Model Elaine Irwin shares her thoughts on how things have changed... for the better.
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Elaine's production from filming, music to words. This is my O Level work that I would like to share with everybody. Special thanks to both my Art and Music teachers for their patience and spending extra time to help me complete my work and this is for everybody I know.
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https://www.alexanderwatch.com/ Watch Out World is a series by Alexander Watch that features professionals in their respective industries, and how it relates to the concept of time. Professional Surfer Elaine Abonal is the founder of Surfista Travels Philippines - a local surf company that currently organizes surf camps and surf lessons in Siargao Island. Surfista Travels has had more than 300 participants from all over the Philippines and the world and is almost 5 years old. Through the years, she has seen the surf culture change and grow in the Philippines and saw that being able to help people get into surfing and surf spots the most fun and professional way possible was her own way of contributing and sharing her passion for surfing. It has become known around the world as a local brand for Philippine surfing and has become a positive influence not only to girls and women around the world but also to local Filipino surfing communities. To Learn more about Elaine and Surfista https://www.instagram.com/surfistatravels/ https://www.instagram.com/elaineabonal/ https://www.facebook.com/SurfistaTravels firstname.lastname@example.org Special Thanks: Oliver Bayer - for some of the water shots Bikini: https://www.instagram.com/meninastyleph_/ Sponsors: GoPro Philippines & VMV Hypoallergenics Philippines Featured Alexander Watch: Olyn A420 - 01 https://www.alexanderwatch.com/watch/mens-vanquish-olyn-a420-stainless-steel-bracelet/ Produced by: Irwin Rommel https://www.instagram.com/irwinrommel/ Produced by: Princess Manzon https://www.instagram.com/pjsandstories/ Produced by: Alana Casner https://www.instagram.com/bunnyfromtheblock/ Shot and Edited by: Sal D'Alia https://www.saldalia.com/ https://www.instagram.com/timbuz/
ERIC! YOUR QUESTION IS...: If you could go anywhere right now where would you go and why? And as I promised, I'm going to challenge you. You have to read Phantom of the Opera by the end of June AND act out your favourite scene. BY THE END OF JUNE! Correction: Izak's house is in fact over 5 and a half miles from the school I walked to... That would explain why I feel like I have noodle legs. (And it actually got me into the sun... and my chest is paying the price. OW) And it took about 20 minutes to get my hair back to normal... It was painful... Uuummm....That's all! OH! My mum's not insane... I swear!
SIGN UP FOR DROPOUT: http://bit.ly/2Sn5kha A look back at Precious Plum with all-new commentary from Plum & Mama. FOLLOW THE CAST: ALLY: http://www.twitter.com/lilbeardsley GRANT: http://www.twitter.com/grantob KATIE: http://www.twitter.com/katiemarovitch TRAPP: http://www.twitter.com/mikewtrapp RAPH: http://www.twitter.com/chestangraphael REKHA: http://www.twitter.com/rekhalshankar BRENNAN: https://twitter.com/brennanlm SAM: http://www.twitter.com/samreich See more http://www.collegehumor.com LIKE us on: http://www.facebook.com/collegehumor FOLLOW us on: http://www.twitter.com/collegehumor FOLLOW us on: http://www.collegehumor.tumblr.com SIGN UP for our emails: http://bit.ly/2E6svor CAST Elaine Carroll Josh Ruben CREW Director - Sam Reich Producer - Bridgett Greenberg Production Coordinator - Jessica Clemons Director of Photography - Cooper James Production Designer - Caitlin Williams HMU - Alex Perrone Sound Mixer - Bo Sundberg Editor - Ryan Bender
This was Roger Corman’s last film as a director for American International Pictures Released by the B-movie specialist outfit American International Pictures in 1971 Gas-s-s-s wasn’t the first movie to imagine a world run by hippies. That honor belongs to 1968’s darkly comic Wild In The Streets, another AIP release. The unification of two Corman threads: the scatterbrained comedies of the early 60’s (think The Little Shop of Horrors) the counterculture movies (The Wild Angels and The Trip). Gas-s-s-s was an idea of Corman's A world where everybody over thirty had died (Don’t trust anyone over thirty) The writer, George Armitage remembers the concept just being "a sentence, and that’s what we went with... He let you make it your own, and I did." What possible war-fighting value could the Pentagon have seen in that chemical? Practically everybody on a battlefield would be naturally immune (the average age of a foot-soldier in Vietnam was nineteen) Shot in Dallas and New Mexico, The music of Country Joe & The Fish 1958 Edsel Pacer Gas-s-s-s found a fresh airing on late night television in the 1980s. • Coel the campus of Texas A&M University with a crossbow o Never explained. • Driving through Dealey Plaza and past the Texas School Book Depository • The garishly painted bus that follows Coel and Cilla out of town actually will be explained in the very last scene in the film (Lincoln, Gandhi, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Alfred E. Neuman) Coel - Robert Corff A small role in Fright Night He currently is a voice coach Cilla - Elaine Giftos Her first television appearance was in an episode of I Dream of Jeannie ("Jeannie the Matchmaker") as a dating service clerk named Laverne Sadelko who sets herself up with Roger Healy. Bonanza, The Interns, Ironside, Adam-12,Streets of San Francisco, Love, American Style, The Partridge Family in a recurring role as Reuben Kinkcaid's girlfriend Bonnie Klenschmidt, Kolchak: The Night Stalker, The Bob Newhart Show, The Six Million Dollar Man, Otherworld (TV series), Barney Miller, Three's Company, Hawaii Five-O, Quincy, M.E., Knight Rider, Magnum, P.I., Murder, She Wrote, Tales of the Unexpected, the cult classic War of the Worlds, Ally McBeal, Mars and Beyond, and Family Law. Her movie credits include roles in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (1970), Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) (1972), The Wrestler (1974), Paternity (1981, starring Burt Reynolds), Last film: The Trouble with Dick (1987). Billy the Kid - George Armitage Writer: Wrote this movie Night Call Nurses Private Duty Nurses George briefly wrote and directed low-budget movies for Corman in the ’70s before becoming one of those directors with more talent than opportunities He directed the terrific Miami Blues in 1990 scoring a hit in 1997 with Grosse Point Blank. Carlos - Ben Vereen Roots Chicken George He discovered he was adopted when he applied for a passport to join Sammy Davis, Jr. on a tour of "Golden Boy" to London when he was 25. 'Chicken' George Moore in Alex Haley's landmark TV miniseries Roots Funny Lady (1975) All That Jazz (1979) SCTV 1984 Marissa - Cindy Williams Beware! The Blob and The Killing Kind Shirley Feeney in the television situation-comedy Laverne & Shirley Laurie Henderson in the film American Graffiti The mysterious Ann in The Conversation She auditioned for George Lucas's next project, Star Wars, but lost the role of Princess Leia to Carrie Fisher. Laverne & Shirley: Williams left the show after the second episode of the show's eighth and final season, after she became pregnant with her first child. Williams and co-star Marshall had also been feuding for quite some time, and this had also spurred her decision to leave. They would reconcile a few years later. Hooper - Bud Cort, Brain Dead and Bates Motel Harold in Hal Ashby's 1971 film Harold and Maude Robert Altman's 1970 film Brewster McCloud In the movie MASH (Pvt. Lorenzo Boone) The Big Empty The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou 2006 Arrested Development As Himself Coralee - Talia Shire (Going by the name Tally Coppola) The Dunwich Horror and Prophecy I Heart Huckabees (2004) Talia is the sister of director and producer Francis Ford Coppola Connie in The Godfather Movies and Adrian in the Rocky Movies Alex Wilson as Jason Pat Patterson as Demeter Gary Caplan as Raincoat HarryCountry Joe McDonald as AM Radio Vietnam War, whose familiar chorus ("One, two, three, what are we fighting for?")
Ellen gave "Girls Trip" star Tiffany Haddish the surprise of her life when she introduced her to her idol, Oprah Winfrey.