DeAndre Nico and Funsho Impress with New Edition’s “Can You Stand the Rain” – The Voice 2018 Battles

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Team Adam’s DeAndre Nico and Funsho battle to New Edition’s “Can You Stand the Rain.”
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DeAndre Nico and Funsho Impress with New Edition’s “Can You Stand the Rain” – The Voice 2018 Battles

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3-year-old NC boy found after 2 days in freezing cold & rain

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A 3-year-old boy found alive two days he went missing was “meant to survive” as he endured heavy rains and cold temperatures by himself in the woods, the local sheriff said.

“What he survived out there — temperatures in the 20s, low 20s, the rain, the downpour that almost put our search on a standstill,” Craven County Sheriff Chip Hughes told ABC New Bern affiliate WCTI Friday morning. “This kid, he’s strong. He was meant to survive. He’s a survivor.”

Three-year-old Casey Hathaway was found Thursday night after he went missing Tuesday in wooded Craven County, North Carolina.

Rescued 3-year-old endured heavy rain, freezing temperatures alone in the woods: ‘He’s a survivor’

Mom: 3-year-old NC boy found after 2 days missing is doing well


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The Venice Beach People Don’t See: Homelessness in the Rain!

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Imagine your only choice for housing is a tent and the rain starts coming down nonstop for days. The public falsely believes homeless people like to be homeless that they are living homeless by choice. No refrigeration to preserve food, no wifi for Netflix, no bathrooms, and no escape from the bad weather. There are no days off, no vacation days, there is no personal leave – every single day homeless people have to fight just to survive. In rainy or snowy weather, homelessness goes from worse to beyond horrible.

I have made several good friends who live on the Venice Beach Boardwalk. They are good people; they just happen to be homeless. It breaks my heart thinking about what they have to endure when the weather is like is – cold and wet.

People are dying homeless. The other night my friend CJ’s friend died in her tent. I can’t even imagine what it must be like to be living in a tent when a person sleeping next to you passes away. According to Los Angeles County Coroner records, more than 1,200 homeless people have died since 2017.

In this video, I attempt to give you a little glimpse of what homelessness is like in the rain. The reality is I can stand outside with a camera, but it’s impossible to transmit the emotional trauma homeless people experience living outside in the elements without any real support! The last homeless count reports that around 850 people are without homeless in Venice, California. At best, the number is a good guess. The reality is there are far more people experiencing homelessness that are not counted.

We know how to end homelessness. We have known for years how to end homelessness. We just need the public support to do it. I any city in America, there is not enough housing and there is not enough support to help all of the people who are in desperate need. WE MUST CHANGE THAT!

This week the rain in Venice Beach, California reminded me of the time about nine years ago when I stood in front of a Los Angeles Winter Shelter in the pouring rain and recorded a video [ asking LAHSA’s leadership why they were kicking homeless seniors and homeless people with disabilities out into the monsoon weather. A CBS news reporter told me that the video went all the way to Governor Schwarzenegger who opened the National Guard Armories during the day. These days, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority is far more proactive in opening the homeless shelters in bad weather.

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Since its launch in November 2008, Invisible People has leveraged the power of video and the massive reach of social media to share the compelling, gritty, and unfiltered stories of homeless people from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. The vlog (video blog) gets up close and personal with veterans, mothers, children, layoff victims and others who have been forced onto the streets by a variety of circumstances. Each week, they’re on, and high traffic sites such as YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, proving to a global audience that while they may often be ignored, they are far from invisible.

Invisible People goes beyond the rhetoric, statistics, political debates, and limitations of social services to examine poverty in America via a medium that audiences of all ages can understand, and can’t ignore. The vlog puts into context one of our nation’s most troubling and prevalent issues through personal stories captured by the lens of Mark Horvath – its founder – and brings into focus the pain, hardship and hopelessness that millions face each day. One story at a time, videos posted on shatter the stereotypes of America’s homeless, force shifts in perception and deliver a call to action that is being answered by national brands, nonprofit organizations and everyday citizens now committed to opening their eyes and their hearts to those too often forgotten.

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Haboob, Dust to Rain Storm on AZ 347, John Wayne Parkway, Maricopa, Arizona, 2 August 2018 GP052477

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Haboob, Dust Storm to Rain Storm on AZ 347, John Wayne Parkway, Maricopa, Arizona, Severe Weather, 2 August 2018 GP052477
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Planting the Rain to Grow Abundance | Brad Lancaster | TEDxTucson

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Do you have any idea of what amazing things would be possible if you could see, and partner with, the unseen natural abundance around you?
Problems transform into solutions, and previously unimagined wonders of life emerge.
Brad shares the inspiring story of how he and others learned to see the rain differently, enabling them—and you—to plant it, rather than drain it; resulting in the growth of vibrant irrigation-free oases throughout communities in drought years, which act as absorbent sponges solving flooding in wet years, and the regeneration of our neighborhoods and larger world in all years.

Brad is the author of the award-winning books Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond,, and co-founder of Brad is also a regenerative systems educator, designer, and consultant. In the Sonoran Desert, with just 11 inches of annual rainfall, he and his brother harvest about 100,000 gallons of rainwater a year on an eighth-acre urban lot and adjoining right-of-way. This harvested water is then turned into living air conditioners of food-bearing shade trees, abundant gardens, and a thriving landscape incorporating wildlife habitat, beauty, medicinal plants, and more. The goal of his book series and overall work is to empower his clients and community to make positive change in their own lives and neighborhoods—by harvesting and enhancing free on-site resources such as water, sun, wind, shade, community, and more. It’s catching on, as evidenced by tens of thousands of practitioners and demand for Brad’s work around the world.

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Desert Rain Cafe Breakfast – Early morning Cholla Bud Cactus Salsa Omelette, 6 March 2015

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Desert Rain Cafe Breakfast – Early morning Cholla Bud Cactus Salsa Omelette, 6 March 2015, Sells, Arizona, GOPR3736,

Girl in the Rain | Umbrella Art | Beginner Acrylic Painting Lesson

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Girl in the Rain with a Red Umbrella Easy Paint tutorial for New painters. This Beginning Acrylic Tutorial of a walk in the rain is a fully guided paint along with complete Step by step instructions. Every part of the painting process is covered so you can sit back and enjoy making your own painting right at home. Bring friends and something to drink and you can create a memory that will hang on your wall forever!!!

*** Acrylic Paint Colors ***
Titanium White:
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Mars Black:

*** Recommended Canvas Size ***
16×20 (41cm x 51¾cm) canvas, pre-gessoed:

*** Recommended Brushes ****
Bright 1” ½” ¼”
Filbert 1” ½”
Detail round medium and fine
½ shader

I generally paint with Simply Simmons , Creative Mark, Ebony Splendor and Pro Stroke brushes. I also use some Windsor Newton and Ruby Satin Silver

My favorite Brush is Goldilocks or Simply Simmons bright #10 Extra Firm Filament

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Paper towels
Water cup
Chalk, a few colors
Table easel
Delicious snack or beverage
A smile!

Have fun Live with The Art Sherpa during this BEGINNER HOW TO PAINT art lesson in acrylic art tutorial. This is an easy, fun, social art lesson for canvas. We talk about art and other fun subjects. With help and guidance, anyone can paint. You can paint!

Want to see something? Just comment! Tell me what you’d like to paint, or what you want to know about art. This is YOUR art journey. Open your heart and access your art.

Acrylics are a fun and enjoyable painting medium. I prefer ‘Creative Mark’ brushes, and I use Liquitex heavy body acrylic paint, Matisse Derivan, and golden colors.

I love teaching people to paint in a supportive environment. Everyone deserves to have art in their lives and feel the joy that art can bring! Follow along and share your art journey with me! I look forward to hearing from you.

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Mormon YouTubers Brave Wind and Rain for Epic Trek Reenactment

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Mormon YouTubers come together with their families for an event for the upcoming premiere of Trek the movie. Watch them as they go on a mini trek reenactment on a stormy day.

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“Cherry Chocolate Rain” Original Song by Tay Zonday

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Tay Zonday sings a DrPepper version of “Chocolate Rain.”
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Dr Pepper decided to make me a music video to celebrate their new Cherry Chocolate beverage! It was a fantastic shoot and I met lots of talented people!

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Director, Jeff Tomsic

Song Produced By E. Dan for ID Labs Productions

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Allow me to introduce myself
My name is Tay
It’s T-A-Y, T-A-Y to the Z
This is the web and it’s gonna murder your TV

It was Chocolate Rain
Wrote a song about that history
Chocolate Rain
Now I’m paid a hefty hefty fee

Chocolate Rain
Listen to the funky rhymes I weave
Chocolate Rain
I move away from the mic to breathe

He moves his mouth away from the mic so he can breathe [Repeat]

I wanna tell you about a love that took me by force

She took my heart like a wild red horse. I call her

Cherry Chocolate Rain
I open the door and see you standing there
Cherry Chocolate Rain
Pull me in with that delicious stare

Cherry Chocolate Rain
I need you right now don’t you want to stay
Cherry Chocolate Rain
Your beauty burns me like a solar ray

Mista Johnson with Tay Zonday
Most downloaded video clips
Most exclusive video chicks
Makin big videos
With big city pros
Got mad pad willy flows
That get many dough oh

Make it pop cherry
Whoa, tick tock to the clock
little Berry flows
Ridiculous, Mista Johnson
and Tay Zonday sick with this

Cherry Chocolate Rain
Release my love and unlock the chains
Cherry Chocolate Rain
Your energy is coarsing through my veins

Cherry Chocolate Rain
Ohio’s agriculture’s based on grains
Cherry Chocolate Rain
My love will just never be the same

Dark sweet unexpected
Taste the secret you’re infected
Cure my body’s deepest pains
Brought the thunder, made it rain

Oh, my Cherry Chocolate Rain.
I love you.
This internet thing is wild.

Dr Pepper is a carbonated soft drink marketed as having a unique flavor. The drink was created in the 1880s by Charles Alderton in Waco, Texas and first served around 1885. Dr Pepper was first nationally marketed in the United States in 1904, and is now also sold in Europe, Asia, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand (as an imported drink), South Africa (also as an imported drink), and South America. Variants include a version without high fructose corn syrup, Diet Dr Pepper, as well as a line of additional flavors, first introduced in the 2000s.

The U.S. Patent Office recognizes December 1, 1885, as the first time Dr Pepper was served. It was introduced nationally in the United States at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition as a new kind of soda pop, made with 23 flavors. Its introduction in 1885 preceded the introduction of Coca-Cola by one year.

It was formulated by Brooklyn-born pharmacist Charles Alderton in Morrison’s Old Corner Drug Store in Waco, Texas.[1] To test his new drink, he first offered it to store owner Wade Morrison, who also found it to his liking. Patrons at Morrison’s soda fountain soon learned of Alderton’s new drink and began ordering a “Waco”. Alderton gave the formula to Morrison, who named it Dr Pepper.