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  • David Cook- "I LOVE YOU!" Banter & Declaration Intro- Bloomsburg, PA 9/28/09 One of the many proclamations of love that night. Just before I started recording, his response was "oh, god, not as much as I love you." Somewhat facetiously. :)
  • Shepard Smith Teaches Bill O On Journalism Although Bill O facetiously mocks Fox as a pro-Republican propaganda machine, Shep Smith tries to show how dangerous Jo[k]e the Plumber can be. more at:
  • McDonalds McRib Review 2010 This Is my First Ever McRib So ithought i should Review It Not To Bad For somthing as simple as it is All My Stuff Main Channel 271d09ce.tinylinks.co iPod Channel http Jeep Channel 2358bb62.tinylinks.co My Twitter http My Facebook 56ed191e.tinylinks.co The McRib Nutritional value per serving Serving size 1 sandwich, 7.4 oz (209 g) Energy 500 kcal (2100 kJ) Carbohydrates 44 g (15%) Sugars 11 g Dietary fiber 3 g (10%) Fat 26 g (40%) saturated 10 g (48%) trans 0† Protein 22 g Vitamin A equiv. 20 μg (2%) Vitamin C 1 mg (2%) Calcium 150 mg (15%) Iron 2.5 mg (20%) Sodium 980 mg (43%) Energy from fat 240 kcal (1000 kJ) Cholesterol 70 mg (23%) Ingredients Boneless pork patty, barbecue sauce, onions and pickles served on a 6in roll History The sandwich test-marketed very well in Nebraska and other Midwestern markets and was added to the restaurant's permanent menu throughout the United States in 1981. Sales were mediocre,[citation needed] and it was removed in 1985 after several years, only to be brought back as a limited time offering. However the sandwich performed better in Germany, where it remains a permanent item.[2] In the summer of 1994, McDonald's brought back the McRib as a tie-in with the theatrical release of The Flintstones, comparing the appearance of the McRib with the rack of ribs that topples the Flintmobile in both the animated and live action productions. McDonald's (which was featured in the film as "RocDonald's") supported the return with McRib packaging ...
  • Perish per·ish [per-ish] Show IPA --verb (used without object) 1. to die or be destroyed through violence, privation, etc.: to perish in an earthquake. 2. to pass away or disappear: an age of elegance that has forever perished. 3. to suffer destruction or ruin: His valuable paintings perished in the fire. 4. to suffer spiritual death: Save us, lest we perish. —Idiom 5. perish the thought, may it never happen: used facetiously or as an afterthought of foreboding.
  • Sharon Gless & Tyne Daly SING - A Cagney & Lacey Tribute Tyne & Sharon sang a duet of "You're Nothing Without Me" (from the musical "City of Angels") for a benefit in 1999, changed the lyrics to reflect the "Cagney & Lacey" story a bit facetiously, and the copyright owner balked, so it was not released. (Although sources have reported that it WAS released later on a CD....) All I have is a bootleg copy of the audio, so I donned my thrift-store mixer's cap, waved my crappy editing wand, and there you have it. All footage, audio & pics belong to their respectful owners, no infringement or profit intended. This is just for the fans. Sharon & Tyne, if you're watching, we love ya.
  • Chess : Blackburne Shilling Gambit The Blackburne Shilling Gambit is the name facetiously given to a dubious chess opening, derived from an offshoot of the Italian Game, that begins 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nd4?! (see chess punctuation). It is also sometimes referred to as the Kostić Gambit after the Serbian grandmaster Borislav Kostić, who played it in the early 20th century.
  • Girl Talk Discusses Copyright Lawsuit Girl Talk's Greg Gillis discusses his upcoming lawsuit with YouTubers for making unauthorized GT videos
  • All Brown Everything DOWNLOAD ALL BROWN EVERYTHING - DREGA & DJ ANDRE 905 HERE: Toronto rapper Drega hooks up with his Royalty Radio co-host and deejay extraordinaire Dj Andre 905 for the remix to Jay-Z's "Run This Town". The fifty some odd bar verse features Drega touching on a number of subjects from buying a condo to the work of Mohandas Gandhi. "I feel like people take what Gandhi did for granted, I mean he stopped the British so we could be free, not so I could talk about how big my dick is, even though I do anyway" says Drega facetiously. The song is a renewal of sorts for Drega as he reignites his passion for witty and raw lyricism. "I decided I don't want to do fluff anymore. There's way too much fluff on the radio and even indie artists have their fluffy radio single" said Drega. Currently Drega is in the studio with producer Neo Tempus from The Anime Boyz working on his next album. Add Drega on Facebook Twitter Myspace Website
  • Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War (3 of 9) Presented by the History Channel. They own all rights to this, and have the right to tell me to get rid of it if they so declare. From the back cover: "According to the history books, the Civil War officially ended in 1865 with the surrender of General Robert E. Lee and his Confederate army. But on the streets of a newly reunited nation, another fierce battle was just beginning. In 1866, the year immediately following the end of the war, America was supposed to be reuniting, healing its wounds, and moving past years of civil unrest. However, a closer look into this historic time reveals a sinister snapshot of a discordant nation caught in the midst of deadly race riots and angry insurgencies. In this compelling program, THE HISTORY CHANNEL examines the disturbing reality behind the murder, terrorism, and chaos that marked the uncertain period of Reconstruction in America. While a new government struggled to gain control, the subjugation of "free" black men and women continued in the former Confederate states - terrorist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan were formed, and widespread riots in Memphis and New Orleans left hundreds dead. AFTERSHOCK: BEYOND THE CIVIL WAR provides a revealing look into the true horror of the Civil War aftermath - a story which, until now, has gone largely untold." Now a message from me: This is one of my favorite History Channel documentaries. I feel that the Civil War played a major role in harming the relationship between North and South ...
  • Cat fight Catfight is a term for an altercation between two women, typically involving scratching, slapping, hair-pulling, and shirt-shredding as opposed to punching or wrestling. However, the term is not exclusively used to indicate a fight between women, and many formal definitions do not invoke gender. Instead, it refers to any "vociferous fight." [1] It can also be used to describe two human females insulting each other verbally or being otherwise nasty to each other. The many ways that women compare themselves to other women and compete with each other are also referred to as catfighting (or cattiness). Catfights are different from other kinds of fights involving women because they usually involve competition between two or more women, usually over men. Catfight is a term also used on occasion to describe a political campaign between two women candidates. Catfighting has recently been on the rise in several fields of entertainment. The appeal of a catfight was facetiously explained by Jerry Seinfeld, as "Men think if women are grabbing and clawing at each other, there's a chance they might somehow, you know... kiss."[2] Catfights have been featured in cartoons, movies, and beer television commercials, frequently ending with the participants missing articles of clothing. In the 1970s, interest in catfighting led to the popularity of the women in prison films and roller derby. Contents [hide] * 1 Etymology * 2 In popular culture o 2.1 TV, cinema, and music o 2.2 Commercial ...
  • Home and away 4818 part 1 Home and Away 4818 part 1"Visit for all the latest news, gossip & information on H&A" Please watch in high quality if available by clicking the HQ button on the display bar Brendan is staying in Summer Bay while Gina recovers. Leah is happy that Roman's friendship with VJ is growing. Trey sees Kirsty as more than just a tutor. ********************************************************** Xavier is being distant with Ruby in the wake of his mum coming to visit, Ruby is confused and feels like he is trying to get rid of her but there's a good reason - We soon meet Brendan, Hugo and Xavier's autistic brother. The love Xavier has for Brendan is big and their reunion is one they've been anticipating for a while. Xavier is obviously a natural with Brendan. Brendan is usually nervous of strangers touching him, but when he later hugs Rachel and Martha, it seems that he feels comfortable with the new members of his family. Later when it's time to leave, Brendan gets upset. In the commotion, he pushes Gina who falls and fractures her ankle. With Gina being forced into crutches for a few weeks, Hugo insists that Brendan should stay in Summer Bay where Hugo and Xavier can watch over him - there's goes Xavier's new life. Kirsty is tutoring Trey but she is unaware of the feelings that he has for her and that Trey is allowing others to believe that there is actually something going on between them. Leah drops VJ off at soccer practice and it he is very down, saying that he's ...
  • Cat fight 2 Catfight is a term for an altercation between two women, typically involving scratching, slapping, hair-pulling, and shirt-shredding as opposed to punching or wrestling. However, the term is not exclusively used to indicate a fight between women, and many formal definitions do not invoke gender. Instead, it refers to any "vociferous fight." [1] It can also be used to describe two human females insulting each other verbally or being otherwise nasty to each other. The many ways that women compare themselves to other women and compete with each other are also referred to as catfighting (or cattiness). Catfights are different from other kinds of fights involving women because they usually involve competition between two or more women, usually over men. Catfight is a term also used on occasion to describe a political campaign between two women candidates. Catfighting has recently been on the rise in several fields of entertainment. The appeal of a catfight was facetiously explained by Jerry Seinfeld, as "Men think if women are grabbing and clawing at each other, there's a chance they might somehow, you know... kiss."[2] Catfights have been featured in cartoons, movies, and beer television commercials, frequently ending with the participants missing articles of clothing. In the 1970s, interest in catfighting led to the popularity of the women in prison films and roller derby. Contents [hide] * 1 Etymology * 2 In popular culture o 2.1 TV, cinema, and music o 2.2 Commercial ...
  • Me and Yo-Yo Ma at Denison University's Vail Series concert, 2008. He was telling me something, facetiously of course, and then gave me the raffle prize (80 gig ipod). He has played at Denison the past few years and said he loves the acoustics of Swasey Chapel.
  • You Should Have Lied [11] You have to go read oneloveejbs's stories and comment saying Vee told you to subscribe! if you do that, then we'll post 4 more chapters tonight.. and let me tell you that, we'll post 4 chapters tonight and they are getting filled with drama! At 8:15 in the morning, my curtains were torn open and my radio was turned on way louder than it needed to be to get the point across. I didn't even need to open my eyes. "ALLIE!" I shouted over Dare You To Move. "WHY DOES IT HAVE TO BE SO-" She shut the music off mid scream. "Loud?" I finished. "Well, you don't have to yell about it." She spoke facetiously. Why does she do that all the time? I pulled the comforter down to my stomach and checked the sidekick that was still in my hand. No missed calls, no new text messages. I sighed. "Never called?" Allie asked, sitting at the foot of the bed. I looked up at her. Her hair was once again left wavy and wet signaling that she just took a shower, and she had her cheer sweatpants and her midde school shirt from 2 years ago on. I shook my head. "She promised she would, but, she never did." "She probably just passed out, everyone was tired yesterday. It's too early for her to be up yet, anyways." "I guess so." I wasn't very convinced though. "well are you excited for the party? only one more month!" I said She crossed her legs at the ankle and sat down, leaning back on her hands, wiggling her hot pink painted toenails in my face. "Hopefully the gifts are better than last year when you guys ...
  • Z Guitar Jam 01 - New wave ugly. Downright dirty, poorly constructed, and almost facetiously apathetic.
  • KING OF THE ROAD - karaoke "King of the Road" is a 1965 song written and originally recorded by country singer Roger Miller. The lyrics tell of a hobo who despite being poor (A "Man of means by no means") revels in his freedom, describing himself facetiously as the "king of the road".
  • Anna Kournikova ***y Beach Photo Shoot For Men Magazine bit.ly Watch tennis star Anna Kournikova in exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from the private, exotic locations where her calendar photos were shot. Enjoy bonus footage of Anna's photo shoot in Acapulco, Mexico, and get the inside line on her acting career. Anna Sergeyevna Kournikova is a Russian professional tennis player and model. Her celebrity status made her one of the best known tennis players worldwide. At the peak of her fame, fans looking for images of Kournikova made her name one of the most common search strings on the Internet search engine Google. Although also successful in singles, reaching No. 8 in the world in 2000, Kournikova's specialty has been doubles, where she has at times been the World No. 1 player. With Martina Hingis as her partner, she won Grand Slam titles in Australia in 1999 and 2002. Based on their looks, Hingis and Kournikova facetiously referred to themselves as the "Spice Girls of Tennis". Kournikova's professional tennis career has been curtailed for the past several years, and possibly ended, by serious back and spinal problems. She currently resides in Miami Beach, Florida, and plays in occasional exhibitions and in doubles for the St. Louis Aces of World Team Tennis.
  • Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War (6 of 9) Presented by the History Channel. They own all rights to this, and have the right to tell me to get rid of it if they so declare. From the back cover: "According to the history books, the Civil War officially ended in 1865 with the surrender of General Robert E. Lee and his Confederate army. But on the streets of a newly reunited nation, another fierce battle was just beginning. In 1866, the year immediately following the end of the war, America was supposed to be reuniting, healing its wounds, and moving past years of civil unrest. However, a closer look into this historic time reveals a sinister snapshot of a discordant nation caught in the midst of deadly race riots and angry insurgencies. In this compelling program, THE HISTORY CHANNEL examines the disturbing reality behind the murder, terrorism, and chaos that marked the uncertain period of Reconstruction in America. While a new government struggled to gain control, the subjugation of "free" black men and women continued in the former Confederate states - terrorist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan were formed, and widespread riots in Memphis and New Orleans left hundreds dead. AFTERSHOCK: BEYOND THE CIVIL WAR provides a revealing look into the true horror of the Civil War aftermath - a story which, until now, has gone largely untold." Now a message from me: This is one of my favorite History Channel documentaries. I feel that the Civil War played a major role in harming the relationship between North and South ...
  • Sam Donaldson Interview - Part 3 of 5 Of his career as a journalist, Sam Donaldson says, "I say to people, only half-facetiously, in questioning public officials who owe an explanation to the public, I try to be equally vicious to all of them." In his Archive interview Donaldson talks about his tenure at WTOP-TV in Washington DC and his move to ABC News as a Washington news reporter. He discusses his coverage of Vietnam where he served as a war correspondent in 1971. He recalls his experiences as ABCs Capitol Hill Correspondent during the Nixon era, punctuated by the Watergate scandal. He discusses his coverage of Jimmy Carters campaign and his tenure as White House Correspondent during the Carter Administration. He talks about the impact of the Iran Hostage Crisis on the Carter presidency and the release of the hostages timed to coincide with the inauguration of Ronald Reagan. He talks about covering the Reagan presidency including the assassination attempt that he witnessed first-hand. He discusses his appearance as a regular on This Week with David Brinkley and its subsequent incarnation as This Week with Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts. He speaks about the creation of Primetime Live, in which he served as co-anchor with Diane Sawyer. Finally, he discusses working with such colleagues as Peter Jennings and Helen Thomas. The interview took place on September 14, 2005 in New York City; Karen Herman conducted the two-and-a-half hour interview.. To see the entire interview collection, visit
  • Opie & Anthony: Norton's Don & Mike Impression Norton trashes Don and Mike as facetiously as he possibly could. Also, Lewis Black comments briefly on another of David Blaine's stupid stunts.
  • Florence Shapiro Comes Out of The Libertarian Closet Texas State Senator Florence Shapiro facetiously states, "I would like to see what this state would look like under a Libertarian perspective", but it backfires when everyone agrees with her.
  • Flashback: Dick Armey - Tea Partiers Are "Attractive Domestic Terrorists" Armey tells tea party crowd: "Ive never seen so many attractive domestic terrorists in all my life." Earlier this year, a Department of Homeland Security assessment was released, warning that right-wing extremist groups that are primarily hate-oriented and are mainly antigovernment were likely to grow in strength following President Obamas election. Conservatives claimed it was a sweeping indictment aimed at labeling them as terrorists. Despite the fact that the report did no such thing, some on the right embraced the claim and began to refer to themselves facetiously as proud right-wing terrorist[s]. At the Code Red Rally on Capitol Hill yesterday, former House Majority Leader Dick Armey greeted the crowd by saying, Ive never seen so many attractive domestic terrorists in all my life. When Armey and his conservative friends mock the DHS report on far right-wing extremism, they are mocking the real threat of a tiny minority that aims to make changes in America through the use of political violence. In July, the Southern Poverty Law Center released a report listing 75 plots, conspiracies and racist rampages that have emerged from the American radical right in the years since Oklahoma City. Embedded links at the original article:
  • Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War (4 of 9) Presented by the History Channel. They own all rights to this, and have the right to tell me to get rid of it if they so declare. From the back cover: "According to the history books, the Civil War officially ended in 1865 with the surrender of General Robert E. Lee and his Confederate army. But on the streets of a newly reunited nation, another fierce battle was just beginning. In 1866, the year immediately following the end of the war, America was supposed to be reuniting, healing its wounds, and moving past years of civil unrest. However, a closer look into this historic time reveals a sinister snapshot of a discordant nation caught in the midst of deadly race riots and angry insurgencies. In this compelling program, THE HISTORY CHANNEL examines the disturbing reality behind the murder, terrorism, and chaos that marked the uncertain period of Reconstruction in America. While a new government struggled to gain control, the subjugation of "free" black men and women continued in the former Confederate states - terrorist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan were formed, and widespread riots in Memphis and New Orleans left hundreds dead. AFTERSHOCK: BEYOND THE CIVIL WAR provides a revealing look into the true horror of the Civil War aftermath - a story which, until now, has gone largely untold." Now a message from me: This is one of my favorite History Channel documentaries. I feel that the Civil War played a major role in harming the relationship between North and South ...
  • The Botany of Desire - Michael Pollan - Celebrate Biodiversity Plants and entheogenic plants use us to spread their seeds around. "A 20th century botanist once facetiously said Animals are something invented by plants to move seeds around." An extremely yang solution to a peculiar problem which they faced." - Terrence Mckenna
  • Boot Scootin' Boogie (Brooks & Dunn cover) Performed facetiously by Phillip Harrell. Bands: "Under The Gun" and "Brother Sharp".
  • Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War (1 of 9) Presented by the History Channel. They own all rights to this, and have the right to tell me to get rid of it if they so declare. From the back cover: "According to the history books, the Civil War officially ended in 1865 with the surrender of General Robert E. Lee and his Confederate army. But on the streets of a newly reunited nation, another fierce battle was just beginning. In 1866, the year immediately following the end of the war, America was supposed to be reuniting, healing its wounds, and moving past years of civil unrest. However, a closer look into this historic time reveals a sinister snapshot of a discordant nation caught in the midst of deadly race riots and angry insurgencies. In this compelling program, THE HISTORY CHANNEL examines the disturbing reality behind the murder, terrorism, and chaos that marked the uncertain period of Reconstruction in America. While a new government struggled to gain control, the subjugation of "free" black men and women continued in the former Confederate states - terrorist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan were formed, and widespread riots in Memphis and New Orleans left hundreds dead. AFTERSHOCK: BEYOND THE CIVIL WAR provides a revealing look into the true horror of the Civil War aftermath - a story which, until now, has gone largely untold." Now a message from me: This is one of my favorite History Channel documentaries. I feel that the Civil War played a major role in harming the relationship between North and South ...
  • Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War (7 of 9) Presented by the History Channel. They own all rights to this, and have the right to tell me to get rid of it if they so declare. From the back cover: "According to the history books, the Civil War officially ended in 1865 with the surrender of General Robert E. Lee and his Confederate army. But on the streets of a newly reunited nation, another fierce battle was just beginning. In 1866, the year immediately following the end of the war, America was supposed to be reuniting, healing its wounds, and moving past years of civil unrest. However, a closer look into this historic time reveals a sinister snapshot of a discordant nation caught in the midst of deadly race riots and angry insurgencies. In this compelling program, THE HISTORY CHANNEL examines the disturbing reality behind the murder, terrorism, and chaos that marked the uncertain period of Reconstruction in America. While a new government struggled to gain control, the subjugation of "free" black men and women continued in the former Confederate states - terrorist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan were formed, and widespread riots in Memphis and New Orleans left hundreds dead. AFTERSHOCK: BEYOND THE CIVIL WAR provides a revealing look into the true horror of the Civil War aftermath - a story which, until now, has gone largely untold." Now a message from me: This is one of my favorite History Channel documentaries. I feel that the Civil War played a major role in harming the relationship between North and South ...
  • Yves Montand Le Chat de La voisine English subtitles This facetiously humorous song about a fat cat is actually full of ironic social protest as Montand sings about how people would rather indulge their pets than think about real social problems. Ivo Livi, (Montand) raised as a communist, was not unlikely to present a song like this . Words R. Lagary. Music: Philippe-Gérard 1959
  • Paint the Sky Green, the Field Blue Transart Institute Commencement Address August 1, 2008 ...................... The German painter Adolph Hitler, who grew up here in Linz, Austria, wrote: "Anyone who sees and paints a sky green and field blue ought to be sterilized." This intolerance for color-blind people might explain not only why Hitler was a failed artist, among other obvious shortcomings, but also why it's important to be the kind of artist that, say, Anne spoke about in her talk yesterday: someone with an open mind and heart who plays, investigates, experiments, and sees the world in new and different ways. For a Masters in New Media program, Transart really isn't about new technologies at all -- but rather what makes us human and how we express that humanity as artists. I have to confess that the label of being an artist used to make me very uncomfortable. This was exacerbated immensely by my participation in an American television reality program called ARTSTAR that I was in right before Transart. I was one of several artists chosen to exhibit at the Deitch Projects gallery in New York and to meet with various curators, critics, and art dealers. The Deitch art world is one particularly preoccupied with celebrity, commercialism, and what's fashionable at any given moment. Carlo McCormick, the senior editor at Paper magazine and one of the TV show's judges, said to me facetiously, "If this ARTSTAR television program keeps just one child from becoming an artist, then all of our efforts will be ...
  • English Words: datura, machinery, hereto, chanfrons, fascinations, Music By Aalborg Soundtracks, from Audioswap -- see from the album Aalborg Soundtracks Vol. 5, on iTunes definitions of the words: datura, machinery, hereto, chanfrons, fascinations, convergent, revisit, riddances, unobtainable, deprives, facetiously, shlock, impositions, push, crafts, trickster, revelled, entree, plumb, broccoli, highly, impossible, terces, porkpies
  • Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War (5 of 9) Presented by the History Channel. They own all rights to this, and have the right to tell me to get rid of it if they so declare. From the back cover: "According to the history books, the Civil War officially ended in 1865 with the surrender of General Robert E. Lee and his Confederate army. But on the streets of a newly reunited nation, another fierce battle was just beginning. In 1866, the year immediately following the end of the war, America was supposed to be reuniting, healing its wounds, and moving past years of civil unrest. However, a closer look into this historic time reveals a sinister snapshot of a discordant nation caught in the midst of deadly race riots and angry insurgencies. In this compelling program, THE HISTORY CHANNEL examines the disturbing reality behind the murder, terrorism, and chaos that marked the uncertain period of Reconstruction in America. While a new government struggled to gain control, the subjugation of "free" black men and women continued in the former Confederate states - terrorist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan were formed, and widespread riots in Memphis and New Orleans left hundreds dead. AFTERSHOCK: BEYOND THE CIVIL WAR provides a revealing look into the true horror of the Civil War aftermath - a story which, until now, has gone largely untold." Now a message from me: This is one of my favorite History Channel documentaries. I feel that the Civil War played a major role in harming the relationship between North and South ...
  • Funny incident on Friendship Day. Its a very funny and hilarious video that has been shot in Araku on the friendship day, where almost all of my gang can be seen in eliteful mood, jumping all over in the fields, and dancing to the tune hummed by ourselves, and then suddenly u can watch the person fifth from first. He seemed to be very agile, all of a sudden, but off course it was much aggravating to him later and facetiously funny to all others. Better watch this to get overawed.
  • KEVIN DORN AND THE TJC: Dec. 18, 2009 "Someday Sweetheart" "TJC" stands for "Traditional Jazz Collective," which is an apt description. Led by drummer Kevin Dorn, this edition, captured at The Garage in new York City -- with a somewhat noisy audience -- it includes trumpeter Simon Wettenhall, trombonist / vocalist J. Walter Hawkes, clarinet wizard Pete Martinez -- back on the scene after an absence -- banjoist / guitarist Nick Russo, bassist Doug Largent, and some guest vocalizing from Barbara Rosene and Molly Ryan. Recorded by Michael Steinman: see and hear more at . The large, amiable gentleman who blocked my view for some minutes (until someone sweetly suggested that he might move) and then said -- however facetiously -- that I should give him credit in the video . . . that's a feature of videotaping in clubs, sometimes an amusing feature.
  • Sees the Future of Video Encoding in the Cloud At Streaming Media East 2010, I spoke with Jeff Malkin, President of , to hear about how his company's cloud-based encoding business model works, and how the company and customer base has shaped up over the last year and half. According to Malkin, is the world's largest cloud-based encoding service, which he says both seriously and facetiously, as his company is the dominant player in the encoding SaaS (Software as a Service) space, which he admits is a new and emerging space. reached a milestone recently, delivering over 6 million encoded videos since its launch in September 2008, and encodes an average of 30000 videos per day for its growing customer base. With more than 700 customers, powers the encoding and transcoding services of many leading video publishers and platforms including Cisco Eos, MTV Networks, WebMD, MySpace, Nokia, Kaltura, Vzaar and Giant Realm. Last week, the company released a new API that allows customers to offer as a white-label solution within their own platforms. In December 2009, closed a $1.25 Million Series A funding from VC and angel investors. For more information, visit Distributed by Tubemogul.
  • Sam Donaldson Interview - Part 1 of 5 Of his career as a journalist, Sam Donaldson says, "I say to people, only half-facetiously, in questioning public officials who owe an explanation to the public, I try to be equally vicious to all of them." In his Archive interview Donaldson talks about his tenure at WTOP-TV in Washington DC and his move to ABC News as a Washington news reporter. He discusses his coverage of Vietnam where he served as a war correspondent in 1971. He recalled his experiences as ABCs Capitol Hill Correspondent during the Nixon era, punctuated by the Watergate scandal. He discusses his coverage of Jimmy Carters campaign for President and his tenure as White House Correspondent during the Carter Administration. He talks about the impact of the Iran Hostage Crisis on the Carter presidency and the release of the hostages timed to coincide with the inauguration of Ronald Reagan. He talks about covering the Reagan presidency including the assassination attempt that he witnessed first hand. He discussess his appearance as a regular on This Week with David Brinkley and its subsequent incarnation as This Week with Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts. He speaks about the creation of Primetime Live, in which he served as co-anchor with Diane Sawyer. Finally, he discusses working with such colleagues as Peter Jennings and Helen Thomas. The interview took place on September 14, 2005 in New York City; Karen Herman conducted the two-and-a-half hour interview.. To see the entire interview collection, visit ...
  • wench [09/14/2008 at 01:06PM] a girl or young woman, esp a buxom or lively one: now used facetiously
  • God Bless the USA The salute at the end is for our flag and country and is not done facetiously. I hope you can feel the spirit I put in to this song.
  • Larry Lee, Multimedia Artist - 3Arts Artist Awards 2010 Larry Lee grew up in Chinatown and Andersonville before moving to South Carolina. In 1980, he returned to Chicago, earning his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Illinois at Chicago and his Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. An artist whose practice includes sculpture, video, installation, and painting, as well as his curatorial project, Molar Productions, Lee "remakes" his personal history and the Asian American experience in general into stylized multimedia objects and images he facetiously terms "orientalia". In Chicago his work has been exhibited at the Chicago Cultural Center, Gallery 400, and Evanston Arts Center, as well as shown in New York City, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, Cleveland and Glasgow, Scotland. In addition to being the curator for the Foundation for Asian American Independent Media, Lee currently works as an administrator in admissions and faculty for the Contemporary Practices and Art History, Theory and Criticism departments at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War (2 of 9) Presented by the History Channel. They own all rights to this, and have the right to tell me to get rid of it if they so declare. From the back cover: "According to the history books, the Civil War officially ended in 1865 with the surrender of General Robert E. Lee and his Confederate army. But on the streets of a newly reunited nation, another fierce battle was just beginning. In 1866, the year immediately following the end of the war, America was supposed to be reuniting, healing its wounds, and moving past years of civil unrest. However, a closer look into this historic time reveals a sinister snapshot of a discordant nation caught in the midst of deadly race riots and angry insurgencies. In this compelling program, THE HISTORY CHANNEL examines the disturbing reality behind the murder, terrorism, and chaos that marked the uncertain period of Reconstruction in America. While a new government struggled to gain control, the subjugation of "free" black men and women continued in the former Confederate states - terrorist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan were formed, and widespread riots in Memphis and New Orleans left hundreds dead. AFTERSHOCK: BEYOND THE CIVIL WAR provides a revealing look into the true horror of the Civil War aftermath - a story which, until now, has gone largely untold." Now a message from me: This is one of my favorite History Channel documentaries. I feel that the Civil War played a major role in harming the relationship between North and South ...
  • Hei Se You Mo - 黑色幽默Jay Chou, sung a cappella Finally, the next Jay Chou song. It's 黑色幽默(Hei1 Se4 You1 Mo4). I know. Yes. We are going to continue with the "black" theme. Hehe. Why not? In English this song is called "Black Humor." The song describes how one person in a relationship communicates facetiously or flippantly toward the other, thus signifying that the relationship has probably already ended. The "singer" recognizes the situation but is nonetheless reluctant to accept the new reality. I shall supply captions in Traditional and Simplified Chinese as well as a translation in English. Contact me, 主辣熱, hehe. I know. It's funny. By the way, I want to thank all my fans out there who helped my EUROC2 channel reach 25000+ views cumulatively this past week. Wow! That is amazing. I totally appreciate support from at least Taiwan, Malaysia, Canada, the USA and Hong Kong. I truly love you all for your comments, suggestions, etc. Thanks for the Facebook embeddings out there! You really made a difference. Your feedback is truly priceless. Sincerely yours, Larry Leathers (主辣熱) [email protected]