“ There is a moment of regret, followed by vast sadness. Then comes a tidal wave of euphoria that sweeps away every negative thought in my head. I’ve never felt so alive, so hopeful — and I’ve never felt such energy.
“ I’m seized by a desperate desire to clean. I go tearing around my house, cleaning it from top to bottom. I dust the furniture. I scour the tub. I make the beds.”
A new rule in NBA named after this person was introduced after the 1989-90 season after the match between the New York Knicks and the Chicago Bulls at Madison Square Garden on January 15th, 1990, basically to stop what he did in that game from occurring from then on. What does the rule state? Also, name the guy
The guy is Kevin Trent Tucker and the “Trent Tucker Rule” disallows any regular shot to be taken on the court if the ball is put into play with less than three-tenths of a second left on the game clock. This was brought about after Tucker won the game for the Knicks after play started with 0.1 seconds left on the clock
“ In the 2006 Monaco Grand Prix, Red Bull supported the movie “Superman Returns” , which continues the line of marketing events begun by the “Star Wars: Episode III” promotion of 2005. When Coulthard finished third in the race, he donned a Superman cape for his appearance on the podium”
Garfield Minus Garfield is a webcomic created by Dan Walsh, a thirty-three-year-old from Ireland, which received considerable attention during 2008. Each strip consists of a reprint of a past episode from the comic strip Garfield, from which the character of Garfield himself has been removed through photo manipulation
O.J. Simpson , the former Buffalo Bills and San Francisco 49ers running back, who was accused of the murder of his wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ronald Goldman in 1994. He was acquitted after a trial in 1995. However in 1997, he was found liable for their death and was asked to pay $33.5 million. He gained further notoriety in late 2006 when he wrote this book . It purports to be a first-person fictional account of the murder had he actually committed it and was withdrawn by the publisher just before its release. The book was later released by the Goldman family.
This is the Los Angeles Xtreme, the only winners of the XFL. The XFL, was a professional American football league that played for one season in 2001. The league was founded by Vince McMahon, the owner of the World Wrestling Federation. The XFL was intended to be a major professional sports league complement to the offseason of the NFL.
George Foreman with the George Foreman grills. he has a contact grills brand running under his name by the company applica. They call it the Lean, Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine as written on foreman’s apron.”
PIC 3 – Randy Jackson (MJs brother, often confused as the American Idol judge)
PIC 4 - Kara DioGuardi
PIC 5 – Jennifer Hudson
PIC 6 – Daughtry
PIC 7 – Paula Abdul
PIC 8 – Kelly Clarkson
CONNECT – American Idol!!!
Fuller – producer, Paula was former judge, Ellen is her replacement. Kara is another judge along with Randy. Daughtry and Jennifer Hudson former contestant (oscar winner for dreamgirls). Kelly Clarkson – 1 st season winner
Frida Kahlo (played by Salma Hayek in the movie)– drew the painting of the cover of the album titled viva la vida
Joe Satriani filed a copyright infringement suit against Coldplay in Los Angeles. The suit claims that "Viva la Vida" incorporates "substantial, original portions" of his instrumental track "If I Could Fly" from his 2004 album Is There Love in Space?
A.A. Milne, the author of Winnie-the-Pooh, found the inspiration for his characters in his son Christopher Robin (pic1) and his toys, one of which was a teddy bear.Christopher Robin named his teddy Winnie after a bear that lived in the London Zoo. The bear was given to the zoo by a Canadian officer, Harry Colebourne, who, it is said, bought her from a hunter for $20 and named her Winnie in honor of his hometown, Winnipeg. Colebourne, above with his pet (pic2), left Winnie in the zoo's care when he was called to duty in France, and she lived there until her death in 1934.