North Korea Derails Nuclear Talks ZHANG: International talks on ending North Korea's nuclear arms program may be heading for collapse. This comes after the North said it would restore its nuclear plant, starting next week. Lets find out more. STORY: North Korea began disabling its nuclear plant last November as part of a disarmament-for-aid deal. However, on Wednesday, it expelled UN monitors from its Yongbyon plant, and plans on reactivating it in the coming week. This untimely move halts a six-nation deal for food and energy aid. Things are at square one. [Yu Myung-hwan, South Korean Foreign Minister]: "How to provide economic and energy aid is the most realistic issue we're confronting under the situation that the North is reversing the disablement steps." The Norths backpedaling not only strains relations with its neighbors, but also puts mounting pressure on Washington. [Yu Myung-hwan, South Korean Foreign Minister]: "It is possible that the North's decision to go back on the disablement steps is a strategy associated with the US presidential election." The Bush Administration may be willing to offer last-ditch concessions since they only have a few months left in office. But if no deal is reached, the North may be in a stronger bargaining position when a new president takes office in January.
CSF Generative Performing Awards Fellow 2009 - Glenn North Launched in 2008, the Charlotte Street Generative Performing Artist Awards support and recognize artists creating outstanding, innovative, original work in the fields of dance, theater, music, experimental music performance, theater/performance art, and hybrid/interdisciplinary versions thereof. The awards seek to foster the continued creative and professional development of the selected artists, provide the means for them to further focus on and develop their work, and increase exposure for their accomplishments, as the CSF Visual Artist Awards have done since 1997. Through its Awards programs, CSF seeks to contribute to the vitality of Kansas City's art community and to enhance Kansas City's desirability as a place for artists to work and live. The recipients were selected based on the quality of their work and accomplishments to date, as well as promise for continued development as generative artists; relevance of their work in relation to local, regional and national contemporary art discourses and to the contemporary moment and culture in which we are living; and the potential of their work stand up nationally, influence the field, and have lasting value. With these latest awards, Charlotte Street Foundation has now recognized a total of 70 Kansas City based visual and generative performing artists, with a total of $432500 in unrestricted cash grants distributed directly to the artists. A public performance of the work of this years Generative Performing Awards ...
Iran-Contra Hearings: Oliver North Testimony (Part 10) July 14, 1987 Oliver Laurence North (born October 7, 1943) is a retired United States Marine Corps officer best known for his role in the Iran-Contra scandal. Currently, he is a political commentator, host of War Stories with Oliver North on Fox News Channel, and a New York Times best-selling author. North was at the center of national attention during the Iran-Contra affair, a political scandal of the late 1980s. North was a National Security Council member involved in the clandestine sale of weapons to Iran, which served to encourage the release of US hostages from Lebanon. North formulated the second part of the plan: diverting proceeds from the arms sales to support the Contra rebel group in Nicaragua. North was charged with several felonies and convicted of three, but the convictions were later vacated, and the underlying charges dismissed due to the limited immunity agreement granted for his pre-trial public Congressional testimony about the affair. North came into the public spotlight as a result of his participation in the Iran-Contra affair, a political scandal of the late 1980s, in which he claimed partial responsibility for the sale of weapons via intermediaries to Iran, with the profits being channeled to the Contras in Nicaragua. He was reportedly responsible for the establishment of a covert network used for the purposes of aiding the Contras. US funding of the Contras by appropriated funds spent by intelligence agencies had been prohibited by the Boland ...
Amorphis - Moon And Sun Part II: North's Son 2nd part of amazing thriller "Moon And Sun". Happened in part one: "There the sun has gone from you The sun gone and the moon lost" Will Moon and Sun return to places where they are ment to be. Or will folk of the north walk in eternal darkness?!?! To me this is "Melodic Death Metal" , to me Melodeath is not a synonym for it. Sadly rare are good Melodic Death Metal albums. Kalmah's The Black Waltz is maeby the brightest star lately. Taken from EP "Black Winter Day" (1994) Tittle song of EP was on full lenght album "Tales From The Thousand Lakes" released same year. Tales From The Thousand Lakes is considered to be one of the most influential and historically significant albums in finnish metal. Influense of the album wasn't limited to finnish metal scene, it had big role in evolution of Melodic Death Metal and Doom Metal genres world wide. Year 2002 album had sold 250000 copies.
More Queen of the North ROV Footage More ROV footage of BC Ferries' Queen of the North's stern, courtesy of Transportation Safety Board. Includes footage of ROV retrieving computer and other items from bridge.
Nuclear Nightmare-North Korea(1/5) On May 25, 2009, North Korea announced that it had successfully conducted its second nuclear test, having expelled all international nuclear inspectors as a response to a tightening of sanctions by the UN Security Council which had punished NKs long-range ballistic missile test conducted in April. NK is now determined to revive its atomic weapons and other advanced missile development programs despite widespread international opposition, especially from the US, South Korea, and Japan. The UN Security council thus unanimously passed a resolution to tighten NK, including inspections of cargo vessels and airplanes suspected of carrying weapons and nuclear technology. NK has sold missiles to Iran and other Middle East neighbors, and a nuclear reactor to Syria. According to the Korean Central News Agency, the Norths state-run news service, "an attempted blockade of any kind by the US and its followers will be regarded as an act of war and met with a decisive military response... No mater how hard the US-led hostile forces may try all sorts of isolation and blockade, the DPRK, a proud nuclear power, will not flinch from them." More info: Japan's reaction: South Korea's reaction: China's reaction:
Tenth Avenue North - You Are More Music video by Tenth Avenue North performing You Are More. (C) 2010 Provident Label Group LLC, a unit of Sony Music Entertainment
'US, South will pulverize Pyongyang if North takes bait' North Korea says it's ready to use its nuclear deterrent in what it calls a 'sacred war' against the South. The North's defence minister's statement was reported by state media there. The minister accused Seoul of deliberately stoking tension by staging successive joint military drills with the US next to the North's territory. RT on Facebook: RT on Twitter:
Carpark North - Human music video
Iran-Contra Hearings Day 24: Oliver North Testimony Part 17 (1987) July 8, 1987 Watch the full testimony: Oliver North and John Poindexter were indicted on multiple charges on March 16, 1988. North, indicted on 16 counts, was found guilty by a jury of three minor counts. The convictions were vacated on appeal on the grounds that North's Fifth Amendment rights may have been violated by the indirect use of his testimony to Congress which had been given under a grant of immunity. In 1990, Poindexter was convicted on several felony counts of conspiracy, lying to Congress, obstruction of justice, and altering and destroying documents pertinent to the investigation. His convictions were also overturned on appeal on similar grounds. Arthur L. Liman served as chief counsel for the Senate during the Iran-Contra Affair. The Independent Counsel, Lawrence E. Walsh, chose not to re-try North or Poindexter. Caspar Weinberger was indicted for lying to the Independent Counsel but was later pardoned by President George HW Bush. In 1992 George HW Bush pardoned six administration officials, namely Elliott Abrams, Duane R. Clarridge, Alan Fiers, Clair George, Robert McFarlane, and Caspar Weinberger. George W. Bush selected some individuals that served under Reagan for high-level posts in his presidential administration. They include: * Elliott Abrams: under Bush, the Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director on the National Security Council for Near East and North African Affairs; in Iran-Contra ...
Bill Clinton Travels to North Korea Former US President Bill Clinton arrived in North Korea's capital on Tuesday. He's there tyring to secure the release of two US journalists convicted and sentenced to 12 years hard labor. Clinton arrived by air and was greeted by the vice president of the North's rubber-stamp assembly and its chief nuclear negotiator, Kim Kye-gwan, a vice foreign minister. South Korea did not comment on the reports, saying any announcement would come from Washington or Pyongyang. Japan's top spokesman said Tokyo hoped his visit would help provide a solution to the diplomatic standoff. [Takeo Kawamura, Chief Cabinet Secretary]: We are deeply concerned about the two American journalists beingheld in North Korea, and the Japanese government hopes that this case is solved as early as possible." The journalists, Euna Lee and Laura Ling of US media outlet Current TV, were sentenced last month after arrest at the border with China in March, accused by North Korea of illegal entry and being "bent on slander." In recent weeks Pyongyang has been seen as seeking direct negotiations with Washington, and some ***ysts say Clinton's visit could end a cycle of provocative military action, including missile launches and a nuclear test, and lead to fresh dialogue.
China anger over North Korea test - 26 May 09 North Korea's nuclear test risks not only an increase in international sanctions, but also anger from China, its closest ally. Beijing has said it is "resolutely opposed" to the North's nuclear test and, as Al Jazeera's Melissa Chan explains, China's opinion counts.
Healing Begins - Tenth Avenue North - w/lyrics Tenth Avenue North's newest single "Healing Begins' from their forthcoming release "The Light Meets the Dark." With correct lyrics as shown. Go to for info and reviews on your favorite Christian artists.
Oliver North Questioned - Rex 84 Exposed During Iran Contra FEMA plans on suspension of the US constitution exposed during Iran contra hearings. Oliver North is questioned by Jack Brooks.
US Role In North/South Korea? New TYT Network channels: New TYT Facebook Page(!): Follow us on Twitter: ***: FREE Movies(!): Note: The above two links are for TYT sponsors. Read Ana's blog and subscribe at: TYT Network (new WTF?! channel): Check Out TYT Interviews Officials in North Korea have warned that they are on the brink of war with the South, as the United States and South Korea prepare to conduct a joint training exercise in the Yellow Sea. Tensions have been high since the North shelled the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong on Tuesday, taking relations between the two Koreas to one of its lowest points since the Korean War. And ahead of the US-South Korean drills scheduled to begin on Sunday, the North continued to rattle its saber, saying it was "ready to annihilate the South's stronghold" if it violated the North's sovereignty. North Korea also conducted artillery test fires audible on Yeonpyeong. The rounds fired on Friday were the first heard since the attack earlier this week, and South Korea's Ministry of Defense spokesman, Kwon Ki-hyeon, told The New York Times that all of the rounds fired appeared to stay within North Korea and were thus likely part of a drill or a show of force designed to keep South Korean forces on edge. North Korean attack on South Korea 8 provocations of the past decade South Korea appears ...
'Food shortages' as North Korea celebrates leader's birthday There have been protests in the South Korean capital Seoul to coincide with the 69th birthday of the North's leader Kim Jong-Il. Tension has mounted between the two neighbours over the past couple of years. North Korea has become increasingly hostile, conducting missile tests and staging military attacks. South Korean officials have been interrogating a man from the North who apparently managed to walk across the heavily-mined border zone and past North Korean border guards. ...
2001 space talk with Alex North Space talk and trip to moon with Alex North's rejected score.
North Korean Missile Launch Condemned ZHANG: Today's top story... A South Korean conservative group is denouncing the North. North Korea's communist regime appears to be preparing to test-launch its longest range ballistic missiles. STORY: South Korea's Yonhap news agency and Japan's Sankei Shimbun say the communist North has been moving equipment used in the launch of its Taepodong-2 missile, which the North last test-fired in July 2006. According to Yonhaps unnamed South Korean official, a train carrying a large object has been moved from a factory and has headed to the site of a newly constructed missile launch site. About a hundred South Korean protesters gathered in downtown Seoul to denounce the North's possible missile launch. [Park Chan-sung, Protester]: "North Korea's Kim Jong-il is not only provoking a war and threatening, but also preparing its Taepodong missile launch. It means that the North is totally ignoring international society and international agreements, betraying all the support it has received so far." North Korea typically launches missiles in periods of political friction. Last week it said it was scrapping all agreements with South Korea. ***ysts say the move was aimed at pressuring Seoul and grabbing the attention of new US president Barack Obama. [Prof. Yang Moo-jin, Kyungnam University]: "It seems like the North intends to solve all problems, including its missiles, all at once through an inclusive and direct negotiation with the newly formed Obama administration." The Taepodong ...
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Sheree North Tribute Here is a famous Sinatra song, chosen to illustrate the glamorous beauty of Sheree North. Sheree North (1932 -- 2005) was an American actress, singer, and dancer. Born as Dawn Shirley Crang in Los Angeles, California, she began dancing in USO shows during World War II at age 10. She continued dancing in clubs under the moniker Shirley Mae Bessire. After being spotted by a choreographer performing at the Macayo Club in Santa Monica, North was cast as a chorus girl in the 1953 film "Here Come the Girls" starring Bob Hope. Around that time, she adopted the stage name Sheree North and made her Broadway debut in the musical "Hazel Flagg", for which she won a Theatre World Award. She went on to reprise her role in the film version "Living It Up". In 1954, North signed on with 20th Century-Fox. The following year, she won the lead role in "How to Be Very, Very Popular", a role that was initially rejected by Marilyn Monroe. Media attention over the choice of North in the role that Monroe rejected resulted in North appearing on the cover of Life magazine with the coverline "Sheree North Takes Over From Marilyn Monroe". Film historians, then and now, continue to cite North's electrically charged dancing to "Shake, Rattle and Roll", as the film's most memorable scene. After the success of "How to Be Very, Very Popular", North was groomed by Fox as the "new Marilyn Monroe". However, the studio soon focused attention on a new Monroe-esque actress, Jayne Mansfield. Decades later, North ...
Carpark North - Human (Official Video+Lyrics) Human, Carpark North's Official Music Video and I've added Lyrics!
Nuclear Nightmare-North Korea (3/5) On May 25, 2009, North Korea announced that it had successfully conducted its second nuclear test, having expelled all international nuclear inspectors as a response to a tightening of sanctions by the UN Security Council which had punished NKs long-range ballistic missile test conducted in April. NK is now determined to revive its atomic weapons and other advanced missile development programs despite widespread international opposition, especially from the US, South Korea, and Japan. The UN Security council thus unanimously passed a resolution to tighten NK, including inspections of cargo vessels and airplanes suspected of carrying weapons and nuclear technology. NK has sold missiles to Iran and other Middle East neighbors, and a nuclear reactor to Syria. According to the Korean Central News Agency, the North's state-run news service, "an attempted blockade of any kind by the US and its followers will be regarded as an act of war and met with a decisive military response... No mater how hard the US-led hostile forces may try all sorts of isolation and blockade, the DPRK, a proud nuclear power, will not flinch from them." More info: Japans reaction: South Koreas reaction: Chinas reaction:
North Korea Now a Serious Threat to South WONG: North Korea says it has deployed new missiles to hit more parts of Asia and has improved its ability to attack the South. Heres more. STORY: The communist North could also test-fire its longest-range missile by the end of this month. The missiles may be designed to strike US territory. But the missile tests have never met with much success. South Korea's defense ministry says the North has deployed a new mid-range missile. It can travel up to 3000 kilometers to hit Japan, and threaten US military bases in Guam. [Shin Won-shik, S. Korean Defense Ministry]: "We wrote North Korea's threats such as its conventional mid-range missile deployed for combat in the paper based on actual facts. Compared to the past, we expressed North Korea as a serious and direct threat so that our people can recognize the North's substance. In a paper released by the South Korean defense ministry, North Koreas weapons development is a direct and serious threat to South Korean security. The paper says the North has nearly 1.2 million troops and the number of its special warfare soldiers is totaled at 180000. The paper also says the communist state has produced about 88 pounds of plutonium. Experts say that is enough for at least five nuclear weapons. If the North's long-range missile launch is successful, North Korea will have a missile designed to carry a nuclear warhead that could hit US territory. This would, for the first time, pose a direct security threat by the North to the United States.
Hacked North Korea's Youtube Channel Video Source: uriminzokkiri WASHINGTON POST, BEIJING BUREAU: Apparently breached by hackers, North Korea's official Twitter account on Saturday described leader Kim Jong Il and heir apparent Kim Jong Eun as sworn enemies and called for an uprising to remove them from power. By the time the micro-blogging mischief was over, the North Korean tweets had ranted to its 10000-plus Twitter followers about profligate nuclear weapons spending and lavish Kim Jong Il drinking parties -- hosted "while 3 million people are starving and freezing to death." A video also had been posted on North Korea's official YouTube channel that showed a caricature of Kim Jong Eun driving in a luxury sports car, running over women and children on the side of the road. Because North Korea permits Internet access only to the most privileged citizens, the cyber attack caused minimal, if any, damage to the propaganda-built personality cult of the Dear Leader, whom Pyongyang, on un-hacked days, describes as a "a general sent from heaven." But for those who operate North Korea's growing social media efforts, the attack is likely to cause embarrassment, as it coincided with the birthday of the chosen successor, Kim Jong Eun. Although it remains uncertain who coordinated the breach, South Korean citizen media Web sites and the South's Yonhap news agency attributed the scheme to South Korean hackers. One tweet from Saturday, as translated by Yonhap, read: "Let's create a new world by rooting out our people's sworn ...
Vicente Fox hints about a North American Union Larry King Live.
'Sanctions won't work on North Korea, but they are better than war' Pyongyang has threatened immediate strikes against South Korea's navy if its ships enter the North's waters. Tensions between the neighbours have risen after an international investigation concluded that a northern tor*** sank a Southern warship in March. Pyongyang denies its blame. Moscow's sending a team of specialists to confirm the findings. Ivan Eland, the director of the Center on peace and liberty at the Independent Institute in the US says South Korea is perfectly capable of defending itself, and the United States presence in the region is only adding to the tension
Metro-North M8 Pilot Cars Catch a sneak preview of Metro-North's new M8 rail cars for the New Haven Line, now undergoing testing.
Nolan North is In EVERY Game Part 1 In the order of appearance on this video Army Of Two (Salem) Dark Void (Will Grey) Crash Bandicoot Series ( Dr . N Gin) Armored Core 4 (Sherring) EverQuest II + Expansions (Various Voices) 50 Cent Bulletproof (Spinoza) Evil Dead: Regeneration (Deadites Voices) Assassins Creed Series (Desmond Miles) Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonshard (Various) Dragon Age : Origins (Additional Voices) Ape Escape 3 (Dr Tomoki) Fable II (Male Hero's voice) Gears Of War 2 (Jace Stratton) The Cat in the Hat (Fish) Call Of Duty World at War / Black Ops (Dr. Edward Richtofen) Destroy All Humans Series (Various Boss Voices) And Then There Were None (Patrick Narracott) Ar tonelico II: Melody of Metafalica (Shun) Cars (Various) Mafia II (Pedestrians) Alpha Protocol (Steven Heck) Driver: Parallel Lines (The Mexican) Area 51 (McCan) Final Fantasy XII (Vossler) Dark Sector (Soldiers) Final Fantasy XIII (Additional Voices) God Of War (Fisher Man) Halo 3 + Halo 3 : ODST (Romeo, Various Voices) GUN (Various Voices) Halo Wars (Sgt. Forge) The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction (Guards) Lost Odyssey (Dark Acolytes) Keepsake (Zak the Mighty Dragon) MadWorld (Yokozuna) Lost Planet: Colonies ( Narrator) Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (Deadpool) Uncharted Series (Nathan Drake) Go here for Part 2!
BREAKING NEWS! South Korea Admits it Fired First At North Korea South Korea admits its military fired the first shells that triggered the exchange of artillery between the North DPRK and the South ROK. "The North blamed the South for starting the exchange; the South acknowledged firing test shots in the area but denied that any had fallen in the North's territory.[...] The official North Korean news agency said in a brief statement on Tuesday night that the South "recklessly fired into our sea area." The South Korean deputy minister of defense, Lee Yong-geul, said artillery units had been firing from a battery on the South Korean island of Baeknyeongdo, close to the North Korean coast. Yeonpyeong Island sits just two miles from the Northern Limit Line, the disputed sea border which the North does not recognize, and only eight miles from the North Korean coast. The island houses a garrison of about 1000 South Korean marines, and the navy has deployed its newest class of "patrol killer" guided-missile ships in the Western Sea, as the Yellow Sea is also known." "The skirmish occurred a day after the South Korean military began holding drills in the area, exercises that North Korea's military demanded an end to early Tuesday, the JCS said. South Korean marines participating in the drill had been shooting artillery during those drills, but toward southern waters, away from North Korea, a military official said, speaking on condition of anonymity due to military rules." "North Korea's reason for going on the ...
North Korea Threatens to Cut South Ties ZHANG: In the latest news of North Korea's deteriorating relationship with the South... yesterday the communist state threatened to end all relations with South Korea. The move seems to come out of anger at the hard-line policies of the new South Korean president. STORY: The move by North Korea to cut of relations with South Korea could be disastrous—right now the South is a major source of aid and cash. The North's communist party newspaper wrote a commentary threatening to cut off relations with the South. The state media regularly hurls insults at South Korean president Lee Myung-bak, but this latest commentary was similar to a warning issued in April right before the North expelled South Korean officials from a joint factory park. A South Korean Unification Ministry spokesman played down the controversy. [Kim Ho-nyeon, S. Korean Unification Spokesman]: "It is an in direct expression of the North's various grievances. We will watch how it develops. We have not changed our decision to improve relations through North-South dialogues." This comes just days after North Korea pledged to resume taking apart a nuclear plant that makes bomb-grade plutonium. They agreed to return to the disarmament deal only after the United States took North Korea off its terrorism blacklist and removed some trade sanctions
Canadian North Canadian North and its founding companies (CAI, PWA, Transair, Nordair) have served the North for over 75 years. This airline, 100% owned by Aboriginals, is a striving healthy company that provides superior service to all northerners including the over 30000 shareholders (Inuvialuit and Inuit of Nunavut) that own it. The airline was established in 1989 to focus on the changing air transport needs of northern Canadian communities. Canadian North was purchased from Canadian Airlines in September 1998 by Norterra, a wholly Northern aboriginal-owned holding company, whose ownership is divided equally among the Inuvialuit Development Corporation, representing the Inuvialuit people of the western Canadian Arctic, and Nunasi Corporation, representing the Inuit people of Nunavut. In 2001, following the merger between Air Canada and Canadian Airlines, Canadian North became an independent airline. After two years of utilizing three different schemes (two from Canadian and one from Air Canada) the airline adopted a new image in 2003. Its logo displays three of the distinctive symbols of the North: the polar bear, the midnight sun and the Northern Lights. Recently, Canadian North's slogan has been changed from "Your North. Your Airline" to "seriously northern" (all in lower-case), with advertising changed to reflect different aspects of the company (serious service, serious delivery, etc.). In June 2007, Canadian North began serving the Kitikmeot communities of Gjoa Haven ...
Magnetic North - Drift Away Music Video Magnetic North's debut music video produced by Sketchbook Media / Wong Fu Productions
North Korea threatens UN with war North Korea has warned that any rebuke from the UN over the alleged sinking of a South Korean navy ship in April could provoke a military response. The North's envoy to the UN rejected the findings of an international investigation into the incident and said that 'a war may break out at any time.'
Nuclear Nightmare-North Korea (2/5) On May 25, 2009, North Korea announced that it had successfully conducted its second nuclear test, having expelled all international nuclear inspectors as a response to a tightening of sanctions by the UN Security Council which had punished NKs long-range ballistic missile test conducted in April. NK is now determined to revive its atomic weapons and other advanced missile development programs despite widespread international opposition, especially from the US, South Korea, and Japan. The UN Security council thus unanimously passed a resolution to tighten NK, including inspections of cargo vessels and airplanes suspected of carrying weapons and nuclear technology. NK has sold missiles to Iran and other Middle East neighbors, and a nuclear reactor to Syria. According to the Korean Central News Agency, the North's state-run news service, "an attempted blockade of any kind by the US and its followers will be regarded as an act of war and met with a decisive military response... No mater how hard the US-led hostile forces may try all sorts of isolation and blockade, the DPRK, a proud nuclear power, will not flinch from them." More info: Japan's reaction: South Korea's reaction: China's reaction:
Guild Wars Eye of the North Soundtrack
North Korea ready to unleash 'Holy Nuclear War' on South North Korea says it's ready to use its nuclear deterrent in what it calls a 'sacred war' against the South. The North's defence minister's statement was reported by state media there. The minister accused Seoul of deliberately stoking tension by staging successive joint military drills with the US next to the North's territory. He said the latest exercise, one of the largest in the South's history, was an outright preparation for an attack against Pyongyang. The maoeuvres involved heavy military machinery, fighter jets, missile launchers and hundreds of troops, and was held just thirty kilometres from North Korea. The series of war games comes in the wake of the recent cross-border artillery exchange that killed four South Koreans. Rt talks to Glyn Ford, who's a former British EU parliament member and author of the book 'North Korea on the Brink: Struggle for Survival'. RT on Facebook: RT on Twitter:
Madden NFL 2010 10 ACF Norths Gameplay Trailer HD [HD] FreePS3 Free PS3 offer as seen on CNN, NBC, and Wired News. Help me out and enter your zip code ;) GameStop has announced that customers who preorder Madden NFL 10 will have their premature enthusiasm rewarded with an "exclusive" 20 minute demo of the new game, which recreates Super Bowl XLIII with the champion Pittsburgh Steelers vs. the Arizona Cardinals. But if you happen to have a blood oath against reserving games at certain establishments, fret not -- EA will also release a far less awesome 8 minute Madden NFL 10 demo, featuring the New York Giants vs. the Dallas Cowboys. While the initial announcement of the exclusive GameStop demo at first seemed to suggest it would be the only way for gamers to try out this year's version of Madden, EA quickly clarified the confusion, telling Shacknews that "we will also be issuing a demo via Xbox LIVE and PSN that features the Giants vs. Cowboys with 2 minute quarters" (whereas the GameStop demo features 5 minute quarters). Both demos are only for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game, with those reserving through GameStop getting a special download code for their version of the demo. The GameStop demo is expected to go live by "the end of July," while a timeframe for the public demo hasn't been announced. Madden NFL 10 is set for release on August 14.
Tenth Avenue North - "Healing Begins" Video Journal Learn more about the message behind Tenth Avenue North's new single "Healing Begins" in this video journal featuring lead singer Mike Donehey. New album, The Light Meets The Dark, is now available on iTunes (bit.ly and in stores. For more information, visit .
2001 - A Space Odyssey - Alex North title a quick re-edit by myself to restore Alex North's original score to the titles. have also included a few minutes of the first scene "The Dawn of man" with the original audio although it has not be finished.
'Superpowers behind South, North Koreas could trigger World War 3' North Korea says it's ready to use its nuclear deterrent in what it calls a 'sacred war' against the South. The North's defence minister's statement was reported by state media there. The minister accused Seoul of deliberately stoking tension by staging successive joint military drills with the US next to the North's territory. Aleksandr Vorontsov from the Institute of Oriental Studies believes China and America's respective involvements with North and South Korea could lead to a global conflict. RT on Facebook: RT on Twitter:
South Sudan accuses North of attack South Sudan has accused the North's army of launching an attack on one of its military bases in a bid to derail its January referendum on self-determination. Southern officials say the peace deal between the south and north has been breached by the recent attack, raising tensions between the two sides. But Khartoum denies the allegations and also accuses the south of violating the 2005 agreement by supporting rebel groups in Darfur. The growing tensions come amid widespread fears that disputes over the south's independence vote could erupt into another civil war. Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Khartoum, Sudan's capital. [November 28, 2010]
Great White North Doug and Bob McKenzie