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  • That-Which-Shall - Not-Be-Named Neeraj Goswami
    • His mother gave birth to him when she was nine years old.
    • Has been married approximately 138 times. Has a thirteen-year-old son, twelve-year-old twin boys, and seventeen grandchildren.
    • Attended Astana University, where he studied English, journalism, and plague research.
    • Claims to have created five new plagues which supposedly "killed over 5 million goats and whores”.
    • Has worked as an ice maker, animal sperm producer, gypsy catcher, and someone who removes dead birds from a computer.
    • Who?
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  • Jim Davis, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Mike Rowe. Controversy regarding domain names. Billoo
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  • Vlad III is perhaps most commonly known for inspiring the name of the vampire in Bram Stoker 's 1897 novel Dracula .It has been suggested that Stoker was influenced by the legend of Countess Elizabeth Bathory , who was born in the Kingdom of Hungary. Later accounts, which are unsupported by historical evidence, suggested that she killed virgins to bathe in their blood to preserve her youth.
  • X makes a brief (nearly hidden) appearance in the Y trailer. Click the pause button when the screaming monkey appears (a little bit after the pregnant woman, but before the solar eclipse) then use the left arrow (button) to step the video back, frame by frame, to the guys painted white. Step back another frame or two and you'll see X, with a lot of beard, smoking a cigar. X and Y?
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    • The spectators/players involved in the game sit in a line. In this line, the second person (Player 2) represents the Batsman and the first person (Player 1) represents the Bowler.
    • For each run the real batsman out on the wicket scores, Player 2 must drink the equivalent in fingers. Thus a 4 being scored by the batsman requires Player 2 to drink 4 fingers (half a pint) or a 6 being scored requires Player 2 to drink 6 fingers. No runs requires no fingers and is met with the chant of "Dot-Ball".
    • If the bowler gets the batsman out on that ball however, player 2 does not score and therefore does not drink and Player 1, as the bowler, must down 8 fingers (a pint).
    • Play then moves on to Player 3 who becomes the batsman, with Player 2 now becoming the bowler. The process above is repeated.
    • What’s this game called?
  • Six and Out. Should the situation occur that a batsman scores a 6 and is then out, a "6 and out" then this will result in one player having drunk 6 fingers (for the 6 as a batsman for the first ball) followed by a full pint (as the wicket taking bowler for the second ball).
  • Graphical representation of?
  • Butterfly effect.
  • A carrier from Cambridge, England, X delivered mail between London and Cambridge, operating a livery stable outside the gates of St Catharine's College. When they were not needed to deliver mail, X's horses were rented to students and academic staff of the university. X soon discovered that his best (and fastest) horses were the most popular, and overworked. To prevent further exhaustion of his best horses, X devised a strict rotation system, only allowing customers to rent the next horse in line. What did this policy give rise to?
  • X- Thomas Hobson. This policy, "this one or none," has come to be known as " Hobson's choice " when an apparent choice is in fact no choice at all.
    • Different forms of X :
    • Pucker X
    • Roof X
    • Finger X
    • Bottom-lip X
    • Hand X
    • Throat X
    • Teeth X
    • X?
  • Whistling
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  • Smoke on the Water The lyrics of the song tell a true story: on 4 December 1971 Deep Purple had set up camp in Montreux, Switzerland to record an album using a mobile recording studio (rented from the Rolling Stones and known as the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio - referred to as the "Rolling truck Stones thing" and "the mobile" in the song lyrics) at the entertainment complex that was part of the Montreux Casino (referred to as "the gambling house" in the song lyric). On the eve of the recording session a Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention concert was held in the casino's theatre. During the gig, a fire broke out. In the middle of Don Preston's synthesizer solo on "King Kong", the place suddenly caught fire. Somebody in the audience had fired a flare gun into the ceiling, at which point the rattan covering started to burn, as mentioned in the "some stupid with a flare gun" line. The resulting fire destroyed the entire casino complex, along with all the Mothers' equipment. The "smoke on the water" that became the title of the song (credited to bass guitarist Roger Glover, who related how the title occurred to him when he suddenly woke from a dream a few days later) referred to the smoke from the fire spreading over Lake Geneva from the burning casino as the members of Deep Purple watched the fire from their hotel across the lake. The "Funky Claude" running in and out is referring to Claude Nobs , the director of the Montreux Jazz Festival who helped some of the audience escape the fire.
  • Connect (not exhaustive):
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  • R.I.P.