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Unbelievable...A turtle eats a pigeon...

It happend in Brazil...A tortoise attacks a pigeon..
Now I understand how the turtle manage to win the hare on famous tale history.

I used walk/jogging very close to this lake. Now, I really afraid of what could be the consequenses. The video sound is portuguese, and an expert is invited to explain why a tortoise can behave on this manner. He says the cause is competition, lack of food. What is more, people don't should try to intervene, because it could could be WORST... Poor pigeon...

❤ฺ  ฺ❤ฺ ฺ❤ฺ ฺ❤ฺ ฺ❤ฺ ฺShe is really foxy on Red House ❤ฺ  ฺ❤ฺ ฺ❤ฺ ฺ❤ฺ ฺ❤ฺ ฺ

(by Jimi Hendrix)

Recorded by the JHE in London at CBS Studios on Dec. 13, 1966. Mike Ross was the engineer. Jimi's first blues composition begins with 7th chord harmony heard at the start of Robert Johnson tunes like Dead Shrimp Blues(1936), King Hearted Woman(1936), and 32-30 Blues. But his urban solos are rooted more in performances like California Nights by Albert King (1962), and Louise by Robert Sumlin(1964), while Red House lyrics touch on images in the vain of The sky is Crying by Elmore James(1959). Cats I like now are Albert King and Elmore James, claimed Jimi. but if you try to copy them, want to play something note for note - especially a solo or a certain run that lasts over three seconds - your mind starts wandering. Therefore, you dig them and then do your own thing
This Red House originally appeared on the British AYE? album in 1967. Noel recalls, Red House was Jimi's way of using his musical roots, everything he knew and understood best,in a pop context. Billy C…

♫♫♫♫♫♫ Eddie Turner is THE “devilboy "♫♫♫♫♫♫♫

“Otherworldly”, “scorching”, “polyrhythmic” and “chilling” have all been used to describe Eddie Turner’s guitar playing. His ethereal style is an amalgam of the Afro-Cuban rhythms of his heritage and the music that influenced him as a teenager: Chicago blues, jazz, r&b and psychedelic rock. The Cuban-born singer/guitarist cut his teeth in several rock bands contributing what Slate magazine describes as “spacey-yet-resounding solos.” Now he emerges for the first time as his own bandleader on Rise, which arrives in stores in February, 2005.

Eddie “devilboy " Turner picked up his first guitar, a candy apple multi-pickup Japanese Tiesco, when he was twelve. Raised in Chicago, he moved to the Rockies in the early 70's to attend the University of Colorado; “a ruse,” he says, “to get my parents to keep sending checks.” More inspired by music than by academia, Turner immersed himself in the local scene, and stints with some notable acts ensued. He played in the region’s first punk…

Daniel Goleman at Google headquarters...

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♭.:*・Are you really a Geek?
♭.:*・Did you know you can be color blind text?!!!
♭.:*・Daniel Goleman lecture on google headquarters!
♭.:*・The Tesla COIL effect...

Daniel Goleman discusses his book "Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships" as a part of the Authors@Google series. For more from Daniel Goleman, visit This event took place on August 3, 2007 at Google headquarters in Mountain View, CA.


distinguishing competences...
1- Singular drive to achieve, to improve performance,
make what ever I'm working on better,faster,quicker,
more powerful more effective.

and ..the sign for this competence is that people who
have it have very high internal standards for success.

They not really driven by what other people say matters its, that they themselves know how good something should be. they hold theselves to this standards, you work hours to achieve this standard.its very compeling people how have it …

Camilla Wincentz Pedersen

Camilla Wincentz Pedersen is 26 years old. She lives in Denmark, in a town called Skive. After being diagnosed as having Asperger syndrome, she decided to create her own website in order to tell what it is like to live with Asperger syndrome, and
share information with other people like her. You will find lot of info about AS, about the medical aspects, and about the treatments.

For those who have the AS it's a nice site to visit. To know others reality is
very good advice in cases like that. :-)

Musicians Institute, in Hollywood! Great.

Musicians Institute, in Hollywood, California, offers a comprehensive, hands-on education in contemporary music performance, recording, guitar making, music business and film. If you’re serious about your music, your education, and your career, take a look around the site to see what MI has to offer, then contact us for more information about how we can help you reach your goals.

Musicians Institute’s Music Business Program is a business program for the new music industry. A revolution is underway, and knowledge is the key to survival. At MI, students learn from successful professionals how the industry really works – the roles, relationships, and realities of bringing music to market.

Whether you’re an independent artist who’s ready to take charge of your own career or an aspiring entrepreneur whose dream is to run a record label, you need practical knowledge and experience. MI’s Music Business Program is the best place in the world to get it.


゚・:,。*:..。o○☆ Earning money with cheaper Home Insurance ☆゚・:,。*:..。

Reduce your premium by implementing effective security measures and reduce your risk of making a claim.

* Change the locks – If you’ve moved to a new home you never know who might still have a key. It is important to maintain locks. Five-lever mortise locks are recommended for external doors while windows should ideally have two bolt locks.
* Install a good home security system - Sometimes there are alarm systems that might be preferred by an insurer. The NACOSS standard alarm can cut premiums with some companies by 7.5%.
* Time-switch lights – Your home is more vulnerable to theft when you are not around. Time-switch lights will give the impression that you are at home.
* If you are away – Remember to cancel newspaper and milk deliveries and ask someone you can trust to open and close the curtains and collect mail.
* Keys – Don’t leave them in obvious places such as under a doormat. Also beware of ‘hook n crook’ thefts – where keys are left so close to a door that a bu…