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Paula Prendes en la gala de los TP 2010, en el que el programa de la sexta se lo que hicisteis se llevo el TP de oro a mejor programa de entretenimiento y ocio.
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voz impresionante niña de 11 años.

subo el video de parte de choco Glenda.

Publicidad revista Play Boy Argentina 1985 (Silvana Suárez)

Para más imágenes retro lasimagenesretro.wordpress.com En el invierno de 1985, la revista Play Boy comenzó a publicar su edición Argentina. Para el primer número la elegida fue Silvana Suárez, que también hizo esta poco convencional publicidad para TV.

New York tango, Apr 2010 – 21

Some cool jennifer lopez images:

New York tango, Apr 2010 – 21
jennifer lopez
(more details later, as time permits)

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Let me begin with a disclaimer: I do not dance the tango, and I know little or nothing about its history, its folklore, or even its steps and rhythms. I’m vaguely aware that it originated in Argentina (and Uruguay) in the 1890s, that a new style known as "tango nuevo" began to emerge in the late 1990s, and that various actors and actresses — including Jessica Biel, Colin Firth, Antonio Banderas, Madonna, Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Arnold Schwarzenegger(!), among others — have performed the tango in various movies. But beyond that, it never really occurred to me that it played any significant role here in the U.S.

That is, not until the summer of 2009, when I happened to return to my hotel, on a business trip to Washington, DC, just as a local gathering of tango aficionados was dancing to their music in a nearby square known as Freedom Plaza. I photographed the event (see my Flickr set Last tango in Washington) and learned from one of the participants that there were similar informal events in New York City, at the South Street seaport, during the summer and fall weekends. When I got back to New York, I searched on the Internet, and found a schedule of upcoming tango events just as my Washington acquaintance had indicated; but travel schedules, inclement weather, and other distractions prevented me from actually attending any of them; by the end of the autumn season, I had forgotten all about it.

For some reason, something reminded me of the tango again this spring — perhaps some music that I overheard, perhaps a scene on some otherwise forgettable television show. In any case, I searched again on the Internet, and discovered that a tango "event" would be taking place on a Sunday afternoon — but not at the South Street Seaport (on the east side of Manhattan, near the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges), but rather at Pier 45, where Christopher Street runs into the Hudson River in Greenwich Village. The event was scheduled to take place between 3:30 and 7:30 PM, and another quick search on the Internet informed me that sunset would occur at 7:30 PM. So I arrived a little before 6 PM, as the sun was beginning to drop down in the western sky, and photographed for a little more than an hour.

I captured some 522 images, of which 75 have survived in this Flickr set. For the majority of the photos, I stood at the end of the pier, with my back to the Hudson River and the sinking sun; the sun broken in and out of clouds on the horizon — and because I was wearing sunglasses, I didn’t fully appreciate the extent of sun-glare that was often striking the faces of the dancers, as well as the shadows where the sun wasn’t hitting at all. But I think I recovered most of the inadvertent over-exposure and under-exposure with some post-processing on the computer… I was also able to get some shots facing westward and southward, so that you could see the New Jersey skyline behind the dancers; indeed, there are a couple of shots with the Statue of Liberty and the Verrazano Bridge in the background. (Note to self: come back here at twilight, on a Sunday evening in mid-summer; it could well be even more spectacular.)

Since I have no personal expertise (or even competence) at the dance, there’s not much that I can say about what’s going on; I have to let the pictures speak for themselves. Though it wasn’t universally true, I noticed several occasions where the women were taller than their partners; I gather that that’s an advantage when the dancers are twirling and twisting around. Also, I had the distinct impression — just as was the case in Washington last summer — that few (if any) of the dancers were "couples" in the traditional sense. Indeed, many of them seemed to be strangers who had met for the first time at this tango event, but who seemed to enjoy the experience of the dance together. And others, from what little I could tell, might have encountered one another at previous tango events — but had no other interactions or relationship with one another.

In any case, I had photographed everything I could imagine photographing by a little after 7 PM. I put away my camera equipment, walked a few blocks east to Hudson Street to enjoy a delicious dinner at a local restaurant with my wife, and made a note to check the Internet again for future tango events in Central Park and the South Street Seaport. If you’d like to pursue this on your own, check out Richard Lipkin’s Guide to Argentine Tango in New York City.
jennifer lopez
New York tango, Apr 2010 – 13
jennifer lopez
(more details later, as time permits)

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Let me begin with a disclaimer: I do not dance the tango, and I know little or nothing about its history, its folklore, or even its steps and rhythms. I’m vaguely aware that it originated in Argentina (and Uruguay) in the 1890s, that a new style known as "tango nuevo" began to emerge in the late 1990s, and that various actors and actresses — including Jessica Biel, Colin Firth, Antonio Banderas, Madonna, Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Arnold Schwarzenegger(!), among others — have performed the tango in various movies. But beyond that, it never really occurred to me that it played any significant role here in the U.S.

That is, not until the summer of 2009, when I happened to return to my hotel, on a business trip to Washington, DC, just as a local gathering of tango aficionados was dancing to their music in a nearby square known as Freedom Plaza. I photographed the event (see my Flickr set Last tango in Washington) and learned from one of the participants that there were similar informal events in New York City, at the South Street seaport, during the summer and fall weekends. When I got back to New York, I searched on the Internet, and found a schedule of upcoming tango events just as my Washington acquaintance had indicated; but travel schedules, inclement weather, and other distractions prevented me from actually attending any of them; by the end of the autumn season, I had forgotten all about it.

For some reason, something reminded me of the tango again this spring — perhaps some music that I overheard, perhaps a scene on some otherwise forgettable television show. In any case, I searched again on the Internet, and discovered that a tango "event" would be taking place on a Sunday afternoon — but not at the South Street Seaport (on the east side of Manhattan, near the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges), but rather at Pier 45, where Christopher Street runs into the Hudson River in Greenwich Village. The event was scheduled to take place between 3:30 and 7:30 PM, and another quick search on the Internet informed me that sunset would occur at 7:30 PM. So I arrived a little before 6 PM, as the sun was beginning to drop down in the western sky, and photographed for a little more than an hour.

I captured some 522 images, of which 75 have survived in this Flickr set. For the majority of the photos, I stood at the end of the pier, with my back to the Hudson River and the sinking sun; the sun broke in and out of clouds on the horizon — and because I was wearing sunglasses, I didn’t fully appreciate the extent of sun-glare that was often striking the faces of the dancers, as well as the shadows where the sun wasn’t hitting at all. But I think I recovered most of the inadvertent over-exposure and under-exposure with some post-processing on the computer… I was also able to get some shots facing westward and southward, so that you could see the New Jersey skyline behind the dancers; indeed, there are a couple of shots with the Statue of Liberty and the Verrazano Bridge in the background. (Note to self: come back here at twilight, on a Sunday evening in mid-summer; it could well be even more spectacular.)

Since I have no personal expertise (or even competence) at the dance, there’s not much that I can say about what’s going on; I have to let the pictures speak for themselves. Though it wasn’t universally true, I noticed several occasions where the women were taller than their partners; I gather that that’s an advantage when the dancers are twirling and twisting around. Also, I had the distinct impression — just as was the case in Washington last summer — that few (if any) of the dancers were "couples" in the traditional sense. Indeed, many of them seemed to be strangers who had met for the first time at this tango event, but who seemed to enjoy the experience of the dance together. And others, from what little I could tell, might have encountered one another at previous tango events — but had no other interactions or relationship with one another.

In any case, I had photographed everything I could imagine photographing by a little after 7 PM. I put away my camera equipment, walked a few blocks east to Hudson Street to enjoy a delicious dinner at a local restaurant with my wife, and made a note to check the Internet again for future tango events in Central Park and the South Street Seaport. If you’d like to pursue this on your own, check out Richard Lipkin’s Guide to Argentine Tango in New York City.
jennifer lopez
New York tango, Apr 2010 – 03
jennifer lopez
(more details later, as time permits)

*****************************************

Let me begin with a disclaimer: I do not dance the tango, and I know little or nothing about its history, its folklore, or even its steps and rhythms. I’m vaguely aware that it originated in Argentina (and Uruguay) in the 1890s, that a new style known as "tango nuevo" began to emerge in the late 1990s, and that various actors and actresses — including Jessica Biel, Colin Firth, Antonio Banderas, Madonna, Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Arnold Schwarzenegger(!), among others — have performed the tango in various movies. But beyond that, it never really occurred to me that it played any significant role here in the U.S.

That is, not until the summer of 2009, when I happened to return to my hotel, on a business trip to Washington, DC, just as a local gathering of tango aficionados was dancing to their music in a nearby square known as Freedom Plaza. I photographed the event (see my Flickr set Last tango in Washington) and learned from one of the participants that there were similar informal events in New York City, at the South Street seaport, during the summer and fall weekends. When I got back to New York, I searched on the Internet, and found a schedule of upcoming tango events just as my Washington acquaintance had indicated; but travel schedules, inclement weather, and other distractions prevented me from actually attending any of them; by the end of the autumn season, I had forgotten all about it.

For some reason, something reminded me of the tango again this spring — perhaps some music that I overheard, perhaps a scene on some otherwise forgettable television show. In any case, I searched again on the Internet, and discovered that a tango "event" would be taking place on a Sunday afternoon — but not at the South Street Seaport (on the east side of Manhattan, near the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges), but rather at Pier 45, where Christopher Street runs into the Hudson River in Greenwich Village. The event was scheduled to take place between 3:30 and 7:30 PM, and another quick search on the Internet informed me that sunset would occur at 7:30 PM. So I arrived a little before 6 PM, as the sun was beginning to drop down in the western sky, and photographed for a little more than an hour.

I captured some 522 images, of which 75 have survived in this Flickr set. For the majority of the photos, I stood at the end of the pier, with my back to the Hudson River and the sinking sun; the sun broke in and out of clouds on the horizon — and because I was wearing sunglasses, I didn’t fully appreciate the extent of sun-glare that was often striking the faces of the dancers, as well as the shadows where the sun wasn’t hitting at all. But I think I recovered most of the inadvertent over-exposure and under-exposure with some post-processing on the computer… I was also able to get some shots facing westward and southward, so that you could see the New Jersey skyline behind the dancers; indeed, there are a couple of shots with the Statue of Liberty and the Verrazano Bridge in the background. (Note to self: come back here at twilight, on a Sunday evening in mid-summer; it could well be even more spectacular.)

Since I have no personal expertise (or even competence) at the dance, there’s not much that I can say about what’s going on; I have to let the pictures speak for themselves. Though it wasn’t universally true, I noticed several occasions where the women were taller than their partners; I gather that that’s an advantage when the dancers are twirling and twisting around. Also, I had the distinct impression — just as was the case in Washington last summer — that few (if any) of the dancers were "couples" in the traditional sense. Indeed, many of them seemed to be strangers who had met for the first time at this tango event, but who seemed to enjoy the experience of the dance together. And others, from what little I could tell, might have encountered one another at previous tango events — but had no other interactions or relationship with one another.

In any case, I had photographed everything I could imagine photographing by a little after 7 PM. I put away my camera equipment, walked a few blocks east to Hudson Street to enjoy a delicious dinner at a local restaurant with my wife, and made a note to check the Internet again for future tango events in Central Park and the South Street Seaport. If you’d like to pursue this on your own, check out Richard Lipkin’s Guide to Argentine Tango in New York City.
jennifer lopez

SINAIT MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE ASSOSIATION RED TEAM ( MAYA MAYA )

SINAIT MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE ASSOSIATION RED TEAM ( MAYA MAYA ) TEAM C MANAGERS 1.SBM. GLEN GUSMAN 2.SBM. JOSE ZAPATA 3.SBM. MANUEL AGDEPPA 4.SBM. ROMEL DAYOAN 5.SBM. ERNESTO YORO CHEER LEADER ROMEL REGUCERA NAMES: 1.WILFRED YADAO 2.ROMEL JOJO LIVED 3.HAYZON ABELLA 4.GEORGE INGAN 5.JUMAR RAMOS 6.LEONARDO PABLO 7.MARIO DIE ILABAN 8.CRIS PERALTA 9.MELVIN IBERA 10.ELISEO AURELIO 11.EDGAR YASAŇA 12.EDWIN UMOSO 13.MARIO CALETINA 14.ROLLY BAUTISTA 15.PACITO IBARRA 16.RAYMUNDO ILAC 17.ARLENE IGARTA 18.LEONARDO BARUT 19.LYDIA VILLEGAS 20.EMELFA INES 21.ELIZABETH ILABAN 22.EDITHA IBAŇEZ 23.MARIA INES 24.CORAZON GUERRERO 25.ANGELES NARCISO 26.WILMA INES 27.RACHEL LORENZO 28.NORLENE UMOSO 29.NICOLASA DEL ROSARIO 30.CARMELITA NAVARO 31.JOSELITO CASELA 32.MERCY CASELA 33.KRISTINE YASAŇA 34.GLORIA ABELLA 35.HENRY MACUGAY
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putas ponen el culo putitas desnudas tetas enormes folladas

putas ponen el culo putitas desnudas tetas enormes folladas

Las Bellas -11 mujeres que engalanan en la lista de Los 50 mas bellos de People en Espanol

Thalia, Belinda, Dulce Maria, Gaby Espino, Jacqueline Bracamontes, Lucía Méndez, Maite Perroni, Estefanía Fernández, Victoria Ruffo, Sofía Vergara,Adamari Lopez 50 MÁS BELLOS LAS BELLAS Te presentamos a 11 mujeres que engalanan la lista de Los 50 más bellos de PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL

Transparencias En Vista Home Basic

En este tutorial mostrare como poner mejores transparencias que el feo aereo de Windows. Paso a ¨Paso explico como hacerlo 😀 Links: Ux Theme Multi-Parcher 6.00: cid-fc55c68111cca5a5.skydrive.live.com Vista Glazz: vistaglazz.softonic.com Descarga los Temas transparentes: www.youtube.com Otro tema transparente: steel89.deviantart.com Mas temas para Windos vista: (Transparencias no garantizadas): www.skineable.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

BATMAN REDEMPTION

Este es el trailer q hemos rodado entre el señor Marc Montañes, yo mismo y un colega de Pamplona, Aitor Unzu, y un montón de gente muy maja q nos ayudó en gran medida, para el concurso de Internet “TeaserLand” muchas gracias a todos y espero os guste. Codirección: David Moreno Belmonte Marc Montañes y Aitor Unzu. Fotografía y efectos FX: Urko Maduit, David Moreno Belmonte. Montaje y Sonido: Marc Montañes. Producción: Aitor Unzu EQUIPO ARTÍSTICO Mikel Arrastia – Batman/Bruce Wayne Amets del Río – Dick Grayson/Robin José Felix Otxagabía – Malo Joxepe Gil – Alfred Virginia Senosiain – Madre de Dick Imanol Reta – Comisario Gordon (aunque apenas salga al final) Imanol Zabalza – Asesino de la madre Dobles de Batman – Joaquín Calderón, El Chino y Naked. EQUIPO TÉCNICO Edurne Muragaren, Iñaki Sarasola, Sergio San Martín, Carlos Ansa (Txarly), Imanol Zabalza, Jorge Montes, Carlos Perez, José Luis Molinero (Txelus), Paloma Iraizoz, Marta Calvo, Ioseba Salaberri, Dimas Lasterra, Alberto Sánchez, Richard Sánchez Arévalo y Urko Maduit, Félix Wholky, Anna Ebneter Eder García. También Agradecer su colaboración a Renderizarte, Navarra de Cine, Kukuxumusu y al Ayuntamiento y Policía Municipal de Burlada. y + agradecimientos a toda la maravillosa gente que nos ayudó gratis y desinteresadamente, gracias de corazón. PD: 1200€, 3 colegas, muchas ganas y muy buena gente q nos ha ayudado, todo lo q veis es nuestro, nada Fake, garantizado : )
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Making of de la sesión de fotos de la cantante y ex-concursante de operación Triunfo Natalia Rodríguez para la revista Must magazine. Es una lástima que haya quedado una sesión un poco oscura en algunas partes :-(. Esta chica es una de mis preferidas de la cantera de Operación triunfo junto con Edurne, toda una lolita explosiva. El vídeo lo he editado un poco quitando un par de escenas en que salían los tíos sólos y una escena en la que salía sólo zapatos. También he ajustado la canción para que encaje mejor. Espero que guste ^^. La canción, por cierto, se llama Libérate y es de la propia Natalia.
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Pinturas Paclin por la agencia de publicidad www.sandbook.com.ar , Cordoba, Argentina 2010

Este comercial fue desarrollado para Pinturas Paclin por: – Agencia de publicidad www.sandbook.com.ar. Director creativo Lic. Damián Martín. – Productora www.ideasfijas.com.ar director Alejandro Carlini. -Música Original www.menos97db.com.ar, compositor Germán Martín. -Locución y edición de sonido: www.anezin.com.ar, Emanuel Anezin
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Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber ★Hip Hop 2011★ / Www.HoyMusic.Com

Me Gusta ► www.FaceBook.com Twitter: Twitter.Com DOWNLOAD MP3: hoymusic.com “CHRIS BROWN FEAT. JUSTIN BIEBER” ►Official Music HD◄NEW ESTRENO®★ Escucha y Descarga aqui “LADIES LOVE ME ORIGINAL” Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin BieberEstreno Julio 30. Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber NEW NUEVO HIP HOP 2O11 Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber ►ORIGINAL NEW 2011◄ Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber ►ORIGINAL NEW 2011◄ Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber ►ORIGINAL NEW 2011◄ Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber ►ORIGINAL NEW 2011◄ Ladies Love Me (Original) – Chris Brown Feat. Justin Bieber ►ORIGINAL NEW 2011◄
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Me Gusta ► www.FB.com Sigueme!: Twitter.Com Chino y Nacho – Boleto de Amor (Official Music Video)

Aventura La Niña

Something special Aventura La niña duerme tan profundo solo un fuengo un disparo que la puede despertar tan inocente solo tiene nueve años sin mañana quizas no entendera que un extraño es su cama toco su cuerpecito con malicia sin pieda ella no entiende que hay persona en la vida que se anima solo para ser maldad Coro Y quien diablos fue? un desgraciado sin corazon digame como entro quizas olvidaron cerrar la puerta solo saven que hiso el daño y se marcho Al dia siguiente un oficial le preguntaba a sus padres como fue que sucedio la madre sufre y el padre pensatibo no habia huella de quel quien la violo La niña llora se imagina que ayer mientras dormia algo malo le paso mas ver el sangrero en su ropa policias en su cuarto y un poquito de dolor coro Y quien diablo fue? un desgraciado sin corazon quizas olvidaron cerrar la puerta solo saben que hizo el daño y se marcho Como es posible que alguien pueda hacer daño a un angelito de Dios la niña solo tenia nueve años y malvado la violo aqui les traigo otra historia a la gente y esta ves es de amor no es un mensaje, es una anectota triste que conbierto en cancion this is what you like its you favorite group baby you kwon alex, your daddy loves you llora guitarra como llora es niña Coro Y quien diablo fue? un desgraciado sin corazon digame como entro quizas olvidaron cerrar la puerta solo saben que hiso el daño y se marcho como es posible que alguien pueda hacer daño a un angelito de Dios la niña solo tenia nueve años y un
Video Rating: 4 / 5

artistas sin maquillaje, famous without makeup

artistas sin maquillaje

Vídeo original : animeProdigy32 Se ha cambiado el audio por el idioma español. ESTE ES UN TRAILER DE LA PELÍCULA EL OJO PERO DE FUTURAMA, NO ES REAL, ES UNA PARODIA Sinopsis: Tiene como protagonista a Sidney Wells (Jessica Alba), que es una reconocida violinista que vive en Los Ángeles y tiene la particularidad de ser ciega desde su niñez. Con el objetivo de solucionar este inconveniente la protagonista se opera de las córneas haciéndose un trasplante y es el neurólogo Dr. Paul Faulkner (Alessandro Nivola) el que queda a cargo de su rehabilitación, puesto que tras 20 años sin poder ver se su vida diaria se vuelve cada vez más difícil. También su hermana mayor Helen (Parker Posey) será un apoyo fundamental. A partir de ese instante comienzan los problemas que, al parecer, son inexplicables y extraños. Imágenes sin sentido aparecen en su vida, y Sidney está convencida de que lo que ve es real. Pero su familia y el doctor que la asiste creen que son imágenes normales del postoperatorio de una cirugía de este tipo. Sidney opina lo contrario. Poco tiempo después de la cirugía, esta se encarga de buscar quién fue su donador. Consigue la información. La donadora, Ana Cristina (Fernanda Romero) de México. Paul la acompaña a ir a un pueblo cerca de la frontera; donde se localiza la madre de Ana Cristina, la donadora. Mientras hablaban, la madre sufre un infarto y Sidney se ofrece a quedarse en la casa. Al llegar al cuarto de Ana, tiene unas visiones: Ana, corre hacia la fábrica
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