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  1. 1. Lady GagaStefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, better known by her stage name Lady Gaga wasborn on March 28, 1986. She started her career performing in NYC clubs while working atInterscope Records.Lady Gaga was discovered by recording artist Akon, who signed her to his label shortlyafter hearing her sing for the first time. She began working with a collective called the"Haus of Gaga" in 2008, and released her debut album The Fame.Her chart topping song Just Dance was nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 51stGrammy Awards. She also has another number one song, Poker Face.After opening for New Kids On The Block and the Pussycat Dolls, Gaga headlined her firsttour, The Fame Ball.Gaga is also very into fashion. She has been primarily influenced by glam rockers likeDavid Bowie and Queen, singers Michael Jackson and Madonna, artist Andy Warhol, poetRainer Maria Rilke, fashion icon and entertainer Grace Jones, and fashion as a whole.In the May 2009 issue of Rolling Stone, Gaga stated that she is bisexual and is inspired bybeautiful women. She claims there are parts of her sexuality that make her"uncomfortable."Did you know…* Her stage name comes from Queens song "Radio GaGa”* She has brown hair.* She’s an Italian American* She attended Convent of the Sacred Heart School* She taught herself piano by ear at the age of four* Lady GaGas father is the owner of a Wi-Fi company in New York City
  2. 2. Soccer TriviaTheres nothing like a little bit of trivia to test your knowledge of the sport of soccer. You may say that socceris your favorite sport, but how much do you really know? Following are some facts and tidbits that you mayor may not know about soccer.· Soccer originated generally in its present form in Britain.· The worlds oldest club which was formed in 1857 is Sheffield FC· Soccer is the most played and most watched sport on Earth· Soccer is called football in practically every country except America, where they call Grid Iron football andfootball soccer.· Famous soccer rivalries include the Old Firm (Scotland), Manchester derby, London derbies, Milan derby,Real Madridvs Barcelona, and many more.· Some famous soccer players are: Pele, Maradonna, Charlton, Eusebio, Cruyff, Dalglish, Ronaldo,Beckham, Mattheus.Those are some basic bits of soccer trivia and facts. How much did you know? Well, here are more soccerfacts to test your knowledge:· The sport of Association Football (often referred to as soccer or simply football) is the most popular teamsport in the world, in both number of spectators and number of active participants.· The largest attendance for a soccer match ever was 199,854 people - Brazil v. Uruguay in the World Cup atthe Maracana Municipal Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, July 1950.· In the largest soccer tournament ever, no less than 5,098 teams competed in 1999 for the second BangkokLeague Seven-a-Side Competition. Over 35,000 players were involved!· The most goals scored by one player in a single soccer match was 16- The man who did this was Stephan Stanis (France) playing for Racing Club de Lens in December 1942.· Based on video evidence, one of the fastest goals ever scored was in 2.8 seconds by Ricardo Olivera(Uruguay) in December 1998.· The international governing body of soccer is the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA),based in Zurich, Switzerland.· Diego Maradona was only 16 when he made his soccer debut for Argentina.· Soccer goalies didnt have to wear different coloured shirts from their teammates until 1913.· Eusebio scored 46 goals in the European Cup for Benfica.· Chris Woods once went 1196 minutes without conceding a goal while playing for Rangers, betweenNovember 26 1986 and January 31 1987.· Ryan Giggs dad was a professional Rugby League player.· In 1973, the entire Galilee team spent the night in jail for kicking their opponents during an Israeli Leaguegame.
  3. 3. Video GamesThe origin of video games lies in early cathode ray tube-based missile defense systems inthe late 1940s. These programs were later adapted into other simple games during the1950s. By the late 1950s and through the 1960s, more computer games were developed(mostly on mainframe computers), gradually increasing in sophistication and complexity.Following this period, video games diverged into different platforms: arcade, mainframe,console, personal computer and later handheld games.The first commercially viable video game was Computer Space in 1971, which laid thefoundation for a new entertainment industry in the late 1970s within the United States,Japan, and Europe. The first major crash in 1977 occurred when companies were forcedto sell their older obsolete systems flooding the market. Six years later a second, greatercrash occurred. This crash—brought on largely by a flood of poor quality video gamescoming into the market—resulted in a total collapse of the console gaming industry in theUnited States, ultimately shifting dominance of the market from North America to Japan.While the crash killed the console gaming market, the computer gaming market waslargely unaffected. Subsequent generations of console video games would continue to bedominated by Japanese corporations. Though several attempts would be made by NorthAmerican and European companies, fourth generation of consoles, their ventures wouldultimately fail. Not until the sixth generation of video game consoles would a non-Japanesecompany release a commercially successful console system. The handheld gamingmarket has followed a similar path with several unsuccessful attempts made by Americancompanies all of which failed except for some limited successes in the handheld electronicgames early on. Currently only Japanese companies have any major successful handheldgaming consoles, although in recent years handheld games have come to form part ofdevices like cell phones and PDAs as technology continues to converge.
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