Arcade Fire «My Body is a Cage» (Unofficial) – WARNING This will potentially spoil the end of the movie if you haven’t seen it – Upon listening to the new Arcade Fire album, the last song in particular evoked an intense spaghetti western scenerio in my mind. I created a music video for the song with edited clips from Sergio Leone’s «Once Upon a Time in the West»… my favorite western. hi-res version:
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Huron vs Toledo St Ursula 2005 Volleyball

Thus match was incredible.. Division III Huron taking on unbeaten and defending state Division I champion Toledo St Ursula Acadamy… SUA won this match in 4 solid games..
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Please watch Gisele Lemay sing another song, «I Wonder» From Jubilee Joy The Huron Carol ‘Twas in the moon of winter-time When all the birds had fled, That mighty Gitchi Manitou Sent angel choirs instead; Before their light the stars grew dim, And wandering hunter heard the hymn: «Jesus your King is born, Jesus is born, In excelsis gloria.» Within a lodge of broken bark The tender Babe was found, A ragged robe of rabbit skin Enwrapp’d His beauty round; But as the hunter braves drew nigh, The angel song rang loud and high… «Jesus your King is born, Jesus is born, In excelsis gloria.» O children of the forest free, O sons of Manitou, The Holy Child of earth and heaven Is born today for you. Come kneel before the radiant Boy Who brings you beauty, peace and joy.» Jesus your King is born, Jesus is born, In excelsis gloria.» The «Huron Carol» (or «‘Twas in the Moon of Wintertime») is a Canadian Christmas hymn (Canada’s oldest Christmas song), written in 1643 by Jean de Brébeuf, a Jesuit missionary at Sainte-Marie among the Hurons in Canada. Brébeuf wrote the lyrics in the native language of the Huron/Wendat people; the song’s original Huron title is «Jesous Ahatonhia» («Jesus, he is born»). The song’s melody is a traditional French folk song, «Une Jeune Pucelle» («A Young Maid»). The well known English lyrics were written in 1926 by Jesse Edgar Middleton. The English version of the hymn uses imagery familiar in the
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Filmmakers who use apes in their productions are promoting a cruel industry that forces baby animals to perform using «training» methods such as electric shocks and beatings. Apes who are too old or ill to perform are not even retired to sanctuaries—they are sold to tawdry exotic animal exhibits or pseudo-sanctuaries, where they will be caged and neglected, ensuring suffering for the rest of their lives. Companies that aim to entertain viewers need to know that consumers want cruelty-free films, TV shows, and ads.