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04/24/2014
Snowmobilers Charged By Angry Moose
A New Hampshire couple got more than they bargained for, while snowmobiling in Jackson, Maine. The couple, identified as Janis and Bob Powell of Belmont, N.H., were riding along a snowmobiling trail on Friday when a moose jumped out in front of them. They followed the moose for a short distance before it suddenly veered off the snowmobile track, turned around and charged them. The moose proceeded to charge several more times, one time even grazing Bob Powell, during the frightening standoff that lasted about two minutes. Bob Powell tried to keep the snowmobile between himself and the moose. He fell back to his wife’s machine when the moose charged. With no trees to use as cover, Janis Powell fired a warning shot toward the moose. Unperturbed, the moose stared at the couple for a few seconds longer before ambling off down the trail.
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04/24/2014
Buckingham Palace Royal Guard Points SA80 at Tourist
Buckingham Palace Royal Guard Points SA80 at tourist when he tries to clime the fence.
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04/24/2014
Arab Being An Arab
Crazy Arab man eats eggs, fire & cigarettes.
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04/24/2014
Man Narrowly Escape Getting Hit By a Train
This 77-year-old man from the Czech Republic has never been luckier. As he foolishly scurries across a train track, the man mis-times his walk and almost gets killed by a speeding train. The train comes so close to hitting him on the tracks that it actually does. His foot is clipped by the train and you can see one of his shoes fly across the video. Judging by how fast his shoe is catapulted, you can imagine what would have happened to the rest of his body if he was half a step slower.
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04/24/2014
Anti-Semitic Leaflets Handed Out In Ukraine
The chief rabbi of the eastern region of Donbass has called on Ukranian security services to protect the Jewish community after men in balaclavas distributed threatening leaflets outside the synagogue. About 15,000 Jews live in Donetsk; the leaflets many of them received were signed by the pro-Russian group People's Republic of Donetsk but the group say the letter is a fake and is designed to discredit Moscow's supporters. The BBC has obtained CCTV footage that shows how leaflets were distributed. Natalia Antelava reports from Donetsk.
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04/24/2014
When Life Does Not Go As Usual...
Excerpts from an interview with Yated, Israel
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04/24/2014
Members Of Williamsburg Shomrim Charged In Assault
Five members some are from the neighborhood watch group in Williamsburg have been charged with attacking a young man back in December. They allegedly chased 23-year-old Taj Patterson down Flushing Avenue while he was walking home. Patterson was allegedly jumped by the group and police say they beat him up. Patterson suffered multiple injuries to his head and body and lost sight in one eye. Rabbi Moshe David Niederman, President of United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg and North Brooklyn‏, sought to ease tensions amid today’s, condemning the gang attack against Taj Patterson with ‘the strongest possible terms.’ “The bedrock of the Williamsburg community is tolerance for one and ​an​other,' said Rabbi Niederman. 'Any act of violence by any individual, against anyone,​ for whatever reason, is condemned in the strongest possible terms. We will continue to build bridges between all communities, as we have done in the past, to create a better Williamsburg for ​all of ​its residents.
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04/23/2014
Zemiros Choir Singing Fried At Concert
The Zemiros Choir singing Avraham Fried's song 'Du' at a concert on Chol Hamoed Pesach 5774
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04/23/2014
Nikelsberg Rebbe Motzei Pesach 5774
The Nikelsberg Rebbe singing with Chassidim on Motzei Pesach 5774
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04/23/2014
Woman Leads Police on High-Speed Chase With Daughter In Lap
It all started with a kidnapping and some cocaine. Aubrey Coy, a Michigan woman, led police on a high-speed chase after kidnapping her 5-year-old daughter during a supervised visit on Sunday. Coy reached speeds of up to 75 miles-per-hour during the chase, and, at one point, pulled her daughter into her lap. Police used stop sticks to blow out the car's front tires. Once stopped, Coy refused to let go of her daughter. Police found cocaine in the car. Coy now faces seven felony charges and one misdemeanor, including child abuse, cocaine possession, resisting arrest and operating under the influence of drugs. 'I have no idea how I got here,' Coy said during her arraignment on Monday, WSBT reported.
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04/23/2014
Bubble Football
Greatest sport ever?
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04/23/2014
Burning Chametz - A Study of Fatherhood in Orthodox Judaism
Taken on the fly in Monsey NY in 2014. The unique loving relationship between the fathers and their children is clearly an intrinsic part of Orthodox Judaism!
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