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Roy Hill Mine Camp
 
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Roy Hill Mine Camp (The Roy Hilton) Western Australia
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Modern Hopper Car Unloading
 
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Ergonomic way of unloading hopper cars..
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Somewhere Around Barstow - Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1/10) Movie CLIP (1998) HD
 
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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas movie clips: http://j.mp/1yzoXod BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/ufvdw9 Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: Driving to Vegas in a convertible, Duke (Johnny Depp) and Dr. Gonzo (Benicio Del Toro) start to hallucinate when their drugs begin to take hold. FILM DESCRIPTION: Terry Gilliam (Brazil, Twelve Monkeys, The Fisher King) directed this colorful, stylized, pseudo-psychedelic $21-million adaptation of the 1971 Hunter S. Thompson classic, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey into the Heart of the American Dream, about stoned sportswriter Raoul Duke, Thompson's alter ego, on a wild drug-crazed road trip, a paranoid plummet into the belly of the beast, with his pal, lawyer Oscar Zeta Acosta. Originally serialized in Rolling Stone (November 1971), the book catapulted Thompson headfirst toward the Kerouac-Mailer-Capote pantheon and jump-started the entire movement of "gonzo journalism." Carrying a suitcase of drugs, Raoul Duke (Johnny Depp with shaved pate) and his attorney Dr. Gonzo (Benicio Del Toro) drive a red convertible across the Mojave from L.A. to Vegas, where Duke has an assignment to cover the Mint 400 desert motorcycle race. As the drugs kick in, Duke ventures into voiceover, filling in the blank spots and narrative gaps. "This is not a good town for psychedelic drugs," says Duke, but even so, they consume vast quantities, eventually escalating to ether. Duke notes that with ether "you can actually watch yourself behaving this terrible way, but you can't control it." The two trash their hotel room, and Gonzo goes back to L.A. Thinking the hotel room holocaust will lead to an arrest, Duke begins a drive back to L.A., but after an odd encounter with a highway patrolman (Gary Busey) and a telephone conversation with Gonzo, he returns to Vegas to cover the District Attorney Convention on Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs in the glitzy Flamingo Hotel. This time the drugged-out duo trash their Flamingo room. The crazed carnival atmosphere segues into a carney casino, Bazooko's Circus, where a barker (Penn Jillette) spiels amid aerialists, clowns, and a rotating carousel bar. Gonzo worries over runaway teen Lucy (Christina Ricci), who paints portraits of Barbra Streisand. Soon the hallucinations begin: Duke sees Gonzo transmogrify into a demon with breasts on its back, and an acid vision of a Vegas bar features large legit lounge lizards (courtesy of monster makeup man Rob Bottin). Flashbacks depicting Duke's intro to the drug scene jump back to love-Haight relationships in San Francisco's Summer of Love. Cameos and guest stars include Mark Harmon, Cameron Diaz, Flea, Lyle Lovett, Harry Dean Stanton, Ellen Barkin, Tobey Maguire, and Hunter S. Thompson himself. The film features a Geffen Records soundtrack mixing rock of the period with Vegas lounge tunes. Over the years, various script adaptations came and went as did numerous talents; people connected with past efforts to film Thompson's book include Martin Scorsese, Jack Nicholson, Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, and writer-director Alex Cox. Shown in competition at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. CREDITS: TM & © Universal (1998) Cast: Johnny Depp, Benicio Del Toro Director: Terry Gilliam Producers: Harold Bronson, Patrick Cassavetti, Richard Foos, John Jergens, Laila Nabulsi, Stephen Nemeth, Elliot Lewis Rosenblatt Screenwriters: Hunter S. Thompson, Terry Gilliam, Tony Grisoni, Tod Davies, Alex Cox WHO ARE WE? The MOVIECLIPS channel is the largest collection of licensed movie clips on the web. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MOVIE CHANNELS: MOVIECLIPS: http://bit.ly/1u2yaWd ComingSoon: http://bit.ly/1DVpgtR Indie & Film Festivals: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Hero Central: http://bit.ly/1AMUZwv Extras: http://bit.ly/1u431fr Classic Trailers: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Pop-Up Trailers: http://bit.ly/1z7EtZR Movie News: http://bit.ly/1C3Ncd2 Movie Games: http://bit.ly/1ygDV13 Fandango: http://bit.ly/1Bl79ye Fandango FrontRunners: http://bit.ly/1CggQfC HIT US UP: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1y8M8ax Twitter: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Pinterest: http://bit.ly/14wL9De Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1vUwhH7
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HermitCraft: Episode 1 - Getting The Ball Rolling.
 
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We do a bunch of work in the episode on the HermitCraft server. Construct the spawn building, do some farming, create and Iron Golem farm. Its all looking good! -Server List- Aureylian http://YouTube.com/Aureylian Biffa2001 http://YouTube.com/Biffa2001 Cilantro http://YouTube.com/CilantroGamer GenerikB http://YouTube.com/Generikb Hypnotizd http://YouTube.com/Hypnotizd IAmSp00n http://YouTube.com/IAmSp00n Jessassin http://YouTube.com/TheJessassin Joe Hills http://YouTube.com/JoeHillsTSD Juicetra http://YouTube.com/Juicetra Keralis http://YouTube.com/Keralis Kingdaddydmac http://YouTube.com/kingdaddydmac King Happy http://YouTube.com/Queenkinghappy Luclin http://YouTube.com/minecraftwb Monkeyfarm http://YouTube.com/monkeyfarm Mumbo Jumbo http://YouTube.com/ThatMumboJumbo Pungence: http://YouTube.com/AssyrianAssass1n Red3yz http://YouTube.com/red3yz Skyzm http://YouTube.com/skyzmplays Topmass http://YouTube.com/Minecrafted Ven0mKisser http://Twitch.tv/ven0mkisser Xisuma http://YouTube.com/xisumavoid ZombieCleo http://YouTube.com/ZombieCleo ------------------------------------------------- Important Links:- intro: Crafted Movie - Doors Song http://www.youtube.com/user/CraftedMovie http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QIYoyDcIJU outro: ProleteR - April Showers http://www.youtube.com/user/proleterbeats Texture Pack: Faithful 32x Donate! - http://goo.gl/CcSmO Follow Me On Twitter - http://goo.gl/30oiw Donations: £3+ A personalised Sign on HermitCraft with Name - Youtube and amount! £20+ A House on HermitCraft built in your name + A sign. Box spot on my channel as well as a spot in the description of my videos for a month. £50+ 3 Houses on HermitCraft, an Iron sign, a box spot on my channel, a shout out in one of my videos! Copyright: Minecraft's Terms of Use (https://minecraft.net/terms) states "...you are allowed to put ads on your YouTube videos containing Minecraft footage, you're free to do whatever you want with screenshots and videos of the game," under "What You Can Do".".
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InstructureCon 2015 Keynote, Josh Coates, CEO
 
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Instructure is a technology company committed to improving education. We provide instructors and students with modern tools and resources that empower and simplify the learning experience. Instructure offers Canvas, the open, easy-to-use, cloud-native learning management system, as well as Canvas Network, an index of open, online courses by educators everywhere — from Ivy League institutions to community colleges.
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A11yNYC Jun 2018 - Understanding Transportation Challenges for People With Disabilities in NYC
 
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Understanding Transportation Challenges for People With Disabilities in NYC - A11yNYC Meetup - Jun 5 2018 SLIDES: http://bit.ly/a11y-June2018 TRANSCRIPT: http://isoc-ny.org/a11ynyc/a11ynyc_jun2018.txt Survey after survey shows that transportation poses a challenge for people with disabilities that directly affects their ability to access higher education and employment, but few get into the specific barriers that people face or how they overcome them. At the same time, generalized travel and time-use surveys tend to exclude disability as a demographic variable, or reduce the question of disability to a yes or no question. Researchers in different fields have been making use of GPS and other mobile apps to conduct research, but many spend a lot of time and money to develop their own mobile apps. Frustrated by a lack of data and challenged to find a way to collect travel data with mobile technology on the cheap, Jessica decided to develop her own research protocol. OurMobility.org uses Google Maps and a free survey app called PACO to collect objective and subjective information about travel behaviors and experiences. The goals are to learn about the obstacles and delays New Yorkers face while they're in transit, learn about disability-specific challenges, and compare the challenges people with and without disabilities face and how they deal with those challenges. She will talk briefly about her background, share results for the pilot phase of Our Mobility, and discuss the future of accessible transportation in New York City. Presenter Bio: Jessica Murray is a doctoral student in developmental psychology and a fellow for the Futures Initiative at The Graduate Center, CUNY. She earned a BFA in Design from the University of Texas at Austin in 2003 and worked as a graphic designer in a variety of media in Dallas, TX, and in New York City. During this time, she developed interests in interpersonal work relationships and the interplay of work and home environments with a keen interest in commuting and transportation. While enrolled as a Masters student at The Graduate Center, her interests changed to reflect her growing awareness of obstacles that impact independent mobility for people with disabilities. Her thesis was titled, Work-Life Experiences for People with Mobility Disabilities Living in New York City, and examined structural and environmental issues affecting daily life with a mobility disability. As her research has progressed, her focus has expanded to understand barriers that impact people with all types of disabilities, and she is working to advance the limited research in this area. She has also dedicated time to advocacy in the last year to bring attention to the inaccessible New York City transportation system, working with a coalition of local disability advocacy organizations and MTA leadership. https://www.meetup.com/A11yNYC/events/250786260/ ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY NYC New York City is home to virtually every type of person and every type of company on earth. Our group exists to advance accessibility and inclusive design. Our goal is to bring together NYC's accessibility community to share ideas, best practices, and our experiences. If you're interested in accessibility and inclusive design then we want you in this group. We meet monthly, our previous presentations are archived on this YouTube channel - https://youtube.com/a11ynyc Follow us on Twitter @A11YNYC https://twitter.com/a11ynyc
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Gordon Joseph Cummings
 
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Interview with Gordon Joseph Cummings. From the Cornell Memorial Statement: Gordon Joseph Cummings was born in King Ferry, Cayuga County, New York, on April 30, 1919, the son of Peter and Ida Cummings. During Gordon's formative years, when life in the 1930s of the Great Depression was so difficult and opportunities were limited, Peter Cummings alternated jobs between farming and work in Ithaca; in these alternations, young Gordon attended schools in both locations. These early years in a small upstate community laid the groundwork for a theme that would run through Gordon's entire life, namely, a love for rural life and the small communities in the state. The Cummings were Irish and Roman Catholic, and as such exposed to the underside of upstate New York in the 1920s and 1930s. Gordon told of the Ku Klux Klan dumping nails in the road in front of their farm. However, typical of Gordon, he told this straightforwardly, without bitterness, even with a twinkle in his eye. Gordon graduated from King Ferry High School and immediately enrolled at Cornell University. His university education was interrupted by World War II, during which he was stationed in Okinawa and Japan. He was in Nagasaki, Japan just five days after the atomic bomb destroyed that city. As an agent of the Counter Intelligence Corps, he had close contact with the Japanese people and came to appreciate many aspects of the Japanese and other Southeast Asian cultures. After the war, he returned to Cornell to complete a Bachelor of Science degree in 1948, a Master of Science degree in 1950, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1954. Immediately after completing his Ph.D. degree, he joined the Department of Rural Sociology in the College of Agriculture as an Assistant Professor with a predominant responsibility in Extension. The core subject of the more than 50 reports, articles, and papers he would write, dealt with "Leadership in Rural Life," "How to Identify Policies and Organization to Improve Community Life," and, near the end of his career, "The Evaluation and Improvement of Health Care in Rural Areas." One of the many projects in which he participated and of which he was most proud was "Operation Advance." This work on public policy and public decision-making was joined by Professors Clifford R. Harrington and Edward A. Lutz, and together they prepared discussion guides on topics such as "Community Growth and Development," "Education and the Future," "Resources - Land, Water and People," "The Changing Environment for Living, Work and Play," and "Managing Community Growth." Related to these topics, among the courses he taught were those titled "Small Towns," "Sociology of Leadership," and "Organization of Rural Health Care." His projects were largely implemented through the auspices of the Cornell Cooperative Extension Service. He also served as Department Extension Leader for many years and, along with Professor Robert Polson, on the New York State Citizens Council Field Service Committee. In 1975, he spent his sabbatic leave with the New York State Health Department in Albany, helping to organize Comprehensive Health Planning and community mammogram centers for breast cancer screening. He also served as Chair of the Planning Committee of the Governor's Health Advisory Council. Professionally, he was a member of the Rural Sociological Society, the Adult Education Association, and the Community Development Society . His passion for the local community extended into his retirement years. He became Historian for the town of Genoa, and the village of King Ferry in Cayuga County, and was the first President of the Board of Directors of the Genoa Historical Association. Gordon was President of the Community Development Federation and on the Board of Directors of Blue Cross of Central New York. After a long marriage he was predeceased by his wife, Jane Powers Cummings, and is survived by son Thomas (Beverly Ludke) of Pittsford, New York; son Gregory of Washington, D.C.; son Daniel (Danielle) of Syracuse, New York; daughter Molly (David Rose) of Rochester, New York; and four grandchildren. At his funeral Mass in King Ferry, they observed that the heart of his life concerned his family; their accounts of "Life with Pop," were filled with love and affection, and, most of all, with respect. They also recognized that Gordon Cummings loved Cornell as an institution in its variety of activities, and especially its Cooperative Extension program in playing out its role as part of a Land-Grant University, as well as the various communities of people with whom he worked so closely. Paul R. Eberts, Frank W. Young, Eugene C. Erickson
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