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Australian Motorcross rider and member of the Crusty Demons, Robbie Marshall jumps over a helicopter with rotating blades and a Formula 1 car at Avalon Airport

Australian Motorcross rider and member of the Crusty Demons, Robbie Marshall jumps over a helicopter with rotating blades and a Formula 1 car at Avalon Airport on February 22, 2012 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)
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23 Feb 2012 10:38:00
Robbie Cooper - Immersion

Robbie Cooper is a British artist working in photography, video and 3D. In 2008 he began his project ‘Immersion’ in which he filmed people’s faces as they watched TV, played video games and using the internet. His images have been of interest to me because they link to how playing video games affects your behaviour out of the game. I think that there is a definite link between gaming and behaviour. I think violent games such as Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty do affect behaviour and can be linked to criminality.
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22 Sep 2013 12:21:00


Robbie Doherty & Keees – Pour The Milk (Official Music Video)
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05 Jun 2020 00:01:00
The bisexual glamour model, UK “Ex On The Beach” star Jemma Lucy poses naked and flashes extensive tattoos in X-rated shoot as Margot Robbie’s “Suicide Squad” character Harley Quinn. (Photo by Xposure Photos)

The bisexual glamour model, UK “Ex On The Beach” star Jemma Lucy poses naked and flashes extensive tattoos in X-rated shoot as Margot Robbie’s “Suicide Squad” character Harley Quinn. (Photo by Xposure Photos)
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01 Apr 2017 10:10:00
Actresses from left Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Rosie Perez, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Margot Robbie and Ella Jay Basco pose for a selfie photo upon arrival at the world premiere of “Birds of Prey” in London, Wednesday, January 29, 2020. (Photo by Joel C. Ryan/Invision/AP Photo)

Actresses from left Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Rosie Perez, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Margot Robbie and Ella Jay Basco pose for a selfie photo upon arrival at the world premiere of “Birds of Prey” in London, Wednesday, January 29, 2020. (Photo by Joel C. Ryan/Invision/AP Photo)
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09 Feb 2020 00:05:00
Parade participants during the traditional “Masopust Carnival” festival on February 13, 2018 in Roztoky near Prague, Czech Republic. Known as Masopust (literally, “giving up meat”), the festival was traditionally the last chance to eat and drink in excess before the austerity of Lent. (Photo by Margot Buff/RFE/RL)

Parade participants during the traditional “Masopust Carnival” festival on February 13, 2018 in Roztoky near Prague, Czech Republic. Known as Masopust (literally, “giving up meat”), the festival was traditionally the last chance to eat and drink in excess before the austerity of Lent. (Photo by Margot Buff/RFE/RL)
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14 Feb 2018 08:44:00
In this April, 2015, photo provided by DC Shoes, daredevil Robbie Maddison in his latest stunt rides his motorcycle across waves in Tahiti, French Polynesia, using ski-like devices on his wheels. (Photo by Tim McKenna/DC Shoes via AP Photo)

In this April, 2015, photo provided by DC Shoes, daredevil Robbie Maddison in his latest stunt rides his motorcycle across waves in Tahiti, French Polynesia, using ski-like devices on his wheels. (Photo by Tim McKenna/DC Shoes via AP Photo)
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04 Aug 2015 12:38:00
The World in Action team making a program about the pirate radio ship Caroline, filmed by Paddy Searle, and produced by Mike Hodges. The DJ being filmed is Robbie Dale, and Hodges is standing behind him

“«Pirate radio» in the UK first became widespread in the early 1960s when pop music stations such as Radio Caroline and Radio London started to broadcast on medium wave to the UK from offshore ships or disused sea forts. At the time these stations were not illegal because they were broadcasting from international waters. The stations were set up by entrepreneurs and music enthusiasts to meet the growing demand for pop and rock music, which was not catered for by the legal BBC Radio services”. – Wikipedia

Photo: The “World in Action” team making a program about the pirate radio ship Caroline, filmed by Paddy Searle, and produced by Mike Hodges. The DJ being filmed is Robbie Dale, and Hodges is standing behind him. (Photo by James Jackson/Evening Standard/Getty Images). 6th September 1967
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09 Sep 2011 08:54:00