After a brief chat with The Beatles, X asked John, Paul, Ringo, George, and Brian Epstein if they wanted to smoke a joint. Epstein looked apprehensive and said that the band hadn‟t tried marijuana for years. X was immediately surprised because he had been under the impression that they smoked weed because of the song I Want to Hold Your Hand. He mistook the lyrics “I can‟t hide” with “I get high.” The Beatles were never one to back down from a new experience and agreed. Lennon took the joint and passed it to Ringo whom he called his “royal taster.” Ringo smoked the entire thing, not knowing the tradition of sharing the joint between people. In response, X rolled a joint for each of The Beatles and they smoked.
In 2220 A.D. mankind has conquered the solar system and is reaching out into space. Earth is ruled by a World Government, with headquarters in Delhi. Space stations have been established on many planets of the Solar System. One of these stations is a high security prison on Io, a moon of Jupiter. Here, the twelve most dangerous criminals are held up in suspended animation. Each one of them is an expert in their field. When a meteorite strike hits the base, destroying its security system, these criminals break free and escape. The Earth Government assigns its top law enforcer, X, the mission to arrest these fugitives. X is the son of one of the Earths top scientists and the grandson of the ruler of the Parajeevs from the thirteenth dimension, a race of beings ten million years ahead of us in civilization. He was brought up in a monastery in Ladakh, and he has yogic powers of concentration. Apart from Y, who portrayed X in the series, Rahul Bose, Parizad Zorabian and Tom Alter and Z portrayed other significant characters.
Captain Vyom X is Captain Vyom Y is Milind Soman Z is Madhu Sapre
X drew inspiration from Chinese communist propaganda art that they saw in art galleries on Melrose Avenue, and recruited artist Chris Bilheimer, to create the cover. The band aimed for the cover to be "at once uniform and powerful". After listening to the new music on his computer, Bilheimer took note of the lyric "And shes holding on my heart like a ____ _______“ and somehow replicated it on the cover. Influenced by artist Saul Basss poster for the 1955 drama film The Man with the Golden Arm, Bilheimer created it. Although he felt that red is the "most overused color in graphic design", he felt that the "immediate" qualities of the color deemed it appropriate for use on the cover, explaining: "Im sure theres psychological theories of it being the same color of blood and therefore has the powers of life and death...And as a designer I always feel its kind of a cop-out, so I never used it before. But there was no way you couldnt use it on this cover."
Apparently, X had a bad reputation for showing up at Florentine ruler, Lorenzo de Medicis house every time the doors opened and eating until they kicked him out. Lorenzo wrote a witty rhyme punning on his pet artists name, concluding "He arrives a little bottle and leaves a bottle full."
CONNECT(Exhaustive with a few more) The party„ The intern„ The mystery of Two„ The Birthday Bash„ The interview„ Double Trouble„ Business AND pleasure„ Double Trouble 2„ Doctor Doctor„ The Uncles Visit„ Cricket„
The X, also known as Two Sons, Lost Son and The Running Father is one of the parables of Jesus. It appears in only one of the Canonical gospels of the New Testament. According to the Gospel of Luke (Luke 15:11-32), a father, in response to his demands, gives the younger of his two sons his inheritance before he dies. The younger son, after wasting his fortune (the word Z means wastefully extravagant), goes hungry during a famine. He then repents and returns home, where the father holds a feast to celebrate his return. The older son refuses to participate, stating that in all the time the son has worked for the father, he did not even give him a goat to celebrate with his friends. His father reminds the older son that everything the father has is the older sons, but that they should still celebrate the return of the younger son as he has come back to them. Dutch artist Rembrandt has also depicted this in one of his noted paintings, The Return of the X.
X was born on 7 October 1968, in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. At birth, his left eye was fixed shut; the doctors determined that the eye was paralyzed and that the condition was permanent. Xs parents took him to an eye specialist, who suggested a muscle graft. X underwent five eye operations before he was six years old. X‟s father, a chemical equipment salesman, was hired by a firm in Scotland shortly after his sons birth and the family lived there until X was seven. During this time X had to wear a patch over his eye. He has stated that the last surgery was "botched", giving him a drooping eyelid. Who?
For the first eight seasons almost every episode title begins with the word "My". Notable exceptions are the episodes entitled "His Story", "His Story II", "Her Story", "Her Story II", "His Story III" and His Story IV„. These episodes each contained internal narration from a character other than the lead character. There is also "Their Story" in which we hear the thoughts of three major characters. In "Their Story II" the thoughts of 3 interns are followed. Starting with season nine every episode title starts with "Our“. Which Series?
The original cover art angered some Hindus, who felt the artwork (taken from Hindu imagery and altered by giving the dancing figure a cats head) was offensive. The image depicts Lord Krishna (with a cats head) dancing on the head of the snake demon, Kāliyā, a popular episode from Stefan Sagmeisters (designer of the cover) childhood. The band had been unaware of the source of the artwork, and the record company apologized, and changed the artwork to a revised version. One of the albums singles, won a Grammy for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal in 1999.
X, has a surprising predisposition to scientific theory and discovery. His inventions gone awry help develop the plots of many episodes. He is close friends with three animals; a pig named Pig, a goat named Goat, and a porcupine named Spiney who are capable of speech and well learned in philosophy. Together, they form the Philosophical Society, discussing such "great thinkers" as Nietzsche, matters of existentialism, and the relevance of time. X enjoys experiencing new things. To name a few adventures, X made a video game for himself in one episode and performed nude in a fashion show in another (possibly an homage to "The Emperors New Clothes).
Unfortunately for our vivid imaginations, no one actually lived in the house – it was just a project carried out by National Geographic. But for the first time ever, National Geographic proved that the world really can be as awesome as a cartoon, if you throw enough money at it.
The sword in Ps hand carries an abbreviated inscription H-AS OS; this has been interpreted as an abbreviation of the Latin phrase Humilitas occidit superbiam. In the painting, P is perturbed, "his expression mingling sadness and compassion." The decision to depict him as pensive rather than jubilant creates an unusual psychological bond between him and Q. The artist completes this bond by depicting himself as Q.
A blues song of anonymous authorship, “X” is a tale of sin, sexual ruin and a tortured soul. The song has been recorded by various artists including Bob Dylan and Dolly Parton. Many debate the true meaning of the title, arguing that it could be a euphemism for a whorehouse, a jail, a slave plantation or a specific establishment in the French Quarter. The most famous version of the song was by the British- Invasion-era band Y, who maintained it was an old English folk song emigrants brought to America (originally it was a Soho brothel instead of a New Orleans one).
X began as a small series of comics drawn by Kris Wilson at the age of sixteen. Wilson was at home with strep throat and had doodled some stick figure comics. On his deviantART profile page, he notes that he "created X in 2004 because I cant help but draw stupid looking characters to spew out my stupid ideas." One of the earliest X comics, #15, was posted by Wilson on Explosm.net on January 26, 2005. A variant of the comics title is first mentioned in #121, in which one character sells cotton candy, and explains that it is made of "X", after which the other character replies: “_________!? Hot damn! Ill take 4“.
X has recently come home from Y and is now almost back to perfect health since the disaster, only she cannot get that wonderful place out of her head. She frequently talks about it and cannot get any sleep at night. Her aunt worries about her health/well-being. Thinking that she is suffering delusional depression and acute insomnia, she decides to take her to see a special doctor in another town. While he tries to treat her with electro-shock treatment and take those nasty dreams away from her head, she is rescued by a mysterious girl who leads her back to Y again.
Apart from being a low-life, X was supposed to be sexually frustrated as well because he could never have sex with a women without killing her (a scene involving Xs explosive orgasm was actually cleared by the MPAA, but removed from the final cut because a test audience didnt find it funny). The tone of the movie was made considerably lighter for a summer release tailored for a wider audience, but the MPAA still gave the film an R rating the first two times they classified it, before edits involving language and violence allowed it to receive a PG-13.
San Giorgio Maggiore al Crepuscolo is an Impressionist painting by Claude Monet. Painted in 1908, the piece gives an original view of San Giorgio Maggiore. Focusing on the cathedral and bell tower located on the coast of the island, the beauty of the island at sunset is portrayed. However this painting has been immortalized in pop culture by X in 1999, when it was “stolen” from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
First of all, last episode. Tom and Jerry Commit Suicide.
X, world-weary, looks at the bust of blind, humble Y, on which he rests one of his hands. This has variously been interpreted as the man of sound, methodical science deferring to Art, or as the wealthy and famous philosopher, wearing the jeweled belt given to him by Alexander the Great, envying the life of the poor blind bard. The interpretation of methodical science deferring to art is that Xs right hand, in which he held notes in, traditionally the favored hand, is on the bust of Y, is higher, and painted lighter than the left hand on the gold chain given to him by Alexander. The painting forms the central theme of Joseph Hellers 1988 novel “Picture This”.
X: Aristotle; Y: Homer Aristotle contemplating aBust of Homer - Rembrandt
The modern usage of the phrase refers to a Christian tradition regarding Saint Peter. According to the apocryphal Acts of Peter (Vercelli Acts XXXV), Peter is fleeing from likely crucifixion in Rome at the hands of the government, and along the road outside the city he meets a risen Jesus. Peter asks Jesus “___ _____?", to which He replies, "Romam vado iterum crucifigi." ("I am going to Rome to be crucified again"). Peter thereby gains the courage to continue his ministry and returns to the city, to eventually be martyred by being crucified upside- down. The Polish writer Henryk Sienkiewicz authored the well-known novel ___ _____: A Narrative of the Time of Nero in 1895, which in turn has been made into motion pictures several times.
Although popular myth suggests that X padded his cheeks with cotton wool to play Y, he did so only for the audition. Before the actual filming began, he had a mouthpiece specially created by a dentist. Only once the special mouthpiece was made, did X start filming.
As critics have established, the term ‘X referred to dark-skinned people in general, used interchangeably with similarly ambiguous terms as African, "Ethiopian, Negro, and even Indian to designate a figure from Africa (or beyond). X has often been used for a literary character Y (as “The X”) in Z‟s play of the same name. Y‟s origin is traced to the tale "Un Capitano Moro" in Gli Hecatommithi by Giovanni Battista Giraldi Cinthio.
After X‟s father died, his uncle raised him. His uncle was in charge of 400 men in the king‟s cavalry and received 10,000 rupees a year. After his uncle‟s death, the British took away the lands he owned and reduced the pension to 3,000 rupees a year out of which X‟s share was 60 rupees. Being a member of declining Mughal nobility and old landed aristocracy, he never worked for a livelihood, lived on either royal patronage of Mughal Emperors, credit or the generosity of his friends. His fame came to him posthumously. He had himself remarked during his lifetime that he would be recognized by later generations. After the decline of the Mughal Empire and the rise of the British Raj, despite his many attempts, X could never get the full pension restored.
“X" uses a sample of Brazilian jazz guitarist Luiz Bonfás 1967 instrumental song "Seville", with additional instrumentations of beats and a xylophone. It was written by Y himself, while in his parents barn. Y commented that he wrote the song "in quite a linear way", explaining that "I wrote the first verse, the second verse and Id got to the end of the first chorus and for the first time ever I thought, Theres no interesting way to add to this guys story. It felt weak". Y stated that the song was "definitely drawn from various experiences Ive had in relationships breaking up, and in the parts of the more reflective parts of the song, in the aftermath and the memory of those different relationships and what they were and how they broke up and whats going on in everyones minds. Yeah, so its an amalgam of different feelings but not completely made up as such".
All the books of this series are written by ghost writers, as per customary to Stratemayer Syndicate, the book packaging firm to launch this series. The Syndicates process for creating the books consisted of creating a detailed outline, with all elements of plot; drafting a manuscript; and editing the manuscript. The series has been been parodied in the animated series South Park in an episode titled "The Mystery of the Urinal Deuce", in which the lead characters from the book investigate a 9/11 conspiracy theory.
This slang term originated in about 1970. Although a street term, it is virtually synonymous with the earlier Latin phrase, „Mea Culpa. The phrase came into widespread popular use in the mid to late-1990s in the USA via the 1995 movie “Clueless” starring Alicia Silverstone. Wielgus and A. Wolffs, Back-in-your-face Guide to Pick- up Basketball, 1986: "______, an expression of contrition uttered after making a bad pass or missing an opponent." Which phrase ?
The crazy thing about Xs death is that he predicted it. As he was born in 1835, the year of the final 19th century apparition of Halleys Comet, he felt such a kinship with the celestial body that he wanted his death to coincide with it as well. He said, "I came in with Halleys Comet in 1835. It is coming again next year, and I expect to go out with it. It will be the greatest disappointment of my life if I dont go out with Halleys Comet. The Almighty has said, no doubt: Now here are these two unaccountable freaks; they came in together, they must go out together.“ X died of a heart attack on April 21st, 1910, a day after the comets closest proximity to Earth.
Tame by modern standards (though lyrically delicious), this is one of the letters that was used to prosecute X on charges of obscenity. "My Own Boy, Your sonnet is quite lovely, and it is a marvel that those red- roseleaf lips of yours should be made no less for the madness of music and song than for the madness of kissing. Your slim gilt soul walks between passion and poetry. I know Hyacinthus, whom Apollo loved so madly, was you in Greek days. Why are you alone in London, and when do you go to Salisbury? Do go there to cool your hands in the grey twilight of Gothic things, and come here whenever you like. It is a lovely place and lacks only you; but go to Salisbury first. Always, with undying love, Yours, X"
The X gun was designed only for the film version. When used on someone, it will cause them to see things as the person firing it does (the Y says that it "conveniently, does precisely as its name suggests"). According to the Y, it was commissioned by the Intergalactic Consortium of Angry Housewives, who were tired of ending every argument with their husbands with the phrase: "You just dont get it, do you?"
X was born into a middle-class home in Bombay. She first gained fame when a set of her pictures casually taken by a well-known Bombay photographer were used for a successful campaign for a popular soap brand and eventually to Xs becoming a model. She entered and won the Miss India contest at 17. In 1997 she wrote and published a coffee table book, Pride of India, which featured several former Miss Indias. The book was dedicated to Mother Teresa, and part of the royalties went to the Missionaries of Charity.
“No More Games. No More Bombs. No More Walking. No More Fun. No More Swimming. 67. That is 17 years past 50. 17 More than I needed or wanted. Boring. I am always bitchy. No Fun – for anybody. You are getting Greedy. Act your old age. Relax – This won‟t hurt.”
X is a 1979 Italian–American biographical film directed by Tinto Brass, with additional scenes filmed by Giancarlo Lui and Penthouse founder Bob Guccione. X is considered the most expensive adult film of all time. It starred actors, Malcolm McDowell, Teresa Ann Savoy, Y, Peter OToole and John Gielgud. It was the first major motion picture to feature both eminent film actors and pornographic scenes. It remains one of the most infamous cult films ever made and remains banned in several countries to this day.