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Beyoncé Gets Slapped In The Ass By Male Fan During Concert @ Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark. (Original)

This is the original video. A concert goer gets a little overexcited. “I’m gonna have you escorted out of here” – And so she did. Video recorded at May 27th,…

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National Enquirer, March 5, 2012-Whitney Houston-The Last Casket Photo of Her During the Viewing. Whitney:The Last Photo! Inside Her Private Viewing.

National Enquirer, March 5, 2012-Whitney Houston-The Last Casket Photo of Her During the Viewing. Whitney:The Last Photo! Inside Her Private Viewing.

National Enquirer, March 5, 2012-Whitney Houston-The Last Casket Photo of Her During the Viewing. Whitney:The Last Photo! Inside Her Private Viewing. [Paperback] [Jan 01, 2012] National Enquirer, March 5, 2012-Whitney Houston-The Last Casket PHoto of Her During the Viewing. Whitney:The Last Photo! Inside Her Private Viewing.

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Oh no! Madonna Falls and Stumbles During Superbowl XLVI 46 Halftime Show

Madonna Falls During Superbowl XLVI 46 Halftime Show and it was on video! The Superbowl XLVI 46 Halftime Show changes when Madonna falls! What do you think slackers? My Twitter, follow me if you’d like to contact me Tweet at me using #TeamSlacker at end of your tweet! twitter.com Link to the video I referred to today: www.youtube.com If you are reading this, comment the video saying: Oh no Madonna! Keywords: Madonna Falls During Superbowl Halftime Show Madonna Falls During Super Bowl Halftime Show 2012 Madonna Falls During Superbowl Halftime Show2012Wow! Madonna falls during Super Bowl Halftime 2012 superbowl 46 Half-time Halftime (song) lmfao mia nick minaj stumbles half time
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Told You So – 2011 Doritos Superbowl Commercial Ad by jjkenjr As a neighbor trims his hedges he notices something very appetizing next door… Crash the Superbowl here: www.crashthesuperbowl.com
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KKXG: KING KONG VS GIGANTOSAURUS (First Edition): The Adventures of Yuriko Kumage During the Greatest War on Earth

KKXG: KING KONG VS GIGANTOSAURUS (First Edition): The Adventures of Yuriko Kumage During the Greatest War on Earth

CAPTAIN YURIKO KUMAGE of the Japanese Defense Force (JDF) accepts a top secret mission from the American Commander-in-Chief to stop a rogue military outfit from illegally harnessing fusion energy. The rogues are based on a remote island in the South Pacific known as East Island. If the energy is developed properly, the fear is the power can be used to topple democratically elected governments, anywhere in the world. Therefore, Kumage is teamed up with Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent, John Max, a former United States marine. On the island, the agents discover a gigantic, ancient wall designed specifically to protect the native islanders from an entity known as the God. However, as hemispherical events unfold concurrently off

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Glenn Stewart vs Adam Blair Fight during the Game

WATCH FULL VIDEO :::: goo.gl nyone who plays rugby will tell you that it’s a gentleman’s game. Players will beat the hell out of each other for roughly 80 minutes and then grab a beer and laugh about it afterward. But there’s nothing gentlemanly about this fight between Melbourne and Manly (really, that’s their name) in the National Rugby League. Any sports fight is generally entertaining, but the ferocity of this fight in conjunction with the announcers play-by-play simply makes this brawl top notch. The video begins with a few punches thrown between the teams during a break in the action. But things quickly escalate after the fight is broken up and Glenn Stewart begins jawing with Adam Blair near midfield. The players quickly begin exchanging punches (to the tremendous delight of one fan, who can be heard cackling at the :35 mark of the video), and then, as the announcer says, “Here come the reinforcements!” From there, for lack of the better term, a scrum breaks out. Interestingly, Blair is sent off even though he didn’t throw the first punch in his confrontation with Stewart. Or as it’s expertly described, “What’s [Adam Blair] done? Head butted the fist of an opponent?” Perhaps the most surprising aspect of the fight: Just minutes before it began, members of the Melbourne squad showed great sportsmanship in supporting a Manly player who suffered a neck injury until medical help could arrive. Manly ended up winning the match 18-4, and we’re going to guess that the
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Lansdowne Road , Dublin – March 30, 2003 (ESPN Highlights). England buried the ghosts of past Grand Slam failures to seal their first championship clean sweep since 1995 with an emphatic win over Ireland at Lansdowne Road. The mishaps at Wembley, Murrayfield and Dublin two years ago were consigned to history as Clive Woodward’s side swept to victory in commanding fashion. An early try from Lawrence Dallaglio and second-half scores from Mike Tindall, Will Greenwood (2) and Dan Luger proved more than sufficient to douse the Irish fire. Jonny Wilkinson added 15 points from two drop goals, three conversions and a penalty to secure England’s 12th-ever Grand Slam.
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England Rugby Player Loses It During Interview – Sportsvibe TV

England International James Haskell loses it during an exclusive interview with Sportsvibe.co.uk. See the incredible footage here.
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Soccer Player Dies During Game

Miklos Feher the 24-year-old striker collapsed during a league game against Vitoria Guimaraes — the victim of an apparent heart attack. However, after a four-and-a-half hour autopsy the causes of Feher’s death were still not known.
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Eating Italian Food during your Italy vacation

Eating Italian Food during your Italy vacation

Italian food will be very important to you during and after your vacation in Italy. Most people are usually surprised by the diversity of food in Italy, especially if they expect to eat pizza, pasta and spaghetti during their time their. You may get your fill of these classics while you are in Italy, but you will also want to make sure you get your fair share of local delicacies too. Make sure the food you eat is made from locally grown ingredients, and make sure you pair the food with some great wine and you will be experiencing Italy at its best.

Italian food is classed into 3 regional types. Northern, Central and Southern. While visiting Northern Italy, you will find that the food here is less “Italian” than you would expect. For example they use less olive oil and more butter. They also eat more rice and corn polenta here than pasta, and tomato sauce is not used very often. Northern Italian food also includes a lot  of wild game found in the countryside. These include wild fowl, rabbit and quail. Northern Italy also has some coastal towns as well as some towns and villages near streams and rivers. So if you visit Northern Italy during your Italy vacation, you may eat a lot of seafood and fish.

 What we know as “Italian food” comes from Central Italy. Olive oil, cheeses and rich tomato sauces all hail from central Italy. The coastal areas here are also well known for seafood. Italian cooking was said to have been born in Tuscany, which is a region in Central Italy. Some of the best olive oil comes from Southern Italy. But very little of it is exported so make sure you sample the olive oil here during your Italy vacation. Naples, a city in this area is well known for its pizza and southern Italy as a whole grows a lot of citrus fruits and has many vineyards. Some of the best wines in the world come from Southern Italy.

You may eat at several local restaurants during your vacation in Italy. However one of the best ways to sample some of the different food that Italy has to offer during your vacation is to take a cooking class, or make your vacation a culinary one. Many of these classes and culinary vacations include going on a winery tour or wine tasting events. Cooking classes can range from a few hours, to half a day and they range in price from about 0 to 0. Many of these are hosted by families in homes or small inns. Some of these classes are taught by excellent chefs many of whom have written Italian recipe books and manage restaurants. They will teach you which food goes with which wine to make for a delicious meal. During your Italy vacation you can also learn how to make your own homemade spaghetti and authentic tomato sauce.

No matter which region of Italy you find yourself in, you are in for a culinary treat. Remember to book your vacation at myroadtotravel.com

myroadtotravel was created in late 2007 as way for my wife and I to do what we love most…Travel. We love to share our experiences with others and have recently created our first blog myroadtotravelblog.com to help us do just that. Through this blog, we offer travel tips, our own personal experiences/adventures and photos from our vacations. Please stop by and give us your feedback and remember, for all your travel booking needs please visit us at myroadtotravel.com

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Visiting The Vatican City During Your Italy Vacation

Visiting The Vatican City During Your Italy Vacation

One of the most popular destinations for those travelling to Italy is that of Vatican City. Most people do not know that this is a sovereign city-state. This means that it makes its own rules and has its own governing system independent of the Italian system. Vatican City is a walled state within the city of Rome. It is the smallest independent state in the whole world with only a little over 100 acres. It was formed in 1929 under an agreement between the Kingdom of Italy and the Holy See. The Holy See refers to the central governing system of the Catholic Church headed by the Pope. The Pope is also known as the Bishop of Rome. Vatican City houses the official residence of the Pope and it is visited by millions of people each year.

You can enter the Vatican City through the famous St. Peter’s square. This square is characterized by great Baroque architecture from the 1600′s and includes symbols of the church motherly embracing its people in its arms. St. Peter’s Basilica is another place you can visit in the Vatican City while on your Italy vacation because it is also found in St. Peter’s square. It is the most notable building in Vatican City and this church’s dome can be seen for miles around Rome. St. Peter’s Basilica seats 60,000 and is said to be the largest building in the Christian church. It is noted for being the burial site of St. Peter who is said to be the founding father of the Catholic Church by being the first Bishop of Rome. The discovery of his tomb was announced in 1950 after a decade of archeological research.

Catholic tradition says that St. Peter is buried under the altar of this Basilica and therefore all the Popes since then have also been buried in the Basilica (the most recent being Pope John Paul II in April 2005). At the entrance of the Basilica are statues of Christ, St. John the Baptist and 11 of the 12 apostles. You can enter the Basilica for free during your Italian vacation if you are properly dressed with no bare shoulders or knees. If you would like to attend mass you should go to the Basilica on a Sunday.

There are several other places to see here during your Italy vacation. The largest museum in the world is also found in Vatican City. It has over 1400 rooms and galleries that represent 3000 years of art. The Sistine Chapel is also found here and is known for being the private chapel that the cardinals go to when electing a new Pope.

So what is the best way to see all the sights that the Vatican City has to offer during your Italian vacation? There are guided tours available that can be taken for half a day or longer. You can take a guided tour of just the museum, or a guided tour to include all the important places of interest in the Vatican City and this will ensure that you don’t miss a thing here on your Italian vacation. Remember, for all your vacation and travel needs visit us at myroadtotravel.com.

myroadtotravel was created in late 2007 as way for my wife and I to do what we love most…Travel. We love to share our experiences with others and have recently created our first blog myroadtotravelblog.com to help us do just that. Through this blog, we offer travel tips, our own personal experiences/adventures and photos from our vacations. Please stop by and give us your feedback and remember, for all your travel booking needs please visit us at myroadtotravel.com

This video was shot off our cruise balcony on the 2nd day of our honeymoon. See a view of Venice Italy unlike no other. I was able to get alot of famous Venice landmarks including St Marco’s Square. Venice (Italian: Venezia, Venetian: Venesia or Venexia) is a city in northern Italy, the capital of the region Veneto, a population of 271251 (census estimate January 1, 2004). Together with Padua, the city is included in the Padua-Venice Metropolitan Area (population 1600000). Venice has been known as the “La Dominante”, “Serenissima”, “Queen of the Adriatic”, “City of Water”, “City of Bridges”, and “The City of Light”. It is often cited as one of the most beautiful cities in the world.[1] The city stretches across 118 small islands in the marshy Venetian Lagoon along the Adriatic Sea in northeast Italy. The saltwater lagoon stretches along the shoreline between the mouths of the Po (south) and the Piave (north) Rivers. The population estimate of 272000 inhabitants includes the population of the whole Comune of Venezia; around 62000 in the historic city of Venice (Centro storico); 176000 in Terraferma (the Mainland), mostly in the large frazione of Mestre and Marghera; and 31000 live on other islands in the lagoon. The Venetian Republic was a major maritime power during the Middle Ages and Renaissance, and a staging area for the Crusades and the Battle of Lepanto, as well as a very important center of commerce (especially silk, grain and spice trade) and art in the 13th
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