No slouch, and therefore, not really in need of a two-thousand-horsepower modification. Yep, this Lamborghini Gallardo has been treated to a pair of twin-turbos strapped onto its V10 to make 2000bhp.
All that power and no extra downforce also means things get… squirmy. Attempting a half-mile pass, the twin-turbo Gallardo loses control at a very high speed, and then veers right, off the track and straight into a lake.
Luckily the driver wasn’t injured in the accident.”
Uploaded on Oct 19, 2011
” “Jumping at Shadows” (Bennett)
“Sandy Mary” (Green)
“If You Let Me Love You” (B. B. King)
“Loving Kind” (Kirwan)
“Coming Your Way” (Kirwan)
“Madison Blues” (James)
“Got to Move” (James)
“The Sun Is Shining” (James)
“Oh Baby” (James)
“Tiger” (Ollie Jones)
“Great Balls of Fire” (Jack Hammer, Otis Blackwell)
“Tutti Frutti” (Joe Lubin, Penniman, Dorothy LaBostrie)
“On We Jam” (Green, Kirwan, Spencer, John McVie, Mick Fleetwood) “
And the next two years aren’t looking any better there Joe …
Published on Nov 4, 2014
” Elvin Bishop – Full Concert
Recorded Live: 6/15/1973 – Winterland (San Francisco, CA)
Elvin Bishop – guitar, vocals
Johnny Vernazza – guitar, vocals
Bill Slais – piano, vocals
Michael Brooks – bass
Donny Baldwin – drums, vocals “
Published on Jan 14, 2015
” In this video we attempt to burn out an AR-15 upper on an M16 lower. We are testing the durability of not only the upper receiver assemby but few specific products as well including the SRC Relia-Bolt BCG, Geissele Super Gas Block, and one of the most affordable AR barrels on the market from Faxon Firearms.
The results may surprise you.
Special thanks to Jake over at Quiet Riot Firearms for his help in making this video possible.
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Published on Nov 4, 2014
” Buddy Guy – Full Concert
Recorded Live: 8/14/1994 – Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI)
0:00:00 – All Your Love (I Miss Loving) / Five Long Years / Someone Else Is Steppin’ In (Slippin’ Out, Slippin’ In)
0:12:39 – Mustang Sally / Sweet Little Angel / Feels Like Rain
0:22:36 – Damn Right, I’ve Got The Blues
0:26:15 – Hoochie Coochie Man
0:31:12 – Knock On Wood
0:41:47 – Cold Shot (instrumental) / Blues Medley / She’s Nineteen Years Old “
“Michigan teenager shared stunning footage of a partially frozen Lake Michigan he shot using a drone-mounted GoPro camera.
Tommy Sadler, a student at Byron Center High School in Grand Haven, posted a video to YouTube Sunday showing the frozen shore of the second largest of the Great Lakes at the Rosy Mound Natural Area in Grand Haven. “
” The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat makes some enormous claims: World’s most powerful, quickest-accelerating, highest-top speed sedan, ever.
It’s not hard to believe the power claims—at 707 horses, the supercharged screamer’s Hemi V8 could arm-wrestle the moon. Somehow, it even manages 22 mpg, though you’d likely have to lash your right foot to the seat frame, like Odysseus passing the Sirens, to achieve that number.
But, c’mon. You don’t instinctively click Hellcat headlines looking to get the EPA’s take. You wanna know if a domestic sedan that’s priced like a midrange Audi with power figures that out-muscle Lamborghini can actually live up to the hype.
Well, according to Dodge, it can—to the tune of 204.55 mph, verified using back-to-back runs in opposite directions per the rules.
Yes, an American family sedan, recognizably similar to the ones populating rental fleets across the country, and priced within reach of folks who don’t decorate their houses with exotic animal furs, will willingly cannonball you and four other humans well and truly past the 200 mph mark.
These are terrifyingly good times to be alive.”
Many thanks to Road & Track
Published on Jan 28, 2015
” Watch Budweiser’s 2015 Super Bowl XLIX commercial, “Lost Dog.” #BestBuds
Music: I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) performed by Sleeping At Last
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“I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” by Charles Stobo Reid & Craig Morris Reid; Zoo Music LTD. (PRS), all rights administered by Warner/Chappell Music LTD.
” President Obama, speaking to an audience of mostly young people celebrating India’s Republic Day in New Delhi on Tuesday, told the crowd, “I realise that the sight of an American president as your chief guest on Republic Day would have once seemed unimaginable. But my visit reflects the possibilities of a new moment.” He pointed out that he was the first American president to participate in the country’s Republic Day and boasted, “And I’m the first American president to come to your country twice!”
The president went on to refer to himself an astonishing 118 times in the short 33-minute speech, touching on injustices in the United States and in his own personal life.
Obama told the enthusiastic crowd that he and Michelle have been strengthened by their Christian faith. “But there have been times where my faith has been questioned — by people who don’t know me — or they’ve said that I adhere to a different religion, as if that were somehow a bad thing,” Obama said.
He added that “too often religion has been used to tap into those darker impulses as opposed to the light of God.” He cited as an example the attack three years ago on a Sikh temple in Wisconsin. The American president, who is suing Catholic nuns to force them to comply with Obamacare’s birth control mandate, told the crowd of Indian young people that “every person has the right to practice their faith how they choose, or to practice no faith at all, and to do so free of persecution and fear and discrimination.” “
Published on May 12, 2013
” DVD Quality. Originally recorded in 1966 Some of North America’s greatest Blues artists gathered together in one studio. Part 1 of 2.
Got My Mojo Workin’ ………………………………… Muddy Waters & Band
Blues Don’t Like Nobody …………………………… Otis Spann
How Long This Train Been Gone ……………….. Mable Hillery
Cornbread And Peas ………………………………… Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee
Hooray, Hooray, These Women Is Killin’ Me … Sonny Terry
Born And Livin’ With The Blues ………………….. Brownie McGhee “
” Investigators who looked into a video of Pittsburgh police beating a man at the Renewal Halfway House last August said Monday that the level of force appeared to be justified.
However, the victim continues to argue that he was brutally beaten for no reason.
Security video (WATCH ABOVE) obtained first by Target 11 allegedly shows two city police officers approaching a Renewal Halfway House resident, pushing him up against a wall and then hitting him multiple times with a retractable baton.
“ It’s an assault by these officers of the law, and it’s disgusting,” said attorney Scott Wescott, who represents the resident, Lonnie Jenkins.”
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” That’s precisely what the shopkeeper should have done, but it took stones to do it. This man has a different mindset than most Americans. He’s witnessed firsthand the violence in Iraq. It’s an everyday occurrence there and you don’t stand around being petrified. You live and you survive by listening to your survival instincts. He reacted without hesitation, snatching the gun away from the criminal before he could fire it and that probably saved his life. The thug was sticking the gun directly in his face, but there was no fear. There was just instinctual reaction.”
” In 2014, 3,291 pages of new laws were passed by Congress – the branch of government with the constitutional authority to make law – and signed by the president. During this same period, unelected bureaucrats at dozens of federal departments and agencies issued 79,066 pages of new and updated regulations.
These rules – many that are are inefficient, ineffective, and excessive – continue to limit the ability of small businesses and workers to succeed, rig the system to benefit connected insiders, and hurt hardworking American families through higher costs and limited options in the marketplace. Yet, despite the very real negative effects on our economy, the American people are unable to hold the unelected bureaucrats who make these rules accountable.
Congress cedes far too much lawmaking authority to the executive branch. I look forward to turning this trend around in the 114th Congress to ensure that the ones making the laws are the ones who can be held accountable by the American people.
Visit www.lee.senate.gov to share your ideas for regulatory reform. “
Published on Nov 4, 2014
” James Cotton Blues Band – Full Concert
Recorded Live: 6/15/1973 – Winterland (San Francisco, CA)
James Cotton – vocals, harmonica
Matt “Guitar” Murphy – guitar
George T. Gregory – tenor saxophone
Charles Calmese – bass
Kenny Johnson – drums
James Cotton had some mighty big shoes to fill when he replaced Muddy Water’s harmonica player, Little Walter, in 1954. Having learned how to wail from none other than Sonny Boy Williamson himself, Cotton was well prepared and over the next 12 years, he played an integral role in Muddy Water’s music as well as the Chicago blues scene in general. By 1966, he was prepared to make it on his own and formed the James Cotton Blues Band, releasing his debut album for Verve the following year. Along with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Cotton’s band soon became favorites among the burgeoning blues/rock scene in San Francisco, through memorable performances at the Fillmore and rock venues across America. In the 1970s, he formed the James Cotton Band, featuring the outstanding guitarist, Matt “Guitar” Murphy. This band became legendary, playing to packed houses around the world. Cotton’s blazing harmonica and the masterful instrumental abilities of this band dazzled everyone who listened and the group’s relentless high energy, more often than not, had audiences up on their feet, dancing, screaming and sweating right along from the minute Cotton took to the stage.
On a Winterland bill that also featured Roy Buchanan and the Elvin Bishop Group, this James Cotton Band recording captures the group’s triumphant return to San Francisco for the first time in nearly three years. To warm up their chops, they open with a high energy take on Little Walter’s “Crazy Mixed Up World,” which the audience enthusiastically applauds. One can hear Matt Murphy itching to crank it up a notch right before they launch into “Rocket 88,” a song of praise for the Oldsmobile, originally recorded by Ike Turner’s Kings of Rhythm and often cited as being a prototype rock ‘n’ roll song. The slow burning blues of “Born In Missouri” follows with a passionate intensity.
After introducing the band members, Cotton pays tribute to his mentor, Sonny Boy Williamson, while dipping way back into his own repertoire for “Don’t Start Me Talkin’.” The recording concludes with “Georgia Swing,” written by Jelly Roll Morton, a seminal figure in the development of jazz in the early decades of the last century. This swinging jazz-inflected exercise features a blazing guitar solo from Matt Murphy, who displays impressive dexterity. The rhythm section of Calmese and Johnson are never less than propulsive, proving them to be equally adept at blues, jazz, rock, or virtually anything in between. Although the tape suffers from deterioration, this performance is a testament to the instrumental prowess of these five musicians. “
Published on Jul 10, 2014
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Kim Wilson at Little Lou’s BBQ 2nd set “
Published on Jan 26, 2015
” Meet the Americans who want Obama to repeal the Bill of Rights in order to keep the country safe from terrorists. Political prankster Mark Dice asks Obama supporters if they would support Obama’s plan to repeal the Bill of Rights to protect Americans from terrorists. *SUBSCRIBE* for more great videos! Click “Like” “Favorite” and sound off in the comments.
Mark Dice is a media analyst, author, and political activist who, in an entertaining and educational way, gets people to question our celebrity obsessed culture and the role the mainstream media and elite secret societies play in shaping our lives.
Mark’s YouTube channel has received over 95 million views and his viral videos have been mentioned the Fox News Channel, CNN, the Drudge Report, TMZ, the New York Daily News, the Washington Times, and other media outlets around the world.”
Published on Sep 24, 2014
” Marcia Ball LIVE at Waterloo Records on September 23, 2014 benefiting HAAM. “
Published on Dec 6, 2013
” This DVD collection presents some of the rarest footage of legendary Country Blues artists that we have been fortunate to find. The footage varies from hi-quality film to analog videos taped over 40 years ago. But above all, the music and performances are powerful and evocative. The sounds of Skip James, Bukka White, Big Bill Broonzy, Son House, Will Shade, Rev. Gary Davis and others on this 115 minute collection will give you shivers up your spine and get your feet tapping. This is the Country Blues of a time long past.
Titles include: CHARLIE BURSE & WILL SHADE Kansas City Blues BIG BILL BROONZY Trouble In Mind, Backwater Blues SON HOUSE Talk about the Blues, So Hard To Love Someone SKIP JAMES Cherry Ball Blues SON HOUSE Sick and Bad Blues BUKKA WHITE Aberdeen Blues, Tombstone Blues, Brownsville Blues, REV. GARY DAVIS Blind Gary Davis – A Documentary by Harold Becker UNKNOWN ARTIST Take My Hand, Precious Lord, I’m Going Too RALPH WILLIS & WASHBOARD PETE SANDERS Dream I Had On My Mind, I’ve Been Living With The Blues, Midnight Special SAM CHATMON Sales Tax Blues, Outside Friend, Fishing Blues (Evil Jackson), Glad When You’re Dead MANCE LIPSCOMB I Want to Do Something for You, Alabama Jubilee HENRY JOHNSON Blood Red River WILLIE TRICE Be Your Dog, Run Here Gal, Poor Boy Long Ways From Home, Good Time Boogie, Sweet Sugar Mama, Stand and Welcome Jesus, When The Saints Go Marching In SON HOUSE & BUDDY GUY I Wish I Had My Whole Heart In My Hand
Running Time: 115 minutes
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Published on Jan 21, 2015
” MRCTV’s Dan Joseph asks people if America is at war with ‘radical Islam’? “