Rock With You Ringtone

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  • "With You" is a song written and performed by Ashley Walters and Mutya Buena. It was produced by the team Swindle Productions for Ashley Walters's 2009 self-titled album, and was released as his second single from the album.
  • "With You" is the second single from Jessica Simpson's 3rd album In This Skin. Released in 2004, the single peaked inside the U.S. top twenty and UK and Australia's top ten.
  • "With You" is a pop/R&B song by Chris Brown, nominated for 2008 MTV Video Music Awards and written by Johnta Austin, Tor Erik Hermansen, Mikkel Eriksen, Espen Lind, Amund Bjorklund, and produced by Stargate. It was released as the third single from Brown's second studio album Exclusive (2007).
  • A sound made by a mobile phone when an incoming call is received
  • Ringtone is a 2010 Malayalam film by Ajmal starring Suresh Gopi, Bala and debutant Megha Nair.
  • Internet Leaks is the third EP from "Weird Al" Yankovic. It was released digitally on August 25, 2009, although all of the songs were initially released as separate digital singles between October 2008 and August 2009.
  • A ringtone or ring tone is the sound made by a telephone to indicate an incoming call or text message. Not literally a tone, the term is most often used today to refer to customizable sounds used on mobile phones.
  • move back and forth or sideways; "the ship was rocking"; "the tall building swayed"; "She rocked back and forth on her feet"
  • Rock music
  • A gentle movement to and fro or from side to side
  • a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter; "he threw a rock at me"
  • Rock and roll
  • material consisting of the aggregate of minerals like those making up the Earth's crust; "that mountain is solid rock"; "stone is abundant in New England and there are many quarries"
rock with you ringtone - Rock Science
Rock Science Kit
Rock Science Kit
This is a great kit for the young rock hound where he/she can learn to test, classify & identify the three types of general rocks. Included in this Rock Science Kit are five rocks in each of the 3 major rock classifications: Igneous: Igneous rocks are called fire rocks and are formed either under or above ground. Underground, they're formed when the melted rock, called magma, deep within the earth becomes trapped in small pockets. As the magma pockets cool slowly underground, the magma becomes igneous rocks. Igneous rocks are also formed when volcanoes erupt. Metamorphic: Metamorphic rocks are rocks that have "morphed" into another kind of rock. These rocks were once igneous or sedimentary rocks. Sedimentary: For thousands, even millions of years, little pieces of earth have been eroded--broken down and worn away by wind & water. These little bits of our earth are washed downstream where they settle to the bottom of the rivers, lakes, & oceans. Layer after layer of eroded earth is deposited on top of each. These layers are pressed down more and more through time, until the bottom layers slowly turn into rock. Learning is easy with the way each rock is numbered & referenced from the Identification chart, where you find the name & type of each rock. Great classroom source for your next geology lesson, or for use as a science fair project. Anyone will definitely enjoy learning with this hands-on Rock Science Kit! Whether you're a young student learning geology, or a rock hound by hobby, this is a great way to learn about rocks! Includes: * Instructions and Rock Identification Key: Provides instruction identifying common rocks. * Rock Specimens: The 15 specimens in this kit are examples of common rocks that have distinct physical characteristics. * Magnifying Lens: This is one of the most important tools for a petrogolist, because identifying rocks involves close observation. Warning: Choking hazard due to small parts. Not for children under 3 years old.

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Hallmark of Our Love, an Indecent Proposal
Hallmark of Our Love, an Indecent Proposal
Hallmark, are you out there? Are you sensitive enough to the streetwise zeitgeist to recognize opportunity? Do you dare push your own envelopes to put out a line of infrastructure graffiti greetings? Will you landmark where no greeting card company has gone before? It’s rare to walk a street or drive an alley that doesn’t have a graffiti tag, if not an indisputable piece: on rooftops, under overpasses, across sidewalks, up telephone poles, under backsides on bus stop benches. Nearly every conceivable space may have a graffiti writ, many of them expressions of love. Imagine a modern woman opening her door to a Cornerstone Love Note delivery. Maybe of a cherished local haunt that the city wouldn’t save but her lover specially selected to express his ardent love. The styles of these structural fragments could be as diverse as cities and towns themselves: the direct Chicago style wrought iron, homey bungalow, straightforward horizontals of Prairie Style overhang, impassioned excess of Rococo facade, under siege Antebellum column, and streamline and sleek Bauhaus Laubenganghauser. Not to mention the simplicity of a tagged asphalt shingle, an acid etched window, or the ironic contrast of dumpster lids. What could better communicate an enduring heart than a You’re Still My Support Girder? Styles and materials as varied and unfettered as love itself. People have always had the option of writing their own notes and cards, risking a crafty doodle, a collage, even extending beyond the card into bold swoops of banners. Hallmark built a greeting card business, even an empire, on letting people select just the right card for any occasion. Staffing well skilled graphic artists and writers, once referred to by the Daily Herald as Ghostwriters of the Public Heart. Admirably, you’ve kept up with the times with E-cards, photo cards, ringtones but have you balanced technology with the grit of the streets? Have you considered the cinderblock heart? Filled out pixels, gifs and tones with paint, brick, and mortar? The full potential of this venture became clear during a recent flight. As the plane left the ground, I noticed spray paint on the tarmac, “Don’t Go, Delia!!!” As the plane rose higher, the text got smaller and smaller, framed more and more by the airport runways, then open grasslands, then surrounding towns until it was just an emotive spec on the planet earth. Five rows ahead of me was a young woman flattening her nose against the window. Her breath left torrid condensation on the double-paned plexiglass. The very sight had me pining for love myself. Mile High Lavatory Door Miss You Note, anyone? Not everyone has skill with a spray can and a willingness to risk federal prosecution. But a little lobbying with the Department of Aviation and the National Transportation Safety Board and your legal department could broker a deal. Tagged asphalt notes could soon line the runways of America. Going away and welcoming tarmac slabbery would change the very nature of air travel. Airplane cabins would pulse with tangible, lip quivering emotion. As it is, advertising fills and gluts our daily lives. There’s barely a perspective to be had that doesn’t contain an ad. How much better to clutter our vistas with personal, architectural and infrastructural expressions. Graffiti artists have long moved toward the art world legitimacy in galleries. Isn’t it time the greeting card industry wholeheartedly embraced graffiti art's rebel fringe? Think of the orders you'd get: a full girder note ala CTA Blue Line, Bungalow Anniversary Gable. Get Well Balustrade. Love You Linoleum Tile for Valentine's Day, anyone? Or should I say, everyone! Well, Hallmark, have your entrepreneurial embers been stirred? Though I hesitate to broach this topic, not all relationship continue ad infinatum love and affection. Love affairs end, friends grow apart. Old greeting cards might be trashed, maybe recycled, and, by those of a symbolic bent, burned. With the Hallmark infrastructure notes, not so easy. An even small section of a Sweetest Day Tenement Stoop could weight hundreds of pounds. Hallmark could be there not just in the good times, but supportively during the bad as well. If a customer didn’t want to trash a corrugated shipping container greeting, a sensitive Hallmark Graffiti Street Team could buff or go over the painful memory. It could be repainted with appealing text and artwork of either a scream therapy style or of a more contemplative Buddhist mandala. All according to the customers wishes. If need be, a demolition crews could come in to dismantle wall segments for eventual earth friendly reuse. Closure is by its nature emotional but how much more healing if it’s structurally symbolic as well. Valentine’s day is already upon us. Though it’s too late to ratchet up for a country wide blitz, it’s not too late for subtle introduction. Imagine the impact, when word leaks, of an alderman sending his wife a Firehouse Red Chimney
TotC - Coole Swan Tasting
TotC - Coole Swan Tasting
Sean Muldoon would gladly mix you a drink if he could just stop giggling. Someone in the audience's phone rang and the ringtone was a jig. i didn't quite catch Adrian's response, but it sounded a lot like "I don't do requests." Having bypassed the Coole Swan table at the On The Rocks tasting last night I couldn't help think it was kismet which led me to their tasting this afternoon, so I shuffled in and had a taste. Marvellous! And this is coming from someone who despises any form of cream mixed with their spirits! Seriously, this stuff is a true delight to taste! It has a smooth texture and taste and is sure to compliment any cocktail calling for a cream liqueur. Coole Swan is produced by the same people that refined Bailey's Irish Cream. Unsatisfied with sitting at the top level of cream liqueurs, they decided to strike out on their own and take things to the next level, and they succeeded tremendously! Coole Swan has just signed with a Louisiana distributor so look for it on your spirit store shelves soon! And if you don't see it, ask for it! You'll be glad you did!

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