|8.||Hot Dog Day|
The most amazing day in Alfred NY where all of your dreams of the college life come true. Many kegs of kegs within kegs, as you jump from party to party of drunk college students who just want to party their ass off along side you and they call it Hot Dog Day.
As Alfred NY is a dude fest, it is no surprise that this day is no different.
Dude I just ate a hotdog on Hot Dog Day! Awesome!
Batman is an American television series, based on the DC comic book character of the same name.The series starred Adam West as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Burt Ward as Robin/Dick Grayson.In their disguises as Batman and Robin respectively,the two crime fighters (also known as The Dynamic Duo) defend the citizens of Gotham City from the various criminals and supervillains of the city.The series aired on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network for three seasons from January 12, 1966 to March 14, 1968, and 120 episodes were produced in total.more...
Whilst Batman and Robin faced numerous criminals and supervillains in their war on crime, they would often come across certain master criminals more often than others.The following are examples:
1.Joker -- played by Cesar Romero
2.Riddler -- played by Frank Gorshin
3.Penguin -- played by Burgess Meredith
4.Catwoman -- played by Julie Newmar
5.Mad Hatter -- played by David Wayne
6.Egghead -- played by Vincent Price
7.King Tut -- played by Victor Buono
8.Zelda the Great -- played by Anne Baxter
9.Marsha, Queen of Diamonds -- played by Carolyn Jones
10.Louie the Lilac -- played by Milton Berle
11.Shame -- played by Cliff Robertson
***Note:Many of the villains that featured in this Batman TV series were INVENTED specifically for this series and are NOT part of the established Batman universe (or at least they were not at the time they debuted in this series).***
Best coder I've seen. Mistaken for Alfred Reyolds by a few n00bs over at King Kahuna's place.
DF just coded us up a new 1337 feature.
|11.||world war 1|
a BRITISH tradition...not american! av it:more...
Prehistoric and Classical period
Roman conquest of Britain (43)
Boudica's uprising (61)
Battle of Watling Street
edit Mediæval period
Battle of Aylesford (455) Anglo-Saxons
Battle of Ellandun
Viking invasions (793–1066)
Raid on Lindisfarne (793)
Campaign of Alfred the Great (871–899)
Battle of Edington (878)
Battle of Cannington (878)
Battle of Ashingdon (1016)
Battle of Fulford (1066)
Battle of Stamford Bridge (1066)
Norman Conquest of England (1066)
The Battle of Hastings 1066
Rebellion of 1088 - civil war
The Anarchy (1135–1154) - civil war
Revolt of 1173-1174 - civil war
Third Crusade (1189-1192)
Richard I's war in France
Welsh uprising of 1211
Battle of Bouvines (1214) - loss of Normandy
First Barons' War (1215–1217) - civil war
Henry III's war in France
Second Barons' War (1264–1267) - civil war
Welsh Uprising (1282) - civil war
Edward I's war in France
The First War of Scottish Independence (1296–1328)
Edward II's war in France
The Second War of Scottish Independence (1332–1357)
Hundred Years' War (1337 to 1453) against France
War of Edward III (1337 to 1360) - victory
War of Charles the Wise (1369 to 1396) - defeat
War of Henry V (1415 to 1422) - victory
War of Charles the Victorious (1428 to 1453) - defeat
Wars of the Roses (1455–1485) - Richard III was the last English king to ...
1. var. of Lyonesse, meaning "village of dreams."
2. Lyonesse is the home of Guinevere, of the Arthurian legend. It is situated between Camelot and Malagant's territory. Lyonesse was ruled by Guinevere's father until his death, after which Guinevere became the "Lady of Lyonesse."Alfred, Lord Tennyson's Arthurian epic Idylls of the King, describes Lyonesse as the site of the final battle between Arthur and Mordred.
3. Feminine of Leon—French, Spanish, Greek for lion-like
4. Nesse var of NESSA: feminine form of Hebrew Nes, meaning "miracle."
5. Nesse: Variant spelling of English Neassa, meaning "excellent valor."
6. Leonesse—combination of Leon and Nesse: person with lion-like valor of miraculous proportions
7. Variant of NEST or NESTA: Welsh diminutive form of Greek Hagne (English Agnes), meaning "chaste; holy."
Leonesse is the home of Guinevere, of the Arthurian legend.