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Animal Farm (1999 film)

Animal Farm is a made-for-TV film released in 1999 by Hallmark Films and broadcast on the American cable channel TNT. It is an adaptation of the 1945 George Orwell novel of the same name. The film tells the story of farm animals successfully revolting against their human owner, only to slide into a more brutal tyranny among themselves. The film received mixed reviews when it was broadcast, with much criticism directed at its ending, in which the animals overthrow their own regime, as opposed to the novel’s ending, which shows that the animals had so taken on the traits of their former human oppressors so thoroughly, that it was nearly impossible to tell which was which when both sides confronted each other.

As a bleak, dark scene unfolds, animals are seen struggling through the mud as Jessie (Julia Ormond), a old, nearly blind Border Collie (the narrator) reflects on the events that led them to their current situation. The film flashes back years earlier.

As the alcoholic and abusive farmer, Mr. Jones (Pete Postlethwaite), struggles with debt to neighbor farmer Mr. Pilkington, Old Major (Peter Ustinov), the oldest pig at Manor Farm, holds a meeting with the animals in the barn. Old Major tells the animals that mankind is their enemy, for they serve and provide for mankind without reward. Old Major teaches the animals the song, “Beasts of the World,” which proclaims that animals must overthrow man in order to be free and equal. The meeting is interrupted when Jones stumbles outside the barn and accidentally fires his gun, killing Old Major. When Jones neglects to feed the animals, Boxer (Paul Scofield), the work horse, leads the animals to the food shed, and the pigs lead a revolution against Jones, his wife, and the farm workers, forcing them off the property.

Under the rule of animals, Manor Farm is renamed Animal Farm by Snowball (Kelsey Grammer), a pig who has learned to read and write. Snowball paints on the barn doors what he calls the seven commandments of Animalism, which, in accordance with Old Major’s views, forbid animals from behaving like humans or killing other animals. The final commandment reads, “All animals are equal.” Snowball teaches the animals to chant, “Four legs good, two legs bad” and also reveals the “Hoof and Horn,” a flag that represents Animal Farm. Napoleon (Patrick Stewart), another pig, declares that the farmhouse is to be preserved as a museum, and the three pigs (Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer (Ian Holm) oversee the farm’s operation. Napoleon also takes Jessie’s puppies from her, claiming that it is best for them to receive an education from him. Snowball, when questioned by the farm animals, confesses that he and the other pigs have taken the farm’s milk and apples for themselves. Squealer explains that the pigs’ well-being takes priority because they are the brains of the farm. Jessie is the only one unconvinced.

Having learned that Jones has lost control of his farm, Pilkington leads an invasion into Animal Farm with other local farm workers. Snowball has planned for such an invasion and leads the animals to victory, causing the humans to retreat. In his defeat, Pilkington considers working with the animals instead.

Snowball proposes that the animals build a windmill to improve their operations, but Napoleon opposes the plan. When the animals show support for Snowball, Napoleon calls Jessie’s puppies, now grown dogs trained as his private army, to chase Snowball out of Animal Farm and leaving his fate unknown. Napoleon declares Snowball a “traitor and a criminal,” and Squealer claims that the windmill was Napoleon’s plan all along (leaving the animals unaware that Napoleon and Squealer are evil and they are the real traitors). Napoleon declares the pigs will now “decide all aspects of the farm.” When Pilkington begins to trade with the pigs, Boxer remembers Old Major mentioning that animals were not to engage in trade. Napoleon explains that “Animal Farm cannot exist in isolation.” Napoleon has the skull of Old Major placed in front of the barn to oversee the farm’s progress, and has a statue of himself erected nearby. Jessie confesses to the other animals that she witnessed the pigs living in the house and sleeping in the beds. Squealer explains that no commandment has been broken. He had, in fact, altered the commandment, ‘No animal shall sleep in a bed’ to, ‘No animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets.’

Jones and his wife sabotage Animal Farm by blowing up the almost-complete windmill with dynamite. Napoleon frames Snowball for the sabotage, and the windmill’s reconstruction begins under strict supervision by Napoleon’s army, the Animal Guard. Squealer announces that “Beasts of the World” no longer has meaning since Animal Farm’s establishment, and he replaces it with a new song called “Glorious Leader, Napoleon.” The pigs consume more food, leaving the other animals with little to eat. Napoleon declares that Snowball is causing the food shortage and that the hens will have to surrender their eggs to the market. When the hens oppose, Napoleon declares that the hens are all criminals and that no food will be given to them. The pigs produce propaganda films using Jones’ filming equipment. While celebrating Napoleon as a leader, the films show the deaths of animals that have broken Napoleon’s rules. It is revealed that the commandment, “No animal shall kill any other animal” has been changed to, ‘No animal shall kill any other animal without cause.” The commandment, “No animal shall drink alcohol,” is also changed to, “No animal shall drink alcohol to excess,” after the pigs begin to buy whiskey from Pilkington.

After Boxer collapses from being overworked, Squealer informs Jessie that Napoleon will be sending Boxer to the hospital. Benjamin notices that the van that comes for Boxer is marked with the words “Horse Slaughterer,” but Boxer is taken to his death before the other animals can intervene. As Jessie and Benjamin plan to flee from Animal Farm, Napoleon is paid for selling Boxer to the glue factory, and Squealer’s latest propaganda film assures the animals that the van was from the hospital, but had been previously been the property of a horse slaughterer. Pilkington and his wife dine with the pigs in the farmhouse, where Napoleon announces that the farm’s name will revert to Manor Farm. Watching through a warped glass window, Jessie sees the faces of Pilkington and Napoleon distorted in such a way that she can’t tell the difference between them. Muriel and Benjamin notice that the commandment “All animals are equal” has been extended to include, “but some animals are more equal than others.” As Jessie, Benjamin, and Muriel escape the farm with a small group of animals, a propaganda film displays a performance of a new song dedicated to Napoleon. The performance features Napoleon wearing clothes and standing on two legs, as the Animal Guard chants, “Four legs good, two legs better!” The performance ends with a speech from Napoleon, who announces plans to make weapons and build walls to preserve the farm. He declares the revolution over and announces, “All animals are now free!”

The film returns to the present, after Napoleon’s dictatorship has collapsed and the farm has fallen in ruins. Jessie finds several of her puppies in the abandoned ruins of the farm who all recognize their mother and she knew that Napoleon is dead (what happened to Squealer and the other animals is unknown). The farm is bought by a new family (though what became of Mr. Jones and his wife is also unknown), and Jessie vows that the animals will “not allow them to make the same mistakes.” She says that they will work together to rebuild the farm (presumably have to work with the new farm family) now that they are finally free.

Filming began on August 25

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, the film was not delivered to TNT and Hallmark Entertainment until June 1999.

Fourteen animals were built to represent the animals of Animal Farm at Jim Henson’s Creature Shop in London: four pigs (Old Major, Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer), two horses (Boxer and Mollie), a sheepdog (Jessie), a donkey (Benjamin), a raven (Moses), a goat (Muriel), a sheep, a rat, a chicken, and a duck.

Ten dogs were cast into the film from Fircroft Kennels. Their Border Collie, Spice, played the role of Jessie.

In early screenplays done by Martyn Burke for this film, Jessie was set to be a male character, rather than a female.

The film received mixed reviews. It currently holds a 40% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It was criticized for its loose adaptation of the book, its simplicity and lack of subtlety, and for being too dark and political for children while being too familiar and simplistic for adults.

Lamus (see)

Lamus was a city and an episcopal see in the Roman province of Isauria. The see is included in the Catholic Church’s list of titular sees. The harbour of the city was at the town of Charadros (the Latin form of which is Charadrus), a name that has also been used for the see.

The city of Lamus was situated on the double summit of a high hill overlooking the modern village of Adanda and about 600 metres (2,000&nbsp

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. The ruins include a gate, adorned with an inscription dedicated to Gallienus (emperor from 253 to 260) and a relief of an eagle above an ox’s head, and a temple of Vespasian and his son Titus.

There are scarcely any ancient remains of the harbour town of Charadros, now Kalediran.

In his Oriens Christianus, Michel Lequien mentions the ecclesia Lami et Charadri (church of Lamus and Charadrus), giving the names of two of its bishops:

Titular Bishops of Charadrus

Titular Bishops of Lamus

Hannu Mikkola

Hannu Mikkola né le 24 mai 1942 à Joensuu, est un ancien pilote de rallye finlandais.

Il fait ses débuts en compétition en 1963 et participe au championnat du monde des rallyes dès sa création en 1973.

Vainqueur de 18 rallyes en mondial, il fut champion du monde en 1983.

Vainqueur du célèbre marathon Londres / Mexico en 1970 sur Ford Escort, il fut également le premier européen à remporter l’East African Safari du Kenya en 1972 (alors au calendrier de la Coupe Internationale des Marques). Avec le français Jean-Pierre Nicolas, il est le seul pilote à avoir remporté les trois manches africaines proposées par le WRC : Maroc

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, Kenya et Côte d’Ivoire.

La carrière en rallye de Mikkola dure 31 ans. Elle commence en 1963, mais sa période la plus réussie est au cours des années 1970 et 1980.

Dans les années 1970, Mikkola est un précurseur lors de nombreux événements internationaux; il conduit habituellement une Ford Escort. Vainqueur sur ce modèle de véhicule en 1970 du célèbre Marathon Londres – Mexico (sur 1850 GT avec Gunnar Palm)

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, en 1972 de l’East African Safari au Kenya (sur RS1600 en CIM – Coupe Internationale des Marques), et en 1973 du Rallye de Nouvelle-Zélande (sur RS1600 avec Jim Porter, première de ses deux victoires dans cette épreuve, mais alors hors du championnat mondial).

Mikkola est rejoint par son copilote suédois Arne Hertz en 1977. Le partenariat Mikkola / Hertz dure treize années jusqu’à la fin de la saison 1990.

Ils remportent le championnat britannique en 1978 sur une Ford Escort RS1800

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En 1979, pour la création du titre pilote en championnat du monde des rallyes, il est un très sérieux prétendant au titre, devant finalement s’incliner pour un seul point derrière le champion Björn Waldegård Gold Bracelet. La saison suivante il termine de nouveau vice-champion, mais cette fois-ci il s’incline plus largement devant le nouveau champion Walter Röhrl.

Mikkola change d’équipe pour la saison 1981 et passe chez Audi pour conduire la révolutionnaire Audi Quattro à quatre roues motrices. Ce partenariat est un succès dès le début de la saison sur le Rallye Monte-Carlo: il mène l’épreuve jusqu’à ce qu’un accident le mette hors de course. Partie remise, il remporte la manche suivante le Rallye de Suède de façon convaincante, mais la Quattro a des problèmes de fiabilité et malgré une autre victoire sur le RAC Rally, Mikkola termine seulement troisième du championnat des conducteurs. L’année suivante il remporte le rallye des 1000 Lacs, mais il n’améliore pas sa position au classement final du championnat, de nouveau troisième derrière l’Opel de Walter Röhrl et sa coéquipière Michèle Mouton.

La saison 1983 est l’année de la consécration de H.Mikkola. Avec ses quatre victoires et trois secondes places, lui et Arne Hertz sont enfin devenus champions du monde. À plus de 41 ans il devient le plus âgé des champions planétaires de rallyes, record toujours en sa possession. Il perd son titre la saison suivante en s’inclinant derrière son coéquipier Stig Blomqvist.

En 1985 il va concourir dans seulement quatre rallyes du mondial. Avec trois abandons et une quatrième place il glisse au 22e rang du classement génaral final du championnat. L’équipe Audi est dépassée par la nouvelle concurrence des Peugeot et Lancia dans le groupe B. Mikkola reste avec Audi jusqu’à la saison 1987, année où il remporte le Safari Rally dans un Groupe A avec l’Audi 200 Quattro.

À partir de la saison 1988 il passe dans l’équipe Mazda. Il y reste jusqu’à sa demi-retraite en 1991.

Il continue alors à faire quelques apparitions sporadiques sur les rallyes internationaux, avant un départ définitif en 1993.

(nb: il participe aussi à la victoire de Ford dans les Championnat d’Europe des marques 1968 (victoire personnelle au 1000 lacs) et 1969 (victoires personnelles à l’alpin d’Autriche et au 1000 lacs), et termine également 3e de la Cup for Rally Drivers anglaise en 1978, ainsi que du championnet d’Afrique en 1984)

La Ford Escort 1970 du London to Mexico World Cup Rally marathon.

Arrière du même véhicule Ford prototype.

L’Audi Quattro d’Hannu Mikkola, vainqueur en 1981 au RAC Rally

l’Audi Quattro S1 utilisé par Hannu Mikkola à tester pour le Rallye des 1000 Lacs 1985

L’Audi Quattro S1 de 1986 conduite par Mikkola, lors du Rallye Monte-Carlo.

Flow Moss railway station

Flow Moss was a short-lived, original railway station on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway south of Astley village in what was then the county of Lancashire, England.

This station’s exact location station is difficult to establish because after it closed in 1842 a second station, named Flow Moss Cottage was opened around 1844. Sources are sometimes self-contradictory about which station is which and other times silent

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. The water is muddied still further by Butt’s bare statement that Flow Moss Cottage was simply renamed “Astley” implying no change of location.
Flow Moss Cottage’s location is clear, as it appears on the OS map surveyed in 1844 and published in 1848. Astley station also appears on the adjacent map some distance to the east, casting doubt on the idea of simple renaming without relocating.
There is no trace of Flow Moss Cottage on the 1888 OS map. No station or other lineside structure named simply “Flow Moss” appears on either the 1848 or the 1888 map, though on the 1848 map the geographical feature “Flow Moss” is prominently labelled immediately north of Flow Moss Cottage.
One source, writing with local knowledge but over a century later, places “Flow Moss” station between Flow Moss Cottage and Astley station, where Borron’s Tramway met the Liverpool and Manchester line at right angles. This meeting point is readily identifiable at the extreme right of the 1848 OS map, but it gives no hint of any structure there

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, in use or otherwise. It can readily be seen that the meeting point had evolved by 1888 to a roadway or track running adjacent to the south side of the Liverpool and Manchester line eastwards to Astley station.
The station was in the general area of Chat Moss which was then very sparsely populated. It remained sparsely populated in 2015. A narrow gauge tramway can be seen on the 1848 map running north north west from the oxbow curve at Sandy Warps on the River Mersey Bogner UK, terminating at Flow Moss as described above. This tramway was part of an early scheme to bring in first Marl, then later manure and human excrement to “improve” the Moss. Later schemes greatly expanded this enterprise, which had the intended effect of turning land from unproductive to very fertile kelme sneakers.
As well as the substantial tramways referred to above, two much smaller concerns straddled the Flow Moss stations’ sites from the 1880s. These can be clearly seen on the 1888 map overlay, running northeast and southeast from sidings immediately east of Glazebury station, with the British Moss Litter Works being prominent. These minor lines, which among other things used Salford’s night soil as opposed to Manchester’s which was used by their larger neighbours, are described on pages 6 and 7 of The Narrow Gauge Railway Society’s magazine “The Narrow Gauge” Volume NG93.
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Jack Gets in the Game

Fajer Al-Kaisi as Hot Dog Vendor Will Arnett as Devon Banks Kevin Brown as Dot Com Slattery Grizz Chapman as Gris Griswold Matt Lauria as Winthrop Chris Parnell as Dr

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“Jack Gets in the Game” is the second episode of NBC’s second season of 30 Rock and twenty-third episode overall. It was written by Jon Pollack and directed by one of the season’s producers, Don Scardino. It first aired on November 8, 2007 in the United States. Guest stars in this episode include Fajer Al-Kaisi, Will Arnett, Kevin Brown, Grizz Chapman, Erin Hilgartner, Marceline Hugot, Matt Lauria, Jean Morgan, Chris Parnell, Sherri Shepherd and Rip Torn.
In this episode, Devon Banks (Will Arnett) finds out that Jack had a heart attack, which occurred in “Hiatus”, and decides to use this to his advantage; Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) is still trying to fix his marriage to Angie Jordan (Sherri Shepherd); and Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski) begins to see the positive side of being overweight. This episode received generally positive reviews.

Jack realizes that his boss Don Geiss (Rip Torn) is hinting that he will retire and believes that he, Jack, is a definite candidate to take over Don’s job cheap bogner, as the CEO of General Electric. Jack’s only other opposition is Devon, who has returned from the west coast, only now with a fiancée who happens to be Kathy Geiss (Marceline Hugot), Don’s daughter. Upon returning, Devon, who is secretly gay, finds out from Kenneth Parcell (Jack McBrayer) about Jack’s secret heart attack. At a gathering at Don’s house, the pair face off against one another during a game of football.
Tracy is still struggling with his marriage to Angie, who had thrown him out of their family home. Later in this episode, the pair reconcile, but only if Tracy allows for Angie to follow him to make sure that he isn’t having an affair.
Jenna becomes attached to her newly gained fat when a mishap during a sketch, on TGS with Tracy Jordan, brings her large amounts of attention from the public. Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) is still re-adjusting to life outside of a relationship.
Chris Parnell, who played Dr. Leo Spaceman in this episode, has appeared in the main cast of Saturday Night Live, a weekly sketch comedy series which airs on NBC in the United States. Tina Fey was the head writer on Saturday Night Live from 1999 until 2006. Various other cast members of Saturday Night Live have appeared on 30 Rock. These cast members include: Rachel Dratch, Fred Armisen, Kristen Wiig, Will Forte, Jason Sudeikis and Molly Shannon. Tina Fey and Tracy Morgan have both been part of the main cast of Saturday Night Live. Alec Baldwin has also hosted Saturday Night Live thirteen times, the second highest number of episodes of any host of the series.
The “Me Want Food” t-shirts which Jenna and Liz see in the NBC store, at Rockefeller Center, were made available from the NBC Universal website shortly after the episode aired. Shortly after the episode “MILF Island” aired, similar t-shirts were manufactured, featuring the MILF Island logo.
“Jack Gets in the Game” brought in an average of 6.6 million American viewers. This episode achieved a 3.0/8 in the key 18–49 demographic, a series high in that category. The 3.0 refers to 3.0% of all 18- to 49-year-olds in the U.S. and the 8 refers to 8% of all 18- to 49-year-olds watching television at the time of the broadcast, in the U.S

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. This episode was the highest-rated program, in its timeslot, among the men 18–34 demographic.
Robert Canning of IGN thought that this was a “solid episode”, and that Will Arnett’s character “was even more entertaining in this episode” compared to his appearance in the episode “Fireworks”. He added that “there was little to complain about”, and rated it 8.9 out of 10. Matt Webb Mitovich of TV Guide said that he “preferred this episode of 30 Rock” compared to the previous episode, “SeinfeldVision”. Jeff Labrecque of Entertainment Weekly asked his readers “do you feel like Liz Lemon took a back seat, and if so, did you mind?”, adding that “[Alec] Baldwin and [Tracy] Morgan get the laughs, but like the Tracy Jordan Meat Machine [from “The Rural Juror”], 30 Rock requires three distinct flavors. Don’t be afraid to sprinkle in the Lemon.”
For their work in this episode, Arnett and Rip Torn were nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series.

Just Dance 2

Just Dance 2 is a music game developed and published by Ubisoft Paris and Ubisoft Milan for the Wii. It is the sequel to Just Dance. It was released in North America on October 12, 2010 and in Australia and Europe on October 14, 2010. The Best Buy Edition was released in North America on November 21, 2010. There are 44 new tracks and new modes. A sequel, Just Dance 3

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The concept of the game is the same as the original Just Dance. Requiring only one Wii Remote per player, up to four people can play at a time, as they follow on-screen choreographed moves set to classic dance tracks. There are four new dance modes. In “Just Dance Mode”, players can get together and dance for as long as they want, just for the fun of it. Other options include “Non-Stop Shuffle” for nonstop gameplay, and “Medleys”, sequences made of parts from five songs. The second new mode, “Duets”, lets players dance together, and in the process forces them to pay more attention to the players around them instead of simply following on-screen prompts. “Dance Battle Mode” is a team mode that features up to 8-player support. The individual scores are the basis of the overall team scores. Lastly is “Just Sweat Mode”, which is an exercise mode that allows players to measure the energy they expend while dancing as well as set objectives to be met during their dance sessions. The “Shake” move from the original game is not continued for this version and onward, being replaced with Gold Moves (which gives extra points if gotten right). Also, unlike the “Shake” feature, Gold Moves are present in every song.[citation needed]
The game contains 47 music tracks, and additional downloadable content (DLC).[citation needed]
The game received “Mixed or average” reviews, according to video game review score aggregator Metacritic. Just Dance 2 has been a huge commercial success for Ubisoft, which has sold 6 million copies worldwide and has sold over 2 million copies in just the United States alone, becoming the highest selling third party game on the Wii.[citation needed]

Akala (rapper)

Kingslee James Daley (born 1 December 1983), better known by the stage name Akala, is an English rapper, poet and academic. Originally from Kentish Town, London, his older sister is rapper/vocalist Ms. Dynamite. In 2006, he was voted the Best Hip Hop Act at the MOBO Awards.

Daley chose the stagename Akala because it is a Buddhist term for “Immovable”, and started releasing music in 2003 from his own independent music label Illa State Records. He released his first mixtape, entitled The War Mixtape, in 2004. In 2006 he released his first album – It’s Not a Rumour. This proved to be his breakthrough album, containing the single “Shakespeare” – a reference to his self-proclaimed title “The Black Shakespeare” – which made the BBC Radio 1 playlist. His work was recognised with the MOBO Award for Best Hip Hop Act. Additionally in 2006, a mixtape entitled A Little Darker was released under the name “Illa State”, featuring Akala and his sister Ms. Dynamite, as well as cameo appearances by many other artists. Akala appeared for a live session on BBC Radio 1Xtra where he was challenged to come up with a rap containing as many Shakespeare play titles as he could manage. Akala wrote and performed a minute-long rap containing 27 different Shakespeare play titles in under half an hour. He later recorded these lyrics in the studio and turned it into the single “Comedy Tragedy History”. In 2007 Akala followed up his breakthrough album with his Freedom Lasso album, containing the “Comedy Tragedy History” track. 2008 saw The War Mixtape Vol. 2 released along with an EP of acoustic remixes.
Akala’s third album “Doublethink” was released in 2010, and holds a strong theme of George Orwell’s popular novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. Doublethink contained tracks such as “Find No Enemy” and “Yours and My Children” detailing some of the sights he saw on his trip to Brazil. In November 2010, Akala headlined a live performance at the British Library, to launch the Evolving English exhibition and featured performances by the British poet Zena Edwards, comedian Doc Brown and British rapper/activist Lowkey. The live event also included Akala taking part in a hip-hop panel discussion alongside Saul Williams, U.S professor MK Asante and Lowkey. Akala appeared on Charlie Sloth’s show on Radio 1Xtra on 18 July 2011, performing a “Fire in the Booth”, and after the great reception it received (over 2,000,000 hits on YouTube), he returned again in May 2012 and provided “Part 2”. In May 2012 Akala released a two-part mixtape, Knowledge Is Power, containing his first “Fire in the Booth”, and followed that up with a promotional tour in the autumn of 2012 kelme soccer shoes. In March 2013 Akala announced via his social media feeds that his fourth album The Thieves Banquet will be released in May 2013, pushing back the future EP The Ruin of Empires to later in 2013.
Akala’s fourth album, The Thieves Banquet, was released on 27 May 2013, including the songs “Malcolm Said It”, “Maangamizi” and “Lose Myself” (feat. Josh Osho).
In 2007 Akala was the first hip hop artist to perform his own headline concert in Vietnam.
He has performed at U.K festivals: V Festival, Wireless, Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds Festivals, Parklife, Secret Garden Party and Isle of Wight and supported artists such as Christina Aguilera, MIA, Richard Ashcroft, Audiobullys, DJ Shadow, The Gotan Project and Scratch Perverts on their U.K/European tours.
In 2008, Akala featured at the South by Southwest Music festival in Texas, as well as performances in New York, Los Angeles and in Brazil.
In 2010, Akala toured the U.K with Nas and Damian Marley Distant Relatives tour, which included the British rapper Ty. In November 2010, he also embarked on his own headline tour of the U.K (20 dates).
He was present at One Love:No Borders Hip Hop event held in Birmingham, England, in April 2011, with Iron Braydz from London, Lowkey, Logic and other up-and-coming U

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In August 2012, Akala performed at Outlook Festival and in November 2012, he performed at the second edition of NH7 Weekender music festival in Pune, India.

Ted Dushinski

Ted J. Dushinski (November 10, 1943 – October 25, 2005) was a former defensive back for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League.

Ted Dushinski was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1943. Dushinski loved hockey when younger, playing junior hockey with the Saskatoon Quakers as a young boy. He continued playing senior hockey during the off-season even after joining a pro football team

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, only stopping when football coach Eagle Keys requested it in case of injury.
Dushinski played junior football with the Saskatoon Hilltops before joining the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 1965.
Dushinski played eleven seasons with the team, helping them to victory in their first ever Grey Cup win in 1966 over the Ottawa Rough Riders by a score of 29-14. He also played in the 55th Grey Cup of 1967 and the 57th Grey Cup of 1969, losses to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Ottawa, respectively. Dushinski was elected to the All Star Team in 1972. Leaving the Saskatchewan team after eleven seasons, he joined the BC Lions from 1976 to 1977.
He decided to retire after the ’77 season for business and family reasons, stating in an 1978 interview with the Saskatoon StarPhoenix that he wanted to “sever my relationships with football with good feelings […] the game has treated me well and I decided to walk away from it gracefully.”
He was married to singer/songwriter Susan Jacks. The couple have a son, Thad. In 1983 they moved to Nashville, Tennessee and were living in Antioch before his death.
Dushinski was enshrined into the Saskatchewan Roughrider Hall of Fame in 1993.
He died of lung cancer in 2005, at the age of 61.
Seen in game 3 of the 1970 Western Conference finals in its entirety on YouTube