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Just Flight Traffic X Review
- deal illegally; "traffic drugs"
- the aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles) coming and going in a particular locality during a specified period of time
- buying and selling; especially illicit trade
- Deal or trade in something illegal
- (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
- shoot a bird in flight
- an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
- Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
- a formation of aircraft in flight
- reappraisal: a new appraisal or evaluation
- A critical appraisal of a book, play, movie, exhibition, etc., published in a newspaper or magazine
- A formal assessment or examination of something with the possibility or intention of instituting change if necessary
- A periodical publication with critical articles on current events, the arts, etc
- look at again; examine again; "let's review your situation"
- an essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play)
Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in a miniature LP sleeve. 2007.
Despite not even charting in the band's native England, this album became a platinum-selling American hit on the basis of three enduring FM radio staples--the expansive, jazzy impressionism of the near-12 minute title track, and the more straightforward funk of the R&B charmers "Light Up or Leave Me Alone" and "Rock & Roll Stew." Those disparate tracks perfectly underscore Traffic's rich musical appeal and its restless, sometimes problematic creative and interpersonal relationships. With now thrice-departed Dave Mason out of the mix and percussionists Jim Gordon and Reebop Kwaku Baah participating in the studio for the first time, the band's innate musicality truly takes wing. Winwood's familiar vocal phrasings nearly take a backseat to his fluid, dramatic guitar work on "Rock & Roll Stew Roll" and "Many a Mile to Freedom," while the Tull-ish, folk-madrigal sensibilities of "Hidden Treasure" and "Rainmaker" are further punctuated by Chris Wood's deft flute and woodwind flourishes. Compared with the more organic John Barleycorn album, the contrast is all the more remarkable. While many contemporary bands were experimenting with various attempts at fusion, few achieved this collection's rock-jazz-folk-R&B range or level of often subtle sophistication. Digitally remastered, this edition also contains the six-minute-plus U.S. single version of "Rock & Roll Stew, Parts 1 & 2" as a bonus track. --Jerry McCulley
26 January, 2010 Trying To Capture Night Shots With Longer Exposure.
Location: Crossroads to King’s Way, Jamal, Thamel & Lainchaur - Kathmandu, Nepal
Time: 6:50 PM approximately.
Story To Share
It Was 6:30 PM Dark Winter, Returning Home From Work. The Story Is Kind Of Long Though I Tried Hard To Shorten It.
My Honey Wanted To Return With Me. So I Picked Her Up Right In Front Of ‘Hotel Annapurna’. As Always, I Speeded Up. There were No Traffic Lights. Road Was Kind Of Dark. I Didn’t See Traffic Assistants (1 Male & 1 Female) Were On Their Duty. I Did Not Hear They Were Blowing Whistle & Raising His Hand To Stop The Vehicles At My Direction. One Of The Bikes, Which Was Just Ahead Of Me Rushed & Took The Right Turn To Lainchaur. Since, I Was In Speed, I thought I Would Also Move Ahead. But The Traffic Came In The Way & Stopped Me. I’d Have Passed Him, But Sincerely I Stopped My Bike. He Told Me To Move Back. I Don’t Know What Went Wrong With Him. The Moment I Was Trying To Move Back, He Snatched My Key & Went Back To The Center Of The Crossroad For His Duty – Managing The Rush Road.
I Was Shouting At Him Like ‘Give My Key Back … Hello. … Give My Key Back’. I Asked My Honey To Get Off From The Bike. She Went & Stood To The Other Side Of The Road. After Yelling At Him For 5/6 Times, He Signaled Me To Come With The Bike At The Center Where He Was Standing. By That Time, I Was Like FIRE. I Disobeyed Him & Kept Waiting Him To Come To Me Instead.
Just Imagine – In The Rush Crossroad, I Had My Key Snatched & Disobeying Traffic Assistant. Everyone At My Back Was Scolding Me Like “Where The Hell Are You Stopping Your Bike?” Probably, I Was Blocking Their Way! When He Didn’t Come To Me, F*** I Parked My Bike In The Middle Of The Road & Went Straight To Him & Again Started Yelling At Him. I Shouted, “Why Did You Take My Key, What Was My Fault?...... BLAAH!! BLAAAH!!” He Just Ignored Me. Finally, He Asked For My License. Instead Of Giving My License, I Said, “Sir, Sorry For This Time. Please Let Me Go. Give My Key Back.” He Kept Asking Me For The License. I Kept Disobeying. Guess! What Did He Do Then? He Went To Where I Parked My Bike, Put The Key, Took It To Another Side – At The Corner Of The Road & Locked The Handle Too. He Was Saying, “You Better Come To Our Office Tomorrow & Get Your Bike.” That Was A Show Stopper!! :p
I Even Asked Female Traffic, “Will You Please Ask Him To Return My Key?” She Stared At Me Instead & Said, “Why Should I?” Hehe.. ;) This Time, With Patience & FIRE Put Off, I Gave Him My License. But, He Ignored It Too. He Deadly Ignored Me.
My Honey Was Looking At Me Being Mad. I Even Shouted At Her, “Go Home By Taxi!!” She Thought I Was Over Reacting To The Situation. I Got FIRE & Shouted At Her Again, “You Go By Taxi, Right Now!! :p” Why The Hell Did I Shout At Her? No Idea :p !! Silently, She Turned Back & Went The Way We Came. I Kept Looking At Her For Some Moment. I Was In Dilemma – Let Her Go Alone or Handle That Traffic Assistant Or Handle Myself!! She Could Go Home Safely, On Taxi. So, I Let Her Go!
That Traffic Asst. Went Back To His Duty. I Sat Where My Bike Was Parked With A Determination That No Matter What, I Would Not Let Him Take My Bike & Not Even Give Him My License. I Kept Waiting For Him To Finish His Duty. I Didn’t Feel Like Calling Anyone For Help. But I Called My Brother Asking Whether He Had The Duplicate Keys. He Suggested Me To Give Him The License & Ask For The Key Instead. But I Was Not Ready To Listen. I Told Him, “Let Me Handle This By Myself. If I Have To Fight, I Will.” As Minutes Passed By, I Felt Cold. I Had To Kill Time. I Took Out My Canon & Hehe , Started Taking Shots On Shots. For Some Moment, I Forgot What Had Happened. I Kept Looking At Him, Waiving His Hands, His Whistles. It Was Really Nice Time While I Watched Him Doing His Duty & How Some Other Guys Escaped & Double-crossed Him! I Counted 6 Cases As Of Mine But All Escaped. I Kept Saying Myself, “You Foolish, Should Have Done The Same To Escape!”
While Waiting, My Honey Had Sent Me SMS of Which The Last Line Says – “Calmly Try 2 Solve It out. Say Sorry... N No Red Lights… Hope Will Handle Coolly”. Meantime, 3 Other Traffic Assistants Were Passing. I Explained Them The Scenario. They Said, “Sorry, Since He’s In-Charge Of This Area. It’s Up to Him.” In Fact, They Also Suggested Me To Give Him My License. I Asked If They Could Help Me But They Just Said, “Goodnight!” :)
Finally After 45 Minutes, He Came To Me & Asked Me To Go Home. He Was About To Take My Bike. Since, I Have Realized What I Had To Do By Then, I Kindly Requested Him To Listen To Me For A Minute. He Agreed :D . I Explained Him, I Apologized Him, I Pleaded Him Several Times Again & Again. I told Him, “Since, It Was Dark, I Didn’t See You. I Was In Speed. I thought I Would Pass By.”
He Asked Me To Show M
Count how many traffic lights you see on one intersection, lol! and from that you will learn 10 things about ME... cause this is also for the TAGGING trend on flickr, hehheh!
I was tagged by DJ Ella and kuya Gabby Canonizado
From that I will also do the same thing, so here it goes;
List 10 things that your friends may or may not know about you, but that are true. Tag ten people and be sure to let them know they’ve been tagged (a quick message will do). Don’t forget to link back to the person who tagged you. Post a picture in your stream with the 10 facts and list your tagged people :)
1.I don’t have fair white and flawless skin, as what some of you thought! LoL!
2.I am sometimes a boring person because at times i just want to be alone and dwell in my own thoughts, but I’m not autistic ok?!
3.I play badminton occasionally cause I love my bed more that my racket, lol!
4.I love to watch cartoons, and I hate horror movies. My all time fave is Shrek!.. ehhehe!
5.I am a frustrated painter. Before, I planned to get fine arts but my parents told me that learning to paint is not something to invest in school, cause it is a gift and can be learned... of which I agree, heheh! They have the point... Now, I love photography and willing to learn more.
6.I love to travel and travel and travel but i don’t have much finances.
7. I’m a music lover but I like alternative more than love songs and I listen more to Christian songs.
8.I treasure my family and I love my friends.
9.I love God and He is my all priority.
10.I guess this is enough you know much already, hehhehe! Peace out...
The people I want to tagged along with:
1. izah- cause she comment 1st on this photo, heheh!
2. DJ maculet
3. Adobo express
4. 8 simple rules - ate trixie
7. Dr. Mario
10. 3DW4RDK- edward
i will break the rules too... heheh!
22. langga kita
23. mang maning
27. melo and edzL
28. kuya mori
30. sa lahat ng pinoy n may flickr, hhahah! message me pls if nkagawa n kayo, heheh!
just flight traffic x review
A twisting tale that attempts to chronicle the complex and diverse war on drugs. An Ohio Supreme Court Judge is appointed Drug Czar, but his loyalties are divided as he finds out his daughter is addicted to heroin. A jailed kingpin's wife attempts to take over his successful drug business. A local constable from Mexico struggles with his own ethics and how they play into the drug war.
Featuring a huge cast of characters, the ambitious and breathtakingTraffic is a tapestry of three separate stories woven together by a common theme: the war on drugs. In Ohio, there's the newly appointed government drug czar (Michael Douglas) who realizes after he's accepted the job that he may have gotten into a no-win situation. Not only that, his teenage daughter (Erika Christensen) is herself quietly developing a nasty addiction problem. In San Diego, a drug kingpin (Steven Bauer) is arrested on information provided by an informant (Miguel Ferrer) who was nabbed by two undercover detectives (Don Cheadle and Luis Guzman). The kingpin's wife (Catherine Zeta-Jones), heretofore ignorant of where her husband's wealth comes from, gets a crash course in the drug business and its nasty side effects. And south of the border, a Mexican cop (Benicio Del Toro) finds himself caught between both his home country and the U.S., as corrupt government officials duke it out with the drug cartel for control of trafficking various drugs back and forth across the border.
Bold in scope, Traffic showcases Steven Soderbergh at the top of his game, directing a peerless ensemble cast in a gritty, multifaceted tale that will captivate you from beginning to end. Utilizing the no-frills techniques of the Dogme 95 school, Soderbergh enhances his hand-held filming with imaginative editing and film-stock manipulation that eerily captures the atmosphere of each location: a washed-out, grainy Mexico; a blue and chilly Ohio; and a sleek, sun-dappled San Diego. But Traffic is more than a film-school exercise. Soderbergh and screenwriter Stephen Gaghan (adapting the British TV miniseries Traffik to the U.S.) seamlessly weave the threads of each separate plotline into one solid tale, with the actions of one plot having quiet repercussions on the other two. And if you needed more proof that Soderbergh takes unparalleled care with his actors, practically all the members of this cast turn in their best work ever, the standout being an Oscar-worthy Del Toro as the conflicted moral conscience of the film. While no story is fully resolved in the film, you'll be haunted by these characters days after you've seen the film. By far one of the best movies of 2000. --Mark Englehart
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