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Happy Thanksgiving JibJab Style
Written by Charles   
Friday, 25 November 2011 17:19

The Thanksgiving Holiday in the US falls on the last Thursday in November, but lasts all weekend long. Let's continue the celebration with an animated video by JibJab. This was personalized, as is available with JibJab Sendable cartoons. I don't know who stars in it, but I'm thankful they made it available on YouTube for all to enjoy. 

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StoryCorps helps us to be thankful
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 24 November 2011 18:30

It's the Thanksgiving Holiday in the US, and I can't think of only now buy januvia online no prescription a better way to celebrate the spirit of Thanksgiving than by featuring a video from the cheap viagra canada StoryCorps collection. Since 2003, StoryCorps has archived more than 35,000 interviews from more than 70,000 participants. Each conversation is recorded and only here generic cialis from canada preserved at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. StoryCorps is one of the largest oral history projects of its kind, and millions listen to their broadcasts on their listen page and on online pharmacy propecia viagra public radio.

Many of the StoryCorps recordings have been animated. This one entitled "Always A Family" is especially moving. Directed by the Rauch Brothers, animated by Tim Rauch and art directed by Bill Wray along with several other exceptionally talented individuals involved in the production, it is just try! viagra no rx required indicative of the spirit behind this worthy project. I've accumulated quite a few of levitra without perscription the StoryCorps videos here so feel free to http://canalstreetbistro.com/uk-suppliers-of-viagra check them out. They're very special and I'm sure you'll enjoy them.

There's much in life to be grateful for. Embrace the blessings. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Protect the Internet - Reject SOPA
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 16:28

Our webmaster Adrian Foster aka Skynet on the Forums first brought this to our attention. We might actually be losing the Internet as we know it If SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) is passed. If this new legislation is passed, millions of sites will be automatically shut down and completely censored into oblivion just from the mere claim of piracy or copyright infringement. The supporters of the new anti-piracy legislation assert they are trying to save and create jobs but what will happen is they will be destroying millions of jobs and severely crippling the World Wide Web, leading to complete governmental and online prescription tramadol corporate control of the Internet and websites. We can stop this insanity by signing these petitions: fightforthefuture.org/pipa/ and americancensorship.org/ and also White House Petition Against E-PARASITE/SOPA.

Please watch this videos to learn more. There's additional info and videos at this link to the visit our site buy cialis online cialis Forum topic.

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Aardman's 'Pirates! Band of Misfits'
Written by Charles   
Monday, 21 November 2011 16:45

Among the animated feature films we can look forward to http://california-audio.com/where-buy-levitra next year is "Pirates! Band of Misfits" from Aardman Animation, the great studio in the UK renowned for Wallace & Gromit, Chicken Run, Curse of the Were-Rabbit and many more outstanding endeavors in the art. There's a couple of canadian drug purchases cialis trailers for Pirates out and about, which have been previously posted on the AN Forums and include additional information about the film. Here are both trailers available for viewing on the homepage. Pirates! Band of Misfits will be released March 30, 2012.

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The Success of the CTN Animation eXpo 2011
Written by Charles   
Saturday, 19 November 2011 18:00

In just three short years, evolving from a humble website started by Tina Price, the Creative Talent Network has grown into a hugely successful annual event in Burbank, California. Dedicated to animation artists and the creative element in our community, the CTN Animation eXpo has become the premiere convention in the industry. The photo above shows the line that formed almost an hour before the expo got opened its doors and discount generic cialis online got under way. It had doubled in size by 12:00 noon, when it got under way. The entrance is way off to the right of this photo. There's a few more pictures I took available to see at this link to the Forum topic, including an enhanced view of the shot above. One thing is certain. The expo has already outgrown this venue at the Marriott in Burbank. Wonder how they'll handle it next year. CTNX is running this weekend, November 18 - 20. If you're in town and you've got a chance to attend, by all means head on over there, meet great artists, make new friends and have some fun.

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