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An Unexpected Briefing #airnzhobbit

An Unexpected Briefing #airnzhobbit

It's The Apple Sisters! The Apple Sisters are back with a hilarious Talkie about Spies! When Candy and Seedy plan a surprise party for Cora's birthday in New York City, they're accidentally mistaken for atomic physicists by a couple of bungling Nazi spies! Will the OSS find the girls in time? Will the Nazis steal the secrets of the Manhattan Project? Be sure to subscribe to The Apple Sisters' YouTube Channel for more daffy hijinks from the 40s! Also, Buy our albums! And for your holiday needs, "Happy Holidoozy Merry Christ-mess" is available...On CD: for downloadiTunes: Baby: Starring The Apple Sisters - Candy, Cora & SeedyAlso Starring Eliza CoupeLauren LapkusJason RitterPtolemy SlocumJames UrbaniakRich SommerStephnie Weir& Jerome Kurtenbach Directed By Matthew C. Special Thanks: Amanda & Cat Staggs, Jennie Church-Cooper, Peter Principato & Handsome Coffee Roasters

Vidéoportez-nous dans vos destinations ! nov122012 On parle beaucoup de contenus ces derniers temps, et parmi eux, les vidéos font clairement partie du must-have ! Alors voici un petit florilège de productions, classées selon différentes catégories. Les vidéos faites avec les moyens du bord : à condition d'avoir quelques compétences en interne, on peut faire du contenu vivant, qui emporte tout de suite notre vidéonaute dans l'expérience, à défaut de miser sur une qualité optimale. Jean-Luc, dans un billet du mois de mars, mettaient en avant celles de Bourg sur Gironde et de Brive-la-Gaillarde, qui remportent un certain succès sur Youtube. Il y en a donc pour tous les goûts, enfin ceux des 39,5 millions d'internautes français qui, selon Comscore, avait regardé en janvier 2012 plus de 6 milliards de vidéos en ligne sur ce seul mois... Et vous, vos vidéos, c'est plutôt quel style ? Cet article vous a plu? A propos de l'auteur : Ludovic Dublanchet

Hobbit Movie News and Information, The Lord of the Rings, Tolkien - - Forged by the Fans of J.R.R. Tolkien PSA Parodies: 20 Of Our Favorites PSAs may be serious business when they're done in earnest to raise awareness about diseases and political causes, but they also provide a perfect format for comedians to do some pretty ridiculous stuff. Worried about cannibalism? There's a PSA for that. Check out 20 of our favorites below. Loading Slideshow C.A.N.N.I.B.A.L. 0 Points Filed by Christine Friar | First Look: R.L. Stine's "Grampires" With Christopher Lloyd Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker Saves Woman From Raving Racist, Gives Best Interview Ever

Kids in the Hall Comfortable High 15 Top Super Bowl Commercials of 2013 [With HD Clips] Hot as . . . Don't Assume You Know How Retta Rolls - CONAN on TBS Simon Pegg & Nick Frost - 'Get Lucky' (Daft Punk Cover) - Capital Breakfast Mrs Doubtfire recut as a horror movie Stephen Colbert’s best science segments: Will his move to CBS dumb down his guest list? Still via Comedy Central David Letterman announced last week that he will soon be retiring from The Late Show after hosting for more than 30 years, and CBS has confirmed that Stephen Colbert will replace him. While switching from The Colbert Report to The Late Show will be a huge career advancement for the comedian and TV show host, it could be a big loss for television coverage of science. Stephen Colbert is one of the only news or faux-news anchors to regularly cover scientific discoveries and interview scientists. Among the other physicists Colbert has interviewed are Brian Greene, Michio Kaku, and Lawrence Krauss. This could change when Colbert takes over The Late Show. Colbert’s transition comes at a terrible time for coverage of science. The consequences were clear most recently in CNN’s horrifically bad coverage of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Meanwhile, Animal Planet is airing fake documentaries about mermaids.