Amtrak Train the sunset limited, We took this train from New Orleans to Los Angeles, just fantastic.
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This is an assembly of my random thoughts on how to use higher tier USN cruisers as destroyer hunters. Breakdown of their strenghts and weaknesses. All that as a combo with a Kraken releasing game in the background. Website I pulled the game stats from: http://wows-numbers.com/ Link to my perks, modules and consumables: http://imgur.com/a/J8cSA
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Have you seen things people wouldn't believe? Check out this unbelievable appraisal of a "Blade Runner" set decoration, ca. 1960, by Laura Woolley from the all-new ROADSHOW episode, New Orleans, Hour 2! ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM & 9/8C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://www.pbs.org/show/antiques-roadshow To be the first to know about all our broadcast and tour info, subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Twitter & Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook at @RoadshowPBS!
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Preview the all-new hour of ROADSHOW, New Orleans, Hour 1, with Lea Koonce Ogundiran's appraisal of a Victorian gold necklace and earrings, ca. 1870! ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM & 9/8C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://www.pbs.org/show/antiques-roadshow To be the first to know about all our broadcast and tour info, subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Twitter & Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook at @RoadshowPBS!
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New Special airs Monday, November 18 at 8/7C PM on PBS! Every antique is a survivor, but considering some have made it through exceptionally dangerous circumstances, it is amazing they survived at all. In this special episode, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW highlights amazing tales of rescues, near misses, and beating the odds with treasures that have endured wars, natural disasters, fires, and more. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM & 9/8C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://video.pbs.org/program/antiques-roadshow/ Be sure to follow ROADSHOW on Twitter & Instagram @RoadshowPBS, Pinterest, and Facebook! Visit www.pbs.org/antiques for more videos and features from the show.
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Anders Osborne - "Summertime in New Orleans" live in New Orleans, LA with Jam in the Van. Subscribe for more of Jam in the Van's Bonnaroo 2012 Tour! http://bit.ly/subthejamvan Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/0551xNd4VUzlTOn5Xd4ZZH Listen on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/summertime-in-new-orleans-live-from-new-orleans-la-2012/id1131184845?i=1131185119 GET THE AUDIO HERE: http://www.jaminthevan.com/band/anders-osborne/ http://jaminthevan.com http://facebook.com/jaminthevan http://twitter.com/jaminthevan *** About Jam in the Van*** Jam in the Van ==== Where music takes a whole new road. We will be traveling anywhere accessible by road to find and record intimate musical experience's for our fans. If you are interested in our cause let us know. *** Credits *** Artists: Anders Osborne Director of Photography: Abran Rubiner Recording Engineer: John Washington Post Production by: Adam Weiss Created & Produced by Jam in the Van, LLC Music by: Anders Osborne www.andersosborne.com Anders Osborne - Summertime in New Orleans Anders Osborne - Summertime in New Orleans Anders Osborne - Summertime in New Orleans Anders Osborne - Summertime in New Orleans
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This is a complete road trip compilation from Santa Monica, California to New York City over eight different days from June-September, 2017 - all recorded in time-lapse at 4fps (nearly 740,000 frames total). Of the 3,253 miles (5,235 kilometers) driven, about 3 miles of this drive is missing, mostly in Colorado near Poncha Springs. Nearly all of this drive was done in daytime, but there is about 10 minutes of this video done in darkness in Arizona (about 1:00:00 to 1:10:00). The weather was good for the most part, except from Pennsylvania all the way to the Bronx, before clearing up in Manhattan. This trip also includes driving through the solar eclipse of August 21 in Nebraska (at about 3:30:00), as well as driving over the old Tappan Zee Bridge in upstate NY, which permanently closed a month later with the opening of the new Mario M Cuomo Bridge adjacent to it. The states passed through are California (0:00:35-0:40:54) Arizona (0:40:54-1:40:26) New Mexico (1:40:26-1:41:09) Colorado (1:41:09-3:07:17) Nebraska (3:07:17-3:51:05) Iowa (3:51:05-4:24:17) Illinois (4:24:17-4:50:42) Indiana (4:50:42-5:10:51) Ohio (5:10:51-5:39:13) West Virginia (5:39:13-5:40:48 & 5:47:09-5:51:52) Pennsylvania (5:40:48-5:47:09 & 6:04:43-6:32:49) Maryland (5:51:52-6:04:43) New York (6:32:49-6:50:03) The highest elevation of the drive was 11,539 ft (3,517 m) at 2:28:10. The highest elevation anywhere on the U.S. interstate system is 11,158 ft (3,401 m) at 2:33:41. Both of these elevations are two of the three continental divide crossings; the other, at 2:04:38 (10,856 ft / 3,309 m), is the first. The hottest temperature of this trip was 110 F (43 C) in Needles, California (about 0:40:16), and the coldest temperature of this trip was 53 F (11 C) in Tusayan, Arizona (about 1:10:04) - only about 230 miles (370 km) from Needles. Here's the compilation of New York to California: NY-VA: https://youtu.be/Hov8R0Ad4g0 VA-NE: https://youtu.be/n2MwuYkOOWs NE-CA: https://youtu.be/qrhdQfBYAfY
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Legoland Park in Carlsbad, CA has a section called Miniland USA. It is here where they have recreated several cities in Lego Brick form. This is their interpretation of New Orleans.
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CAT travels to New Orleans, Louisiana and Monterey, California and stops in on some local yarn stores. Our special thanks to Audrey for showing us around Monterey! Yarn stores Visited: * The Quarter Stitch in New Orleans, Lousiana * Monarch Knitting and Quilt in Monterey, California Book review/personal story: * Knitted Lace of Estonia: Techniques, Patterns, and Traditions What I am wearing: * Queen Silvia Shawl knitted in Jaggerspun Zephyr Wool/Silk in Mushroom from Knitted Lace of Estonia: Techniques, Patterns, and Traditions * Gretel Hat from Ysolda Teague knitted in Bijou Basin Ranch Yak/Cormo (don't forget to use our code LK2G!) What's on the set: * Blue Sky Organic Cotton * Tofutsies Stitches Collectors edition Put a comment in this episode for your chance to win this Tofutsies Stitches Collectors edition! Winner will be selected from a random commenter on March 31st! http://letsknit2gether.com/2009/03/12/lk2g-042-january-journeys/
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City of New Orleans is a folk song written by Steve Goodman, describing a train ride from Chicago to New Orleans via the Illinois Central Railroad in bittersweet and nostalgic terms. Goodman got the idea while traveling on the eponymous train for a visit to his wife's family. He performed the song for Arlo Guthrie in the Quiet Knight, a bar in Chicago, and Guthrie agreed to add it to his repertoire. The song was a hit for Guthrie on his 1972 album Hobo's Lullaby, and is now more closely associated with him, although Goodman performed it until his death in 1984. The song has also been covered by Willie Nelson, John Denver, Johnny Cash, Judy Collins, Jerry Reed, Chet Atkins, Hank Snow, and others. Willie Nelson version Steve Goodman won a posthumous Grammy Award for Best Country Song in 1984 for Willie Nelson's version, which was included on his 1984 album of the same name. It reached #1 on both the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in the United States[and the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. The City of New Orleans - Lyrics Ridin' on the City of New Orleans Illinois Central, Monday mornin' rail Fifteen cars and fifteen restless riders Three conductors and twenty-five sacks of mail All along the south-bound odyssey The train pulls out at Kankakee And rolls along past houses, farms and fields Passin' trains that have no names And freight yards full of old black men And the grave-yards of the rusted automobiles Good morning America, how are you? Say don't you know me, I'm your native son I'm the train they call the City of New Orleans And I'll be gone five-hundred miles when the day is done Dealin' cards with the old men in the club car Penny a point ain't no one keepin' score Pass the paper bag that holds the bottle Feel the wheels grumblin' 'neath the floor And the sons of Pullman porters, and the sons of engineers Ride their father's magic carpet made of steel Mothers with their babes asleep, rockin' to the gentle beat And the rhythm of the rails is all they feel Night time on the City of New Orleans Changin' cars in Memphis, Tennessee Halfway home, we'll be there by mornin' Thru the Mississippi darkness rollin' down to the sea But all the towns and people seem to fade into a bad dream And the steel rails still ain't heard the news The conductor sings his songs again The passengers will please refrain This train has got the disappearin' railroad blues.
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Fun pictures to accompany Johnny Horton's song. I do not own rights to the song or images. BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS (Written by Jimmy Driftwood) Johnny Horton In 1814, we took a little trip Along with Colonel Jackson down the mighty Mississip'. We took a little bacon and we took a little beans And we caught the bloody British in a town in New Orleans. We fired our guns and the British kept a-coming There wasn't nigh as many as there was a while ago. We fired once more, and they began to running, On down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. We looked down the river and we see'd the British come and there musta' been a hundred of 'em beating on the drum. They stepped so high and they made their bugles ring We stood beside our cotton bales and didn't say a thing. We fired our guns, and the British kept a-coming There wasn't nigh as many as there was a while ago. We fired once more and they began to running, On down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. Ole Hickory said we could take 'em by surprise If we didn't fire our muskets 'till we look 'em in the eyes. We held our fire 'til we seen their faces swell Then we opened up our squirrel guns and really gave 'em... Well.. We fired our guns, and the British kept a-coming There wasn't nigh as many as there was a while ago. We fired once more and they began to running, On down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. Well they ran through the briars, and they ran through the brambles And they ran through the bushes where a rabbit wouldn't go. They ran so fast that the hounds couldn't catch 'em On down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. We fired our cannon 'til the barrel melted down So we grabbed an alligator and we fought another round. We filled his head with cannon balls and powdered his behind, And when we touched the powder off, the gator lost his mind. We fired our guns and the British kept a-coming There wasn't nigh as many as there was a while ago. We fired once more and they began to running, On down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. Well they ran through the briars and they ran through the brambles And they ran through the bushes where a rabbit wouldn't go. They ran so fast that the hounds couldn't catch 'em On down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. hup, two, three, four. sound, off, three, four. hup, two, three, four. August 17, 2009: No alligators were harmed in the filming of this video.
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New Vlogs Every Monday & Friday! Previous Vlog https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOrW-dDD12I Subscribe to Main Channel https://www.youtube.com/PGneiicey/ Sorry for the lack of videos/vlogs. If you follow me on instagam and twitter you would know that all my ish Camera+Laptop got stolen from me while I was in New Orleans.. but I finally got a new laptop and nonetheless I still enjoyed myself at Essence Fest! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ►BUSINESS INQUIRIES ONLY: firstname.lastname@example.org ►ASK ME QUESTIONS: email@example.com L E T S STAY C O N N E C T E D! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ► INSTAGRAM: naturalneiicey ► FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/NaturalNeiicey ► TUMBLR: http://naturalneiicey.tumblr.com/ ► TWITTER: https://twitter.com/naturalneiicey ►SNAPCHAT: shaneicecrystal ►PERISCOPE: naturalneiicey MUSIC WANTED!!! If you are a music producer and would like me to use your music (soulful/hiphop/jazz/funky sounds) please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org CAMERA + EDITING ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ C a m e r a : Canon G7x S o f t w a r e : Final Cut Pro X L i g h t i n g : Natural L o g o B y: Me M U S I C ♬ Intro Song: Rochelle Jordan - Follow Me♬ https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/follow-me-single/id777902017 ** A little glimpse into my life.**
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Jim Kramer in BIGFOOT from the New Orleans Superdome ca. 1986 Check out BIGFOOT at facebook.com/bigfoot4x4inc/ or at bigfoot4x4.com
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What's the story behind this unexpected antique and how has its value changed over 15 years? Learn more in Vintage New Orleans! New episode premieres Monday, August 1st at 8/7C on PBS! ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM & 9/8C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://www.pbs.org/show/antiques-roadshow Be sure to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @RoadshowPBS, Pinterest, and Facebook!
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New Orleans Cajun Cafe in Hermosa Beach is home to authentic creole cuisine
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One of the most decorated Ships in the US Navy during World War 2, USS New Orleans participated in most if not all of the major conflicts in the Pacific war. These conflicts included The Attack on Pearl Harbor, The Battle for the Coral Sea, The Battle of Midway, the Battle of the East Solomons and The Battle of Tassafaronga, all of which happened in the first year of the Pacific War. While carrier launched attacks became the dominant form of major fighting instead of ship vs ship combat during the pacific campaign the USS New Orleans was still in the thick of battle protecting the Carriers of the task forces she was a apart of. Which lead to her being apart of many more major battles these include The Battle of the Philippine Sea, The Battle for Leyte Gulf and The Battle off Cape Engano. USS New Orleans also went on to help invading forces of the US Army and Navy by Bombarding land based targets as well as dueling with shore batteries. This include bombardments on the Saipan islands, The Islands of Iwo Jima and the invasion of the Island of Okinawa in 1945 where she would see her last combat of World War 2. In the end she had earned 17 Battle Stars, 5 Navy Crosses, 10 Silver Stars, 1 Bronze Star, 1 Air Medal and 206 Purple Hearts awarded to members of her crew. World of Warships is one of many free online games and is also one of the more enjoyable multiplayer games in the war games genre and who doesn't enjoy free games :D Please feel free to leave a constructive comment on how I can improve these videos for the Future :) or maybe on what kind of video you would like to see for WOWS and don't forget to subscribe :) FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Noobeecon-591529364346252/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Noobeecon World of Warships NA: http://worldofwarships.com/ World of Warships EU: http://worldofwarships.eu/ World of Warships SEA: http://worldofwarships.asia/ Wargaming: https://wargaming.com/en/ Wikipedia USS New Orleans: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_New_Orleans_%28CA-32%29 Wikipedia New Orleans class: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Orleans-class_cruiser Wikipedia Attack on Pearl Harbor: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attack_on_Pearl_Harbor Wikipedia Battle of the Coral Sea: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Coral_Sea Wikipedia Battle of Midway: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Midway Wikipedia Battle of the Eastern Solomons: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Eastern_Solomons Wikipedia Battle of Tassafaronga: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Tassafaronga Wikipedia Battle of the Philippine Sea: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Philippine_Sea Wikipedia Battle of Leyte Gulf: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Leyte_Gulf
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Moonalice "City of New Orleans" 2018-04-15 Pacific Grove, CA Good Old Days Festival ©2018 Moonalice
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CA-32 «Нью-Орлеан» (англ. USS New Orleans (CA-32)), ранее CL-32 — американский тяжелый крейсер времен второй мировой войны, головной корабль типа. Изначально головным кораблем типа был USS Astoria (CA-34). Несмотря на то, что она была заложена первой, «Астория» была спущена на воду позже и получила бортовой номер позднее чем «Нью-Орлеан». В связи с гибелью «Астории» в бою у острова Саво в 1942 году, головным кораблем был назначен «Нью-Орлеан». Кроме того, сразу после Гуадалканальской кампания оставшиеся корабли класса прошли капитальный ремонт, получив новые электрические и радиолокационные системы, а также более мощную ПВО. Для повышения остойчивости кораблей были облегчены надстройки (снята боевая рубка и перестроены мостики, снят один из кранов). Прошедшие модернизацию корабли и стали известны как тип «Нью-Орлеан». Тяжёлый крейсер «Нью-Орлеан» - USS New Orleans (CA-32) Служба: Flag of the United States.svg (США) Класс и тип судна: Тяжёлый крейсер. Изготовитель: New York Navy Yard Строительство начато: 14 марта 1931 года Спущен на воду: 12 апреля 1933 года Введён в эксплуатацию: 15 февраля 1934 года Выведен из состава флота: 10 февраля 1947 года Списан: 1 марта 1959 года, Разобран на металл: в 1959 году Основные характеристики: Водоизмещение: Стандартное: 9950 т, Полное — 12 463 т Длина - 176,2/179,4 м Ширина - 18,8 м Осадка - 6,9 м Бронирование: Пояс — 127…76 мм; Траверзы — 37…76 мм; Палуба — 57 мм; Погреба — 76…102 мм; Башни — 203…37 мм; Барбеты — 152 мм; Рубка — 127 мм Двигатели: 4 - ТЗА Westinghouse Мощность - 107 000 л. с. (78,7 МВт) Скорость хода - 32,75 узла (60,65 км/ч) Дальность плавания - 10 000 морских миль на 15 узлах Экипаж - 708—807 человек Вооружение: Артиллерия - 3 × 3 — 203-мм/55 Зенитная артиллерия - 8 × 1 — 127-мм/25, 8 × 1 — 12,7-мм пулемётов Авиационная группа - 2 катапульты, 4 гидросамолёта. Служба: Заложен на верфи New York Navy Yard 14 марта 1931 года. Спущен на воду 12 апреля 1933 года. Введен в строй 15 февраля 1934 года. Служил на Тихом океане в составе 6-й дивизии крейсеров. Вместе с CA-38 «Сан-Франциско» находился в Пёрл-Харборе 7 декабря 1941 во время атаки японской палубной авиации. Получил повреждения и простоял на верфи до января 1942. После возвращения в строй сопровождал конвои в Австралию и Нумеа. Действовал в составе Оперативного соединения №11. В мае 1942 участвует в сражении в Коралловом море, сняв 580 человек с горящего «Лексингтона». Принимает участие в битве за Мидуэй 4 июня 1942 года. В июле 1942 года вошёл в состав прикрытия авианосца «Саратога». После торпедирования японской подводной лодкой 31 августа «Саратоги», сопровождал её на ремонт. 30 ноября в составе Оперативного соединения №67 «Нью-Орлеан» участвовал в ночном бою у Тассафаронга. Крейсер получил попадание торпедой в носовую часть, в результате чего последовал взрыв носовых погребов. Была оторвана носовая часть до башни № 2. В сопровождении эсминца «Мори» добрался до Тулаги собственным ходом. Через Сидней ушёл в Puget Sound Navy Yard на ремонт. Вернулся в Пёрл-Харбор в августе 1943 года. Участвовал в операциях у острова Уэйк и Гилбертовых островов. В январе 1944 он занимается обстрелом японских позиций на Кваджеллейне. Во время рейда на Трук входит в состав группы сопровождения авианосцев. Вместе с CA-36 «Миннеаполис» топит учебный крейсер «Катори» и эсминец «Майкадзэ». В апреле прикрывает высадку десанта в Холландии. В его грот мачту врезается повреждённый самолет с авианосца «Йорктаун», крейсер получил повреждения, но остался в строю. Участвовал в боях у Сайпана, Трук, в бою в Филиппинском море. В октябре участвовал в сражении в заливе Лейте в составе Оперативного соединения №34. В составе крейсерской эскадры адмирала ДюБоуза потопил поврежденный авианосец «Тиёда» и эсминец «Хацудзуки». Проходил ремонт на верфи Mare Island NSY с декабря 1944 по март 1945 года. Прибыл на Улити 18 апреля и участвовал в высадке десанта на Окинаву. Потом в августе действовал в китайских и корейских водах. За годы Второй мировой войны «Нью Орлеан» получил 16 боевых звёзд.
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Subscribe to Naked Science - http://goo.gl/wpc2Q1 Every other Wednesday we present a new video, so join us to see the truth laid bare... 24th August 2005 the National Hurricane Centre in Florida scrambled its hurricane hunter aircraft, their mission, to fly into the heart of a powerful new storm that was building over the Bahamas. It was the eleventh in a busy season and had been given the name Katrina. Like all tropical storms, Katrina was powered by the surface of the ocean, warm moist air sucked high into the atmosphere then sent speeding back down to create an immense whirlpool of supercharged wind and rain. Hurricane Katrina was the deadliest and most destructive Atlantic tropical cyclone of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. It is the costliest natural disaster, as well as one of the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. At least 1,833 people died in the hurricane and subsequent floods. The most significant number of deaths occurred in New Orleans, Louisiana, which flooded as the levee system catastrophically failed. As the centre of Hurricane Katrina passed southeast of New Orleans on 29th August winds downtown were in the Category 3 range with frequent intense gusts and tidal surge. In the City of New Orleans, the storm surge caused more than 50 breaches in drainage canal levees and also in navigational canal levees and precipitated the worst engineering disaster in the history of the United States. By 31st August around 80% of New Orleans was flooded, with some parts under 15 feet of water. Between 80 and 90 percent of the residents of New Orleans were evacuated safely in time before the hurricane struck, testifying to some of the success of the evacuation measures. The Louisiana Superdome was used to house and support some of those who were unable to evacuate. Television shots frequently focused on the Superdome as a symbol of the flooding occurring in New Orleans. The disaster had major implications for a large segment of the population, economy, and politics of the entire United States. Clip from the documentary “The Year the Earth Went Wild”. Watch it here – http://youtu.be/Sx6vuSr9l34
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Every single mother has a photo somewhere of her child taking a bath as a baby, even Curren$y's mother. Shante Scott Franklin's mom's house is the first stop in this episode of ComplexTV's The Neighborhood, where she shows off a few photos of her son.
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City Park has once again planted their wildflower fields this year. Here's a look at something gorgeous and a bit of information about this planting project.
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THE missing link in the Summer 16 series is finally out, featuring special musical guest Stobie Mike Kenobi. Turn on CC in bottom right of screen for some parts with low audio! Fan funding ensures productions like this can continue, consider becoming a sponsor for 1$ an episode here https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4112833 Or send on paypal email@example.com OR snail mail: 1719 Angel Parkway Ste 400 Box 223, Allen TX 75002
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..took a short birthday trip out with some friends to THE spot of all amazing foods.. New Orleans, Louisiana! literally lots of eating & drinking & napping! no sight seeing in this one.. because all we wanted to do was eat everything we could in a matter of 2 1/2 days & well, i think we did just that! --background music/beats by:-- https://soundcloud.com/nickpacolimusic (if you or someone you know have music/beats for me to openly use for my videos.. please contact me via the email located below! would love to feature some of your content on here.. thanks!) ---------------- // keep updated with me on my other social medias \\ instagram: @yeeitscathy twitter: @lilcdawg facebook: cathynguyenmusic snapchat: @yeeitscathy && you can send mail to me here! =) P.O. Box 2669 Chino, CA 91708 *all stops/stays on our trip were made solely by personal research & recommendations! =) **for any serious inquires: firstname.lastname@example.org
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