A cop and his expensive fiancée, a bank teller, plan the perfect bank robbery. All goes well until the FBI suspects, almost immediately, an inside job.
Quirky made-for-TV comedy stars Dylan Walsh as an ex-Navy Seal romancing money-loving bank worker Brooke Shields. After deciding that the best way to get rich quick is to rob his girlfriend’s workplace, Walsh begins plotting a daring heist. But when a dogged FBI agent catches wind of the plan, will the greedy couple be able to fulfill their extravagant dreams? Rip Torn, Sherie Rene Scott co-star. 91 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
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Please go here for a Massively upgraded HQ audio version of this vid: www.youtube.com … Torrential downpour!! … and my camera still works !! Yes, I know the audio is sub-par but I wanted to share this…possibly the most fun Ive had at a show.
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Jon Bon Jovi, member of the White House Council for Community Solutions discusses the Summer Jobs+ Bank — a new resource to connect young people to summer employment opportunities. www.whitehouse.gov
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Reflections on Economic Development: Toward a New Latin American Consensus (Inter-American Development Bank)
Using the seminal work of development economist Dr Raul Prebisch, the author attempts to reconcile economic efficiency with social justice. He uses this to trace the principal stages of Latin American development and thereby chart a course for the future.
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O Julio o Enrique Iglesias…. (gira musical del cantante español y su hijo)(TT: Julio and Enrique Iglesias) (TA: concert tour by Spanish singer and his son): An article from: Semana
This digital document is an article from Semana, published by Spanish Publications, Inc. on June 19, 1997. The length of the article is 554 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.
Title: O Julio o Enrique Iglesias…. (gira musical del cantante español y su hijo)(TT: Julio and Enrique Iglesias) (TA: concert tour by Spanish singer and his son)
Publication: Semana (Magazine/Journal)
Date: June 19, 1997
Publisher: Spanish Publications, Inc.
Volume: v4 Issue: n226 Page: p20(1)
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George Michael (The Final Act – Amazing, I’m Your Man & Freedom) Symphonica Tour @ Jyske Bank Boxen Herning, Denmark 02.09.2011 Everyday I get many messages with questions from users, so I decided to write a small FAQ about the recordings. 1. Camera used is a Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7 with 12x optical zoom and records in HD. Panasonic Lumix series, is in my humble opinion, some of the best pocketcams on the market, and very reasonable priced! But newer Panasonic Lumix than mine is out now, and even more packed with features and specs. 2. Recordings was made from first row, dead center in front of stage. 3. In respect of George Michael, I will NOT ever sell or exchange these recordings with other recordings – so don’t send me more questions about this. Recording and publishing these clips on Youtube is allready enough copyright violation… I hope you understand 4. The recordings published on my channel, is the only recordings I have. Unfortunately no other recordings, and also no recordings from GM’s following concert in Copenhagen. Also – don’t forget to watch the rest of my videos from same show on www.youtube.com
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These Days, I do All of My Banking Business Online.
I opened my first checking account about 14 years ago and did nearly all of my banking on my own. I’d balance my checkbook manually, and on those rare occasions I needed to check my balance for something, I would either call an automated system or simply wait for my monthly statement to arrive.
That all changed after a few years when I found that I could do my banking business online, and I have been doing it that way ever since.
I have to admit that I love doing my banking business online for a number of reasons. When I think back to the days of balancing my checkbook and making sure that everything jibed with my statements each month, I have to laugh a little, because it just seems so archaic.
It is so easy to go online, look up your bank account information and balance everything electronically. I can see what money I have coming in, check for fees being taken out, see when they are withdrawn from my account and adjust my records accordingly.
Another thing that I really love about doing my banking business online is that I can easily transfer money from my checking account to my savings account and vice versa. I try to put money from checking into savings every time I get paid, and there have been a few times that I had to take some money out of savings to cover some larger bills.
One of the biggest benefits of doing my banking business online is the fact that it is so much quicker than having to call the bank, go through a series of prompts, and then typing in your checking account number and password. Then you have to hear more prompts before it gets to the option of hearing your account balance.
If something was off, there was no way to see what the problem was and correct it until my monthly bank statement came. By doing my banking business online, I can look at my entire transaction history and see exactly what has been done with both my checking and savings accounts. There is a tremendous peace of mind that goes along with that.
I also like that fact that banking online allows you to look at other features the bank offers, such as IRA accounts and investment opportunities. It really helps in terms of financial planning, and you can research at your own pace without having to go to the bank to talk to a personal banker.
For me, performing my banking business online has made my life much easier. I know that it is not for everyone, as I know many people who still prefer to do it the old-fashioned way. I, however, could not imagine doing it any other way and would recommend trying it out to anyone interested in simplifying their life.