Hall, who lives in North Carolina, started leaving comments on every video she saw that featured her children as the story picked up steam. Shehad seen the original videos before, and like many, was disturbed by the way her children were treated in them. Hall first reported the videos to law enforcement in North Carolina in October.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA few months after a hilarious video take on the BP oil spill, the amazing sketch comedy troupe known as the Upright Citizens Brigade is at it again, and this time the cracked comedy outfit is taking aim at a target much closer to home.In a new video spoof entitled “The Canadian,” the UCB gang delivers a spot on send up of the trailer for the recent George Clooney arty thriller The American, in which they painstakingly recreate the anxious eyes in rearview mirror shots from the film, as well as scenes involving a wheezy old Italian priest and a clich spouting prostitute.But the video’s biggest laughs come courtesy of the central Clooney character, an American assassin and arms dealer who is re envisioned here as a Tragically Hip and poutine loving Canadian and all around swell guy. He’s a patriot through and through proudly wearing his Toronto Maple Leafs when he’s out on the streets, and sharpening his skates and drinking Canadian Club in his off hours at night.I’m curious to hear your impressions, readers. Is the video hilarious, stereotypical or both? And do we really sound like that?FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting.
When I remembered that I was wearing it at all, I would check my “Fuel points” Nike’s native metric system, a somewhat mysterious algorithm, using two accelerometers on either side of the bracelet. I set my goal for 3,000 daily fuel points above the sedentary seeming “office worker” setting of 2,000 but not quite the gym rat like 5,000 points. Efforts to meet my goal caused me to change my behavior in small ways I took the stairs more and was happy to walk a few extra blocks to the subway but it was not a strong enough influence to actually change my major fitness behaviors.
Overall, this low key gem has become a haven for hipsters, and hipster wannabes. People love it here, but the incursion of newcomers have natives fleeing elsewhere. Every time I talk to a new resident, they mention their five friends who will soon follow in their footsteps.