20 May 2010
05 March 2010
One of the most work intensive video's taken in one shot.
Do you like it?
25 February 2010
A while ago an experienced climber wanted his picture taken at Mount St. Helens.
Everyone who takes a good look at the rim of the crater knows there are very dangerous spots, especially when there's a thick layer of snow.
They guy however must have forgotten that or just not have used his brains.
He took of all equipment and even his coat, to have the best picture of his life taken.
Moments later he fell in the crater.
Even though his friends threw a survival kit towards him, he was found the other day: dead.
Another sad example of the irresponsibility of people.
Harsh, but true.
Here is one of the common videos everyone can see.
24 January 2010
We did have snow, but not much.
But my friends in Amsterdam had the joy of a white world again.
Isn't nature amazing?
26 December 2009
If I'd known you tube when my boys were younger, they would have become famous too.
Right now it's this boy's turn:
25 December 2009
I want to wish you all a merry christmas.
The snow is raining away here.
Such a pity, even though it's a relief for traffic.
So many more people arrive healthy at the place they want to go to.
You have to be careful though, as this proofs:
24 December 2009
Although it's Christmas Eve, I wanted to share some exciting news: The Senate just passed a historic health reform bill.
In all the back and forth, it's easy to lose sight of what this incredible breakthrough really means. But consider this: This Christmas, there are millions of Americans without health insurance who risk losing everything if they get sick.
There are mothers and fathers who wonder how they'll provide for their children because an illness has wiped out their savings. There are small business owners who worry that they'll have to lay off a long-time employee because the cost of insurance is rapidly rising.
If we finish the job, all this can change. We will have beaten back the special interests who have for so long perpetuated the status quo. We will have enacted the most important piece of social policy since the Social Security Act in the 1930s, and the most important health reform since Medicare in the 1960s.
In Decembers to come, millions more will have access to affordable coverage. Parents will have the security and stability of knowing their insurance can't be revoked at a moment's notice. And the skyrocketing costs plaguing our small businesses will be brought under control.
When you make calls, write letters, organize, this is the change you're making -- a better life for your family and for men and women in every state.
There is still more to do before I can sign reform into law -- a last round of negotiations and final votes in the Senate and the House -- and I'm counting on your help every step of the way. But for now, I hope that as you celebrate this holiday season, you remember that the work you are doing is making our union more perfect, one step at a time. For that, I am grateful to you.
Merry Christmas and happy holidays,
President Barack Obama
P.S. -- Organizing for America supporters are signing a note of appreciation to all the senators who have worked so hard to make this possible. I hope you'll join them: