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  • What Is Really Happening In Mexico? Day 6 - Part 3 PUERTO VALLARTA/YELAPA Hosted by Scott Sheehan Directed & Produced by Michael Corbiere We got up looking forward to a day trip over to Yelapa, which is a small beach town on the far southernmost part of the Bahia de Banderas. It is only accessible by boat, and by virtue of this, the riff-raff are really kept to a minimum with the exception of Us!!! We were ever hopeful that, by the grace of God, we might get lucky and see some Humpback whales during our 30 min water taxi ride over to Yelapa. The Humpbacks congregate here in the Bay from December to March every year to calve, and the whale watching is apparently spectacular. But alas, nothin doin. Drat. As it happens, we ended up speaking with TWO separate groups of people today that had lucked out and seen a cow with her calf during a water taxi ride. We had been assured by two separate whale watching enterprises that the chances of actually seeing any whales were approximately nil, as the Humpbacks had apparently skee-daddled up north to the Pacific Northwest. They didnt even want to take our money. Oh well, thats how the baleen crumbles. Yelapa was lovely. Quiet, secluded, everything you could really want in a beachfront getaway. You could really feel the relaxation in the air. Or perhaps you could smell it No matter, the point is that it was ultra-relaxationy. Theres more to do there that we had suspected; horseback riding, snorkeling, a waterfall to go check out, and a whole village by the sea, accessible only by boat; and a beautiful ...
  • Inuyasha Hears Voices Hah, I was bored. Well, this is my first AMV...I was just watching some old wrestling clips and I heard Randy Orton's new theme. I kinda felt it's be cool for Inuyasha so I just daddled it. Hope you like! I don't own any of the clips!
  • A...B...C... Aspiration, as arsenic, aggravating, awful acrobatics, blatantly belittling between brackish barricades, can corporeal creatures create craven camouflage? Dawdling, daddling, dealing deceitfully? Everything, everyone, escapes eventually, finally, fortuitously, ferment faithfully to fertilizer.
  • Longest Words MOST FREQUENT APPEARANCE OF EACH LETTER,AR MOST FREQUENT APPEARANCE OF EACH LETTER IN A SINGLE WORD, A There are 10 A's in the Massachusetts lake name CHARGOGGAGOGGMANCHAUGGAUGGAGOGGCHAUBUNAGUNGAMAUGG. There are 9 A's in AQUAETHYLENEDIAMINETETRAACETATOMANGANATE (DIC). There are 6 A's in TARAMASALATA, PALAEACANTHOCEPHALA, TATHAGATAGARBHA, TARANTARRATARA (the sound of a bugle or drum, OED), and ADAMANTOBLASTOMATA. There are also 6 A's in ASTRAGALOCALCANEAL and CALCANEOASTRAGALAR although the status of these words is uncertain. B There are six B's in HUBBUBBUBBOO (OED2). There are four B's in BUBBYBUSH (W3), BEBLUBBERED, FLIBBERTIGIBBET, BUBBLEABLE (OED2), SCRIBBLEDEHOBBLE (OED2), UBBUBBOO (OED2), and BIBLIOBIBULI (a word coined by HL Mencken which means "people who read too much and so are generally oblivious to the world around them"). C There are 6 C's in CHOLANGIOCHOLECYSTOCHOLEDOCHECTOMY (IDMB), PNEUMONOULTRAMICROSCOPICSILICOVOLCANOCONIOSIS, and CLACK-CLACK-CLACK (OED). There are 5 C's in COCCOCHROMATIC (W2), CIRCUMCRESCENCE (W3), MICROCOCCACEAE (a type of bacteria), SACCHAROCOCCUS (a type of bacteria), CHROOCOCCACEAE (the family of blue-green algae), CHROOCOCCACEOUS, and ECHINOCOCCIC. There are 4 C's in BECCACCIA, BOCCACCIO, CACHECTIC, CONCYCLIC, GONOCOCCIC, MICROCOCCI, SCACCHIC (of or pertaining to chess), and COCCIC [RHUD]. D There are 5 D's in DISDODECAHEDROID (W3), DODECAHEMIDODECAHEDRON, DODECICOSIDODECAHEDRON, and DUNDERHEADEDEDNESS. There are 4 D's in CONDIDDLED, DADDED, DIDDERED, DODDED, DADDLED ...
  • Diddley Daddling It's a little thing I wrote while bored in class one day (taking notes is so overrated). I haven't played much since high school, and I realize that I'm not playing it perfectly. I'm just a bio major who has a lot of time on my hands.
  • PSN IS STILL DOWN(and a little diddle daddling) psn is still down and absolute randomness
  • What Is Really Happening In Mexico? Day 6 - Part 5 PUERTO VALLARTA/YELAPA Hosted by Scott Sheehan Directed & Produced by Michael Corbiere We got up looking forward to a day trip over to Yelapa, which is a small beach town on the far southernmost part of the Bahia de Banderas. It is only accessible by boat, and by virtue of this, the riff-raff are really kept to a minimum with the exception of Us!!! We were ever hopeful that, by the grace of God, we might get lucky and see some Humpback whales during our 30 min water taxi ride over to Yelapa. The Humpbacks congregate here in the Bay from December to March every year to calve, and the whale watching is apparently spectacular. But alas, nothin doin. Drat. As it happens, we ended up speaking with TWO separate groups of people today that had lucked out and seen a cow with her calf during a water taxi ride. We had been assured by two separate whale watching enterprises that the chances of actually seeing any whales were approximately nil, as the Humpbacks had apparently skee-daddled up north to the Pacific Northwest. They didnt even want to take our money. Oh well, thats how the baleen crumbles. Yelapa was lovely. Quiet, secluded, everything you could really want in a beachfront getaway. You could really feel the relaxation in the air. Or perhaps you could smell it No matter, the point is that it was ultra-relaxationy. Theres more to do there that we had suspected; horseback riding, snorkeling, a waterfall to go check out, and a whole village by the sea, accessible only by boat; and a beautiful ...
  • Bioshock - Set 1 - Part 7 Dilly-daddling finally aside Viper decides to get down to the business of hunting down the evil Dr Steinmann!
  • What Is Really Happening In Mexico? Day 6 - Part 4 PUERTO VALLARTA/YELAPA Hosted by Scott Sheehan Directed & Produced by Michael Corbiere We got up looking forward to a day trip over to Yelapa, which is a small beach town on the far southernmost part of the Bahia de Banderas. It is only accessible by boat, and by virtue of this, the riff-raff are really kept to a minimum with the exception of Us!!! We were ever hopeful that, by the grace of God, we might get lucky and see some Humpback whales during our 30 min water taxi ride over to Yelapa. The Humpbacks congregate here in the Bay from December to March every year to calve, and the whale watching is apparently spectacular. But alas, nothin doin. Drat. As it happens, we ended up speaking with TWO separate groups of people today that had lucked out and seen a cow with her calf during a water taxi ride. We had been assured by two separate whale watching enterprises that the chances of actually seeing any whales were approximately nil, as the Humpbacks had apparently skee-daddled up north to the Pacific Northwest. They didnt even want to take our money. Oh well, thats how the baleen crumbles. Yelapa was lovely. Quiet, secluded, everything you could really want in a beachfront getaway. You could really feel the relaxation in the air. Or perhaps you could smell it No matter, the point is that it was ultra-relaxationy. Theres more to do there that we had suspected; horseback riding, snorkeling, a waterfall to go check out, and a whole village by the sea, accessible only by boat; and a beautiful ...
  • musket stuff 001.AVI Musket Fuzz doodling, daddling what not
  • Video 2 diddle daddling
  • After Effects Test Session 2 Another several hours of getting to know AE better, A beginning of a beautiful friendship. Session 2 I worked on a space/movement effect and daddled with titles but nothing like I want with a title.
  • What Is Really Happening In Mexico? Day 6 - Part 6 PUERTO VALLARTA/YELAPA Hosted by Scott Sheehan Directed & Produced by Michael Corbiere We got up looking forward to a day trip over to Yelapa, which is a small beach town on the far southernmost part of the Bahia de Banderas. It is only accessible by boat, and by virtue of this, the riff-raff are really kept to a minimum with the exception of Us!!! We were ever hopeful that, by the grace of God, we might get lucky and see some Humpback whales during our 30 min water taxi ride over to Yelapa. The Humpbacks congregate here in the Bay from December to March every year to calve, and the whale watching is apparently spectacular. But alas, nothin doin. Drat. As it happens, we ended up speaking with TWO separate groups of people today that had lucked out and seen a cow with her calf during a water taxi ride. We had been assured by two separate whale watching enterprises that the chances of actually seeing any whales were approximately nil, as the Humpbacks had apparently skee-daddled up north to the Pacific Northwest. They didnt even want to take our money. Oh well, thats how the baleen crumbles. Yelapa was lovely. Quiet, secluded, everything you could really want in a beachfront getaway. You could really feel the relaxation in the air. Or perhaps you could smell it No matter, the point is that it was ultra-relaxationy. Theres more to do there that we had suspected; horseback riding, snorkeling, a waterfall to go check out, and a whole village by the sea, accessible only by boat; and a beautiful ...
  • Maroon 5 -- Sunday Morning -- Ukulele & Piano Cover (Jonathan Lee and Lawrence Chu) Just scadoodling daddling youtubling doodling. Just trying to have some fun, so go easy on us. Added a lot of random improv sorta stuff... please bear with us :) Vid quality sucks... so if it bothers you, just listen! haha Enjoy!
  • Spore Hero - 12-27-09 Pt.4 After digging out some parts, Crim headed over to find Meejee. He stood a great distance away from a nest of Spikees, who were corrupted by one of the red meteors that fell into the valley. Since Crim was the only one immune to its power, he immediately ran up to it and destroyed it. Meejee thanked Crim for freeing them and headed into the Ancient Grounds. He encouraged Crim to look around more though. He decides to challenge the Spikees, who wouldn't let them use their nest even after saving them. They all faught ferociously, trying to pin down Crim with their charges. Even with its difficulties, he managed to beat each one, earning his right to use their nest. He grew some horns and some sort of fungus on the top of his back. It kind of looked like a vikings hat. His feet became as smooth as a rock. His two toes now one. He jumped out of the nest looking for new challenges and parts. He was able to charge and heal whenever he was hurt, and also break through barriars he couldn't go through before. Then he realized something. If he daddled around this valley too long, his arch nemisis will find a way to destroy this world. He cannot let it happen again, and so he headed into the direction where Meejee ran off. The Ancient Grounds.
  • Daddling in Adjustment
  • What Is Really Happening In Mexico? Day 6 - Part 1 PUERTO VALLARTA/YELAPA Hosted by Scott Sheehan Directed & Produced by Michael Corbiere We got up looking forward to a day trip over to Yelapa, which is a small beach town on the far southernmost part of the Bahia de Banderas. It is only accessible by boat, and by virtue of this, the riff-raff are really kept to a minimum with the exception of Us!!! We were ever hopeful that, by the grace of God, we might get lucky and see some Humpback whales during our 30 min water taxi ride over to Yelapa. The Humpbacks congregate here in the Bay from December to March every year to calve, and the whale watching is apparently spectacular. But alas, nothin doin. Drat. As it happens, we ended up speaking with TWO separate groups of people today that had lucked out and seen a cow with her calf during a water taxi ride. We had been assured by two separate whale watching enterprises that the chances of actually seeing any whales were approximately nil, as the Humpbacks had apparently skee-daddled up north to the Pacific Northwest. They didnt even want to take our money. Oh well, thats how the baleen crumbles. Yelapa was lovely. Quiet, secluded, everything you could really want in a beachfront getaway. You could really feel the relaxation in the air. Or perhaps you could smell it No matter, the point is that it was ultra-relaxationy. Theres more to do there that we had suspected; horseback riding, snorkeling, a waterfall to go check out, and a whole village by the sea, accessible only by boat; and a beautiful ...
  • What Is Really Happening In Mexico? Day 6 - Part 7 PUERTO VALLARTA/YELAPA Hosted by Scott Sheehan Directed & Produced by Michael Corbiere We got up looking forward to a day trip over to Yelapa, which is a small beach town on the far southernmost part of the Bahia de Banderas. It is only accessible by boat, and by virtue of this, the riff-raff are really kept to a minimum with the exception of Us!!! We were ever hopeful that, by the grace of God, we might get lucky and see some Humpback whales during our 30 min water taxi ride over to Yelapa. The Humpbacks congregate here in the Bay from December to March every year to calve, and the whale watching is apparently spectacular. But alas, nothin doin. Drat. As it happens, we ended up speaking with TWO separate groups of people today that had lucked out and seen a cow with her calf during a water taxi ride. We had been assured by two separate whale watching enterprises that the chances of actually seeing any whales were approximately nil, as the Humpbacks had apparently skee-daddled up north to the Pacific Northwest. They didnt even want to take our money. Oh well, thats how the baleen crumbles. Yelapa was lovely. Quiet, secluded, everything you could really want in a beachfront getaway. You could really feel the relaxation in the air. Or perhaps you could smell it No matter, the point is that it was ultra-relaxationy. Theres more to do there that we had suspected; horseback riding, snorkeling, a waterfall to go check out, and a whole village by the sea, accessible only by boat; and a beautiful ...
  • What Is Really Happening In Mexico? Day 6 - Part 2 PUERTO VALLARTA/YELAPA Hosted by Scott Sheehan Directed & Produced by Michael Corbiere We got up looking forward to a day trip over to Yelapa, which is a small beach town on the far southernmost part of the Bahia de Banderas. It is only accessible by boat, and by virtue of this, the riff-raff are really kept to a minimum with the exception of Us!!! We were ever hopeful that, by the grace of God, we might get lucky and see some Humpback whales during our 30 min water taxi ride over to Yelapa. The Humpbacks congregate here in the Bay from December to March every year to calve, and the whale watching is apparently spectacular. But alas, nothin doin. Drat. As it happens, we ended up speaking with TWO separate groups of people today that had lucked out and seen a cow with her calf during a water taxi ride. We had been assured by two separate whale watching enterprises that the chances of actually seeing any whales were approximately nil, as the Humpbacks had apparently skee-daddled up north to the Pacific Northwest. They didnt even want to take our money. Oh well, thats how the baleen crumbles. Yelapa was lovely. Quiet, secluded, everything you could really want in a beachfront getaway. You could really feel the relaxation in the air. Or perhaps you could smell it No matter, the point is that it was ultra-relaxationy. Theres more to do there that we had suspected; horseback riding, snorkeling, a waterfall to go check out, and a whole village by the sea, accessible only by boat; and a beautiful ...
  • Rx Banquets (Rx Bandits Remix) This is a Rx Bandits remix that I was just dibble daddling with, if that is the correct phrase.
  • Daddling my piano Sorry for taking deep breathes