Posts Tagged ‘Video’
Here’s some really cool electronic stuff, circa 1983:
(HT: Geeks Are Sexy)
Talking about this term in Church yesterday… Here’s the original.
At Church, Buddy has started preaching a series on Hope. The conclusion of this Sunday’s service consisted of “Cardboard Testimonies.” If you haven’t seen those before, it’s basically a procession of individuals who proclaim what God has done, and is doing, in their lives. It was incredibly challenging, seeing the people you know and love, and the situations that they’ve been born into or placed into, declaring that no matter the circumstance, their Hope is in God.
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In the following video, onboard cameras capture the amazing journey of Atlantis into space, and the dramatic return of the solid rocket boosters. For those who wish to skip to the most interesting part, fast-forward to 2:25.
Engadget summarizes it perfectly:
Advertisers have finally picked up on what we’ve known all along: nerds are the modern day rock stars.
Today, demolition crews started working on demolishing the Birmingham International Raceway. Well, sorta:
|BIR demolition begins|
This video really saddens me. I remember my parents taking me to BIR when I was a kid to see the races. It was some of the best clean fun you could have. If memory serves me correctly, it was still hosting races up until the very end.
king mayor, Larry Langford, was instrumental in a plan to tear down one of the oldest race tracks in the USA, and replace it the “Fair Park project”, whihc will include a natatorium with an Olympic-sized pool and an indoor track arena that will allow state high schools to once again hold indoor track competition.
Funny, I didn’t realize there was a big push for indoor track competition in Alabama.
I’m also sure that it’s mere coincidence that the new project is being built in FairField, which is where LaLa was previously the mayor.
It’s a good thing that there are no other buildings in Fairfield that could have been demolished, instead.