Thursday, July 30, 2009

Hmm.. just to keep this blog alive!! :)

1. connect!

2.X born Simon John Ritchie;was an English musician best known as the bassist of the influential band Y.
On 22 November 1978, X was arrested and charged with murder of his Girl Friend. X said they had fought that night but gave conflicting versions of what happened next, saying "I stabbed her, but I didn't mean to kill her", then saying he didn't remember and at one point arguing she had fallen onto the knife.
3 Months after this he died of a Heroin overdose.

X and Y ?

3.In 1972, the Nixon Administration tried to have X deported from the US, as Richard Nixon believed that X's support for George McGovern could cost him re-election. Republican Senator Strom Thurmond suggested, in a February 1972 memo, that "deportation would be a strategic counter-measure" against X. While his deportation battle continued, X appeared at rallies and on TV shows, including a week hosting the Mike Douglas Show in February 1972, where Jerry Rubin and Bobby Seale appeared as his guests.

On 23 March 1973, X was ordered to leave the US within 60 days, while his wife was granted permanent residence. In response, X and his wife held a press conference at the New York chapter of the American Bar Association on 1 April 1973 to announce the formation of the conceptual state of "Nutopia"; a place with "no land, no boundaries, no passports, only people", and all of its inhabitants would be ambassadors. The X's asked for political asylum in the US while waving the white flag of Nutopia; two white handkerchiefs. In June 1973, X and his wife made their last political statement by attending the Watergate hearings in Washington, D.C.

X's order of deportation was overturned in 1975.

In 1976, X's US immigration status was finally resolved favourably, and he received his green card. Nixon's successor, Gerald Ford, showed little interest in continuing the battle. When Jimmy Carter was inaugurated as president on 19 January 1977, X and his wife attended the Inaugural Ball.

This is as sitter but i still ask X?

Monday, July 27, 2009

The Revival

1.This is Sunil Narkar, a US actor of Indian region. Recently, he played X because X was too busy to play himself.

2. The phenomenon is seen in nearly every species in which it has been tested – whereby males show continuously high sexual performance given the introduction of new receptive females.
The term comes from an old joke, according to which President X and his wife allegedly visited a poultry farm. During the tour, Mrs. X inquired of the farmer how his farm managed to produce so many fertile eggs with such a small number of roosters. The farmer proudly explained that his roosters performed their duty dozens of times each day.
"Perhaps you could point that out to Mr. X," pointedly replied the First Lady.
The President, overhearing the remark, asked the farmer, "Does each rooster service the same hen each time?"
"No," replied the farmer, "there are many hens for each rooster."
"Perhaps you could point that out to Mrs. X," replied the President.

3. Connect

4. One of the earliest known practitioners of the _______________ was the Roman senator Cato the Younger. In debates over legislation he especially opposed, Cato would often obstruct the measure by speaking continuously until nightfall. As the Roman Senate had a rule requiring all business to conclude by dusk, Cato's purposefully long-winded speeches were an effective device to forestall a vote.
The term X is said to have evolved from the Dutch vrijbuiter (freebooter).

5. Connect

6.The son of a book printer, Y was born in Essen, then in the Kingdom of Prussia, and started his publishing company in 1827 in Koblenz. In 1832, Y bought another Koblenz publisher which had in 1828 published a handbook for travellers. Soon, the red bindings and gilt lettering soon became the familiar hallmark of Y's guides, and the content became famous for its detail and accuracy. While the travel guide was not a new form, Y's innovation was to include specific details of transportation, accommodations, prices, and so forth. Starting in 1844, he augmented this with star ratings for attractions.
Y was famous for his careful work; when visiting Milan Cathedral in 1847, he was observed to drop a pea at every twenty steps of the staircase to the roof, so as to be able to report the number of steps accurately.