ron Paul [REVO]LUTION (Rebel Yell) Excerpt from 'Angry White Man': To understand Paul's philosophy, the best place to start is probably the Ludwig von Mises Institute, a libertarian think tank based in Auburn, Alabama. The institute is named for a libertarian Austrian economist, but it was founded by a man named Lew Rockwell, who also served as Paul's congressional chief of staff from 1978 to 1982. Paul has had a long and prominent association with the institute, teaching at its seminars and serving as a "distinguished counselor." The institute has also published his books. The politics of the organization are complicated--its philosophy derives largely from the work of the late Murray Rothbard, a Bronx-born son of Jewish immigrants from Poland and a self-described "anarcho-capitalist" who viewed the state as nothing more than "a criminal gang"--but one aspect of the institute's worldview stands out as particularly disturbing: its attachment to the Confederacy. Thomas E. Woods Jr., a member of the institute's senior faculty, is a founder of the League of the South, a secessionist group, and the author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, a pro-Confederate, revisionist tract published in 2004. Paul enthusiastically blurbed Woods's book, saying that it "heroically rescues real history from the politically correct memory hole." Thomas DiLorenzo, another senior faculty member and author of The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War, refers to the ...
GMWS: [Mickey and Donald: Magical Adventure 3] I'm going to start abbreviating "Game Music Worth Sharing" so get used to it. I blurbed about Capcom's Magical Quest/Adventure series not to long ago, so I thought I'd share just ONE of the reasons why these games kick ass. Yoko Shimomura eat your heart out! Not sure the track names would fit in the title. This would be "The Woods of Downfalling Spores" and "The Rocky Mountain of Sand" respectively. This one's a two-fer, since I couldn't decide. Chances you'll see a lot of those since I'm trying reduce the amount of vids for my favorite tracks on the same game. NOTE: One screenshot IS from the GBA version, even though these are the SNES tracks. I was going to include the boxart for the US release on GBA but the art was just...crap. Composed by Mari Yamaguchi (山口真理) And Tatsuya Nishimura (にしむらたつや) Game, Scenario and Code © Capcom, Tokuro Fujiwara Mickey Mouse, Donald and other such likenesses © The Walt Disney Corporation
Blacks get blurbed A fart in Israel gets more than 9 seconds of air time
Be***r Bhutto-"Bin Laden was Murdered" Research & Unplug!.. Soon after this interview Pakistan's 1st Woman president was murdered. She blurbed out about Osama Bin Laden being killed towards end of the Video. This is common news in the political world around the globe yet Americans and the "western" world live in a well controlled media bubble. We are in Afghanistan for exploitation & poppy (wh/ makes opium, morphine & heroin) not for any other reason. If your minds are still in shock over the inside job of 9/11 please wake up!..unplug!
God is like a girlfriend, a really really great girlfriend National Slam Poet [and author or "I am NOT a poet" & "Things to do with beer Bottles"] performs a poem at the Worcester, MA Java Hut Slam [one of the hottest slam venues in the country curated by Bill MacMillan]. This poem features Zork's rather distinctive song stylings of Stevie Wonder and Dobie Gray [singer of the #1 song of all time "Drift Away and a great guy who blurbed Zork's book] Zork welcomes everyone that likes this poem to help a poor, poor poet and buy one of his books at or look at and for books by "Eric ZORK Alan" ["I am NOT a poet" & "Things to do with beer bottles" Have some college pay him a bunch of money to perform too... Zork likes those gigs. And don't forget, buy Macs, not PCs! -- Eric ZORK Alan --
15 things I want to do after graduation Here are 15 things I randomly blurbed one day about what I want to do after graduation. Thought I'd share 1. Get a job that can help people 2. Get a CCNA certification- just to do it for myself 3. Volunteer 4. improve my Spanish 5. learn to play the piano 6. Learn Hebrew and do the 7 year Talmud study 7. Teach at a college level 8. Get my PH.D. or at least a masters 9. Have a child- but only when I'm in a very stable condition 10. Travel overseas 11. Become good at calculus 12. Dabble in photography 13. Be in a play 14. marry Drew 15. Contribute to free open source software