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  • Lars Andersen: a new level of archery
    By: Michael_J
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    An archers with a quiver on his back is a movie icon which is widespread throughout the world. But putting arrows in a quiver on your back is not a good solution. It is bad in motion and the archer cannot see his own arrows, as he has an enemy in front of him. He must focus on his quiver, which makes him vulnerable. Past archers often had different types of arrows simultaneously in his quiver but since the quiver is on his back, he cannot see which arrow he takes. Placing the quiver in the belt solved most problems, and if the archer is horseback, the quiver could be placed on the horse in front of the rider. These methods were the most common ways to use a quiver.
  • Parking a go-kart by a very young boy
    By: mystery11
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    One of the most exciting sports are go-karting. While driving a go-kart you just need to focus on your driving, no need to changing the gears. Just hold the steering wheel and change the speed. In this video, the very young boy parks the car into the garage in an amazing way. Watch the video and see how professional he is and how he drives the go-kart like a master.
  • 7 Things That Make People Instantly Like You
    By: Leonardo
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    Love at first sight might not be real, but first impressions count for a lot! In this video we have collected what makes people instantly like someone. When you meet a new group of people and one person makes you feel welcome and part of the group, They dont have to make that effort so I really appreciate it. When you both approach a 4-way stop at the same time and he/she realizes they got there a second earlier and just goes, instead of trying to wave him through.
  • Martial Arts Legend Bruce Lee
    By: Bradley
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    Wing Chun is very famous, mostly because it was the style that Bruce Lee practiced in Hong Kong. Bruce Lee only learned Wing Chun for a few years. He started in about 1954, when we was around 13 years old and trained for a few years under Grand Master Yip Man in Hong Kong. What a lot of people dont know is that actually Bruce Lee didnt learn that much directly from his Sifu. He learned mostly from Sihing, Sifu Wong Shun Leung...
  • How to Find Work Making Balloon Animals
    By: Bradley
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    In this video were going to be talking about making balloon animals. There are many, many ways you can perform: at fairs, at festivals, at private parties, at corporate events. When Jonas Cain first started making balloon animals, he would do magic shows, and it was an add-on sale. He would do his magic show. At the end of the show he would stick around for an extra 20 minutes, half-hour, making balloon animals for all the kids. So it was an easy way to break in with that. If you want to find work, if youre just starting out, you can online, you can research local fairs, local festivals
  • Meet the Lone Wolf Who Finally Found Love
    By: Leonardo
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    In 2011 researchers observed a wild gray wolf that left his pack in Oregon, only to wander into California. After a near 3 year journey, the wolf has found a mate. Together they're forming a new pack! Are you ready for a love story? Five years ago a wild gray wolf named OR7 was born in eastern Oregon and began wandering alone toward the western United States. Like you know most wolves live in a highly organized packs which hunt, breed and live together. When OR7 left his pack, scientists thought for sure he would be forever alone but….
  • 10 Children Raised by Animals
    By: Bradley
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    Prowling with wolves, climbing trees with monkeys, and protected by wild cats, meet the kids who've been taken in by some surprisingly maternal animals. 10 Saturday Mthiyane was adopted by monkeys after his mother abandoned him. He died 10 years after rescue when his orphanage caught on fire. 9. Monkeys adopted a toddler who ran away after witnessing his mom's murder. John Ssebunya lived with them up to a year, learning to climb trees and forage.
  • Chopin - Nocturno
    By: Bradley
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    The Chopin nocturnes constitute 21 short pieces for solo piano written by Frédéric Chopin between 1827 and 1846. They are generally considered among the finest short solo works for the instrument and hold an important place in contemporary concert repertoire. Although Chopin did not invent the nocturne, he popularized and expanded on it, building on the form developed by Irish composer John Field.
  • Valse Sentimentale - Tchaikovsky
    By: Bradley
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    Tchaikovsky's Valse sentimentale, the last of his Six morceaux (Six Pieces), for piano, Op. 51, was composed in 1882, during a very difficult period in the composer's life. From the late 1870s until 1885, the composer felt restless, somewhat disoriented, and unsure of his creative powers. As a result, he led a nomadic existence, constantly traveling, without a home he could call his own. Composed in the summer of 1882, at a cottage near Kamenka, where Tchaikovsky was able to work in peace, the Six morceaux are charming, intimate miniatures – all dedicated to women.
  • Claude Debussy - "Clair de Lune"
    By: Bradley
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    The Suite bergamasque is one of the most famous piano suites by Claude Debussy. Debussy commenced the suite in 1890 at age 28, but he did not finish or publish it until 1905. The Suite bergamasque consists of four movements: 1. Prélude 2. Menuet 3. Clair de lune ("Moonlight" in English) 4. Passepied The third and most famous movement of Suite bergamasque is "Clair de lune," meaning "moonlight" in French. Its name comes from Paul Verlaine's poem of the same name which also refers to 'bergamasques' in its opening stanza.
  • Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata
    By: Bradley
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    he Moonlight Sonata was composed in the summer of 1801 in Hungary, on an estate belonging to the Brunswick family. The composition was published in 1802 and was dedicated to Beethoven’s pupil and passion, 17 years old Countess Giulietta Gucciardi. The Sonata is one of the most popular piano sonatas from Beethoven’s creation. Some biographers make the connection between the unshared love the composer held for Giulietta Guicciardi and the sonorities of the first part.
  • Disney's Cinderella Official Teaser Trailer
    By: pooya_f
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    A live-action feature inspired by the classic fairy tale. In theaters March 2015. The story of "Cinderella" follows the fortunes of young Ella (Lily James) whose merchant father remarries following the death of her mother. Eager to support her loving father, Ella welcomes her new stepmother (Cate Blanchett) and her daughters Anastasia (Holliday Grainger) and Drisella (Sophie McShera) into the family home. But, when Ella's father unexpectedly passes away, she finds herself at the mercy of a jealous and cruel new family. Finally relegated to nothing more than a servant girl covered in ashes, and spitefully renamed Cinderella, Ella could easily begin to lose hope. Yet, despite the cruelty inflicted upon her, Ella is determined to honor her mother's dying words and to "have courage and be kind." She will not give in to despair nor despise those who mistreat her. And then there is the dashing stranger she meets in the woods. Unaware that he is really a prince, not merely an apprentice at the Palace, Ella finally feels she has met a kindred soul. It appears her fortunes may be about to change when the Palace sends out an open invitation for all maidens to attend a ball, raising Ella's hopes of once again encountering the charming Kit (Richard Madden). Alas, her stepmother forbids her to attend and callously rips apart her dress. But, as in all good fairy tales, help is at hand, and a kindly beggar woman (Helena Bonham-Carter) steps forward and -- armed with a pumpkin and a few mice -- changes Cinderella's life forever.
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