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Break Even - The Script (Instrumental LOWER PITCH)
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MALE Version: SNSD Girls Generation - Oh! (male vocal cover) by ericyi 누나 Noona Version Written by :kenzie and eric All vocals by Eric 소년시대 & additional harmonies, ad-libs, and rap also by ericyi pitched down the official instrumental and added vocals Free mp3 download - https://soundcloud.com/eric_yi/hd-girls-generation-snsd-oh Hey sones, various parts from this will be used in a collaboration project. So i decided to cover the rest :) thanks for listening, 1ove, jineric PS: headphones & HD is a must ;) * change all the oppa's to noona (A Korean term used to refer to an older girl (older sister).) Lyrics: 전 에 알던 내가 아냐 brand new sound 새로워진 나와 함께 one more round Dance, dance, dance, you'll be wrong this time noona , I'll be, I'll be down, down, down, down 누나 나 좀 봐 나를 좀 바라봐 첨 이야 이런 내 말투, ha 머리도 하고 화장도 했는데 왜 너만 너만 모르니 두근 두근 가슴이 떨려와요 uh 자 꾸 자꾸 상상만 하는걸요 yea 어떻게 하나 콧대 높은 내가 말 하고 싶어 누누나 , 를 사랑해 Ah, ah, ah, ah, 많이 많이 해 수줍으니 제발 웃지 마요, 진심이니 놀리지도 말아요 또 바보같은 말 뿐야 woahhhhh( *harmonized 전에 알던 내가 아냐 brand new sound 새로워진 나와 함께 one more round Dance, dance, dance, you'll be wrong this time 누나 누나,누나 I'll be,down, down, down, down 누나 잠깐만 잠깐만 들어봐 자꾸 한 얘기는 말고 0oohhh 동생으로만 생각하지 말아 일 년 뒤면 후회 할걸 oohhh 몰라 몰라 내 맘을 전혀 몰라 ahhh 눈치 없게 장난만 치는걸요 noona 어떻게 하나 이 철없는 사람아 들어봐 좀 만 ~! Oh, oh, oh, oh, nu rul 사랑해 Ah, ah, ah, ah, 많이 많이 해 수줍으니 제발 웃지 마요, 진심이니 놀리지도 말아요 또 그러면 나 울지도 몰라 * 3rd harmony 전에 알던 내가 아냐 brand new sound 뭔가 다른 오늘 만은 뜨거운 맘 Down down, 이러지마 화난다 누나 누나이대로는 no, no, no, no Tell me girl girl, love it, it, it, it, it, it, it, ah 누 누나 를 사랑해 Ah, ah, ah, ah, 많이 많이 해 (ahh) Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, na 사랑해 Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, 많이 많이 또 바보같은 말 뿐야 ~1 rap i aint that guy you used to know i straight up take it to the floor even though we don't talk any more you know i got you girl fo sho baby could you please find the time to keep me close in your mind cuz you know you got me girl and i hope your still mine (we good) girl we should never take a break cuz that be a whorrible mistake if i ever break your heart i promise ill tear us apart oh no oh no oh no oh no noona! dancers= girls generation= TaeYeon kim(金太妍/泰妍) YoonA(潤娥/允兒) YuRi(俞利) Jessica(鄭秀妍) SooYoung(崔秀英) SeoHyun(徐玄/徐賢) Tiffany hwang (黃美英) Sunny(李順圭) HyoYeon(金孝淵)]
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How To Make Instructional Videos For YouTube : Small Business Video Marketing Tips. Visit https://www.youtube.com/user/BlueSquareManagement for more FREE marketing tips videos for small business. Video Marketing Tips For Business : 10 Tips For Creating A Great “How-To” Video One of the most effective ways to use video to promote your business is to make a "how-to", "instructionsal" or "explainer" video. For the most part, customers are not going to watch a long sales pitch. They might sit through a 30 second pitch if you make it entertaining or interesting enough, but if you want to keep them engaged for a longer period of time you will have to offer them something relevant and useful. Small Business Video Marketing Information is a valuable commodity online, and a well-produced how-to video can sell your product or business more effectively than a traditional commercial – without actually “selling.” There are several different things you can do with a "how-to" or "instructional" video. For example, you can: - Demonstrate a product or service - Show different ways to use a product or service - Give customers a behind-the-scenes look at how you make a product or use a service Any one of these can make for an entertaining and informative video. With that in mind, here are some tips to helpyou make a how-to video that your customers will love… 10 How To Make a Good How-To Video For Your Business 1. Research the Competition. Do some YouTube searches to see what other how-to videos are there, and try to find a unique way to present your information. 2. Break Down What You Want To Demonstrate into steps. Even if your demonstration is going to be largely visual, you need to write down step-by-step instructions to make sure you are not missing anything. 3. Once you have written down the steps, have someone who is not familiar with what you are explaining read it. You are probably very familiar with your subject. When you are, it can be easy to skip over important steps or explanations because you take them for granted. Incorporate your reader’s questions into your written explanation. Keep refining it until you have it exactly right. 4. Think about the best way to visually demonstrate what you have written. Brainstorm some ways to make itinteresting or entertaining. 5. If you are demonstrating a product, focus less on its features and more on the benefits it will provide to your customers. Remember, the emphasis of all online marketing should be on providing value to your customers, not on talking about yourself. 6. Write a script (or hire someone to write it) Incorporating your instructions and the visual ways you will demonstrate them. 7. Invest in good production. Having great video and sound quality will keep people watching. A poorly-produced video may have the opposite effect from the one you intended. 8. Optimize your video for search engines. Use a target
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Nobodies Season 1 Episode 1 Online Free : http://flixtvseries.com/tv/70166-1-1/nobodies.html ☑ High Quality TV Series All of the TV Series are available in the superior HD Quality or even higher! Mr. First Lady March 29, 2017 After years toiling away writing on a kids cartoon, “The Fartlemans”, Groundlings Alums Larry, Rachel and Hugh finally get their big break: A chance to pitch their film script “Mr. First Lady” at Paramount.
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An effort to eliminate "death by PowerPoint." If you liked the video, please consider liking us on Facebook. Learn how to give amazing presentations using PowerPoint or whatever your tool of choice in this fun, engaging, and concise animated whiteboard video by Wienot Films. Presentations can make or break you. Make your Power Point great and see the difference it makes in your professional life. Keep it simple. Remember Story. Avoid long lists of bullets. Use pictures to support your story. Watch for all the fun action. Guy Kawasaki likes this video. You should too! How to give a great PowerPoint presentation. An animated whiteboard explanatory video (aka explainer video) presentation on how to effectively present with Power Point. ---------- Wienot Films () is an Austin-based production company that creates fun, refreshingly simple, yet amazingly effective animated whiteboard explainer videos that turn complex ideas into concise, easy-to-understand stories that help change hearts and minds and spur action. You might also hear their videos referred to as explanatory videos, doodle videos, pitch videos, scribe videos, startup videos, etc. Whatever you call them, they're simple, fun, and tell your story! Learn more at Wienot Films // Follow Your Passion. Tell Your Story. Live Your Dreams. Why Not? -------- (Note: Special thanks to Julian Jordan for the official Spanish translation, which is now available under captions.) Script for Powerful Presentations: Simply Stated By Marc Strong Around the world every day, thousands if not millions of people give presentations. Some are great, and have a powerful impact on their audiences. Others...well, let's just say they're works in progress. This is Powerful Presentations: Simply Stated Meet Jim, an aspiring professional trying to make it in the world. Jim used to give presentations like just about everyone else he knew. PowerPoint was his tool of choice. He'd use it like an outline, with a header followed by bullet after bullet, and sometimes even sub-bullets! When he wanted to be fancy, he'd add what usually turned out to be an ineffective chart or sometimes a table. And when Jim wanted to really spice things up, he'd add...yep...clip art. Unfortunately, Jim's approach would often confuse and bore people. This was a problem because he had important things to say. And because it was dimming his prospects for success. Fortunately, Jim learned a better way and didn't stay in the dark for long. Perhaps most importantly, he now focuses on the story he wants to tell. In doing so, he tries to follow a simple structure, with a clear beginning, middle, and end that links together his various points and builds to his conclusion. When formulating his story, Jim uses a simple pad of paper or sicky notes. Staying low tech at this stage helps him think more creatively and stay outside the box. He then considers what tools will help him best tell his story. Jim sometimes opts to use a whiteboard, flip charts, handouts, or even no props at all. When it makes sense for him to use PowerPoint, he tries to remember the adage that sometimes "less is more." He doesn't dumb down his presentations, but he does try to limit each slide to one key idea. Or, depending on the content, he sometimes builds an idea incrementally so it's easy to follow. He looks for visual ways to tell his story, with minimal text, photos, and clear charts and graphs. Quote: "All the so-called "Secrets of success" will not work unless you do. -Unknown" Sometimes he'll use quotes, but he tries to remember that people can't read his slides and truly listen at the same time. Jim still uses plenty of text to help him remember what he wants to say, but he hides it in his notes that only he sees (show view notes screen). Jim's new approach takes more time, energy, and rehearsal, but it's been well worth the effort. His audiences are now much more engaged and better understand and remember his presentations. And, as if that weren't enough...(congrats on the promotion)...his pocketbook doesn't mind either. (Pause) This has been Powerful Presentations: Simply Stated. Created by Marc Strong Wienotfilms.com SPECIAL THANKS GARR REYNOLDS NANCY DUARTE http://BestDramaTv.Net
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This to me is the WHOLE Pink Panther theme. In late 66, when Walter Greene took over as the background score musician for Depatie-Freleng Enterprises, he produced all new score for the first seven films credited to him. The first, Pink Plunk Plink, was about a symphony orchestra trying to play Beethoven (but Pink Panther kept breaking out his own theme), so did not have much new score. Next was one last film scored by the former musician, Bill Lava; Smile Pretty Say Pink. Next, Greene took over for good, with Pink-A-Boo, Genie With the Light Pink Fur, Super Pink, Rocky Bye Pinky, Pinknic and Pink Panic. After that, (beginning with Pink Posies) they began reusing the score from these six films. \r
It was the Rocky Bye Pinky score that would be used on the majority of the films produced from 1967-1974 (the next two years after that, they used the other ones more, and even threw in some Lava pieces at times, and after that, you had the 1978 made for TV series that replaced it all with all new score by Steve Depatie). \r
And it had the nicest flow to it, sounding truly like an extension of Mancinis theme!\r
So to me, this again was the wholePink Panther theme. It starts with the familiar Pink Panther signature (with the low pitched sax), and then the next statement with the higher pitched horn section. (which you dont hear as often). In the original Henry Mancini theme, this would be followed by a horn blast, and then a jazzy instrumental section. Greenes score adds two whole new statements, which do not include the Pink Panther signature, but still fit right in with it. The first (2:52) is what I guess is supposed to be a 60s Go-Go sounding piece, which was Greenes familiar style. It is marked by a low pitched electric guitar groove at eighths notes (the one-and-two-and-three-and-four sound) behind the horn section. \r
Then, you have a sort of verse two of the Pink Panther signature with the guitar while the horn section covers the background harmony and then the second statement again. This is now followed by the horn blast, as in the original Mancini composition (4:20), and then the other new statement (4:23), which is a flute tune with the horns playing something similar to the second statement in the background. Then you have an alternation of the two statements, followed by the guitar version of the signature leading to the conclusion by the horns.\r
When I would listen to the original Mancini track, I would wonder where were the other two statements. I didnt realize they were added by Greene, to fill the 7 minute episodes. Yet they to me are just as much apart of the Pink Panther theme as the signature and other statement.\r
Here, since the first verse of Greenes theme had the signature and second statement done in flute instead of the sax/horns, that to me sounded more like a logical second verse instead, and the similar Pinknic version was done with the sax, so I spliced that in (taken from Pinkcome Tax) as well, towards the beginning as the new first verse. (The Rocky Bye Pinky version begins with the piano chord like the original theme, which is what I have used here, while Pinknic is the one that begins with the vibraphone eighths notes).
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Live Score Updates IND 239/0 (56.0 Ovs) Vijay 89 (178) Dhawan 150 (158) T Islam 12-0-55-0 Mohammad Shahid 12-2-52-0 Stumps : Shikhar Dhawan got to 150 off the last ball of the day before bad light forced an early end. India have had a perfect day without losing a wicket throughout. Dhawan's comeback has been a memorable one. Bangladesh's bowling has been woeful on a pitch that is dead on day one. Only a rain break gave the hosts some respite in an otherwise forgettable outing. With more rain predicted for the next four days, Bangladesh may well save the game but India look very well set to post a massive score. Batting feast continues : The crowd is completely silent and that tells you a story. Bangladesh are yet to pick a wicket in the day. Both Dhawan and Vijay are now looking to consolidate but the former is still scoring boundaries at will. The partnership is over 200 now and Bangladesh have not come close to picking a wicket for a long time. Record partnership : 184 is the highest opening stand for India against Bangladesh. That has been eclipsed by the Dhawan-Vijay duo. Dhawan is batting as if it were a 'net' session. Bangladesh don't seem to have a plan whatsoever. They are going through the drills quite listlessly. Makes for dull viewing. We'll have go back to the toss when Mushfiqur lost the toss and termed it 'really unlucky.' The captain seemed to have lost hope even then and Dhawan's assault has made things a lot tougher. Yet another high score looms as India get set to bat for close to two days. This script is an old one. Bangladesh need to provide an inspired twist from somewhere to make it interesting. Hundred for Dhawan : Lot of nerves for Dhawan as he got closer to his ton but he managed to put away a half volley to the square leg boundary. That must come as huge relief. Vijay got his fifty much earlier and Bangladesh are getting no respite. Milestones approaching : Both Vijay and Dhawan have continued just the way they left off. Dhawan's into the nineties now and Vijay is closer to his fifty. India are moving on quite confidently and Bangladesh are getting pushed behind rather quickly now.
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How to Be Calm in a Stressful Situation|feeling calm The clock is ticking. Everyone's counting on you. Which wire should you cut? While most of us never have to deal with the life-or-death dilemmas of a bomb squad, everyday situations ,such as job interviews, public speaking, and family emergencies can be every bit as stressful if we are not accustomed to dealing with them. Learning how to remain calm in times of stress will not only have immediate soothing effects; it can also, over time, help you lead a healthier, happier life. 1 Stop what you’re doing. One of the best ways to calm down if you’re already feeling stressed is to stop interacting with the stressor, if possible. Sometimes, even taking a few seconds before you head back into the situation can be enough to help you cool down. Try counting to ten, or taking 3-5 deep breaths, before you reply in a heated conversation or situation. Take a break. For example, if an argument with your spouse is getting heated, stop and excuse yourself for a moment by saying something like, “I’m feeling a little overwhelmed right now. I need to take a 15-minute break before we continue discussing this.” Go to a different place, focus on breathing deeply, and recite a calming mantra, such as “I can handle this calmly. I can do this. 2 Focus on your senses. When we’re stressed, sometimes our bodies interpret the stress as an attack and kick us into “fight or flight mode.” This stimulates the release of hormones like adrenaline, which constrict your blood vessels, make your breathing rapid and shallow, and boost your heart rate. Over time, this panic response can become a habit for your brain in what’s known as “automatic reactivity.” Slowing down and focusing on the individual physical responses you’re experiencing can help you learn to identify what it feels like when you’re stressed to the max. Studies also show that this conscious process of noticing what’s going on in your body can help retrain your brain’s automatic habits. Notice each thing that is going on in your body, but try to avoid judging it. For example, if you’re worried about doing well on a final exam that’s in just a few minutes, you might notice to yourself, “My face feels hot and flushed. My heart is beating very fast. My palms feel sweaty. I feel nauseated.” Try to keep your noticing these things as neutral as possible. 3 Take some deep breaths. When your body enters “fight or flight mode,” your sympathetic nervous system can seriously mess with your breathing. You may find it difficult to breathe when you’re stressed, but it’s important to focus on taking some long, even breaths. This will restore oxygen to your body and decrease lactate in your bloodstream, making you feel more calm and relaxed. You’ll probably notice that when you’re stressed or upset, your breathing seems to come from the very top of your chest, even your throat. Aim to breathe from your diaphragm instead. Place one hand on your lower abdomen just below your ribs and one on your chest. Inhale slowly through your nose. Aim to breathe in for a 4-count if you can. You should feel your belly expand along with your chest as you inhale: this is diaphragmatic breathing. Hold the breath for 1-2 seconds. Then, slowly exhale through your nose or mouth. Aim to exhale for a 4-count if you can. Repeat this process 6-10 times per minute for a few minutes. You may also find it helpful to recite a mantra while you breathe, or count your breaths to keep yourself from getting distracted. A mantra may be a syllable, such as "ohm," or it may be a phrase, such as "breathing into my body [while inhaling], breathing out release [while exhaling] 4 Try to relax your muscles. When you’re stressed, you may unconsciously tighten and tense your muscles, which can make you feel even more stressed and “wound up.” Using progressive muscle relaxation, or PMR, can help release that tension and get you feeling more calm and relaxed. PMR focuses on consciously tensing and then releasing muscles by groups. There are several free guided PMR routines online. Berkeley has a script you can follow along with. MIT has a free 11-minute audio guide to doing PMR. Find a quiet, comfortable place if you can. If this is not possible, you can still do some PMR techniques. Loosen tight clothing if possible. Sit comfortably or lie down (although lying down may relax you so much you fall asleep!). Breathe evenly as you do your PMR groups. Begin with the muscles in your face, as many people carry stress in their face, neck, and shoulder area. Start by opening your eyes as wide as they will go for 5 seconds, then release the tension. Squeeze your eyes shut tightly for 5 seconds, then release the tension. Give yourself 10 seconds to notice how these areas feel. Move to the next group. Purse your lips tightly for 5 seconds, then release. Smile as wide as you can for 5 seconds, then release. Again, let yourself enjoy the sensation of relaxation for
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Saravanan(Prithviraj) is an assistant director who feels he has written a script that only he, as a director, can do justice to. Kanniah (Prakashraj), who has been looking for a break as an actor for even longer than Saravanan, becomes Saravanan's roommate. When Saravanan goes to Hyderabad, Kanniah copies Saravanan's script and pitches it a producer, under the condition that he has to play the hero in the film. Impressed by the script, the producer agrees to the condition. The movie turns Kanniah, now rechristened Dilipkanth, into a star. Saravanan does not give up and creates another story. However, he finds out that he can't make his film unless Dilipkanth plays the hero.
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- Channel: shortfilms
NOTICE HERE IN CASE THIS GETS REUPLOADED ONTO BOT CHANNEL REUPLOADS. Please don't drop the soap - CNArchive] The complete set of CN ... Time for a nostalgia acid trip folks! 2003 Toonami & many other action shows that aired throughout that year was the fullest peak imo. I loved the Old English ... Weasel compares Cartoon Network cartoons to old cartoons. Cartoon Cartoons: They ain't yo' mama's cartoons. Credit goes to Tromboybk! (Watch in 720p for 60 FPS!) Surprise! Bit different from the usual stuff, but I took the opportunity to break out a VCR and record some of my old tapes! Everything ... Showing you some demo gameplays from Cartoon Network Racing when you wait long enough at the title screen. This is only like 5% of what Summer 2003 Cartoon Network offered compared to the other 95% out there that happened. Remember how epic the variety was ... If you have tapes of Cartoon Network from 1992-2005 you'd be willing to rip and share with us, feel free to send me a message and we can negotiate on ... Even though I'm very late on this video, I still really wanted to create a video to reminisce the golden memories of our beloved Kids WB. Especially for those who ... Batman The Animated Series had its original run on FOX Kids from 1992-1995. Then it's spin-off the New Batman Adventures on Kids WB from 1997-1999. A commercial for Cartoon Cartoon Fridays that aired during the summer of 2002. Gotta love the old days! My first major video in a year, wow.. I once considered Cartoon Network as my favorite channel. Nowadays, it's just another channel that I mainly watch for ... You get the routine. The first set of bumpers is lower pitched than the original, and the second set of bumpers is higher pitched than the original. Enjoy! I was getting a lot of requests for this one. So here it is. Here's some bumpers and promos by Doug Preis, the final voiceover of Cartoon Network's Powerhouse ... TM & © 2004-2015 Cartoon Network. A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved. The Cartoon Network is a part of the Turner Broadcasting System. Now for those who might not remember, SVES was a Saturday night through midnight action block that aired Cartoon Network from March 2003 until April 2004 ... Well it's been awhile, back with another video, and this time we have some classic Cartoon Network bumpers and promos for Looney Tunes! Enjoy! So here's how this is gonna work. You will see powerhouse bumpers that will consist of "coming up next", "we'l Classic Cartoon Network Doug Preis Complication Classic Cartoon Network Doug Preis Complication
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I have seen many films, some good, some bad, some mind-boggling in their awfulness. I can safely say though that no film has ever been delivered to me in a package that contained a condom, a pill bottle full of Tic-Tacs and an H&M bikini top. But when I received Dirty Grandpa , now on Blu-ray from Lionsgate, that little goodie bag came spilling out. Oh dear, I thought, gazing upon the strange pile of trinkets. This does not bode well. Dirty Grandpa is one of those films that makes one ask some age old questions, like “Why?” and “Did they read the script?” and “How much is Robert De Niro getting paid for this?” True, the latter question is one that many of us are asking nowadays, but there is still nothing quite so painful as watching the erstwhile star of Taxi Driver , Raging Bull , and The Godfather Part II once again lower his bar to such depths that he needn’t even raise his foot to step over it. De Niro is still a good actor when he wants to be, so I assume that he realized he did not even need to try with Dirty Grandpa . The plot, such as it is, involves nice, boring guy Jason (Zac Efron, doing his damnedest, bless his heart) taking his elderly grandfather (De Niro) down to Florida, following the funeral of his beloved grandmother. But now Grandpa just wants to get his freak on, and so forces a detour to Daytona Beach to party it up during Spring Break and find some nubile young lady to make him feel young, just one last time. Jason, meanwhile, gets to liven up a bit, discover his inner bad boy, do some drugs, chase some girls, learn some lessons about family and…you know what? I don’t care. I don’t care because Dirty Grandpa doesn’t care – not about its characters, and certainly not about its viewers. While bad taste comedy can be an art in itself, Dirty Grandpa fails to land any of its jokes, despite peppering the script with disgusting non sequiturs, scatological details, swear words and more than a few un-PC comments about gay people, women, African-Americans, WASPs, Jews, pedophiles, stoners and frat boys. There are funny moments, one of them being a naked Zac Efron doing the Macarena, but those sight gags do not make for a particularly amusing film. A major running gag is De Niro trying to jam his thumb up Zac Efron’s ass. Hilarious, right? This Blu-Ray release is the “Unrated” version of the film, which presumably means that the theatrical release had a slightly shorter runtime – a great mercy on those who went to the theater. Most of the scenes with bits added are fairly self-evident, though it might have helped (for those with an abiding interest in this film) to provide info on where the extended scenes come in and what lines were cut (or not) for the theatrical release. The purpose behind most Blu-rays is to either present the film in all its 1080p Hi-Def glory, or to provide some interesting features that will justify the extra cash, or both. Comedies like Dirty Grandpa don’t really need the high definition, though it looks and sounds perfectly fine. And for those who actually enjoy the film, the Special Features come thick and fast. There’s a filmmakers’ commentary, which gives some insight into why director Dan Mazer (a man who acted as a producer on Sacha Baron-Cohen’s Borat , Bruno, and directed episodes of Da Ali G Show ) thought it was a good idea to make this film. Bizarrely, the commentary actually made me like the movie even more, as the filmmakers evidently took it more seriously than what appears onscreen. Other features include a surprisingly in-depth making-of featurette, “Lessons in Seduction” from Aubrey Plaza character Lenore, and a short faux “reality series” audition “Daytona Heat,” featuring two of the more entertaining secondary characters in the film. These little snippets manage to make Dirty Grandpa look more interesting than it actually is while also hammering home the fact that there are good comedians hiding in the shadows of this wretched film. Truth be told, I find it hard to even summon contempt for Dirty Grandpa . It’s far too lazy to be contemptible and too boring to be offensive. As it moves from one predictable joke to the next, it even begins to recognize how meaningless it has become. Like an aging frat boy who suddenly undergoes an existential crisis in the middle of a beer bong, it takes a step back, wondering what it has done with its runtime. Has it really wasted the best minutes of its life on masturbation jokes and boob shots? Can it ever get those minutes back? No, it can’t – and, unfortunately, neither can we.
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The arguments against lottery reform have fallen one by one in recent years, and the obvious opponents to a plan are in different positions. Now's the time to kill the most perverse incentives in sports. Much good will come from the Philadelphia 76ers winning the 2016 NBA Draft Lottery. Fans who have persevered through the past three seasons of something-vaguely-akin-to-basketballÂ deserve hope and excitement . Brett Brown deserves a player who can actually score from outside of 10 feet or pass the ball. Sam Hinkie, even in exile, can feel like he brought some success to the franchise by creating a fruitful path forward. Plus, we the neutral observers can all have a good time laughing our tails off when the inevitable leak about Bryan Colangelo seriously considering Dragan Bender with the No. 1 pick churns out. (He's not taking anyone but Ben Simmons or Brandon Ingram. The Bender speculation will still happen, because this is Bryan Colangelo. The world moves in certain rhythms.) But perhaps the best good that can come from the Sixers' victory is that the NBA can finally reform the lottery. The league office has been probing solutions since Hinkie's dastardly plan became clear. Hinkie built the worst team possible while stockpiling draft assets. Believing correctly that superstars fuel elite teams, and believe correctly that the draft was the best route for a non-glamour market without superstars to gain superstars in an asset-efficient manner, Hinkie went all in on the plan. He was too good! The Sixers were so intriguingly bad that no one could stop talking about them. Arguing about them. Railing about them. There was energy behind efforts to prevent other teams from following this path, even as Hinkie struggled to find stars in the lottery, even as the Sixers failed to win a single lottery. One proposal -- an idea that would have evened out the odds significantly among the worst teams and allowed more movement within the lottery -- was even given a thumbs-up by a majority of the Board of Governors before the 2014-15 season. Unfortunately, it needed a super-majority andÂ fell short thanks to a lobbying effort led by ... the Sixers. As Zach Lowe reported at the time , small-market teams were also concerned about how making the lottery more volatile would impact their own ability to rebuild. The opposition to such a plan -- one that is sound on paper -- should be breaking up. By my count, there isn't a single team in obvious position to tank in 2016-17. The Colangelos' Sixers will certainly try to add real live NBA-level talent in free agency and via trade. The Lakers, who fortuitously landed the No. 2 pick, will draft a high-potential stud to team up with D'Angelo Russell and Julius Randle. L.A. has never seemed totally comfortable with using this low road to a return to relevance, and as soon as Mitch Kupchak can spring the Lakers back into the land of the living, he will. Some of the smallest-market teams like Oklahoma City, Portland and Memphis might still oppose lottery reform no matter what form it takes. Then again, the Grizzlies might soon be in position to benefit from the specific type of reform the NBA had pitched, and it's hard to imagine Portland or OKC bottoming out completely in the course of the current GMs' expected tenures. The main arguments against lottery reform are becoming less viable. A common frame for arguing against reform is to downplay the awesome impact of winning the lottery. After all, the only team in decades to win a title with a player they drafted No. 1 overall is the Spurs. That's a binary result -- titles or nothing -- that obscures the impact No. 1 overall picks have on teams' revivals -- look at LeBron James in Cleveland, Dwight Howard in Orlando, Allen Iverson in Philly, John Wall in Washington and Anthony Davis in New Orleans. It also ignores that the lottery also decides the Nos. 2 and 3 picks, where players like Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony have made huge impacts on their franchises without delivering titles. Some argue that the lottery isn't broken because the worst team in the league so infrequently wins it. The worst team in the league has won the lottery two straight times now. More importantly, the worst team in the league has overwhelming odds to land a top-3 pick and can fall no lower than No. 4. Expanding the set of picks decided by drawing would hurt those odds significantly and make being the absolute worst team less attractive. The proposed lottery reform plan from 2014 does that. Some argue that drafting is pure skill, and that you can find better players lower anyway. Check out those Warriors, after all. That's fine -- drafting is an art, and plenty of teams have done extraordinary work without a No. 1 overall pick. But consider years like 2012, when Davis came out, or 2015, when Karl-Anthony Towns changed the course of the Timberwolves' future. Transformational talents do arrive on occasion, and in deciding who has the opportunity...
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Download ik mulaqat movie name Sonali Cable, JUBIN NAUTIYAL Ek Mulaqat ho, Sonali Cable, Jubin Nautiyal , 2014 (Jubin Nautiyal Begins) Ek mulaqat ho, tu mere paas ho (Instrumental Break) Ek mulaqat ho, tu mere paas ho Jeene ki wajah tum bano, tum bano Ban ke tu rahbar, mujhko mila hai Tu mil gaya main muqammal huya Ek mulaqat zaroori, hai zaroori, jeene ke liye Haan mulaqat zaroori, hai zaroori, zindagi ke liye (Instrumental Break) Main tujhe choom loon, chahat si hoti hai Paas tu jo rahe, rahat si hoti hai Main tujhe choom loon, chahat si hoti hai Paas tu jo rahe, rahat si hoti hai Chal pyaar ki nayi shuruaat ho Kuch na kahe par, saari baat ho Ban ke tu rahbar, mujhko mila hai Tu mil gaya main muqammal huya Ek mulaqat zaroori, hai zaroori, jeene ke liye Haan mulaqat zaroori, hai zaroori, zindagi ke liye Sonali Cable is a 2014 Bollywood film directed by Charudutt Acharya and produced by Ramesh Sippy and Rohan Sippy. The script, penned by Acharya himself, was one of the eight scripts selected for Mumbai Mantra-Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab 2012, chosen through an evaluation process of submissions from around the world, including the United States and France. Newcomer, Rhea Chakraborty, has been roped in to play a pivotal role. Ali Fazal is paired opposite Rhea while Raghav Juyal makes his acting debut with this film. The film is slated to release on 17 October 2014.
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Video with lyrics available on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sywEUDgmAOo I may put lyrics on this one someday... MP3 download: http://www.mediafire.com/?gmx1omyzwwy MOEEEEE Taking a break from the Hetalia stuff. The chorus may be a bit powerful for this mix... But I think the rest works pretty well. :3 [ Original songs ] ● Vocals: "Dango Daikazoku" by Chata (anime: Clannad): tempo 100 → 120 BPM ● Instrumental: "Renai Circulation" by Hanazawa Kana (anime: Bakemonogatari): pitch +4
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London Underground "Honey Drops" 2010 Italy Psych Prog Rock Line-up / Musicians -Gianluca Gerlini / Hammond C3, piano, wurlitzer, fender rhodes, mellotron -Alessandro Gimignani /drums -Fabio Baini /bass guests -Stefano Negri /sax -Riccardo Cavalieri /acoustic and electric guitars,violas -Sergio Taglioni /moog,mellotron and synful orchestra After very good "Through A Glass Darkly" and 7 years break, London Underground strikes back with new (3rd) album and re-formed line-up. The only original member which left in the band is organist Gianluca Gerlini, who joined forces with Alessandro Gimignani (drums) & Fabio Baini (bass). As much as I liked previous rhythm section of Stefano Gabbani (also vocals) & Daniele Caputo (both from very impressive formation called Standarte), I still have to say that I love new sound of London Underground: instrumental only psychy/jazzy/proggy organ-driven power trio. "Honey Drops" is a really entertaining release filled with highly energetic new versions of some well known & totally obscure rock classics from 60' and 70' + few original compositions of the band. It's also worth noticing that despite being Hammond-drenched prog trio, London Underground doesn't sound like ELP or Triumvirat at all. They music is much more rooted in 60' & early 70' psychedelic rock, jazz, blues, rhythm&blues and early progressive rock. "Queen St. Gang" - perfect cover of instrumental originally released by famous pre-Egg band called Arzachel. Overall very faithful to the original, only addition of some background synch-orchestra (arranged by Sergio Taglioni) makes a slight difference. But I don't mind that it's so similar to original, 'cause I'm always glad to hear this track which is a pinnacle of British psychedelia for me. But I have to admit that Gianluca Gerlini wasn't able to recreate the same schizophrenic, high-pitched organ sound which only Dave Stewart knows how to play..........by ozzy tom
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http://goodnews.ws/ "Birthday" is a Lennon/McCartney song performed by The Beatles on their double album The Beatles (commonly known as The White Album). It is the opening track on the third side of the LP (or the second disc in CD versions of the record). The song is an example of the Beatles' return to more traditional rock and roll form, although their music had increased in complexity and it had developed more of its own characteristic style by this point. McCartney and Ringo Starr performed it for Starr's 70th birthday on July 7, 2010. The song was largely written during a recording session at Abbey Road Studios on 18 September 1968 by Paul McCartney. When Lennon came in, the main riff and most of the lyrics had been written, and the two finished it from there.During the session, the Beatles and the recording crew made a short trip around the corner to McCartney's house to watch the 1956 rock & roll movie The Girl Can't Help It which was being shown for the first time on British television. After the movie they returned to record "Birthday".George Martin was away so his assistant Chris Thomas produced the session. His memory is that the song was mostly Paul's: "Paul was the first one in, and he was playing the birthday riff. Eventually the others arrived, by which time Paul had literally written the song, right there in the studio." Everyone in the studio sang in the chorus and it was 5 am by the time the final mono mix was completed.John Lennon said in his Playboy interview in 1980: "'Birthday' was written in the studio. Just made up on the spot. I think Paul wanted to write a song like 'Happy Birthday Baby' ( [sic], Happy, Happy Birthday Baby), the old fifties hit. But it was sort of made up in the studio. It was a piece of garbage.""Birthday" begins with an intro drum fill, then moves directly into a blues progression in A (in the form of a guitar riff doubled by the bass) with McCartney singing at the top of his chest voice with Lennon on a lower harmony. After this section, a drum break lasting eight measures brings the song into the middle section, which rests entirely on the dominant. A repeat of the blues progression/guitar riff instrumental section, augmented by piano brings the song into a bridge before returning to a repeat of the first vocal section. The song is among McCartney's most intense vocal performances given the range in which he sings during the blues run. This song is the one of two tracks on The Beatles in which Lennon and McCartney share lead vocal duties together, the other being Cry Baby Cry where Lennon sings the majority and McCartney sings the coda. Happy Birthday To You - The Beatles song WWW.GOODNEWS.WS http://goodnews.ws/
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Like an actor's script, a sheet of music instructs a musician on what to play (the pitch) and when to play it (the rhythm). Sheet music may look complicated, but once you've gotten the hang of a few simple elements like notes, bars and clefs, you're ready to rock. Tim Hansen hits the instrumental basics you need to read music. For more information you can Visit : https://goo.gl/F3BkDT
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https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/acrassicauda/acrassicaudas-official-first-full-length-album http://www.KrankTV.com - Acrassicauda - Kickstarter Pitch for FIRST Full-Length! - Like this video? Come see thousands more at the Net's largest, uncensored, completely d.i.y. music video site, KrankTV.com! We've got News, Games, Contests and the stuff that we can't show on YouTube! Free! Uncensored! Retarded! KrankTV.com! *** Kickstarter Pitch for Acrassicauda's FIRST Full-Length! - A BlankTV Feature! Artist city, country: Iraq Artist Biography: Iraq metal pioneers Acrassicauda, now fourteen years strong, are launching their new Kickstarter campaign to rally support for recording, mixing and mastering of their first official full length album. The new album takes the band's signature thrash and doom metal into new territory, digging into their Middle Eastern roots. Allies and fans can get music, merch, DVDs, and personalized rewards to take part in the campaign. Breaking away from the old adage of politics, exile, war, death and destruction, Acrassicauda's new take on things brings a breath of fresh air into the lives of the band members and allows them to break away from the past traumas and uncertainties of war torn Iraq. The new album pays homage to the ancient Mesopotamian civilization using the Epic of Gilgamesh, an ancient poem written in the Acadian language in the 3rd millennium BC, originally inscribed on 12 tablets in cuneiform script. Delving into themes of exotic journeys, life and death, love, the divine, success and failure, the Epic of Gilgamesh has much in common with the experiences of the band —it is a humble yet honest comparison. The LP is an ode to the modern Iraq, a home from which they are exiled today. "The whole album's concept is about journeys, life and death, love, the divine, success and failure, and the eternal struggle for immortality. Acrassicauda immortalizes the legacy of this character and his struggles through music, thousands of years later..." - Marwan Hussein Director Name: Director Link: https://www.facebook.com/acrassicauda/ http://www.myspace.com/wwwacrassicaudas5com https://twitter.com/acrassicaudamerch.acrassicauda.com *** Check out the BlankTV official website: http://BlankTV.com Check out the new merch! http://blanktv.bigcartel.com/ Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/blanktv Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BlankTV Upvote us on Reddit: http://reddit.com/BlankTV
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eternal_Sunshine_of_the_Spotless_Mind_(soundtrack) Released March 16, 2004 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dil_Tujhko_Diya Dil Tujhko Diya is a 1987 Indian Bollywood film directed and produced by Rakesh Kumar. It stars Kumar Gaurav and Rati Agnihotri in pivotal roles. Kumar Gaurav...Vijay 'Chhotu' 'Munna' Sahni Rati Agnihotri...Rati Mala Sinha...Savitri Parikshat Sahni...Ajay Sahni Aruna Irani...Mary / Meera V. Sahni Suresh Oberoi...Ashok A. Sahni Amrish Puri...Mohla Sharat Saxena...Advocate Heera Asit Sen...Teachers' Day Speaker Leela Chitnis...Mrs. Sahni Gurbachchan Singh...Mahesh Piloo J. Wadia...Angry Teacher Asit Sen...Teachers' Day Speaker Pinchoo Kapoor...Girdharilal The music is composed by Rajesh Roshan. Lata Mangeshkar, who sang the song "Wada Na Tod" had first rejected the song after listening the lines as "Meri Chadti Jawaani Tadpe".Incidentally the same song was later featured in the soundtrack of the 2004 film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. http://www.livehindustan.com/news/entertainment/entertainmentnews/article1-lata-mangeshkar-28-28-216620.html http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0385655/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Brion Jon Brion (born December 11, 1963) is an American rock and pop multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, composer and record producer. He dated comedic actress Mary Lynn Rajskub for five years until they broke up in the fall of 2002. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Lynn_Rajskub Jon Brion provided much of the music for the film. Although only one track ("Strings That Tie to You") features his singing (similar to the soundtrack for Punch-Drunk Love), his next soundtrack (for I ♥ Huckabees) would feature seven vocal songs. The garage rock band The Willowz contributed two songs to the soundtrack, and would later contribute songs to director Michel Gondry's next film The Science of Sleep. "Mr. Blue Sky" isn't featured in the film, but plays in the theatrical trailer and most advertising spots for the film. Three filmi songs from old Hindi movies can be heard playing in the background (when Clementine invites Joel to her apartment for a drink). These are "Mera Man Tera Pyasa" (My mind yearns for you) from the movie Gambler (1971) performed by Mohammed Rafi, "Tere Sang Pyar Main" from the movie Nagin (1976) performed by Lata Mangeshkar, and "Wada Na Tod" (Break not the promise) also by Lata Mangeshkar from the movie Dil Tujhko Diya (Gave my heart to you, 1987). All three songs are listed in the original soundtrack credits. Several albums were mentioned in the shooting script and appeared in the final cut of the film. Among these are Brian Eno's Music for Airports (1978), the instrumental version by Bang on a Can (1998), Björk's Homogenic (1997) and Tom Waits's Rain Dogs (1985). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gambler_(film) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagin_(1976_film)
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Råg I Ryggen "Råg I Ryggen" 1975 Swedish Heavy Prog,of the highest order. Wow, where the hell did Record Heaven find this long lost gem? From the Swedish archives comes Rag I Ryggen, who released this lone album back in 1975. The band did a fair amount of touring in their native country before ultimately calling it quits in 1977. While you can say the band was sure enough influenced by Uriah Heep (the high pitched vocals, raging Hammond organ, and blistering guitar work are very Heep like), you can also hear some Deep Purple, Kaipa, as well as Italian prog influences like PFM, Alphataurus, and Il Balletto Di Bronzo in their sound. The dual guitars of Bjorn Nystrom and Jan Aggemyr contain plenty of fuzz, and Christer Sjoborg's keyboard arsenal (Hammond, Moog, Mellotron) delivers plenty of vintage sounds. Vocals on a few tunes are in English, but most are sung in Swedish by vocalist Jonas Warnerbring, who sounds remarkably like David Byron. Where to start? Well, the intricate instrumental "Spangaforsens brus" allows for the two guitar players to weave complex lines with Sjoborg's organ & synth, while drummer Peter Sandberg lays down some acrobatic rhythms. "You Know It Ain't Easy" is a Heep influenced heavy rocker, right down to the "Gypsy" sounding power chords, and the opening number "Det kan val inte vara farligt" is a great mix of Swedish and Italian styled prog with heavy rock. On "Naked Man" the band really gets into a groove and churns out some crunchy riffs, wah-wah guitars, strutting vocals, and stabbing flute, while "Jan Banan" is a psychedelic heavy rocker with great organ & synth work, as well as dual harmony guitar leads. Sjorborg's Hammond is the star of "Queen of Darkness", a somber and moody number that sees the keyboard player digging deep and doing his best Ken Hensley impression. The closing track "Sanningsserum" is a mind-numbing hard rocker again reminiscent of Uriah Heep, punctuated by powerhouse guitar work, kick ass Hammond, and speedy Moog. The bonus live cuts are of pretty poor quality, but are included here so you can check out what a powerful live unit Rag I Ryggen were. While the overall sound quality on the entire CD is not great (there's even some dropout in spots, especially on the last few tracks), there's no denying what a find this is. Fans of Uriah Heep, Tyburn Tall, Zarathustra, or the many other Hammond/guitar bands that were around in the 70's should eat this up.