** This video is intended for educational & entertainment purposes only. ** Learn more about FOX Knives here. Military Division: http://www.fkmdknives.com Civilian and Cutlery Division: http://www.foxcutlery.com This is not your average factory tour of a knife making facility! The town of Maniago in the north of Italy has been making knives for centuries. Fox Knives has continued this long tradition of using the expertise of an entire community to create some of the world's finest blades. GN was dispatched to Italy to do a factory tour. Soon upon arriving he realized that there was much more to this facility and its people than meets the eye. Tried and true processes in blade making are pretty much universal---its the manner in which these processes are conducted that make the difference. Thank you for watching our channel. Your subscription is valuable to us. Please consider subscribing. For business inquiries including video production, social media management, product integration and sponsorship please contact our Operations Director: PRubio@FunkerTactical.com Get Connected With the Team! Funker Tactical Website: http://www.FunkerTactical.com Funker Tactical FB Page: https://www.Facebook.com/FunkerTactical Music by: Machinima Sound, Anze Rozman and Samuel Nevarez. All of our videos are for entertainment and educational purposes only. Please do not try anything you see in a Funker Tactical video without the supervision of a qualified instructor. These actions are potentially dangerous and may cause injury or death. Always exercise the highest level of safety when handling weapons and firearms. Please check with your local authorities regarding the lawful ownership and use of any weapons, firearms, kit and gear you see in any of our videos. We are not responsible for the consequences derived from the purchase, importation, possession or use of any items you see in our channel. Once again, it is important that you check with your local authorities first.
The Maniago Revolt was an uprising in Pampanga during the 1660's. It is one of the revolts of the Filipinos against Spain. And well, the video tells it all. This was a school project for History. Don't even ask about the Mona Lenny thing it was my groupmates' ideas. :U Also, the two gals mentioned in the credits--they didn't actually do much I just didn't wanna hog all that shit. If you want to use it for your History class or some shit you gotta ask for permission or I'll Kamayamaya you into outer space. Don't remove the credits either. Music used, In order... "Strength of a Thousand Men" (Intro) "A Hero's Return" "False King" "United We Stand, Divided We Fall" by Two Steps from Hell. "Flowered Rust" by Myuuji "Pumpkin Party in Sea Hitler's Water Apocalypse" from Homestuck Original Soundtracks. e-e Art was done in Paint Tool Sai and editing was done with Sony Vegas 8.
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A list of the top 10 iconic revolts in Philippine history, from late 1500s to early 1800s. Excluded are the revolts during and beyond the time of Jose Rizal. Enjoy and learn! A video project for Philippine History by College of the Holy Spirit Manila students. For educational purposes. ______ Sources: Philippine History/The Philippine Revolution. (2015, November 26). Retrieved from https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Philippine_History/The_Philippine_Revolution TOPTEN.PH. Most Vicious Pinoy Revolts That Changed Philippine History As We Know It. Retrieved from http://www.topten.ph/2014/11/28/vicious-pinoy-revolts-changed-philippine-history-know/ Liclican, James Prae (2014, January 13). Chapter 13 filipino revolts against spain. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/praejames245/chapter-13-filipino-revolts-against-spain Trinidad, Marcy Canete (2013, Febuary 20). Filipino Revolts. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/MarcyTrinidad/filipino-revolts-16655902 Churchill, Bernardita Reyes (2015, April 16). History of the Philippine Revolution. Retrieved from http://ncca.gov.ph/subcommissions/subcommission-on-cultural-heritagesch/historical-research/history-of-the-philippine-revolution/ Penensoro, Richelle (2014, October 15). THE MANIAGO REVOLT (1660). Retrieved from https://prezi.com/8ajrgdvhq1af/the-maniago-revolt-1660/ Corpuz, Herbert (2013, July 26). Philippine revolts against spanish colonial rule. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/corpuz/philippine-revolts-against-spanish-colonial-rule Halili, Maria Christine N. (2nd edition). Philippine History. Manila : Rex Book Store. ______ MUSIC / Sound credits to: MATNIK - Drums of War (Instrumental Battle Music) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC83-n-L8IRhmCHEY8NHEkjg GrimePlus - Jungle [Grime Instrumental] https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa1UnkeFISpNgJlmakc-Bfw cre8ivmind - Instruments of the World: Kulintang https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxKq_QbgWxkwGz71-M_Hn7g Subsense01 - Shiva Tandava https://www.youtube.com/user/Subsense01 Eric Taylor - African Drums Eric Taylor - Honorable Battle https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy7nBjbEYlHUzswTRdWPg0g DaliRet – Tally the vote (Philippines and San Juan Del Sur) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdznibgF4rYjLFaanLWRQwQ
Continuing with our Chicago Blackhawk theme, we travel back in time to the night of Feb. 27, 1977 at Chicago Stadium when the great Stan Mikita beat Cesare Maniago for his 500th career goal in a 4-3 loss to the Vancouver Canucks. Mikita's goal is a beauty. He scissors between two Vancouver defenders and waits until goalie Maniago commits himself. When Maniago sprawls to the ice, Mikita lifts the puck over him with a backhander. It is Mikita's fifth - and final - shot on goal and comes on the 14th of his 16 shifts. Jim West of WCFL 1000-AM with the call.
Montana Made: Bonner knife company hand forges history
This video describes a lot of the history of A.G. Russell Knives, and about A.G. Russell himself.