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This is a race to 5 8-ball match on a diamond 7′ table at the Remembering Salmon Pool Tournament, in the Corner Pocket, Pocatello Idaho, May 1st 2011. This match was recorded by Roadplayer Billiards bit.ly This video and other pool and billiards videos can be seen at Roadplayer Billiards Articles and News Section. bit.ly and Roadplayer Billiards Youtube channel. bit.ly Be sure to check out Roadplayer Billiards E-bay store. bit.ly
Here are a few video shots of the last day in High school back in 1992.
By 1946, Blanc appeared on over 15 radio programs in supporting roles. His success on The Jack Benny Program led to his own radio show, The Mel Blanc Show, which ran from September 3, 1946, to June 24, 1947. Blanc played himself as the hapless owner of a fix-it shop, as well as his young cousin Zookie (who sounded quite a bit like Porky Pig). Many episodes required Mel to impersonate an exotic foreigner or other stranger in town, ostensibly for carrying out a minor deception on his girlfriend’s father, but of course simply as a vehicle for him to show off his talents. Other regular characters were played by Mary Jane Croft, Joseph Kearns, Hans Conried, Alan Reed, Earle Ross, Jim Backus, Bea Benaderet and The Sportsmen Quartet, who would supply a song and sing the Colgate Tooth Powder commercials. (Blanc would later work with Reed and Benaderet on The Flintstones.) Shows usually adhered to a predictable formula, involving a date with his girl Betty Colby (Mary Jane Croft) and trying to either impress her father or at least avoid angering him. However, Mr. Colby (Joseph Kearns) usually had occasion to deliver his trademark line, “Mel Blanc, I’m going to break every bone in your body!” The show was the inspiration for the real Mel Blanc Fix-It Shop, a small hardware store in Venice, so his parents could have something to do. It garnered a lot of publicity, due to the long lines of people wanting to meet Blanc. Blanc appeared frequently on The Great Gildersleeve, uncredited …
Celebrated novelist Foer (Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, 2005, etc.) examines the ethics and practical realities of eating things with faces. The book is a surprising but characteristically brilliant memoir-investigation, boasting an exhaustively-argued account of one man’s decade-long struggle with vegetarianism. On the eve of becoming a father, Foer takes all the arguments for and against vegetarianism a neurotic step beyond and, to decide how to feed his coming baby, investigates everything from the intelligence level of our most popular meat providers-cattle, pigs, and poultry-to the specious self-justifications (his own included) for eating some meat products and not others. Foer offers a lighthearted counterpoint to his investigation in doting portraits of his loving grandmother, and her meat-and-potatoes comfort food, leaving him to wrestle with the comparative weight of food’s socio-cultural significance and its economic-moral-political meaning. Without pulling any punches-factory farming is given the full expose treatment as well. Foer combines an array of facts, astutely-written anecdotes, and his furious, inward-spinning energy to make a personal, highly entertaining take on an increasingly visible, moral question. (Review from Publishers Weekly)
Los Angeles changed rapidly after 1848, when California was transferred to the United States as a result of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo that ended the Mexican–American War. Much greater changes w… History of Los Angeles – Wiki Article – wikiplays.org Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: en.wikipedia.org Author: Minesweeper Image URL: en.wikipedia.org Licensed under:Creative Commons ASA 3.0, Licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License., GNU Free Documentation License, Creative Commons License Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: Bobak Image URL: en.wikipedia.org Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship., This work is in the Public Domain., This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: Bobak Image URL: en.wikipedia.org Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship., This work is in…
Underwater ROV video of Kokanee Salmon spawning in Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho
www.thestream.tv – Iliza Shlesinger gives you the hard hitting facts that hold you after. The Weakly News. Season 3. Episode 4. Co-Host Alexis Archer. Director Brian Gramo. Original live broadcast on February 1, 2011 on Justin.tv. Special Guest J. Chris Newberg. THIS WEEK: Egypt loses it’s shit; Egyptologists; Salmon Idaho, Chinese air force drill looks awfully similar to “Top Gun”; Snow storms cripple the country, except for California; Who Should Be Shot with Judge Roger Vinson vs. Barack Obama on Health Care; Nerd News on Japan’s Super Robot. Watch this classic of Chris’ last appearance: www.youtube.com theStream’s Homepage: www.thestream.tv Donate to the Show www.thestream.tv Follow us: www.thestream.tv www.thestream.tv www.thestream.tv Follow us on Twitter: Iliza Shlesinger – @Iliza Brian Gramo – @BrianGramo theStream.tv – @theStreamDotTV