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Laughing Squid GoPro Video of a Mountain Biker Executing an Extremely Difficult Double Front Flip
GoPro Video of a Mountain Biker Executing an Extremely Difficult Double Front Flip
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GoPro posted some first-person video of Spanish mountain biker Bienvenido Aguado Alba pulling off an incredible double front flip during the Martin Söderström Invitational big air competition in Up...
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Francois Dulude Ted Cruz is born Canadian so he can't apply for presidency : From Wikipedia: Early lifeEdit Cruz was born on December 22, 1970[7][13] in Calgary, Alberta, Canada[7][19] where his parents, Eleanor Elizabeth Darragh Wilson[19][20][21][22][23][24] Read more ... and Rafael Bienvenido Cruz,[22][23] were working in the oil business.[25][26] His parents owned aseismic-data processing firm for oil drillers.[22][27] Cruz's father, who was born in 1939 in Matanzas, Cuba,[22][23] as Robert T. Garrett of the Dallas Morning News has described, "suffered beatings and imprisonment for protesting the oppressive regime"[22][27] of dictator Fulgencio Batista. He fought for Fidel Castro in the Cuban Revolution[28][29] when he was 14 years old, but "didn't know Castro was a Communist."[30] A few years later he became a staunch critic of Castro when "the rebel leader took control and began seizing private property and suppressing dissent."[22][31] The elder Cruz fled Cuba in 1957, two years before the revolution, at the age of 18, landing in Austin,[27] a Cuban émigré, to study at the University of Texas, knowing no English and with $100 sewn into his underwear.[32][33] His younger sister fought in the counter-revolution and was tortured by the new regime.[29] He remained regretful for his early support of Castro, and emphatically conveyed this remorse to his young son over the following years.[22][29] The elder Cruz worked his way through college as a dishwasher, making 50 cents an hour,[21] earning a degree in mathematics.[27] Cruz's father is a pastor in Carrollton, Texas,[20] a Dallassuburb, and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2005.[23] Cruz's mother was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware,[23] in a family of Irish and Italian descent.[21][26] She was the first person in her family to attend college. She earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Rice University in Houston in the 1950s, working summers at Foley's and Shell Oil.[34] She later worked in Houston as a computer programmer at Shell.[27] Cruz has said, "I'm Cuban, Irish, and Italian, and yet somehow I ended up Southern Baptist."[4] Cruz's parents returned to Houston in 1974, after working in the Alberta oil fields, when a slump hit the price of oil and they sold their first seismic data company.[20] They divorced while Cruz was in law school.[27]
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Francois Dulude Obama says he was born in Hawai mind you and produced a false birth certificate to become president many know about! You cannot become president if you are not a US born citizen!...
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Francois Dulude Ted Cruz is born Canadian so he can't apply for presidency : From Wikipedia: Early lifeEdit Cruz was born on December 22, 1970[7][13] in Calgary, Alberta, Canada[7][19] where his parents, Eleanor Elizabeth Darragh Wilson[19][20][21][22][23][24] Read more ... and Rafael Bienvenido Cruz,[22][23] were working in the oil business.[25][26] His parents owned aseismic-data processing firm for oil drillers.[22][27] Cruz's father, who was born in 1939 in Matanzas, Cuba,[22][23] as Robert T. Garrett of the Dallas Morning News has described, "suffered beatings and imprisonment for protesting the oppressive regime"[22][27] of dictator Fulgencio Batista. He fought for Fidel Castro in the Cuban Revolution[28][29] when he was 14 years old, but "didn't know Castro was a Communist."[30] A few years later he became a staunch critic of Castro when "the rebel leader took control and began seizing private property and suppressing dissent."[22][31] The elder Cruz fled Cuba in 1957, two years before the revolution, at the age of 18, landing in Austin,[27] a Cuban émigré, to study at the University of Texas, knowing no English and with $100 sewn into his underwear.[32][33] His younger sister fought in the counter-revolution and was tortured by the new regime.[29] He remained regretful for his early support of Castro, and emphatically conveyed this remorse to his young son over the following years.[22][29] The elder Cruz worked his way through college as a dishwasher, making 50 cents an hour,[21] earning a degree in mathematics.[27] Cruz's father is a pastor in Carrollton, Texas,[20] a Dallassuburb, and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2005.[23] Cruz's mother was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware,[23] in a family of Irish and Italian descent.[21][26] She was the first person in her family to attend college. She earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Rice University in Houston in the 1950s, working summers at Foley's and Shell Oil.[34] She later worked in Houston as a computer programmer at Shell.[27] Cruz has said, "I'm Cuban, Irish, and Italian, and yet somehow I ended up Southern Baptist."[4] Cruz's parents returned to Houston in 1974, after working in the Alberta oil fields, when a slump hit the price of oil and they sold their first seismic data company.[20] They divorced while Cruz was in law school.[27]
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Francois Dulude Ted Cruz is born Canadian so he can't apply for presidency : From Wikipedia: Early lifeEdit Cruz was born on December 22, 1970[7][13] in Calgary, Alberta, Canada[7][19] where his parents, Eleanor Elizabeth Darragh Wilson[19][20][21][22][23][24] Read more ... and Rafael Bienvenido Cruz,[22][23] were working in the oil business.[25][26] His parents owned aseismic-data processing firm for oil drillers.[22][27] Cruz's father, who was born in 1939 in Matanzas, Cuba,[22][23] as Robert T. Garrett of the Dallas Morning News has described, "suffered beatings and imprisonment for protesting the oppressive regime"[22][27] of dictator Fulgencio Batista. He fought for Fidel Castro in the Cuban Revolution[28][29] when he was 14 years old, but "didn't know Castro was a Communist."[30] A few years later he became a staunch critic of Castro when "the rebel leader took control and began seizing private property and suppressing dissent."[22][31] The elder Cruz fled Cuba in 1957, two years before the revolution, at the age of 18, landing in Austin,[27] a Cuban émigré, to study at the University of Texas, knowing no English and with $100 sewn into his underwear.[32][33] His younger sister fought in the counter-revolution and was tortured by the new regime.[29] He remained regretful for his early support of Castro, and emphatically conveyed this remorse to his young son over the following years.[22][29] The elder Cruz worked his way through college as a dishwasher, making 50 cents an hour,[21] earning a degree in mathematics.[27] Cruz's father is a pastor in Carrollton, Texas,[20] a Dallassuburb, and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2005.[23] Cruz's mother was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware,[23] in a family of Irish and Italian descent.[21][26] She was the first person in her family to attend college. She earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Rice University in Houston in the 1950s, working summers at Foley's and Shell Oil.[34] She later worked in Houston as a computer programmer at Shell.[27] Cruz has said, "I'm Cuban, Irish, and Italian, and yet somehow I ended up Southern Baptist."[4] Cruz's parents returned to Houston in 1974, after working in the Alberta oil fields, when a slump hit the price of oil and they sold their first seismic data company.[20] They divorced while Cruz was in law school.[27]
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Francois Dulude Ted Cruz is born Canadian so he can't apply for presidency : From Wikipedia: Early lifeEdit Cruz was born on December 22, 1970[7][13] in Calgary, Alberta, Canada[7][19] where his parents, Eleanor Elizabeth Darragh Wilson[19][20][21][22][23][24] Read more ... and Rafael Bienvenido Cruz,[22][23] were working in the oil business.[25][26] His parents owned aseismic-data processing firm for oil drillers.[22][27] Cruz's father, who was born in 1939 in Matanzas, Cuba,[22][23] as Robert T. Garrett of the Dallas Morning News has described, "suffered beatings and imprisonment for protesting the oppressive regime"[22][27] of dictator Fulgencio Batista. He fought for Fidel Castro in the Cuban Revolution[28][29] when he was 14 years old, but "didn't know Castro was a Communist."[30] A few years later he became a staunch critic of Castro when "the rebel leader took control and began seizing private property and suppressing dissent."[22][31] The elder Cruz fled Cuba in 1957, two years before the revolution, at the age of 18, landing in Austin,[27] a Cuban émigré, to study at the University of Texas, knowing no English and with $100 sewn into his underwear.[32][33] His younger sister fought in the counter-revolution and was tortured by the new regime.[29] He remained regretful for his early support of Castro, and emphatically conveyed this remorse to his young son over the following years.[22][29] The elder Cruz worked his way through college as a dishwasher, making 50 cents an hour,[21] earning a degree in mathematics.[27] Cruz's father is a pastor in Carrollton, Texas,[20] a Dallassuburb, and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2005.[23] Cruz's mother was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware,[23] in a family of Irish and Italian descent.[21][26] She was the first person in her family to attend college. She earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Rice University in Houston in the 1950s, working summers at Foley's and Shell Oil.[34] She later worked in Houston as a computer programmer at Shell.[27] Cruz has said, "I'm Cuban, Irish, and Italian, and yet somehow I ended up Southern Baptist."[4] Cruz's parents returned to Houston in 1974, after working in the Alberta oil fields, when a slump hit the price of oil and they sold their first seismic data company.[20] They divorced while Cruz was in law school.[27]
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Francois Dulude Ted Cruz is born Canadian so he can't apply for presidency : From Wikipedia: Early lifeEdit Cruz was born on December 22, 1970[7][13] in Calgary, Alberta, Canada[7][19] where his parents, Eleanor Elizabeth Darragh Wilson[19][20][21][22][23][24] Read more ... and Rafael Bienvenido Cruz,[22][23] were working in the oil business.[25][26] His parents owned aseismic-data processing firm for oil drillers.[22][27] Cruz's father, who was born in 1939 in Matanzas, Cuba,[22][23] as Robert T. Garrett of the Dallas Morning News has described, "suffered beatings and imprisonment for protesting the oppressive regime"[22][27] of dictator Fulgencio Batista. He fought for Fidel Castro in the Cuban Revolution[28][29] when he was 14 years old, but "didn't know Castro was a Communist."[30] A few years later he became a staunch critic of Castro when "the rebel leader took control and began seizing private property and suppressing dissent."[22][31] The elder Cruz fled Cuba in 1957, two years before the revolution, at the age of 18, landing in Austin,[27] a Cuban émigré, to study at the University of Texas, knowing no English and with $100 sewn into his underwear.[32][33] His younger sister fought in the counter-revolution and was tortured by the new regime.[29] He remained regretful for his early support of Castro, and emphatically conveyed this remorse to his young son over the following years.[22][29] The elder Cruz worked his way through college as a dishwasher, making 50 cents an hour,[21] earning a degree in mathematics.[27] Cruz's father is a pastor in Carrollton, Texas,[20] a Dallassuburb, and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2005.[23] Cruz's mother was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware,[23] in a family of Irish and Italian descent.[21][26] She was the first person in her family to attend college. She earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Rice University in Houston in the 1950s, working summers at Foley's and Shell Oil.[34] She later worked in Houston as a computer programmer at Shell.[27] Cruz has said, "I'm Cuban, Irish, and Italian, and yet somehow I ended up Southern Baptist."[4] Cruz's parents returned to Houston in 1974, after working in the Alberta oil fields, when a slump hit the price of oil and they sold their first seismic data company.[20] They divorced while Cruz was in law school.[27]
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Dennis Taglish: Hanggang Saan? Ni Bienvenido Lumbera May nagtanong kung ang paggamit ng Taglish sa kolum na ito ay recognition on my part na tinaggap kong maaaring gawing basis ng wikang “Filipino” and Taglish. Ngayon pa man ay nililinaw ko nang hindi Read more ... lengguwahe and Taglish. Ito ay isa lamang convenient vehicle para maabot sa kasalukuyan ang isang articulate sector ng ating lipunan na unti-unting nagsisikap gumamit ng Filipino. Importanteng makita nang sinumang gumagamit ng Taglish na limited and gamit nito. Dahil sa binubuo ito ng mga salitang galing sa dalawang wikang not of the same family, makitid ang range of expressiveness nito. Ang sensibiliteng ni-reflect nito ay pag-aari ng isang maliit na segment ng ating lupinan, at ang karanasang karaniwang nilalaman nito ay may pagkasuperficial. Isang makatang malimit banggitin kapag pinag-uusapan ang paggamit sa Taglish ay si Rolando S. Tinio. Sa kaniyang koleksyon ng tulang tinawag na Sitsit sa Kuliglig, may ilang mga tula na pinaghalong English na sulatin. Effective lamang ang Taglish, gaya ng pinatutunayan na rin ng mga tula ni Tinio, kapag Americanized intellectual ang speaker, at ang tone ng tula ay medyo tongue-in-check or sarcastic. At kahit na sa ranks ng Americanized Filipino intellectual, and profounder aspects of cultural alienation ay hindi kayang lamanin nang buong-buo ng Taglish. Better described marahil and Taglish as a “manner of expression.” Ibig sabihin, sa mga informal occasions, mas natural sa isang English-speaking Filipino na sa Taglish magsalita. Sa light conversation, halimbawa. Pero para sa mga okasyong nangangailangan ng sustained thought, Taglish simply won’t do. Walang predictive patterns ang paghahalo ng vocabulary at syntax ng dalawang lengguwaheng magkaiba ng pamilya. Dahil dito, maraming stylistic and logical gaps na nag-iinterfere sa pag-uunawaan ng manunulat at mambabasa. Kailangan sa Taglish ang spontaneaous interaction ng nagsasalita at ng nakikinig. Sa pamamagitan ng physical gestures, facial expressions, o tonal inflection, nagagawa ang filling-in na siyang remedyo sa mga stylistic at logical gaps. Maaari namang sa pagtatanong linawin ng nakikinig ang anumang ambiguity sa sinasabi ng kausap. Samakatuwid, ang pagsusulat sa Taglish, cannot be a permanent arrangement. Kung talagang nais ng manunulat na magcommunicate sa nakararaming mambabasa, haharapin niya ang pagpapahusay sa kaniyang command ng Filipino. Para sa manunulat, isang transitional “language” lamang ang Taglish. Kung tunay na nirerecognize niya na napakaliit at lalo pang lumiit ang audience for English writing, hindi siya makapananatiling Taglish lamang ang kaniyang ginagamit. Maliit pa rin ang audience na nakauunawa sa Taglish pagkat nagdedemand ito ng adequate control of English. Magbalik sa English. O tuluyang lumapit sa Filipino. Ito ang alternatives para sa Taglish users ngayon na hangad pa ring magpatuloy sa pagsusulat.
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Ace Taglish: Hanggang Saan? by Bienvenido Lumbera Taglish: Hanggang Saan? Bienvenido Lumbera May nagtanong kung ang paggamit ng Taglish sa kolum na ito ay recognition on my part na tinaggap kong maaaring gawing basis ng wikang “Filipino” and Taglis Read more ... h. Ngayon pa man ay nililinaw ko nang hindi lengguwahe and Taglish. Ito ay isa lamang convenient vehicle para maabot sa kasalukuyan an isang articulate sector ng ating lipunan na unti-unting nagsisikap gumamit ng Pilipino. Importnanteng makita nang sinumang gumagamit ng Taglish na limited and gamit nito. Dahil sa binubuo ito ng mga salitang galling sa dalawang wikang not of the same family, makitid ang range of expressiveness nito. Ang sensibiliteng ni-reflect nito ay pag-aari ng isang maliit na segment ng ating lupinan, at ang karanasang karaniwang nilalaman nito ay may pagka-superficial. Isang makatang malimit banggitin kapag pinag-uusapan ang paggamit sa taglish ay si Rolando S. Tinio. Sa kanyang koleksyon ng tulang tinawag na Sitsit sa Kuliglig, may ilang mga tula na pinaghalong English na sulatin. Effective lamang ang Taglish, gaya ng pinatutunayan na rin ng mga tula ni Tinio, kapag Americanized intellectual and speaker, at ang tone ng tula ay medyo tongue-in-check or sarcastic. At kahit na sa ranks ng Americanized Filipino intellectual, and profounder aspects of cultural alienation ay hindi kayang lamanin nang buong-buo ng Taglish. Better described marahil and Taglish as a “manner of expression.” Ibig sabihin, sa mga informal occasions, mas natural sa isang English-speaking Filipino na sa Taglish magsalita. Sa light conversation, halimbawa. Pero para sa mga okasyong nangangailangan ng sustained thought, Taglish simply won’t do. Walang predictive patterns and paghahalo ng vocabulary at syntax ng dalawang lengguwaheng magkaiba ng pamilya. Dahil dito, maraming stylistic and logical gaps na nag-iinterfere sa pag-uunawaan ng manunulat at mambabasa. Kailangan sa Taglish ang spontaneaous interactionng nagsasalita at ng nakikinig. Sa pamamagitan ng physical gestures, facial expressions, o tonal inflection, nagagawa ang filling-in na siyang remedyo sa mga stylistic at logical gaps. Maaari naming sa pagtatanong linawin ng nakikinig ang anumang ambiguity sa sinasabi ng kausap. Sumakatuwid, ang pagsusulat sa Taglish, cannot be a permanent arrangement. Kung talagang nais ng manunulat na magcommunicate sa nakararaming mambabasa, haharapin niya ang pagpapahusay sa kanyang command ng Pilipino. Para sa manunulat, isang transitional “language” lamang ang Taglish. Kung tunay na nirerecognize niya na napakaliit at lalo pang lumiit ang audience for English writing, hindi siya makapananatiling Taglish lamang ang kanyang ginagamit. Maliit pa rin ang audience na nakauunawa sa Taglish pagkat nagdedemand ito ng adequate control of English. Magbalik sa English. O tuluyang lumapit sa Pilipino. Ito ang alternatives para sa Taglish users ngayon na hangad pa ring magpatuloy sa pagsusulat.
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