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  • (Earth Days) Earth Days is a 2009 documentary feature film about the start of the environmental movement in the United States. It was directed by Robert Stone and is distributed by Zeitgeist Films while in theaters.
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WordGirl fights crime and enriches vocabulary as she takes on quirky villains including Birthday Girl, in Earth Day Girl; Chuck the Evil Sandwich-Making Guy in You Can t Crush City Hall; Dr. Two-Brains in Two Brain Highway; The Butcher in Jerky Jerk; Tobey in Tobey or Consequences; Mr. Big in Mr. Big; Granny May in Coupon Madness; and Lady Redundant Woman in Lady Redundant Woman. In classic superhero form, WordGirl uses her superhero strength and colossal vocabulary as she battles and prevails over evil!

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Riley martin from wiki
Riley martin from wiki
Riley Martin is the author of the book The Coming of Tan, which describes his life and his abduction by aliens and the host of The Riley Martin Show (aka Hello Earth) on Sirius Satellite Radio. Martin was born in 1946 in Mississippi to a family of sharecroppers of African American and Native American descent. He claims he was first abducted by aliens while living in Arkansas in November of 1953.[1] Martin has characterized his interaction with the aliens as positive. The Biaviian alien O-Qua Tangin Wann (also known as Tan), is listed as the co-author of his book.[2] Martin asserts that knowledge was downloaded into his brain by the aliens. He first appeared on the Howard Stern Show in 1996 and has been a frequent guest on it since as well as on the paranormal-themed show Coast to Coast AM. Howard Stern and his crew enjoy imitating Martin's colorful manner of speaking and drawl. Contents [hide] 1 The seven types of extraterrestrial beings 2 Martin on Sirius Satellite Radio 3 Memorable quotes 4 See also 5 External links [edit] The seven types of extraterrestrial beings Martin describes seven types of extraterrestrial beings who reside in a mother ship near Saturn: the Biaviians, the aliens who have had the most interaction with Martin, who are short with large heads, the Targzissians, who are malevolent reptilians, the Stagyians, who have a bony, leathery appearance and a peaceful and scientific disposition, the Dorians, who resemble blonde-haired, blue-eyed humans (see Nordic aliens), the Insectillians (aka the Skreed), who are "smart bugs" five feet tall, the Nyptonians, who are "water people" with "underwater bases" on Earth,[3] a seventh race of aliens whose name Martin can't pronounce. See Martin's illustrations of the different intelligent beings. [edit] Martin on Sirius Satellite Radio On March 27, 2006, Riley Martin was given a one hour tryout radio show entitled Hello Earth (more commonly referred to as The Riley Martin Show) on Sirius Satellite Radio's Howard 101. The show featured Martin telling his story with occasional questions by Curtis "Coopy Coop" Cooperman, his publisher and cohost, and did not feature phone calls. The show was very well received by Howard Stern and his fans. On April 3, 2006, Martin appeared on an episode of the Sirius radio show Meet the Shrink, which featured an unusual therapy session. Martin spoke of his paranormal experiences and ideas and did great deal of flirting with the therapist, Dr. Leslie Armstrong, who openly supported his paranormal ideas and wasn't entirely unreceptive to his flirting. The Riley Martin Show returned to Sirius radio on May 1, 2006. Starting with this second show, phone calls were prominently and effectively featured. On May 8, 2006 Martin put forth the idea that alien pioneers came to the Earth in prehistoric times and wiped out the dinosaurs with nuclear weapons, making room for our mammalian ancestors. Martin also plugged his hand drawn symbols, which are available for purchase at his website and can allegedly be used as "tickets" to ride in the mother ship when and if the Earth is destroyed in 2012. On May 23, 2006, when Martin was asked if the Biaviians were Greys, he responded that they are not only different, but that the Grey aliens are a cross between the Targzissians and humans (explaining their unpleasant nature) and live in subterranean caverns on Venus. On May 24, 2006 Martin called in to the Stern Show to demand more money for his radio show. He showed his angry side, which only comes out occasionally, swearing and raising his voice. He also used racial slurs, calling Stern a "cheap Jew bastard" and Robin Quivers a "house nigger bitch" and played the race card, implying that he is being cheated due to his race. The deal Martin had agreed to, and then objected to, is $200 a show. On the June 6, 2006 show, Martin spent over 40 minutes answering listener phone calls. He addressed the notion of "Biaviian" religion, expressing that the aliens look to the light spectrum for enlightenment. Martin expressed that the aliens' ability to travel faster than the speed of light indicated they were closer to this enlightenment. He indicated that some of the alien species seen on the mothership may have engaged in sexual encounters with pre-human simians in the Tigris-Euphrates delta. When asked about the status of pets on the alien mothership, Martin indicated each traveller can bring one pet aboard, but that beloved animals could be regenerated by the "Biaviians" from a hair or saliva sample. The next broadcast of "The Riley Martin Show" will take place on June 20, 2006 at 7 p.m., on Sirius Satellite Radio's Howard 101. [edit] Memorable quotes O-Qua Tangin Wann aka "Tan""...and things of this nature." "...and things like this." "...and what have you." " to speak.
Drunken British Man on a Stag Party
Drunken British Man on a Stag Party
This man willingly volunteered to be photographed, although I can't understand why. I suppose anyone in a diaper parading around the streets of a foreign country must be a terrible exhibitionist to begin with. Prague is literally filled with drunken Brits on stag parties - men and women. The women (or "hens") are usually wearing matching outfits, sometimes consisting of bunny ears, tutus, outfits from the musical Grease, or just T-shirts with things like "before Brenda's special day" written on them. Gag. The men mostly come here to enjoy the cheaper beer, prostitutes and strippers. A sad but true fact. They descend on English-speaking girls like vultures in any bar, and are usually the worst scum-of-the-earth with virtually incomprehensible working class accents embellished by the heavy drinking. They refuse to learn one word of Czech - "prosim" and "pivo" will take you a long way here - and they are utter nuisances to everyone they come across, Czechs and expats alike. These are my people, so I'm allowed to be a just a little embarrassed and rude.

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