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Cubbies Crib (blog)Hendry: Trade talk is realisticESPN (blog)“I try to let people know where I stand. I think that's a good thing,” Hendry said. “Even when you have to give people bad news, if you give it to them in ...Hendry preparing for active trade marketMLB.comall 21 news articles »
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my brother is soooo anoying
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great song ! :D that's my stupid animation. James is great! greetings
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So we were making Real Talk Real People episode two when lol low and behold some random ass nigga comes haha comedy though and he was tryna get at me had to say I had a dude lol :) oh man. the things that happen to us I swear. I know I look rough haha It was morning time special guest today Jasmine Connally.
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TheBestHelpForYou.com -- How To Speak Spanish The best way to learn spanish is join with the community that speak spanish. When you are in that community, it will make you speak spanish whatever you can or not. It will make your spanish language better. With join in the community it can increace confidence when you talk. Most people can not talk because they are afraid speak the wrong word. Another advantage join in the community you can also learn about their culture and it can improve your spanish skill. Listen to radio or music while you are driving or in long trip. You can also watch spanish movie or TV show. With doing that you can improve you listening skill and also you will know a new word. You will know the pronunciations of word when you are listening spanish music or radio. When watch a movie show the subtitle so you will know the word if you can not follow what they say. Use the small card to write the new word and try to remember it. You can also stick a note in the frige so you can always see and remember it. To learn more about speak spanish, please visit: TheBestHelpForYou.com
we were not trying to be racist at all. we were in Iman's house and Alpha was talking in Fillipino, and...yeah :D
www.AutismCauses1.com --- Awareness of Autism Promoting awareness can help people understand what autism is, how it affects people and appreciate that this is a condition that many people have. As long as there are people that don't understand autism, there are still people that stare at autistic people as if they are strange or don't understand why parents are taking care of their children in a certain way. It is for people that have autistic children but don't know all the facts or techniques available. Donate to your national society - The national autistic societies in your country are on the front line of medical research, government legislation and so on. Their role is to represent the entire population of autistic people. Donate to your local support group - You can donate to your local group or your national society. Donating to your local group is a great way to give to the local autism community. Talk to people - Also, you can simply talk to people and ask them what they know and tell them what you know. to learn more, please visit : www.AutismCauses1.com
The Veritas Show with Mel Fabregas is a weekly show exploring exopolitics, UFO and paranormal phenomenon, conspiracies and current world events. Here, he speaks with James Fox, a seasoned journalist and documentary film maker, on the ground at the Gulf Oil Spill who tells of his experience since he arrived there, 8 June 2010. ["A few minutes ago, I conducted a short interview with documentary filmmaker, James Fox. He is presently in Grand Isle, Louisiana . The closest location to the Gulf oil spill. Before I spoke to James I received a few unsubstantiated reports that I put on the side. What I'm about to share with you is extremely important. There is an absolute MEDIA BLACKOUT in the area. People are being arrested everywhere. Hotels in a 70-mile radius are completely sold out, yet, you don't see any vans or reporters filming. It's as if the entire area was under siege. James Fox has witnessed this and he basically just arrived. He says he saw multiple Chevron helicopters flying. He has not seen any military activity. It's as if the oil companies had taken over. James expected to rent a plane to fly over it and that is not possible. The area above the oil spill is now a NO-FLY-ZONE. He will be there for two weeks. I am issuing this bulletin because James Fox's name needs to be out in the public, as there is a possibility that he will be arrested. I have plans to talk to the Grand Isle's Police Department to get further clarification regarding these arrests, since James ...
Dhanashree Pandit-Rai shows that if the 7 notes of music are common all over the world, then why do somethings sound Indian, or Japanese, or Western? She goes on to show some of the elements of Indian classical music like Khatka, Murki, Zamzama, Andolan, Aalap, Taan. AboutTEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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This lively RSA Animate, adapted from Dan Pink's talk at the RSA, illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us at home and in the workplace. www.theRSA.org
The true economics and politics behind Obama's recent health care bill - from Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophy show on the Web: www.freedomainradio.com
Some comments, questions and criticisms I received for my True News video on how to talk to people about socialized medicine. Article: city-journal.org From Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophy show in the world -- www.freedomainradio.com
It's really about asking questions to see if people can actually think... From Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophy show on the web - www.freedomainradio.com
When Dave Schmitt and Kyle Even formed Breathe Carolina in 2007 they didn't anticipate that their project started "just for fun" would explode into an internationally sought-after band in just two short years. But like all the best, most exciting new bands, Breathe Carolinas unprecedented story began with a fan-base that grew organically, fueled by an enviable, rapidly spreading word-of-mouth, and the undeniable spark of something unique. The story of Breathe Carolina is a modern day music fairytale of two friends who recorded tracks on GarageBand at home in Denver, CO, put them on to MySpace and rapidly gained a huge online following that transformed their hobby into a career, and them into stars. We got started just by hanging out, reflects Kyle. We just sat in a room and threw ideas back and forth, and had to take trips to the library to talk to people online because we didn't have internet at our house. We honestly weren't expecting anything, we just made some songs and people started hitting us up about them. It's been way crazier than anything we could have imagined it to be.
"Williamsburg State of Mind" is the first single from "Time on Our Hands," the second album from Michael and James. Special Thanks to Jason and Crispen Also, thanks to the Swem Media Center. This one's for you, Rudy. Lyrics: Yeah I'm out in Jamestown Lookin' at those wooden ships Right next to the river But I aint on a field trip I'm the new Tom Jefferson Ever since I came here I've been getting nerdier Really really nerdier I used to live in DuPont Representin' First West (Ebirt!) Right there near the Caf Except it was a big tent Moved on out to Ludwell 604A 15 minute walk to Swem You know I'm in there everyday Cruisin' down Richmond Road Passin' by Zable Williamsburg Trolley Lookin' like it needs a cable Comin' up on C-Dub This corner is confusing Stuck behind a tourist Kids look like they're snoozing Head on down to Wawa Order in the comput-a That way I dont have to Talk to people I don't wanna Which works out really well for me 'Cause I got no social skills Tell by my awkwardness That you're most definitely... (Chorus) In the Buurrrrggggg (uh huh) Ok let's face it its boring (bars close at 2) There's not much you can do Now you're in the burrrrgggg (yeah, yeah) You cross the street and suddenly (oh, what happened?) It's 1780 I guess I'm in the burrrgg (I miss you Sam Sadler) the burrrg the buuuurrrrrrgggg Monday morning 8:00 I'll be in the second row Ask questions one minute left So other people can't go Back home to my X-Box Fire up some Halo Maybe there's a reason I ...
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Part 1: www.youtube.com Part 2: www.youtube.com Part 3: www.youtube.com Part 4: www.youtube.com Part 6: www.youtube.com Part 7: www.youtube.com WikiLeaks Release 1.0 Insight into vision, motivation and innovation During the last 12 months WikiLeaks representatives have been talking at numerous conferences, from technology via human rights to media focused, in an effort to introduce WikiLeaks to the world. WikiLeaks has had major document releases that have spawned attention in all major newspapers by now, it has triggered important reform and has established itself as part of the accepted media reality. Little did we have the chance though to talk about a bigger picture, especially of how we perceive the future and its constraints. We therefore would like to talk about our vision of the information society, journalism's role in that society, as well as our role in it. Along this vision we will introduce new features for WikiLeaks Release 1.0, that will be no short of changing the world as we all know it. wikileaks.org events.ccc.de
11 year old Thomas Demming visits Today NOW! with the magical friend he hid for weeks in his bedroom closet.
www.ted.com Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice -- and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at www.ted.com
Barack Obama and Alexa Chung (the newly appointed Secretary of Real Talk) explain health care reform the only way people will understand--through song and dance. Stay caught up with Alexa online for more real talk: twitter.com www.facebook.com watch the g. bros on It's On with Alexa Chung: www.mtv.com Lyrics: Shawtayee, as you can clearly see I spent my cash tryna fix my knee Sold my car and both my kidneys How am I supposed to live if my fridge is out of cheese? No on in America should go broke because they get sick Real talk, gotta save cash money Let's take that money And we'll all be sittin pretty Let's put it in the kitty Yeah, we're gonna make it right Kill your granny and save your life Next question Ooh! Thanks for callin in me I never thought I'd be on national TV But why you gotta change the way things work When Jesus Christ said we're the best country in the universe? We're paying $6000 more than any other advanced country And we're not healthier Says here you're all fatties We're not healthier Cut down on the beef patties Refrain If you were floating through space And you could only say one thing Tell me what would you say? Shawtay, what would you say? There is a moment in the life of every generation When that spirit of hopefulness has to come through Let's work together, it's time to rock Neighborhood by neighborhood, block by block County by county, state by state We decide in our guts when we are determined Refrain God bless America!
www.ted.com Career analyst Dan Pink examines the puzzle of motivation, starting with a fact that social scientists know but most managers don't Traditional rewards aren't always as effective as we think. Listen for illuminating stories -- and maybe, a way forward.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at www.ted.com Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at www.ted.com
The James Irvine Redwood grove on the North Californian coast are one of my favorite places in the world. The serene quiet, surrounded by the giant, no humongous pillars of the mighty trees. Sat 1st Aug 2009 ContHeaded down to Redding where I picked up a starbux. Rather annoyingly a couple of teenage girls were talking loudly at the table next to mind about their relationship with god.. I mean persistently talking about it. Doing the talk in jibberish thing as a way of saying good bye on the phone. I mean have these muppets read the bible? In the bible, the disciples talk in other people tongues such that they can be understood. They were not in a place where everyone spoke their language and they talked jibberish. This went on for about half an hour with me getting progressively more annoyed. I then went and got my bible from the car and asked them to read the bit about the blood sacrifices. They then declared they had no interest in justifying their faith. Sigh, so shallow for two girls who were talking about it non-stop. Anyway, turns out the girl behind me was some sort of bible scholar (she had at least read the bible) I talked with her for about 90 mins. An interesting conversation, and it went v. much as my conversation with Comfort. It provides a valuable insight into the mindset, the more so as she was rather critical of some of her friends who were jehovahs witnesses who were completely logical in every other aspect of life, but checked it at the door for their ...
RULES EXPLAINED BELOW With the sudden unexplainable popularity of my clan chat, I decided to throw down a couple of ground rules so that mods and channel visitors know what's expected and why they may of been kicked/demoted. Ironically, I threw in a "Machinima" joke halfway through production of this ... and a few hours later, they actually offered me a sponsorship deal. So expect a few of my newer videos to show up on Machinima.com! Not all of them, but hopefully some good ones! FURTHER RULE EXPLANATION: 1) No spamming. RIght now, this will get you an auto-kick. The channel has been pretty bad with spammers since the video, so mods will kick right-away. This also includes people who try to induce spam by saying things like, "Press 111 if you like Runescape". Nobody really thinks that's funny, and nobody wants to see a stream of 111's across the chat screen. =) 2) No serious topics. Sorry, the video was pretty vague. I didn't mean you couldn't talk about anything. What I really meant was no topics that wind up in heated debate. You can talk about pretty much anything, but as soon as it turns into a heated argument, or you try to start picking a fight, then the mods will look to kick. 3) No insulting people, unless it is obvious that you are just joking around. I'd really recommend, not trying to insult the channel moderators, unless you want instant kicked and banned. 4) No stupid questions. I think we downgraded this to "2 stupid questions = kick". I realize a lot of ...
First video. Don't judge or be too critical. Thanks. This is how we talk to people. We hope you learn a thing or two. Enjoy and please subscribe. There is more coming and we'll return thee favor. Yes, dad is awesome :) Thanks again :) -Something and Lizzard
... they'd probably reject me. Just typing that now, I now understand why people think I like women. Gotcha. Hope you're all well and enjoyed a great weekend followed by a good start to the week. Love you all. x n
Fiona Apple with Dave Palmer on piano at the Cy Coleman tribute show at 'Largo at The Coronet'. Fiona's studio recording of this song appears on the album "The Best Is Yet To Come: The Songs of Cy Coleman" full length CD, MP3 downloads (amazon) and double vinyl LP (180 gram) from New West Records and Notable Music. Lyrics: (as sung by Fiona with some small changes from the original) I'm sentimental So I walk in the rain I've got some habits Even I can't explain I go to the the corner and I end up in Spain Why try to change me now I sit and daydream I've got daydreams galore Cigarette ashes There they go on the floor I go away weekends leave my key in the door why try to change me now Why can't I be more conventional People talk and they stare So I try But that can't be Because I can't see My strange little world Just go passing me by So let people wonder Let 'em laugh Let 'em frown You know I'll love you Till the moon's upside down Don't you remember I was always your clown so Why try to change me now Why can't I be more conventional People talk and they stare So I try But that can't be Because I can't see My strange little world Just go passing me by So let people wonder Let 'em laugh Let 'em frown You know I'll love you Till the moon's upside down Just you remember I was always your clown so why try to change me why would you want to change me Why try to change me now Edited by Andrew van Baal; shot by James Laxton, Tobias Datum and Andrew van Baal; sound recorded and ...
To talk to people at a party, gauge the environment and expectations of the party, and try to fit in with those expectations. Identify the mood of a party in order to participate in conversations using advice from a psychologist in this free video on communication skills.Expert: Reka Morvay Contact: www.rekamorvay.com Bio: Reka Morvay is a psychologist and doula with degrees from University of California, Berkeley and Cornell University. She also trained with the Hungarian Association of Cognitive and Behavior Therapy. Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky
Yes lets! Im chill in this video. And yes it's a long video honey please just deal. I talk about relationships and problem people run into while engaging in one and or looking to be in one. -Qaadir
This experiment explores common situations to test to see what variables are more likely to elicit a protective response from strangers. A normal-looking woman leaves her belongings unattended at the beach and a man (part of the experiment) comes by and steals her Ipod and speakers. No one really helps, though they notice, but if the normal-looking woman makes small talk with people nearby, they are much more likely to respond to the thief. Switch the normal-looking woman for someone much more attractive and things change. She doesn't have to even make small talk - people step in to react when the thief steals her things but the difference is they all noticed her more... because we notice beautiful people, we're more aware of them when they're near us. Take that same beautiful woman, though, and tell her to come on to another woman's husband a bit... she's suddenly not someone to just observe, she becomes a threat and is treated quite differently. We've been talking about Attribution theory, how we categorize people and assume qualities they have based on how they fit into our schemas, or prior categories of knowledge. Beautiful people are considered differently - we assume if they are beautiful then they are also all the other positive qualities: moral, intelligent, honest, caring, good, etc. We have just finished our own social experiment testing male photos and female photos and asked our volunteers (both male and female) to rate them in order from the ones they ...
freemagiclive.com Have you ever wanted to read people's minds? Or at least, make it appear that you're reading their minds? Inside today's magic illusion, Jay Jay play some tricks on the minds of some locals on the street. This is one of the easiest tricks to perform with street magic, and as you can tell by the look on Jay Jay's "victim's" faces, they were rather baffled... and impressed! Watch this magic trick and learn how you too can have the same effect on other people. Talk soon! The FreeMagicLive.com Team
John Stossel's 20/20 special "You Can't Even Talk About It," first aired on May 8, 2009.
A lot of people requested that I talk about this topic, so I decided to take some time out of my college life and give my thoughts on it. I also talk about the new Dragonball movie that comes out today. As usual, don't take the video too seriously ;) If you agree with the vid, be sure to share it and favorite it, thanks! Intro song by DJ Deckstream: www.myspace.com www.twitter.com www.facebook.com www.kevjumba.com
Bob Basso author of "Common Sense" plays the role of Thomas Paine to ignite the fire of change in America. Patriotism and Pride for America lead Thomas Paine to help take back America!
This video was premiered on our new live video show www.mogulus.com its rebroadcasting right now tune in every Sunday 3pm eastern to get the latest CHANGE news from Robert Wanik and Luke Rudkowski live. WeAreChange hits the streets to talk to people in Time Square about the current states of America. keep spreading this video - people need to see it and realize how dumbed down society is and how to educate people.! Rate it, Email it, Favorite it, Message it, and Share it. don't be silent get the word out! www.wearechange.org http www.infowars.com WeAreChange would like to acknowledge that we do not support or endorse Spotlight' magazine.The views described by the people being interviewed represent themselves and not the wearechange organization
I talk to dead people... but really! Yeap, I used to talk to to my dead grandparents quite often in my dreams... What is the hidden message? I'm not telling! Please send a private message once you find it and I will have a prize for one of the smarty pants :) Do not post it under the video! People who found the hidden message so far: - theBoynamedMatt - Cloey88 - freakatweak - sarasoda23 - chickenfreckle - HyperDude819 - JoMiMo555 - hstew22 - dieselmota - waterbender10123 - BGenerous - P00P0STER0US - daame4 - JLewis04210 - Edwilda - kelch12 - MysticZen - ilobilo - DeltaKungfu - thescorpioqueen - PinoyInTime - PinoyInTime - krisisnkaos - elusivetantra - WhiteTricycleFactory - TheDoofusMaximus - HyperKid66 - mashzmash - Cr3ativity FACEBOOK d'ART Lottery www.facebook.com LIVE CHAT www.valsartdiary.com BUY THIS PAINTING www.valsartdiary.com
Bonnie Raitt - Something To Talk About
So if the question isn't clear, it's like this. If you could travel back to 10 years ago (1999), and say 10 things to your younger self, what would YOU say? We're not gonna discuss the ethics of time travel and paradoxes here, but a couple of people are taking it a bit too seriously. Think of it like the time travel in "Heroes", where they go back, change everything and still NOTHING HAPPENS. The idea is that you can get a little insight into different parts of people's pasts, and build up a story and learn a bit about them. Fun for people who like to think! xD So tell me your things, either in the comments or in a video response! :D
www.92Y.org Recorded January 6, 2009. In his latest work, best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell takes us on an intellectual journey through the world of Outliers—the best and the brightest, the most famous and the most successful people and asks the question Why are high achievers different from regular people? Along the way he explains the secrets of software billionaires, what it takes to be a great soccer player, the cultural forces that make Asians so successful at math and what made the Beatles the greatest rock band. Gladwell is a staff writer for The New Yorker and the author of Blink and The Tipping Point. About the Giants of Science Series: This is not just for folks who got As in high school chemistry. The scientists are such good storytellers, their subjects so provocative and the conversation so easygoing that all you have to do is bring your mind (and a friend). Robert Krulwich of Nova Science Now, an NPR regular and an ABC News correspondent, is the host.
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www.highselfconfidence.com The three types of conversation topics you can use to start a great conversation, keep the conversation going and then take it to a deeper level so you really connect with the people you talk to. Use these advanced communication skills techniques and you´ll see a big difference in the quality of your conversations. Plus,it´ll also boost your confidence.