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Can we see the alternative ending where she says "NO!"
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I like the first 5 minutes when he talks about opening the body to receive the ball. I always get my wingers to stand so they can see both the goals and my strikers too. I haven't seen one kid from 8's to 14's who can be really effective with their backs to goal. So teaching them to open up is one of the best coaching points you can teach!
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There's a reason why the US went to the moon and there's a very good reason why these Astronauts wouldn't tell you anything other than what NASA told them to say - or not to say. The world is run my very powerful people and NASA are just one piece of this power. Now from my understanding there was a moon landing, but we didn't see the real one because of something they didn't want the world to see. Research this and work it out. 
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Hey Neil, you're right about NASA and powerful people controlling the world from behind the scenes.  There was no moon landing however as the moon is not even densely physical.  It is a luminous flat disc, not spherical terra firma capable of landing some Masons on as NASA would have you believe.  On a clear night, during a waxing or waning cycle, it is even possible to occasionally see stars and planets directly through the surface of the Moon!
 
On March 7th, 1794, four astronomers (3 in Norwich, 1 in London) wrote in “The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Astronomical Society” that they “saw a star in the dark part of the moon, which had not then attained the first quadrature; and from the representations which are given the star must have appeared very far advanced upon the disc.”  Sir James South of the Royal Observatory in Kensington wrote in a letter to the Times newspaper April 7, 1848, that, "On the 15th of March, 1848, when the moon was seven and a half days old, I never saw her unillumined disc so beautifully.  On my first looking into the telescope a star of about the 7th magnitude was some minutes of a degree distant from the moon's dark limb.  I saw that its occultation by the moon was inevitable … The star, instead of disappearing the moment the moon's edge came in contact with it, apparently glided on the moon's dark face, as if it had been seen through a transparent moon; or, as if a star were between me and the moon … I have seen a similar apparent projection several times … The cause of this phenomenon is involved in impenetrable mystery."  In the monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society for June 8, 1860, Thomas Gaunt stated that the "Occultation of Jupiter by the moon, on the 24th of May, 1860,  was seen with an achromatic of 3.3 inches aperture, 50 inches focus; the immersion with a power of 50, and the emersion with a power of 70. At the immersion I could not see the dark limb of the moon until the planet appeared to touch it, and then only to the extent of the diameter of the planet; but what I was most struck with was the appearance on the moon as it passed over the planet. It appeared as though the planet was a dark object, and glided on to the moon instead of behind it; and the appearance continued until the planet was hid, when I suddenly lost the dark limb of the moon altogether.”  I have personally also seen stars through the edge of the waxing/waning Moon.  It actually happens fairly often; if you are diligent and specifically observing for the phenomenon on starry nights you can occasionally see it even with the naked eye.
 
“During a partial solar eclipse the sun's outline has many times been seen through the body of the moon. But those who have been taught to believe that the moon is a solid opaque sphere, are ever ready with ‘explanations,’ often of the most inconsistent character, rather than acknowledge the simple fact of semi-transparency.  Not only has this been proved by the visibility of the sun's outline through segments, and sometimes the very centre of the moon, but often, at new moon, the outline of the whole, and even the several shades of light on the opposite and illuminated part have been distinctly seen. In other words we are often able to see through the dark side of the moon's body to light on the other side.”  -Dr. Samuel Rowbotham, “Zetetic Astronomy, Earth Not a Globe!” (337)
 
“That the moon is not a perfectly opaque body, but a crystallized substance, is shown from the fact that when a few hours old or even at quarter we can through the unilluminated portion see the light shining on the other side.  Stars have also been observed through her surface!”  -J. Atkinson, “Earth Review Magazine”
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For those saying this is CGI, you need to do some research. Firstly you need to research dust devils, and secondly how this could possibly be done using CGI "without" a team of highly skilled CGI designers and their software. You can't do something like this by just using Adobe After Effects, that's for sure!
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It's amazing how much excitement a balloon can make ;-)
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Perhaps they should have called this "Let's stop the governments spending billions on fake wars, so we can feed the world!" Or is that a bit long and controversial. Perhaps just WAKE UP WORLD! would do?
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What we do know, is that this planet is being run by powerful psychopathic people, who own a large percentage of the worlds wealth. If there is good people within this group of people, or there is decent people within the military who want nothing but change, then who are we to say it wouldn't happen. Whether or not Drake and Neil are frauds, their information is thought provoking and has open the minds of thousands of people. At LEAST that's something good about this.  
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What's happened to him. Seems he can't handle the premiership. Being a UTD fan I wish he would hurry up and re-captcha what he once had!
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United mid doesn't feed him good balls. United has no build up.

Give him someone who feeds him good balls and he will score more often.
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"While the Viking Rover was running around.." - Well, unfortunately the Viking LANDER, didn't move? So she either got her wires crossed thinking of the Mars Exploration Rover, or she's full of shit?
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The interview was a `pool’ arrangement - to be shared by the three main broadcasters to save time and resources. So that's why he repeats himself
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Web & UI designer, tutorial writer and course editor.
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I have worked as a web designer for over four years in and around the Essex area and have worked with clients such as SKY Sports and The Sun.

After freelancing for just over a year, I was taken on by Tuts+ Premium - Envato  https://courses.tutsplus.com/ as a course editor. 
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Well....i have been a regular tutorial writer for the web designer magazine for over three years now and I also record design courses for Tuts+
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