Showing posts with label Video. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Video. Show all posts

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Back in Time by Pitbull

From Pitbull's album "Global Warming" this song is amazingly dope, so to speak. Even though this song came out in 2012, I can listen to it now in 2014 and it just never gets old, as I never get tired of hearing it.


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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Empty Farewell


 
A symphonic rock song by Sarah Afshar. Recording with lyrics, coming soon!

Monday, December 3, 2012

Murphy says hi

My adorable yet very vocal cat says hi...
 
 

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Welcome to Yellowstone National Park 2012

 
 
Yellowstone is such a fascinating place. If you haven't had the opportunity to visit, I truly recommend visiting today. You will never see a place like this ever in your lifetime. 

Friday, April 6, 2012

The truth about Kony 2012

These are some very insightful yet interesting facts about the whole "Kony 2012" crusade. I have to admit, I actually bought into the "Kony 2012" movement simply because it is/was an act of awareness. It was taking a negative and simply making it into a positive, using a very deep yet moving message. 

The truth is, there is a man named Joseph Kony that really exists, but the documentary that is going around the internet projects an entirely different message than what really does exist. In fact, the newest video (the actual follow up) has disabled the ability to rate and comment via YouTube. 

To separate fact from fiction, I saw holes in this documentary the moment they mentioned Jacob. He is the only African boy they mention in the Kony 2012 video. The biggest problem that I noticed is that they fail to mention any other people who live in Africa. They use one person's alleged commentary to support an entire cause? A cause asking for your time and your money.

Also think about this (and it isn't hard), if you were not a shady fraud, wouldn't you encourage dialogue and give individuals (especially Americans) that right to comment on something that is asking for their money and time?

This entire movement has more holes in it than the finest Swiss cheese you can find. I have spoke with several individuals who have been banned by the Invisible Children Instagram simply because they picked out small these holes (which are passed off as alleged fact) that this entire campaign lacks absolutism. The Invisible Children encourages people to donate their time and money, yet when they are questioned, they ban people? Even when there is zero ad hominem involved? No spam ad nauseum either.

That seems very shady to me. At this point, I do have a relatively mixed opinion on Kony 2012, but overall I think it is a ploy to generate revenue using an approach that lacks bona-fide knowledge. Great job Billy Housh for doing an incredible job filming this.

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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

One of the best scenes from any movie that I have ever seen...

Speak Lord, speak to me! I just love it. The soul has sold me...


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Monday, March 19, 2012

This was an amazing tribute to Whitney Houston


Just thought that I would share this. Yet another reason to love Yolanda Adams. If you can't see the video, just click here right now.

Some inspiration to start off Monday...


One of my favorite singers is definitely Yolanda Adams. I have been a big fan of her since I heard this song, which was back in 2002. I think even Whitney Houston quoted her as having one of the greatest voices she has ever heard. I think she's on the same wavelength as what Whitney is/was. If you can't see the video, just click here right now.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

My cat says hello

My cat Murphy saying hello. Despite being quite frisky and finicky, she is very intelligent and also extraverted. She is very capable of communicating relatively well and it is obvious that she understands the English language.



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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Medical Marijuana Reform - Does the Montana State Legislative Really Support It?



Interview with Tawnya LaFond, a medical marijuana caregiver from Butte, MT who discusses the relevance and importance of medical marijuana reform for the state of Montana and why offering it is a good idea.

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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park



 
A glimpse of Old Faithful during an eruption at Yellowstone National Park on Saturday, July 16th 2011. I also had the opportunity to capture a very popular basin area of the park, the Midway Geyser Basin.
 

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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Unchained Melody by Heart



Thank you to Travis for recommending that I listen to this rendition. Ann Wilson is incredible. If you can't watch the video above, just click here.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Praying For Time by George Michael



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Lyrics:


These are the days of the open hand
They will not be the last
Look around now
These are the days of the beggars and the choosers


This is the year of the hungry man
Whose place is in the past
Hand in hand with ignorance
And legitimate excuses


The rich declare themselves poor
And most of us are not sure
If we have too much
But we'll take our chances
Because god's stopped keeping score
I guess somewhere along the way
He must have let us alt out to play
Turned his back and all god's children
Crept out the back door


And it's hard to love, there's so much to hate
Hanging on to hope
When there is no hope to speak of
And the wounded skies above say it's much too late
Well maybe we should all be praying for time


These are the days of the empty hand
Oh you hold on to what you can
And charity is a coat you wear twice a year


This is the year of the guilty man
Your television takes a stand
And you find that what was over there is over here


So you scream from behind your door
Say "what's mine is mine and not yours"
I may have too much but i'll take my chances
Because god's stopped keeping score
And you cling to the things they sold you
Did you cover your eyes when they told you


That he can't come back
Beacuse he has no children to come back for


It's hard to love there's so much to hate
Hanging on to hope when there is no hope to speak of
And the wounded skies above say it's much too late
So maybe we should all be praying for time


-George Michael

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

The Show Must Go On by Celine Dion

When browsing YouTube, I came across Celine Dion's rendition of The Show Must Go On. I think she did a great job.



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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Kyle singing Grenade

 
 
The day of the 2nd day of auditions in Dallas for XFactor, a bunch of us decided to sing and jam right in front the convention center. It was a great time. Here is Kyle Jeffers singing Grenade by Bruno Mars.

Monday, June 20, 2011

James and Kyle sing I Can't Get Next To You



Kyle and James tearing up the classic I Can't Get Next To You by The Temptations after our second X Factor audition.


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James and Kyle, as well as, myself singing The Show Must Go On



I was filming James and Kyle and didn't realize that I actually had sung along with them. I love Queen and this song totally rocks. We had a blast after our 2nd auditions for X Factor in Dallas, TX. This is just one of the many examples of what happened during the 2nd auditions of X Factor 2011 in Dallas, TX.


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Saturday, June 18, 2011

Shane singing Hey Jude



This is not only one of the most audacious and risky renditions of Hey Jude by The Beatles, it is one of the most bad ass covers I heard yet. Shane Paul Smith totally rocked it. This is just a glimpse of what happened after the second X Factor auditions in Dallas, TX.

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Friday, June 17, 2011

James singing It's Late



James singing It's Late by Queen. I like his rendition because it's soulful, yet simple. James McCowan. This is just glimpse of what happened after the second X Factor auditions in Dallas, TX.

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