Class of 3000 characters
Jan is a Swedish janitor at Westley. He is a former member of Sunny Funkaneers. He has a secret chocolate treasure. He likes to play Swedish air guitar in his free time. He also made bootleg merchandise on one occasion. Jan is always the one who has to clean up all the messes that people cause, no matter how wacko it is. Link
One song about a bird is still being debated. Many intelligent scholars believe it could refer to the couple leaving their nests to start their own. Either way these songs are an important part of any wedding. Link
Nowpunk Nowpunk is a term invented by Bruce Sterling, which he applied to contemporary fiction set in the time period in which the fiction is being published, i.e. all contemporary fiction. Link
List of As Told by Ginger Characters
Mrs. Killgallen It has never been clear if a Mrs. Killgallen, 42 years old, even exists as she has never been mentioned. Link (Thanks, Curtis)
In Latin America the mother is commonly sat in a bath for the duration of the shower, Latino women will then wash her with the head of the shower to rid the baby of evil. This trend stopped in the early 20th century but is still practised by some. Link
Moon Maid (comic)
Moon Maid was the daughter of the Moon’s supreme ruler, a male humanoid who was always identified as “the Governor of the Moon”. It is not clear whether he was democratically elected, or some form of hereditary ruler. Link (Thanks to the Spectacular Spider-Brick for the tip!)
Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet
They are commonly classified as a surf band, though they rejected the label, going so far as to release a track called “We’re Not a Fucking Surf Band”. Link (Thanks, Rob)
Homi K. Bhabha
According to a poll in academic community, to choose a person which they would like to disappear from not only academics but this world itself, Bhabha got number one position. Link
Kevin Mitchell (baseball)
In a July 2007 radio interview with local sports talk radio station KNBR, Mitchell disputed that he was out of uniform at the time, and stated that he never wore a cup, even when playing infield. When asked why he never wore a cup, Mitchell responded, “I couldn’t find one big enough for my junk.” The interviewer then commented that maybe the increased mobility helped Mitchell to...
Reception Valmont opened to mixed reception in its day. While Dangerous Liaisons was liked for its hard working stars, Valmont was considered not half as good. The stars, according to critics, were good, but the story was not quite realized and seemed a little unreal. Others felt the movie did not hit the mark as it should have. Link
Les mamelles de Tirésias
Incensed, the gendarme attempts to arrest her, but she strangles him (he gets better) and reveals herself as none other than Thérèse. Link
Electric Clippers Easy for Short Hair For short hair, electric clippers are occasionally greatly easier to make use of. Annoying to trim multi-layered hair with a mirror and scissors can be finished, but you may require a small piece of put into practice sooner than it is completed glowing. Trim short hair in the similar means with the similar arrangements, but you won’t require segmenting...
A city famous for its street urinals is Paris, France. Link
List of According to Jim episodes
Cheryl and Jim get into a disagreement about Erik Estrada, and Jim tries to prove that the incident that occurred ten years ago was not wrong. Link
In 2006, Rachael Ray launched a nonprofit organization called Yum-O! getting its name from a combination of “yummy” and “oh wow” used to explain delicious foods. Link
He was mentioned in the System of a Down song “Old School Hollywood.” The song supposedly is about Daron Malakian’s experience in a celebrity baseball game, where he and Avalon were both ignored. Link (Thanks, TheBaronette)
“Tom’s Diner Day”: The date of the composition An article on Suzanne Vega’s official Web site uses clues in the song to determine the exact date that Vega wrote it. Vega herself said that she wrote the song sometime in 1982; Brian Rose has said that it was written sometime between mid-1981 and mid-1982. The lyrics of the song refer to a rainy morning, when she was at the...
D.A.R.E. America has its headquarters in Inglewood. Despite this, in the 1996 rap hit “California Love”, Dr. Dre remarks that Inglewood is “always up to no good”. Link
Derek “The Slipper Man” Fan holds the Guinness World Records record for wearing a pair of dress slippers for 23 years straight as of June 30, 2007. Surprisingly, Derek had very little success in achieving sexual congress due to his odour. People do not generally wear slippers for more than a few hours at a time. Link
The Smackin’ Bandit In 1965, the mascot became The Smackin’ Bandit, a half-mule, half-kangaroo who kissed everyone in sight. Link
Risks to civilization, humans and planet Earth
Humanity Some threats for humanity come from humanity itself. Link
This usually very tame bird is found in pairs or small groups near water. It feeds by pecking for insects. The call is a high-pitched krrr-krrr-krrr. Link
In The Simpsons Hit & Run Cletus appears in several missions including finding road kill or harvesting ketchup but at end of ‘Ketchup Logic’ there is a clip were Cletus says ‘my grandpapa done see one of those seed drawing (crop circles) once, but he’s with Allah now. This could hint Cletus is Muslim but this is unlikely. Link
In December 1982, an 8-year-old boy, Jeffrey R. Yee, supposedly received a letter from U.S. President Ronald Reagan congratulating him on a worldwide record of 6,131,940 points, a score only possible if he had passed the Split-Screen Level. Whether or not this event happened as described has remained in heated debate among video-game circles since its supposed occurrence. Link
That war ended when Keldor and his forces attacked the Hall of Wisdom, home of the Elders, and Keldor and Randor engaged in a deadly duel that ended with Keldor hurling acid at Randor, only to have Randor deflect the acid with his shield, splashing the acid back at Keldor and burning his face, which led to his transformation into Skeletor. Link
Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines
Muttley (voiced by Don Messick) is Dastardly’s bungling canine sidekick. He rarely speaks, and when he does it usually takes the form of either (1) just cursing to himself indistinctly, usually following some misfortune that has befallen him, or (2) an excited “yeah-yeah-yeah…” at the offer of something appealing or in response to a command/request from Dastardly. There are...
The game’s reception was mostly positive. Stated that the story is original, and that the game is fun, but isn’t that challeging, but leaves you satisfied. Even though it is a great platformer many critics say it is late and that it should’ve came out during the regin of the Nintendo 64 game system.The website Gamespot gave the game 3 out of 5 stars. Even though the more common...
[Citation Needed] Podcast - Episode 03
In episode 3 of the [Citation Needed] Podcast, we examine Fort Smith Arkansas’ plan for attracting tourists, pitch the television series Lidsville, step deep inside the internal politics of Skeletor’s Skull Mountain and dance around the delicate subject of religious bathroom etiquette. Plus, the Comics Curmudgeon himself, Josh Fruhlinger drops in for a discussion about The Wizard of...
It's So Funny
It’s So Funny is a North Korean television show. It has been on the air since the 1970s, the start of state programming on North Korea’s only channel, making it one of the world’s longest running television comedies. The show usually consists of a man and a woman in military uniform and is meant to improve troop morale. Critics contend it does nothing more than...
Eddie is a typical all-American boy apart from being a werewolf and, in some episodes, showing some signs of being part vampire. Most noticeable is the fact that he sleeps in a coffin. He has a stuffed toy werewolf named Wolfy, which bears an uncanny resemblance to Lon Chaney, Jr.’s character, The Wolfman. He attends elementary school, and aside from his pointed ears, severe widow’s...
Eye-gouging is the act of pressing or tearing the eye using the fingers, other bodyparts, or instruments. Link
Garfield's Fun Fest
Garfield tugs at Ramon’s leg, and it falls off. Garfield continues to pull Ramon’s body parts. Garfield manages to outdance Ramón who turns out to be Nermal in disguise (which might have something to do with the mechanic body parts). Link
Vince Majestyk (Charles Bronson) is a former U. S. Army Ranger instructor andVietnam War veteran who now owns a remote watermelon farm in rural Colorado. He needs to harvest his crop in order to keep the farm financially solvent. Link
The vain, short-tempered, but somewhat naive HooDoo flew around in his Hatamaran, blasting the good citizens of Lidsville with bolts of magic (referred to as “zapping”) and keeping them in fear, demanding that they pay him their Hat Checks. Mark helped the good hats resist as he attempted to find a way back home. HooDoo, trying to reclaim control of the androgynous Weenie from...
Blossom (TV series)
Joseph “Joey” Russo (Joey Lawrence) – A not-so-smart baseball player and ladies man. The middle child. Can be sweet and smart when he wants to be. Gets accepted to Arizona State University, but decides to play professional baseball after graduating from high school. Makes everybody’s day by saying, “Whoa!” Link
In 2010 she became the spokesperson for the “AXE Detailer Will Clean Your Dirty Balls” ad campaign for AXE Shower Gel. The ad employs double entendres, talking to men, but showing different types of sports equipment/balls. Link
In the Disney episodes, while still technically a bully, he is also portrayed as being closer to Doug than in the Nickelodeon episodes, sometimes acting more as a friend. It is also shown that while Doug is a fairly creative artist, his drawing skill and painting ability pales in comparison to Roger’s who was able to draw a highly detailed picture of a sunset, without looking at the...
Do You Know where your children are?
In a Garfield strip from September 1, 1986, Jon hears this said on the 10 o’clock news after Garfield and Odie have run away. He bursts into tears. Link
In the late 1980s, he issued a statement that the world had ten years to “save the oceans”. Link
Yogi's Ark Lark
Quick Draw McGraw insults Snagglepuss’ slicing of salami. Peter Potamus insults Magilla Gorilla by telling him he looks like a gorilla. Link
Teddy Bears' Picnic
At St. Edmund Hall, a college at the University of Oxford, after everyone has had a few drinks at the Christmas dinner, the entire group stands on their chairs to sing a rousing rendition of this song. Link
The song was received mostly positively, and has been mentioned in numerous moments in pop culture. Link
Toy Story 3: The Video Game
This game was developed by Heavy Iron Studios but since THQ announced they don’t have rights about this game and then it was cancelled. After Disney Interactive choose another development studios to re-created this game. Link (Thanks, Curtis)
Islamic toilet etiquette
While on the toilet, one must remain silent. Talking, answering greetings or greeting others is strongly discouraged. When defecating together, two men cannot converse, nor look at each other’s private parts, and especially not handle each other’s private parts. Link
Los Dug Dugs
In this way they brought The Beatles’ music to Mexico, being the first band to play their songs in Mexico. At the same time they became the first band in Mexico to sing their own songs, as well as the songs of other bands in English, thus breaking what had been a rule in Mexican rock up till then. Link
Minor irritations Politics, red tape, and politicians that do not understand the need for extreme measures. Link
In Washington, recess and physical education are being removed from the curricula. This is a controversy because according to some researchers and child education specialists, children need a break from schoolwork. Link (Thanks, Curtis)
Capitol Hill (Seattle)
These quaint theaters respectively host showings for the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) and the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival every year. Both festivals are notably remarkable in their own right. Link
Mark Boone Junior
He had a one-second appearance as “New York Guy” in Armageddon when Eddie Griffin’s character asked him what the news on TV was all about. Link
Homes with many occupants may be bothered by noise pollution coming from the bed, due to sexual intercourse. Link (Thanks, Curtis)