If attacked on the street you must be mentally prepared! Regardless of the variables keeping a clear mind will save your life. Your mind is your most powerful ally and you must use it to survive a dangerous encounter.
In this video different celebrities sing their A, B, C's. Sesame Street is a production of Sesame Workshop, a nonprofit educational organization which also produces Pinky Dinky Doo, The Electric Company, and other programs for children around the world.
This is a compilation of the 11 clips from the "Pinball Number Count" segments that began appearing on Sesame Street in 1976. The music was composed by Walt Kraemer with vocals by the Pointer Sisters. Animation was directed by Jeff Hale.
This is the trailer for Occupy Love, a new documentary and about the global awakening kicked off by Occupy Wall Street.
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From CTV via PeopleStandup.
Halifax police arrested 15 people Friday and took down tents at the site of a local Occupy Nova Scotia protest, hours after the city marked Remembrance Day.
The protesters had set up their encampment in a downtown park last week, after the city asked them to relocate from the nearby cenotaph where annual Remembrance Day celebrations were to take place.
The arrests occurred hours after the ceremony ended, when some protesters refused to leave the park protest site and a stand-off with police ensued.
"I am a taxpayer of Nova Scotia and I'm being arrested for occupying Nova Scotia," said protester Miles Howe, as he was being handcuffed in the rain.
Police Chief Frank Beazley said that the arrested protesters could face obstruction charges, after the city announced Friday that protesters were breaking bylaws and had to leave.
"While the Halifax Regional Municipality has respected the Occupy Nova Scotia participants' right to a peaceful assembly and their right to have their issues known publicly, it is now time to return Victoria Park, the Grand Parade and other HRM parks to the public at large," the statement said.
The notice from chief administrative officer Mike Labrecque also said it is illegal to camp in municipal parks, and that people are barred from the parks between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. unless they have written permission from the city.
Protesters still have the right to protest peacefully in parks during normal hours, the statement said.
Mayor Peter Kelly said that while he support the right to protest, the Occupy group "won't be able to use their tents to do it."
The city opted to evict demonstrators partly because the weeks-old protest had cost the city about $40,000 as of Thursday, Kelly told CTV News Channel.
By Friday night, the camp had been packed up and the group had moved to a nearby church to plan what their next move will be.
Some among them claimed victory after police moved on the camp, arguing that it would boost support for their cause.
"People have come together to support us and thanks to the mayor, I think that he's only made us stronger," said protester Struan Ford.
Their supporters appear to include New Democrat MLA Howard Epstein, who said the decision to evict the protesters on Remembrance Day "is a disgrace and undermines the very rights and freedoms our veterans fought for."
Last week, the protesters were asked to clear out of the Grand Parade so city staff could prepare the location for Remembrance Day ceremonies, which are held there every year.
They complied, moving to Victoria Park, but said they planned to return to the Grand Parade after Remembrance Day.
Kelly said that would not be permitted
According to an article by MetroNews Halifax, Vancouver-based author and marxist sympathizer Min Reyes believes that the protests sweeping North America and much of the developed world is a "global awakening where we need to figure out how to save our world from destruction".
Love it, hate it or feel indifferent about it, the protests in the spirit of "Occupy Wall Street" have clearly arrived in Atlantic Canada, with the biggest turnout so far over this past weekend on October 15th, 2011.
Cults' new music video for "Go Outside", directed by Isaiah Seret. Cults is a new band from Manhattan which found public acclaim on the strength of music posted to its bandcamp page, and whose first album is now available for preorder.
Filmed over the period of a few months in and around Edinburgh by Dave Sowerby, this video of Inspired Bicycles team rider Danny MacAskill (more info at www.dannymacaskill.com) features probably the best collection of street/street trials riding ever seen. There's some huge riding, but also some of the most technically difficult and imaginative lines you will ever see. Without a doubt, this video pushes the envelope of what is perceived as possible on a trials bike.
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