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Tarok, one of the greatest trotters in history, with his sulky (and breeder/trainer’s son) Jørn Laursen. 
He was sired by the american Pay Dirt, out of the danish mare, Tina Virup. Born in 1972.
Tarok and his breeder(Karl Laursen)’s sons, mostly Jørn, crossed the wire first 111 times, out of 156 starts. He won races such as the 1967 Dansk Trav Derby(Danish Trot Derby) and the 1977 European Championships for 5-year-olds. He raced in New York once with less good results. In France he ran fourth in the toughest race in Europe, the best placing than any other Danish trotter before him. 

At the age of nine, in 1981, Tarok died of a deadly bowel disease. He is buried together with his breeders, Karl and his wife, near the place, where they lived. 
This horse was “every body“‘s horse, and will forever be remembered as Dannebrog På Fire Ben here in Denmark (Dannebrog On Four Legs).

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Go for the Gold in Pay Dirt

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Go for the Gold in Pay Dirt

Pay Dirt is a board game about mining for gold—but we’re not talking about ’49ers with pickaxes and pans here. This is modern-day mining, with excavators and bulldozers. And paperwork. (Well, just a little.)

At a glance: Pay Dirtis for 2 to 4 players, ages 13 and up, and takes about an hour and a half to play. The game is a combination of auction mechanics and worker placement, though in this…

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Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)
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Arcade Fire - “Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)”

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For reasons that remain unclear, Arcade Fire decided to make Charlottesville one of its two shows in North America before a long tour mostly in Europe. The other North American show? Bonnaroo.

I’m not complaining. Whatever the band’s reason - warming up for a long tour, some deal with the still-influential DMB manager who lives here, or just wanting to visit Monticello - the people who are around for the summer benefited.

A lot of Arcade Fire’s songs fit the Pay Dirt theme (as I understand Pay Dirt, I guess). The song will start gently with one or two instruments, then the vocals kick in, then more instruments, then the tempo increases, and suddenly you have a wonderfully loud collection of sound before it all goes back to nothing. I love songs that build like that, and Arcade Fire has hooked me with several of them. I’m not trying to say the band is one dimensional; the group has more than one type of song. They just hit pay dirt well.

The first one I heard that fits what I’m talking about was “Tunnels”, and it remains right near the top of my list of AF songs. And man, did they ever nail it live.

So what’s wrong with Arcade Fire? Let’s start with what Win Butler looks like on stage. Someone should tell him to lose the military-type outfit and aggressive haircut. Looks like a Nazi.

-Paul

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Oh quiet down, I’ve had enough
I guess it’s now or never
Iv been around, I’ve settled up
I’ll bolt soon or later

I took a photograph of me
When I was only nineteen
I looked a little lost at sea
I keep trying to find me

[Chorus]
So pray for me brother
I need redemption
I’m just a man
A man on a mission
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
Pray for me sister
Give me a mention
I got no faith
And oh did I mention
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble






Oh pack it up and hit the road
And only take my lighter
I’ve seen glitz, I’ve seen the glam
But I prefer the pay dirt

I took a photograph of me
When I was only nineteen
I looked a little lost at sea
I keep trying to find me

[Chorus]
So pray for me brother
I need redemption
I’m just a man
A man on a mission
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
Pray for me sister
Give me a mention
I got no faith
And oh did I mention
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble

Maybe you could save my soul
Cause of all the things that I don’t know
Maybe you could save my soul
Cause of all the things that I don’t know

[Chorus]
So pray for me brother
I need redemption
I’m just a man
A man on a mission
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
Pray for me sister
Give me a mention
I got no faith
And oh did I mention
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble
I want no trouble


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Putting “I” first in Insight to Innovation

Putting “I” first in Insight to Innovation. Insights are valuable both to existing businesses in their existing categories and markets and to new entrants. I’s are important in Innovation and starting with the first one – an Insight is a great place to start a value creation journey to innovation pay dirt.

Welcome to the first in a series of posts as we travel the journey from insight to innovation.  Our plan here is to share some ‘insights’ ironically behind what differentiates the businesses that succeed in finding an insight, generating compelling new product or business ideas and concepts from their insights and taking them through a systematic process to innovation in the market place.

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The Voice 2015 Blind Audition - Anthony Riley: “I Got You (I Feel Good)”

Anthony Riley strikes pay dirt in his blind audition with his take on James Brown’s “I Got You (I Feel Good).”


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Baby Needs New Shoes: Freshly Picked Moccasins

    Fashion Spotlight:  There’s nothing cuter than baby shoes or the little feet that go inside them, and when you combine that with quality made in the USA craftsmanship, and one woman who has a clear vision of what makes sense for children’s fashion, you have a winner.American thrift and tenacityMeet Susan Petersen, Founder/Creator of Freshly Picked, a line of handmade clothing in the USA that took many attempts and six design prototypes before she struck pay-dirt with a very wearable and adorable pair of moccasins for babies.  Petersen started making baby moccasins in 2009 after becoming frustrated by the […] http://goo.gl/nGppYh

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