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VA - French Shanson (2011)
VA - French Shanson (2011)
Genre: Shanson / Pop | 200 Tracks | MP3 128 kbps | 647 MB

Stand By Me (1986) DVDRip XViD-T0XiC
Stand By Me (1986) DVDRip XViD-T0XiC
DVDRip | English | 01:28:40 |608x336 | XviD 1002 kbps | MP3 104 kbps | 709 MB
Genre: Adventure | Drama
IMDB info

Plot: Based on Stephen Kings Short story "The Body", "Stand By Me" tells the tale of Gordie Lachance, a writer who looks back on his preteen days when he and three close friends went on their own adventure to find the body of a kid their age who had gone missing and presumed dead. The stakes are upped when the bad kids in town are closely tailing - and it becomes a race to see wholl be able to recover the body first.

Ximo Tebar - Eclipse (2006)

Year: 2006 I Genre: Jazz, GuitarLabel: Sunny Side
Quality: FLAC (img,cue,log,scans) | Bitrate: lossless | 320kbps
Time: 59:40 min I Size: 420 mbI (+5% rec.)

Jesse Jones Jr. - The So Then Collection (2007)

1CD | EAC-Rip | FLAC-tracks +cue +log +COVERS | May 5, 2007 | 417,55 Mb
Genre: Jazz, Soul | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: On Line

Maysa - The Very Best Of 2011

Maysa - The Very Best Of 2011
Genre: Jazz / Soul / R&B
15 Track | Mp3 | VBR Kbps | 123.33 MB


Raymond Lefevre - Collection Vol. 1-5 (2003) -kid


Raymond Lefevre - Collection Vol. 1-5 (2003)
Genre: Classical / Instrumental | 5CD | MP3 320kbps | 841 MB

VA - Russian Rap Quarter (2010)-kid



VA - Russian Rap Quarter (2010)
RAP | 25 | 01:13:00 | mp3 | 320 kbps | 175 Mb

Cab Calloway - Chronogical Classics (1930-1940) (8CD Box Set) APE

Cab Calloway - Chronogical Classics (1930-1940) (8CD Box Set) APE
EAC rip | 8CD | APE - Log - Cue | Covers | Release: 1930-1940 | 1.69 GB
Genre: Jazz

Beach Day

89 RGB JPEG Images | 3517x2340 Pixels | 530 MB REUPLOADED!

Young parents take their kids to the beach for a fun, relaxing vacation day. Mom and dad put sunscreen on their preteen girls noses before they tan on the beautiful white sand. The younger kids get out the flotation toys, snorkel gear, and water wings, play with a beach ball, or collect shells and starfish. The kids get a ride on dad's shoulders and his son thrills at getting an extra wild spin. Mom and dad take a walk or relax in beach chairs, soaking up this perfect family day.


Scatman John - Take Your Time

Scatman John - Take Your Time (1999) FLAC
Release: 1999 | FLAC (image + .cue) | EAC Rip | Track:12 | Size: 362 mb
Genre: Jazz-dance, Euro House, Disco | Label: G.I.B. Music & Distribution GmbH

La Vie Est Une Chanson (2009)
La Vie Est Une Chanson (2009)
Year Of Release:2009 | Quality:MP3 | Bitrate:VBR | Total Time:04:05:35 | Total Size:618 MB
Label:Polskie Radio SA | Genre:Chanson/Pop

Caravan Palace - Caravan Palace (2008)

Year: 20 Oct 2008 I Label: Wagram I Time: 54:48 min

Genre: Jazz, Neo-Swing, Electro Swing I Size: 413 Mb

Quality: Flac(image+.cue I Bitrate: Lossless/320kbps



PreTeen Starter Pack

PreTeen Starter Pack


Raymond Lefevre - Collection Vol. 1-5 (2003)
Raymond Lefevre - Collection Vol. 1-5 (2003)
Genre: Classical / Instrumental | 5CD | MP3 320kbps | 841 MB

VA - Vintage Cafe Essentials (2011)

VA - Vintage Cafe Essentials (2011)
Genre: Lounge / Chillout / Downtempo
50 Track | Format: Mp3 | Quality: 320 Kbps | 489.66 MB

Summer Challenge Athletics Tournament PAL WII-iCON
Summer Challenge Athletics Tournament PAL WII-iCON
Wii | EN, DE, FR, IT, ESP | PAL | Developer: DTP Entertaiment AG | 4.33 GB
Genre: Sport

Summer Challenge Athletics Tournament represents 20 summer disciplines of sports. Play all family and enjoy.

Feast 3 DVDRip


Feast 3 DVDRip
I often lament the state of horror movies these days. If it’s not a remake of some schlock splatterhouse flick from the 70s or 80s or a derivation of a foreign concept, it’s some trite excuse to flash tits covered in buckets of gore. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. I mean, good horror is supposed to be a little bad. But there’s a limit. Netflix is resplendent with an assortment of tersely titled grindhouse wannabes, churned out by guys with digital camcorders, Suicide Girl fetishes, and lifetime Fangoria subscriptions. Being a horror writer myself,

Awesome. Starting off right where the last one left off. I mean literally. The last five minutes of the last movie are the first five of this one. It’s the principle of Robert Zemeckis: Why make one shitty sequel when you can make two at once? So for those of you keeping score, a bunch of assholes nobody likes are stuck on a roof in a terrible town while monsters try to eat them. I had held a desperate hope that they would have cleaned house castwise like they did between the original (and superiorly funspirited) Feast and Feast II. Instead, they did up a Back to the Feaster II and Feaster III Triple Feast. If Christopher Lloyd doesn’t drive a train off a cliff, this movie already fails.







00:00:36: Clu Gulager, the director’s father, is back as the Bartender who won’t fucking die. He’s standing in the middle of the desert, staring angrily into the camera, saying, “Thanks for fucking my potential acting retirement plan, son. I couldn’t be a stunt hand in a Turkish jerkoff film now. Joke’s on you, I blew your inheritance on hookers and Pixie Sticks.”







00:03:00 Seriously, this is just the end of the last movie. That’s some green filmmaking, Ed Begley Jr. Why this didn’t kill at Sundance is beyond me. If they filmed a compost pile decaying it’d get a four picture fucking deal these days. And yet we’re going to SXSW, where anyone can be a filmmaker if they have $75.







00:04:00: Now I remember why I hate everyone from the last film. Didn’t they kill everyone, goddammit?







00:04:45: Finally! New footage! Honey Pie, my arch nemesis who survived in the credits of the last film — IS DEAD! One of the monsters decrapitated the broad. I don’t care how annoyingly resilient you appear to be. Nobody gets up from a deheadening. Ask the Kurgan.







00:04:47: The monster is eating Honey Pie’s huge noggin like a golden delicious apple. And now. The monster. Is crapping. A human head. Put that on your resume, Heigl.







00:05:00: I guess stupid bitch heads aren’t fortified with the nutrients monsters need to grow up and be in quality films. Five minutes in, and we’ve got recycled footage, a beheading, and scat humor. Stick with YouTube, kids. Five years from now, The Oscar will go to a documentary shot on cell phones. And it’ll be hosted by Tyler Perry.







00:05:30: Christ, again with the little yearbook writeups for the characters. The arc for the Bartender says, “WWII Vet, now fighting his greatest battle, blah-blah-blah.” I’m pretty sure this was the dominant pattern for the script. “They fight monsters with guns on the roof. Make sure chicks are topless. Blood and shit. Blah-blah-fritos scoops are teh shinzorgans.”







00:06:07: Joan Jett the Biker Queen is killing a monster with a motorcycle. I’m positive there’s some sort of austere symbolism for female empowerment going on that I’m not fully appreciating. Probably because she’s spouting such overwhelmingly powerful dialogue, “Die!” and “Bleed!”







00:06:20: “Bleed it out! Bleed it all out!” That’s what I scream at my girlfriend during her special lady time. What? If this movie’s not bringing the A-game, I’m certainly not. Tampax! Gets the red out!







00:06:35: “That’s some Pam Grier shit!” Slasher, the only black character. Congrats on reigniting apartheid, my brother. If memory serves me correctly, the last movie ended with them getting swarmed by monsters on the roof. Where have all the monsters gone? Are they with the cowboys?







00:07:00: Somebody slip in the blood, somebody slip in the blood! C’mon, this calls for some wacky Stoogian hijinks!







00:07:10: What in the piss purple fuck?! Greg Swank is STILL ALIVE? The motherfucker got a steel pipe blasted through his head! It’s still there! They replayed the scene just so we knew! Fucking Swank is played by the goddamn director’s brother. CHRIST! It was SWANK! Swank fell in the goop! Oh, retarded magic is not nearly as much fun to watch when you know where the coins are really disappearing to.







00:07:39: Oh, good. They’re shooting in night vision. So you can bask in all the glorious functionality of the $450 digital camcorder the movie was shot on. White balance next! Autofocus! Anti-tremble function! Whooo! Technology! AV CLUB 4EVA!







00:08:00: Oh, goddamn you, Secrets. I hope someone beats you Oprah and Blue with the Bible. If you recall, she’s called Secrets because she believes in “The Secret”. Also, she keeps repeating, “We gotta believe. We gotta believe.” Who says you can’t have witty social commentary in a grindhouse flick?







00:08:25: They keep going back and forth from nightvision to color. That’s going to use up most of the $65 budget. And a motherfucker needs his goddamn Fritos scoops.







00:08:28: Ahhhh! HAHAHAHAHA! I paused the DVD to write “I bet they’re gonna have a monster jump out from the shadows any second now.” And one did! But in the freeze frame, I can totally see the wire mesh inside the mouth of the costume that the actor looks through! I think it’s James Lipton! Lipton’s the fucking monster!







00:08:49: For those of you keeping score at home, Two monsters have been killed. All by gals. One Honey Pie left out in the rain. She’ll never have to be in the movie again. On our home team we’ve got: Bartender, Slasher, Biker Queen, Secrets, Greg Swank, two Tattooed Biker chicks named Tit Girl and Tat Girl, and theoretically Lightning, unless the midget budget ran over from the last film. Eight is enough! Eight people who will hopefully perish before long!







00:09:00: This movie officially includes more exposed breasts in the first ten minutes of any film I’ve ever seen before, and I’m including pornography.







00:09:37: They keep going close-up on the “dead” monster. I wonder if he’s really dead? Will he jump up and kill? “We’re what’s left of what’s left behind.” Sounds like the Samuel L. “Every Dead Black Hero” Jackson Memorial Monologue to me.







00:10:11: Nope. He lives. They just like zooming in in nightvision. A black guy’s just as green as you and me when the lights are out. Togetherness.







00:10:15: I give up. A guy in a jeep comes driving down the road. And WHATHEFUCKETYFUCKWHISTLE?! THUNDER IS STILL ALIVE?!!!







If you recall from the last movie, Thunder — the other half of the midget team — was splattered all over the street by the ill-fated but awesome midget catapult experiment. He was then subsequently torn in half by the monsters, but being a midget, I’m not sure what fraction that represents. Potentially a third.







And here he is, as a fucking tiny torso with intestines hanging out, STILL ALIVE! And doing reverse pushups.







00:10:20: This must be a new character. He’s driving an army jeep with a spiked ram on the front. He just ran over Thunder! That’s no way to treat your marquee midget, Gulager. Motherfucker was in Pirates of the Caribbean Elevenses: The Search for Ulee’s Gold.

Various Artists - Legends of Jazz (with Ramsey Lewis) - Showcase, Volume Two, Volume Three (2006)
Various Artists - Legends of Jazz (with Ramsey Lewis) - Showcase, Volume Two, Volume Three (2006)
3 CDs | EAC rip | FLAC(image) + CUE + LOG | No Scans | RAR FILES (3% recovery) | 818 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: LRSmedia

Its hard to believe this CD sampler of the PBS broadcast live-music series, hosted by the ubiquitous pianist Ramsey Lewis, is the first nationally syndicated jazz show in four decades. Its variety--which spans from the Milesian, smooth-jazz trumpet of Chris Botti and the Latin jazz stylings of flutist Dave Valentin to the Brazilian brilliance of keyboardist/composer Ivan Lins--makes it well worth the wait. Part of this shows charm lies in its genius collaborations, including Al Jarreau and Kurt Elling doing the Dave Brubeck gem "Take Five" and alto saxophonists Phil Woods and Dave Sanborns remake of Horace Silvers "Senor Blues." Chick Coreas solo keyboard take on "Armandos Rumba" brings forth his Spanish heart, and trumpeter Clark Terry steals the show with his funny scat-blues number "Mumbles." Lewiss florid performance of John Coltranes "Dear Lord," shows why hes the host of this stupendous show.

VTC Using Security Tools

VTC Using Security Tools
Video: H.264 MPEG-4 AVC 800x600 10fps | Audio: MPEG AAC Stereo 44.100kHz | MOV | 9hrs | 91 tutorials

VA - Indie/Rock Playlist: May (2012)
VA - Indie/Rock Playlist: May (2012)
150 Tracks | Release: 2012 | MP3 320kbps | 44.1 Khz | Joint-Stereo | 969 MB
Genre: Indie

Louis Armstrong - Collections (2005) FLAC
Louis Armstrong - Collections (2005) FLAC
Release: 2005 | Label: Sony/BMG | Quality: FLAC (Image, Cue, Log) | Bitrate: lossless | Time: 40:28 min | 216 MB
Genre: Jazz


Louis Daniel Armstrong (August 4, 1901 July 6, 1971) nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana. Coming to prominence in the 1920s as an "inventive" cornet and trumpet player, Armstrong was a foundational influence on jazz, shifting the music's focus from collective improvisation to solo performers. With his distinctive gravelly voice, Armstrong was also an influential singer, demonstrating great dexterity as an improviser, bending the lyrics and melody of a song for expressive purposes. He was also greatly skilled at scat singing, or vocalizing using syllables instead of actual lyrics.
Renowned for his charismatic stage presence and deep, instantly recognizable voice almost as much as for his trumpet-playing, Armstrong's influence extends well beyond jazz music, and by the end of his career in the 1960s, he was widely regarded as a profound influence on popular music in general.


Osama (2003) DVDRip XviD



Osama (2003) DVDRip XviD

Language: Dari + Subtitle: English
01:23:09 | 576x320 | XviD - 894Kbps | 23.976fps | MP3 - 102Kbps | 600MB
Genre: Drama

VA - Vintage Cafe 6: Lounge & Jazz Blends (Blue & Beauty) (2011)

VA - Vintage Cafe 6: Lounge & Jazz Blends (Blue & Beauty) (2011)
Genre : Jazz, Lounge, Downtempo, Electronic
320 Kbps | Mp3 | 4 CDs | 953 MB

Ximo Tebar - Eclipse (2006) [FLAC]
Ximo Tebar - Eclipse (2006) [FLAC]
1CD | Cue,Log,Scans | Release: 2006 | Label: Sunny Side | 400MB
Genre: Jazz, Guitar

Osama (2003) DVDRip XviD-GoGo
Osama (2003) DVDRip XviD-GoGo
Language: Dari + Subtitle: English
01:23:09 | 576x320 | XviD - 894Kbps | 23.976fps | MP3 - 102Kbps | 600MB
Genre: Drama