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Blaine Fallis
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did the guitar player just come in late for this video shoot from his wedding gig?
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No mate hes right proper to play some kick ass music!
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I'm grateful for Sean Stephenson, an inspiration! Luv your stuff bro.
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lots of love from Houston coming your way. Heard "Blue" via Apple TV Best of 2013 Jazz while hanging w/ some friends because although they're classical musicians, they knew I'd appreciate the jazz. Great radio set, and your tune was one I made a note of amongst all that other fine jazz. Great stuff, and you happen to have some of my favorite musicians in the world together in this tribute to Joni, who by the way changed my life via Shadows and Light. I do greatly appreciate the story behind the music presented in this video. Thank you.
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hahahaa amazing technology :p

#funny   #technology   
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It's almost like a Google map of middle earth.
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good thoughts. The more I think about this the more I believe the "going to the ground rule" is a ruse when applied in this case. The ball was caught and 2 steps taken, before any going to the ground occurred. In that respect the play was over. (Also I felt it was more of a Kobe Bryant move as he switched hands and lunged. It was a bit of in-control quick thinking athletic brilliance.) I've also written that in some cases when something so great happens, our first thoughts as humans are saying "wow, did that just happen?!" It was that good.

That's why the coach and Bryant and most fans weren't even thinking "complete or incomplete" because that part was obvious. I've written a lot about this play on my facebook page, but essentially the play was overturned, based on the misapplication of that rule. And even if you want to summon the Calvin Johnson play of old, why would you? That play was also the most egregious bad call as well. You don't justify one bad call #Dez  by summoning another classic bad call.

But that didn't apply to this case. The ball was caught. To me it's like trying to apply common core mathematics to football, or IRS style forms and rules to apply to simple things like earning income.

Perhaps that's what's happening to the NFL. As a nation we've become so compliant to the burdens of filling out reams of forms that we have given up our own individual common sense. The NFL has rules! Well, ok, yes boss, like a Warcraft peon we go. Meanwhile 9x9 is still 81. I don't care what kind of forms you want me to fill out. The rule is there to be applied when it becomes unclear what happened. No one was unclear whether or not he caught the ball, so there's no need to try and paste on that rule later.
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Thanks for watching and thanks for that brilliant reply!
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When not acting like a quasi political activist, David Letterman still can exhibit such a beautiful gift as evidenced by this touching tribute. The funny part is that since Robin isn't here, Letterman is free to use 80% of the tribute for his own dialogue.  When RW  was on the show, Dave never had that much time to speak uninterrupted! 
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with the dancer guys standing in front of the banner, it makes the words: Shamon Subaronwich. (kinda like Michael Jackson going Shamon Shamon for C'mon C'mon. So y'all could stage an event with a local sub shop featuring the Subaronwich! Shamon! come in to look at some Subarus and get a free 1/2 Subaronwich. 
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Shaun Slip Flippin'  yeah
 
Shaun Flippin' White


#GoPro   #Snowboarding  
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hey Adam :)
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Owned by Derek Freeman, a friendly helpful guy who has been working with horses his whole life, and the staff is professional. They now have pro trainers Genna and Georgia Huffman. I love going to this ranch.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
My wife is Korean and I lived there for years, and can say that the food here is authentic and tasty. My wife likes the food here and I love the bi bim bop! My Indonesian friends like it too.
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