- Published: 2011-02-08T21:20:51+00:00
- Duration: 179
- By ian compton
It's a new Weak in NV and CA. I got to spend some fun times shooting with Outdoor Technology with K.C. Deane and Scott Niklkel in the wonderful Reno. After a few days in the city we got to ski some amazing spring weather in Boreal and Northstar! Enjoy friends, and make sure to take a gander at:
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Weak Seam #2 - The 13 Channel
The channel between the outside centre (13) and winger is a notoriously difficult "seam" to defend. Often defenders are caught in two minds on who to mark when attacking sides run angles, decoys and positional changes as part of a set play.
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This video begins with a clip from the Vessels of Victory singing, "He Brought M" by Dorinda Clark. Pastor Singleton then takes his text from Romans 15. In this message Pastor Singleton uses a green lantern ring and a clip from the "Green Lantern" movie to demonstrate that we have to be tapped in to our power source, God. He also uses a skit to demonstrate how life treats us and that the strong must reach out their hand to help people in life.
- Published: 2011-04-07T12:16:08+00:00
- Duration: 202
- By Alicia7777777
The second version / Russian painter George Dmitriev - Seascapes - Morph Animation
Was born in 1957
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00:30 - Wave on a Sunset (2005)
00:35 - Thunder-Storm above Sea (2005)
00:40 - Through Clouds #2 (2005)
00:45 - Moon and Waves #1 (2004)
00:50 - Among Waves (2009)
00:55 - The Moon and Blue Waves (2007)
01:00 - Blue Waves (2007)
01:05 - Element (2010)
01:10 - Weak Storm (2006)
01:15 - Waves at Rocks (2008)
01:20 - Weak Storm #1 (2005)
01:25 - The Moon and Waves (2007)
01:30 - Moon and Sea (2005)
01:35 - Moonlit Night on Sea #1 (2009)
01:40 - Moonlit Night on Sea #2 (2009)
01:45 - The Moon above the Sea (2003)
01:50 - Moon and Sea (2010)
01:54 - Sea and Sun (2011)
02:00 - Rough Sea in Lunar Night (2008)
02:05 - Moon and Waves #3 (2004)
02:10 - Night Motive (2009)
02:15 - Pink Morning (2009)
02:21 - Sun and Sea #2 (2006)
02:26 - Wave on a Sunset (2005)
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02:36 - Through Clouds #2 (2005)
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Frothing Grommets Productions presents Jarrett Smith and Matt Hundhammer's "Weak in the Knees" edit, showcasing some fun shots of the boy's 2012-13 season spent working for Alta Ski Lifts and living amidst the snowy peaks and ridges of Little Cottonwood Canyon. In March, both Jarrett and Matt tore their ACLs within a week of each other, ending the duos season and shooting their spring and summer plans. Nevertheless, the grommets have been hard at work doing physical therapy and plan on returning to the Wasatch next season to praise Jah Üllr and enjoy some more tasty lines.
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The Highcountry... It's truly one of the last the places on earth that is uninhabited by man. The dramatic weather changes and uncertainty of what lies ahead is not for the weak of heart.
Dropped of by horseback the two men will be relying on thier sponsors gear to hunt, hike, camp, and manouver themselves miles out of the rugged Montana high country five days later. Jason will host all 13 episodes from this remote backcountry location while at the same time hunting for spring black bear.
This is Into High Country with Jason Matzinger!!
- Published: 2014-09-16T01:42:44+00:00
- Duration: 338
- By Josh Randich
13-14 season was a low snow year for alaska. Heavy alder fields kept skiers from vast terrian. A persistent weak layer riddled the snow pack for most the season. But winter is always fun
- Published: 2013-01-25T04:37:53+00:00
- Duration: Unknown
- By Eisa Jocson
'Macho Dancer' work in progress showing at Working Title Platform #05 workspacebrussels, Beursschouwburg, Dec 13 and 15, 2012.
Macho dancing, as opposed to the Western male stripping, is a phenomenon that is unique to the Philippines. Eisa Jocson appropriates this economically-motivated language of seduction, using nuanced notions of masculinity as body capital.
The macho dancer through his practice is pushed into a marginal, weak position in society. However the image that a macho dancer simulates is that of a strong male.
The woman performing a macho dance assimilates that role of a strong male, and with transgressing gender, the performer also seems to change her social status. Nevertheless, since she engages in that marginal practice that is macho dance she remains vulnerable, weak, just like the social status of an objectified woman. The performance thus generates a “gender loop” in which performer and audience are entangled
Concept, Choreography and Performance: Eisa Jocson
Coach: Rasa Alksnyte
Dramaturgical advice: Arco Renz
Co-production: Workspacebrussels, Beursschouwburg
Residency and support: Workspacebrussels, Beursschouwburg, Wpzimmer
Cinematography: Hans Bruch
- Published: 2013-01-12T06:26:23+00:00
- Duration: 366
- By Apollo Poe
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She wakes up and then starts her day
To a 9 to 5 job trying to get some pay
And even though, she has so much to say
Life doesn’t seem to treat her the right way
Then she leaves work and picks up the kids
Comes home and ends up cleaning the whole crib
The man in her life doesn’t know how to treat her
Creeping around on the low, he cheats her
Of honesty, so I wonder how he keeps her
Especially considering, that every night he beats her
Verbal abuse, now this girl can’t choose
Her world views, are skewed, what is the use
Of hoping and dreaming for a better life
Cause society told her she should be a better wife
And even though, she succumbs to the violence
Living in fear, her voice becomes silenced
OH, Ladies, Oh-no my ladies
Without your love, this world would go crazy
Through the years, we’ve been calling you baby
When we should’ve called you Queens
Maybe, it’s the conditioning of how we speak
But I now understand it’s okay to be weak
Take this as a message on behalf of all men
We will find the balance again.....
Now I”ll admit, it’s an easy thing for me to preach about it
It’s a whole nother' thing to actually be about it
I look at my past and how I treated women
Just a young boy lacking wisdom - huh
But I’m not pretending that I am perfect in any way
I’ve made mistakes, ego and lust have filled my days
Weak men, they just prey on weak women
So they feel powerful and don’t see the week in them
Using relationships to feel control
Of your insecurities, and the need to hold
On , to everything, in the physical
You can’t put conditions on love and then call it unconditional
The truth is, that maybe we both are the victims
Of a flawed misbalanced dogmatic system
I surrender to you, that, I will promise.
Nurture me back into life my Goddess
I got you, please just trust I’ll protect
No more neglect, just love and respect
For 1000’s of years, men held you down
Diminished your power, took away your crown
And used their religion as a way to control you
Scold you, and show you, that they’re the ones that owned you
Used you, abused you, but now I choose to
Apologize for everything we did to you
We will make it right as we go into the future
My heart’s no longer frozen, I make love to Medusa
The body of a Shakti, shocks my chakras calmly
I could hear your music when I listen to your heartbeat
I could see your spirit when I look into your eyes
And this love thing, must’ve caught me by surprise
In the past, they would try to say “be a man”
When they really should’ve said, Love the best that you can
Cause a man’s power comes in his vulnerability
Not his strength physically, but his love spiritually
It’s not about the feminist. It’s not about the hedonist
It’s about honoring the yin-yang, as an equalist
It takes two wings for an eagle to fly
When the ground starts shaking, we should keep to the sky
Fathers, please love your daughters
Cause daughters turn to lovers, lovers turn to mothers
Mothers of sons who say...
- Published: 2013-02-11T07:45:31+00:00
- Duration: 3754
- By Max75
01 - Different Worlds by Asia
02 - Dreaming of you by Celine Dion
03 - Crazy for you by Madonna
04 - You're a woman by Bad Boys blue
05 - Take good care of you and me by Dionne Warwick&Jeffrey Osborne
06 - Candle in the wind by Elton John
07 - Love kills by Freddie Mercury
08 - Love takes time by Mariah Carey
09 - Talkin about a revolution by Tracy Chapman
10 - Ready to take a chance again by Barry Manilow
11 - Let's talk about love by Modern Talking
12 - Weak in the Presence of Beauty by Alison Moyet
13 - Into the night by Benny Mardones
14 - Josephine by Chris Rea
15 - If Ever You're In My Arms Again by Peabo Bryson
16 - When Your Heart Is Weak by Cock Robin
- Published: 2012-06-19T19:13:53+00:00
- Duration: 254
- By Tommy Almond
Another epic season of shredding in the Gnarlberg! Thanks to everyone who made it so much fun. The pow in December and January was insane. And how about those pow days in April!? Sorry for the lack of quality park footage and weak editing, but hey, I still had a blast! Bring on winter 2012/13, one love y'all!
Study 6 of 13 on Christ and His Law
Scriptural Basis: Acts 13:38, 39; Rom. 4:15; 7:1–13; 8:5–8; Gal. 3:10.
Key Text: “In the same way, my friends, you have died to the law through the body of Christ, so that you may belong to another, to him who has been raised from the dead in order that we may bear fruit for God” (Rom. 7:4, NRSV).
1. Why couldn’t God have abolished His laws and taken away the penalties for its violation when man sinned?
2. If the law was done away with on the cross, why would we have no right to feel offended when someone lies to us or steals from us?
3. In what way is the law “weak”? (Rom. 8:3).
4. What was the curse of the law that Christ redeemed us from? (Gal. 3:13).
5. How does the law help us define relationships?
6. Why would keeping the law, even through the power of the Holy Spirit, still not be enough to save you?
- Published: 2011-07-08T11:24:28+00:00
- Duration: 197
- By Matt Brass
We spent a few days camping over in the Cataloochee valley. Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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Cataloochee has an intriguing history. Here is a brief recount from Wiki:
Cataloochee consists of three narrow valleys running parallel to one another, and "walled in" by the high ridges of the Balsam Mountains. To the northwest is Sterling Ridge and to the southeast is Cataloochee Divide, both of which rise above 5,000 feet for considerable stretches. To the southwest is the 6,155-foot Big Cataloochee Mountain along the Balsam crest, which runs perpendicular to Sterling Ridge and Cataloochee Divide. Two lower ridges, Noland Mountain and Big Fork Ridge, run parallel between Sterling and the Divide, and split Cataloochee into the three valleys.
The northernmost of Cataloochee's three valleys is Little Cataloochee, which is situated along a stream of the same name between Sterling Ridge and Noland Mountain. Across Noland Mountain to the south is Big Cataloochee, the middle of the three valleys, which consists of fertile bottomland along Cataloochee Creek. The southernmost of the three valleys is Caldwell Fork, which is situated between Fork Ridge and the Cataloochee Divide. All three valleys lay along streams that are part of the Pigeon River watershed.
Historical marker recalling the Cataloochee Trail at the intersection of Jonathan Creek Rd. and Cove Creek Rd. near Maggie Valley
The name "Cataloochee" is derived from the Cherokee term Gadalutsi, which means "fringe standing erect." The name probably referred to the tall rows of trees along the ridges surrounding the valley. The Cherokee used the valley primarily as a hunting ground. Early settlers recalled at least one Cherokee hunting camp in the vicinity of Little Cataloochee Creek.
The Cataloochee Trail, which stretched from the Cove Creek area to what is now Cosby, Tennessee, connected the Cherokee Middlesettlements with the Overhill towns. The modern Cove Creek Road closely parallels this trail. By the time the first European explorers and traders arrived, the trail had been worn a foot deep in some places. Bishop Francis Asbury used it to cross the mountains into Tennessee in 1810.
The Cherokee gave up their claims to Cataloochee when they signed the Treaty of Holston in 1791. Nevertheless, they continued to hunt and fish in the valley throughout the 19th century. Hattie Caldwell Davis, a descendant of Cataloochee's first Euro-American settlers, recalled that her ancestors spoke "fluent Cherokee," and were always on friendly terms with the natives. Davis' great-grandfather, Levi, is believed to have provided aide to Cherokees hiding in the forest during the Trail of Tears period.
Cook Cabin in Little Cataloochee
Since the early 19th century, Euro-Americans were using the grassy balds along the ridges surrounding Cataloochee to free range livestock. Crude temporary herding camps were in place by 1814, when Henry Colwell made the first land purchase. In 1834, Henry's son, James Colwell (1797–1867) moved the family to Cataloochee. The spelling of "Colwell" was eventually changed to "Caldwell." The Caldwells were accompanied by the family of Young Bennett. Both families settled near the heart of Big Cataloochee, where their descendants would remain until the government forced them out in the 1930s.
George Palmer arrived in Cataloochee in 1838 and settled at the eastern end of Big Cataloochee. Family tradition recalls that Palmer had lost a fortune drinking and gambling in Waynesville and decided to move to Cataloochee to make a fresh start. Like the Caldwells, the Palmers would remain in the valley until the arrival of the national park. A notable late arrival in Big Cataloochee was Jonathan Woody (1812–1894), who arrived shortly after the Civil War.
Caldwell Fork was probably named after John Caldwell, a grandson of the original settlers. John settled near the modern junction of the Caldwell Fork Trail and Big Fork Ridge Trail (the original road from Waynesville to Cataloochee passed through here), and a small community grew up around him. Prominent early settlers along Caldwell Fork include Sol Sutton, Elijah Messer (1844–1936), and Jesse McGee.
In 1854, Jack Vess, a son-in-law of George Palmer, and Daniel Cook (1831–1908) became the first permanent settlers in Little Cataloochee, which is opposite Noland Mountain to the north of the main settlement. Cook's daughter Rachel married Will Messer (1870–1946), a son of Elijah. Will Messer would eventually become Cataloochee's wealthiest man. Other notable early settlers in Little Cataloochee included William Noland and his son-in-law, Evan Hannah (1802–1878).
 Pioneer life in Cataloochee
Hannah Cabin in Little Cataloochee, built in the mid-1800s
Along with the fertile bottomland in Cataloochee, the free ranging of livestock was the primary incentive that drew early settlers to the valley. The grassy balds were perfect summertime pastures for sheep and cattle, and hogs could roam and forage in the dense forests. Every year, Cataloochee's residents would drive their livestock and turkeys to markets in Waynesville or Charleston, South Carolina.
As game was plentiful in the valley, hunting and trapping provided supplemental income to Cataloochee's early residents. Furs were traded for powder, lead, salt, coffee, cloth, and indigo. A hunting camp was established where the Cataloochee Ranger Station now stands. In the late 19th century, George Palmer managed to get the state to place a bounty on wolves, which were consistently killing livestock in the valley.
Life on the Appalachian frontier was dangerous in a number of ways. While the early residents of Cataloochee were on friendly terms with the Cherokee, renegade Cherokee bands occasionally stole livestock. Wild animals such as bears and panthers often stalked the pioneers. Hattie Caldwell Davis wrote of an incident in the 1830s involving her great-grandmother, Mary Ann Caldwell, and Allie Bennett, both home alone one night cooking dinner while panthers roamed the valley:
...the panthers smelled the fresh pork cooking and they were hungry. They jumped on top of the log cabins scratching and tearing at the shingles. They were scratching and tearing at the chimney trying to tear away enough rocks to get down into the house. Each woman stayed in her own house and kept a big roaring fire in the fireplace to keep the panthers out.
By 1860, Cataloochee had a population of 160 and had been recognized as a township by the state of North Carolina. The Cataloochee Turnpike was completed in the early 1860s, following closely the old Cherokee trail. It was the first wagon road in the Smokies.
 The Civil War
The grave of Confederate veteran Dan Cook in Little Cataloochee
Unlike much of Southern Appalachia, Cataloochee was largely pro-Confederacy during the American Civil War. The sons of many prominent early settlers fought in the Confederate army, some of them losing their lives. The valley as a whole suffered extraordinary hardship as most able-bodied men left for the war effort, leaving many of the valley's fertile fields to grow fallow. Cataloochee was looted by raiders from both Union and Confederate forces, the former seeking Confederate sympathizers and the latter seeking draft dodgers.
Among the worst of the Union raiders was a band led by Colonel George W. Kirk (1837–1905), who terrorized numerous pro-Confederate settlements in Western North Carolina. One notable incident involved a makeshift hospital the residents of Cataloochee had set up for veterans returning from the war. While on an excursion in the valley, Kirk's Raiders found this hospital and killed or wounded 15 patients recovering within.
Cataloochee's remote location made it an attractive hideout for deserters and Union sympathizers, and Confederate raiders regularly made excursions into the valley to root them out. One legendary incident occurred following a raid by Confederate Captain Albert Teague in which Teague captured Union sympathizers George and Henry Grooms and Mitchell Caldwell. Teague marched the three to a remote point along Sterling Ridge, and ordered Henry Grooms to play a tune on his fiddle. Grooms chose "Bonaparte's Retreat." After he finished, the three were executed.
The end of the Civil War brought some relief, although many of the returning men were too weak to plant the year's crops. The Confederate currency that the remaining residents had saved was now worthless.
The arrival of the railroads gave the economy a small boost, and helped Western North Carolina recover from the war. When the first railroads were constructed in Western North Carolina in the 1870s, many of Cataloochee's residents had never seen a train. They sent Hiram Caldwell and Steve Woody out to Old Fort to observe the new trains and report back. Many refused to believe it when Caldwell and Woody told them they were unable to outrun the train on horseback.
The Beech Grove School, built in 1907
By 1900, the population of Cataloochee had grown to 764. The Cataloochee School was too small to handle the growing population, and in 1906 the township sent a delegation consisting of Hiram and George Caldwell and Steve Woody to Waynesville to demand a newer, larger school. Officials in Waynesville rejected them, however, claiming they didn't pay enough taxes. On the way home, the three drank a bottle of whiskey, and decided to burn down the schoolhouse. After removing the furniture, they set the building ablaze, and moved classes to the old Caldwell cabin. They then re-petitioned the government in Waynesville, claiming their school had burned down, and asked for a new one. Due to North Carolina's mandatory attendance laws, the government had no choice but to comply. Known as the Beech Grove School, the structure still stands today along Palmer Creek.
Apples were Cataloochee's main cash crop in the early 20th century, as the valley's relatively cool climate was perfect for apple trees. The foundation of a large communal applehouse built by Will Messer around 1910 can still be seen today near the Cook Cabin in Little Cataloochee. Messer's own applehouse is now on display at the Mountain Farm Museum in Oconaluftee.
By 1920, Cataloochee had two post office locations— one in Little Cataloochee known as Ola, after one of Will Messer's daughters, and another in Big Cataloochee known as Nellie, after one of George Palmer's daughters. These two locations still occasionally appear on topographical maps of the area.
In Caldwell Fork, George Lafayette Palmer's reclusive son, "Boogerman" Robert Palmer, had settled in the heavy forest north of Elijah Messer's farm. Legend has it that on Palmer's first day of school, the teacher asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up. Palmer replied "the Boogerman." Palmer was protective of his forest. He rejected all buy-out offers from lumber companies, and even barred his neighbors from cutting wood on his property. As a result, some of the tallest trees in the valley are found along the Boogerman Trail, which follows the old road connecting Big Cataloochee with the Caldwell Fork settlements.
In the early 20th century, moonshining was rampant throughout Southern Appalachia, and Cataloochee was no exception. Some experts estimate that 95% of households in Cataloochee made their own whiskey, although most of this was for personal use. Early settlers used whiskey as a remedy for various ailments and to help them work long hours during the summer. During Prohibition, some of Cataloochee's poorer residents and small farmers supplemented their income by selling moonshine, which was in high demand. The liquor was sold at Waynesville, and from there shipped as far away as New York City and Washington, D.C.
Cataloochee was largely spared the logging boom that deforested much of Southern Appalachia in the early 20th century, although Suncrest Lumber and Parsons Pulp and Lumber had purchased most of the surrounding ridgeline with intent to cut it. Many residents of Cataloochee found employment at logging camps at Hartford, Crestmont, and Big Creek, all located along the Pigeon River to the north, and Walnut Bottom, located on the other side of Sterling Ridge. The arrival of the national park movement in the 1920s put an end to large-scale logging operations in the northeastern Smokies before they reached the Cataloochee lowlands.
I. Why you need people to pray for you (vv.13-15)
Sick, weak or both?
Effect of the pray of faith
II. Why you should pray for people (vv.16-18)
A statement of fact
• How often do you ask for prayer in the course of your life, and for what?
• Are you consistently praying for other people? Why or why not?
• In what ways are you like Elijah, and how does that impact your faith?
- Published: 2016-09-28T16:40:54+00:00
- Duration: 98
- By OtterFilms
When adults are ineffectual, children have to grow up quickly. Ola is 14 and she takes care of her father, autistic brother and a mother who lives separately; but most of all she tries to reunite the family. She lives in the hope of bringing her mother back home. Her 13 year old brother Nikodem’s Holy Communion is a pretext for the family to meet up. Ola is entirely responsible for preparing the perfect family celebration. “Communion” reveals the beauty of the rejected, the strength of the weak and the need for change when change seems impossible. This crash course in growing up teaches us that no failure is final. Especially when love is in question.
written and directedy by Anna Zamecka
DoP: Małgorzata Szyłak
editors: Agnieszka Glińska, Anna Zamecka, Wojciech Janas
Anna Rok, Katarzyna Szczerba
sound design: Marcin Kasiński
post-production: DI Factory
producers: Anna Wydra, Anna Zamecka, Zuzanna Król, Izabela Łopuch, Hanka Kastelicova
production: HBO Europe, Wajda Studio, Otter Films;
film co-financed by Polish Film Institute; associate producer: MX35
world sales: CAT&Docs
Polish distributor: Aurora Films
trailer edited by Tomasz Gliński
- Published: 2016-12-04T15:54:17+00:00
- Duration: 3245
- By Valley Grove
11/27/16 Morning Worship
A Faith That Works: A Study of the Book of James
Prayer is for Weak People
James 5: 13-20
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Album: Isolate and Medicate (Deluxe Edition)
Genre: Rock, Music, Metal
Quality: 320 kbps
Size: 135 MB
1. See You At The Bottom
2. Same Damn Life
3. Words As Weapons
4. My Disaster
6. Suffer It All
7. Watch Me Drown
8. Nobody Praying For Me
9. Keep The Dogs At Bay
10. Save Today
11. Turn Around
12. Burn The World
13. Goodbye Tonight
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1. Justine Skye ft. Wizkid - - U Don't Know
2. Rihanna ft. Drake - Work
3. Krept & Konan - Freak of the weak
4. Florida - My house
5. Major Lazer ft. Justin bieber - Cold water
6. Florida - My House
7. Chris brown - Back to Sleep
8. Tory Lanez - Luv
9. Tory Lanez - Controlla
10. Tyga - 1 on 1
11. WSTRN - In2
12. WSTRN ft. Wretch 32, Chip ft. Geko - IN2 Remix
13. T.I. - Dope
14. Ed Sheeran - Shape of You
15. Zara Larsson - Lush Life
16. Justine Bieber Love Yourself
17. Maroon 5 - Don’t wanna know
18. Clean Bandit ft. Stylo G. - Come over
19. Mike Posner - I took a pill in Ibiza
20. Jeremih, Shefflon don ft. Krept & Konan - London
21. Clean Bandit, Anne Marie ft. Sean paul Rockabye
22. Drake ft. Wizkid ft. Kyla - One Dance
23. Stylo G. One Dance remix
24. Jedenna - Little bit more
25. Sean Paul ft. Dua lLipa - No Lie
26. Drake, Nicki minaj ft Lil wayne - Truffle butter
27. Fifth Harmony - Work from home
28. J. Balvin - Ginza
29. Shakira ft. Maluma - Chantaje
30. Cheat codes & Dante Klein - Let Me hold you (Turn me on)
31. DJ Polique ft. Mohambi - Turn me on
32. Bruno Mars -24 magic