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The Cribs - Men's Needs
 
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Taken from the album "Men's Needs, Women's Needs, Whatever", available to purchase now from the Wichita Recordings store. http://www.wichita-recordings.com/shop/category/the-cribs/ Watch more videos by The Cribs - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC667B9CD017A903C Subscribe to Wichita Recordings -https://www.youtube.com/user/wichitarecordings http://wichita-recordings.com/ https://www.thecribs.com/
Views: 8463000 wichitarecordings
Jim Croce - I Got a Name (1973)
 
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Jim Croce - I Got A Name
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shrek 2 I need a hero (with lyrics on the screen)
 
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I have a ´´new´´ channel, it already excists verry long, im from the netherlands so if i typ things wrong, dont be rude ore something, im not perfect, just like my englissh... eehh.. and im gonna put my videos on the channel what i use right now... the name of the channel is : luckiietv i hope you enjoyed these video's and keep watching me... i people, i know there was standing, ´´karaoke´´ for a long time, when i created this video, i was like, well ehh, i dont know, i think eleven ore something. and i thought you could call it karaoke if you could sing along, but i was more than wrong
Views: 16367699 habbiehop
Benny Benassi - Satisfaction
 
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Benny's ladies demonstrate the operation and function of heavy-duty tools and machinery, such as the battery drill, belt sander, and angle grinder. Instructional text is also displayed to assist you in the lesson.
Views: 43680767 Ultra Music
Nickelback - Rockstar [OFFICIAL VIDEO]
 
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Nickelback's music video for 'Rockstar' from the album, All The Right Reasons - available now on Roadrunner Records. - CD: http://smarturl.it/NickelbBestOfCD - iTunes: http://smarturl.it/nb-bestof-itunes - Stream: http://smarturl.it/NickelbBestOfStream Subscribe: http://bit.ly/171a3Ya Site: http://www.nickelback.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Nickelback Twitter: https://twitter.com/Nickelback LYRICS I'm through with standing in line To clubs we'll never get in It's like the bottom of the ninth And I'm never gonna win This life hasn't turned out Quite the way I want it to be (Tell me what you want) I want a brand new house On an episode of Cribs And a bathroom I can play baseball in And a king size tub big enough For ten plus me (So what you need?) I'll need a credit card that's got no limit And a big black jet with a bedroom in it Gonna join the mile high club at thirty-seven thousand feet (Been there, done that) I want a new tour bus full of old guitars My own star on Hollywood Boulevard Somewhere between Cher and James Dean is fine for me (So how you gonna do it?) I'm gonna trade this life for fortune and fame I'd even cut my hair and change my name 'Cause we all just wanna be big rockstars And live in hilltop houses driving fifteen cars The girls come easy and the drugs come cheap We'll all stay skinny 'cause we just won't eat And we'll hang out in the coolest bars In the VIP with the movie stars Every good gold digger's gonna wind up there Every Playboy Bunny with her bleached blond hair, and well Hey hey I wanna be a rockstar Hey hey I wanna be a rockstar I wanna be great like Elvis without the tassels Hire eight body guards that love to beat up assholes Sign a couple autographs so I can eat my meals for free (I'll have the quesadilla, ha, ha) I'm gonna dress my ass with the latest fashion Get a front door key to the Playboy mansion Gonna date a centerfold that loves to blow my money for me (So how you gonna do it?) I'm gonna trade this life for fortune and fame I'd even cut my hair and change my name 'Cause we all just wanna be big rockstars And live in hilltop houses driving fifteen cars The girls come easy and the drugs come cheap We'll all stay skinny 'cause we just won't eat And we'll hang out in the coolest bars In the VIP with the movie stars Every good gold digger's gonna wind up there Every Playboy Bunny with her bleached blond hair And we'll hide out in the private rooms With the latest dictionary and today's who's who They'll get you anything with that evil smile Everybody's got a drug dealer on speed dial, well Hey hey I wanna be a rockstar I'm gonna sing those songs that offend the censors Gonna pop my pills from a pez dispenser I'll get washed-up singers writing all my songs Lip sync 'em every night so I don't get 'em wrong Well, we all just wanna be big rockstars And live in hilltop houses driving fifteen cars The girls come easy and the drugs come cheap We'll all stay skinny 'cause we just won't eat And we'll hang out in the coolest bars In the VIP with the movie stars Every good gold digger's gonna wind up there Every Playboy Bunny with her bleached blond hair And we'll hide out in the private rooms With the latest dictionary and today's who's who They'll get you anything with that evil smile Everybody's got a drug dealer on speed dial, well Hey hey I wanna be a rockstar Hey hey I wanna be a rockstar
Views: 139989326 Roadrunner Records
NIGHTWISH - Amaranth (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)
 
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Nightwish "Amaranth" official music video. Order at: http://smarturl.it/NW-DPP-NB Subscribe to Nuclear Blast: http://bit.ly/subs-nb-yt Subscribe to Nightwish: http://bit.ly/subs-ntwsh-yt ORDER AT Nuclear Blast: http://smarturl.it/NW-DPP-NB iTunes: http://georiot.co/4BLb Amazon: http://smarturl.it/NW-DPP-AMZ Amazon MP3: http://smarturl.it/NW-DPP-AMZ-MP3 From the 2007 album, Dark Passion Play, out now via Nuclear Blast Records. Website: http://nightwish.com/en/ Like: https://www.facebook.com/nightwish Follow: https://twitter.com/NightwishBand Watch: http://bit.ly/subs-ntwsh-yt © Nuclear Blast Records
Views: 101112021 Nuclear Blast Records
Alan jackson - the blues man
 
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He's just a singer A natural born guitar ringer Kind of a clinger to sad old songs He's not a walk behinder He's a new note finder His name's a reminder of a blues man That's already gone So he started drinking and took somethings That messed up his thinking He was sure sinking when she came along He was alone in the spotlight not to much left inside She changed all that one night When she sang him this song Hey baby I love you Hey baby I need you Hey baby you ain't got to prove to me Your some kind of macho man You wasted so much of your life running through the dark nights Let me shine a little love light down on the blues man He got so sick of speeding all things They said he was needing if he was to keep on pleasing all of his fans He got cuffed on dirt roads He got sued over no shows She came and took all that load down off of that blues man And he sang Hey baby I love you to Hey baby I need you Hey baby I do get tired of this traveling band I'm over 40 years old now Nights would be so cold now i If you hadn't stuck it out with this blues man I'm over 40 years old now Nights would be so cold now If she hadn't hung around with that blues man.
Views: 3998597 Norvegicus
Mark Morrison - Return Of The Mack [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]
 
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Mark Morrison - Return of the Mack. (C) 1996 WEA. Web Links: http://www.twitter.com/_markmorrison http://www.facebook.com/markmorrisonofficial For more information on Mark Morrison visit http://www.markmorrison.com.
Views: 72887783 Mark Morrison
HAMMERFALL - Last Man Standing (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)
 
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HammerFall "Last Man Standing" official music video. Order at: http://smarturl.it/HF-SMS-NB SUBSCRIBE to HAMMERFALL: http://bit.ly/subs-ham-yt SUBSCRIBE to NUCLEAR BLAST: http://bit.ly/subs-nb-yt ORDER AT Nuclear Blast: http://smarturl.it/HF-SMS-NB iTunes: http://georiot.co/2D2O Amazon: http://smarturl.it/HF-SMS-AMZ Amazon MP3: http://smarturl.it/HF-SMS-AMZ-MP3 From the 2007 'Best Of' album, Steel Meets Steel - Ten Years Of Glory Like: https://www.facebook.com/hammerfall Follow: https://twitter.com/HammerFall Watch: http://bit.ly/subs-hmmrfll-yt © Nuclear Blast Records
Views: 23812495 Nuclear Blast Records
He Knows My Name by Maranatha Singers
 
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Follow: http://twitter.com/julzares I have a Maker He formed my heart Before even time began My life was in his hands He knows my name He knows my every thought He sees each tear that falls and He hears me when I call I have a Father He calls me His own He?ll never leave me No matter where I go He knows my name He knows my every thought He sees each tear that falls and He hears me when I call
Views: 6137267 Julz Ares
Dr. Dre ft Eminem & Xzibit - What's the Difference
 
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Whats the difference between me and you
Views: 37041759 cvmkyle
Cause I Love You - Lenny Williams
 
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GREATEST LOVE SONG EVA
Views: 40417500 Kohaalofa
Name That Retro Cartoon Theme
 
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ANSWERS BELOW: You don't need to submit these to my myspace anymore- but you can check your answers below: 1. Darkwing Duck 2. Arthur (PBS) 3. Alvin the Chipmunks 4. Ducktales 5. Rescue Rangers 6. Muppet Babies 7. Spider-Man 8. Goof Troop 9. Beetlejuice 10. Talespin 11. Hey Arnold! 12. Rocko's Modern Life 13. X-Men 14. Recess 15. Batman 16. Bobby's World 17. Dexter's Laboratory 18. Inspector Gadget 19. Bucky O'Hare 20. Gummy Bears Title Song: Ratatat
Views: 20021 Zach Anderson
Ghetto Mentality = Poverty & Effeminate Men
 
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Why do Black men feel that we need name brands and effeminate-looking jewelry in order to be "somebody"?
Views: 7615 Taharkah X
ANDY BLANKENEBUEHLER THE APPLE TREE Choreographed by
 
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THE APPLE TREE Music by JERRY BOCK, Lyrics by SHELDON HARNICK Directed by GARY GRIFFIN Press Representative: Boneau/Bryan-Brown Choreographed by ANDY BLANKENBUEHLER Part 1 A Video Montage by: Ira H. Gallen There are certain signature's an artist has that when ever you hear their name mentioned with a project, you know it's going to be something exciting like Busby Berkley; Gene Kelly, Jerome Robbins; and Bob Fosse. But what they all had in common besides memorable dance numbers was they had great taste in women. Sorry, it's been a rough season on Broadway with very few good looking women, or dancers to look at, so says my alter E(go)Mails from most of the men in New Jersey and Long Island who have to go to the city on weekends to see a play to make there creative wives happy. So when I hear CHOREOGRAPHED BY ANDY BLANKENBUEHLER, you first know you need a lot of room to place his name, and get the spelling right in the credits; but above else you're going to get a great group of spirited dancers, yes both men and especially women to enjoy looking at. There name is below Music Direction by, and above Directed by on the PLAYBILL you get at the Theatre, but what makes up a so called choreographer? What is that marriage and the working relationships sandwiched in between the music and direction of a show? When ever you read reviews about his work in the last year both on Broadway in THE APPLE TREE and off Broadway IN THE HEIGHTS it's the words Sexy, Hot and High Spirited Dance that comes to mind. Andy's the next generation of up and coming sponges to soak in and learn from past masters and history to create their own original art form of movement in dance. When it comes to the show THE APPLE TREE, it doesn't matter if you remember the original show, the recordings or the Cast which I don't, but only that this group of actors is worth the price of admission, and there all great to look at. Well sort of when it comes to leading men on Broadway like MARC KUDISCH who can be considered a nightmare for any male with wives or dates. This talented singer and dancer is a chameleon and can change into any character good or bad at will, and is the guy every woman if those women had those thoughts, which they don't. But if they did they would have thoughts like that they would think them with Marc, which they will bring up after the show and during dinner. Don't trust Brian d'Arcy at all, I don't care how he reminds you of Gene Kelly in American in Paris, because he can change into Frank Sinatra in Pal Joey at a moments notice with his singing and dancing talent and you wish you could have his clean cut moves, while he steals the girl away anyway. If I could ask Kristin Chenoweth one question it would be "What the Hell Did You Do To Aaron Sorkin", well that's another story. If you had to spend an evening watching a mixture of Mary Ann & Ginger from Gilligan's Island with the talent of Carol Burnett, Mary Tyler Moore and Ethel Merman rolled up in a Cleopatra Rug, you're going to love Kristin Chenoweth which we all know anyway. But as much as you'll love her performance, and be enchanted by her personality stay away, she possess the power that Green and Red Kryptonite has on Clark Kent in Smallville, only it effected a writer so opposed about his relationship with her in his new series to the point of possible cancellation. She is safe around young children and her fellow artists on stage.... I've been told. But it is that mixer of both men and that one woman that makes the after hours so much better when your love one talks about MARC & BRIAN on stage all you do is wonder if KRISTIN is a good witch or a bad witch, either way we all win with a great night out, except if you picked a lousy place to have dinner.
Views: 17861 theatrecorner
Orginal Men's Needs
 
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NO MUSIC
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Christopher Story Baptized in name of Jesus
 
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Baptized in the name of Jesus Testimony of how powerful water baptism is when in the name of Jesus Christ. Many think baptism is just a symbolic ritual but it is not (John 3:5). Many men have left the teaching of the bible to follow there own understanding and false traditions. According to the bible over and over believers where baptized in the only saving name of Jesus Christ. Acts 2:38, Acts 8:12, Acts 8:16, Acts 10:48, Acts 19:4, Romans 6:3-4, 1 Corinthians 6:11, 1 Corinthians 1:13, Galatians 3:27, Acts 4:12, Isaiah 34:16, Jude 1:3, I pray that you search the bible and God opens your heart to the true gospel. -- "Make mention that his name is exalted" (Isaiah 12:4). Amen Matthew 28:19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Luke 24:47 (King James Version) 47And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in his name among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem. Noticed in Matthew 28:19 & Luke 24:47 the name is singular. The Apostles followed the Lord commandmentsand baptized in the Name of Jesus Christ for remission of sins.
Views: 4339 ApostlesDoctrine
The Cribs- Men's needs
 
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at The Bamboozle Festival 2007
Views: 4310 MeghanTraynor
Comic Relief - Catherine Tate & David Tennant
 
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SUBSCRIBE to the OFFICIAL BBC YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2IXqEIn LAUNCH BBC iPlayer to access Live TV and Box Sets: https://bbc.in/2J18jYJ http://www.rednoseday.com/ PLEASE DONATE! David Tennant is Catherine Tate's new English teacher in a sketch performed for Comic Relief 2007. Will she be bothered, though?
Views: 13437165 BBC
AIDS: WORLDS AIDS DAYS 2012
 
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My name is Sebastian, Sebastian Alzmek, and I am a glamorous murderer. My weapon of choice is the poison that flows through my veins: AIDS. I am the man with the million dollar smile, a thousand lives and have infected hundreds of men, women and children with HIV. Recently, I have gone global, and no one is safe from my rage and terror. My ultra glamorous lifestyle will lure you into the tangled web known as my world. I am striking and an absolute genius, although most people would think I am a monster. I am so proud of my self that I have documented my entire journey in my little black book, "ALZMEK: The Fictional Memoir of a Tainted life." I will show you how an ordinary man turned himself into an urban legend. How I am the first and only serial killer to ever commit the perfect murder. I am not to blame, my "victims" need to accept responsibility for their own actions, or so I believe. This is my life.
Views: 3645 alzmek
Two and a half men Theme
 
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Mein cooler Onkel Charlie Two and a half men
Views: 5289014 Mikk
People Under the Stairs - Acid Raindrops
 
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Out on the porch [Verse 1] Let's have a mid-city fiesta with your west LA connection Hop inside the vehicle start crossing intersections We learning life's lessons While we blaze this herbal essence A man was still a child and I have so many questions Struggled all my life to evade the misconceptions Then find a place to live between the negatives and positives While trying to make money slingin synonyms and homonyms I went to pops house so I could visit moms and him Cut to the mall copped a brand new pair of Timberlands Then dipped down a one way trying to scoop up Double K And chill with my people on this bright and sunny day My nigga Spliff was sippin' Becks, I'm slappin hands with Thes Ok the shady spot so we can circulate the stress Mary Jane invades my brain now I can't complain I'm sayin what else is there to do besides relax Let the problems in your mind become ancient artifacts Perhaps these raps can help you alleviate The things that's got you trippin, yo watch me demonstrate First you ignore the nonsense and clear your conscience Let your pen touch the paper write verbs and consonants As the words become a sentence you start to feel indifferent The stress is out your mind you feel like the weight was lifted Terrific I'm glad we had this time to discuss I'm outro call me if you want to blaze one up [Chorus] When the stress burns my brain just like acid raindrops Mary Jane is the only thing that makes the pain stop I let the music take over my soul, body and mind To kick back relax one time and you goin find When the stress burns my brain just like acid raindrops Mary Jane is the only thing that makes the pain stop Just let the music take over my soul, body and mind And kick back relax one time and you goin find [Verse 2] I try to keep it stress free take everyday at a time Make sure the families in place and let the music unwind I got men to take charge like major outlets Ride around the country chillin in my LA express On every street corner The importance of having fun Empty bottles spill tobacco don't nobody carry guns We keep our minds on fun and let the drums do the bangin On any given day like Mr. Cooper yo we hangin Under the blue sky the state laced in smog Pollute your quarter inch cables with all the sound that we brought Can't get enough so brother pass another cold one Feel like a dad at a ball game lampin with his son Chuck D y'all word up we buggin overtime From the light to the lime original star time It's the Double Kriss one And Camel brought the ammo So we can shoot game like thugs on your sport channel Take off the du-rag replace it with a thinkin cap If you didn't know tell the bro he should have known that We here for one thing and that's to remain What's the name...name...name...nigga [Chorus] [Verse 3] Yo L.A. hit me one time make it funky Double down on my underground sound I'm feelin lucky For this jackpot I jack spots to fillin my crates We lay back chillin and feelin the music relates We on the (one) to the... two hangin' with my crew Bullshittin while we sittin down drinkin our Sibu And to the afternoon turns to the moonlight Funky tracks and nickle sacks freestylin all night Doin it right no one with tighter music make it better My crew banging through blocks like shot from a Berretta Snub nose to the hoes with problems I suppose Honey you gotta understand your mans got flows And I'm leavin you so by the time I get to Phoenix Underground heads will fiend this musical genius Transglobal by the books Like Barnes with noble hooks Armed with overlooked talented guests so God bless crooks Who steal loops and keep this shit alive Something for your troops to sit around and vibe by From Camel, Double & Thes to ease stress We bout the hip hop so have fun and god bless [Chorus] [Verse 4] Pop collars to this Wear ice to this Drink crys to this Yo is there somethin we missed Pop collars to this Wear ice to this Drink crys to this Is there somethin we missed? Yeh like my two way Throw boes and do the shoulder shake We throwin boes up in here Do the shoulder shake Oh shit my two way Oops my shoulder shake I'm throwin bows
Views: 7311106 Shankzilla87
House Party 3 - Crazy Family Dinner
 
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This is my favorite scene from House Party 3. The family dinner.
Views: 1085713 iBoyBlues
Fight Club-drawn on ms paint
 
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Every one please show ur mates and leave comments, i want some advice, critisism, jst tell me wut u thot this is an amazing video fo me drawing a fight club poster on ms paint, took around forty minutes all together, the video skips a bit, for examply whn i draw brad pitt's eye, but it does not affect the whole thing at all, took a while to learn how to do this well, but i think it turned out quite well, clockwork orange, reservoir dogs, pulp fiction, brad pitt, edward norton, electric aylum art, Fight Club[1] (1996) is the first published novel by American author Chuck Palahniuk. The plot is based around an unnamed protagonist who struggles with his growing discomfort with consumerism and changes in the state of masculinity in American culture. In an attempt to overcome this, he creates an underground fighting club as a radical form of psychotherapy. It was made into a movie of the same name in 1999 by director David Fincher. The movie became a pop culture phenomenon. In the wake of the film's popularity, the novel has become a target of criticism, mainly for its explicit depictions of violence. Contents [hide] 1 History 2 Plot summary 3 Characters in Fight Club 4 Motifs 5 Subtext 6 Literary significance and criticism 7 Fight Club in pop culture 8 Awards 9 U.S. editions 10 See also 11 Notes 12 References 13 External links [edit] History When Palahniuk made his first attempt at publishing a novel (Invisible Monsters) publishers rejected it for being too disturbing. This led him to work on Fight Club, which he wrote as an attempt to disturb the publisher even more for rejecting him. Palahniuk wrote this story while working as a diesel mechanic for Freightliner. After initially publishing it as a short story (which became chapter 6 of the novel) in the compilation Pursuit of Happiness, Palahniuk expanded it into a full novel, which, contrary to what he expected, the publisher was willing to publish.[2] While the original, hardcover edition of the book received positive reviews and some awards, it had a short shelf life. Nevertheless, the book had made its way to Hollywood, where interest in adapting it to film was growing. It was eventually adapted in 1999 by screenwriter Jim Uhls and director David Fincher. The film was a box office disappointment (although it was #1 at the U.S. box office in its first weekend) and critical reaction was mostly favorable, but a cult following soon emerged as the DVD of the film was popular upon release. As a result of the film, the original hardcover edition became a collector's item.[3] This film is now widely considered to be a defining work and an uncompromising critique of humanity's loss of identity through mass consumerism. Two paperback rereleases of the novel, one in 1999 and the other in 2004 (the latter of which begins with an introduction by the author about the conception and popularity of both the novel and the movie), were later made. This success helped launch Palahniuk's career as a popular novelist, as well as establish a writing style that would appear in many of his future novels. Despite popular belief, Palahniuk was not inspired to write the novel by any actual fight club. The club itself was based on a series of fights that Palahniuk got into over previous years (most notably one that he got into during a camping trip).[4] Even though he has mentioned this in many interviews, Palahniuk is still often approached by fans wanting to know where their local fight club takes place. Palahniuk insists that there is no real, singular organization like the one in his book. He does admit however that some fans have mentioned to him that some fight clubs (albeit much smaller than the one in the novel) exist or previously existed (some having existed long before the novel was written). Also, in the introduction to the current edition of the novel, Palahniuk refers to a few of the many actual instances of mischief being carried out in the style of fight club, most notably, a "Waiter from one of London's two finest restaurants" alleging that he ejaculated into Margaret Thatcher's food on multiple occasions. Many other events in the novel were also based on events that Palahniuk himself had experienced. The support groups that the narrator attends are based on support groups to which the author brought terminally ill people as part of a volunteer job he did for a local hospital. Project Mayhem is loosely based on the Cacophony Society, of which Palahniuk is a member. Various events and characters are based on friends of the author. Other events came as a result of stories told to him by various people he had talked to.[5] This method of combining various stories from various people into novels has become a common way of writing novels for Palahniuk ever since. Outside of Palahniuk's professional and personal life, the novel's impact has been felt elsewhere. Several individuals in various locations of the United States (and possibly in other countries), ranging from teenagers to people in technical careers, have set up their own fight clubs based on the one mentioned in the novel.[6] Some of Tyler's on-the-job pranks (such as food tampering) have been repeated by fans of the book (although these same pranks existed well before the novel was published). Palahniuk eventually documented this phenomenon in his essay "Monkey Think, Monkey Do",[7] which was published in his book Stranger Than Fiction: True Stories, as well as in the introduction to the 2004 paperback edition of Fight Club. Other fans of the book have been inspired to non-anti-social activity as well; Palahniuk has claimed that fans tell him that they have been inspired to go back to college after reading the book.[2] Other than the film, a few other adaptations have been attempted. In 2004 Fight Club was in development as a musical, developed by Palahniuk, Fincher, and Trent Reznor.[8] Brad Pitt, who played the role of Tyler Durden in the film, expressed interest in being involved. A video game loosely based on the film was published by Vivendi Universal Games in 2004, receiving poor reviews from gaming critics (see Fight Club (video game)). [edit] Plot summary The book centers on a nameless narrator who hates his job and his life. The narrator works for a car company, also unnamed, organizing product recalls on defective models if, and only if, the cost of the recall is less than the cost of out-of-court settlements paid to relatives of the deceased (which parallels the 1970s story of the Ford Pinto's safety problems and recall). At the same time, he is becoming disenchanted with the "nesting instinct"[9] of consumerism that has absorbed his life, forcing him to define himself by the furniture, clothes, and other material things that he owns. This dissatisfaction, combined with his frequent business trips across multiple time zones, disturb him to the point that he suffers from chronic insomnia. At the recommendation of his physician (who does not consider his insomnia to be a serious ailment), the narrator goes to a support group for men with testicular cancer to "see what real suffering is like". After finding that crying at these support groups and listening to emotional outpourings from the suffering allows him to sleep at night, he becomes dependent on them. At the same time, he befriends a cancer victim named Bob. Although he does not really suffer from any of the ailments that the other attendants have, he is never caught being a "tourist" until he meets Marla Singer, a woman who also attends support groups for alternative reasons. Her presence reflects the narrator's "tourism", and only reminds him that he doesn't belong at the support groups. He begins to hate Marla for keeping him from crying, and therefore from sleeping. After a short confrontation, they begin going to separate support groups in order to avoid meeting again. Shortly before this incident, his life changes radically upon meeting Tyler Durden, a beach artist who works low-paying jobs at night in order to perform deviant behavior on the job. After his confrontation with Marla, the narrator's condo is destroyed by an explosion and he asks Tyler if he can stay at his house. Tyler agrees, but asks for something in return, in a now-famous line: "I want you to hit me as hard as you can."[10] The resulting fight in a bar's parking lot attracts more disenchanted males, and a new form of support group, the first "Fight Club," is born. The fight club becomes a new type of therapy through bare-knuckle fighting, controlled by a set of rules: You don't talk about fight club. You don't talk about fight club.[11] When someone says stop, or goes limp, even if he's just faking it, the fight is over.[12] Only two guys to a fight. One fight at a time. They fight without shirts or shoes. The fights go on as long as they have to. If this is your first night at fight club, you have to fight. -- Fight Club, pages 48-50[13] Later in the book the mechanic tells the narrator two new rules to fight club. The first new rule is that nobody is the center of fight club except for the two men fighting. The second new rule is that fight club will always be free. Meanwhile, Tyler rescues Marla from a suicide attempt and the two initiate an affair that confounds the narrator. Throughout this affair, Marla is mostly unaware of the existence of fight club, and completely unaware of Tyler and the narrator's interaction with one another.[14] As the fight club's membership grows (and, unbeknownst to the narrator, spreads to other cities across the country), Tyler begins to use it to spread anti-consumerist ideas and recruits its members to participate in increasingly elaborate attacks on corporate America. This was originally the narrator's idea, but Tyler takes control from him. Tyler eventually gathers the most devoted fight club members (referred to as "space monkeys") and forms "Project Mayhem", a cult-like organization that trains itself as an army to bring down modern civilization. This organization, like the fight club, is controlled by a set of rules: You don't ask questions. You don't ask questions. No excuses. No lies. You have to trust Tyler. -- Fight Club, pages 119, 122, 125[15] The narrator starts off as a loyal participant in Project Mayhem, seeing it as the next step for fight club. However, he becomes uncomfortable with the increasing destructiveness of their activities after it results in the death of Bob. As the narrator endeavors to stop Tyler and his followers, he learns that he is Tyler;[16] Tyler is not a separate person, but a separate personality. As the narrator struggled with his hatred for his job and his consumerist lifestyle, his mind began to form a new personality that was able to escape from the problems of his normal life. The final straw came when he met Marla; Tyler was truly born as a distinct personality when the narrator's unconscious desire for Marla clashed with his conscious hatred for her. Having come to the surface, Tyler's personality has been slowly taking over the narrator's mind, which he planned to take over completely by making the narrator's real personality more like his. The narrator's bouts of insomnia had actually been Tyler's personality surfacing; Tyler would be active whenever the narrator was "sleeping". This allowed Tyler to manipulate the narrator into helping him create fight club; Tyler learned recipes for creating explosives when he was in control, and used this knowledge to blow up his own condo. The narrator also learns that Tyler plans to blow up the Parker-Morris building (the fictional "tallest building in the world") in the downtown area of the city using homemade bombs created by Project Mayhem. The actual reason for the explosion is to destroy the nearby national museum. During the explosion, Tyler plans to die as a martyr for Project Mayhem, taking the narrator's life as well. Realizing this, the narrator sets out to stop Tyler, although Tyler is always thinking ahead of him. In his attempts to stop Tyler, he makes peace with Marla (who always knew the narrator as Tyler) and explains to her that he is not Tyler Durden. The narrator is eventually forced to confront Tyler on the roof of the building. The narrator is held captive at gunpoint by Tyler, forced to watch the destruction wrought on the museum by Project Mayhem. Marla comes to the roof with one of the support groups. Tyler vanishes, because "Tyler was his hallucination, not hers." [17] With Tyler gone, the narrator waits for the bomb to explode and kill him. However, the bomb malfunctions because Tyler mixed paraffin into the explosives, which "never, ever works." Still alive and holding the gun that Tyler used to carry on him, the narrator decides to make the first decision that is truly his own: he puts the gun in his mouth and shoots himself. Some time later, he awakens in a mental institution, believing that he is dead and has gone to heaven. The book ends with members of Project Mayhem who work at the institution telling the narrator that their plans still continue, and that they are expecting Tyler to come back. [edit] Characters in Fight Club Narrator Some fans of the film refer to the narrator as "Jack", which is in reference to a scene in which he reads stories written from the perspective of a man's organs (e.g. "Jack's medulla oblongata"); the protagonists' lines in the official movie script also use the name "Jack" to denote them. Furthermore, a number of props from the film (such as a paycheck for the narrator) have the name "Jack Moore" on them, indicating that members of the film's crew also thought the narrator's name was Jack. The name "Jack" was "Joe" in the novel, which was changed in the film to avoid conflicts with Reader's Digest over the use of the name (the articles read by the narrator were featured in the magazine). The narrator of Fight Club set a precedent for the protagonists of later novels by Palahniuk, especially in the case of male protagonists, as they often shared his anti-heroic and transgressive behavior. Tyler Durden A neo-luddite, nihilist with a strong hatred for consumer culture. "Because of his nature"[18], Tyler works night jobs where he causes problems for the companies; he also makes soap to supplement his income and create the ingredients for his bomb making which will be put to work later with his fight club. He is the co-founder of fight club (it was his idea to have the fight that led to it). He later launches Project Mayhem, from which he and the members make various attacks on consumerism. Tyler is blond, as by the narrator's comment "in his everything-blond way." The unhinged but magnetic Tyler could also be considered an antihero (especially since he and the narrator are technically the same person), although he becomes the antagonist of the novel later in the story. Few characters like Tyler have appeared in later novels by Palahniuk, though the character of Oyster from Lullaby shares many similarities. Marla Singer A woman that the narrator meets during a support group. The narrator no longer receives the same release from the groups when he realizes Marla is faking her problems just like he is. After he leaves the groups, he meets her again when she meets Tyler and becomes his lover. She is a nymphomaniac, and she shares many of Tyler's thoughts on consumer culture. In later novels by Palahniuk in which the protagonist is male, a female character similar to Marla has also appeared. Marla and these other female characters have helped Palahniuk to add romantic themes into his novels. Robert "Bob" Paulson A man that the narrator meets at a support group for testicular cancer. A former bodybuilder, Bob lost his testicles to cancer caused by the steroids he used to bulk up his muscles, and had to undergo testosterone injections; this resulted in his body increasing its estrogen, causing him to grow large breasts (Gynecomastia) ("Bitch-tits") and develop a softer voice. The narrator befriends Bob and, after leaving the groups, meets him again in fight club. Bob's death later in the story while carrying out an assignment for Project Mayhem causes the narrator to turn against Tyler, because the members of Project Mayhem treat it as a trivial matter instead of a tragedy. When the narrator explains that the dead man had a name and was a real person, a member of Project Mayhem points out that only in death do members of Project Mayhem have a name. The unnamed member begins chanting, "his name was Robert Paulson", and this phrase becomes a meme and mantra that the narrator encounters later on in the story multiple times. This differs from the book which only states that people in other fight clubs were chanting "Robert Paulson" for the same reason as mentioned above. When the narrator goes to a fight club to shut it down for this reason, Tyler orders them to make him a "homework assignment". [edit] Motifs At two points in the novel, the narrator claims he wants to "wipe [his] ass with the Mona Lisa"; a mechanic who joins fight club also repeats this to him in one scene.[19] This motif shows his desire for chaos, later explicitly expressed in his urge to "destroy something beautiful". Additionally, he mentions at one point that "Nothing is static. Even the Mona Lisa is falling apart."[20] University of Calgary literary scholar Paul Kennett claims that this want for chaos is a result of an Oedipus complex, as the narrator, Tyler, and the mechanic all show disdain for their fathers.[21] This is most explicitly stated in the scene that the mechanic appears in: The mechanic says, "If you're male and you're Christian and living in America, your father is your model for God. And if you never know your father, if your father bails out or dies or is never at home, what do you believe about God? ... How Tyler saw it was that getting God's attention for being bad was better than getting no attention at all. Maybe because God's hate is better than His indifference. If you could be either God's worst enemy or nothing, which would you choose? We are God's middle children, according to Tyler Durden, with no special place in history and no special attention. Unless we get God's attention, we have no hope of damnation or redemption. Which is worse, hell or nothing? Only if we're caught and punished can we be saved. "Burn the Louvre," the mechanic says, "and wipe your ass with the Mona Lisa. This way at least, God would know our names." -- Fight Club, page 141[22] Kennett further argues that Tyler wants to use this chaos to change history so that "God's middle children" will have some historical significance, whether or not this significance is "damnation or redemption".[23] This will figuratively return their absent fathers, as judgement by future generations will replace judgement by their fathers. After reading stories written from the perspective of the organs of a man named Joe, the narrator begins using similar quotations to describe his feelings, often replacing organs with feelings and things involved in his life. The narrator often repeats the line "I know this because Tyler knows this." This is used to foreshadow the novel's major plot twist in which Tyler is revealed to be the same person as the narrator. The color cornflower blue first appears as the color of an icon on the narrator's boss's computer.[20] Later, it is mentioned that his boss has eyes of the same color.[24] These mentions of the color are the first of many uses of cornflower blue in Palahniuk's books, which all feature the color at some point in the text. The theme of masculinity is also a motif throughout the book. Different symbols lead to this reoccurring theme, such as violence, and testes. Fighting is perceived as a masculine characteristic. [edit] Subtext Throughout the novel, Palahniuk uses the narrator and Tyler to comment on how people in modern society try to find meaning in their lives through commercial culture. Several lines in the novel make b Paint (formerly Paintbrush for Windows) is a simple graphics painting program that has been included with almost all versions of Microsoft Windows since its first release. It is often referred to as MS Paint or Microsoft Paint. The program opens and saves files as Windows bitmap (24-bit, 256 color, 16 color, and monochrome, all with the .bmp extension), JPEG, GIF (without animation or transparency, although the Windows 98 version and a Windows 95 upgrade did support the latter), PNG (without alpha channel), and TIFF. The program can be in color mode or two-color black-and-white, but there is no grayscale mode. Contents [hide] 1 History 2 Features 3 Support for indexed palettes 4 Versions 5 See also 6 Notes and references 7 External links [edit] History The first version of Paint was introduced with the first version of Windows, Windows 1.0. This version only supported the MSP file format. This format is no longer supported by newer versions of Paint, along with PCX and RLE. Older versions cannot open or edit PNG files, and can only open GIF, JPEG, and TIFF files with a graphics filter for the specific file type. In Windows 95, a new version of Paint was introduced. The same icons and color palette continued to be used through Windows XP. An early version of the program, as bundled with Windows 3.1. (It was still known as Paintbrush at this stage.)In the Windows 98, Windows 2000 or Windows Me versions of Paint, images could be saved in JPEG and GIF formats if the necessary Microsoft graphics filters were installed, usually by another Microsoft application such as Microsoft Office or Microsoft PhotoDraw. Also, the canvas size was expanded automatically when larger images were opened or pasted. In Windows XP and later versions, Paint is based on GDI+ [1] and therefore, images can be natively saved as JPEG, GIF, TIFF and PNG without requiring additional graphics filters. However, alpha channel transparency is still not supported because the GDI+ version of Paint can only handle up to 24-bit depth images. Also, since another accessory, Imaging, was discontinued in Windows XP, support for acquiring images from a scanner or a digital camera was also added to Paint. However, the tertiary color function, used for creating GIF files with a transparent background, was removed. Also, the ability to save and load palette colors to and from .pal files was removed. In Windows Vista, the toolbar icons and default color palette have been updated. Also, an increased number of undo levels, a zoom slider, and a crop function have been added. [edit] Features Recent versions of Paint allow the user to pick up to three colors at a time: the primary color (left mouse click), secondary color (right mouse click), and tertiary color (control key + any mouse click). MS Paint ToolboxThe program comes with the following options in its Tool Box (from left to right in image): Free-Form Select Select Eraser/Color Eraser Fill With Color Pick Color Magnifier Pencil Brush Airbrush Text Line Curve Rectangle Polygon Ellipse Rounded Rectangle Paint does not have the ability to automatically create color gradients. The Image menu offers the following options: Flip/Rotate, Stretch/Skew, Invert Colors, Image Attributes, Clear Image, and Draw Opaque. The "Colors" menu allows the user to Edit Colors (only menu option under Colors). The Edit Colors dialog box shows a 48-color palette and 12 custom color slots that can be edited. Clicking "Define Custom Colors" displays a square version of the color wheel that can select a custom color either with a crosshair cursor (like a "+"), by Hue/Saturation/Luminance, or by Red/Green/Blue values. The default colors in the Color Box are the following: Black, White, Gray, Silver, Maroon, Red, Olive, Yellow, Dark Green, Green, Teal, Cyan, Navy blue, Blue, Purple, Magenta, Old Gold, Lemon Yellow, Slate grey, Kelly green, Dark Carolina blue, Aquamarine, Midnight blue, Periwinkle, Violet-blue, Coral, Brown, and Pumpkin orange. A color palette is also available. Paint also has a few hidden functions (or Easter eggs) not mentioned in the help file: a stamp mode, trail mode and 10x zoom. For the stamp mode, the user can select part of the image, hold the control key, and move it to another part of the canvas. This, instead of cutting the piece out, creates a copy of it. The process can be repeated as many times as desired, as long as the control key is held down. The trail mode works exactly the same, but it uses the shift key instead of the control key. 10x zoom can be accessed by clicking on a horizontal line of about 2 pixels right below the 8x zoom button. The user may also draw straight horizontal, vertical, or diagonal lines with the pencil tool, without the need of the straight line tool, by holding the shift key and dragging the tool. Moreover, it is also possible to thicken (control key + +) or thin (control key + −) a line simultaneously while it is being drawn. To crop whitespace or eliminate parts of a graphic, the blue handle in the lower right corner can be clicked and dragged to increase canvas size or crop a graphic. The colors in the image can be inverted by pressing Ctrl+ I Older versions of Paint, such as the one bundled with Windows 3.1, allowed controlling the drawing cursor with the use of arrow keys as well as a color-replace brush, which replaced a single color underneath
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Accordion Men in France!
 
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Montmatre, Paris, and man was accordioning with his companion. I was there. Shameless plug: Did the 4 second interval at 0:38 where you can see my ugly mug leave you intrigued? Leave you wanting to see more of this mysterious travelling man, i.e. me? Not in the slightest? Awesome. Well I do atrocious bossa nova + other stuff covers on an acoustic guitar (not even an accordion, I know), so if you're into that and you'd like to swell my ego a bit, swing by my channel and have a looksy. Or don't.
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I don't Need A Man - Celeb Thinspo ♥
 
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Pussycatdolls - I don't need a man
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R.A.T. Relationships
 
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Love is fun, love is super great, I did this video to help you with your future mates, Men need clarity about Women, Women need advice about men, that is why your R.A.T. Coach stepped in--Sending love around the world a zillion times and stuff--Rhonda Anthony Tanner/R.A.T. Coaching
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The True Story of the Philadelphia Experiment 1
 
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Documentary about the philadelphia experiment
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Men Speak Out
 
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At some point in every man's life, someone close to him will likely disclose that they are a survivor of sexual violence and ask for help. We don't like to think about it, and we don't like to talk about it, but the fact is that men can also be sexually assaulted. Knowing this, the following men volunteered to speak to men. Men need to be a solution to ending sexual violence.
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Peggy Scott - Bill
 
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Peggy Scott
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A Whiter Shade Of Pale - Procol Harum
 
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Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pf73XwjZIFQ and https://youtu.be/_trOp2HGUAM?t=223 - And could you please stop commenting about it being 'originally written by' Johann Sebastian Bach? This composition stands tall on its own. Every song out there is *inspired* by those from other songwriters, you don't need to brag about your miracle discovery; I'm holding a do-I-give-a-shit-o-meter in my hand, and the needle's not moving. Original 16mm Scopitone conversion, from the 'summer of love' 1967 hit record, remuxed and refurbished in 2006 (I should re-upload in higher quality, I know, I will when I find the time to do so..). Fixed audio-sync (it was badly done). Sound engineer of this famous mono mix was Keith Grant. Vocals and piano played by Gary Brooker. Matthew Fisher played the Hammond organ, and these original lyrics were written by Keith Reid; We skipped the light fandango turned cartwheels 'cross the floor I was feeling kinda' seasick the crowd called out for more the room was humming harder as the ceiling flew away when we called out for another drink the waiter brought a tray and so it was that later as a mirror told its tale that her face at first just ghostly turned a whiter shade of pale She said: "There is no reason and the truth is plain to see" but I wandered through my playing cards would not let her be one of sixteen vestal virgins who were leaving for the coast and although my eyes were open they might just as well've been closed and so it was that later as the miller told his tale that her face at first just ghostly turned a whiter shade of pale.. Copyright Disclaimer; Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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Gregory Isaacs - Night Nurse
 
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Song: Night Nurse Artist: Gregory Isaacs Year: 1982 LP/CD: Night Nurse Composers: Gregory Isaacs, Sylvester Weise
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Cover Of The Rolling Stone-Dr.Hook
 
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"(cover of the rolling stone) is property of (DR. Hook) and it's producers and/or promoters and is used here pursuant to the fair use provision of the DMCA as outlined in title 17, section 107 of the United States Code for entertainment and or educational purposes only and no copyright infringement is intended." Took some pics of some of the Rolling Stone mags i have packed away. Just playin around a bit.
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"Chocolate Rain" Original Song by Tay Zonday
 
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"Chocolate Rain" original song by Tay Zonday. 🔥🔥More singing! 🔥🔥 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL87KbhWjUH2ZwqRWBi9g9d28lUbs-xmIO GET REMIX Album! http://www.playtay.com Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/tayzonday Like me on Facebook: http://facebook.com/tayzonday Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tayzonday DOWNLOAD THE FREE MP3! https://soundcloud.com/tayzonday Business Contact: [email protected] This MP3 is subject to a Creative Commons License. Creative Commons License Details: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/us/ "Chocolate Rain" Chocolate Rain Some stay dry and others feel the pain Chocolate Rain A baby born will die before the sin Chocolate Rain The school books say it can't be here again Chocolate Rain The prisons make you wonder where it went Chocolate Rain Build a tent and say the world is dry Chocolate Rain Zoom the camera out and see the lie Chocolate Rain Forecast to be falling yesterday Chocolate Rain Only in the past is what they say Chocolate Rain Raised your neighborhood insurance rates Chocolate Rain Makes us happy 'livin in a gate Chocolate Rain Made me cross the street the other day Chocolate Rain Made you turn your head the other way (Chorus) Chocolate Rain History quickly crashing through your veins Chocolate Rain Using you to fall back down again [Repeat] Chocolate Rain Seldom mentioned on the radio Chocolate Rain Its the fear your leaders call control Chocolate Rain Worse than swearing worse than calling names Chocolate Rain Say it publicly and you're insane Chocolate Rain No one wants to hear about it now Chocolate Rain Wish real hard it goes away somehow Chocolate Rain Makes the best of friends begin to fight Chocolate Rain But did they know each other in the light? Chocolate Rain Every February washed away Chocolate Rain Stays behind as colors celebrate Chocolate Rain The same crime has a higher price to pay chocolate Rain The judge and jury swear it's not the face (Chorus) Chocolate Rain Dirty secrets of economy Chocolate Rain Turns that body into GDP Chocolate Rain The bell curve blames the baby's DNA Chocolate Rain But test scores are how much the parents make Chocolate Rain 'Flippin cars in France the other night Chocolate Rain Cleans the sewers out beneath Mumbai Chocolate Rain 'Cross the world and back its all the same Chocolate Rain Angels cry and shake their heads in shame Chocolate Rain Lifts the ark of paradise in sin Chocolate Rain Which part do you think you're 'livin in? Chocolate Rain More than 'marchin more than passing law Chocolate Rain Remake how we got to where we are. (Chorus)
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Who's on First?
 
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Abbott and Costello perform the classic "Who's on first?" baseball sketch in their 1945 film "The Naughty Nineties" first performed as part of their stage act. Still find this really funny
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Eddie Murphy - RAW - Marriage
 
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Eddie gives his view on getting married, "love and money do not mix". Half!
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"Weird Things Happen To Me" Comedy By Chonda Pierce
 
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chonda shares about how she shared a hotel room with a dead man LOL. If you dont know who chonda pierce is, think of a female version of Mark Lowry. I love her
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Randy Pausch Last Lecture: Achieving Your Childhood Dreams
 
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Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch (Oct. 23, 1960 - July 25, 2008) gave his last lecture at the university Sept. 18, 2007, before a packed McConomy Auditorium. In his moving presentation, "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams," Pausch talked about his lessons learned and gave advice to students on how to achieve their own career and personal goals. For more on Randy, visit: http://www.cmu.edu/randyslecture Learn how to support the Randy Pausch Memorial Bridge, visit: http://www.cmu.edu/homepage/images/extras/emails/pausch/pausch_bridge.html
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The only thing I need
 
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A song with pictures & some video web site http://www.jcislord.cabanova.com The sinner prayer Dear God, I am a sinner and I need forgiveness, I believe that Jesus your son shed his precious blood and died for my sins, I am willing to turn from sin, Dear Jesus I ask you to forgive me of all my sins, Dear Jesus I ask you to come into my heart and into my life and be my personal Lord and Saviour, In Jesus name Amen. The next step - my web site can help you http://www.jcislord.cabanova.com ps/ talk to God,be baptized,worship him,fellowship with him,serve with other Christians in a church where Jesus Christ is preached and the Bible is the final authority,read the Bible every day,tell others about Jesus Christ. May God Bless you and keep you forever in Jesus name Amen.
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I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas...(Lyrics in MORE)
 
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I want a hippopotamus for Christmas Only a hippopotamus will do Don't want a doll, no dinky Tinker Toy I want a hippopotamus to play with and enjoy I want a hippopotamus for Christmas I don't think Santa Claus will mind, do you? He won't have to use our dirty chimney flue Just bring him through the front door, that's the easy thing to do I can see me now on Christmas morning, creeping down the stairs Oh what joy and what surprise when I open up my eyes to see a hippo hero standing there I want a hippopotamus for Christmas Only a hippopotamus will do No crocodiles, no rhinoceroses I only like hippopotamuses And hippopotamuses like me too Mom says the hippo would eat me up, but then Teacher says a hippo is a vegeterian. (Short Music Interlude) There's lots of room for him in our two-car garage I'd feed him there and wash him there and give him his massage I can see me now on Christmas morning, creeping down the stairs Oh what joy and what surprise when I open up my eyes to see a hippo hero standing there I want a hippopotamus for Christmas Only a hippopotamus will do No crocodiles or rhinoceroseses I only like hippopotamuseses And hippopotamuses like me too!
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Suspicious Mind - Elvis Presley
 
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Video Suspicious Mind
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The paradox of choice | Barry Schwartz
 
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http://www.ted.com Psychologist Barry Schwartz takes aim at a central tenet of western societies: freedom of choice. In Schwartz's estimation, choice has made us not freer but more paralyzed, not happier but more dissatisfied. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers are invited to give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes -- including speakers such as Jill Bolte Taylor, Sir Ken Robinson, Hans Rosling, Al Gore and Arthur Benjamin. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, politics and the arts. Watch the Top 10 TEDTalks on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/top10
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SHAGGY - IT WASNT ME
 
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Download Mp3: http://amzn.to/2gKxmVg shaggys hit song it wasnt me
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"Sana'a" - Speakeasy Studios, Oceanside, CA
 
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Social Sound System http://www.socialsoundsystem.com/ http://www.myspace.com/socialsoundsystem Here is a little sample of a project in progress. We still need a name... Lots of political overtones in the lyrics. Toying with "the Solar Apes." Any thoughts? I'm on guitar using my Line 6 Pod Pro Rackmount w a swell/delay effect. I also use a little eBow that makes for some awesome sounds too. Really spaced out. The name means "Brilliance" or something in Arabic. It is also the capital of Yemen and has been around since around the 1 A.D. I think the song has something about the taboo for Christians men dating Muslim women. Of course, Muslim men can date Christian women.
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Bud Light Present- Real Men of Genius Commercials
 
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This is all I can find so far well enjoy anyway
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Bone Thugs N Harmony - Foe Tha Love of Money
 
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Bone Thugs N Harmony - Foe Tha Love of Money http://www.bonethugsnharmony.com
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I don't need a man
 
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Videoclip made by kids for kids
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The name's Bah... James Bah
 
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originally made by [email protected]
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Dad at Comedy Barn
 
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This is my father. Yes, that is his real laugh. Enjoy :) Get my father's iPhone APP to continue laughing: http://www.thelaughman.com
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