EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: Transformers: The Ride 3D BEHIND

www.youtube.com Click here to watch the previous episode of ETC ETC: EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: Transformers: The Ride 3D BEHIND THE SCENES! Welcome on back to ETC! Today we’ve got an exclusive look at the, coming soon, Transformers: The Ride 3D at Universal Studios Hollywood. On February 27th at 5:30 am the ETC team woke to go behind the scenes on the Universal lot and check out what’s developing on the all new Transformers Ride. We learned that the ride is actually complete and will be undergoing a 3 month testing period. There will be a red cutting ceremony and red carpet! – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – This video will show you… HOW TO join NEST HOW TO ride a ride with yo hands in the air like you aren’t entirely certain caring is within your means of emoting HOW TO transformers – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – FOR MORE MACHINIMA, GO TO: www.youtube.com FOR MORE GAMEPLAY, GO TO: www.youtube.com FOR MORE SPORTS GAMEPLAY, GO TO: www.youtube.com FOR MORE MMO & RPG GAMEPLAY, GO TO: www.youtube.com FOR MORE TRAILERS, GO TO: www.youtube.com TAGS: etc “ETC” machinima “Khail Anonymous” Khail Anonymous movies “entertainment” “television” music tv “news” tips red carpet junket tech gadget culture geek nerdy humor editorial puns trailers teasers thriller scifi comedy horror dvd bluray drama rumors iphone android app streaming remake reboot prequel sequel 3d “how to” “MachETC “MachinimaETC” “Bruce
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Here’s an Internet meme that’s older than the Internet. It’s from the mainframe/time share days. I first read it on USENET back in the 1980s. #oldfartcomputerstories

Here’s an Internet meme that’s older than the Internet. It’s from the mainframe/time share days. I first read it on USENET back in the 1980s. #oldfartcomputerstories
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Manufacturing Ignorance: UFOs, the First Amendment and National Security LIVE

The Missing Times: News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-up is an investigation by Author and Researcher Terry Hansen into whether some of America’s most influential news organizations, many of which have maintained close ties to the US intelligence community, have willingly suppressed full and accurate news coverage of the UFO phenomenon for a variety of national-security reasons. Terry reviews the history of censorship and propaganda during the twentieth century and explains how and why elite news organizations work closely with government agencies during times of national crisis, and reviews the evidence for such media-government collusion over the course of the half-century-long UFO controversy. This LIVE presentation was given at the X-Conference by Terry Hansen. Terry Hansen is an independent journalist and magazine publisher with an interest in scientific controversies and the politics of mass media. He has followed the UFO controversy for decades and is the author of the book “The Missing Times: News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-up.” The X-Conference is produced by X-PPAC (Extraterrestrial Phenomena Political Action Committee) and The Paradigm Research Group, who’s mission is to educate Congress, the Press and the Public about the Government imposed “Truth Embargo” and to bring about formal acknowledgment by the US Government of an Extraterrestrial presence engaging the Human Race – Full Disclosure. UFOTV is pleased to present what will be all of the

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LOL, an abbreviation for laughing out loud, or laugh out loud, is a common element of Internet slang. It was used historically on Usenet but is now widespread in other forms of computer-mediated communication, and even face-to-face communication. It is one of many initialisms for expressing bodily reactions, in particular laughter, as text, including initialisms for more emphatic expressions of laughter such as LMAO[4] (“laughing my arse/ass off”), ROTFL[5][6][7][8] (“roll(ing) on the floor laughing”) or ROFL[9] (“roll(ing) on [the] floor laughing”), and BWL (“bursting with laughter”, above which there is “no greater compliment” according to technology columnist Larry Magid).[10] Other unrelated expansions include the now mostly historical “lots of luck” or “lots of love” used in letter-writing. The list of acronyms “grows by the month”[5] and they are collected along with emoticons and smileys into folk dictionaries that are circulated informally amongst users of Usenet, IRC, and other forms of (textual) computer-mediated communication. These initialisms are controversial, and several authors recommend against their use, either in general or in specific contexts such as business communications.
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