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I apologize for the video. The Flip camera, while totally awesome, has some short comings. One being image stabilization or lack thereof.
If you made it this far, the number one reason for our success, and our continued success, is you and the other 28,000+ Cloudy Nights family members. Cloudy Nights is only as good as its membership.
The alliance is a group of gentleman who come together every two weeks for a friendly game of skill. With such colorful individuals such as Wimpy, Coach, Rocket Launcher and Trash Heap
From what I can tell Apple TV will stream videos from your ITunes compatible computer to any TV with their magic box attached to it.
I was born in 1972 and this is the only rock music my parents approved of. And this wasn’t on cassette or 8 track. This was the real deal, vinyl.