Graphic is nothing new when it comes to anything by Lindemann. In the video, which depicts the vocalist as some kind of school leader, you'll see body parts chopped off with an axe, sawed off with a chainsaw, a man fall to his death as he's strapped to a chair and more. The kids aren't part of the violence, of course. Check out the video below, and follow along with the lyrics, as well as the English translation according to Lyrics Translate , underneath. As far as Rammstein goes, the band announced their rescheduled North American stadium tour dates for just over a week ago.
By , Josie Naikoi, then 29, had hit what she thought was the pinnacle of her career. With it, she was able to put her little sister through college, pay off a pile of medical debt and feel a tremendous sense of financial security. Josie was a distributor at a multi-level marketing company, or MLM, selling health and fitness supplements and aids to her friends, family members and social media followers, as well as actively recruiting new sellers for her team called her "downline" in MLM parlance and earning a percentage based on their sales. MLMs sell products through person-to-person sales. If you go all in, as Josie did when she quit her job as a hair stylist to work as a distributor full-time, the benefits can be intoxicating. Josie, who lives in Missouri, frequently traveled to conventions, team retreats and sought-after speaking engagements — all on her own dime.
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That means, of course, no audience. However you approach it, Burnham's latest creation shows just how snug his self-aware wisdom and darkness can be in his definition of comedy. It should be stated that the songs are often very funny, even as they get weirder and darker, and the idea of a progressively shaggy Burnham recording everything himself adds to its tension.
One killed in apparent street racing incident in Chula Vista. Del Mar. A smaller version of the event — with food booths, exhibits, a couple rides and entertainment — opens Friday. San Diego federal judge wipes out a key pillar of state gun regulations, again. It is the third time since that U. District Judge Roger Benitez has struck down state gun laws. Public Safety.