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Jane Creba

Jane Creba was shot on December 26, 2005 in Toronto, Ontario.

Sources 00:04, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • You didn't cite any sources. Please cite at least one source. Also, people get shot all the time. What makes this case worth an encyclopedia entry? - 09:20, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
    • It's probably a non-notable bio anyway, and would be speedied as an A7 if created. Sorry. --WCQuidditch ☎ ✎ 16:48, 3 January 2006 (UTC)

Hélène Pince

Hélène Pince is a singer based in Paris.
She has just created a new musical album
which is called "une épingle dans le coeur".

  • please see WP:MUSIC and WP:BIO for inclusion guidelines J\/\/estbrook Talk VSCA  00:24, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Defence Scheme No.1

    Defence Scheme No.1 was a plan created by Canadian Director of Military Operations and Intelligence James "Buster" Brown, for a counter-invasion of the United States. Defence Scheme No.1 was created in 1921 and details a surprise attack on the northern U.S. at the first sign of an American invasion of Canada. According to the plan, Canadian troops would immediately be sent to blitz Seattle, Washington; Great Falls, Montana; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Albany, New York. Sould the attack be driven back, the Canadians would retreat to their own borders, destroying bridges and railroads to hinder any retailiation by the Americans. The sole purpose of the counter-invasion would be to buy time for Canada to prepare her war effort and to recieve aid from her British allies.
    Reportedly, Brown himself did reconaissance for the plan. Defence scheme No.1 serves as a counter part to The American's War Plan Red, a plan to invade Canada, drawn up in 1930.


    A recent article in The Ottawa Citizen newspaper by Peter Carlson 00:15, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Created. Absolutely. It is an extremely interesting and very notable piece of Canadian history (Pierre Berton wrote about it in Marching as to War!) It would make a great Wikipedia article. CanadianCaesar The Republic Restored 02:58, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Joe Tomlinson

    Possibly the coolest person on the planet, no one could possibly be cooler


    Joe Tomlinson
    • Sorry no. Would be deleted very quickly for not claiming the person is important. CanadianCaesar The Republic Restored 02:45, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
    • Please see WP:BIO. - 09:21, 3 January 2006 (UTC)

    Frank H. Peterson Academies of Technology

  • article already created J\/\/estbrook Talk VSCA  00:26, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Cultural Center of the Philippines

    The Cultural Center of the Philippines is the premiere institution for culture and the arts in the country. It embodies the highest standards of excellence and has services, which are responsive to the Filipino and the world.
    The inauguration of the Cultural Center of the Philippines in 1969 gave the arts a home. The CCP was created in 1966 through Executive Order No. 30 with the purpose of promoting and preserving Filipino arts and culture. It was formally inaugurated on September 8, 1969. Since its establishment, the CCP has sought to embody its logo of katotohanan (truth), kagandahan (beauty) and kabutihan (goodness).
    The CCP is presently attached to the Office of the President and is under the umbrella of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts as stipulated in Executive Order No. 80
    The CCP showcases Filipino artistic achievements, encourages the creation of original works inspired by Filipino themes and tradition and helps makes the arts accessible to all sectors of Philippine society.
    It initiates and supports the establishment of regional or local cultural centers in cooperation with local groups and brings together its own resident artists and other artists from the various regions through the CCP Outreach Program.
    Several companies representing the different arts reside within the CCP. There are four resident dance companies: Ballet Philippines, Philippine Ballet Theater, the Bayanihan Philippine National Folk Dance Company and the Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group. The Tanghalang Pilipino is the CCP's resident theater company. The CCP's resident music companies are the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, also the Philippines' national orchestra, the UST Symphony Orchestra, the Philippine Madrigal Singers and the Music Competitions for Young Artists Foundation (NAMCYA).
    The CCP also covers film and broadcast arts, as well as the literary and visual arts, encouraging the growth of aspiring artists in these fields through numerous workshops, seminars, anthologies, exhibits, symposia as well as competition and awards.
    Through the Cultural Exchange Program, the CCP supports the growth and development of arts councils all over the country through relevant workshops and seminars. In addition, the CCP also established ties with various international organizations. Through exchange programs with these groups, Filipinos have been able to glimpse the beauty and diversity of cultures around the world.
    Today, the CCP envisions itself to the home of people-centered arts, than embodies artistic excellence, promotes Filipino aesthetics and nurtures cultural values, social responsibilities and national identity.
  • article already created. Thanks J\/\/estbrook Talk VSCA  00:27, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
  • fructosuria

    Fructosuria is the deficiency of fructokinase. Which means that ingested fructose is unable to enter glycolysis the quick and normal route. instead it is metabolised by the hexokinase pathway, leading to a high concentration of fructose in the blood and fructose accumulation in the urine. tends to be common in Jews.


    Metabolism and nutrition, SArah benyon first edition
    Wikipedia is an encyclopedia, not a dictionary. We can not acccept definitions of words or abbreviations as entries. Shell babelfish 22:13, 12 June 2006 (UTC)

    Schwebebahn Hanging Rail

    The world's oldest operating transportation monorail operates in the Ruhr district of Germany. A special preview run was held for the Kaiser on October 24, 1900. The "Schwebebahn" opened to the public on March 1st, 1901. During the 19th century, the towns of Barmen, Elberfeld and Vohwinkel were growing rapidly and some sort of transit system was needed. Since a good portion of the line would be above the Wupper River, conventional elevated rail was not the ideal choice. Eugen Langen, an engineer of nearby Cologne, had successfully tested a double-track monorail system. The leaders of the towns were impressed with the technology and selected it. Construction began in 1898, 100 years before our website debuted. The original monorail cars were revolutionary in rail design in that they were the first all-steel transit vehicles. The trains actually swing freely beneath the track. Still, the trains never bank more than a comfortable 15 degrees. The name "Schwebebahn" translates to Suspended Railway. Top speed for the vehicles is 56 kph. Cars operate at an approximate two and a half minute headway and have a carrying capacity of 3,500 passengers per hour. In April of 1999, a derailment of a morning commuter train caused four deaths, the only fatal mass transit monorail accident in the 20th century.

    A. Friemann
  • An article exists already at Schwebebahn Wuppertal. Kusma (討論) 14:34, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • GUST

    Glasgow University Student television is the oldest and most sucsesfull studnet telovision station in europe. maned by students at Glasgow university it was founded in 1964 as part of SRC Media, a department of the Students representitive councel of Glasgow university. it broadcasts several programs including GUST news and several arts programs. its main distrobution is through its website GUST.TV.

    the GUSTie guide 01:44, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • article already created J\/\/estbrook Talk VSCA  00:29, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Helicase

    Helicase is a molecule that causes DNA replication. It splits the hydrogen bonds between adenine-thymine, and cytosine-guanine.


  • The misspelling Helocase (the originally requested article) now redirects to Helicase. delldot talk 06:46, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • MO BIO Laboratories, Inc.

    MO BIO Laboratories, a privately held company located in the San Diego biotech corridor (Carlsbad, CA USA), was founded in 1993. Initially a small business start-up, MO BIO has grown into a multi-million dollar operation with international production, research, and distribution. Today, MO BIO's growth and customer loyalty is challenging some of the world's leading molecular biology tool companies with innovative technologies and a commitment to value. One of the fastest growing companies in Life Science, the product innovation, company philosophy, and customer service focus continues to draw customers and outstanding industry talent to MO BIO. The founders and employees of MO BIO are dedicated to the preservation of the environment and to bettering the quality of the Earth through science. MO BIO Innovation: Since 1993, MO BIO Laboratories has been developing innovative tools for researchers in Molecular Biology. MO BIO's PowerMAX DNA Isolation kits and RNA PowerSoil kits are among the most unique and innovative products in the biotech marketplace today. Effectively removing humic acid inhibitors of PCR present in soil samples. MO BIO's line of soil and microbial isolation kits are now the method of choice among environmental and microbiology researchers studying microbial DNA in soil samples. MO BIO introduced some of the fastest kits on the market for DNA isolation and purification. UltraClean 6 Minute Plasmid Mini Prep, the UltraClean PCR Clean-up Kit (only 3 minutes per reaction), and the UltraClean GelSpin Kit (only 5 minutes per reaction). Plus, a full line of nucleic acid isolation and purfication products in mini, midi, maxi and 96 well formats.


    Méav Ní Mhaolchatha

    Sources 02:12, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Fulfilled by Kappa. - 09:24, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Frank H. Peterson Academies of Technology

    Frank H. Peterson is an all magnet High School located on Jacksonville's westside. Before becoming an actual High School it was known as the Westside Skill Center. The Westside Skill Center was an alternative school. It was deisigned for kids that were missbehaiving or failing in a Duval County High School. The Westside Skill Center offered programs like the ones now days. Before The Northside Skill Center, known as present day A. Philip Randolph, had control of all the academies like: Information Technology, Construction, Cosmetology, Health Care, Law Enforcement, Automotive, Culinary Arts, and Child Care. These programs were for the kids who needed a future. As the fialing kids increased, there needed to be another Skilol Center. Thus the westside one was born. The Duval County School board saw the Northside and the Westide Skill Center too strict, almost like prison. Thus idea of becoming all magnet high schools was brought into place. Peterson , now, has an enrollment of about 1200. The majority, 55%, are Caucasians. 35% African American and 10% other. In the 2004-2005 School year Peterson raised from a low "D" school to a high "C" school, this was the second biggetst gain in Duval County. The highest was from J.E.B. Stuart middle Shool, located on the westside as well. Peterson doesn't have a sports program. They used to have boys Basketball but had to cancel it becoase lack of intrest. However, a football feild and stadium is being constructed now and they hope to have a football team by the 2006-2007 School year. Even though they dont have a sports they have many clubs like a guitar club wich was formed, sponsered, and even taught to students by the school's principle. Other clubs include: an Anime Club, Bible Club, Cheerleading, Choral Club, Computer/Radio Club, Cosmetology Club, Diversity Club, Drama Club, National Beta Club, National Honor Society, NTHS and Skills USA, Rocketry Club, Spanish Club, Yearbook, Martial Arts Club, and even a Water Sports Club hosted by one of the schools administrators.
    Being an all magnet school, Peterson offers many programs like:
    1. Cosmetology, were you can actually go get your hair and nails done. You can also get skin care there.
    2. Culinary Arts, were stundents cook food in their very own kitchen, under the teachers guidance. You can also go eat in their resturant.
    3. Aviation, were students learn about aircrafts and other things of that nature.
    4. Comminications, were students learn about media and produce their very own news show. Students also desiegn websites in certain classes.
    5. Automotive, were students work on cars, repair the dents cuased by an accident, change the pant job of a vehicle. Students also Work on deisel trucks too.
    6. Child Care, were students learn how to teach young kids. They also actually teach kids too. They have their very own playground and daycare.
    Unlike most high schools Frank H. Peterson is one of two schools, the other being A. Phillip Randolph Academies of Technology, to offer their graduates a diploma and 2 years college credits in their academy of choice. When you leave Peterson you can enter the world in employment anywhere as long as it pretains to your academy choice.


    Frank H. Peterson Website:
    A. Philip Randolph Website:

    Susheel Narla



    -- 02:40, 3 January 2006 (UTC)RAMAIAH VELAMANCHI-- 02:40, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • probably won't pass CSD A7 please read WP:BIO J\/\/estbrook Talk VSCA  00:34, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
  • (most anything you want)

    Most anything you want is a song from iron butterfly off there second album in-a-gadda-da-vida.It is mostley known for its catchy tone.It starts off the album with a legendary guitar riff.


    i alredy new it
  • Just knowing it is not enough. Sources are meant to be reliable and independantly "checkable" by other editors. See WP:RS. - Mgm(talk) 11:16, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Battle of Baden Hill

    Major battle of 490 AD in which Celtic Brits fought off advancing
    Saxon's army, defeating them (temporarily).
    This is a stubb but about a major turning point battle
    please add to it...
    /s/ shake big willy sr
    Already exists as Battle of Badon Hill, which redirects automatically to Battle of Mons Badonicus. Tearlach 09:15, 3 January 2006 (UTC)

    Canada Dry

    Canada Dry is a delicious soft drink established in 1904. It is a caffine free ginger ale beverage. The official website of Canada Dry is


    Canada Dry Can
    • Canada Dry already has an article. Kappa 03:29, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
    • delicious is not WP:NPOV

    Severed Hand

    Severed Hand is a metal band out of the Asbury Park, NJ area. Featuring Walter Figueroa(vocals), Paul Christian(lead guitar), David Keelen(rhythm guitar), Mitchell Burger(bass) son of Jersey Shore rocker Bob Burger, and Paris Bierk(drums) son of ex-Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach, Severed Hand released their debut album "Keep Your Wives Inside" in November of 2005.

  • please read WP:MUSIC thanks J\/\/estbrook Talk VSCA  00:35, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Mahatma Ghandi award

    The Mahatma Ghandi award signifies a person with outstanding qualities... also tom sholz has won it which is cool...


  • Declined. We cannot accept unsourced suggestions or sources that are not reliable per the verifiability policy. Please provide sources with your suggestions. Shell babelfish 22:22, 12 June 2006 (UTC)
  • The Great Recoinage

    Sir Isaac Newton was the Master of the Mint at the time, and improvised new coining methods to catch counterfeiters. Approximately 20 percent of the money during the Great Recoinage was counterfeit.


  • Declined. We cannot accept unsourced suggestions or sources that are not reliable per the verifiability policy. Please provide sources with your suggestions. Shell babelfish 22:23, 12 June 2006 (UTC)
  • Transferbargle

    Transferbargle is a fictional word, purportedly created by the author Ken "Caesar" Fisher of Arstechnica. Ken suggests the word is used to describe copy by electronic means, however this word is not used in Australia to describe this process.


    Arstechnica article first citing the use of this word -
    Slashdot reporting of the term -
  • Wikipedia is not a dictionary, especially not for made up terms on which we cannot write a full article. Perhaps, they could use it at ? - 09:26, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Anthony LaPaglia

    The winner of the 1998 Tony Award For Best Actor in a Play


    The Earth's Biggest Movie Database Website
    Powermack 04:46, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • See Anthony LaPaglia. Kappa 04:49, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Garrett Zablocki

    Garrett Zablocki(April 15, 1985) is the rhythm guitarist for the band Senses Fail.

    Sources 04:52, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Article already exists. Shell babelfish 22:23, 12 June 2006 (UTC)
  • Live Nation

    (text removed to keep request page easy to manage)
    Requested by 05:09, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Done, thanks! - Mgm(talk) 09:49, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting

    Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting is part of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) affiliated in particular to Friends General Conference. It encompasses 19 monthly meetings in Southwest Ohio, Indiana and Northern Kentucky. It is currently headquartered in Richmond, IN.

    Sources 05:16, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Done, many thanks. -- AJR Talk 17:40, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Figueres speech

    In 1958, US vice-president Richard Nixon was spitted by a multitude in Caracas, Venezuela, while visiting the city as part of a goodwill tour through South America. Such a spectacular event prompted the US Congress to create a special committee to investigate the reasons behind it. Many people were invited to speak before it, including the distinguished former President of Costa Rica, don José Figueres, who allowed himself the following speech on June 9, 1958:
    "As a citizen of the hemisphere, as a man who has dedicated his public life to promote inter-American comprehension, as an educated man who knows and appreciates the United States and who has never tried to hide that appreciation to anyone, no matter how hostile he was, I deplore that the people of the Latin America, represented by a fistful of overexcited Venezuelans, has spitted a worthy public officer who represents the greatest nation of our time. But I must speak frankly and even rudely, because I am convinced that the situation demands it: the people cannot spit a foreign policy, which was what it tried to do. But when they have exhausted all other means of trying to make themselves understood, the only thing left to do is spitting.
    With all due respect to vice-president Nixon, and with all my admiration towards his conduct, which was, during the events, heroic and later noble, I have no choice but to say that the act of spitting, however vulgar it is, lacks a substitute in our language to express certain emotions …
    If you’re going to speak of human dignity in Russia, ¿why is it so hard to speak of human dignity in the Dominican Republic? ¿Where is intervention and where is non-intervention? ¿Is it that a simple threat, a potential one, to your liberties, is, essentially, more serious that the kidnapping of our liberties?
    Of course you have made certain investments in the (Latin) American dictatorships. The aluminum companies extract bauxite almost for free. Your generals, your admirals, your public officers and your businessmen are treated there like royalty. Like your Senate verified yesterday, there are people who bribe the reigning dynasties with millions, to enjoy the privilege of hunting in their lands. They deduct the money from the taxes they pay in the US, but it returns to the country and, when it arrives to Hollywood, becomes extravagant furs and cars that bring down the fragile virtue of female stars.
    And, meanwhile, our women are kidnapped by gangsters, our men are castrated in the torture chambers and our illustrious professors disappear, lugubriously, from the halls of the University of Columbia, in New York. When one of your lawmakers calls this “collaboration to fight communism,” 180 millions of Latin Americans feel the need to spit.
    Spitting is a despicable custom, if done physically. ¿But what about moral spits? When your government invited Pedro Estrada, the Himmler of the Western Hemisphere, to be honored in Washington, ¿didn’t you spit upon the face of all democrats in (Latin) America?
    … I can assure you that, when it comes to international economic policy, the United States seems to be willing to repeat certain errors of domestic policy that inflicted much damage in the past, including, of course, the ones that led to the great crisis of 1929.
    We, the Latin Americans, are tired of pointing at these mistakes; especially, the lack of interest in the prices of our products. Every time we suggest a plan to stabilize prices at a fair level you answer with economy slogans, like “the law of supply and demand” or “the free market system,” or with insults like “¿Aren’t we paying you enough money now?”
    We don’t beg, except in emergencies. We’re not people who will spit for money. We’ve inherited all the flaws of the Spanish character, but also some its virtues. Our poverty does not diminish our pride. We have our dignity.
    What we want is to be paid a fair price for the sweat of our people, for the impoverishment of our land, when we provide a product needed by another country. That would be enough to live, to raise our own capital and to carry on with our own development."


    Carl Grimberg's Universal History
  • Is that text published somewhere that is free of copyright? If so, it is a candidate for Wikisource. Uncle G 14:17, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • xVCD

    XVCD stands for eXtendedVCD. XVCD has same features as VCD but it is possible to use higher bitrates and higher resolution to get higher video quality. XVCD is basicly everything that uses MPEG1 video, is not within the VCD standard and burnt in "VCD"-Mode.
    XSVCD stands for eXtendedSVCD. XSVCD has same features as SVCD but it is possible to use higher bitrates and higher resolution to get higher video quality. XSVCD is basicly everything that uses MPEG2 video, is not within the SVCD standard and burnt in "SVCD"-Mode.
    A X(S)VCD can be played on
    - XVCD on some standalone VCD Players but not XSVCD at all.
    - Some standalone DVD Players check here for a compatibility list. The main problem why many players won't play X(S)VCD is that it may require faster CD-R/W reading speed in the Player.
    - And of course on all computers with a CD-ROMs/DVD-ROMs with a software VCD/MPG Player.
    Technical Info
    Remember that these are no STANDARDS as VCD and SVCD.
    X(S)VCDs are in two format, NTSC and PAL (and a third one also, NTSC Film but that is almost never used).
    any kbit/sec MPEG-1 both variable and constant bitrate.
    352 x 288 pixels
    25 frames/second
    32-384 kbit/sec MPEG-1 Layer2
    Menus and chapters
    Still pictures in 704x576,352x288
    any kbit/sec MPEG-2 both variable and constant bitrate
    352 x 288 pixels
    352 x 576 pixels
    720 x 576 pixels
    25 frames/second
    with up to 4 Subtitles
    32-384 kbit/sec MPEG-1 Layer2
    with up to 2 Audio Tracks
    Menus and chapters
    Still pictures in 704x576,352x288
    any kbit/sec MPEG-1 both variable and constant bitrate
    352 x 240 pixels
    29,97 frames/second
    (23,976 frames/second NTSC Film)
    32-384 kbit/sec MPEG-1 Layer2
    Menus and chapters
    Still pictures in 704x480,352x240
    any kbit/sec MPEG-2 both variable and constant bitrate
    352 x 240 pixels
    352 x 480 pixels
    720 x 480 pixels
    29,97 frames/second
    (23,976 frames/second NTSC Film)
    with up to 4 Subtitles
    32-384 kbit/sec MPEG-1 Layer2
    with up to 2 Audio Tracks
    Menus and chapters
    Still pictures in 704x480,352x240


  • Declined. We cannot accept unsourced suggestions or sources that are not reliable per the verifiability policy. Please provide sources with your suggestions. Shell babelfish 22:24, 12 June 2006 (UTC)
  • Dog Whisperer

    A National Geographic Channel television program documenting the housecalls of dog behaviorist Cesar Millan as he helps dog owners correct behavior problems with their dogs.

    "07:07, 3 January 2006 (UTC)"
  • article already created J\/\/estbrook Talk VSCA  00:39, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Seth Fein

  • (Attack removed.) This is an encyclopaedia, not a venue to attack people. Uncle G 07:42, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Feathered Cut

    This hairstyle is used by women. This kind of hairstyle is meant for such hair which are long or below shoulder length. In this, hair are cut in different layers and length. They give a look of volume in hair. It appears as feather on bird's wing. Feathered cut can provide brilliant look to people those have bulging cheeks, uneven forehead or long face.


  • You haven't cited any sources. Please cite at least one source for your information. - Mgm(talk) 11:13, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Lady Lust of Nyc


    Zero Google hits. Please see WP:MUSIC. User:Zoe(talk) 21:45, 4 January 2006 (UTC)

    National Lampoon Senior Trip

    Mitchell Goncalves
  • Declined. We can not accept copyrighted content taken from web sites or printed sources. Note that copyright protection is granted to all works automatically, whether it is asserted or not. Unless stated otherwise, assume that most content on the internet is copyrighted and not suitable for Wikipedia. Please write in your own words, and in continuous prose. Shell babelfish 22:25, 12 June 2006 (UTC)
  • Arcana Evolved

  • REDIRECT Arcana Unearthed
  • done J\/\/estbrook Talk VSCA  00:42, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Russell Endean

    Russell Endean, a batsman for South Africa was the first cricket player to be dismissed for handling the ball in test match cricket.
    On January fifth of 1957, whilst playing versus England at Cape Town, South Africa, Endean -- trying to protect his wicket -- errantly swept the ball away from his stumps. This was a violation of the Rule 33 of the Laws of cricket:
    "Either batsman is out Handled the ball if he wilfully touches the ball while in play with a hand or hands not holding the bat unless he does so with the consent of the opposing side."

    Though Endean was the first player recorded as dismissed for handling the ball in test match cricket, Rule 33 is similar to a previous rule, Law 3, recorded in the first cricket laws published in 1774, which includes the words:
    "... If the Striker touches or takes up the Ball before she is lain quite still, unless asked by the Bowler or Wicket-keeper, its out. ..."


    from wikipedia articles 09:32, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Already exists. Shell babelfish 22:26, 12 June 2006 (UTC)
  • The Black Dragons

    The Black Dragons are an underground gang that "grabs" it's members from affiliate gangs. It is primarly run from the east coast. The person I spoke with said each member is given two titles. His titles are "Mysry" and "Anarkyst". He claims to be the founding member of the "FOLK" associated gang and says it is more of a grouping of common people with the same feelings than a gang.
    The typical wear for a "Dragon" is a black bandanna or "flag" and dark blue or black clothing. They are a "right sided gang" meaning they focus things to the right (leaning hats to the right or tying their "flag" on their right side). They use the "FOLK" signs and a hand gesture of the first three fingers on their right hand extended
    and slightly curved (to look like a "E") and placed over their heart as their gang signs.
    The Dragons feelings toward "CRIPs" - "Man, we been down with the blue since we started. We always got their back."
    The Dragons feelings toward "BLOODs" - "Them fools ain't nothing but p***ies. They all need to be dealt with."


    Mysry - founding member of the Black Dragons
    Danial O'Conner
    • This is orginal research which we cannot verify for ourselves unless it is published in a credible medium. You should look for somewhere else to host it - see WP:Alternatives. Kappa 09:51, 3 January 2006 (UTC)
    • However, the Black Dragons do appear to be notable as a Los Angeles Asian street gang (for instance, see User:TearlachTearlach 09:54, 3 January 2006 (UTC)


    Matrixism is an internet-based new religious movement (NRM) inspired by the motion picture trilogy "The Matrix". Conceived by an annonymous group in the summer of 2004 it has grown to attract a following of over six-hundred people to date.
    Matrixism carries with it four main beliefs that are described as "The Four Tenets". Briefly these are; belief in a messianic prophecy, use of psychedelic drugs as sacrament, reality is multi-layered and semi-subjective and followers must adhere to the principles of at least one of the world's major religions. The sacred texts of Matrixism are the motion picture trilogy "The Matrix". The adopted symbol for Matrixism is the Kanji symbol for "red".
    Matrixism is a syncretic or ecumenical religion. It uses references to "the matrix" from an obscure text of the Baha'i religion, called "The Promulgation of Universal Peace", to make a connection with broader world religious history.
    Notably one of the two holy days observed by Matrixists is the anniversary of the deaths of Aldous Huxley, John F. Kennedy and C.S. Lewis. All three of these famous persons passed away on the 22nd of November 1963.


    "Religion and Popular Culture: A Hyper-Real Testament"
    Dr. Adam Possamai
    Peter Lang Publishing Group
    Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2005.
    Gods, Humans and Religion. Vol. 7
    General Editor: Gabriel Fragnière
    / US- pb.
    "The Joy of Sects: Everything you always wanted to know about cults but were afraid to ask"
    Sam Jordison
    Publisher: Robson Books
    Publication Date: 7 November 2005
    Comment In the past 18 months, the article got created then merged away via AfD. The name is WP:SALTed to prevent recreation. davidwr/(talk)/(contribs)/(e-mail) 20:37, 22 July 2007 (UTC)

    Andy Classen

    Andy Classen is a German musician, sound engineer and record producer.
    He began his career in 1980 as a guitarist for the German thrash metal band Holy Moses, fronted by his later wife Sabina Classen. In 1989 the band bought a house in the village of Bühne in the vicinity of Warburg, North Rhine-Westphalia. In 1990 they founded a record label named 'West Virginia Records' and opened the Stage-One-Studio in their new house (so named because "Bühne" is German for "stage")
    Andy Classen became producer and engineer in Stage-One-Studio. Among his first productions were the albums 'When War begins...' by the German thrashcore band Warpath and 'Mc Gillroy the Housefly' by the German psychedelic death metal band Incubator, both of which where critically acclaimed, and the latter still has a cult following in the death metal underground. He also became influencial in the German hardcore punk scene, being the producer for bands like Ryker's and Brightside.
    He remained lead guitarist in Holy Moses till 1994. Aesthetic differences that had arisen during the production of the Holy Moses album 'No matter what's the cause' (1994) with Dan Lilker on Bass and Meff from the Ryker's on Drums lead to Andy Classen leaving the the band. Ultimately he and Sabina divorced, and West Virgina Records was dissolved.
    Holy Moses was inactive till 2001 when it was revived by Sabina Classen, with Andy Classen acting as occasional songwriter and producer. In 2005 Holy Moses has recorded the Album 'Strength, Power, Will, Passion'.
    During the nineties Andy Classen has established himself as one of the premier producers for Hardcore, Thrashmetal and Deathmetal music in Europe. His sound aesthetics usually are described as aggressive and powerful yet transparent. Among others he produced records for the bands 'Dew Scented', Tankard 'Disbelief', 'Die Apokalyptischen Reiter' (all Germany), Asphyx (Netherlands), Belphegor (Austria), Old_dead_tree (France), Graveworm (Italy) and 'Deafness by Noise' (Croatia).
    From the year 2000 on his work has found increasing recognition in the international scene, with bands like Rotting Christ from Greece, Criminal from Chile/Great Britan and Krisiun from Brazil recording with him.
    Category:German musicians
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  • LeveL

    LeveL is a well-known computer games magazine throughout Turkey and has also a Czech version under the same title. These two brother divisions exchange articles and general content from time to time.
    Turkish LeveL, having been founded in 1997 (back then, M. Berker Güngör a.k.a. "maddog" prepared the whole editorial stuff nearly on his own.), is today the leading computer games magazine in Turkey selling over 25.000 units. It endured tough times of rivalry when magazines like Gameshow and PCgamer existed contemporarily with LeveL. Due to financial problems, they had to shut down their offices and as a consequence, LeveL was left with no real opponents in the market. These events made LeveL stronger in general, because many authors from rival but yet closed magazines strenghtened the editorial staff of LeveL and brought new blood to reviews and other articles.


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  • Hermann Weller

    Hermann Weller (born 4 February 1878 in Schwäbisch Gmünd; died 1956 in Tübingen) was an Indiologist and neo-Latin poet. He is considered the Horatio of the twentieth century.
    After his studies in Tübingen and Berlin, the classical philologist taught as a schoolteacher in the Ellwangen Gymnasium between 1913 and 1931. He also held a position at the Ehingen Gymnasium. In 1930 he qualified as a university teacher in Tübingen.
    The acknowledged neo-Latin poet was already so famous by 1931 that in that year the Ellwanger town council decided to name a street after him – the Hermann Weller Street.
    The Y Elegy
    Weller wrote the neo-Latin Y Elegy, which describes how in a poet’s dream the letters of the alphabet from a volume of Horace’s poetry become alive, and how A calls in a demagogic speech for the extermination of the foreign letter Y. Y escapes and tries through words, myths, mysticism, rhythm, and physics to prove its right to exist – but the other letters do not allow themselves to be convinced, and are in the process of excluding Y. The poet asks for release and awakes from this nightmare.
    Weller, a private senior lecturer, at Tübingen University, submitted the Y Elegy at the end of 1937, though the Certamen Hoefufftianumin, for a competition of neo-Latin poetry to the Royal Dutch Academy of Wetenschappen (KNAW) held annually in Amsterdam. In 1938 Weller was awarded the Gold Medal for this text. The fact that Weller could be promoted to the position of Special Professor in the same year (despite certain doubts on account of his Catholicism) shows that knowledge of Latin among Nazi officials was not wide.
    The Latin scholar, Uwe Dubielzig, recognised in 2001 that around the text was a playfully disguised accusation against the ever more apparent anti-Semitism of the Nazis, the effects of which Weller could observe in his immediate surroundings of Tübingen University. Additionally, if the text cannot be read as a document of anti-fascist resistance, it is still a spirited but camouflaged document turning away from the Nazis racist politics, the full brutality of which, before the pogrom of the so-called Reichskristallnacht, Weller would have underestimated, (as did Charlie Chaplin even in 1940 in his film The Great Dictator). In that sense the Y Elegy can be assessed as a remarkable testimony for ‘internal immigration’.
    Selected Writings
    Meister Hartmuths Traum, Festspiel, Ellwangen, 1921
    Carmina Latina, 2. vermehrte Auflage, Tübingen 1946

    Also translation from German version of Wikipedia
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    IRiver G10 Series

    The new IRiver device the G10 is set to be the PSP killer with
    • Windows Mobile 5 Operating System
    • 4 and 8 Gigabytes of storage space
    • 3D Graphics Rendering
    • WVGA Screen w/800x400 Resolution
    • WiBro Support (Wireless Broadband, faster than standard WiFi)

  • This article would run the risk of getting deleted. It doesn't provide context on what exactly it is (apart from being connected to PSP) and it also has an overly promotional nature. Please rewrite with WP:YFA and WP:NOT in mind. - Mgm(talk) 11:15, 4 January 2006 (UTC)

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