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Saturday, November 20, 2010

W.A.S.P. - The Idol (with lyrics)



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rabbit in the moon belly dancer



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"Weird" Al Yankovic - Amish Paradise



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Adult Industry Medical newsmagazine story



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Super troopers - I fought the law



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Police Chief Art Acevedo - Dancing with the Austin Stars - Austin 2008



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Art Police


A short film written and edited by Tony LeTigre, starring Tony, Justin Rouse and Emie Otis, about a pair of "art police" officers who issue a citation to a young female artist in Portland, Oregon for making bad art. Hilarity, bloody tampons, regurgitated Hostess fruit pies and a severed finger ensue. Featuring an original soundtrack composed by The Broken Heads.
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Traffic Police History | eHow.com

Traffic Police History | eHow.com

raffic police have been around for as long as there's been traffic. Even in the horse-and-buggy days, roads became so crowded there was a decided need for law and order; police departments organized groups of officers whose sole responsibility was to maintain order on the highways and byways. The advent of the automobile intensified the need for traffic police; as technology improved and automated traffic signals came into play, traffic police officers spent less time making sure traffic kept moving and more time crafting and enforcing laws designed to prevent accidents---from making drivers wear seatbelts to cracking down on speeders and other reckless drivers.

    Early History

  1. The origins of modern traffic police can be traced to London, England, in the 1800s. Horse-drawn traffic became so congested that police took to busy intersections with whistles and a flurry of waving arms and hand signals. The problem was, they often couldn't be seen, particularly at night. To increase their visibility, they began carrying gas lights with colored lens. A green light meant go; a red light, stop.


Read more: Traffic Police History | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/about_5144086_traffic-police-history.html#ixzz15r7aj1cB



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Police Car challenge part 2 - Top Gear - BBC Autos



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Police Car challenge part 1 - Top Gear - BBC Autos



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Who Needs Marriage? A Changing Institution

Who Needs Marriage? A Changing Institution



Horacio Salinas for TIME

So when the firstborn son of that union, Britain's Prince William, set in motionthe wedding of this century by getting engaged to Catherine Middleton, he did things a little differently. He picked someone older than he is (by six months), who went to the same university he did and whom he'd dated for a long time. Although she is not of royal blood, she stands to become the first English Queen with a university degree, so in one fundamental way, theirs is a union of equals. In that regard, the new couple reflect the changes in the shape and nature of marriage that have been rippling throughout the Western world for the past few decades.The wedding of the 20th century, in 1981, celebrated a marriage that turned out to be a huge bust. It ended as badly as a relationship can: scandal, divorce and, ultimately, death and worldwide weeping.

(See an album of British royal weddings.)


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Beck - Lost Cause



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PSA Texting while Driving U.K. Ad [HD]



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