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Tracy Chapman Amnesty International Across the Lines, Live for Amnesty International. I think she has an amazing talent and uses it to make a difference.
Tags: tracy  chapman  across  the  lines  live  amnesty  international 
Added: 31st March 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
John Cleese and Graham Chapman A really funny clip from the masters of British comedy, Monty Python. John Cleese and Graham Chapman 'How to Irritate People'. I love these guys!!
Tags: monty  python  john  cleese  graham  chapman  michael  palin  how  to  irritate  people  british  comedy   
Added: 31st March 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
Ray Chapman Tragedy On August 16, 1920, Ray Chapman, the Cleveland Indians second baseman, became the only fatality in the history of major league baseball. Chapman died as a result of being hit in the head by a pitch thrown by New York Yankees pitcher Carl Mays. Chapman batted in an exaggerated crouch, so Mays' pitch was just barely out of the strike zone. Chapman died of a severe skull fracture about 12 hours after the mishap. Mays voluntarily turned himself into police and was quickly exonerated of all blame. Chapman's death prompted major league baseball to institute a policy that required soiled or damaged balls to be replaced by spotless white ones so batters could better see pitches. The days of the 'dead ball' and overwhelmingly dominant pitchers were over.
Tags: Ray  Chapman 
Added: 16th August 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
The Life Of Brian TV trailer 1979 a television trailer for the 1979 movie "Monty Python's The Life Of Brian", the third feature film of the famous comedy ensemble
Tags: Monty  Python  The  Life  of  Brian  TV  movie  trailer  television  comedy  1970s  1979  Graham  Chapman  Flying  Circus 
Added: 16th June 2009
Views: 786
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Posted By: robatsea
Raymond Johnson Chapman Grave Raymond Johnson Chapman (January 15, 1891 – August 17, 1920) was an American baseball player, spending his entire career as a shortstop for Cleveland. He is the second of only two Major League Baseball players to have died as a result of an injury received in a game. Chapman was hit in the head by a pitch thrown by Yankees pitcher Carl Mays. His death led Major League Baseball to establish a rule requiring umpires to replace the ball whenever it became dirty. His death was partially the reason MLB banned the spitball after the season.
Tags: Raymond  Johnson  Chapman  Grave  baseball  player    Yankees  pitcher  Carl  Mays  shortstop  for  Cleveland  spitball 
Added: 31st October 2009
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Posted By: Cliffy
Robert Stanfield Fumble Photo Think liberal media bias is only common to American politics? Think again! Robert Stanfield is often referred to by Canada's political right as 'the greatest prime minister Canada never had.' On May 30, 1974, during the Canadian federal election campaign, photographer Doug Ball captured his most famous image--a shot of Conservative candidate Robert Stanfield dropping a football during a rest stop at North Bay, Ontario. '[Stanfield was] knock-kneed, hands clasped awkwardly, grimacing as a football slipped between his bony fingers,' recalled Ball. It was the defining photo of Stanfield’s political career. That afternoon, Stanfield aide Brad Chapman brought out a football for some exercise, and Ball shot 36 pictures of Stanfield throwing, catching and--just once--awkwardly fumbling the football. In a glaring example of ‘image politics’ all too common in Canada, the Toronto Globe and Mail ran the unflattering picture on its front page under the headline, 'A political fumble?' No Canadian newspaper ran any of the 35 available photos of Stanfield catching the ball. The photo may have cost him the election, but Stanfield never held any grudges about the photo, which won Ball a national newspaper award. He autographed a copy it for Ball more than a decade later, signing, ‘To Doug: I should’ve taken off my tie. Robert Stanfield.’
Tags: media  bias  Robert  Stanfield  football  fumble  photo 
Added: 18th September 2010
Views: 3296
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Posted By: Lava1964

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