Blonde Redhead's noisy, dissonant guitars, alternate tunings, and quiet, stilted lyrics have often been compared to early Sonic Youth. After randomly meeting at an Italian restaurant in New York, Japanese art students Kazu Makino and Maki ...
13th May 2007
The electric eye beautiful young girl in the study column produces the third department silk gauze!
The boy student fascinated by her this time, none could run away!
See that the stair can be had, there are different boy students , girl students and teacher.
See that boy student lives he is not set free , to him '' discharge '' , until heart being full, after being accepted this of obeying by you, he will only listen to you!
If this boy student has had her lover already, you need to rob with other girl students, choose the boy student to him '' discharge '', the right key of the Genius mouse is hit furiously, until beating back the girl student of the enemy.
When you collect nine heart neatly , you can have limitless glamor , make the boy student crazy in the twinkling of an eye!The mark is different, final results will be different!
Taken from http://www.break.com/index/dont-text-and-drive.html
This fairly powerful video clip is a real wake up call.
It's up there with some of theVictoria TAC ads.
Tredegar Comprehensive School and Gwent Police (Gwent is located in south-east Wales,UK) present a half hour drama entitled 'COW' --The film that will stop you from texting and driving," with SPECIAL EFFECTS BY ZIPLINE CREATIVE www.ziplinecreative.co.uk (this is a trailer video)
COW: Its all about Cassie COWan a nice girl from a Gwent valleys family who kills four people on the road because she used her mobile and lost her concentration for a few seconds. Gwent police is proud to have helped Brynmawr filmmaker Peter Watkins- Hughes in the production, which stars local drama students Jenny Davies as Cassie, and Amy Ingram and Laura Quantick as her friends, Emm and Jules.
It is hoped this film will become part of the core schools programme across Wales and the UK and ultimately worldwide.
Gwent Police facilitated the films crash scenes because we want to stop ALL drivers, but particularly young and new ones, from causing accidents.
Over 300 teenagers from all over Wales were auditioned to take part in the film, nine police vehicles were involved and both the police and air ambulance helicopters featured.
State of the art digital special effects were utilised to show the impact of what would happen inside the car during impact.
Lyn Samuel, School Liaison Coordinator for Gwent Police said: We worked closely with the production team including the University of Wales Newport, Tredegar Comprehensive School and local partners including the council and Probation Service. The result is a very impactive road safety educational tool to help reduce the number of collisions involving young drivers across Wales. Chief Inspector John Pavett from Gwent Police Roads Policing Unit hopes the serious message in this film will hit home to viewers:
Making and receiving calls and texting whilst driving is still happening on roads not just in Gwent but all over the country"
Seeing a scenario, like the one Cassie goes through, played out right before your eyes makes you realise how extremely dangerous it can be and what devastating consequences it can have.
I hope that after watching this film motorists will think twice before picking up their mobile phone when behind the wheel and realise that a quick reply to a text message or answering a phone call is never worth putting theirs and other peoples lives at risk.
It should be noted that here in Wales, we use the word "taster" instead of "teaser" as we're giving you a "taste" of what the full 30-minute video is like.
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EDITOR Richard Jon Micklewright (message me on this channel for permissions, screenings etc)
DIRECTOR Peter Watkins- Hughes is available for interviews, as is Gwents Chief Constable Mick Giannasi, from the Gwent Police. http://www.gwent.police.uk/
Aswell as ZIPLINE CREATIVE special effects team at www.ziplinecreative.com.
And the Actresses of the film, (please contact this channel for any other enquires)
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