German radio hosts Ariane Kranz and Roland Rube in interview with the german schlager band "Wind" (in german language).
"Wind" entered The Eurovision Song Contest 1985 with "Für alle" (rang 2), 1987 with "Lass die Sonne in dein Herz" (rang 2) and 1992 with the song "Träume sind für alle da" (rang 16) - "Wind" representing Germany.
The Eurovision Song Contest (French: Concours Eurovision de la Chanson) is an annual competition held among active member countries of the European Broadcasting Union.
What began as an outing to celebrate his graduation from college at the age of 21, turned into a full time position and hobby for Ben Lowe. 591 jumps later he still feels the exhilaration of the jump, the 120 mile per hour wind against his face and the near minute of free-fall. But the risk taking doesn’t stop there for Ben, he also loves to BASE jump. Cliffs, bridges, mountain tops . . . you name it, he’ll jump from it. Visit Ben on MOLI.com
A more in depth discussion of the NSA mind control and entity manipulation of me by (possibly) the Reptilians.
THE MICROPHONE WAS VERY SENSITIVE. BECAUSE IT WAS A DIGITAL RECORDER, IT KEPT SMEARING WITH THE WIND. IN ADDITION, IT MAKES ME SOUND LIKE I'M GASPING!! IT PICKS UP EVERY BREATH WAY TOO LOUD. SO, WHEN I START TALKING FAST TOWARDS THE MIDDLE AND END (I WAS IN THE WOODS AND RUNNING OUT OF RECORDING SPACE, SO I TRIED TO SPEED IT UP.), IT CUTS MY VOICE OUT AND MAKES ME SOUND HYPER OR SOMETHING. SORRY, FOR THE BAD QUALITY BUT I DON'T WANT TO DO THAT TOPIC OVER. JUST TURN IT UP AND TRY TO UNDERSTAND...THANKS :)