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Lloyd Dobler Effect

December 7th, 2014

Lloyd Dobler impact
Event on 2015-01-03 22:30:00

Drawing through the diverse Washington, D.C. music scene, Lloyd Dobler impact fuses rock, percussive rhythms and vocal harmonies to generate an intricate and fresh noise. LDE's multi-layered and positive music showcases their universal interest both main-stream contemporary rock fans and culturally diverse audiences. Chris Bruno, the groups guitar player, states that our music seems to relate genuinely to a broad spectral range of many years and races. I think that individuals who appreciate good song framework, well thought-out words and passionate real time shows appreciate our noise, and so in this way, our music crosses any kind of barriers regarding age, ethnicity and sex.

at The Hamilton Reside
600 14th St NW
Washington, United States

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Real Life Idiocracy in America – The Obama Effect

February 20th, 2014

Real Life Idiocracy in America - The Obama Effect

The Obama Effect – Real Life Idiocracy in America – Obama Supporters Aren’t Sure What Party the President is Associated With. Subscribe to http://www.YouTube…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Photoshop: How to Make a BOKEH Background & Text Effect

January 26th, 2014

Photoshop CC tutorial showing how to make a great-looking bokeh background and bokeh text effect. Flowers image: https://db.tt/pSuqgNVb Dosis Font: https://d…


Learn about How to Design (within Few minutes) Slim and fit body in adobe Photoshop. yes, you can learn it. this very easy video and step by step. many peopl…


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Washington Capitals Intermission with Mass Effect 2 (Afterlife) Music in Background

May 9th, 2013

I was watching the Capitals game and thought I recognized the music in the background during the telestrator. Original: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POHscf…

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The MoveOn Effect: The Unexpected Transformation of American Political Advocacy

March 12th, 2013

The MoveOn Effect: The Unexpected Transformation of American Political Advocacy
Event on 2013-04-03 00:00:00
124 Mt. Auburn Street, Suite 200-North
Wed., Apr. 3, 2013, 4:10 – 5:30 p.m.

Online politics is neither limited to "clicktivism" nor comprised of "organizing without organizations." In David Karpf's new book, he presents evidence that the new media environment has given rise to a new generation of political advocacy groups. These organizations have redefined membership and fundraising regimes. They have established novel tools for gauging supporter opinion and pioneered nimble mobilization tactics that keep pace with the accelerated media cycle. These tactical innovations have not spread equally to older interest groups. Nor have they spread equally across the political spectrum—"netroots" political organizations are much stronger on the left than the right. In Karpf's research presentation, he will highlight key findings and ongoing puzzles regarding the nature and scope of the "MoveOn Effect" in American politics.

Gazette Classification: Lecture, Social Sciences
Organization/Sponsor: Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy
Speaker(s): David Karpf, School of Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University
Cost: Free and open to the public
Contact Infobruce_jackan@hks.harvard.edu
More infowww.ash.harvard.edu…

at Harvard University
1350 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, United States

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If you have ever taken vicoden how did it effect you?

October 12th, 2012

Question by Mayberry Mayla: If you have ever taken vicoden how did it effect you?
I was put on Vicoden after I had an accident at work.
And feeling the effects of it now got me curious to how others felt when taking it. I lost my papers that have the side-effect.
It makes me feel very very happy, loopy, and talkative, then very hungry and then very very drowsy. I don’t know if that’s normal or not. Lol
A girl I work says it just makes her throw up.

How do you feel on it?

Best answer:

Answer by Andrew
I took vicoden when i broke my ankle in 3 places. For me the pain went away then i passed out like an hour later. But then again everybody side effects can be different depending on your body.

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Vicoden: side effects and treatments

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Crash Course – The Side Effect – Anti knowhere League

September 13th, 2012

Crash Course – The Side Effect – Anti knowhere League
Event on 2012-12-01 19:00:00
A great night of punk music in one good venue ;-))

at Southsea Pier

Southsea, United Kingdom

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Nokia 6700 Classic Chrome Mirror Effect

August 10th, 2012

A few nice classic images I found:

Nokia 6700 Classic Chrome Mirror Effect
classic

Image by aresjoberg
A look at the sky through the reflections of the beautifull Nokia 6700 Classic. What you see is the keypad part, wich is just as shiny as the rest of the phone.

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Colorado Ballon Classic 2009, Labor Day Weekend, Prospect Lake in Memorial Park in Colorado Springs, CO
classic

Image by Beverly & Pack
Colorado Ballon Classic 2009, Labor Day Weekend, Prospect Lake in Memorial Park in Colorado Springs, CO.

This Fake HDR tutorial was utilized to bring out colors and details. Although I didn’t follow the directions completely, going off the ventured path, it’s an example of the tutorial.

iPod Classic and iPod Video
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Image by yum9me
Front of the Black iPod Classic next to iPod Video. 5.5G and 6G 80GB side by side.


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Do you think some of the music on radio today is having a effect on our kids?

July 14th, 2012

Question by Terry: Do you think some of the music on radio today is having a effect on our kids?
A person used to be able to play country music while around children but don’t you think the music is becoming more and more unappropriate? For example all the songs about sex and now adays it seems alcohol has become a popular subject like Tequila makes her close fall off, and Alcohol, lets get drunk and be somebody, all jacked up. Do you agree with me that they are going to have a negative effect on our kids. Its funny for adults but I don’t think it should be on the radio! I have even heard the pep band at a high school basketball game play the song all jacked up!! Is it any wonder alcohol is becoming a increasing problem with our children today!

Best answer:

Answer by sleepwalker69
parents have been saying this for years just look at the sex pistols. i think its all part of growing up and i thought it was great oh and ive got 3 good kids

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The Concert Effect – Better Known As Ringing Ears Concert

June 30th, 2012

Ringing Ears Concert – Not a New Band
Have you ever had ringing in ears after listening to soft music? Probably not, but if you have ever attended a loud concert, you may have experienced a condition sometimes referred to as “ringing ears concert.” Luckily, this condition is only a temporary side effect of listening to loud music for a short period of time; however, listening to loud music on a continual basis may permanently damage your ears.

Attending a concert, listening to and watching your favorite band play their hearts out can be the thrill of a lifetime. However, when the music is too loud or you when you are sitting too close to the speakers or the stage, your ears are exposed to extraordinarily loud sounds. Our ears are delicate organs and were not meant to be abused by such loud sounds.

Why Mom told you to turn the music down
Within your inner ear are thousands of tiny hairs cells.

These tiny hairs vibrate when sound waves pass over them and convert the sound waves into acoustical vibrations. These vibrations are sent to the audio portion of the brain which coverts them into sound. Studies have shown that loud music damages these tiny hair cells. When these hair cells become damaged, they begin to leak continuous signals to the brain resulting in the constant ringing or other ear noise tinnitus suffers hear.

“Ringing ears concert” is not limited to listening to live bands. Listening to loud music in the car or via headphones or ear plugs can also create the same phenomenon. In addition, it is not only music that can cause ringing in the ears, other loud sounds such as gunshots or blasts from explosions can also cause the ringing. The general consensus is that a sound level of 70 dB’s or higher for an extended period of time may cause damage to your ears. As a point of reference, a vacuum emits a sound of approximately 70 dB’s while a lawn mower emits a sound of approximately 85 dB’s

Can I take two aspirin?
Yes, but it won’t help unless you have a headache. The best thing to do after leaving a loud concert is to relax as much as possible and do not subject your ears to anything loud until your ears can adjust back to normal. If the ringing is simply too much, play soft music in the background as this will help to mask the ringing sound.

If you rarely attend concerts and are not normally around loud sounds, there shouldn’t be any concern of harm being done to your ears. However, if you listen to loud music or are around loud sounds on a regular basis, over time you may develop tinnitus.

The best way to avoid ringing in your ears after a concert is not to attend concerts. We all know that is not practical and highly unlikely so the next best piece of advice is to wear ear plugs the while attending a concert and stay as far away from the speakers as possible. Taking precautions to protect your ears is the best antidote to developing tinnitus.

My name is Kevin Cordahl and I have been a Tinnitus sufferer for many years. I have spent countless hours reading and studying everything published by top experts in the field of Tinnitus. To learn more about Tinnitus suffering and what can be done to reduce if not eliminate the constant ringing in your ears, check out my website here.

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