Friday, December 31, 2021

You and I Spoke Two Times About this Very Topic

 41 Years Ago Today The Medium of the Message was Dead

Wednesday 31st of December 1980
Philosopher Marshall Herbert McLuhan known for “the medium is the message” dies of complications from a stroke at the age of 69 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The message is located at #1:
Dear Mr. McLuhan,
I am so sorry. I am sure that this might have happened to you. I hope that you will be able to learn from this, before and during my life, that we have not created anything like this.
You and I spoke two times about this very topic. One was on your last lecture. Another was on your last year of university.
As for your last question, I will send it if I can, but I will write it along for your long journey of enlightenment. However, I will note, that before and during this process.
Thank you.
Mr. Marshall

Today She's Writing a Number of Acclaimed Books About How the French Sang and Wrote Their Own

 73 Years Ago Today

Friday 31st of December 1948
Singer-songwriter Donna Summer aka The Queen of Disco is born as LaDonna Adrian Gaines in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Born at San Miguel Theatre in Montreal. As a teenager she attended a prestigious university and later attended the University of Alberta . However, for many years she was in need of her own singing lessons. Her music eventually became synonymous with the word 'disco'. It inspired her to use the form 'disco', a term that originated from the Spanish word 'disco'. LaDonna's mother, a French native, was a dancer whose fame had been captured by her love of music. According to her song "De la cela" (De la ciência), she went on to perform at a dance show in Melbourne before getting married and moving to Montreal in 1957. Today she's writing a number of acclaimed books about how the French sang and wrote their own, and is known as her Queen of Disco solo career. In 2012, she won the National Audience Composer award for her vocal work. In a video for the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, she was called the 'Baby of Disco'. Born at San Miguel Theatre in Montreal, Quebec. Daughter of John Lennon and Marlene and Eleanor.

Thursday, December 30, 2021

She Was Diagnosed with Postpartum Neuropathy on the 2nd of November 1950 and Was Confined to a Private Room with Only Her Knees

 75 Years Ago Today

Monday 30th of December 1946

Poet and musician Patti Patricia Lee Smith aka The Godmother of Punk is born in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

Born On 8th December 1946. She was diagnosed with postpartum neuropathy on the 2nd of November 1950 and was confined to a private room with only her knees. During this time she was plagued by fever and passed out repeatedly due to fever. During this period she developed a special condition where her skin started to blister and develop more severe scarring and permanent scars from the attack. Since then she has also lost about half her body weight throughout the entire length of her life. She suffers from a variety of problems. This condition can cause a permanent and extremely annoying headache, fatigue and depression. Some have tried medications but with little success. She has had so many different treatment approaches have failed which led to her not getting treated properly. She has had many times her skin started to lose its elasticity which affected her overall physical ability. She has also had many surgeries which have destroyed much of her body mass. On top of this she has also had numerous surgeries on her feet, hands, legs, neck and a whole lot more. These surgeries can be done in a few days for pain relief but are not sufficient to treat her pain without an actual therapy in place. Patti is still with us in this form. We are lucky that she got married on 9th September 2013.

His First Book Is a Story of what God Does to His Child When He Gets Old

 156 Years Ago Today

Saturday 30th of December 1865
Writer Rudyard Joseph Kipling known for his novel ‘Jungle Book’ is born in J.J. School, Bombay, Bombay Presidency, India.
It is widely known that J.J. works as an instructor for a religious school there, but most of his work was in the field of psychology. He was the first to develop an understanding of a world in which he did not think of God in this way, where the intellect was not as important as the knowledge of the universe. His first book is a story of what God does to his child when he gets old: in the beginning it is obvious that they do things and they have their reasons and they are right. He even tells them in the story: if God did not exist, they had no reason whatsoever, because otherwise they would not have become children. As soon as they started to think about love they began to think about the universe and the human race. He became a psychologist. The question of who should teach which of the three religions was not answered by his students, only by his teachers. The first three religions were the Hindus, the Mahayana Buddhists, and the Prakriti Mahasabha. The first three were the Mahayana Buddhists. The second and fourth religions were the Jains. The third religion is the Prakriti Buddhists and has only one teacher.

Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Soror Is the Youngest Living Member of the Secret Society

 100 Years Ago Today

Thursday 29th of December 1921
Founder of the Solar Lodge secret society Georgina Jean Brayton aka Soror Capricornus is born in London, Greater London, United Kingdom.
Her parents were in the military when her sister Maria arrived, and since then she has grown up in the local environment as well as the European one. Soror is an eccentric with his way of speaking, and although he is a very charismatic guy on the spot he still feels like a spoiled child after being sent out of school for a short period of time. However, he still enjoys a good time in the UK and spends a lot of time chatting with people in the audience, sometimes even while reading stories on BBC television. She has been teaching astronomy at the Royal Astronomical Astronomy School for over 30 years and she started the Solar Lodge in 1919 while her sister and husband were in the United States of America with whom she became involved in the community. She has spent over 100 years in the scientific, and technical sectors, and has earned an impressive degree in astronomy in the last three years. Soror is the youngest living member of the secret society, and she believes that the very fact that she is still a member is an important characteristic in her to be successful. Soror was selected as one of the 20 most influential people to live on in France in 1918, and she has enjoyed a great success at this position through many endeavours. She is married.

All She Had Been Carrying with Her Was the Plastic Bag of Sunscreen

 26 Years Ago Today

Friday 29th of December 1995
Actress Lita Grey dies of cancer at the age of 87 in Los Angeles, California, United States.
Her body was discovered in a hotel garage in her home. All she had been carrying with her was the plastic bag of sunscreen. A copy of her family history was found at the body. This was her first family's memory.
Her death devastated her family. Despite grief, she loved to celebrate things. We are devastated. We never did have a better feeling than to see this family celebrated. Her death was a shock to us all.
Her funeral was held in Los Angeles on 27th of December. She had spent her entire life as a dancer and a performer in the United States. Since her passing I will forever wish her much peace.
You can see an online video of her funeral, below. We will be posting updates on her passing throughout the day.
Here's an early-looking funeral.
On the 20th of March and 4th of April 1995, the family received the funeral of their personal assistant, Cesar Alvarez.
For many years he was a special guest who helped give this young woman, who had never met her father, one last try at becoming a professional photographer.
This family has all been together forever.
Now, the last person alive to see Cesar fight for the life he loved was his best friend, Mike Cesar Alvarez.

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Dennis Was Not Present During His Death Because He Was Too Depressed to Care and Would Only Play with His Own Friends and Family

 38 Years Ago Today He Experienced Shallow Water Blackout

Wednesday 28th of December 1983
Musician Dennis Carl Wilson known from The Beach Boys drowns after drinking all day and then diving in the afternoon to recover items he had thrown overboard at the marina from his yacht three years earlier at the age of 39 in Marina Del Rey, California, United States.
This is an amazing video that includes two videos of a man performing while swimming and a video of a small boy swimming and then the surf jumping off. Enjoy. Dennis Carl Wilson died on Wednesday 28th December 1983. His body was found on December 30th 2007 in a creek in Costa Rica. His body was recovered from a shallow sea after he drowned. An additional person was rescued just before he died from drowning in the same area that day and their remains were still floating in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. They had been in captivity for many years. As luck would have it, Dennis was not present during his death because he was too depressed to care and would only play with his own friends and family. This video is only available to members of the public who want to watch this. As we all know it was during a long day of vacation at home. We took Dennis home when he came out of his pool (the old one was the beach he owned) and we then decided that he would never get home again. All that information about the body we received from him was correct.

Sorcerorials for Art

 90 Years Ago Today

Monday 28th of December 1931
Theorist, writer, filmmaker and founding member of the Situationist International Guy Ernest Debord is born in Paris, Île-de-France, France. On 14 August 1932, Ernest Debord and his family arrived in London. Ernest started working in publishing, teaching English to an American audience and earning a B from the London School of Economics in 1953. When Ernest returned to his hometown of Barcelona, Luis Enrique arrived at the British Isles, bringing him home to Barcelona. Ernest has published more than 30 books and films, and is still working on "The Crisis of Art" and others. He founded the Situationist International Guy Ernest Debord. In his last few years his work focused on the art and the struggles of young people as opposed to politicians or "political leaders", people like Hitler, Stalin, Mao and so on. He has studied and worked on numerous works, including "Sorcerorials for Art", "The End of Fascism", "The Art of Resistance", "The Art of Conflict", "An Open Letter to the Political Culture", and a number of other works to inspire others to pursue the art of art instead of politicians, the media or others. On 1 January 1963 Ernest received the Golden Lion award from the British Museum for his "art for life" project. He is survived by his wife Eunice, parents, Maria and Ernest and brother and sister.

Monday, December 27, 2021

I'm Here to Thank You for Taking the Time to Answer Your Questions!

 73 Years Ago Today

Monday 27th of December 1948
Actor Gérard Xavier Marcel Depardieu is born in Châteauroux, Indre, France.
The first time I ever met him, he was 20 years old (18 months old). He's also the oldest director ever to grace the screen in France. I'm sure you'll hear a lot about his work before you know it.
Makes me so happy for you guys. I'm sure that many of you will see his other movies, like the "Fantasia".
I'm here to thank you for taking the time to answer your questions! I think I've said a lot about you that you're probably all just good friends. I hope you'll enjoy reading!
Sincerely, Jean Claude.
The Director And The First Director
Director Francois Poucet & The Second Director Jean-François Poulassa.
Makes me so happy for you guys! I'm sure that many of you will see his other movies, like the "Fantasia".
My name is Pierre Lauda, and I'm about 15 years old. You may be wondering how the movie began. I started out having a bad childhood. My parents were very busy with work. Then I got a bit of a life outside of school. We became two very close friends, and had a few adventures together. Since I was just about 5 years old, I was.

She Is the President of the Leisure Conservatory

 120 Years Ago Today

Friday 27th of December 1901
Actress and singer Marlene Dietrich is born as Maria Magdalena Von Losch in Leberstrasse 65, Berlin, Schöneberg, Berlin, Germany.
She is educated in Berlin Public Service, and also in Munich. She studied Fine Arts at Herder University, Munich and is now writing. She is a member of the public theatre company of Vienna, and was previously a conductor in the Opera in Bavaria. She is the president of the Leisure Conservatory. She is from Berlin. Marlene's mother and aunt, Jan Marie Lassinen, were members of the local government. Jan was a member of the national legislature of Germany from 1950–65 and the German parliamentary party of the Reichsprache. From 1962 to 1964 she attended various schools, including Munich and Vienna. From 1968 to 1978 she was on the board of the Vienna Opera House. After the death of her father in 1989 Jan became an opera legend, performing in every opera, with the exception of her own special La Lotte d'Este and the original Paris opera (1964) she worked around the world.

In 1993 her children, Jeanine and Mary A, were also born and are now living in Vienna. On the 18th of March 1993 she married the lovely Katharina Von Scholt, who is now 83 years of age. In 2011 she became the oldest person to marry.

Sunday, December 26, 2021

Please Message Me if You Would Get More Information

 41 Years Ago Today

Friday 26th of December 1980
Serial killer and cannibal Richard Trenton Chase aka The Vampire of Sacramento commits suicide by an overdose of medication at the age of 30 in San Quentin State Prison, San Quentin, California, United States. Chase saved up his daily dose of prison doctor-prescribed Sinequan (doxepin hydrochloride) for several weeks.
Avery Barrett Holmes, 27, of Newport Beach, CA is identified in the autopsy of Holmes' body. Barrett, who grew up with a penchant for illegal drugs, was arrested and held on suspicion of first, second, third, and subsequent drug offenses. Holmes was brought to the Los Angeles County Jail under the guise of being the "receiver of heroin." Holmes was later charged with first-degree murder in connection with the December 1978 death of 18-year-old Steven Hogg. (Source: LAPD-GOV ) *************************
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He Recorded a Few Songs, Including "Shoutin' at the Fiddle," "I Dream of You," and "Tired of My Life" that Ran for 10 Hours and 12 Minutes Before Being Deleted by His Brother Michael

 81 Years Ago Today

Thursday 26th of December 1940
Record producer and songwriter Phil Harvey Phillip Spector known for the ‘Wall of Sound’ production method is born in New York, Bronx, New York, United States.
He also appeared as a guest on The Hollywood Post. During his youth, Harvey worked in a record store and wrote music for several indie labels. In 1970, he recorded a few songs, including "Shoutin' at the Fiddle," "I Dream of You," and "Tired of My Life" that ran for 10 hours and 12 minutes before being deleted by his brother Michael. The rest of the album was simply titled "Inky Water." It was released in December of 1970 without many studio effort (except "Wondering What Music Actually Is"). Harvey is best known for writing songs for several independent bands including Red Hot Chili Peppers (who are considered one of the earliest known indie bands), and his own band, The National, for more than 20 years. Harvey was also the owner of the New York Times best seller 'Eliminating the Noise:' A History of the New York Times in the 1960s. Harvey, who had just won an Emmy for his part in the show "American Beauty," died last week (8/22/1974) of natural causes from a heart attack in Manhattan, New York. A lifelong friend and fan of music, he was born in Brooklyn, New York

Saturday, December 25, 2021

But His Father's Name Is also Known to Those Who Know Him the Best

 97 Years Ago Today

Thursday 25th of December 1924
Screenwriter, television producer and narrator Rod Rodman Edward Serling known from The Twilight Zone is born in Syracuse, New York, United States.
He was raised in London with his maternal and paternal grandparents which is a strong family bond. Since his earliest memories are the "Dark Ages", the "Dark Nights" of his childhood and of childhood, his childhood memories have been filled with the surreal, haunted, and horrific past and can now be seen in his early 'Twilight' experiences. His grandfather's name, Rod Rodman, is a famous television personality, but his father's name is also known to those who know him the best, Rod Jr Jr.'s name is pronounced Rudron. Rod Sr. Sr. is considered one of the more famous and most influential television faces in the United States of America. He has also spent much of his childhood, adolescence and adulthood on television programming, having appeared in multiple television shows, films, and TV shows. His career in television began in 1963 when he starred as an aspiring TV series writer for the network USA Television, where he met and worked in television production. His name was later changed to Rod Rod Jr Jr., and the same year that the show he would appear with was announced as a part of the new USA Kids production of the first season of the animated series, there was a huge uproar.

She Was the Only Woman on the Show Who Was not Dressed as a Prostitute

 72 Years Ago Today

Sunday 25th of December 1949
Actress Sissy Mary Elizabeth Spacek is born in Quitman, Texas, United States. Her first and only role? Sissy Mary Elizabeth in the CBS series Sissy Mary Elizabeth starring Sissy Mary Elizabeth. She played Sissy Mary Elizabeth on the television show "The Girl Who Fell from Heaven." She was nominated for four Grammys and made an appearance in the film "Rambo" by David Fincher. Her next role was on the film, "I Am Caitlin" by Jim Hooper. The movie was nominated for 14 Academy Awards and was nominated for three Tony Awards in 1993, 1995 and 2006. In this episode of Sissy Mary Elizabeth we watch as Sissy Mary Elizabeth struggles with what goes wrong during her time off and tries to take care of herself. Free View in iTunes 50 Clean Sissy Mary Elizabeth - First Lady. This is the story of an actress who was one of the first ladies of NBC's first studio network, and it was her first public speech in full face. It was her most famous public speech, the opening line in the 1964 Jackie the Lioness song: "You're not a slut, you're a man." On May 25, 1969 she delivered about 400 speeches. She was the only woman on the show who was not dressed as a prostitute. On May 27, 1969 she started her performance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Pope Theodoretum Was Built in 1867 by an Individual and an Individual Did Not Live to 94

 1226 Years Ago Today

Monday 25th of December 0795
95th Pope Hadrianus I dies of unknown causes at the age of 95 in Vatican City, Rome, Lazio, Italy.
His successor to Pope Benedictine II was the Rev. Gregory VII of Rome. In 1867, he was buried in an unmarked grave in Theodoretum. He was 77 years of age. Pope Leo XII died on April 25, 1868. He was 98 years of age. Pope Pius XII died on May 19, 1871. He was 87 years of age. Pope Theodoretum was built in 1867 by an individual and an individual did not live to 94. The building took years for it to be finished. It was placed in 1881 when Pope Paul V died. It was destroyed in 1873 when Pope St. Basil II died. A monument of Pope Thomas III of Rome was left behind when Pope Francis died on October 26, 1974. He was 84 years of age. Pope John Paul II was 78 when he was buried on May 13, 2009. He was 82 years of age. Pope Thomas III died in his 90s. He was 97 years of age. Pope Paul II died on Sept 24, 1984. He was 71 years of age. Pope Benedict XVI (Pope Benedict XVI) died on Sept 9, 2010 at the age of 82. He was 66 years of age. The Roman Catholic Church today does not accept Pope.

Friday, December 24, 2021

His Death Has Caused a Great Deal of Interest in the Issue of Hypoparapsia

 58 Years Ago Today

Tuesday 24th of December 1963
Dada artist Tristan Tzara dies of unknown causes at the age of 67 in Paris, Île-de-France, France.
A number of years ago, two years ago, a young woman took the life of Tristan Tzara. She was found dead under an anti-socialistic bridge just north of Le Monde and the police started an investigation. The investigation was concluded and a postmortem was carried out. She died of acute hypoparaparesis. Tristan Tzara's life was forever changed when the last traces of his love and friendship for her were found. That same month at the age of 82, there appeared to be a case of 'anxiety disorder'. An employee of the National Bank of Finland's branch in Ei Finland noticed that the man in his office. He had lost his temper and he became agitated. He used to make fun of his girlfriend. He threw her away and he left her on the island of Maori Island. At that point Tristan Tzara was a great person with the very best of friends and he had died from hypoactive adrenal overactivity. His death has caused a great deal of interest in the issue of hypoparapsia. In 2006 a post on Hypoactive adrenal Overactivity in Men With Hyperaparapsia - a website which provides information on this topic was created.

Thursday, December 23, 2021

An Eight-year-old Boy Who Worked Along the Tracks on a Track Was Murdered at an Unknown Location at 5:00 AM

 8 Years Ago Today

Monday 23rd of December 2013
Serial killer András Pándy aka Father Bluebeard dies of natural causes at the age of 86 in Penitentiair Complex, Legeweg 200, Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
A young lawyer, Pándy headed a small team that would be instrumental in developing and implementing international sanctions against criminals. After a stint at the UN Security Council, Pándy lost a hand when his government took over in the mid-to-late 1970s. His life has been shrouded in mystery ever since, and it has been hard to come up with the details and what happened that day. But in 2002, Pándy met the Dutch man who had helped him uncover how the Dutch had manipulated the Dutch government and its leaders for their own financial gain. Pándy was murdered, along with eight others, by the Dutch government of the Netherlands. Pándy's testimony in the case began a series of international arrests, with hundreds of people arrested and tried in other countries as well. Pándy was not the only person that was murdered in this way at a massive scale. One man, Víctor Kuchtenköld and an accomplice, were found dead at a gas station. An eight-year-old boy who worked along the tracks on a track was murdered at an unknown location at 5:00 AM.

There Is Much Truth in the Dog, of All Things, Whether You Like it or Not

 42 Years Ago Today

Sunday 23rd of December 1979
Art collector, bohemian and socialite Peggy Marguerite Guggenheim dies of a stroke at the age of 81 in Camposampiero, Veneto, Italy. Guggenheim's ashes are buried in the garden of the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni in Venezia next to her beloved dogs.
Although Leo's favorite dog, Leo D'Artois, is probably the best known of Peking dog lovers now, he was an early figure in the cat and dog world. Augustine wrote about Augustine during the reign of Emperor Constantine VII of A.D. 735, and he writes the following: "O Augustine! There is much truth in the dog, of all things, whether you like it or not, except that if you choose a dog for the cat and dog-loving masses, then you know it will be a very good, well-behaved dog for the sake of its friend. And it is a dog, O Augustine!" (Acts 14:25) Augustine was a great admirer of the dog, and his great admiration began to change through the ages, while the dog's "cat and dog" became a more popular dog, and the dog's popularity began to go downhill from then on. Augustine, though, was happy after the dog-loving years, and his work on dog and dog-witnessed.

Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Bridget Green Was a Local Woman of Interest

 75 Years Ago Today

Sunday 22nd of December 1946
Wife of Jim Morrison Pamela Susan Courson is born in Weed, California, United States. She was educated at San Antonio State University, Chicago, Illinois, and Stanford University. Today she is a senior researcher at the National Center for Biotechnology Information. On a recent visit, Julie visited Bill's parents, Linda and Bill. Together they learned that they need help raising their three daughters. Julie and her boyfriend, John were a caretaker, but also were at home. Julie was on a mission together when, on the very first day of their birthday, John arrived to pick up his mom. The two began kissing and the kiss lasted more than three minutes. Julie went onto a long list of goals that included a trip to the mall, a trip to school, and a visit to the doctor's office through John and Mary. Julie ended her time at the hospital in time for Bill's arrival. Although Bill could have saved her life, Julie decided that if she stayed in bed for a little longer, Bill would have to do it. This, Julie continued to share memories with Bill and said, "I hope he remembers what will happen to us." Together, it helped to raise Bill's younger sister. Bridget Green was a local woman of interest. On her trip to the library in 1995, she learned that Bill had been raped during a date with her boyfriend, an unnamed American.

Vanessa Started as an Enthermose in 1972 at a Boarding School

 49 Years Ago Today

Friday 22nd of December 1972

Singer, model and actress Vanessa Chantal Paradis is born in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, Île-de-France, France.

On her way to Paris in 1968, she spent many nights at the La Parle Royale des Anglais of Paris, Paris. Today she hosts a monthly TV show the La Perlais, hosted by Jacques Chirac, an expert in French music and dancing. She was also the author of several books on music and danced in France to music and dance. Vanessa started as an enthermose in 1972 at a boarding school. The family moved to Dordogne after they separated in 1975, when she was 24 years old. The original apartment in Paris remained in a rented part of the house which was used mainly as a rehearsal hall. Vanessa worked until she was 20 when she moved to the country. From 1975 to 1980, she was on a solo basis in several countries and worked at numerous clubs. She performed in numerous productions throughout the 1980's and 1990's. Her best known play The Ballad of Vanessa was published in 1981 and went into film. She continues to perform as well as she has in numerous productions, including The Ballad of Vanessa. Vanessa was awarded the prestigious Marie Curie Award for Drama. She holds the highest position in the French literary canon, ranking first in the world with five major plays.

Tuesday, December 21, 2021

He Had a Large Body Frame

 69 Years Ago Today

Sunday 21st of December 1952

Serial killer Larry Eyler aka The Leather Boy Killer is born in Crawfordsville, Indiana, United States.

Larry is a native of the city of Crawfordsville, Indiana in the early 90's. He was killed on Saturday January 8th, 1950, and left for dead on the ground before he could reach a safe location. The coroner ruled that Larry's body was killed due to hypothermia which was deemed dangerous. He had a large body frame. Larry is of Japanese ancestry. He was a child born of the Japanese Emperor Akihito who lived in the Kingdom of Japan. The family had moved from South Carolina to Texas in the early 1800's. Larry attended school at the South Carolina General Technical College. Before enrolling at the college he attended the university where he studied Biology. Larry graduated cum laude, he did not become involved as a teacher or on any committees but was a mentor to many fellow students. Larry has a short interest in his own life in other places. He is a former motorcycle rider and a man who has died on the same day in the same place. Larry was an 18 year-old college dropout. Upon his passing he received a degree from Rice University. Larry attended a University of Southern California campus and went to the College for a variety of reasons. The fact that he was on good luck and would not leave his home for any less than a year.

The Man Who Sold a Sword and the Son Who Sold a Knife

 81 Years Ago Today He Was Invented by His Mother

Saturday 21st of December 1940
Musician and composer Frank Vincent Zappa known from the Mothers of Invention is born in Baltimore, Maryland, United States.
He is the third child of Mary Vincent Zappa and Frances Zappa (born June 10, 1909) an American opera singer and actress, known for: Dances With Boys, The Doors, and most recently, The Fret. He is best known for his role in Fuzzy, an opera about the life with dolphins (Daphne Proulx), which he co-authored with his American opera-loving father, George Zappa. Born in Warsaw, Poland, in October 1935, Zappa received the Academy Award nomination for Best American Opera for the Best Musical in the 1920s. In 1927, he became a member of the Royal Orchestra of Poland's National Poetry Association in Warsaw and published the book, The Man Who Sold a Sword; the Son who Sold a Knife. In 1936 Zappa and his brother, Robert, established the Family Piano Players Association (FMPA), a nonprofit foundation run by the Zappa clan to address the growing concerns of a younger generation of music lovers and to help them develop and adopt music while at the same time preserving his legacy of opera and music in order to foster more youthful creativity. Throughout this time he has performed in numerous orchestras and numerous operatic performances, as noted below.

Monday, December 20, 2021

For Over Three Thousand Years He Studied Under the Name of Pierre

 218 Years Ago Today

Tuesday 20th of December 1803
Philosopher, poet and murderer Pierre François Lacenaire is born in 62 Rue Pas Étroit, Lyon, Rhône-Alpes, France.
He died in 1555. In 1606 he spent four years as a monk and priest.
Sunday 20th December 1802       
Philosopher, poet and murderer Philippe La Rue had a family of his own. For over three thousand years he studied under the name of Pierre.
Wednesday 21st December 1801       
Philosopher, poet and murderer Theodor La Rue also died in his prison cell in 1493 following a battle during which he died. In fact, the corpse of Charles II of Saint Croix was found in his cell.
Thursday 22nd December 1801       
Philosopher, poet and murderer Louis de la Ville had a young son called Charles III. Charles was born in 1385 on the Isle de Verne (France). He died after 12 years of ill health.
Monday 23rd December 1801       
Philosopher, poet and murderer Theodor Bourgell had five sons named Louis de Levres and Louis de Bonhain. The eldest of Louis' three sons was Philippe. In 1633 Charles came to France from England and married his daughter, Mary Catherine de Bonhain. Philippe's three three children became French Huguenots.

A Passive Heart Is a Heart Without a Heart and No Valves

 48 Years Ago Today

Thursday 20th of December 1973

Singer-songwriter Bobby Darin aka The Dream Lover dies while recovering from initially succesful open-heart surgery to repair two artificial heart valves without regaining consciousness. at the age of 37 in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, 8700 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, United States.

There were no funeral arrangements; Darin's last wish in his will was that his body be donated to science for medical research.

It was discovered in the 1960s that the heart valves the way they were designed to be were not designed for an active heart, but rather were designed primarily for a passive heart. (A passive heart is a heart without a heart and no valves.) While operating his device on the valve-filled valve above, in the air-filled valve below, in an area of the heart with a ventilator, it was found to work. It could, in fact, shut off the flow of blood at the same time each time the ventilator was open. For the last ten years there was never a time when the air was closed, when the valves were not open. This was in the mid-80's. Contrary to popular belief, none of the valves that were open were actually open. It's hard to believe he did not get any good results out of the experience but it would seem that he failed out of one of his first medical appointments.

Following His Death They Had to Use a Heart Pump as They Were Unable to Give Oxygen

 47 Years Ago Today

Friday 20th of December 1974
Composer André Jolivet dies of unknown causes at the age of 69 in 59 Rue de Varenne, Paris, VIIe, Île-de-France, France.
His body was found early on December 19, 1976. According to a post mortem report he was discovered on the 7th of December 1976. It is estimated that he succumbed to lysis, and is said to have been severely ill at the time. He was found by a paramedic at the corner of the Rue and Toussaint. He remained there for several months. According to a news article the autopsy performed confirmed his injuries to his left forearm. According to an article by Charles Guissons published on 18 March 1976,
Vincent S.S. Jolivet from France.
Composer André Jolivet dies. His body was discovered at the corner of Rue Dordre, Vosges, a post mortem at the hospital. There he died of hypothermia. Following his death they had to use a heart pump as they were unable to give oxygen. He lived 20 months after the original organ transplant. From the official website: "In 1973, he received a special certificate from their "Rue de Varenne", whose doctor in 1968 he died. It is said that he had been admitted to the hospital in 1972 but died after being placed.

Sunday, December 19, 2021

He Was So Young that His Heart Stopped Working After Four or Five Doses of Aspirin

 106 Years Ago Today His Heart Didn't Remember How to Beat

Sunday 19th of December 1915
Psychiatrist and neuropathologist Aloysius Alzheimer dies of heart failure at the age of 51 in Breslau, Schlesien, Germany.
He was born in 1859 and raised in Dresden and came to the U.S. a few years later after his father, who joined the Navy, would go on to serve in the U.S. Navy. His father served in Vietnam, where he later became very well known as an early member of the Board of Selectmen for Combatant Commands, and a member of the U.S. Naval Infantry Regiment in the Eastern Bloc. He was also a member of the Council for Peace. His father died on Sunday 19th December 1915. Aloysius was the first person to enter the Air Force in World War 2.
Psychiatrist in 1912, Aloysius underwent an advanced stage of cardiac surgery in honor of his brother Dr. Albert "Abbott" Hoffman, founder of the St. Bonaventure Hospital in New Orleans, Louisiana. Aloysius was initially diagnosed with acute, or perinatal cardiac malformations. He subsequently developed a rare heart condition called arrhythmias because no other vascular vessels appeared to be producing the blood and his heart was still quite active. At that time, he was so young that his heart stopped working after four or five doses of aspirin.

Several Guest Stars Such as Jane the Virgin, Jackie the Cow and Jodie Foster

 76 Years Ago Today She Pulled Her Last Stunt

Wednesday 19th of December 1945
Stunt actress Mary Wiggins aka Lucky known for doubling actress Ann Sothern commits suicide by a shot through the head at the age of 36 in Hollywood, California, United States.
She is a close friend of Bruce Willis who was just 17 years her senior at the University of California, Irvine. She's currently married to actress Linda Satterlow. The couple divorced by choice in 1989. The couple have four children by the name of John L. and Sue Parker who together include Charles and Nancy and Susan. In 1990, he and he's married, with his four children. His sons are Susan Smith (pictured on left), Richard, Mark and Charles L. L.
He's an accomplished actor with a record of 12 acting credits, including the roles of John Galt, Charles Lunt and David. In 1991 and 1992, Susan died in a car accident in Hollywood California. She had developed an intense heart condition and a high rate of coronary artery calcification. The family attempted to raise funds to save her but her condition worsened and she found herself in severe pain for over two years. She decided to pursue a new career in film and television, starting actress in 1998, her first two films together with Lunt. Susan was a huge hit on the Hollywood screen, attracting several guest stars, such as Jane the Virgin, Jackie the Cow and Jodie Foster.

Saturday, December 18, 2021

She Was Also Popular on the Internet as a Member of the "Frozen Girls"

 5 Years Ago Today

Sunday 18th of December 2016
Actress Zsa Zsa Gábor aka Sári Prinzessin von Anhalt dies of a heart attack at the age of 99 in Los Angeles, Bel Air, California, United States.
Sári was born on 19th November 1940 in Madrid, Argentina. Zsa was a dancer for several clubs and was nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in the documentary film Vocalism. In 2008 she received the Oscar for Best Performance in a Musical in 2007 for her "Vocal". She also acted for a short period on "Mushrooms", "Lights of Evil" and "Breathe". [Vocalization]
Manga Movie: "Vocalism"
She was also popular on the internet as a member of the "Frozen Girls" who made it known that Elsa is an icy female character. Sári had also been known as Vancunden, a term coined by her friend Rolf Sári who was known as "Vancundes" in his own tongue, in order to use his other tongue as well as to refer to her as a "friend". She was also known as Líona Sórien "Princess" and sometimes referred to as Pélix Sórien, a name she used when naming friends. She was also known as Vórin, a name which she often used.

The Man Is Apparently Very Happy When the Gun Is Loaded and that His Grandfather Is in a Car Driving

 73 Years Ago Today

Saturday 18th of December 1948
Serial killer Edmund Emil Kemper aka The Co-ed Killer is born in Santa Cruz, California, United States.
He is now the owner of an antique gun store that specializes in shooting and gun safe carry. He is a member of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). This book is one of the more interesting serial killers to know. As an FBI investigation turned up to be completely fabricated, this would have been a huge blow for Mr. Kemper. It was just too much to take, so he turned his attention to what was going on. His name was Carl Gottner, so he is known as Carl's Dad. Carl has been a frequent subject of interest for this author and others. The book has been printed hundreds of times in the past and its story can be read by others. We must read it as he is only 5-9 years old. The first entry at number 6.2 seems the worst of all the entries to have been posted by Carl. What we find out is that there are at least 100 entries posted and all mention him. We read his first name only one year later (1899), so it is certainly not his name. It seems that the man or woman has followed the same procedure as Carl. This was an interesting incident. The man is apparently very happy when the gun is loaded and that his grandfather is in a car driving.

We Can Confirm there Are a Few Legal Issues

54 Years Ago Today Tout Était Fini en Cinq Secondes

Monday 18th of December 1967

Child killer Günther Volz is executed by the Guillotine at the age of 29 in Metz, Lorraine, France. According to his family he was an English soldier who worked as a field medic in the Luftwaffe during World War II. Since his death, this country has been plagued with multiple accusations of the same thing: that he killed 12 Germans, shot and poisoned several German civilians, and used a weapon found in the basement of a Nazi death camp as a tool for shooting and killing innocent civilians around him. The investigation into the crimes revealed numerous charges in the court martial and many testimonies from civilians, although the trial was halted by judicial permission, as did the trial of the person who murdered the German civilians. It was unclear what the truth was of those charges in the court martial. The trial of the person now on trial is continuing today with the judge ruling that the charges against the defendant can be reattacked due to the lack of evidence against him and his family. However, what happened to all those who had not been spared from the execution has been left unaddressed for nearly twenty years before, and the trial is set to resume this week with the verdict. We asked the court why the charges against a convicted murderer are now being dismissed, and we can confirm there are a few legal issues.

Friday, December 17, 2021

Her Life Turned Out to Be Very Tragic for Many Reasons

 78 Years Ago Today She Was Daughter Mary

Friday 17th of December 1943
Member of the 'Manson Family' Mary Theresa Brunner aka Marioche aka Mother Mary is born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States.
Mary Theresa is the daughter of Josephine Brunner and Susan Brunner and was raised in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. When Susan received her first book, Mary Theresa became a lawyer and soon thereafter married another woman, Mary Katherine Brunner. According to legend, Josephine took Martha on trips to France of some sort to learn the language of the French people. Her life turned out to be very tragic for many reasons, mostly for her being raised to a position of family privilege.
One evening, Martha went to check out the window of a house in her hometown of Eau Claire when Josephine found the house empty. It is now just a few miles away and the place is decorated with stained glass, a statue of Josephine in the likeness of Mary Theresa, and a large, painted "Mary Theresa Brunner" plaque reading: THE MIRANDER BRUNNER, Mary Theresa Brunner. She lived for over 100 years in Eau Claire in our home state. She was married to a black widow who had been born in Germany. She had two other children, one being Mary Thomas Brunner. She was raised in an affluent neighborhood and did business.

They Were Given an Antibiotic Which Contained an Anti-Inflammatory Cocktail Called Azithromycin

 11 Years Ago Today

Friday 17th of December 2010
Singer-songwriter, musician and artist Don Van Vliet aka Captain Beefheart dies of complications from multiple sclerosis at the age of 69 in Arcata, California, United States. Bruno Garcia is said to have left the band at the age of 38 on March 5th, 1992 while still playing guitar with his late best friend Michael Sibbitt that same evening. A few weeks into the show Don played one of his most prolific sets - The Devil Is a Warrior - which featured the band's first full-length album in 11 years. The tour was to be followed by a tour of Europe, Europe/Canada and Australia. In September of 1992, the band's drummer J.B. Kopp, drummer Mark Jones and bassist Richard Jones became ill with the same illness. They suffered from a blood disorder called rheumatoid arthritis. They underwent a blood sample collection of a blood sample taken from Don. They were given an antibiotic which contained an anti-inflammatory cocktail called azithromycin. The blood sample was sent to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke in Columbus, OH where it took about a month before they had to be re-tested on an outpatient basis. With no further testing, they were released back to North America and toured in November, 1992-April, 1993. Their second album, the All-You-Can-Eat Christmas.

Thursday, December 16, 2021

It's a Remarkable Fact to Imagine Him Presenting Himself as a Composer

 251 Years Ago Today

Sunday 16th of December 1770

Composer Ludwig van Beethoven is born in Bonngasse 20, Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.

The first time I was able to get ahold of his first composition was in the German Folk Hall as one of the few artists that I'd met who could describe a number of forms such as roman, doublet, doubleton, and doublev, and a number that was always interesting in a great sense. It's a remarkable fact to imagine him presenting himself as a composer, but it's also a quite interesting one given how deeply his music was rooted in Wagner's love, and his very musical ability.

I have not had much chance to try this idea, even though it was just recently published, during lunch in Hamburg in 2015. My question would be if he does actually do that, or if so, if he did this first day, how much time goes by and by when? I'm sure people like to suggest that things move from the stage of the 20th century, but I don't think either way (and I also don't think there is any evidence to suggest he's ever done so – perhaps in his 40s or so). I was very surprised when he began producing works between 1900 and 1900, and that didn't even seem to have been a long stretch for what he would have been able.

Wednesday, December 15, 2021

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 129 Years Ago Today

Thursday 15th of December 1892
Industrialist Jean Paul Getty aka The Richest Living American is born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States.
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His Life Changed When a Young Man With a Penchant for Humor Killed Himself

 100 Years Ago Today

Thursday 15th of December 1921
Disc jockey and radio presenter Alan Albert James Freed aka Moondog known for naming Rock and Roll is born in Windber, Pennsylvania, United States.
He grew up in the New Mexico desert of the state of New Mexico between 1923 and 1926. Moondog was born in New Mexico on 14th Street, New York in 1834. In 1929, Freed was born a few blocks outside of Brooklyn in New York City and was named "Moondog" after "Mr. Moondog". Freed was of Irish and Irish-American ancestry at the time, his parents were Irish-American settlers from the county of New York. During the war in Germany, Freed was brought up in a Catholic home and later in the early part of the 20th century his parents were Christian missionaries. However, he was more than willing to learn to read for his family if given an opportunity. Freed was a member of The Royal Society whose work was important to his parents and their generation. Freed was born in Boston, Massachusetts before moving to New Orleans, Louisiana. His first job was as the director of press for the Times Literary Supplement and later, as a consultant for the New Yorker. His life changed when, in 1939, Dr. Alan Albert Freed, a young man with a penchant for humor, killed himself. Soon afterward, Freed was named "Gandalf's" Director of Radio.

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

My Name is Joseph Heinrich Beuys, a Well Known German Shepherd Who Was Born around 844 AD to an Orphan

 53 Years Ago Today

Saturday 14th of December 1968

47-year-old Artist and pedagogue Joseph Heinrich Beuys performs 'Ja ja ja ja ja, nee nee nee nee nee' in Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.

Beuys is also the father of the German Shepherd breed:

Heinrich: 'My name is Joseph Heinrich Beuys, a well known German Shepherd who was born around 844 AD to an orphan. My father died when he was in his early 40s at the age of 18. My mother died when he was in her 60s.' – Joseph Heinrich Beuys, son of Joseph Heinrich Beuys.

The photograph of Joseph Heinrich Beuys, a German Shepherd, was made by Pieter Nast (left), Heinrich's cousin at the time. He lives in Wiesbaden where he trains with his uncle, a specialist in German Shepherd breedation. While there he studied all aspects of German Shepherd breeding (in his native Germany) and taught to his son's breed in Germany.

To further complicate matters, and to show that, he is still the only German Shepherd breed and is not a registered German shepherd.

He Announced that He Would Be Passing Away from AIDS, as Well as from an Infection Related to His Hair

 18 Years Ago Today He Was a Visitor

Sunday 14th of December 2003

Musician Patrick Miller aka Minimal Man dies of unknown causes at the age of 51 in Los Angeles, Eagle Rock, California, United States.

On January 18, 2003 he announced that he would be passing away from AIDS, as well as from an infection related to his hair. "My music began with a passion for music. And in my dreams, I had inspired countless voices and bands with music I'd love. My vision changed when I found my musical muse (the bassist and guitarist of the rock band, Big River) and a chance to use his unique talent to deliver his own unique musical and musical storytelling to many. This vision brought me to the place of writing because the joy and joy I witnessed firsthand, that of making music. It's with this conviction that I write about music as it was then, and the future that I will be creating. I'm sure we'll all remember that and sing along with it." -Patrick Miller, author of the book "Little Black Sheep," with his brother, Tim Miller on Feb 28, 2005 and the book "Music in the Age of the Internet" on June 24, 2013.

The music of Pat Tillman was born and is a testament to his love and music. The work and devotion of Pat Tillman is his legacy to this day. His music was born and he gave his time and talents to help those around him.

Monday, December 13, 2021

He Had a Close Relationship with K

 77 Years Ago Today

Wednesday 13th of December 1944
Painter and art theorist Wassily Wassilyevich Kandinsky dies of a stroke at the age of 78 in Paris, Île-de-France, France.
He was an important contributor to contemporary art. He was interviewed in two volume "A Fragile Life". After his death, he wrote the first volume entitled "A Fragile Life of Memoir". Wassilyevich Kandinsky contributed much of his work to the magazine, but it seems fair to give mention to that work because of the remarkable qualities of his early life and his role as a writer and lecturer. He was also a prolific artist.
Wealthy American writer William Thomas Brown, wrote a collection of essays and biographies of famous artists such as Giorgio Armani-Chamberlain, Algonquin painter, and Michelangelo, among others. I must point out that these essays were collected and published by Wassilyevich Kandinsky. While there is a wealth of interest and information on their work in various magazines such as Abstract Art Online, Salon, and the Online Art magazine of our readership, he was no less prolific.
In 1940 Wassilyevich Kandinsky started his own company and had an investment of $10,000 in a jewelry retail business called Kava. He was in Europe during the 1930s for several successful exhibitions on different art forms. He had a close relationship with K.

He Was Murdered in May 1812, Shortly After the Start of His Second Life

 224 Years Ago Today

Wednesday 13th of December 1797
Poet Heinrich Christian Johann Heine is born in Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.
He is the fourth son of Ernst Heinrich Christian. Christabel was born on 31 March 1804 in Düsseldorf, Germany. Christabel did not attend school due to his condition. He married the young, and was married for the remainder of his life. In 1801, his brother Dietrich Christian became a painter. Dietrich is survived by his wife Janine Christian and three children (including his grandmother). Heinrich suffered various ailments at the start of his life so that he could undergo further treatment. Dietrich would be euthanised early one hundred years ago, when he was just 17. He was eventually shot for a crime that he never fully confessed. He would have died if he had not participated in the crimes in which he committed them. The murder in Düsseldorf was a one-hour murder, which occurred on 8 May, 1812 near the Besserhein, near Düsseldorf. It is known as a 'crime against humanity' - a crime where one's life is a crime. During Dietrich's life, he would be one of the first to die in the city's streets - he was murdered in May 1812, shortly after the start of his second life.

I Would Ask If Someone Might Be Able to Confirm His Birth Date

 500 Years Ago Today

Tuesday 13th of December 1521

227th Pope Sixtus V aka Xystus V is born as Felice Peretti di Montalto in Grottammare, Marche, Italy.

The date of Birth is 11th of December 1519 of the same year. It was named after his grandfather, who was bishop.

(I would ask if someone might be able to confirm his Birth date, and if he does, why are the dates of Birth listed on the Catholic Encyclopedia as December 15th, 1520, 1525, and 1793?)

(I believe it is possible that his Mother made him take the name from a letter of reference. If this were true, it would certainly help to establish his age and age-group, and it would even establish a couple of dates.)

(I can't remember all the ways he was baptized.)

(It seems strange to me that some of these dates are not listed somewhere in the pages on the internet or in books, so this seems unlikely.)

(But, it is possible that he was baptized in August of course. Perhaps that dates from around 1580 (?)?)?)

(Perhaps this year he has taken his name when his father died. Maybe that some date from 1550 is 1250?)

(Maybe that it's all part of the same legend or something? Perhaps it could be that.)

Sunday, December 12, 2021

His Mother Says that He Got Into Shooting at Her When She Was 14


22 Years Ago Today
Sunday 12th of December 1999

Writer and playwright Joseph Heller known for his novel ‘Catch-22’ dies of a heart attack at the age of 76 in East Hampton, New York, United States.
His mother says that he got into shooting at her when she was 14 and that he played the villain in some of the first films. Heller has said that he had been having problems with his mental health, so his decision to start acting in video games came as a great surprise. Heller worked as a stunt man, and he became famous in 1989 for playing the role of the giant lizard – whose body was designed to hide its face. He has also come across other game characters who played this role, such as Captain Boomerang in the 1987 classic Mass Effect: Andromeda (the team that played the original) and Captain Falcon in Dragon Age: Origins.

His Songs Were so Popular that the Band Disbanded

 158 Years Ago Today

Saturday 12th of December 1863
Artist Edvard Munch is born in Ådalsbruk, Hedmark, Norway.
He was born in 1885. A large amount of his time and time are spent trying to produce a song or songwriting album. In 1890 Edvard Munch started a band, Grote, which played mainly in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. His songs were so popular that the band disbanded. During 1891 Edvard Munch worked at a studio in Lindt of Lindt, Sweden. He wrote a series of short stories. He was one of the first members in their movement. He came to Norway on a farm in the country's second largest province of Malmö. He lived and worked with the small family which began to grow in a small town in Malmö. He received the award for the first time from the society of music of Malmö. In 1794 he returned home to Sweden, where he began his studies in philosophy and politics. In 1796 his composition for the first of his two compositions for The Symphony of the City and the other works for The Music and the Arts show are shown at the opening of the University of Moravits. Edvard Munch also started composing songs for the music movement. Edvard Munch in his spare time is also known for his performances.
There are three people who were on the board of directors of the company.

Saturday, December 11, 2021

Scientific and Mathematical Structures of the Red and Black Wings

 178 Years Ago Today

Monday 11th of December 1843
Bacteriologist Robert Heinrich Herman Koch is born in Clausthal, Niedersachsen, Germany.
He is educated at Brandung University, in Bremen.
He graduated from the University of Göttingen in 1938 with a B.Eng. degree. In his second year of study, he received his doctorate from the University of Dresden, where he completed a thesis entitled "Scientific and Mathematical Structures of the Red and Black Wings." Koch had been a doctor for eleven years before his appointment. Koch graduated from the University of Göttingen in 1940 with a bachelor of science in chemistry for 10 year olds.
He studied with the F-100 Stratotanker under Major von Eichmann in 1942. In his second year, Koch spent nine months in Germany developing an artificial submarine, which was successfully developed and used by the F-100 Stratotanker under the direction of Colonel Friedrich Häcker (Lt. General) Waffen. (Materius Institute, Hamburg, Germany) Koch was given a scholarship to study philosophy of the E-Korean War in 1939, which he completed. Koch studied philosophy for about 2 years in 1946 when he was stationed in China and came to Vietnam to help during the Korean War. He was assigned to conduct an analysis of military technology against the Viet Cong. Koch met with the Vietnamese.

His Mother Got Married at a Peasant-Furnace in the Forest on the Outskirts of Normandy

 108 Years Ago Today Il Était Beau et pas une Bête

Thursday 11th of December 1913

Actor Jean Marais is born as Jean-Alfred Villain-Marais in Cherbourg, Normandie, France.

Friday 14th December 1913


The following film was a feature length film: "L'autres à la Reunion" (1870) by Jean-Baptiste Marois (14 pages): A play about the marriage of a peasant-furnace (or as a play at that) to a woman he meets. The story begins with two sisters marrying and getting married to one of the men, the master. The heroine is an aristocrat named Léon of Drouw, who has a son with her from three and a half years ago, named Henri, the daughter of a great father. She had given up on the land a few years ago in favour of her husband when his mother got married at a peasant-furnace in the forest on the outskirts of Normandy. It was a wonderful marriage at that time which she became a member of the community of the village.