Leighton Olivia - reminds me of actress Leighton Meester
Blair Sierra - I can tell you're a fan of Gossip Girl ;)
Nice names! And I like your avatar - Matt Barr <3
Hope I helped, and good luck !!
How many Governing Body members Jehovah's Witnesses have had to date?
They don't have to date any most of them are married...sorry Nina Couldn't resist. I think there are 7 now I will get the names of all of them to make up for my funny comment
These are the current officers of the Watch Tower organization as of 11/27/06:
Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania (Incorporated 1884)
President Don A. Adams
Vice Presidents Robert W. Wallen, William F. Malenfant
Secretary/Treasurer Richard E. Abrahamson
Directors Danny L. Bland, Philip D. Wilcox, John N. Wischuk
Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc. (Incorporated 1909)
President Max H. Larson
Vice Presidents George M. Couch, Lonnie R. Schilling
Secretary/Treasurer Gerald F. Simonis
Directors Gerald D. Grizzle, David G. Sinclair, Robert M. Pevy
Christian Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses (Incorporated 2000)
President William L. Van De Wall
Vice Presidents Charles I. Woody, Leon Weaver, Jr.
Secretary/Treasurer William H. Nonkes
Directors Harold K. Jackson, Merton V. Campbell, Stanley F. Weigel
Religious Order of Jehovah's Witnesses (Incorporated 2000)
President Patrick J. LaFranca
Vice Presidents Peter D. Molchan, Ralph E. Walls
Secretary/Treasurer Joseph D. Mercante
Directors Marvin G. Smalley, Kenneth J. Pulcifer, Eugene D. Rosam, Jr.
Kingdom Support Services, Inc. (Incorporated 2000)
President Harold L. Corkern
Vice Presidents Alan D. Janzen, Robert L. Butler
Secretary/Treasurer Alexander W. Reinmueller
Directors James F. Mantz, Jr., Thomas Kalimeris, Alan G. Browning
Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New Jersey, Inc. (Incorporated 1955)
President Charles V. Molohan
Vice Presidents James L. Bauer, J. Richard Brown
Secretary/Treasurer Alan K. Flowers
Directors Allen E. Shuster, David L. Walker, Vernon C. Wisegarver
Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of Florida, Inc. (Incorporated 1986)
President Leonard R. Pearson
Vice Presidents Alejandro G. Rodriguez, Maurice C. Turcot
Secretary/Treasurer Mark L. Questell
Directors Jim Moody, Sr., Anselm J. Packnett, Donald R. Krebs
Valley Farms Corporation (Incorporated 1987)
President Charles J. Rice
Vice Presidents Kent E. Fischer, Robert L. Rains
Secretary/Treasurer Albert L. Harrell
Directors John R. Strandberg, Samuel D. Buck, Louis A. Travis
UPDATE (10/3/99) Four new Governing Body members
Speaking of working alongside, four new members have just been added to the Watchtower's Governing Body this year (1999) All claim to be of the anointed. In contrast to the other eight, they are presumably fairly young. They are: Samuel Herd - former district overseer, living at Bethel this past year, also the first African/American on the GB. Guy Pierce - former circuit overseer, living at Bethel this past year, Steve Lett - (our) former circuit overseer, living at Bethel this past year, David Splane - was missionary in Canada, Bethel for some years, graduated from the 42nd class of Gilead September 1966.
UPDATE (8/25/05) Two new Governing Body members
Anthony Morris raised a family and then went into the traveling work. Later they were called to Patterson Geoffrey Jackson is an Australian who was a missionary and a branch committee member before being going to Patterson.
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Albert Schroeder (deceased March 9, 2006)
Daniel Sydlik (deceased April 19, 2006) HTML clipboardHTML clipboard
Governing body members (current as of 04/27/09):
Geoffrey Jackson (new 8/25/05)
Anthony Morris (new 8/25/05)
Can you help me find more about the play Sweeny Todd?
This is all the information of the most recent Broadway production:
The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Eugene O'Neill Theatre, (11/3/2005 - 9/3/2006)
Preview:Oct 3, 2005 Total Previews:35
Opening:Nov 3, 2005
Closing:Sep 3, 2006 Total Performances:349
Category: Musical, Thriller, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The 19th Century. London. Fleet Street and environs.
Awards and nominations
Songs in this Production
by opening date
Opening Night Production Credits [see more]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Jujamcyn Theaters (Rocco Landesman: President; Paul Libin: Producing Director; Jack Viertel: Creative Director)
Produced by Thomas Viertel, Steven Baruch, Marc Routh, Richard Frankel, The Ambassador Theatre Group, Adam Kenwright and Tulchin/Bartner/Bagert
Originally produced on Broadway by: Richard Barr, Charles Woodward, Robert Fryer, Mary Lea Johnson and Martin Richards; Originally produced on Broadway in association with: Dean Manos and Judy Manos; This production was originally produced by: The Watermill Theatre, U.K.
Music by Stephen Sondheim; Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Book by Hugh Wheeler; From an Adaptation by Christopher Bond; Music orchestrated by Sarah Travis
Directed and Designed by John Doyle; Originally Directed on Broadway by: Harold Prince
Costume Design by John Doyle; Scenic Design by John Doyle; Lighting Design by Richard G. Jones; Sound Design by Dan Moses Schreier; Hair and Wig Design by Paul Huntley; Associate Set Designer, Broadway Production: Ted LeFevre; Associate Costume Designer, Broadway Production: Patrick Chevillot; Make-Up Design by Angelina Avallone; Assistant Costume Design: Rosemary Lepre; Associate Lighting Designer, Broadway Production: Paul Miller; Associate Sound Designer, Broadway Production: David Bullard
General Manager: Richard Frankel Productions and Jo Porter; Company Manager: Sammy Ledbetter; Associate Co. Mgr: Jason Pelusio
Production Stage Manager: Adam John Hunter; Production Manager: Showman Fabricators; Stage Manager: Julia P. Jones; Assistant Stage Mgr: David Redman Scott
Musical Supervisor: Sarah Travis; Resident Music Supervisor: David Loud; Musical Coordinator: John Miller
Casting: Bernard Telsey Casting, Inc.; Press Representative: Barlow-Hartman Public Relations; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Photographer: Paul Kolnik and Nigel Perry
Opening Night Cast
Guitar, Orchestra Bells, Percussion Sweeney Todd
Tuba, Orchestra Bells, Percussion Mrs. Lovett
Bass Jonas Fogg
Donna Lynne Champlin
Accordion, Keyboard, Flute Pirelli
Clarinet Beggar Woman
Violin, Clarinet, Keyboard Tobias Ragg
Keyboard, Trumpet The Beadle
Trumpet, Orchestra Bells, Percussion Judge Turpin
Cello, Keyboard Anthony Hope
Cello, Penny Whistle Johanna
Standbys: Benjamin Eakeley (Anthony Hope, The Beadle, Tobias Ragg), Merwin Foard (Judge Turpin, Sweeney Todd), Dorothy Stanley (Mrs. Lovett, Pirelli), Elisa Winter (Beggar Woman, Johanna).
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This is for the first Broadway production:
The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Uris Theatre, (3/1/1979 - 6/29/1980)
Preview:Feb 6, 1979 Total Previews:19
Opening:Mar 1, 1979
Closing:Jun 29, 1980 Total Performances:557
Category: Musical, Thriller, Original, Broadway
Setting: The 19th Century. London. Fleet Street and environs.
Awards and nominations
Songs in this Production
by opening date
Opening Night Production Credits
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization and Gerald Oestreicher
Produced by Richard Barr, Charles Woodward, Robert Fryer, Mary Lea Johnson and Martin Richards; Produced in association with Dean Manos and Judy Manos; Associate Producer: Marc Howard
Music by Stephen Sondheim; Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Book by Hugh Wheeler; Based on a version of "Sweeney Todd" by Christopher Bond; Music orchestrated by Jonathan Tunick; Musical Director: Paul Gemignani
Directed by Harold Prince; Dance and movement by Larry Fuller
Production Design by Eugene Lee; Costume Design by Franne Lee; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Hair and Wig Design by Lyn Quiyou; Make-Up Design by Barbara Kelly; Sound Design by Jack Mann; Assistant to Mr. Lee: Darrell Keister; Associate to Ms. Lee: Karen Roston; Assistant to Ms. Lee: Carr Garnett; Assistant to Mr. Billington: Marcia Madeira
General Manager: Gatchell & Neufeld, Ltd.; Company Manager: Drew Murphy; Management Associate: Douglas C. Baker
Production Stage Manager: Alan Hall; Stage Manager: Ruth E. Rinklin; Assistant Stage Mgr: Arthur Masella; Technical Director: Arthur Siccardi
Music published by Tommy Valando; Music Preparation: Mathilde Pincus and Al Miller
Assistant to Mr. Prince: Ruth Mitchell; Assistant to the Producers: Jerry Sirchia and Sam Crothers; Press Representative: Mary Bryant; Dance Captain: Duane Bodin; Casting: Joanna Merlin; Advertising: The Entertainment Group of J.W.T.; Logo Design by Fraver
Opening Night Cast
Len Cariou Sweeney Todd
Angela Lansbury Mrs. Lovett
Victor Garber Anthony Hope
Ken Jennings Tobias Ragg
Merle Louise Beggar Woman
Edmund Lyndeck Judge Turpin
Sarah Rice Johanna
Joaquin Romaguera Pirelli
Jack Eric Williams The Beadle
Duane Bodin Member of The Company
Walter Charles Member of The Company
Carole Doscher Member of The Company
Nancy Eaton Member of The Company
Mary-Pat Green Member of The Company
Cris Groenendaal Member of The Company
Skip Harris Member of The Company
Marthe Ihde Member of The Company
Betsy Joslyn Member of The Company
Nancy Killmer Member of The Company
Frank Kopyc Member of The Company
Spain Logue Member of The Company
Craig Lucas Member of The Company
Pamela McLernon Member of The Company
Duane Morris Member of The Company
Robert Ousley Jonas Fogg
Member of The Company
Richard Warren Pugh Member of The Company
Maggie Task Member of The Company
Swings: Robert Hendersen, Heather B. Withers.
Understudies: Walter Charles (Sweeney Todd), Cris Groenendaal (Anthony Hope), Skip Harris (Tobias Ragg), Betsy Joslyn (Johanna), Frank Kopyc (Pirelli), Pamela McLernon (Beggar Woman), Robert Ousley (Judge Turpin), Richard Warren Pugh (The Beadle), Maggie Task (Mrs. Lovett).
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How many masked/facepaint wrestlers can you name?(the one with the most wins)?
Aldo Montoya (WWF) PJ Walker / Justin Credible
Arachnaman (WCW) Brad Armstrong
Arachnoids (WWF) The Headbangers
Assassin #1 Jody Hamilton
Avatar Al Snow
Avenger (Calgary) Owen Hart
Awesome Kong (GWF, USWA) Dwayne McCallaugh
Badstreet (WCW) Brad Armstrong
Battle Cat (WWF) Brady Boone
Beetlejuice (WCW) Art Barr
Big Machine (WWF) Blackjack Mulligan
Big Van Vader Leon White
Black Blood (WCW) Billy Jack Haynes
Black Knight (WWF) Jeff Gaylord
Black Knight and Red Knight Barry Horowitz and Steve Lombardi
Black Scorpion (NWA) The Angel of Death, Al Perez, and Ric Flair
Black Tiger (New Japan) Eddie Guerrero
Blackhearts (Calgary) Tom Nash and David Heath
Blue Blazer (WWF) Owen Hart
Blue Blazer (Mexico) Phil Lafond
Fake Blue Blazer (WWF) Steve Blackman, Koko B. Ware, Tom Pritchard
Blue Knight (WWF) Greg Valentine
The Bullet Bob Armstrong
Captain USA (World Class) Big John Studd
Checkmate (World Class) Les Thorton
Cheetah Kid Rocco Rock
Christmas Creature (USWA) Glen Jacobs
The Conquistadors (WWF) Jose Estrada and Jose Luis Rivera
The Conquistadors (WWF, 2000) Edge and Christian
The Conquistadors #2 (WWF, 2000) Matt and Jeff Hardy
Cobra (New Japan, WWF) George Takano
Cyberpunks (USWA) PG-13 (JC Ice and Wolfie D)
Dark Patriot (GWF, SMW) Doug Gilbert
Deadeye Dick (WCW) Randy Colley
Ding Dongs (NWA) Jim Evans and Richard Sartain
Dink (WWF) Tiger Jackson
Dirty Yellow Dog (Florida) Barry Windham
The Original Doink (WWF) Matt Borne
Doink II (WWF) Steve Kiern
Doink III (WWF) Steve Lombardi
Doink IV (WWF) Ray Apollo
Doink V (WWE) Nick Dinsmore
Doom (WCW) Butch Reed and Ron Simmons
Doomsday (USWA) Glen Jacobs
Dos Hombres I (WCW) Ricky Steamboat
Dos Hombre II (WCW) Brad Armstrong
Dos Hombre II (WCW) Tom Zenk
Dr. Death Steve Williams
Dr. Feel Good (Mid-South) Terry Taylor
Dr. X (WCW) Randy Colley
The Eagle (All-Japan) Jackie Fulton
El Gran Luchador (WWE) Paul London
El Samurai (New Japan) Osamu Matsuda
The Eliminators Perry Saturn and John Kronus
The Executioner (ICW) Randy Savage
The Executioners (WWWF) Killer Kowalski, John Studd, and Nikolai Volkoff
The Executioners (WWF) Duane Gill and Barry Hardy
The Falcon (All-Japan) Steve Armstrong
Fantasia (WCW) Brad Armstrong
Jimmy Jack Funk (WWF) Jesse Barr
Galaxians (Memphis) Dan Davis and Ken Wayne
Giant Machine (WWF) Andre The Giant
Gobbledygooker (WWF) Hector Guerrero
The Grappler (World Class, PNW) Len Denton
The Grapplers Len Denton and Tony Anthony
Great Wizard (WCW) Kevin Sullivan
Handsome Stranger (GWF) Buff Bagwell
The Halloween Phantom (WCW) Rick Rude
The Hood (PNW) Ricky Santana
The Hood (World Class) Jeff Gaylord
Hulk Machine (WWF) Hulk Hogan
Humongous (USWA) Randy Lewis
Juicer (WCW) Art Barr
Kane (WWF) Glen Jacobs
Kato (WWF) Paul Diamond
Kendo The Samurai (SMW) Tim Horner, Bobby Blayze, Brian Logan, and Scotty Riggs
Killer Bees (WWF) Brian Blair and Jim Brunzell
Masked Confusion (UWF) Brian Blair and Jim Brunzell
Kim Chee (WWF) Steve Lombardi
Kowabunga the Ninja Turtle (SMW) Mark Curtis
Kwang The Ninja (WWF) Savio Vega
Lazer Tron (NWA) Hector Guerrero
Leatherface (FMW) Mike Kirschner
Leatherface (USWA) Mike Samples
Leatherface (WING) Doug Gilbert
Lord Humongous (Continental) Sid Vicious
Lords Of Darkness (WWF) Duane Gill and Barry Hardy
Los Espelicitos (WCW) Ricky Santana and David Sierra
Mankind (WWF) Mick Foley
Fake Mankind (WWF) Dennis Knight
The Machine (WCW) Emory Hale
Masked Destroyer (Florida) Killer Kowalski
Masked Heel (WCW) Stevie Ray
Masked Haito (WCW) Paul Diamond
Masked Outlaw (NWA) Dory Funk Jr.
Masked Superstar Bill Eadie
Masked Superstar II (Mid-Atlantic) Big John Studd
Master Of Pain (Memphis) The Undertaker
Masters Of Terror (Memphis) Dan Davis and Ken Wayne
Max Moon (WWF) Konnan
Max Moon (WWF) Paul Diamond
Great Mephisto (Memphis) Romeo Rodriguez
Midnight Rider (NWA) Dusty Rhodes
Midnight Rider (GWF) Sam Houston
Minnesota Wrecking Crew II (WCW) Wayne Bloom and Mike Enos
Mr. America Hulk Hogan
Mr. JL (WCW) Jerry Lynn
Mr. Madness (WWF) Randy Savage
Mr. Olympia Jerry Stubbs
Mr. Wrestling Tim Woodin
Mr. Wrestling II Johnny Walker
Nightmares (Continental, Alabama) Dan Davis and Ken Wayne
The Outlaw Dory Funk Sr.
The Patriot (GWF, WCW, WWF) Del Wilkes
Pegasus Kid (New Japan) Chris Benoit
Phantom (WWF) David Heath / Gangrel
Prince Kharis (SMW) Rob Mayze
Psichosis (AAA, WCW) Dionico Castellanos
The Punisher (World Class) The Undertaker
Red Knight (WWF) Barry Horowitz
Red River Jack (World Class) Bruiser Brody
Repo Man (WWF) Barry Darsow
Rey Misterio Jr. Oscar Gonzalez
Russian Assassin #1 (NWA) Angel of Death
Russian Assassin #2 (NWA) Jack Victory
The Screaming Eagles (WCW) Michael Hayes and Jimmy Garvin
The Shadows (WWF) Randy Colley and Jose Luis Rivera
Shanghai Pierce (WCW) Mark Canterbury
Shinobi (WWF) Al Snow
The Spider Randy Savage
The Spider Lady (WWF) Fabulous Moolah
The Spiders (USWA, WWF) The Headbangers
The Spoiler Don Jardine
Stagger Lee Junkyard Dog, Koko B. Ware
Starblazer (NWA) Tim Horner
Starship Coyote Scott Hall
Starship Eagle Dan Spivey
The Super Assassins (WCW) The Warlord and Barbarian
The Super Destroyers (World Class) Bill and Scott Irwin
The Super Destroyers (GWF) Bill Irwin and Gary Young
Super Invader (WCW) Hercules
Super Machine (WWF) Bill Eadie
Super Olympia (Alabama) Arn Anderson
Super Shockmaster (WCW) Fred Ottman
Super Strong Machine (Japan) Junji Hirata
Super Vader (UWFi) Leon White
Super Zodiac #1 (World Class) Gary Young
Super Zodiac #2 (World Class) Mick Foley
Superfly (World Class) Kamala
Sweet Brown Sugar (World Class) Skip Young
Sweet Brown Sugar (Memphis) Koko B. Ware
Tennessee Stud (Memphis) Ron Fuller
The Terrorist (AWA) Brian Knobs
The Thunderfoots (NWA) Joel and Dave Deaton
Tiger Mask #1 Satoru Sayama
Tiger Mask #2 Mitsuharu Misawa
Tiger Mask #3 Koji Kanemoto
X (NWA TNA) Carl Oulette
Vader (WCW, WWF, Japan) Leon White
The Viper (GWF) Mike Davis
War Machine (NWA) Ray Traylor
Who (WWF) Jim Neidhart
Wild Pegasus (New Japan) Chris Benoit
Yellow Dog #1 (WCW) Brian Pillman
Yellow Dog #2 (WCW) Tom Zenk
Yeti The Mummy (WCW) Ron Reis
Masked Men Who Attacked Hulk Hogan In 1994
Pogo The Clown
The Great Muta
The Great Kabuki
~Ax / Smash / Crush~
~Mosh & Thrasher~
The Head Hunters
Insane Clown Posse
Legion of Doom
~Animal & Heidenreich~
Powers of Pain
~Warlord & Barbarian~
The Road Warriors
~Hawk & Animal~
Somoan Swat Team
~Fatu & Samu~
*Band Members are Gerard Arthur Way, Frank Anthony Iero Jr, Michael James Way, Robert (Bob) Nathaniel Corey Bryar, Raymond Manuel Toro-Ortiz.
* Bob is the only one from Chicago the rest are from New Jersey.
* Frank was born on Halloween and has a tattoo on his knuckles that sez halloween.
* Before mcr, frank was in 5 bands Pencey Prep and I Am A Graveyard, Hybrid, Give Up the Ghost & Sector 12.
* Frank has way too many tattoos.
* Gerard, Frank and Mikey are married.
* Gerard has made 2 comic books, his first one was On Raven's Wings and his latest is The Umbrella Academy.
* Frank went to Rutgers University but dropped out.
* Frank used to smoke marijuana
* Bob used to play in the band "The Used" as the sound technician
* Mikey way is NOT asthmatic although people still think he is. People usually bring inhalers for him to sign.
* Gerard's favourite animal is the Gazelle.
* Gerard is afraid of needles and cows
* Frank is Claustrophobic and is afraid of spiders
* Other than mcr, frank is in a band called Leahtermouth and has his own line of clothing called Skeleton Crew.
* Frank is a vegetarian
* Frank has 3 dogs
* I think all of them were bullied or ignored through high school
* Frank’s first tattoo is a Jack-O-Lantern which he got on his 18th birthday
* They have their own action Figures
* The song "Helena" was written about Gerard and Mikey's grandmothers death. Her name was Elena Lee Rush but since her friend called her Helen they joined it together to make "helena".
* Gerard played Peter Pan in the fourth grade.
* Gerard used to stalk Christina Ricci after finding out that she lived close by.
* Ray Toro is the most talented guitarist ever.
* Gerard drew/painted the cover of 2 albums; Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge and The Black Parade.
* When they painted the set for the music video "Vampires Will Never Hurt You" Frank and Gerard got sick from the paint.
*The original drummer's name is Matthew Pelissier, He drummed for their first two albums.
* On the I'm not okay video they spelt franks last name wrong on the credits
* Gerard used to work for Cartoon Network
* Gerard has a cartoon called The Breakfast Monkey
* Frank considers his Grandfather as a hero and he has a tattoo on his shoulder of him.
* Gerard and Frank usually kiss on stage to put off Homophobes.
* They are against Homophobia, Racism and Womanising.
* They are not gay or bi they are straight.
* They are NOT EMO!!
* Gerard considers their music as violent Pop
* Bob used to be obsessed with zebras.
* Frank went to a catholic school where he learned how to tie a tie
* Frank, Mikey, Gerard, Bob all smoke. (but most of them are trying to quit :P)
* Frank Started Playing in bands when he was 11
* Mikeys favourite food is sushi
* Ray loves chucks
* Ray had acne as a teenager which resolved him into putting girls make up on
* They bought the whole season of the twilight zone dvds for their first tour
* Bob is obsessed with mr bean and has all the seasons.
* Gerard loves Xmen. His favourite from the movie is Wolverine
* Gerards fave comic is The Doom Patrol and his least favourite superhero is speedball.
* They like Harry Potter
* Franks fave super hero is Batman
* Bobs fave super hero is The Incredible Hulk
* Frank suffered from ear infections and at one stage had Bronchitis. He's also has Epstein-Barr virus.
* Ray is Puerto Rican
* Gerard and mikey are half italian half scottish
* Gerards favourite band is Iron Maiden although he likes Misfits, Dresden Dolls and other punk bands. He even likes Tatu!!
* Gerard got sober on August 11th 2005
* Gerard has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts
* They all like to tour in Japan
* Marilyn manson accused mcr of copying his makeup style and called frank short :( This is not true except maybe frnak is a bit short xD
* Frank was too short to carry the coffin in the music video Helena
* Gerard has this weird thing where he brings feather boas to concerts and plays around with them
* Gerards pants fell down one time at a concert and blamed it on the womens cut
* Frank gets ill and sick easily because he has Epstein-Barr virus.
Are you serious you want me to say more because ive got loads more facts.
The History of Herpes - where did herpes come from?
The herpes virus has been around for a very long time, documented by the ancient Greeks as sores that seemed to 'creep' over the surface of the skin. In fact, the term "herpes" is derived from the Greek word meaning "to creep".
It is also evident that two thousand years ago, Roman Emperor Tiberius attempted to curb an epidemic of herpes labialis (mouth herpes) by outlawing kissing during public ceremonies and rituals.
The term herpes simplex was introduced in 1906 and included herpes labialis (cold sores) and herpes progenitalis (genital herpes) in the belief that both disorders were the same disease affecting different anatomic sites. Vidal (1873) first demonstrated herpes simplex to be infections caused by human inoculation.
The origin of herpes in human history is unknown. HSV-1 has probably been around as long as anyone could diagnose the distinctive fever blisters.
Studies of the elderly in Europe and the United States have shown that 90% have been exposed to the virus. The spread of HSV-1 has declined with the understanding that the herpetic sores shed the virus and that these can be spread with just a kiss. HSV-2 is primarily passed on by sexual contact between humans.
Herpetic whitlow is a herpes infection in the fingers which occurred in dental personnel before the era of mandatory glove use. Like herpetic lesions elsewhere on the body, the herpes outbreaks are often painful and at times disabling.
The herpes virus is related to viruses that cause chicken pox, shingles, infectious mononucleosis and Epstein-Barr. The Epstein-Barr Virus was discovered in 1964 by M. Anthony Epstein and co-workers in Burkitt's lymphoma cells.
However, it wasn't until 1968 that Gertrude and Werner Henle discovered it was actually a herpes virus and, after one of their lab technicians came down with mononucleosis, discovered its link with the herpes simplex virus.
Should you be suffering from fibromyalgia, there is no test that will diagnose it. Sometimes it is referred to as fibromyalgia syndrome because of the myriad of effects it produces. It may cause pain, stiffness, and tenderness of the muscles, tendons, and joints and is also characterized by restless sleep, awakening feeling tired, chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression. However, it may be worth your while to have your thyroid checked out. Whilst some of the symptoms that you mention are noted with fibromyalgia, all the symptoms that you describe are included in those of hyperthyroidism, even including vertigo. Fibromyalgia would not affect the Rheumatoid factor, which you state was slightly elevated. The normal range of RF in the blood is 1:20 to 1:80 titres, or 14units/mL to 60units/mL. Levels smaller than or within this range are considered "normal.” A high RF does not only indicate the possibility of rheumatoid arthritis –RA, the rheumatoid factor may also be elevated in people with lupus, Sjögren's syndrome, or people who suffer from infections such as hepatitis, mononucleosis and tuberculosis. Cancer patients may also test high for RF. However, as your RF level was, as you report, ‘slightly elevated’ these may not be related. So, it looks like another visit to your doctor and a possible test to exclude thyroid disease. As “remote diagnosis” is a very inexact science, composed mostly of “guesstimates,” I shall stop this discussion at this point, for without tests and examinations and a more detailed history, there is not much more that is capable of discussion. I wish you well.
(A quick edit to mention that Epstein refers to Epstein Barr Virus or EBV. which is a member of the herpesvirus family. The characteristic symptoms of infection with EBV include fever, fatigue, malaise, and sore throat.)
ALL ANSWERS SHOULD BE THOROUGHLY RESEARCHED, IN ANY FORUM AND ESPECIALLY IN THIS ONE. - MANY ANSWERS ARE FLAWED.
It is extremely important to obtain an accurate diagnosis before trying to find a cure. Many diseases and conditions share common symptoms.
The information provided here should not be used during any medical emergency or for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. A licensed physician should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical conditions.
Hope this helps
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Sacha Baron Cohen (screenplay) &
Anthony Hines (screenplay) &
Peter Baynham (screenplay) &
Dan Mazer (screenplay)
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Peter Baynham (story) &
Anthony Hines (story) &
Todd Phillips (story)
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Sacha Baron Cohen ... Borat Sagdiyev
Ken Davitian ... Azamat Bagatov
Luenell ... Luenell
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pamela Anderson ... Herself (uncredited)
Bob Barr ... Himself (uncredited)
Alan Keyes ... Himself (uncredited)
Jean-Pierre Parent ... Kazakh Swimmer (uncredited)
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Sacha Baron Cohen .... producer
Peter Baynham .... co-producer
Monica Levinson .... executive producer
Dan Mazer .... executive producer
Jay Roach .... producer
Which NFL draft players do you think are better: (10 PTS)?
I'll go with Ha Ha at safety
TE. Is a very close one but I say Ebron(Safari runs 4.5 forty at 270 pounds amazing)
QB Johnny Manziel all the way
WR Sammy Watkins is a beast
OLB I say Ryan Shazier his ability to move side line to side line and cover is amazing
DE Louis Nix III
My HM is CJ Mosley the best linebacker in the draft. And honestly I think 3 yrs from now he's going to be considered the best defensive player in this draft IMO.
He practices Judaism
He reads and follows the Kabbalah he is a Kabbalist
Just like most Madonna, Britney Spear,Roseanne Barr, Sandra Bernhard, Anthony Kiedis, Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, Mick Jagger, Jerry Hall, Lucy Liu, Pierre Lewis, Alex Rodriguez, Rosie O'Donnell, Naomi Campbell, Donna Karan, Elizabeth Taylor, Mischa Barton, etc...
Its not necessarily but there is good and bad in it just like all religions. Alot more are getting into it also like Drake , Lil Wayne, Rihanna
Anthony - your need to put your mind at ease and stop stressing
Do you have insurance? If not go to your ER and not for pain but to have them run tests on you - tell them you have intractable pain.
Carol is right - you need to see a Doctor but I would really consider getting another opinion just to help relieve your stress about this pain.
I would recommend seeing an Oncologist if at all possible - this is just my recommendation -
In the meantime you can go to mayoclinic.com and click on symptom checker - this may help now and in the future
Vinny Del Negro
Some virus naming questions... (NOT computer viruses!)?
* Ebola virus named after the Ebola River in Zaire where the first reported cases surfaced.
* Ljungan virus named after the Swedish river valley where virologist Bo Niklasson of Uppsala University discovered it in voles in 1999.
* Marburg virus named after Marburg city in Hesse, Germany, on the River Lahn.
* Coxsackie virus named after Coxsackie, New York, where scientist Gilbert Dalldorf had obtained some specimens in his research in 1940.
* Epstein-Barr Virus called Human herpesvirus 4 named after Yvonne Barr and Sir Anthony Epstein along with Bert Achong, in 1964
Who is Troy Davis and What was he fighting for? details please?
Troy Anthony Davis (October 9, 1968 – September 21, 2011) was an African American man convicted of and executed for the August 19, 1989, murder of police officer Mark MacPhail in Savannah, Georgia. MacPhail was working as a security guard at a Burger King restaurant when he intervened to defend a man being assaulted in a nearby parking lot. During Davis' 1991 trial, seven witnesses testified they had seen Davis shoot MacPhail, and two others testified that Davis had confessed the murder to them. Although the murder weapon was not recovered, ballistic evidence presented at trial linked bullets recovered at or near the scene to those at another shooting in which Davis was also charged. He was convicted of murder and various lesser charges, including the earlier shooting, and was sentenced to death in August 1991.
Davis pleaded not guilty at his trial and maintained his innocence until his execution. In the 20 years between his conviction and execution, Davis and his defenders secured support from the public, celebrities, and human rights groups. Amnesty International and other groups such as National Association for the Advancement of Colored People took up Davis's cause. Prominent politicians and leaders, including former President Jimmy Carter, Rev. Al Sharpton, Pope Benedict XVI, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, former U.S. Congressman from Georgia and presidential candidate Bob Barr, and former FBI Director and judge William S. Sessions called upon the courts to grant Davis a new trial or evidentiary hearing. In July 2007, September 2008, and October 2008, execution dates were scheduled, but each execution was stayed shortly before it was to take place.
In 2009, the Supreme Court of the United States ordered the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia to consider whether new evidence "that could not have been obtained at the time of trial clearly establishes [Davis'] innocence". The evidentiary hearing was held in June 2010. The defense presented affidavits from seven of the nine trial witnesses whose original testimony had identified Davis as the murderer, but who had changed or recanted their previous testimony. Some asserted they had been coerced by police. Several implicated one of the original prosecution witnesses, Sylvester "Redd" Coles, in the crime. The state presented witnesses, including the police investigators and original prosecutors, who described a careful investigation of the crime, without any coercion. Evidence that Coles had confessed to the killing was excluded as hearsay because Coles was not subpoenaed by the defense to rebut it. In an August 2010 decision, the conviction was upheld, and the court described defense efforts to upset the conviction as "largely smoke and mirrors", and found that several of the proffered affidavits were not recantations at all. Subsequent appeals, including to the Supreme Court, were rejected, and a fourth execution date was set for September 21, 2011. Nearly one million people signed petitions urging the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles to grant clemency. The Board denied clemency and, on September 21, it refused to reconsider its decision. After a last minute appeal to the United States Supreme Court was denied, the sentence was carried out on September 21, 2011.
The country of Origin for Mononucleosis cannot be traced that far back. However just so that you don't leave empty handed, the disease was discovered by a group of German Scientist back during the late 1880's. They named the disease "Glandular Fever" in response to the symptoms. The term "Mononucleosis" or rather "Infectious Mononucleosis" was coined in the year 1920. The actual virus responsible for the disease (which was not known at the time) was isolated in the year 1964 by a group of scientists (Michael Anthony Epstein, Yvonne Barr, & Bert Achong) who identified it as a "Herpesvirus". And finally in the year 1968 the link between the virus and the disease was identified when a "Lab Technician" supposedly contracted the disease while working with the virus.
Hope this helps.
1. Syphilis, or, the French Disease.
2. Great Pox was a name for syphilis. Small pox was a disease (eradicated 1979) caused by Variola major or V. minor. Chicken pox is a relatively mild childhood illness caused by Varicella zoster.
3. General paresis has one symptom in common with syphilis (psychotic episodes), but that's about it.
4. Epstein-Barr virus is named after M. Anthony Epstein and Yvonne Barr, who discovered and documented the virus.
5. Variola is Latin for pox. Varicella is little pox.
6. TPHA stands for Treponema pallidum hemagglutination assay.
7. FTA (Fluorescent Treponemal Antibody) - Abs (absorption).
8. Actually, condyl- comes from a Greek word for knuckle and -oma means a growth. So a condyloma is a growth that resembles a knuckle.
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
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SYMBOLISM / MOTIFS / IMAGERY / SYMBOLS
The Scarlet Letter abounds with symbolism, which Hawthorne uses to unify the novel and add a deeper level of meaning to the story.
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Which of the following have been implicated in human cancers?
* 1964: Anthony Epstein, Bert Achong and Yvonne Barr identify the first human cancer virus from Burkitt lymphoma cells. A herpesvirus, this virus is formally known as human herpesvirus 4 but more commonly called Epstein-Barr Virus or EBV. Achong, a Trinidadian of Ghanaian ancestry, is frequently forgotten for this work but was central to the electron microscopy that allowed detection.
* Retroviruses that cause tumor growth include Rous sarcoma virus and Mouse mammary tumor virus.
* It is thought that most of the people who come into contact with the hepadnavirus are able to clear the infection alone; however, there are some who cannot, and these patients progress to fulminant hepatitis. This condition causes severe liver damage and, in very rare cases, may also lead to primary hepatocellular carcinoma.
* A Papovavirus is any member of the former virus family of Papovaviridae. They are mainly associated with various neoplasms in mammals.
Answer: e. all the above.
that big hit was overrated. hes just the dumb monkey who bought into the hype espn made it into. if anyone surmises the fact that a prospect should sit out a year due to injury and people agree (and he agrees) means that he isnt that great. if it were almost any other player, they would try to justify it and build off it to get better. football players shouldnt think about getting injured... thats how it happens.
WHAT ARE SOME REALLY GOOD BOOKS............I READ A LOT SO THERE ISN'T REALLY ANYTHING I HAVEN'T READ?
You don't specify a genre, so I'll give you a few of my favorite authors and books.
Jim Butcher (Dresden File series)
Diane Duane (so you want to be a wizard series)
Angie Sage (Septimus Heap series)
and of course Stephen King and Dean Koontz
Nonfiction: The Indianapolis
The Murder of Tutankhamen
Just to name a few off the top of my head. :)
Sorry, I don't think you'll find that any of his other novels live up to The Prisoner of Zenda. The prequel The Heart of Princess Osra is really a collection of linked short stories, interesting only for the background they give to the other two Zenda novels you have already read.
You might want to dabble in books written by some of his imitators. Probably the best are the Graustark novels of George Barr McCutcheon, set in the Ruritania-like fictional country of Graustark. Novels of royal intrigue and romance, like Prisoner, they were bestsellers in the early 1900s. The first four are available online through Gutenberg, but you can also find them in used/rare bookstores: Graustark (1901), Beverly of Graustark (1904), Truxton King (1909), and The Prince of Graustark (1914). There are over 800 copies of one or the other of these available from dealers listed in abebooks.com, with prices ranging from $1.00 to $1000.00, the latter of which is a first edition with two letters from the author included.
When I was reading such books a good many years ago, I preferred The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy (sp?), and as I remember there are quite a few sequels to that one.
Wish I could be more helpful. Good luck!
Since we all know Oakland is going 4-12 this year...?
The Raiders might have to play worse than 4-12 to guarantee tham a shot @ taking Clowney though if they're in a position to do it, they definitely should, the Raiders gave up 27.7 points per game on defense last year & don't look to be much better this year. If Clowney is off the board & still want to go DE, Anthony Barr from UCLA, or Aaron Lynch from South Florida would make a good choice or they could go DT & take Louis Nix III from Notre Dame
SAS Institute Inc., headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, USA, has been a major producer of software since it was founded in 1976 by Anthony Barr, James Goodnight, John Sall and Jane Helwig. SAS was originally an acronym for Statistical Analysis System but for many years has been used as an arbitrary tradename (for which the company has received trademark protection in the US and abroad) to refer to the company as a whole, its products having long since broadened beyond the statistical analysis sphere.
Its main and original product was the SAS software package used in statistical analysis, consisting of numerous modules which ran on IBM mainframe computers. In addition to the usual mainframe practice of writing and submitting programs in batch, SAS offered the option, somewhat novel at the time, of a windowed programming environment, where the program being written or edited appeared in one window, the program output appeared in another window, and the program log appeared in a third window.
Also A specialist regiment of the British army that is trained in commando techniques of warfare and used in clandestine operations (especially against terrorist groups) - Special Air Service
Davis is presenting a free-standing innocence claim and that no court has yet held an evidentiary hearing on the exculpatory evidence of recanted testimony.
With these prominent politicians and leaders, including President Jimmy Carter, Pope Benedict XVI, Nobel laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Presidential candidate Bob Barr, and former FBI Director and judge William S. Sessions have called upon the courts to grant Davis a new trial or evidentiary hearing.
I believe that he will be granted a new trial as it was witness testimony that got him convicted and since the trial 7 of the 11 have recanted their testimony so I do not believe he will be executed
In your opinion who will the first 5 five picks in the NFL Draft be?
1. QB Johnny Manziel (Houston Texans)
2 OT Greg Robinson (St. Louis rams)
3. QB Teddy Bridgewater (Jacksonville Jaguars)
4 QB Blake Bortles (Cleveland Browns)
5 DE Jadevon Clowney (Oakland raiders)
6. OT jake Matthews (falcons)
7 OLB Anthony Barr (Buccaneers)
8 QB Derek Carr (Vikings)
9 ILB CJ Mosley (Bills)
10. WR Sammy Watkins (Lions)
11 OLB Ryan Shaizer (Titans)
12. DE Kony Ealy (Giants)
13 FS Hasean Clinton-Dix (Rams)
14 DT Louis Nix III (Bears)
15 CB Darqueze Dennard (Steelers)
16 WR Mike Evans (ravens)
17.CB Justin Gilbert (Cowboys)
18. WR Marquise Lee (Jets)
19. Taylor Lewan (dolphins)
20 OT Cyrus Kouandigo (cardinals)
21 CB Bradley Roby (Packers)
22 Calvin Pryor (Eagles)
23. TE Eric Eborn (Cheifs)
24 CB Jason Verrett (Bengals)
25 OT Zack Martin (chargers)
26 Allen Robinson (Browns)
27 FS Ed Reynolds (Saints)
28 WR Odelle Beckham Jr. (panthers)
29. TE Austin Serfrain-Jenkins (patriots)
30 OLB Kyle Van Noy (49ers)
31. CB Kyle Fuller (Broncos)
32. OT Antonio Richardson (Seattle)
You said only 5 but I just did it all lol
Personally, I do not believe that the Houston Texans should take a quarterback in next spring's NFL Draft. I think Case Keenum will do just fine. The Texans should select either Jadeveon Clowney or Anthony Barr, to complement J.J. Watt, and make their defense even stronger.
Defensive line is the Cowboys biggest weakness right now, signing Melton and Anthony Spencer helps a little bit in that regard. There are 2 players that I really want Dallas to draft, Aaron Donald is my favorite player in this entire draft. His sheer athleticism will surely revamp the Cowboys piss poor D-line performance. Anthony Barr is another really good pass rusher that Dallas should be looking into.
Definitions of epstein barr on the Web:
(noun) : a herpesvirus that causes infectious mononucleosis and is associated with Burkitt's lymphoma and nasopharyngeal carcinoma -- called also EB virus Epstein, Michael Anthony (b. 1921) and Barr, YM (fl. 1964), British virologists.
The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), also called Human herpesvirus 4 (HHV-4), is a virus of the herpes family (which includes Herpes simplex virus and Cytomegalovirus), and one of the most common viruses in humans. Most people become infected at one point with EBV, which is often harmless. It is named after M.A. Epstein and Y.M. Barr, who, along with B.G. Achong, discovered the virus in 1964.
Individuals with EBV infections typically show some elevation in the white blood cell count and a noticeable increase in lymphocytes—white blood cells associated with the immune response of the body. IM is a time-limited infection that usually lasts from one to two months. Symptoms include fever, malaise, sore throat, swollen glands and (sometimes) swollen spleen and/or liver. EBV infections that lead to Burkitt's lymphoma in Africa typically affect the jaw and mouth area, while the (very rare) incidences of Burkitt's lymphoma found in developed countries are more apt to manifest tumors in the abdominal region. Nasopharyngeal cancer is uncommon in the West but more prevalent in the Far East. It affects more men than women, and usually occurs between the ages of 40 and 50 years.
If you're a team in need of an OLB, would you take Anthony Barr or Khalil Mack?
I've only seen them play a handful of games each, probably not enough to fully evaluate them but I would chose Mack based on what I've seen. Mack seems like the better pure pass rusher. Barr seems like more of like a super athletic guy who isn't refined in the techniques of getting to the QB. He also engages with linemen much more than you'd like, much more than Mack does. Though, you could probably make these same observations about Clowney which is part of the intrigue of this process. Take the player with the higher ceiling and has more to work with(Barr) or take the guy who is more technically sound but might not have the same potential as the other guys(Mack).
Does UCLA's freshmen tailback Anthony Barr have the potential to become the next Brandon Jacobs?
That depends. Does Anthony Barr want to be a backup in the NFL and only get 5-10 carries a game like BJ? Does Barr want to throw a hissy fit and throw his helmet into the stands? He could be a good RB but if UCLA doesn't get their name into the top 25 over his years in college football, no one will care what he's doing unless he puts up some great numbers.