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Leafs Add Toughness In May Trade - Sportsnet.ca SPORTSNET.CA Brian Burke, president and general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced that the hockey club has acquired forward Brad May from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/2009/01/07/may_brad_trade_leafs/
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2010 May » Brad's Blog Dear Lazyweb, Its come time for me to upgrade my laptop. Its gotten to the point that I don’t expect to be able to get any coding work done when I travel because builds take 68x http://blog.lassey.us/2010/05/
Extractions: So, has anyone else been in the market recently? Any recommendations? Tags: Wed 5 May 2010 Posted by Brad Lassey under Uncategorized Comments Off and on their own lines if line.find(" ") != -1: break; headerLen += len(line) header.append(line) chunkCount = 0; chunkFile = open("wpxml_chunk0.xml", "w") chunkData =  itemData = [" ") != -1: if headerLen + chunkLen + itemLen white furniture plus a brown dog. Might not be the best decision I ever made.
Extractions: (2005–present) William Bradley Brad Pitt (born December 18, 1963) is an American actor and film producer. Pitt has received two Academy Award nominations and four Golden Globe Award nominations, winning one. He has been described as one of the world's most attractive men, a label for which he has received substantial media attention. Pitt began his acting career with television guest appearances, including a role on the CBS prime-time soap opera Dallas in 1987. He later gained recognition as the cowboy hitchhiker who seduces Geena Davis 's character in the 1991 road movie . Pitt's first leading roles in big-budget productions came with A River Runs Through It (1992) and Interview with the Vampire (1994). He was cast opposite
2009 May - Brad Trost If you travel to the United States at all, I hope you’ve been paying attention to the radio and newspaper ads telling you to get a passport to travel south of the border. http://www.bradtrost.ca/commentary/2009/05/
Extractions: May 28th, 2009 If you travel to the United States at all, I hope you’ve been paying attention to the radio and newspaper ads telling you to get a passport to travel south of the border. While this has been a requirement for air travel, it now extends to crossing the border by car as well. The need for a passport to travel to the U.S. is not a Canadian government requirement. It is an American rule, a result of 9-11. This passport requirement was actually supposed to be implemented a couple of years back. But lobbying by Canadian MPs convinced the U.S. Congress to delay the new restriction. While I’m hopeful that these new rules won’t hurt trade between Canada and the U.S., I am saddened by the ‘thickening” of the border between our two countries. While business has slowly been finding ways to work with border regulations, ordinary travel is sure to be affected. Americans who want to come up to Canada for a weekend will pass on the opportunity and our two nations could grow farther apart. Canada and the U.S. have fought together in six wars in the last 100 years; many families have ties on both sides of the border. It is not a good thing that our American cousins have retreated behind a wall, afraid of the world. As a Member of Parliament, I will continue to work to keep Canadian travel and trade free. I will keep explaining to my American colleagues why the United States needs to be open to Canada.
2010 May | Brad Powers Brad Powers has a wealth of experience in the field of online marketing which makes him a valuable asset to any company working to push itself forward in today’s market, which is http://www.bradpowers.org/2010/05/
Extractions: Marketing Solutions May Author: Brad Powers has a wealth of experience in the field of online marketing which makes him a valuable asset to any company working to push itself forward in today’s market, which is largely online. What makes someone like Powers so popular and sought-out in this area, is that he has a unique approach to online marketing without escalating costs. Indeed, Powers’ methods actually reduce costs yet still manage to increase revenues. So basically for anyone who wants to sell their products in today’s world, using Brad Powers’ online marketing methods might be very worthwhile. Brad Powers and Global E-Marketing In today’s world, e-marketing seems to be the way to go. Since everything is done on the Internet, it would make sense to market one’s products via the web as well. Successful businessman Brad Powers has understood this concept well and sees how the web can bring media to individuals and businesses throughout the world. Tags: Brad Powers Online Marketing
Brad Nessler - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Brad Nessler (born June 3, 1956 in St. Charles, Minnesota) is an American sportscaster, who currently calls college basketball and college football games for ESPN with occasional http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brad_Nessler
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This biographical article needs additional citations for verification . Please help by adding reliable sources . Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately , especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (October 2008) Brad Nessler (born June 3, 1956 in St. Charles, Minnesota) is an American sportscaster , who currently calls college basketball and college football games for ESPN with occasional appearances on ESPN on ABC . He appears annually as a commentator in EA Sports NCAA Football Nessler began his professional broadcasting career sharing play-by-play radio duties with Al Ciraldo on Georgia Tech basketball on WGST-AM from 1980-81 through 1984-85, and handled the play-by-play for the Atlanta Falcons from to on WGST and WSB-AM before assuming the same position for the Minnesota Vikings during the 1988 and seasons. He also called preseason telecasts for the
2009 May « Brad Barry The Daily Texan, Life Arts 05/05/09 Intelligence. Fake Surfers. In the Red Though lumped in with the recent wave of lofi punk music, Seattle’s Intelligence have crafted an http://bradbarry.wordpress.com/2009/05/
Extractions: @import url( http://s0.wp.com/wp-content/themes/pub/silver-black/style.css?m=1286590326g ); Filed under: Album Reviews Intelligence Intelligence Fake Surfers In the Red Though lumped in with the recent wave of lo-fi punk music, Seattle’s Intelligence have crafted an album that offers more than distorted, trebly riffing. While there are certainly punk elements throughout Fake Surfers —noisy guitars, thick, smarmy bass riffs, and shouted vocals battle for attention—here those sounds, along with an infectious, youthful attitude, are applied to a much more diverse collection of musical styles. Fake Surfers haphazardly switches from dark, drum machine dirges to sunny, careening pop, but somehow the skuzzy songs fit together. This bizarre coherence is best witnessed toward the end of Fake Surfers during a string of three of the album’s best songs. The run starts with the slow build and release of “Thank You God for Fixing the Tape,” a raucous journey through the theological musings of a teenager by way of a hooky, repetitive vocal line. This dense piece disintegrates into a ramshackle, country-fried cover of Wounded Lion’s “Pony People,” complete with thick organs and acoustic guitars. From here, things move in a more tropical direction with “Singles Barge,” which takes those acoustic strums and drags them through the sleazy territory that the title hints at. Though diverse and episodic
Extractions: NME.COM First For Music News site web NME Artists NME.com feature on brad-yoder including news, reviews, biography, youtube video, audio, concerts, tour dates, photos, pictures, commentary, album reviews and live reviews and cool facts. amzn_wdgt.keywords='brad-yoder'; amzn_wdgt.tag='nmeartistarticle-21'; amzn_wdgt.widgetType='SearchAndAdd'; All brad-yoder Albums back to top Brad Yoder on the MSC Back Patio @ Marshall University singing his song Stupid. Click to add a description... Here is a clip of Pittsburgh native Brad Yoder and bassist Jason rocking out on Brad's song "Head Together". This was the best jam that the Union has seen this semester, by far. Rock on, gents! Brad Yoder at the Daily Grind in Richmond, VA. Check out Brad at www.bradyoder.com. Visit the Daily Grind at http Brad Yoder "Stalking Poetry"
Extractions: @import url(http://static.ning.com/socialnetworkmain/widgets/index/css/common.min.css?xn_version=3728269290); @import url(http://static.ning.com/socialnetworkmain/widgets/video/css/component.min.css?xn_version=2300511507); @import url(http://static.ning.com/acousticguitarclub/instances/css/theme_1287697112.css?xn_version=201010212118); Search Welcome to the Acoustic Guitar Community. Tim May performs "Lonesome Fiddle Blues", joined by fellow flatpicker Brad Davis and the publisher of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Dan Miller, on bass. This was taped by John Hotze ( www.johnhartford.org ) at the Peaceful Bend Winery in May 2009 (the flatpicking festival). Thank you for all your good work John. Tim May is a world-class guitarist, resophonic guitarist, and mandolinist who started out playing banjo in the family band growing up in Mississippi. Hearing Tony Rice and Dan Crary made a flatpicking guitarist convert out of him in a big way, and Tim has spent years exploring and pushing his craft.
2007 May - Brad Trost Senators (and no I’m not referring to the NHL hockey team) have been playing games in Ottawa. Now I know that the Senate is probably the most disrespected political institution http://www.bradtrost.ca/commentary/2007/05/
Extractions: May 22nd, 2007 As of May 18th the Senate has spent a total of 353 days debating a bill that will restrict the terms of senators to eight years. Senators are not elected (that may change soon) they are appointed. And senators serve until they are 75 years old. They are accountable to no one. But this bill (Bill S-4) only affects new senators, so why are the Liberal senators fighting so hard to keep this piece of legislation from becoming law? There are two reasons why Liberal senators are opposed to limiting their term in Canada’s “Chamber of Sober, Second Thought” to eight years. First, they know Bill S-4 will inevitably lead to an elected Senate, with legitimate (i.e. elected) senators and illegitimate ones (i.e. appointed patronage hacks). Democratization of the Senate will put pressure on appointed senators to leave their jobs. The second reason why Liberal senators are stalling the bill: They are upset at getting caught wasting taxpayers’ money. In September of 2006, four senators and three support staff spent a week at a swanky hotel in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. Their hotel bill alone cost you the taxpayer $30,000.
Brad May - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Brad S. May (born November 29, 1971) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey left winger who played in the National Hockey League (NHL). He grew up in Stouffville, Ontario, but http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brad_May
Extractions: Buffalo Sabres Playing career Website BradMay.ca Brad S. May (born November 29, 1971) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey left winger who played in the National Hockey League (NHL). He grew up in Stouffville Ontario , but played his rep minor hockey in Markham Ontario . A veteran of over 1,000 NHL games, May was known more for his enforcing skills than his scoring touch. May was also noted as being a solid leader in the Locker room and in the season he won the Stanley Cup with the Anaheim Ducks Brad May was drafted by the Buffalo Sabres , 14th overall, in the first round of the 1990 NHL Entry Draft . May is famous for scoring a series clinching goal in the Adams Division semi-finals against the Boston Bruins in game four by deking-out Boston defenseman Ray Bourque , which is when broadcaster Rick Jeanneret made the famous "May Day!"
2007 May « Brad Barry “Wrap me in a blanket of patience.” Will Courtney, lead singer of Brothers and Sisters, delivers these words almost offhandedly at the beginning of “I Want You,” a track from http://bradbarry.wordpress.com/2007/05/
Extractions: @import url( http://s0.wp.com/wp-content/themes/pub/silver-black/style.css?m=1274400606g ); Filed under: Show Previews Brothers and Sisters Show Preview “Wrap me in a blanket of patience.” Will Courtney, lead singer of Brothers and Sisters, delivers these words almost off-handedly at the beginning of “I Want You,” a track from the band’s self-titled debut. Despite its casual delivery, this phrase is a ripe and descriptive metaphor for the sound of the Austin-based group. The music of Brothers and Sisters is the aural equivalent of a familiar, warm blanket. With, at times, up to 10 members contributing to the band’s sunny hymns, the sound of Brothers and Sisters very literally wraps around the listener. The lush instrumentation and pulsing rhythms that the band provides are at once comforting and reassuring, pulling listeners into the well-worn contours of the songs. Once deep within the folds of the song, Will Courtney’s lyrics begin to conjure hazy memories and images of another time. Taking equally from the homespun, earthy tales of classic country and the sun-drenched harmonies of the Beach Boys, Courtney’s are the types of songs that just feel like home. In this respect, the music of Brothers and Sisters resides within the same realm of comfort as records like , and Paul Simon’s Graceland Though they have tapped into this well of timeless classics, the music of Brothers and Sisters add more to the mixture by incorporating components of the Austin music scene. Along with showing hints of the city’s patented alt-country sound, many of the band’s compositions mirror the openness of the Texas landscape, with swooping pedal-steel and soaring back-up vocals. But, even with this spaciousness, the songs still feel intimate and close – like they are being performed in your basement at home.