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The Bob Williams And Louie Dog Show - Hilarious
Bob and Louie performing at the Hollywood Palace Christmas Show in 1965. I've watched about a million dog videos by now and this is the most laid back dog I've ever seen. How is it possible to train a dog to act like this? Very funny!
Added: 22nd November 2013
Views: 93103

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British Airways Flight 5390
British Airways Flight 5390 was a scheduled passenger flight operated by British Airways between Birmingham Airport in England and Málaga Airport in Spain. On 10 June 1990 an improperly installed panel of the windscreen failed, blowing the plane's captain, Tim Lancaster, halfway out of the aircraft. With Lancaster's body firmly pressed against the window frame for over twenty minutes, the first officer managed to perform an emergency landing at Southampton Airport with no loss of life.

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Honza Blaha The Horseman
Honza Blaha The Horseman, takes Horsemanship to a whole new level. I admire the amount of training and level of horsemanship that goes into achieving the tasks Honza Blaha obtains with his horses.Honza Blaha was born in 1977 , in the Czech Republic. He and his horses always draw a huge crowds. Website: http://www.honzablaha.cz
Added: 30th May 2012
Views: 91795

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Mieders Alpine Coaster (with no brakes!!)
This is a single-pipe alpine coaster in Mieders, Austria. You reach the summit via a cablecar and then sit on a small car with a brake lever and off you go. Having ridden it once using a little braking, I decided to try it a second time without using the brakes. This is SCARY! Enjoy the ride! longest mountain coaster in europe single-pipe alpine coaster in mieders, austria Off-ride footage here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eA-k3G1F7k0
Added: 22nd November 2011
Views: 90500

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The Beautiful Friesian Horse
The Friesian Horse has remained virtually unchanged over the centuries. It originates from Friesland in the north of the Netherlands and is perhaps one of Europes oldest breeds. Friesian Horses were the favoured mount of Knights in Armour in the middle ages, whilst the swan neck, more or-less dished face and high stepping trot is believed to come from crossings with Andalucian horses during the crusades and 80 year war when the Netherlands was occupied by the Spanish. Best viewed full screen in 1080p HD. Visit http://www.kfps.nl/
Added: 8th June 2012
Views: 90361

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