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2010-09-23 17:20:09 by flippykid
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BLACKMOLOTOV BANNED ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D I WIN LOLOLOLOLOL HE'S A BIG PUSSY!!!!!!!


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flippyroxxflippyroxx

2010-09-23 17:21:58

no he actually win.only reason why he banned u is cuz of your fail spamming
sooo.... ur the big pussy.

flippykid responds:

NO NOT TRUE !


ohbombuhohbombuh

2010-09-23 17:34:58

What did he say you're banned for?

flippykid responds:

he can prove that hes a pussy


BlackMolotovBlackMolotov

2010-09-23 17:35:09

You failed, get over it kid.

flippykid responds:

no u fail kid


BlackMolotovBlackMolotov

2010-09-23 17:38:48

Keep telling yourself that.

flippykid responds:

Keep telling yourself that.Keep telling yourself that.Keep telling yourself that.Keep telling yourself that.Keep telling yourself that.Keep telling yourself that.


chillbrochillbro

2010-09-23 17:44:29

Hey look another 10er who feeds the trolls. It'd be best if you came back when you are a "big kid".

flippykid responds:

well look at u "small kid"


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-23 18:00:31

bastard,i have a plan for your sunday.
1-go to put a dildo in your ass.
2-then cut your dick ( if you have it )
3-sell your dick in ebay
4-enjoy to live without penis, faggot, motherfucker, bastard,
comdom fail, abort fail, and well retarded fucker, go to fuck a redskin,
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flippykid responds:

kay sooooooo u are that?


eDaRkeDaRk

2010-09-24 15:10:20

omtish

flippykid responds:

yea!


flippykidflippykid

2010-09-24 23:48:30

all of u ppl are pussies especially blackmolotov >:O


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-25 15:30:59

you are the pussy, idiot, go fuck a chinese man.

flippykid responds:

u mean u are the pussy and u go fuck a chinese man


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-25 15:42:23

RESPECT BLACK MOLOTOV AND CHILLBRO, you are just a faggot who lives without interest things to do, so fuck off or you will be fucked by me.
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Go to fuck teh BEP, ABORT FAIL XD

flippykid responds:

u fail


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-25 21:11:51

go to eat some shit

flippykid responds:

make the sentence sense


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-26 00:29:37

NO RESPONSES, OWNED BITCH

flippykid responds:

no u got owned


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-26 18:19:03

lol, u fail and you get owned, what a bastard do you are idoit, go to suck your pet
cock, or your own cock, because you ARE THE PUSSY IDIOT

flippykid responds:

no u are why are u yelling u pussy anger attitude kid.


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-26 18:20:32

You bastard you didnt win, Black Molotov WON, and you are being pwn by a better troll than you, shit-eater

flippykid responds:

hahaha i have attitude and i dont care for any crap .i dont care for this world or even u i have no one k and im happy cuz i have a life unlike u...u have no life.


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-26 19:33:46

Bye Fuck-Man

flippykid responds:

bye


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-26 20:11:54

learn how to troll idiot, go to fuck your dad cock, and take this:
Spam
De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Saltar a navegación, búsqueda
Para la gestión del spam en Wikipedia, véase Wikipedia:Spam.
Para el alimento en lata, véase Spam (alimento).
Se llama spam, correo basura o sms basura a los mensajes no solicitados, no deseados o de remitente desconocido, habitualmente de tipo publicitario, enviados en grandes cantidades (incluso masivas) que perjudican de alguna o varias maneras al receptor. La acción de enviar dichos mensajes se denomina spamming.

Aunque se puede hacer por distintas vías, la más utilizada entre el público en general es la basada en el correo electrónico.

Otras tecnologías de internet que han sido objeto de correo basura incluyen grupos de noticias, usenet, motores de búsqueda, wikis, foros, blogs, también a través de popups y todo tipo de imágenes y textos en la web.

El correo basura también puede tener como objetivo los teléfonos móviles (a través de mensajes de texto) y los sistemas de mensajería instantánea como por ejemplo Outlook, Lotus Notes, etc.

También se llama spam a los virus sueltos en la red y páginas filtradas (casino, sorteos, premios, viajes y pornografía), se activa mediante el ingreso a páginas de comunidades o grupos o acceder a links en diversas páginas.


Una carpeta KMail llena de correos no deseados recibidos en un corto período.Contenido [ocultar]
1 Historia
2 Historia del término
3 Spam en diferentes medios
3.1 Spam en los blogs
3.2 Spam en el correo electrónico
3.3 Spam en foros
3.4 Spam en las redes sociales
3.5 Spam en redes de IRC
4 Técnicas de correo basura
4.1 Obtención de direcciones de correo
4.2 Envío de los mensajes
4.3 Verificación de la recepción
4.4 Troyanos y ordenadores zombis
4.5 Servidores de correo mal configurados
5 Medidas para evitar spam
6 Proyectos y servicios contra el correo basura
7 Legislación
7.1 España
8 Véase también
9 Referencias
9.1 Bibliografía
10 Enlaces externos

[editar] Historia
El correo basura mediante el servicio de correo electrónico nació el 5 de marzo de 1994. Este día una firma de abogados, Canter and Siegel, publica en Usenet un mensaje de anuncio de su firma legal; el día después de la publicación, facturó cerca de 10.000 dólares por casos de sus amigos y lectores de la red. Desde ese entonces, el marketing mediante correo electrónico ha crecido a niveles impensados desde su creación.

Aunque existen otras versiones de su origen lo datan el 3 de mayo de 1978, 393 empleados de ARPANET, el predecesor de Internet gestionado por el gobierno estadounidense, recibían con sorpresa un correo de la compañía de ordenadores DEC invitándoles al lanzamiento de un nuevo producto.[1]

El correo basura por medio del fax (spam-fax), es otra de las categorías de esta técnica de marketing directo, y consiste en enviar faxes masivos y no solicitados a través de sistemas electrónicos automatizados hacia miles de personas o empresas cuya información ha sido cargada en bases de datos segmentadas según diferentes variables.

[editar] Historia del término

Lata de SPAM.El origen de la palabra spam tiene raíces estadounidenses:

La empresa charcutera estadounidense Hormel Foods lanzó en 1937 una carne en lata originalmente llamada Hormel's Spiced Ham. El Spam fue el alimento de los soldados soviéticos y británicos en la Segunda Guerra Mundial, y desde 1957 fue comercializado en latas que ahorraban al consumidor el uso del abrelatas.

Más adelante, el grupo británico Monty Python empezó a hacer burla de la carne en lata. Su costumbre de gritar la palabra spam en diversos anuncios publicitarios se trasladó al correo electrónico no solicitado, también llamado correo basura.

[editar] Spam en diferentes medios
[editar] Spam en los blogs
Es una técnica de spam relativamente nueva, con el auge de los blogs. Consiste en dejar un comentario en una entrada, que por lo general no tiene nada que ver con la misma sino que tiene links a sitios comerciales, o promociona algún producto. Existen diferentes plugins para CMS's para detectar y bloquear el spam, por ejemplo el Akismet,[2] un plug-in para WordPress.

[editar] Spam en el correo electrónico
El spam supone actualmente la mayor parte de los mensajes electrónicos intercambiados en Internet, siendo utilizado para anunciar productos y servicios de dudosa calidad. Rolex, eBay y viagra son los asuntos de los mensajes que compiten por el primer lugar en las clasificaciones de spam.[3] [4] [5] [6] [7]

Usualmente los mensajes indican como remitente del correo una dirección falsa. Por esta razón, no sirve de nada contestar a los mensajes de spam: las respuestas serán recibidas por usuarios que nada tienen que ver con ellos. Por ahora, el servicio de correo electrónico no puede identificar los mensajes de forma que se pueda discriminar la verdadera dirección de correo electrónico del remitente, de una falsa. Esta situación que puede resultar chocante en un primer momento, es semejante por ejemplo a la que ocurre con el correo postal ordinario: nada impide poner en una carta o postal una dirección de remitente aleatoria: el correo llegará en cualquier caso. No obstante, hay tecnologías desarrolladas en esta dirección: por ejemplo el remitente puede firmar sus mensajes mediante criptografía de clave pública.

Los filtros automáticos antispam analizan el contenido de los mensajes buscando, por ejemplo, palabras como rolex, viagra, y sex que son las más usuales en los mensajes de spam. No se recomienda utilizar estas palabras en la correspondencia por correo electrónico: el mensaje podría ser calificado como spam por los sistemas automáticos antispam.[cita requerida]

[editar] Spam en foros
El spam en un foro de internet se produce cuando un usuario publica comentarios que contienen enlaces o algún tipo de referencia hacia alguna página web o foro similar, de igual contenido, o incluso ajeno al mismo, así como cualquier otro objetivo típico de publicidad, con el objetivo de atraer más usuarios y visitantes al mismo.

Últimamente se están abriendo hilos especiales dedicados al spam, para que los usuarios que quieran postear no ralenticen los demás hilos. Estos hilos dedicados al spam han cobrado verdadera importancia y resultan muy usados, tanto es asi, que algunos foros despues de tenerlos largo tiempo decidieron eliminarlos debido al hecho de que en muchas ocasiones estos subforos o temas eran muchos más usados que el resto de partes del foro principal, es decir, mientras que en Spam se posteaban mas de 50 mensajes diarios, en algunos casos, en el resto de apartados apenas se lograban 2 o 3 posteos.

Usualmente se confunde el término de spam, y se usa en casos en los que un usuario no hace ningún tipo de publicidad, este tipo de mensaje no es spam, ya que no busca lucrarse o atraer la atención de un usuario a un producto.

[editar] Spam en las redes sociales
Es una nueva forma de spam que consiste en enviar publicidad, ofertas de empleo, publicidad directamente a los usuarios de redes sociales profesionales sin que éstos lo hayan solicitado o en los foros de la red social.

Dos ejemplos de spam corporativo en este sector son el envío de invitaciones no solicitadas a los contactos de usuarios de Facebook, y la "respuesta automática" con publicidad que aleatoriamente se hace desde MSN Hotmail cuando alguien envía un mensaje a un buzón de dicha corporación.

que se carga al receptor el coste de los mensajes.

[editar] Spam en redes de IRC
Tan antiguo como el propio protocolo de IRC, el spam en redes de chat toma auge a raíz de la masificación de dicho medio de comunicación. Los mensajes de spam en redes de IRC tiene un coste irrisorio y por lo tanto son objetivo principal de redes de distribución de contenidos. Los mensajes más habituales suelen tener por objetivo la visita de otros canales de chat, la visita de webs y la difusión en general de contenidos de pago. Recientemente se constata la aparición de una nueva modalidad de spam que busca que el usuario perceptor de la publicidad use la telefonía móvil para contratar servicios de elevado coste.

flippykid responds:

your gay


BlackMolotovBlackMolotov

2010-09-26 20:15:53

Carlos1 actuelly has better grammar than you, and he lives in mexico.

flippykid responds:

stfu


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-26 20:36:18

HIYA BITCH, TAKE THIS DOWN, AND PUT A DILDO IN YOUR HEAD

flippykid responds:

maybe u can


flippyroxxflippyroxx

2010-09-27 19:07:12

u know what i dont like......when someone betrays u and doesnt care anymore ....

flippykid responds:

i know :'(


flippyroxxflippyroxx

2010-09-27 19:10:15

yea :l

flippykid responds:

yup :/


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-27 19:32:40

spam festival


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-27 19:35:08

spam festival:
Super Bowl XXXVII
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search
Super Bowl XXXVII

Oakland Raiders Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(AFC) (NFC)
21 48
1 2 3 4 Total
OAK 3 0 6 12 21
TB 3 17 14 14 48

Date January 26, 2003 (2003-01-26)
Stadium Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego
MVP Dexter Jackson, Safety
Favorite Raiders by 4
National anthem Dixie Chicks
Coin toss 1972 Miami Dolphins: Don Shula, Bob Griese, Larry Csonka, Larry Little, Jim Langer, Nick Buoniconti, Paul Warfield
Referee Bill Carollo
Halftime show Shania Twain, No Doubt and Sting
Attendance 67,603
TV in the United States
Network ABC
Announcers Al Michaels and John Madden
Nielsen ratings 40.7
(est. 88.6 million viewers)[1]
Market share 61
Cost of 30-second commercial US$2.1 million
< XXXVI Super Bowl XXXVIII >

Super Bowl XXXVII was an American football game played on January 26, 2003 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion following the 2002 regular season. The National Football Conference (NFC) champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers (12-4) won their first Super Bowl by defeating the American Football Conference (AFC) champion Oakland Raiders (11-5), 48-21.

Oakland came into the game as four-point favorites. However, the Tampa Bay defense dominated the contest. Raiders' quarterback Rich Gannon threw a Super Bowl record five interceptions, three of which were returned for touchdowns. Bucs safety Dexter Jackson, who had two of those interceptions and returned them for 34 yards, was named Super Bowl MVP. Jackson became only the second safety and third defensive back to ever be named Super Bowl MVP.

The attendance of 67,603 was the third-smallest ever for a Super Bowl game, trailing only Super Bowl I (61,946) and Super Bowl XXVI (63,130).

Super Bowl XXXVII is sometimes referred to as the "Gruden Bowl" because the primary storyline surrounding the game revolved around Jon Gruden.[2] Gruden was the Raiders' head coach from 1998 to 2001 and then became the Buccaneers coach in 2002. Thus, it was "Gruden's old team" versus "Gruden's new team." It has also been called the "Pirate Bowl" since both teams have pirate-related logos.[3] It was also the first time in Super Bowl history that the league's Number 1 ranked offense (Raiders) was pitted against the league's number 1 ranked defense (Buccaneers). This is the last Super Bowl to have been played in the month of January.

Contents [hide]
1 Background
1.1 Gruden helps rebuild the Raiders
1.2 Gruden is "traded" to the Buccaneers
1.3 The Raiders win without Gruden
1.4 Playoffs
1.5 Super Bowl pregame news
2 Television and entertainment
2.1 Pregame ceremonies
2.2 Halftime show
2.3 Post-game ceremonies
3 Game summary
3.1 First half
3.2 Second half
3.3 Scoring summary
4 Final statistics
4.1 Overview
4.2 Statistical comparison
4.3 Individual leaders
5 Starting lineups
6 Post-game riots
7 Officials
8 Notes and references
9 See also

[edit] Background
Super Bowl XXXVII was originally awarded to San Francisco in 1997 by the NFL owners. The 49ers had recently announced plans for a new stadium, and were rewarded with the Super Bowl dependent upon its completion. However, the stadium plans had stalled by the fall of 1998, and thus the NFL reopened the bidding for the game. San Diego, who had lost out on Super Bowl XXXVI, announced its interest. The city was then awarded the game during a May 1999 meeting at Atlanta. As of 2010, and for the foreseeable future this is the last Super Bowl to be played in California. Of the first 37 Super Bowls, 11 were played in California. It's also the last Super Bowl in which part of game was played in sunlight.

Later in 2003, California would host the Stanley Cup Finals, making it the only the second time that the same state hosted both the Super Bowl and the Stanley Cup Finals in the same year,[4] following California themselves in 1993, when the Los Angeles Kings went to the finals four months after Pasadena hosted Super Bowl XXVII.

[edit] Gruden helps rebuild the Raiders
After moving back to Oakland, California in 1995, the Raiders suffered sub-par seasons, including a 4-12 record in 1997. Under Gruden's leadership, the Raiders improved to 8-8 in both 1998 and 1999. The team was further boosted in 1999 with the signing of veteran quarterback Rich Gannon. With Gannon at the helm, the team jumped to the 5th best offense in the league.

The Raiders won the AFC West in 2000 with a 12-4 record and the best rushing offense in the league. However, they lost the AFC Championship Game to the eventual Super Bowl XXXV winner Baltimore Ravens, 16-3. Then, after signing veteran Pro Bowl wide receiver Jerry Rice and defensive tackle Trace Armstrong, the team repeated as AFC West champions in 2001. But they were eliminated in the playoffs by the New England Patriots in what became known as "The Tuck Game", in which a potential game-ending fumble recovery by the Raiders was overturned by instant replay.

[edit] Gruden is "traded" to the Buccaneers
Further information: 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season
Raiders owner Al Davis was known to have the lowest salaries for coaches in the league, and Gruden was no exception. Instead of paying a high salary for Gruden, Davis opted to trade the rights for Gruden to the Buccaneers in exchange for four draft picks, in a deal similar to what Patriots owner Robert Kraft made with the New York Jets to get head coach Bill Belichick in 2000. The Buccaneers ended up giving four high draft choices and $8 million to the Raiders to get Gruden. But Tampa Bay was desperate to have someone rebuild their offense so it would complement their powerful defense in an attempt to win the Super Bowl.

For most of their history, the Buccaneers were regarded as losers, only making the playoffs 3 times in their first 20 seasons. But all that changed when the team hired Tony Dungy as head coach in 1996. Dungy rebuilt the defense around a core group of players such as lineman Warren Sapp, linebacker Derrick Brooks, and defensive backs Ronde Barber and John Lynch. By 1997, Tampa Bay ranked 3rd in the league in total yards allowed, 2nd in 1998, and 3rd in 2000.

With one of the best defenses in the league, Dungy helped guide the Buccaneers to 4 playoff appearances in his 6 years as the team's head coach. But the team always had one of the worst offenses in the league, and this was a major factor in their playoff losses. Thus, Dungy was fired and replaced by Gruden.

Still, even Gruden had trouble getting the offense in sync during his first year as Tampa Bay's head coach. In 2002, the Buccaneers ranked 25th in the league in total yards gained (5,222). Quarterback Brad Johnson made the Pro Bowl, completing 281 out of 451 passes for 3,049 yards, 22 touchdowns, and only 6 interceptions. Running back Michael Pittman led the team in rushing with 718 yards and one touchdown, and caught 59 passes for 477 yards. Pro Bowl fullback Mike Alstott had 548 rushing yards and 5 touchdowns, and also had 35 receptions for 242 yards and 2 touchdowns. Wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson led the team with 76 receptions for 1,088 yards and 5 touchdowns, while wide receiver Keenan McCardell had 61 receptions for 670 yards and 6 touchdowns.

However, the Buccaneers' defense was still the strength of the team, leading the NFL in total defense (252.8 yards per game), pass defense (155.6 yards per game), points allowed (12.3 points per game), passing touchdowns allowed (10), interceptions (31), and opponent passer rating (48.4). Brooks, Lynch, Sapp and defensive end Simeon Rice all had Pro Bowl years. Brooks led the team with 87 tackles and excelled at pass coverage, recording 5 interceptions, 218 return yards, and 2 touchdowns, plus 1 fumble return and 1 on a lateral from Sapp after a Sapp interception for a total of 4 touchdowns (an NFL record for a linebacker). Rice led the team with 15.5 sacks. Sapp recorded 7.5 sacks and 2 interceptions. Cornerback Brian Kelly was also a big asset, leading the team with 8 interceptions.

[edit] The Raiders win without Gru


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-27 19:38:09

The Raiders win without Gruden
Despite the loss of Gruden in 2002, the Raiders under their new coach Bill Callahan still managed to earn a share of the AFC's best record at 11-5. The offense led the league in total passing yards (4,689) and ranked second in total yards gained (6,451).

Gannon had a Pro Bowl season, completing 418 out of 618 passes for 4,689 yards, 26 touchdowns, and with 10 interceptions. His 418 completions and his 10 games with over 300 passing yards were both NFL records. He also ran 50 times for 156 yards and 3 touchdowns. Rice, who was already the NFL's all time leader in nearly every receiving record after 17 seasons, had a Pro Bowl season for the 13th time in his career with 92 receptions for 1,211 yards and 7 touchdowns. Gannon's other weapons in passing game were 13-year veteran receiver Tim Brown (81 receptions for 930 yards and 2 touchdowns) and young receiver Jerry Porter (51 receptions for 688 yards and 9 touchdowns). Multi-talented running back Charlie Garner was the team's leading rusher with 962 yards and 7 touchdowns, while also leading all NFL running backs in receiving with 91 receptions for 941 yards and another 4 touchdowns. Running back Tyrone Wheatley was also a big contributor with 419 rushing yards and 71 receiving yards, while fullback Zack Crockett provided both of them with solid blocking and scored 8 touchdowns. Up front, their offensive line was led by 2 Pro Bowlers, guard Lincoln Kennedy and center Barret Robbins.

The Raiders' weakness was primarily on their defense, which ranked 25th in the league in passing yards allowed (3,787) and 12th in total yards (5,240). But veteran Pro Bowl safety Rod Woodson recorded 8 interceptions (which led the league) for 225 yards and 2 touchdowns. Up front, their line was anchored by defensive tackle Rod Coleman, who led the team with 11 sacks. Behind him, the team had a solid veteran linebacker, Bill Romanowski, who was playing in his 5th Super Bowl (after winning 2 championships with the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowls XXIII and XXIV, and 2 while playing for the Denver Broncos in Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII). Defensive back Tory James was also a big contributor with 4 interceptions.

[edit] Playoffs
Further information: 2002-03 NFL playoffs
The Buccaneers defeated the San Francisco 49ers, 31-6, and the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-10, in the playoffs. Meanwhile, the Raiders were victorious against the New York Jets, 30-10, and the Tennessee Titans, 41-24.

[edit] Super Bowl pregame news
The Raiders entered the game favored to win their first Super Bowl in 19 years. However, much of the media hype surrounded Gruden. Many speculated on whether or not Gruden still had some idea of what Oakland's game plans would be, and how this knowledge would affect the game.

Much of the hype revolved around the Gruden trade prior to the season. This forced league commissioner Paul Tagliabue to issue a statement that he might ban all future trades for coaches involving draft choices because it might compromise the draft.

But a distraction for the Raiders was that starting center Barret Robbins went missing for most of the week leading up to the game and ended up in the hospital. Backup Adam Treu (a former Pro Bowler) replaced Robbins in the Super Bowl with no problems at his position.

[edit] Television and entertainment
The game was broadcast in the United States by ABC with Al Michaels handling the play-by-play duties and color commentator John Madden, who became the first person to announce Super Bowls on different networks in consecutive years, having called Super Bowl XXXVI on Fox and then moving to ABC after Pat Summerall retired.

The NFC improved to 6-0 on Super Bowls broadcast on ABC. Melissa Stark and Lynn Swann roamed the sidelines. Chris Berman from Disney-owned corporate sibling ESPN hosted all the events. Berman was joined by fellow ESPN analyst Steve Young, Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick, and New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan.

The Super Bowl was the first of three major professional sports championship series ABC broadcast in 2003, as they would also broadcast the Stanley Cup Finals and the NBA Finals. Both the Super Bowl and the Stanley Cup Finals were hosted by Berman on ABC (Berman co-hosted the Stanley Cup Finals with John Saunders.) and took place in the state of California.[4] The state of California had representation in both finals series.[4] Gary Thorne, Bill Clement, and John Davidson mentioned all of these when they called the Stanley Cup Finals.[4]

[edit] Pregame ceremonies
Before the game, a show called "Santana and Friends" performed on the field. Carlos Santana was joined by Beyoncé and Michelle Branch and sang truncated versions of "Oye Como Va," "The Game of Love", and "Foo Foo."

In a nod to what the New England Patriots did the previous year in Super Bowl XXXVI, both teams were introduced as a team, rather than offensive and defensive starters, after highlights of their seasons were simulcast on the video boards in the stadium and on television.

Celine Dion then sang "God Bless America" and later the Dixie Chicks sang the national anthem. This was the first (and only) time that "God Bless America" was performed at a Super Bowl.[5]

To honor the 30th anniversary of the 17-0 undefeated, perfect season of the 1972 Miami Dolphins, the following members of that team appeared during the coin toss ceremony: Don Shula, Bob Griese, Larry Csonka, Larry Little, Jim Langer, Nick Buoniconti, Paul Warfield.

Memorable television commercials that aired during the game included the "Terry Tate: Office Linebacker" Reebok ad and the Budweiser Zebra Referee. ADBOWL ranked FedEx's "Castaway" as the best commercial of the year.

[edit] Halftime show
Shania Twain, No Doubt, and Sting were featured during the halftime show, which was sponsored by AT&T Wireless. Twain sang her hits "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" and "Up!".

No Doubt then sang their hit "Just a Girl" with lead singer Gwen Stefani ad-libbing lines like "I'm just a girl at the Super Bowl!" The show concluded with Sting performing "Message in a Bottle", in which Stefani joined midway through.[6]

NBC provided counter-programming against the halftime show, airing a live segment of "Weekend Update" from the comedy-variety show Saturday Night Live featuring Jimmy Fallon and Tina Fey.

[edit] Post-game ceremonies
Bon Jovi appeared as part of the post-game ceremonies, performing "It's My Life" prior to the Vince Lombardi Trophy presentation and "Everyday" afterwards (most of the latter performance was not shown on ABC because the network cut to commercials).

[edit] Game summary
[edit] First half
As many sports fans and writers predicted, Gruden's prior knowledge of the Raiders was a major factor in the Buccaneers' win in Super Bowl XXXVII. The most damaging piece of evidence is NFL Films footage of Tampa Bay defensive back John Lynch telling his teammates during the game that almost all of the plays ran by Oakland's offense were plays that Gruden (who that week even played the part of "Rich Gannon" by playing QB with the scout-team offense) specifically told them to look out for[7]. Better still for the Buccaneers was that Oakland hadn't changed their audible-calling signals that Gruden himself had installed, thus tipping off plays repeatedly. As a result, Tampa Bay dominated Oakland, outgaining them in total yards (365 to 269), rushing yards (150 to 19), first downs (24 to 11), offensive plays (76 to 60), and forced turnovers (5 to 1).

The Raiders had a great chance to score a touchdown early in the game after cornerback Charles Woodson intercepted Buccaneers quarterback Brad Johnson's pass on the third play of the game and returned it 12 yards to the Tampa Bay 36-yard line. But 6 plays later, Tampa Bay defensive end Simeon Rice sacked Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon on third down, forcing Oakland to settle for kicker Sebastian Janikowski's 40-yard field goal to give them a 3-0 lead.

Buccaneers kick returner Aaron Stecker returned the ensuing kickoff 27 yards to the 29-yard line, then appeared to fumble the ball. Although th


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Derrick Brooks
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Derrick Brooks
Brooks with the 2006 Pro Bowl MVP trophy
No. 55
Linebacker
Personal information
Date of birth: April 18, 1973 (1973-04-18) (age 37)
Place of birth: Pensacola, Florida
Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) Weight: 235 lb (107 kg)
Career information
College: Florida State
NFL Draft: 1995 / Round: 1 / Pick: 28
Debuted in 1995 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Last played in 2008 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers


Career history
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1995-2008)

Career highlights and awards
11× Pro Bowl selection (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008)
6× First-team All-Pro (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005)
"Whizzer" White NFL Man of the Year Award (2003)
3× Second-team All-Pro (1997, 1998, 2001)
9× First-team All-NFC (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005)
AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year (2002)
Super Bowl champion (XXXVII)
NFL 2000s All-Decade Team
College awards and honors
NFL awards and honors

Career NFL statistics as of 2008
Tackles 1,698
Sacks 13.5
Interceptions 25
Stats at NFL.com

Derrick Dewan Brooks (born April 18, 1973 in Pensacola, Florida) is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League. He was drafted by the Buccaneers 28th overall in the 1995 NFL Draft. He played college football at Florida State.

An eleven-time Pro Bowl selection and nine-time All-Pro, Brooks was named AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2002. He earned a Super Bowl ring with the Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII.

Contents [hide]
1 Early years
2 College career
2.1 Awards and honors
3 Professional career
3.1 NFL awards and honors
4 Personal
5 References
6 External links

[edit] Early years
Brooks attended Washington High School in Pensacola.[1] In 1991, his senior year, Brooks carried Pensacola to the state playoff semifinals, where they lost to the eventual champion Bradenton Manatee. In 2007, he was named to the Florida High School Association All-Century Team, which selected the Top 33 players in the 100 year history of high school football in the state of Florida's history.[2]

[edit] College career
At Florida State University he was a four-year letterman, a first-team All-American his junior and senior years and a three time first team All-ACC selection.[3][4] After playing as safety as a freshman he switched to linebacker as a sophomore. He was on the 1993 Seminoles National Championship team.[3][4] He finished his career with 274 tackles, five interceptions, 8.5 sacks, 13 passes defensed, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries.[4]

[edit] Awards and honors
3× First-team All-ACC (1992-1994)
2× All-American (1993, 1994)
ACC Defensive Player of the Year (1993)
2× Vince Lombardi Award finalist (1993-1994)
[edit] Professional career
Brooks was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the first round, 28th overall, of the 1995 NFL Draft.[4] Brooks played 14 years for the Buccaneers and is widely considered one of, it not the best player in the history of the franchise and one of the best linebackers in the history of the National Football League.[5][6] From 1995 to 2008 Brooks started 221 of 224 games, recording 1,698 tackles, 13.5 sacks, 25 interceptions, and six touchdowns. He was selected to the Pro Bowl 11 times, including 10 straight from 1997 to 2006, was an All-Pro nine times, was the AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2002, and led the team to the franchise's first Super Bowl win in Super Bowl XXXVII.[7]

As a rookie in 1995 Brooks started 13 of 16 games. He finished the season with 78 tackles with a sack and earned first team all-rookie honors from Pro Football Weekly and Pro Football Writers Association. During his second season 1996, he started all 16 games and finished with a team leading 132 tackles and his first career interception. In 1997 Brooks earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl after recording 144 tackles, 1.5 sacks, and two interceptions in 16 games. In 1998 Brooks had another Pro Bowl season after recording 156 tackles and an interception.

In 1999 Brooks made the Pro Bowl for the third time and was a first team All-Pro selection for the first time in his career. For the season he had 153 tackles, two sacks, and four interceptions. In 2000 Brooks earned his fourth consecutive trip to the Pro Bowl and his second consecutive first team All-Pro selection. He finished the season with 140 tackles, a sack, and had his first career touchdown on a 34 yard interception from Minnesota Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper. Brooks was also, along with Jim Flanigan of the Chicago Bears, the winner of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, given to a National Football League player for his community service activities as well as his excellence on the field.[8] Brooks made his fifth consecutive Pro Bowl in 2001 after recording 112 tackles and three interceptions.

Brooks best season came in 2002. During that year he was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year by the Associated Press and helped the Buccaneers win the franchises first Super Bowl. He also made his sixth consecutive Pro Bowl and was a first team All-Pro selection for the third time. For the season he had 117 tackles, a sack, and returned a NFL record, for a linebacker, five touchdowns (two off fumbles and three off interceptions).[9] During the Buccaneers 48 to 21 victory over the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII, he returned an interception off of Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon 44 yards for a touchdown.[10]

In 2003 Brooks broke Lee Roy Selmon's team record for most consecutive Pro Bowl appearances with seven. He finished the season with 101 tackles, a sack, two interceptions, and returned an interception for a touchdown. In 2004 Brooks made his eighh consecutive Pro Bowl and fourth first team All-Pro selection after recording 137 tackles, three sacks, and an interception. In 2005 Brooks made his ninth consecutive Pro Bowl and earned his fourth first team All-Pro selection. He finished the season with 125 tackles, three sacks, and an interception.

In Brooks 10th consecutive Pro Bowl in 2006, he was named the MVP after returning a Trent Green interception 59 yards for a touchdown to secure the victory for the NFC.[11] During the regular season he had 121 tackles, three interceptions and a touchdown. In 2007 Brooks had 109 tackles and was not voted to the Pro Bowl for the first time since 1996. In Brooks last year with the Buccaneers in 2008 he recorded 73 tackles and an interception and was selected to his 11th Pro Bowl. The 11 Pro Bowls are tied for second most by a linebacker in NFL history.

On February 25, 2009 the Buccaneers released Brooks.[12]

After spending all of the 2009 season as a free agent, Brooks officially announced his retirement on On August 11, 2010.[13]

[edit] NFL awards and honors
6× First-team All-Pro (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005)
3× Second-team All-Pro (1997, 1998, 2001)
9× First-team All-NFC (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005)
11× Pro Bowl selection (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008)
Co-Walter Payton Man of the Year Award (2000)
"Whizzer" White NFL Man of the Year Award (2003)
Bart Starr Man of the Year Award (2003)
AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year (2002)
Super Bowl champion (XXXVII)
Pro Bowl MVP (2005)
[edit] Personal
Brooks is married and has four children. Brooks has donated much of his money to charity. In addition Brooks donated $1,000 for every tackle he made against the Seahawks (10) which was a total of $10,000.

Derrick Brooks is the founder of the Brooks Bunch charity and youth scholarship foundation in the Tampa Bay area. He has taken local youngsters across the nation and South Africa with the objective of presenting a first hand experience, or a "mobile classroom." Brooks also headed the founding of the Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate High School in Tampa.

Brooks is well known for his charity work and his advocacy of the importance of education. He was the co-recipient of the 2000 Walter

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Invader Zim
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Invader Zim

Title card and logo. A newer version of the logo incorporates the new Nickelodeon logo, although when this show is aired the title card remains unchanged.
Genre Comic science fiction
Black comedy
Created by Jhonen Vasquez
Written by Frank Conniff
Roman Dirge
Rob Hummel
Danielle Koenig
Courtney Lilly
Eric Trueheart
Jhonen Vasquez
Directed by Steve Ressel
Voices of Richard Steven Horvitz
Rosearik Rikki Simons
Andy Berman
Melissa Fahn
Wally Wingert
Kevin McDonald
Rodger Bumpass
Lucille Bliss
Theme music composer Mark Tortorici
Composer(s) Kevin Manthei
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 27 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Jhonen Vasquez
Producer(s) Monique Beatty
Christine Griswold
Steve Ressel
Running time approx. 22 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Nickelodeon (2001-2002)
Nicktoons (2006)
Picture format 4:3 SDTV
Original run March 30, 2001 (2001-03-30) - December 10, 2002 (2002-12-10);
June 10, 2006 (2006-06-10) - August 19, 2006 (2006-08-19)
External links
Official website

Invader Zim is an American animated television series that was produced by, and subsequently aired on Nickelodeon. The series revolves around an extraterrestrial named Zim from the planet Irk and his ongoing mission to conquer and/or destroy a dark and satirical version of the Earth. His various attempts to subjugate and destroy the human race are invariably undermined by some combination of his own ineptitude, his malfunctioning robot servant GIR, and his arch-nemesis Dib, one of very few humans attentive enough to be aware of Zim's identity.

Invader Zim was first broadcast on March 30, 2001. The show was targeted at children in their early teens, and met with critical acclaim. However, after the first season, the show's ratings began to suffer. Before the second season was completed, Nickelodeon canceled the series, leaving at least sixteen episodes and a planned television movie series finale unfinished.

The series consists of a pilot episode, forty-six canon episodes, and at least seventeen episodes that were in production at the time of the series' cancellation. As of August 19, 2006, all forty-six canon episodes have aired on television and been released on DVD. Nineteen of the episodes are split into two individual stories, each lasting about twelve minutes. There are eight double length episodes. Almost every episode was directed by Steve Ressel; the only exception is the pilot episode, which was directed by Jordan Reichek.

Contents [hide]
1 Plot
1.1 Premise
1.2 Characters
1.3 Supporting characters
2 Production
2.1 Episode broadcast
2.2 Theme music
3 Response
3.1 Awards and nominations
3.2 Negative Criticism
4 Merchandise
4.1 Home video
4.2 Figurines and accessories
4.3 Video games
5 References
6 External links

[edit] Plot
[edit] Premise
Invader Zim revolves around the life of its lead character, Zim, his malfunctioning SIR Unit, GIR, and the humans and aliens who become involved in his schemes. Zim is a member of the imperialistic Irken race, an extraterrestrial species whose social hierarchy is based on height. The Irken leaders, known as the Almighty Tallest serve together because they are exactly the same height. As recounted during the series premiere, "The Nightmare Begins", Zim, who is both very short and very naïve, was banished to the planet Foodcourtia for over zealously attacking his own planet and allies[1] during Operation Impending Doom I.[2]

Upon hearing of Operation Impending Doom II, Zim "quits" his exile in Foodcourtia and arrives at the Great Assigning. Here, elite Irken soldiers are chosen to become Invaders: special soldiers whose mission it is to blend in with the indigenous life forms of their assigned planet, collect intelligence, and prepare the planet for conquest by the Irken Armada. Zim pleads with the Tallest to assign him a planet, and in a desperate act to get Zim as far away as possible, they assign him to a presumed planet on the outskirts of their known universe that has never been explored. This "Mystery Planet" is Earth, and Zim's erratic attempts at world domination and/or the eradication of the human race begin when he lands on earth for the first time.

[edit] Characters
Main article: List of Invader Zim characters
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Zim: Overzealous, impulsive, and convinced of his own greatness, Zim is incompetent as an invader. He dreams of pleasing his species' leaders, The Almighty Tallest, by taking part in Operation Impending Doom II, which is an Irken military initiative to conquer the universe. The Tallest send him to Earth (a planet of no interest to the Empire on the outskirts of the known universe) on a mission of conquest with a small ship and a robot servant cobbled together out of a screw, 2 pennies, a paper clip,half eaten pizza slice, and a rubber ball. They were expecting him to die or become lost en route. Against the odds, Zim lands on Earth and establishes a base and, much to the chagrin of the Tallest, is in routine communication with his homeworld.

Because of his stature, Zim disguises himself as a human child. Despite his tendency to vociferously malign humans as a species, his undisguised green skin, a severe allergy to water, a disinclination to eat human food, multiple failures in his disguise, and an occasionally blatant disregard for his own cover, no one realizes that Zim is an alien -- with the exception of Dib and Gaz. In spite of his slight build, Zim occasionally displays superhuman strength and agility, although due to the show's lack of continuity, these traits are not always present. He is never without his PAK, a backpack-like piece of equipment that is grafted to every Irken's spine when they are born. It has long, retractable arms that enable him to move about quickly and climb almost any obstacle. Zim constantly schemes to enslave or destroy mankind, and despite his access to potent Irken technology, his plans, frequently based on misconceptions, are never successful.

GIR: Zim's only companion, GIR is a SIR (Standard Information Retrieval) unit, an Irken standard-issue robot. The name "GIR" is a self-applied moniker that is never explained, GIR himself states that he doesn't know why he refers to himself as GIR. GIR differs physically from other SIR units in that his head contains odds-and-ends rather than artificial intelligence hardware. Because of this GIR displays a wildly erratic personality. He is almost completely irreverent, and rarely obeys Zim's commands, variously due to distraction, disinterest and disobedience. GIR disguises himself by wearing a green dog suit which fools most humans, despite looking almost nothing like an Earth dog.

Dib: Zim's main opponent on Earth. He has been obsessed with the paranormal and supernatural ever since he was little; and instantly recognizes Zim as an alien, but everyone derides him as "crazy" or "insane", including his sister and father.

Gaz: Gaz is Dib's cynical and humorlessly sarcastic younger sister. She plays a prominent role in the show, but rarely takes an active part in attempting to hinder Zim's schemes. Though she knows and admits Zim is an alien she believes Zim is too dumb to actually be a threat. She enjoys a very limited number of things, a few of them being Pizza and Video Games (including Vampire Piggy Hunter).

The Almighty Tallest: The two Irken leaders, known as the Almighty Tallest, rule together by virtue of being the tallest known Irkens. They are united in their love of destruction, tormenting of others, snacks, puppet shows, and their hatred of Zim.

[edit] Supporting characters
The main cast is supported by recurring characters such as Zim and Dib's teacher, Ms. Bitters, and Dib's father, Pr


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Oakland Raiders
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Oakland Raiders
Current season
Established 1960
Play in Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Oakland, California
Headquartered in Alameda, California

Helmet Logo

League/conference affiliations
American Football League (1960-1969)

Western Division (1960-1969)

National Football League (1970-present)

American Football Conference (1970-present)
AFC West (1970-present)

Current uniform

Team colors Black, Silver


Personnel
Owner(s) Al Davis (majority)
CEO Amy Trask
Head coach Tom Cable
Team history
Oakland Raiders (1960-1981)
Los Angeles Raiders (1982-1994)
Oakland Raiders (1995-present)

Team nicknames
The Silver and Black, Team of the Decades
Championships
League championships (3%u2020)
AFL Championships (1)
1967
Super Bowl Championships (3)
1976 (XI), 1980 (XV), 1983 (XVIII)

Conference championships (4)
AFC: 1976, 1980, 1983, 2002

Division championships (15)
AFL West: 1967, 1968, 1969
AFC West: 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1983, 1985, 1990, 2000, 2001, 2002
%u2020 - Does not include the AFL or NFL Championships won during the same seasons as the AFL-NFL Super Bowl Championships prior to the 1970 AFL-NFL Merger

Playoff appearances (21)
AFL: 1967, 1968, 1969
NFL: 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1990, 1991, 1993, 2000, 2001, 2002

Home fields
Kezar Stadium (1960)
Candlestick Park (1960-1961)
Frank Youell Field (1962-1965)
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (1982-1994)
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (1966-1981, 1995-present)
a.k.a. Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (1966-1998)
a.k.a. Network Associates Coliseum (1999-2004)
a.k.a. McAfee Coliseum (2004-2008)

The Oakland Raiders are a professional football team in the NFL based in the city of Oakland, California. They currently play in the Western Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). After the yet-unnamed Minneapolis expansion team accepted an offer to join the established NFL instead of the American Football League (AFL), the city of Oakland was granted their position in the league and inherited their inaugural draft selections. The Raiders began play in 1960 as the eighth charter member of the American Football League. During their first three seasons, the Raiders struggled both on and off the field. In 1963, Al Davis was brought to the team as head coach and general manager, and from 1963 until 2002 the team had only seven losing seasons. As members of the AFL they won one league championship (1967), three division titles (1967, 1968, 1969), and appeared in one Super Bowl (II). The team joined the NFL in 1970 as part of the AFL-NFL merger. Since joining the NFL, the Raiders have won twelve division titles, three Super Bowls (XI, XV, XVIII), and appeared in one other Super Bowl (XXXVII). Thirteen former players have been enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Contents [hide]
1 Franchise history
1.1 Early years (1960-1962)
1.2 Oakland, the AFL, and Al Davis (1963-1969)
1.2.1 1963-1966
1.2.2 1967-1969
1.2.2.1 Enter John Madden
1.3 AFL-NFL merger
1.3.1 1970-1971
1.3.2 1972-1978
1.3.3 1979-1981
1.4 Move to Los Angeles (1982-1994)
1.4.1 1982-1988
1.4.2 1989-1994
1.5 Back to Oakland (1995-present)
1.5.1 Gruden era
1.5.2 Callahan era
1.5.3 Coaching carousel (2004-present)
1.6 Season-by-season records
2 Logos and uniforms
3 Home Fields
4 Culture
4.1 Commitment to Excellence
4.2 Raider Nation
4.3 Raiders Radio Network
4.4 Rivals
4.4.1 Divisional rivals
4.4.2 Geographic rival
4.4.3 Historic rivals
5 Players
5.1 Current roster
5.2 Pro Football Hall of Famers
5.3 Retired numbers
6 Head coaches
7 Ownership, administration, and financial operations
7.1 Founding the Franchise
7.1.1 Current Ownership structure
7.2 Financial operations
7.3 Legal battles
7.3.1 Trademark and Trade Dress Dilution
7.3.2 BALCO Scandal
7.4 Current staff
8 See also
9 Notes and references
10 External links

[edit] Franchise history
Main article: History of the Oakland Raiders
[edit] Early years (1960-1962)
The Raiders finished their first campaign with a 6-8 record.

Under Marty Feldman and Red Conkright-the team's second and third head coaches since entering the AFL-the Raiders finished 1-13 in 1962, losing their first 13 games (and making for a 19-game losing streak from 1961 and 1962) before winning the season finale.

[edit] Oakland, the AFL, and Al Davis (1963-1969)
[edit] 1963-1966
After the 1962 season, Valley hired Al Davis, a former assistant coach for the San Diego Chargers, as head coach and general manager. At 33, he was the youngest person in professional football history to hold the positions.[1] Davis immediately began to implement what he termed the "vertical game," an aggressive offensive strategy based on the West Coast offense developed by Chargers head coach Sid Gillman.[2] Under Davis the Raiders improved to 10-4, and he was named the AFL's Coach of the Year in 1963. Though the team slipped to 5-7-2 in 1964, it rebounded to an 8-5-1 record in 1965. In April 1966, Davis left the Raiders after being named AFL Commissioner. Two months later, the league announced its merger with the NFL. With the merger, the position of commissioner was no longer needed, and Davis entered into discussions with Valley about returning to the Raiders. On July 25, 1966, Davis returned as part owner of the team. He purchased a 10 percent interest in the team for US $18,000, and became the team's third general partner - the partner in charge of football operations.[3][4] The Raiders matched their 1965 season's record in 1966 but failed to get into the playoffs.

[edit] 1967-1969
On the field, the team Davis had assembled and coached steadily improved. With John Rauch (Davis's hand-picked successor) as head coach, the Raiders won the 1967 AFL Championship, defeating the Houston Oilers 40-7. The win earned the team a trip to Super Bowl II, where they were beaten 33-14 by Vince Lombardi's Green Bay Packers. The following two years, the Raiders again won Western Division titles, only to lose the AFL Championship to the eventual Super Bowl winners-the New York Jets (1968) and Kansas City Chiefs (1969).

[edit] Enter John Madden

John Madden (right) was head coach of the Oakland Raiders for ten seasons.In 1969, John Madden became the team's sixth head coach, and under him the Raiders became one of the most successful franchises in the NFL, winning six division titles during the 1970s.

[edit] AFL-NFL merger
[edit] 1970-1971
In 1970, the AFL-NFL merger took place and the Raiders joined the Western Division of the American Football Conference in the newly merged NFL. The first post-merger season saw the Raiders win the AFC West with an 8-4-2 record and go all the way to the conference championship, where they lost to the Colts. Despite another 8-4-2 season in 1971, the Raiders failed to win the division or achieve a playoff berth.

[edit] 1972-1978
In 1972, the team achieved a 10-3-1 record and another division title. In the divisional round, they were beaten by the Steelers 13-7 on a play that would later be known as the Immaculate Reception. Improving to 9-4-1 in 1973, the Raiders reached the AFC Championship, but lost 27-10 to the Dolphins.

In 1974, Oakland had a 12-2 regular season, which included a nine-game winning streak. They beat the Dolphins in the divisional round of the playoffs in a see-saw battle before falling to the Steelers in the AFC Championship. On the 1975 season opener, the Raiders beat Miami and ended their 31-game home winning streak. With an 11-3 record, they defeated Cincinnati in the divisional playoff round, but again fell to the Steelers in the conference championship.

In 1976, The Raiders beat Pittsburgh in a revenge match on the season opener and continued to cement its reputation for hard, dirty play by knocking WR Lynn Swann out for two weeks in a helmet-to-helmet collision. Al Davis later tried to sue Steelers coach Chuck Knoll for libel aft


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Dave Batista
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Batista

Batista at an autograph signing in 2005
Ring name(s) Batista[1]
Dave Bautista[2]
Deacon Batista[3]
Leviathan[3]
Kahn / Khan
The Animal[3]
Billed height 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)[1]
Billed weight 290 lb (130 kg)[1]
Born January 18, 1969 (1969-01-18) (age 41)[4]
Washington, D.C.[3]
Resides Los Angeles, California[3]
Billed from Washington, D.C.[1]
Trained by Afa Anoa'i[3][5]
Debut 1997[5]
Retired May 24, 2010
Website Official website

David Michael Bautista, Jr.[6] (born January 18, 1969),[4] is an American former professional wrestler, bodybuilder and actor best known for his time in the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) from 2002 to 2010. In WWE, he became a six-time world champion, winning the World Heavyweight Championship four times and the WWE Championship two times. In addition to these championships, Batista has won the World Tag Team Championship three times (twice with Ric Flair and once with John Cena) and the WWE Tag Team Championship once (with Rey Mysterio). Batista was also the winner of the 2005 Royal Rumble match.[1]

After trying out at World Championship Wrestling's Power Plant, Batista signed a contract with the WWF in 2000 and was sent to its developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), where he won the OVW Heavyweight Championship.

Contents [hide]
1 Early life
2 Professional wrestling career
2.1 Ohio Valley Wrestling (2000-2002)
2.2 World Wrestling Entertainment (2002-2010)
2.2.1 Debut
2.2.2 Evolution (2003-2005)
2.2.3 SmackDown! (2005-2008)
2.2.4 Return from injury (2006)
2.2.5 Pursuit of the World Heavyweight Championship (2007)
2.2.6 Return to Raw (2008-2009)
2.2.7 Return from injury and departure (2009-2010)
3 Post-WWE
4 Media
5 Controversy
5.1 Criticism of WWE and TNA
6 Backstage problems
6.1 Incident with Booker T
6.2 Steroid allegations
7 Personal life
8 In wrestling
9 Championships and accomplishments
10 References
11 External links

Early life
Batista was born the son of David Michael Bautista, who is Filipino and Donna Raye Bautista, who is Greek.[6] His parents separated (and eventually divorced). His paternal grandparents were also from the Philippines as his grandfather served in the military, worked as a taxicab driver, barber, and other jobs to feed the family. Batista says he is not ashamed to admit he lived in poverty.[7]

He has publicly admitted to having a hard life where, as before he was age nine, three murders occurred on his front lawn.[8] As young as age 13, he was stealing automobiles.[9] By age 17, he was considered estranged from his parents and on his own,[10] despite admitting later that "I am proud of my parents. They are good, honest, hard-working folks. They taught me the values of working hard."[9] Batista became a regular bouncer for clubs until he was arrested after a fight that left two badly injured patrons, one of which could be found lying in the street.[10] After a trial, he was sentenced to one year of probation.[10] He was also a lifeguard[11] before he pursued a career in bodybuilding.[10] He credits bodybuilding as possibly saving his life.[12]

Professional wrestling career
Batista tried out at the WCW Power Plant, but was told he would never make it in the wrestling business by Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker.[13] He then went to the World Wrestling Federation, who sent him to train with Afa Anoa'i's school in the Wild Samoan Training Centre.[14]

Ohio Valley Wrestling (2000-2002)
He made his Ohio Valley Wrestling debut in 2000 under the ring name Leviathan, where he immediately joined forces with Synn.[5] As a member of the Disciples of Synn stable, he went undefeated until being beaten at Christmas Chaos by Kane with help from Stone Cold Steve Austin. He later won the OVW Heavyweight Championship from "The Machine" Doug Basham before losing the belt to The Prototype (John Cena). A few months later, Bautista left OVW after he was promoted to World Wrestling Entertainment.[15]

World Wrestling Entertainment (2002-2010)
Debut
He began his WWE career on the May 9, 2002 episode of SmackDown! as Deacon Batista, a villainous enforcer for Reverend D-Von.[16] He made his WWE in-ring debut in a tag team match teaming with D-Von against Faarooq and Randy Orton, pinning Orton. Over several weeks, Orton tried to beat D-Von and Batista with different partners, but ultimately lost each time.[17] Batista suffered his first loss in a match against Rikishi after D-Von accidentally punched him, allowing Rikishi to take advantage and pin Batista. Batista and D-Von argued over the forthcoming weeks, with Batista eventually turning on D-Von.[18] After splitting with D-Von, he signed with Raw and was renamed to Dave Batista (or simply Batista). He aligned himself with Ric Flair[19] and feuded with Kane, whom he defeated at Armageddon.[20]

Evolution (2003-2005)
Main article: Evolution
In January 2003, Batista joined Triple H, Ric Flair and Randy Orton to form the villainous stable Evolution.[21] Batista, however, was sidelined for much of 2003 after he tore his right triceps muscle at a Raw live event in a tag team match against the Dudley Boyz. While training after the injury, Batista re-tore his triceps, extending his stay on the sidelines.[22] Batista made his return on the October 20 episode of Raw, interfering in a match between Bill Goldberg and Shawn Michaels and "shattering" Goldberg's ankle with a chair. After the interference, Evolution came out, and Triple H rewarded Batista with $100,000.[23] On the November 10 edition of Raw, Goldberg defeated Batista by disqualification when Triple H interfered.[24]

At Armageddon, Batista took part in two matches; losing to Shawn Michaels in a singles match,[25] and winning a tag team turmoil match along with Ric Flair to become one-half of the World Tag Team Champions.[26] By the end of the event, all four members of Evolution held every male championship on Raw, with Triple H winning the World Heavyweight Championship and Randy Orton winning the WWE Intercontinental Championship.[27] They held the title until the February 16, 2004 episode of Raw, when they were defeated by Booker T and Rob Van Dam.[28] They later regained the title for a short period.[29][30]

At Survivor Series, Triple H, Batista, Gene Snitsky, and Edge were defeated by Maven, Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit, and Randy Orton in an eight-man elimination tag team match for control of Raw over the following month;[31] the members of the winning team would each be the Raw general manager for a week. Throughout the next two months, the relationship between Batista and Triple H began to deteriorate. After a loss to Chris Jericho, Triple H verbally insulted Batista. Batista teased leaving Evolution that night, but declared that he was still part of Evolution and that they tricked everyone.[32] Despite this ploy, Batista began behaving more like a fan favorite over the next few weeks in comparison to Evolution's villainous tactics. One particular moment saw Batista express disgust as Triple H and Ric Flair boasted about how they had intimidated and/or beat up Jim Ross, Danny Hodge, and Stacy Keibler. Regardless, he continued to show his loyalty to Triple H and Evolution by running down to the ring and assisting them in matches.

As 2005 began, Triple H realized the possibility of Batista becoming a threat to his World Heavyweight Championship. Triple H suggested that he not enter the Royal Rumble, claiming that it would be selfish of him to do so, and to simply focus on Triple H retaining the title. Batista entered anyway and went on to win the Rumble earning the right to participate in the main event of WrestleMania 21 against the World Champion of his choice.[33] In an attempt to persuade Batista to challenge WWE Champion John "Bradshaw" Layfield rather than him, Triple H concocted a scheme to have Batista run over in a limousine resembling the one used by Layfield. Initially, Dave did not want help from Evolution and wanted to confront JBL by himself. Triple H insisted that Evolution stick together and accompani


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2010-09-27 23:27:35

The Undertaker
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This article is about the professional wrestler. For other uses, see Undertaker (disambiguation).
The Undertaker

Ring name(s) Kane the Undertaker[1]
Master of Pain[1]
"Mean" Mark Callous[1]
The Punisher[2]
Texas Red[1]
(The) Undertaker [3]
Billed height 6 ft 10.5 in (2.10 m)[3]
Billed weight 299 lb (136 kg)[3]
Born March 24, 1965 (1965-03-24) (age 45)[4]
Houston, Texas, U.S.
Resides Austin, Texas, U.S.
Billed from Death Valley[3] (1990-1999, 2004-present)
Houston, Texas (1984-1990, 2000-2003)
Trained by Don Jardine[1]
Debut 01990-11-19 November 19, 1990 (WWE Debut)[5]

Mark William Calaway (born March 24, 1965)[4] is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name The Undertaker. He is signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), currently wrestling on the SmackDown brand.

Mark Calaway began his wrestling career with World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) in 1984. He joined World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as "Mean" Mark Callous in 1989. When WCW did not renew Calaway's contract in 1990, he joined the World Wrestling Federation (which later became World Wrestling Entertainment in 2002) as The Undertaker in November of that year and has remained with that company ever since.

The Undertaker has two contrasting gimmicks: "the Deadman", an undead occult like figure, and "the American Bad Ass", a biker. The specialty matches connected to The Undertaker are the Casket match, the Buried Alive match, the notorious Hell in a Cell, and the Last Ride match. The Undertaker's kayfabe half-brother is Kane, whom he has teamed up with as the Brothers of Destruction. The Undertaker is undefeated at WrestleMania with an 18-0 record, which is the single longest undefeated Wrestlemania streak in WWE history. Calaway is a seven-time world champion: a four-time WWF/E Champion and three-time World Heavyweight Champion. The Undertaker is also a one-time WWF Hardcore champion, and a seven-time world tag team champion: a six-time WWF World Tag Team Champion, and one-time WCW World Tag Team Champion. The Undertaker was the winner of the 2007 Royal Rumble and became the first man to win the Rumble at number 30.

Contents [hide]
1 Professional wrestling career
1.1 Early career (1984-1990)
1.2 World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (1990-present)
1.2.1 Debut and various feuds (1990-1994)
1.2.2 Return; feud with Mankind (1994-1997)
1.2.3 Hell in a Cell; Brothers of Destruction (1997-1998)
1.2.4 Ministry of Darkness (1999)
1.2.5 American Bad Ass/Big Evil (2000-2003)
1.2.6 Return of the Deadman (2004-2007)
1.2.7 World Heavyweight Champion (2007-2008)
1.2.8 Various rivalries (2008-2009)
1.2.9 Third World Heavyweight Championship reign and vegetative state (2009-2010)
1.2.10 Summerslam Return (2010-present)
2 Other media
3 Personal life
4 In wrestling
5 Championships and accomplishments
5.1 WrestleMania record
6 References
7 External links

Professional wrestling career
Early career (1984-1990)
Calaway made his debut in 1984 in World Class Championship Wrestling under the ring name "Texas Red".[5] He wrestled and lost his first match against Bruiser Brody.[5] In 1988, after four years in the promotion, he left and joined the Continental Wrestling Association (which became the United States Wrestling Association after Jerry Jarrett merged CWA with WCCW), wrestling under several gimmicks. On April 1, 1989, he was booked to win his first professional wrestling title, the USWA Unified World Heavyweight Championship, defeating Jerry "The King" Lawler, under the stage name "The Master of Pain". While performing as "The Punisher", Calaway won the WCWA Texas Heavyweight Championship on October 5, 1989 when Eric Embry forfeited the title.[6]

His first mainstream exposure was when he joined World Championship Wrestling in late 1989. While there, he was known as "Mean Mark" Callous and along with "Dangerous Dan" Spivey", wrestled as part of the Skyscrapers tag team, managed by Teddy Long.[7] During his time in the Skyscrapers, he and Spivey were involved in a feud with the Road Warriors,[8] but Spivey left before the feud came to an end.

As he went into singles competition, Calaway took on the guidance of Paul E. Dangerously and defeated Johnny Ace at Capital Combat and defeated Brian Pillman at the Clash of the Champions. In July 1990, he wrestled against Lex Luger for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship at The Great American Bash, but lost when Luger pinned him after a clothesline. WCW declined to renew Calaway's contract, after losing his last match to NWA World Heavyweight Champion Sting on September 1, 1990 at a live event.

During his stint in WCW, Calaway then briefly wrestled in New Japan Pro Wrestling as Punisher Dice Morgan. After leaving WCW, he briefly returned to the USWA to participate in a tournament to determine the new USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion; he defeated Bill Dundee in the first round, but lost to Jerry Lawler in the quarterfinals. In October 1990, he signed with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).

World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (1990-present)
Debut and various feuds (1990-1994)
Calaway made his WWF debut as "Kane the Undertaker" at a taping of WWF Superstars on November 19, 1990.[9] The appearance of The Undertaker's first Deadman persona was modeled after a mortician from old Western movies, wearing a trench coat and black hat with grey gloves and boot covers. Under this Deadman persona, he was impervious to pain, something accomplished by Calaway no-selling his opponents' attacks. Calaway made his official on-camera debut on November 22 at Survivor Series as a heel when he was the mystery partner of Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar team, where he was simply called The Undertaker.[10] Approximately one minute into the match, The Undertaker eliminated Koko B. Ware with his finisher, the Tombstone Piledriver. He also eliminated Dusty Rhodes before being counted out. Shortly after Survivor Series, "Kane" was dropped from his name, and he was called simply The Undertaker. It was at this time that The Undertaker switched managers from Brother Love to Paul Bearer - a histrionic[disambiguation needed], ghostly character, almost always seen bearing an urn from which The Undertaker was said to draw mystical power from, reviving his strength during his matches. During his heel run, Undertaker would place his defeated opponents (almost always jobbers) in a bodybag and carry him to the back.[11]

He made his WrestleMania debut at WrestleMania VII, quickly defeating "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka.[12] The win was the first in his undefeated streak at the event. He began his first major feud with The Ultimate Warrior, when he attacked the Warrior and locked him in an airtight casket on the set of his manager, Paul Bearer's Funeral Parlour interview segment. After a year of battles with the Warrior, Randy Savage,[10] Sid Justice, Sgt. Slaughter, and Hulk Hogan, he defeated Hogan to win his first WWF Championship at Survivor Series, and thus became the youngest WWF Champion in history until having this record broken by Yokozuna in 1993.[13] WWF President Jack Tunney ordered a rematch for This Tuesday in Texas six days later, where The Undertaker lost the title back to Hogan.[13]

In February 1992, The Undertaker's ally Jake "The Snake" Roberts tried to attack Randy Savage's manager/wife Miss Elizabeth with a steel chair when The Undertaker stopped him, becoming a fan favorite for the first time. Then, The Undertaker defeated Roberts at WrestleMania VIII.[12] He then feuded extensively with wrestlers managed by Harvey Wippleman throughout 1992 and 1993, including a casket match at the Royal Rumble. At the Royal Rumble, Yokozuna sealed The Undertaker in the casket with the assistance of several other villainous wrestlers, winning the match. The Undertaker's "spirit" appeared from inside the casket on the video screen, warning that he would return.[14]

Return; feud with Mankind (1994-1997)

Paul Bearer betrayed Undertaker by hitting him with the urn he is seen


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2010-09-27 23:29:09

John Layfield
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This article is about the professional wrestler and Fox News business analyst. For the seventeenth century theologian, see John Layfield (theologian).
John Layfield

Ring name(s) Blackjack Bradshaw[1]
Bradshaw[1]
Death Mask[1]
John "Bradshaw" Layfield[1]
Johnny Hawk[1]
Justin Bradshaw[1]
Vampiro Americano[1][1]
Billed height 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)[2]
Billed weight 290 lb (130 kg)[2]
Born November 29, 1966 (1966-11-29) (age 43)[3]
Sweetwater, Texas[1]
Resides New York, New York[1]
Billed from New York City, New York
Trained by Black Bart[4]
Brad Rheingans[1][4]
Debut September 23, 1992[1][4]
Retired April 5, 2009[4]

John Charles Layfield (born November 29, 1966)[3] is an American Retired professional wrestler and a current commentator/host for mixed martial arts promotion Vyper Fight League.[5] Layfield is best known by his ring names, Bradshaw, John "Bradshaw" Layfield or JBL from his time in World Wrestling Entertainment, where he is the longest reigning WWE Champion in SmackDown history with a reign lasting 280 days.

Layfield's main gimmick as John "Bradshaw" Layfield (JBL) - a wealthy, gladhanding businessman - was based on Layfield's real-life accomplishments as a stock market investor. Layfield is a regular panelist on Fox News Channel's The Cost of Freedom, has appeared on CNBC, and has written a best-selling book on financial planning called Have More Money Now. (ISBN 0-7434-6633-0). Layfield also hosts a weekend talk radio program, syndicated nationally by Talk Radio Network, in which he discusses his conservative political views.[6] Layfield is also employed by Northeast Securities as its Senior Vice President.[7]

In WWE, Layfield held six championships multiple times including one reign as WWE Champion, one reign as United States Champion, one reign as European Champion, seventeen reigns as Hardcore Champion, one reign as Intercontinental Champion, and three reigns as World Tag Team Champion with Faarooq as part of the Acolytes Protection Agency (APA).[8] He is also recognized as the twentieth Triple Crown Champion, and the tenth Grand Slam Champion.

Contents [hide]
1 Football
2 Professional wrestling career
2.1 Global Wrestling Federation (1992-1994)
2.2 World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment (1996-2009)
2.2.1 Debut (1996-1997)
2.2.2 New Blackjacks (1997-1998)
2.2.3 The Acolytes / Acolytes Protection Agency (1998-2002)
2.2.4 Singles competition (2002-2003)
2.2.5 APA reunion (2003-2004)
2.2.6 JBL, WWE Champion and the Cabinet (2004-2005)
2.2.7 Sporadic feuds and United States Champion (2005-2006)
2.2.8 Semi-retirement and commentator (2006-2007)
2.2.9 Return to the ring and Return to Raw (2007-2008)
2.2.10 Pursuit of the World Heavyweight Championship (2008)
2.2.11 Feuding with Shawn Michaels (2008-2009)
2.2.12 Intercontinental Champion and retirement and departure (2009)
2.3 Vyper Fight League (2009)
3 Personal life
4 In wrestling
5 Championships and accomplishments
5.1 College football
5.2 Professional wrestling
6 Notes
7 External links

[edit] Football
Prior to his professional wrestling career, Layfield was a collegiate American football coach for Trinity Valley Community College and player for Abilene Christian University.[9] At Abilene, Layfield was a two-year starter on the offensive line and was named first-team All-Lone Star Conference as a junior and senior.

Layfield signed with the Los Angeles Raiders as an undrafted free agent, but was released before the 1990 season began. Layfield did play in the World League of American Football, starting all ten games of the 1991 season at right tackle for the San Antonio Riders, wearing jersey number 61.

[edit] Professional wrestling career
[edit] Global Wrestling Federation (1992-1994)
Layfield was trained initially by Brad Rheingans and first started wrestling in the Global Wrestling Federation (GWF) in Texas. His first gimmick was as Johnny Hawk, storyline cousin of the Windham brothers. He formed the tag team "Texas Mustangs" with Bobby Duncum, Jr.; they quickly won the GWF Tag Team Championship from Rough Riders (Black Bart and Johnny Mantell) on November 27[10] but dropped the titles to Bad Breed (Ian and Axl Rotten) on January 29, 1993. Later that year, Hawk won his second GWF Tag Team Championship with Black Bart on December 25 from Steve Dane and Chaz Taylor.[10] They held the title for a long time before losing them to The Fabulous Freebirds (Jimmy Garvin and Terry Gordy) on June 3, 1994. Layfield also won the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship on January 14, 1995, defeating Kevin Von Erich.[11] Two months later, he lost the NWA North American Title to Greg "The Hammer" Valentine.

[edit] World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment (1996-2009)
[edit] Debut (1996-1997)
After three and a half years touring the independent circuit, Layfield signed a contract with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in late 1995 and debuted in January 1996 as Justin "Hawk" Bradshaw.[1] His initial gimmick was that of a tough cowboy/mountain man.[12] After victories, he branded his opponents with the symbol "JB". Of course, the brand was in ink, rather than being seared into the flesh. Managed by Uncle Zebekiah, the character fizzled out by the end of the year, perhaps remembered only for a feud with Savio Vega and a match with Fatu which he won in eight seconds.

[edit] New Blackjacks (1997-1998)
Main article: The New Blackjacks
Layfield paired up with his storyline cousin Barry Windham to form The New Blackjacks, complete with the traditional "Blackjack" handlebar mustaches and short, jet black hair.[13]

Windham's injuries piled up throughout 1997, so the team disbanded, and Layfield wrestled only occasionally on TV as "Blackjack Bradshaw", sometimes teaming with fellow Texan Terry Funk.[14] He earned a shot at the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship against Jeff Jarrett at No Way Out of Texas: In Your House and won by disqualification but Jarrett retained the title because a title cannot change hands by a disqualification.[15] In 1998, he wrestled as a mid-carder wrestling the likes of Marc Mero at Mayhem in Manchester,[16] Kaientai (Funaki, Dick Togo, and Men's Teioh) with Taka Michinoku in a handicap match at Over the Edge,[17] and Vader in a Falls Count Anywhere match at Breakdown.[18]

[edit] The Acolytes / Acolytes Protection Agency (1998-2002)
Main article: Acolytes Protection Agency
In late 1998, Bradshaw teamed alongside former Nation of Domination member Faarooq to form the tag team Hell's Henchmen, managed by the Jackyl. After the Jackyl left the WWF, Faarooq and Bradshaw joined The Undertaker's new Ministry of Darkness under the name The Acolytes.[19] The Ministry went on to feud with the Corporation. As part of the Ministry, Bradshaw feuded with Ken Shamrock. The two stables would soon unite as the Corporate Ministry, but disbanded after Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated the Undertaker at Fully Loaded. When the Undertaker went on hiatus in September, Bradshaw and Faarooq's dark gimmick faded.

On the May 31, 1999 edition of Raw is War, the Acolytes (still with the Corporate Ministry) won their first WWF Tag Team Championship by defeating Kane and X-Pac.[20] On the July 5 edition of Raw is War, they dropped the titles to the Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff)[21] before defeating the Hardyz and their manager Michael "P.S." Hayes at Fully Loaded for their second WWF Tag Team Championship.[22] On the August 9 edition of Raw is War, they lost the titles to Kane and X-Pac.

The duo became fan favorites and changed their gimmick to cigar-smoking, bar-brawlers-for-hire.[19] In jeans and t-shirts, Faarooq and Bradshaw became the Acolytes Protection Agency (APA), with a motto of "because we need beer money." The duo was often seen in the backrooms of arenas with a poker table and later a framed doorway comically in the middle of the often large, open aired hallways; they insisted that anyone entering the space use th


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2010-09-27 23:30:44

Bill Belichick
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Bill Belichick

Belichick during an August 28, 2009 preseason game against the Washington Redskins.
Date of birth April 16, 1952 (1952-04-16) (age 58)
Place of birth Nashville, Tennessee
Position(s) Head coach
College Wesleyan University
Awards *2× AP NFL Coach of the Year (2003, 2007)
* NFL 2000s All-Decade Team
*5× Super Bowl champion (XXI, XXV, XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX)
Regular season 150-93-0
Postseason 15-5
Career record 165-98-0
Super Bowl
wins 2004 Super Bowl XXXIX
2003 Super Bowl XXXVIII
2001 Super Bowl XXXVI
Championships
won 2007 AFC Championship
2004 AFC Championship
2003 AFC Championship
2001 AFC Championship
Stats
Coaching stats Pro Football Reference
Coaching stats DatabaseFootball
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980-1984

1985-1990

1991-1995

1996

1997-1999

2000-present Baltimore Colts
(special assistant)
Detroit Lions
(assistant special teams coach)
Detroit Lions
(wide receivers coach)
(tight ends coach)
Denver Broncos
(assistant special teams coach)
(defensive assistant)
New York Giants
(special teams coach)
(defensive assistant)
New York Giants
(linebackers coach)
(special teams coach)
New York Giants
(defensive coordinator)
Cleveland Browns
(head coach)
New England Patriots
(assistant head coach)
(secondary coach)
New York Jets
(assistant head coach)
(defensive backs coach)
New England Patriots
(head coach)

William Stephen "Bill" Belichick (born April 16, 1952) is an American football head coach for the New England Patriots of the National Football League. After spending his first 15 seasons in the league as an assistant coach, Belichick got his first head coaching job with the Cleveland Browns in 1991. Of his five seasons coaching Cleveland, only one featured a winning record, and Belichick did not serve as head coach again until 2000 with the Patriots. Since then, Belichick has coached the Patriots to four Super Bowls; three victories in Super Bowls XXXVI, XXXVIII, and XXXIX, and a loss in Super Bowl XLII. He was named the AP NFL Coach of the Year twice, for the 2003 and 2007 seasons. During the 2007 season, the Patriots became the first team ever to finish the regular season with a 16-0 record; however, that team lost in the Super Bowl.

Contents [hide]
1 Early life
2 Coaching career
2.1 Early coaching positions
2.2 New York Giants
2.3 Cleveland Browns
2.4 New England Patriots (1996)
2.5 New York Jets
2.6 New England Patriots
2.7 Illegal sideline videotaping
2.7.1 Contract status2.7.2 Overall record in New England
3 Head coaching record
4 Coaching tree
5 Personal life
6 Media and entertainment
7 Notes and references
8 Further reading
9 External links

[edit] Early life
Belichick was born in Nashville, Tennessee, and raised in Annapolis, Maryland, where his father Steve Belichick, a former Detroit Lions player and ethnic Croat, was an assistant football coach at the United States Naval Academy; the senior Belichick was a defensive coach at Vanderbilt when his son was born. After graduating from Annapolis High School he attended Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts for a postgraduate year. Belichick subsequently attended Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut where he played center/tight end. In addition to being a member of the football team, he also played lacrosse and squash, serving as the captain of the lacrosse team during his senior season. He is a member of Chi Psi fraternity and graduated in 1975 with a degree in economics.

[edit] Coaching career
[edit] Early coaching positions
After graduating, he took a $25-per-week job as an assistant to Baltimore Colts head coach Ted Marchibroda in 1975.[1] In 1976, Belichick joined the Detroit Lions as their assistant special teams coach before adding tight ends and wide receivers to his coaching duties in 1977. He spent the 1978 season with the Denver Broncos as their assistant special teams coach and defensive assistant.

[edit] New York Giants
In 1979, Belichick began his 12-year stint with the New York Giants alongside head coach Ray Perkins as a defensive assistant and special teams coach. He added linebackers coaching to his duties in 1980 and was named defensive coordinator in 1985 under head coach Bill Parcells, who had replaced Perkins in 1983. The Giants won Super Bowls following the 1986 and 1990 seasons. His defensive game plan from the New York Giants' 20-19 upset of the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXV is now in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

[edit] Cleveland Browns
From 1991 until 1995, Belichick was the head coach of the Cleveland Browns. During his tenure in Cleveland he compiled a 36-44 record, leading the team to its most recent playoff game win in 1994. In Belichick's last season in Cleveland the Browns finished 5-11. In November of that year Browns owner Art Modell announced he would move the team to Baltimore after the season. Belichick resigned early in February 1996.[2]

[edit] New England Patriots (1996)
After leaving Cleveland, Belichick served under Parcells again as assistant head coach and defensive backs coach with the Patriots for the 1996 season. The Patriots finished with an 11-5 record, won the AFC championship, but lost to the Green Bay Packers at Super Bowl XXXI.

[edit] New York Jets
Soon after Super Bowl XXXI, Belichick (and most of the Patriots assistant coaches) migrated with Parcells to the New York Jets. Belichick served as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator for the Jets from 1997 to 1999. When Parcells stepped down as head coach in 1999, Belichick became the new Jets head coach. However, Belichick's introduction to the media the following day turned out to be a surprise resignation announcement. Before taking the podium, he scrawled a resignation note on a sheet of loose leaf paper that read, in its entirety, "I resign as HC of the NYJ." He then delivered a half-hour speech explaining his resignation to the assembled press corps.[3]

Shortly afterward, he accepted an offer from the Patriots to become their new head coach, who had previously tried to hire him away from the Jets. Parcells and the Jets claimed that Belichick was still under contract, and demanded compensation from the Patriots. NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue agreed, and the Patriots gave the Jets a first-round draft pick in 2000 in exchange for the right to hire Belichick.[4]

[edit] New England Patriots
Bill Belichick was named New England Patriots head coach in 2000, succeeding Pete Carroll. Owner Robert Kraft also gave Belichick most authority over football operations, effectively making him the team's general manager as well. He is one of three current NFL coaches with the title or powers of general manager, the others being the Philadelphia Eagles' Andy Reid and the Washington Redskins' Mike Shanahan.

Until 2009, Belichick split many of the duties normally held by a general manager on other clubs with player personnel director Scott Pioli, now the general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs. However, Belichick had the final say.[5]

The Patriots went 5-11 in the regular season and missed the playoffs. To date, this is Belichick's only losing season with the Patriots.

In 2001, the Patriots went 11-5 in the regular season, and defeated the Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers on the way to the Super Bowl. In Super Bowl XXXVI, Belichick's defense held the St. Louis Rams' offense, which had averaged 31 points during the season, to 17 points, and the Patriots won on a last second field goal by Adam Vinatieri. The win was the first Super Bowl championship in Patriots history.

The following season (2002), the Patriots went 9-7 and missed the playoffs. New England finished with the same record as the New York Jets, but the Jets clinched the AFC East title as a result of the third tiebreaker (record among common opponents).

The Patriots' 2003 seaso


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2010-09-27 23:31:24

Toy Story 3
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This article is about the film. For the game based on the film, see Toy Story 3: The Video Game.
Toy Story 3

Theatrical poster
Directed by Lee Unkrich
Produced by Darla K. Anderson
John Lasseter (Executive)
Nicole Paradis Grindle (Associate)
Screenplay by Michael Arndt
Story by John Lasseter
Andrew Stanton
Lee Unkrich
Starring Tom Hanks
Tim Allen
Joan Cusack
Ned Beatty
Don Rickles
Michael Keaton
Wallace Shawn
John Ratzenberger
Estelle Harris
John Morris
Jodi Benson
Laurie Metcalf
Blake Clark
Whoopi Goldberg
Music by Randy Newman
Editing by Ken Schretzmann
Studio Pixar Animation Studios
Distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Release date(s) June 12, 2010 (2010-06-12)%u2002(Taormina)
June 18, 2010%u2002(United States)
Running time 108 minutes[1]
Country United States
Language English
Budget $200 million[2]
Gross revenue $1,050,790,000[3]
Preceded by Toy Story 2

Toy Story 3 is a 2010 American 3D computer-animated film. It is the third film in the Toy Story series.[4] The film is produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures.

Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Don Rickles, Estelle Harris, John Ratzenberger, Wallace Shawn, Jeff Pidgeon, Jodi Benson, R. Lee Ermey, John Morris, and Laurie Metcalf all reprised their voice-over roles from the previous films. Jim Varney, who played Slinky Dog in the first two films, and Joe Ranft, who portrayed Wheezy and Lenny, both died before production began on the third film. The role of Slinky was taken over by Blake Clark, while Ranft's characters and various others were written out of the story (Wheezy, Etch, and Bo Peep, for example, are mentioned in the beginning as having been sold). New characters include voice-overs by Ned Beatty, Timothy Dalton, Bonnie Hunt, Whoopi Goldberg, Jeff Garlin, and Michael Keaton.

Toy Story 3 was released worldwide in June, July and August. The feature broke the record of Shrek the Third as the biggest single day North American gross for an animated film unadjusted for inflation and a big opening with an unadjusted gross of $110,307,189.[5][6] It is also the highest-grossing opening weekend for a Pixar film, as well as the highest-grossing opening weekend for a film to have opened in the month of June.

The film is currently the highest-grossing film of 2010 in the United States and Canada, and the highest-grossing film of 2010 worldwide. In July, it surpassed Finding Nemo to become Pixar's highest ever grossing film at the North American box office, and in early August, the film became Pixar's highest-grossing film worldwide and surpassed Shrek 2 as the highest-grossing animated film of all-time worldwide. In late August, Toy Story 3 became the first ever Pixar film and animated film in history to make $1 billion worldwide. It is currently the 5th highest-grossing film worldwide of all time.[2][7][8]

Contents [hide]
1 Plot
2 Voice cast
3 Development
4 Marketing
4.1 Home media
5 Reception
5.1 Box office
5.2 Awards and nominations
6 Music
7 Pixar motifs
7.1 Attached short film
7.2 References to other Pixar films
8 References
9 External links

[edit] Plot
Andy, who is now seventeen years old, has outgrown his old toys, some of which have been either sold or given away. The others have been stored in his toy box and are being kept there while Andy prepares for college. Sarge and the rest of the Green Army Men escape out the window to avoid getting thrown away. Andy decides to take Woody with him and packs the other toys in a garbage bag, intending to store them in the attic, but Andy's mom mistakenly puts the bag out on the roadside as garbage. Believing that Andy no longer wants them, the toys sneak into a box to be donated to Sunnyside Daycare. Woody, who saw what really happened, tries to clear up the misunderstanding, but the others refuse to listen.

The toys are driven to Sunnyside where they receive a warm welcome from the daycare toys, led by Lots-O'-Huggin' Bear (a.k.a. Lotso). Woody tries to convince the others to return to Andy, but they feel that they would be happier at Sunnyside, so they let him leave without them. The others soon discover the children Lotso assigned them with are too young, and they are innocently abused and tortured. Meanwhile, Molly's Barbie, who was also donated begins to fall for Ken, who is Lotso's right hand man and is also falling for Barbie. Buzz goes to ask Lotso to transfer them to the older children, but learns they were put in the younger children's room on purpose and is caught by some of the Sunnyside toys and reset to his original, deluded space ranger self.

During his escape from Sunnyside, Woody is found and taken in by a girl from the daycare named Bonnie. One of Bonnie's toys named Chuckles reveals to Woody the truth about Lotso and Sunnyside: Lotso, Chuckles and Lotso's chief enforcer Big Baby, had once been owned by a little girl named Daisy, but Lotso snapped after his owner lost and replaced him, so he took over Sunnyside and turned it into a prison. At the daycare, the others discover that Andy is looking for them when Mrs. Potato Head sees him through her missing eye, which was lost in Andy's room. The toys try to leave but are imprisoned by Lotso and his henchmen, including Buzz in his demo mode.

Woody returns to Sunnyside to help his friends break out, when he runs into Chatter Telephone, who tells him that the only way out of Sunnyside is through a garbage chute. Together, the toys formulate an escape plan involving returning Buzz to normal, and taking out a cymbal-banging monkey in the security camera room. During the escape, the toys accidentally reset Buzz to his Spanish mode during the escape, after which he joins their side (believing they know where his spaceship is) and impresses Jessie. The toys use a garbage chute to reach a dumpster outside the daycare, but Lotso and his henchmen catch them (having beaten Chatter Telephone for telling Woody how to break out). Ken protects Andy's toys, saying that being in love with Barbie has changed him, and that he has turned against Lotso. Woody explains to Lotso's henchmen about Lotso's past, and when Lotso finally goes too far, Big Baby throws Lotso in the dumpster. Lotso pulls Woody into the dumpster just before a garbage truck arrives, forcing the others (besides Barbie and Ken) to rescue him. In the chaos of falling garbage, Buzz rescues Jessie from being crushed, which results in a broken TV falling on him, resetting him to normal, with no memory of his other modes.

The toys arrive at a waste plant where they are pushed onto a conveyor belt. The toys use the ceiling (a magnet) to escape a shredder, but find Lotso stuck under a golf bag calling for help. Woody and Buzz manage to rescue him just in time. Soon the toys discover that the conveyor belt is taking them to an incinerator. Lotso discovers an emergency stop button and gets Woody to help him up the ladder toward it. But when he reaches the button, he betrays his rescuers and refuses to push it, causing them to fall into the chute of the incinerator. They hold hands in solidarity when they realize there is no way out, and are carried slowly towards the flame. At the last minute, they are rescued by a claw crane operated by the squeeze toy aliens. Later, Lotso is found by a garbage man, who ties him to the front of his truck.

The toys return to Andy's house on a garbage truck and prepare to be stored in the attic. Woody decides he and his friends would better serve their purpose elsewhere. He writes a message on a post-it note and sticks it on the box with all the toys inside. After reading the message, Andy takes the toys to Bonnie. He introduces each toy individually and is surprised to find Woody included, but decides to let Bonnie have him. Then together with Bonnie, Andy plays with his toys one more time before he leaves for college. As Andy drives off, Woody sadly waves goodbye to his former owner, and he is


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2010-09-27 23:32:46

You've Got a Friend in Me
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"You've Got a Friend in Me"
Single by Randy Newman & Lyle Lovett
from the album Toy Story (An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack)
Released April 12, 1996[1]
Format Cassette, CD
Genre Jazz
Length 2:42
Label Walt Disney Records
Writer(s) Randy Newman

"You've Got a Friend in Me" is a song written and first recorded by Randy Newman. Originally written as the theme song for the 1995 Disney·Pixar animated film Toy Story, it has since become the theme song for its sequels, Toy Story 2 (1999) and Toy Story 3 (2010). The song was nominated for both the 1995 Academy Award for Best Original Song and the 1996 Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song but lost both to another Disney song, "Colors of the Wind" from Pocahontas.

Like many other Disney theme songs, "You've Got a Friend in Me" has been covered numerous times. Cover versions featured in the three Toy Story films include a duet with Newman and Lyle Lovett in Toy Story, a version by Robert Goulet and an instrumental by Tom Scott in Toy Story 2, and a Spanish language version by the Gipsy Kings in Toy Story 3.

Contents [hide]
1 Other versions
2 Lyrics
3 Tonalities
4 Chart performance
5 Release history
6 References
7 External links

[edit] Other versions
Bryan White covered the song for the 1996 tribute album The Best of Country Sing the Best of Disney.
Pixar posted two music videos to their official YouTube channel which consist of an "official" and a "hyper" remix of this song. (Both are by someone credited as "DJ Synd".)
More recently, Pixar posted a new remix of the song, based on the Robert Goulet version. This version was remixed by DJ Sam Spiegel, a.k.a. Squeak E. Clean.
Riders in the Sky performed a cover of this song on the album Woody's Roundup: A Rootin' Tootin' Collection of Woody's Favorite Songs. The album won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Musical Album for Children.
Randy Newman arranged the song (along with "Strange Things" and other themes from the films) for the Buzz Lightyear attractions (Like Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters) at Disney parks. One of the places it can be heard is on The Official Album of the Disneyland Resort. In the rides, it can be heard in the exit queue.
Jennifer Hammond arranged this song and other themes from the films for the Toy Story Midway Mania! attraction (in a more carnival-style). It or another version of it can be heard at the official Toy Story website, under "Games" and "Toy Story Mania!".
Within Toy Story 2, there is a scene from Woody's Roundup where the Woody doll on the show sings this song on a guitar, and then a kid on the set hugs him. (Performed by Tom Hanks.)
Mannheim Steamroller covered the song on their 1999 album, Mannheim Steamroller Meets the Mouse.
Voice Male made an a cappella version of this song on their album At the Movies.
Similarly, Dick Van Dyke and The Vantastix did their own a cappella version of this song for their album Put on a Happy Face.
American rock band The Fray has also performed their own rendition of the song during the 2007 Disney Grad Nite event. They have also covered it at other live shows.
DZEC's program Tambalang OK, anchored by Onin Miranda and Ros Olgado, used this song as a background music.
At the end of Toy Story 2, Wheezy (after getting his squeaker fixed), sings this song. While the character was voiced by Joe Ranft in the film, his singing voice was the previously mentioned Robert Goulet.
Due to Buzz Lightyear being reset into Spanish in the movie, Toy Story 3 has a Spanish language version of the song, "Hay Un Amigo En Mí", performed by the Gipsy Kings. During the end credits, Buzz Lightyear and Jessie perform a pasodoble to the song.
Another Spanish version of the song, titled "Yo Soy Tu Amigo Fiel!" (Spanish for "I Am Your Faithful Friend!") was covered by Aleks Syntek and Danna Paola.
The German version of the song is titled "Du hast 'nen Freund in mir". The title and the song itself is a fairly direct translation of the English original. Artists such as Klaus Lage and Izumo Kotetsu have posted cover versions on the internet.
Kenny Loggins covered it on his 2009 album All Join In.
[edit] Lyrics
Original

You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

When the road looks rough ahead,

And you're miles and miles from your nice warm bed

You just remember what your old pal said,

Boy, you've got a friend in me

Yeah, you've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

You got troubles,

and I got them too

There isn't anything

I wouldn't do for you

We stick together, we can see it through

Cause you've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

Some other folks might be a little bit smarter than I am

Bigger and stronger too

Maybe

but none of them

will ever love you

the way I do

it's me and you, boy

And as the years go by,

Our friendship will never die

You're gonna see it's our destiny

You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

Duet Version

You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

When the road looks rough ahead

And you're miles and miles from your nice warm bed

You just remember what your old pal said

Boy, you've got a friend in me

Yeah, you've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

If you've got troubles, I got 'em too

There isn't anything I wouldn't do for you

We stick together, we can see it through

'Cause you've got a friend in me

Yeah, you've got a friend in me

Some other folks might be a little bit smarter than I am

Bigger and stronger too, maybe

But none of them will ever love you the way I do

It's me and you, boy

And as the years go by

Our friendship will never die

You're gonna see it's our destiny

You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

Yeah, you've got a friend in me

Wheezy's Version

You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

When the road looks rough ahead

And you're miles and miles from your nice warm bed

You just remember what your old pal said

Son, you've got a friend in me

Yeah, you've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend in me

You got troubles

Then I got 'em too

There isn't anything

I wouldn't do for you

We stick together, we can see it through

Cause you've got a friend in me (Yes, you do)

Yeah, you've got a friend in me

Some other folks might be a little bit smarter than I am

Bigger and stronger too

Maybe

But none of them

Will ever love you

The way I do

Just me and you, babe

And as the years go by

Our friendship will never die

You're gonna see it's our destiny

You've got a friend in me

You just remember what your old pal said

Son, you've got a friend in me

We stick together, we can see it through

Cause you've got a friend in me

Some other folks might be a little bit smarter than I am

Bigger and stronger too

Maybe

But none of them

Will ever love you

The way I do

Just me and you, babe

And as the years go by (Years go by)

Our friendship will never die (Never die)

You're gonna see it's our destiny

You've got a friend in me (Yes, you do)

You've got a friend in me (That's the truth)

You've got a friend in me

Yeah!

[edit] Tonalities
The original solo version of the song is sung in the key of E%u266D major, which is the same key when sung as a duet. Robert Goulet's version starts in the key of A major, eventually modulating a semitone up to B%u266D major. Riders in the Sky sings the song in C major. The Spanish version sung by the Gipsy Kings maintains the original tonality, in E%u266D major.

[edit] Chart performance
Chart (1996) Peak
position
Canadian RPM Adult Contem


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2010-09-27 23:33:32

Bon Jovi
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Bon Jovi

Bon Jovi in Montreal in 2007 during the Lost Highway Tour.
Background information
Origin Sayreville, New Jersey, United States
Genres Hard rock,[1] heavy metal,[2][3][4][5] Glam metal
Years active 1983-present
Labels Island, Mercury, Mercury Nashville
Website www.bonjovi.com
Members
Jon Bon Jovi
Richie Sambora
Tico Torres
David Bryan
Former members
Alec John Such

Bon Jovi is an American hard rock band from Sayreville, New Jersey. Formed in 1983, Bon Jovi consists of lead singer and namesake 'Jon Bon Jovi' (John Francis Bongiovi, Jr.), guitarist Richie Sambora, keyboardist David Bryan, drummer Tico Torres as well as current bassist Hugh McDonald.[6] The band's line-up has remained mostly static during their history, the only exception being the departure of Alec John Such in 1994, who was unofficially replaced by Hugh McDonald. The band became known for writing several rock anthems, and achieved widespread recognition with their third album Slippery When Wet, released in 1986.

After touring and recording non-stop during the late 1980s, the band went on hiatus following the New Jersey Tour in 1990, during which time Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora both released successful solo albums. In 1992, the band returned with the album Keep the Faith. Their 2000 single "It's My Life", which followed a second hiatus, successfully introduced the band to a younger audience. Bon Jovi have been known to use different styles in their music, which has included country for their 2007 album Lost Highway. Their latest album, The Circle, was released on 10 November 2009 in the United States.

Throughout their career, the band have released twelve studio albums, two compilation albums and one live album, and have sold over 130 million records worldwide.[7] They have performed more than 2,600 concerts in over 50 countries for more than 34 million fans,[8] and were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2006.[9] The band was also honored with the Award of Merit at the American Music Awards in 2004,[10] and as songwriters and collaborators, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2009.[11]

Contents [hide]
1 History
1.1 Formation (1982-83)
1.2 Early years (1984-85)
1.3 Slippery When Wet (1986-87)
1.4 New Jersey (1988-90)
1.5 Solo albums (1990-91)
1.6 Keep the Faith (1992-93)
1.7 Cross Road and These Days (1994-96)
1.8 Hiatus (1997-99)
1.9 Crush and One Wild Night (2000-01)
1.10 Bounce and This Left Feels Right (2002-04)
1.11 Have a Nice Day (2005-06)
1.12 Lost Highway (2007-08)
1.13 The Circle and Greatest Hits (2009-present)
2 Band members
3 Discography
4 Festival appearances
5 Tours
6 In other media
6.1 Musical theatre
7 See also
8 References
9 Notes
10 External links

[edit] History
[edit] Formation (1982-83)

Jon Bon Jovi Richie Sambora Tico Torres David Bryan

Jon Bon Jovi began playing piano and guitar in 1975 at thirteen with his first band 'Raze'. At the age of sixteen Bon Jovi met David Bryan and formed the 12-piece cover band Atlantic City Expressway. They played New Jersey clubs even though they were minors. Still in his teens, Bon Jovi played in the band John Bongiovi and the Wild Ones, playing local clubs like "The Fast Lane" and opening for known acts in the area. By 1980, he formed another band, "The Rest", and opened up for New Jersey acts such as Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes.

By mid-1982, out of school and working part time in a woman's shoe store, Jon Bon Jovi took a job at the Power Station Studios, a Manhattan recording facility where his cousin Tony Bongiovi was co-owner. Bon Jovi made several demos - including one produced by Billy Squier - and sent them to record companies but failed to make an impact.

Bon Jovi visited the local radio station WAPP 103.5FM "The Apple" in Lake Success, New York. He spoke directly to the promotion director John Lassman, who accepted the song "Runaway" for inclusion on the station's compilation album of local homegrown talent. Bon Jovi was initially reluctant but eventually gave them the song on which Bon Jovi had used studio musicians to play on the track "Runaway". The studio musicians who helped record "Runaway" - known as The All Star Review - were guitarist Tim Pierce, keyboardist Roy Bittan, drummer Frankie LaRocka, and bassist Hugh McDonald.

The song began to get airplay in the New York area, then other sister stations in major markets picked up the song. In March 1983 Bon Jovi called David Bryan, who in turn called bassist Alec John Such (b. Alec John Such, November 14, 1952, Yonkers, New York, USA) ex-Phantom's Opera and an experienced drummer named Tico Torres. Tapped to play lead guitar was Bon Jovi's neighbor, Dave Sabo (a.k.a. The Snake) who later formed the group Skid Row. Sabo was eventually replaced by Richie Sambora (b. Richard Stephen Sambora, July 11, 1959, Perth Amboy, New Jersey, USA). Before joining the group, Sambora had toured with Joe Cocker, played with a group called Mercy and had been called up to audition for Kiss. He also played on the album Lessons with the band Message, which was re-released on CD through Long Island Records in 1995. Message was originally signed to Led Zeppelin's Swan Song Records label, although the album was never released.

Tico Torres was also an experienced musician, having recorded and played live with Phantom's Opera, The Marvelettes, and Chuck Berry. He appeared on 26 records and had recently recorded with Franke and the Knockouts, a Jersey band with hit singles during the early 1980s.

David Bryan had quit the band he and Bon Jovi founded in order to study medicine. While in college, he realized he wanted to pursue music full-time and was accepted to Juilliard School, a New York music school. When Bon Jovi called his friend and said he was putting together a band and a record deal looked likely, Bryan followed Bon Jovi's lead and gave up his studies.

[edit] Early years (1984-85)
Once the band began playing showcases and opening for local talent, they caught the attention of record executive Derek Shulman, who signed them to Mercury Records and who was part of the PolyGram company. Because Jon Bon Jovi wanted a group name, Pamela Maher, a friend of Richard Fischer and an employee of Doc McGhee, suggested she call themselves Bon Jovi, following the example of the other famous two word bands such as Van Halen. This name was chosen instead of the original idea of Johny Electric. Pamela's suggestion of the name was met with little enthusiasm, but two years later they hit the charts under that name.


Cover art for Runaway.With the help of their new manager Doc McGhee they recorded the band's debut album, Bon Jovi, which was released on January 21, 1984. The album included the band's first hit single, "Runaway", reaching Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 followed by "She Don't Know Me" which was a song Mercury requested Jon record and include on the album as part of his deal. To date, that song remains the only track that has ever been included on a Bon Jovi album for which Jon does not have any writing credit.

The group found themselves opening for Scorpions in U.S. and for Kiss in Europe. In August of 1984 the band made a appearance at the Super Rock Festival as a special guest in Japan. However, "Runaway" became a hit and Bon Jovi attracted the attention in Japan. Bon Jovi got the very first gold disc for their first album in Japan. The album peaked at #43 on the Billboard 200 album chart in U.S. and a year after its release, it was certified Gold by RIAA.

In 1985, Bon Jovi's second album 7800° Fahrenheit was released. The band released three singles "Only Lonely", "In And Out Of Love" and the ballad "Silent Night". The album peaked at #37 on Billboard 200, sold around 800.000 copies and certified Gold in U.S. While the album did not do as well as they'd hoped in terms of sales, it allowed Bon Jovi to get out on the road touring again. Their first Japanese performances as headliner which had be


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2010-09-27 23:35:25

Revolution 9
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"Revolution 9"
Recorded composition by The Beatles
from the album The Beatles

Released 22 November 1968
Recorded May-June 1968
EMI Studios, London
Genre Musique concrète, avant-garde
Length 8:22
Label Apple Records
Writer Lennon/McCartney
Producer George Martin
The Beatles track listing

[show]30 tracks
Side one0."Back in the U.S.S.R."0."Dear Prudence"0."Glass Onion"0."Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"0."Wild Honey Pie"0."The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill"0."While My Guitar Gently Weeps"0."Happiness Is a Warm Gun"Side two0."Martha My Dear"0."I'm So Tired"0."Blackbird"0."Piggies"0."Rock y Raccoon"0."Don't Pass Me By"0."Why Don't We Do It in the Road?"0."I Will"0."Julia"Side three0."Birthday"0."Yer Blues"0."Mother Nature's Son"0."Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey"0."Sexy Sadie"0."Helter Skelter"0."Long, Long, Long"Side four0."Revolution 1"0."Honey Pie"0."Savoy Truffle"0."Cry Baby Cry"0."Revolution 9"0."Good Night"

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"Revolution 9" is a recorded composition that appeared on The Beatles' 1968 self-titled LP release (popularly known as "The White Album"). The sound collage, credited to Lennon/McCartney, was created primarily by John Lennon with assistance from George Harrison and Yoko Ono. Lennon said he was trying to paint a picture of a revolution using sound. The composition was influenced by the avant-garde style of Ono as well as the musique concrète works of composers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen.

The recording began as an extended ending to the album version of "Revolution". Lennon then combined the unused coda with numerous overdubbed vocals, speech, sound effects, and short tape loops of speech and musical performances, some of which were reversed. These were further manipulated with echo, distortion, stereo panning, and fading. The loop of "number nine" featured in the recording fueled rumours about Paul McCartney's death after it was reported that it sounded like "turn me on, dead man" when played backwards.

McCartney argued against including the track on The Beatles, and it was generally poorly received by both fans and critics. At over eight minutes, it is the longest track that the Beatles officially released.

Contents [hide]
1 Background and recording
2 Structure and content
3 Album sequencing and release
4 Reception
5 Interpretation
5.1 Charles Manson
5.2 McCartney death rumour and backmasking
6 Personnel
7 Cover versions
8 Notes
9 References
10 External links

[edit] Background and recording
"Revolution 9" was not the first venture by the Beatles into experimental recordings. In January 1967, McCartney led the group in recording an unreleased piece called "Carnival of Light" during a session for "Penny Lane". McCartney said the work was inspired by composers Stockhausen and John Cage.[1] Stockhausen was also a favorite of Lennon, and was one of the people included on the Sgt. Pepper album cover. Music critic Ian McDonald wrote that "Revolution 9" may have been influenced by Stockhausen's Hymnen in particular.[2]

Another influence on Lennon was his relationship with Ono. Lennon and Ono had recently recorded their own avant-garde album, Unfinished Music No.1: Two Virgins. Lennon said: "Once I heard her stuff-not just the screeching and howling but her sort of word pieces and talking and breathing and all this strange stuff ... I got intrigued, so I wanted to do one."[3] Ono attended the recording sessions and helped Lennon select which tape loops to use.[4]

"Revolution 9" originated on 30 May 1968 during the first recording session for Lennon's composition "Revolution". Take 18 lasted more than 10 minutes and was given additional overdubs over the next two sessions. Mark Lewisohn described the last six minutes as "pure chaos ... with discordant instrumental jamming, feedback, John repeatedly screaming 'alright' and then, simply, repeatedly screaming ... with Yoko talking and saying such off-the-wall phrases as 'you become naked', and with the overlaying of miscellaneous, home-made sound effects tapes."[5]

Lennon soon decided to make the first part of the recording into a conventional Beatles song, "Revolution 1", while using the last six minutes as the basis for a separate track, "Revolution 9". He began preparing additional sound effects and tape loops: some newly recorded in the studio, some made at home, and some from the studio archives. The work culminated on 20 June, with Lennon performing a live mix from tape loops running on machines in all three studios at Abbey Road. Additional prose was overdubbed by Lennon and Harrison.[6]

More overdubs were added on 21 June followed by final mixing in stereo. The stereo master was completed on 25 June when it was shortened by 53 seconds.[7] Although other songs on the album were separately remixed for the mono version, the complexity of "Revolution 9" necessitated making the mono mix a direct reduction of the final stereo master.[8] McCartney had been out of the country when "Revolution 9" was assembled and mixed; he was unimpressed when he first heard the finished track, and later tried to persuade Lennon to drop his insistence that it be included on the album.[9]

[edit] Structure and content
The piece begins with a slow piano theme in B minor and a male voice repeating the words "number nine", quickly panning across the stereo channels. The unidentified voice was found on an examination tape in the studio archives.[10] Lennon recalled: "I just liked the way he said 'number nine' so I made a loop ... it was like a joke, bringing number nine in it all the time ..."[4] Both the piano theme and the "number nine" loop recur many times during the piece, serving as a motif.

Much of the track consists of tape loops that are faded in and out, several of which are sampled from performances of classical music. Works that have been specifically identified include the Vaughan Williams motet O Clap Your Hands, the final chord from Sibelius' Symphony No. 7, and the reversed finale of Schumann's Symphonic Studies.[11] Other loops include brief portions of Beethoven's Choral Fantasy, "The Streets of Cairo", violins from "A Day in the Life", and George Martin saying "Geoff, put the red light on". There are also loops of unidentified operatic performances, an oboe/horn duet, a reversed electric guitar in the key of E, and a reversed string quartet in E-flat.[11] Some of the sounds were taken from an Elektra Records album of stock sound effects.[12]

Portions of the unused coda of "Revolution 1" can be heard briefly several times during the track, particularly Lennon's screams of "right" and "alright", with a longer portion near the end featuring Ono's discourse about becoming naked. Segments of random prose read by Lennon and Harrison are heard prominently throughout, along with numerous sound effects such as laughter, crowd noise, breaking glass, car horns, and gunfire. The piece ends with a recording of American football chants ("Hold that line! Block that kick!"). In all, the final mix includes at least 45 different sound sources.[13]

[edit] Album sequencing and release
During compilation and sequencing of the master tape for the album The Beatles, two unrelated segments were included between the previous song ("Cry Baby Cry") and "Revolution 9".[14] The first was a fragment of a song based on the line "Can you take me back", an improvisation sung by McCartney that was recorded between takes of "I Will". The second was a bit of conversation from the studio control room where Alistair Taylor asked George Martin for forgiveness for not bringing him a bottle of claret.[14]

"Revolution 9" was released on 22 November 1968 as the fifth track on the fourth side of the album The Beatles, four tracks after "Revolution 1". With no gaps in the sequence from "Cry Baby Cry" to "Revolution 9", the point of track division has varied among different re-issues of the album. Some versions place the conversation at


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2010-09-27 23:37:03

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Juan Sinamigos Feliciano Antonio Cutaneo Savre de la Barca Carrasco del Nino Jesus y Perez Sida, pero todos le dicen John Cena, también conocido como Juan Sida, es un idiota que finge ser luchador de la Dobliu Dobliu I y el que más vende mercancía de la empresa que gustosamente compran los fanboys. Al igual que Son Goku, es el ídolo de niños y frikis, algunos de ellos incluso tienen un póster de dicho ídolo en su dormitorio (o en contadas ocasiones, en su manicomio habitual). Al contrario que Goku, John es también el ídolo de quinceañeras y otras señoritas.

Por tanto, los escritores de la WWE siempre determinan que aunque se enfrente a 9,000 tipos en un combate, de alguna u otra manera terminara planchando a alguno y de esa forma retener el preciado "Campeonato de la WWE", aunque a últimas fechas han rectificado el camino y han permitido que Randy Orton le patee el culo cuantas veces sea necesario.

Publicidad para los que firman en los fotologs
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La cabeza de Juan Sida cuando no está pensando en satisfacer a Vince"
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1 Inicios en el Wrestling
2 WWE
2.1 Comienza la desgracia
2.2 De rapero amaricón
2.3 Frakensida
2.4 Lo bueno no es para siempre
2.5 Contra el Dios de la Lucha
2.6 Llevado a RAW
2.7 Vicepresidenta Ejecutiva
3 Como son sus combates
3.1 Normalmente
3.2 En la ECW
4 Películas
5 ¿Sabías que...

Inicios en el Wrestling [editar]
Sida antes de inyectarse esteroides y hacerse cirugía reconstructiva.
Added by Tipo de incognitoEmpezó en la OVW con combates en los que todavía, al no estar del todo lleno de esteroides, parecía ser capaz de llegar a ser algo más que un gilipollas. Ha demostrado que sí, que además es un chupapollas y un lameculos.

WWE [editar]Después de hincharle los huevos durante media hora al jefazo, Mister Vincent Kennedy (KENNEDY!!!) McMahon, le convenció para que lo enviara, primeramente como Jobber a la Worst Wrestling Entertainment.

Comienza la desgracia [editar]Llegó a SmackDown! a través del reto que lanzo el magnifico, increible, hipermegacampeón Kurtie Angle, digo, Angle. Durante el cual recibió una serie espectacular y legendaria de hostias y lo mejor de todo fue cuando se lo cargó haciendole un paquetito, una vez llegaba al ring era golpeado hasta perder el conocimiento dejandolo practicamente medio muerto.

De rapero amaricón [editar]
El Undertaker demostrandole a Sida que si lo puede ver, para su desgracia (Nótese que en un momento queda sujeto de las piernas y su cabeza queda en cierta parte...)
Added by The Phantom LordDespues le dieron su maravilloso papel de homosexual (el queria de cantante de musica clasica pero Vince McMahon ya tenia ese papel encargado a Mister "3 movimientos y lesión" KENNEDY!!!!!!).

Despues de una humillante derrota, en la que según sus fans fue el vencendor moral, tuvo un feudo con Y2J (¿Por que no le metiste un virus que le dejara medio muerto, como los ordenadores con Windows Millenium?) y se unió a un tal, Billy Kidman (que no Kill Bill) para conseguir el Campeonato por Parejas, pero por muy bueno que fuera el amigo Billy no podia hacer nada teniendo en cuenta lo malísimo que es Sida, asi que después de otra humillante derrota, le traicionó.

Tuvo entonces otro feudo con Brock Lesnar y entonces estrenó su planchazo, al que puso nombre de FU (una barata copia de F5 la cual Sida en su locura por tener mas de dos movimientos lo definió como "F5 Wooper con tocino y extra queso"), Muchos ese dia vieron como Sida destellaba un aura dorado, era el nacimiento de SuperSida.

Tuvo otro feudo con Kurtie, y se volvió bueno (estaba harto de que Vince le hinchara las bolas todas las noches y pensó que siendo bueno se acabaría ese sufrimiento)

Frakensida [editar]
Cartel de la pelicula que grabó Sida, llamada FrankenCena"
Added by DemondeepParticipo en el Royal Rumble de 2004 y como ya tenían que darle un título para que no se peleara con su novio Vince, hicieron que le echase el entonces USA Champiñon en WrestleMania XX a Big Cow y luego se pelearon, hasta que el puto e insoportable Sida ganó el título (aún era rescatable, quién imaginaría que se convertiria en gay Campeonato de la WWE).

Así iba Sida cuando se reconcilió con Vince"
Added by DemondeepSida retuvo el campeonato hasta el mes de julio, cuando se peleó con Vince, que mandó a Kurtie, que era el mánager general de SmackDown y hizo que Sida intentara pegarle como si semejante mierda pudiera pegar a Kurtie Angle pero luego, después de muchos lloros de Sida, Vince se apiadó de el y volvieron, eso fue por No Mercy, cuando Booker T se vió obligado a fingir que Sida le podia y recuperó el título, hasta que el Carlito, pelo-afro, Caribbean Cool se lo quitó. Se vé que Sida no aprende a no pelearse con su novio, y por eso le pasa lo que pasa.

Empezó un feudo con Carlito, hasta que un amigo de este le dió un guamazo que casi lo mata y lo lesionó lástima no fuera cierto y le hubiese lesionado de por vida así que como no podía pelear se fue a rodar una película.

Lo bueno no es para siempre [editar]
Modelando su nuevo traje
Added by GJRFAPero por desgracia Sida acabó de grabar su película volvió al reconciliarse con Vince y se dieron una noche tan buena, que Sida recuperó el título y hasta le dejaron cambiar el diseño. maldito hijo de buena señora ¿¿por que hiciste eso??

Cen participó en el Royal Rumble, dónde pasó algo muy interesante. Batista le iba a hacer su chupapollas bomba, cuando los dos se cayeron por las tercera cuerda a la vez, entonces salió Vince a decir que lo repitieran y como estaba enfadado por que pensaba que Sida le estaba poniendo los cuernos con Batista (a quien de los dos mas penoso)que gilipollez, mezclar al Animal que una vez fue capáz de destrozar a la hamburguesa triple con queso con Sida hizo que Sida perdiera.

Juan Sida cuando ganó el Campeonato de las Divas
Added by GJRFA Contra el Dios de la Lucha [editar]Entonces Sida ganó a JBL y reinventó su puto cinturón, pero JBL


Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-27 23:37:25

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flippykid responds:

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Carlos01Carlos01

2010-09-29 20:03:03

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Carlos01Carlos01

2010-10-02 10:49:03

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Vladimir Makarov
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Vladimir Makarov

Vladimir Makarov during the Zakhaev International Airport Massacre
Appears in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Rank Leader of Ultranationalist terrorist cell, formerly possible commander of the Ultranationalist party
Affiliations Ultranationalists, Red Army 98th Guard Airborne Division[citation needed], Spetsnaz
Status Alive
Birth October 4, 1970 age 46 (2016)
Weapon M4A1, Thumper, M9

"Makarov" redirects here. For other uses, see Makarov (disambiguation)
"The American thought he could deceive us. When they find that body... All of Russia will cry for war."
- Vladimir Makarov.
Vladimir R.[1] Makarov (Russian: %u0412%u043B%u0430%u0434%u0438%u0301%
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u043E%u0432) is the leader of an Ultranationalist terrorist cell and one of the main antagonists in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. He is voiced by Roman Varshavsky.

Contents [show]
1 Biography 1.1 Early Military/Terrorist Career1.2 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
2 Associates
3 Acts of Terrorism/Bank Robberies/Hijackings
4 Quotes
5 Trivia
6 References

Biography
Profile of Makarov.
Added by NugemEarly Military/Terrorist Career According to info in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Vladimir Makarov graduated from the Frunze Military Academy as an officer in the Russian Army first serving as a paratrooper. Later on in his career he made it into the Spetsnaz and served two tours in Chechnya. It is believed that a company under his command were involved with some of the most brutal "cleansing" raids.

Eventually, the U.N. held an inquiry investigating charges of human rights abuse. Makarov's name appeared at the top of the list presented by an EU Investigation panel. The inquiry was ultimately dropped when Makarov opted for discharge from the armed forces. This incident would mark the beginnings of his pathological hatred towards the West and the Russian government for giving him no other option but to leave the armed forces. Makarov would soon bring his former military training to bear, focusing his efforts in many criminal and terrorist enterprises, such as kidnapping, human trafficking of women, hijackings, money laundering, terror bombings of military/civilian targets, drug trafficking, assassinations, etc. At some point, the leader of the burgeoning Ultranationalist Party, Imran Zakhaev, took notice and allowed Makarov a position within the anti-western movement. It is said that Makarov was "kept in check" by Zakhaev during this partnership. Zakhaev was eventually killed by British and Loyalist forces during the course of the Russian civil war and the Ultranationalist party splintered. Makarov's resources and contacts within the criminal world allowed him to assume control of a large portion of the Ultranationalist party.

According to newspaper clippings in his safehouse, Vladimir held up photos of Bravo Six (Gaz, Griggs, Price and John "Soap" MacTavish) and declared they were responsible for the death of Imran Zakhaev. Most likely, it is for this reason that he holds a grudge against Price. Included were news articles showing Makarov responsible for terrorist attacks in London and Moscow; threatening the removal of the Ultranationalist party controlling Russia.

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Early concept art of Makarov.
Added by NooBiBoyCall of Duty: Modern Warfare 2Makarov indirectly becomes the conduit for General Shepherd's recruitment plan. After Shepherd sends CIA agent Joseph Allen (under the alias Alexei Borodin) to Russia, Makarov accepts Allen although finding out his undercover identity. To reveal Allen's op, Makarov initiates a brutal attack on Zakhaev International Airport with other Ultranationalist extremists. After fighting through FSB forces, Makarov and his henchmen escape. However, Makarov shoots Allen with a M9 and leaves him for dead, instigating a war between Russia and the United States.

Eventually Makarov and his men are tracked down to two possible locations, leading Task Force 141 to investigate. Gary "Roach" Sanderson and Ghost obtain intel on Makarov, but are killed by Shepherd to be considered the man who took down Makarov and to soon initiate a major strike on Russia with a planned strong military force. He and his forces are attacked by Shepherd's Shadow Company in an aircraft boneyard. Makarov is then contacted by Captain Price, who asks for intel on Shepherd, saying the famous phrase "The enemy of my enemy is my friend". Realizing that his only hope for survival was getting rid of Shepherd, Makarov tells Price Shepherd's location, saying "I'll see you in hell", to which Price responds "Looking forward to it. Give my regards to Zakhaev if you get there first". Although no outcome of the battle between Shadow Company and Makarov's forces is given, it is presumed that Makarov survives and went into hiding.

Associates Alejandro Rojas Status-KIA or MIA(captured by Captain John "Soap" MacTavish and tortured, he can be killed by the player at the start of The Hornets Nest).

Vladimir Makarov.
Added by MW2PortraitsImran Zakhaev Status-KIA (formerly, killed by John "Soap" MacTavish in Call of Duty 4).
Alexei Borodin Status-KIA (former squad member, executed when found to be the CIA infiltrator Joseph Allen).
Viktor Status-KIA (one of the terrorists in the airport, in No Russian. It is thought that he was killed in the invasion of the United States, but was never found).
Anatoly Status-Alive (also another terrorist in No Russian. He is the getaway driver).
Lev Status-KIA (also one of the terrorists in No Russian. He was killed by the FSB on the runway).
Kiril Status-KIA (assists Makarov in the terrorist attack. He is killed by the FSB in the airport attack).
Rojas's assistant Status-presumed KIA (assistant to Rojas)
Acts of Terrorism/Bank Robberies/HijackingsUnknown - Using a modified London Underground train filled with explosives to bomb Piccadilly Circus, 407 dead.
Unknown - Massacre at GUM mall in Moscow, 87 dead.
2002 - Hijack of Greek oil tanker in the Mediterranean Sea. Greek Navy boarding party along with 2 crew members killed before $3 million ransom is paid.
2003 - Repression of North Caucasus-based, pro-Western nationalist groups. Assassinations of political leaders, arson and bombing of opposition parties. Murder of Moscow-based journalist Ilya Lovitch, who was investigating political crimes in the region.
2004 - Robbed an HBS bank in Istanbul.
2005 - Hold-up of bullion trucks in Moscow, stole 3 million rubles. 3 security guards dead.
2005 - Hijack of cruise ship in the Baltic Sea, tortured US passengers until $5 million ransom is paid.
2006 - Robbed the Russian State Postal and Banking Service Depot of 32 million rubles.
2006 - Murder of famous British designer Rob Millington.
2006 - Murder of 3 US airmen based in Turkmenistan.
2006 - Helping to coordinate attacks by Janjaweed militias and Sudanese military against rebels. Implicated in horrible human rights abuses.
2007 - Capture and beheading of Mossad attache to Ukraine who was investigating Makarov's links to Islamic extremists.
2008 - A Swedish furniture Store in a shopping mall located in St. Petersburg is bombed, 100 dead and wounded.
2008 - FSB vehicle ambushed, 5 agents dead.
2008 - Abduction and murder of SibGaz owner's wife and daughter.
2009 - The offices of a U.S. oil company in Baku were bombed, 3 people dead.
2009 - Bomb plot against English-speaking school in Moscow foiled.
2009 - Soccer stadium in Mosco


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2010-10-02 10:54:07

2002 FIFA World Cup
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For the official video game of the 2002 FIFA World Cup, see 2002 FIFA World Cup (video game).
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2002 FIFA World Cup official logo
Tournament details
Host countries Korea Republic
Japan
Dates 31 May - 30 June
Teams 32 (from 5 confederations)
Venue(s) 20 (in 20 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Brazil (5th title)
Runner-up Germany
Third place Turkey
Fourth place Korea Republic
Tournament statistics
Matches played 64
Goals scored 161 (2.52 per match)
Attendance 2,705,197 (42,269 per match)
Top scorer(s) Ronaldo (8 goals)
Best player Oliver Kahn
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The 2002 FIFA World Cup was the 17th staging of the FIFA World Cup, held in South Korea and Japan from 31 May to 30 June. The two countries were chosen as hosts by FIFA in May 1996; it was the first World Cup to be hosted by two countries. It was also the first World Cup held in Asia, and the last in which the golden goal rule was implemented. Brazil won the tournament for a record fifth time, beating Germany 2-0 in the final. Turkey beat Korea Republic 3-2 in the third place match.

Contents [hide]
1 Qualification
2 Seeds
3 Summary
3.1 First round
3.2 Second round and quarter-finals
3.3 Semi-finals, third-place match, and final
4 Ticket sales problem
5 Venues
5.1 South Korea
5.2 Japan
6 Referees
7 Squads
8 Results
8.1 Group stage
8.1.1 Group A
8.1.2 Group B
8.1.3 Group C
8.1.4 Group D
8.1.5 Group E
8.1.6 Group F
8.1.7 Group G
8.1.8 Group H
8.2 Knockout stage
8.2.1 Round of 16
8.2.2 Quarter-finals
8.2.3 Semi-finals
8.2.4 Third place match
8.2.5 Final
9 Statistics
9.1 Goalscorers
9.2 Awards
9.2.1 All-star team
10 References
11 See also
12 External links

[edit] Qualification
Main article: 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification

Countries qualified for World Cup

Country failed to qualify

Countries that did not enter World Cup

Country not a FIFA memberA total of 199 teams attempted to qualify for the 2002 World Cup which qualification process began with the preliminary draw in 1999. Defending World Champions France and co-hosts Republic of Korea (South Korea) and Japan automatically qualified and did not have to play any qualification matches. (This was the last time that the defending champions automatically qualified).

14 places were contested by UEFA teams (Europe), five by CAF teams (Africa), four by CONMEBOL teams (South America), four by AFC teams (Asia), and three by CONCACAF teams (North and Central America and Caribbean). The remaining two places were decided by playoffs between AFC and UEFA and between CONMEBOL and OFC (Oceania). Four nations qualified for the finals for the first time: China, Ecuador, Senegal, and Slovenia.

Turkey qualified for the first time since 1954, and Portugal for the first time since 1986. 1998 semi-finalists the Netherlands failed to qualify, while South Korea set a record by appearing in a fifth successive finals tournament, the first nation from outside Europe or the Americas to achieve this feat.

All seven previous World Cup-winning nations (Argentina, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Italy and Uruguay) qualified, the first time so many previous champions had been present at a finals tournament (all these nations had also appeared at the 1986 tournament, but France had not yet won the competition).

[edit] Seeds
Further information: 2002 FIFA World Cup seeding
The eight seeded teams for the 2002 tournament were announced on 28 November 2001. The seeds comprised Pot A in the draw. Pot B contained the remaining 11 European sides; Pot C contained five unseeded qualifiers from CONMEBOL and AFC. Pot D contained unseeded sides from the CONCACAF region and Africa.[1] This was the last FIFA World Cup with the defending champion in Group A. Since 2006, the Host nation has been in Group A.

Pot A Pot B Pot C Pot D
Argentina
Brazil
France (1998 World Cup winner)
Germany
Italy
Japan (co-hosts)
Korea Republic (co-hosts)
Spain

Belgium
Croatia
Denmark
England
Republic of Ireland
Poland
Portugal
Russia
Slovenia
Sweden
Turkey

China PR
Ecuador
Paraguay
Saudi Arabia
Uruguay

Cameroon
Costa Rica
Mexico
Nigeria
Senegal
South Africa
Tunisia
United States

Before the draw, it was arranged that the last three teams in Pot B would be drawn into four groups which did not already contain two European teams and one would be left without second European team. This was ultimately Group C.

On 1 December 2001, the draw was held and the group assignments and order of fixtures were determined. Group F was considered the group of death, as it brought together Argentina, England, Nigeria and Sweden.

[edit] Summary
[edit] First round
The World Cup started with a shock 1-0 defeat of defending champions France, playing without the injured Zinedine Zidane, by tournament newcomers Senegal in the tournament's opening match held in Seoul, Korea. In their second Group A game, France were held to a goalless draw by Uruguay after star striker Thierry Henry was sent off. A 2-0 defeat by Denmark in their last group game sealed France's fate. The world champions went out of the Cup without even managing to score a goal and earned the unwanted record of the worst World Cup performance by a defending champion since 1934 (when Uruguay refused to defend the title). An impressive Denmark won the group, joined by Senegal to move on to the next round. Senegal drew with Denmark and Uruguay to clinch its place in the second round. Despite coming back from 3-0 down to draw with Senegal in their last group game, the South Americans couldn't find the fourth goal that would have kept them in the Cup and thus were out of the tournament.


Ato, Kaz and Nik, the 2002 World Cup mascots.Spain in Group B became one of only two teams to pick up maximum points, seeing off both Paraguay and Slovenia 3-1 before beating South Africa 3-2. Paraguay needed a late goal against another newcomer, Slovenia, to tie with South Africa on goal difference (they were already tied on points) and move to the second round on the next tiebreaker, goals scored.

The other team to win all their group games was Brazil in Group C. Turkey advanced to the next round, too, beating Costa Rica on goal difference. China, coached by Bora Milutinovi%u0107 (the fifth national team he coached in five consecutive World Cups), failed to get a point or even score a goal.

Group D saw several surprises as the United States beat Portugal, whom many had tipped to win the tournament, 3-2. Then, goalkeeping by Brad Friedel earned the Americans a 1-1 draw with Korea Republic. Korea Republic (South Korea), which previously beat Poland 2-0, beat Portugal in the deciding third match to send the Europeans home and also give the United States a ticket into the second round, despite them losing to Poland in the 3rd match.

Germany thrashed Saudi Arabia 8-0 in Group E thanks to three goals from Miroslav Klose. Ireland were playing without captain Roy Keane, sent home days before the World Cup, but led by his unrelated namesake Robbie claimed second place at the expense of African champions Cameroon.

Other than France's failures, the biggest shock of the tournament came in the Group of Death, Group F as pre-tournament favourites Argentina failed to move out of the group. A loss to England 1-0 on a David Beckham penalty and a subsequent draw with Sweden kept the South Americans from advancing. The Scandinavians won the group, with England also going through. Nigeria finished last.

In Group G, Italy, Croatia, and Ecuador all beat each other once. But the Italians' draw against group winners Mexico, while the other two lost to the North Americans, gave the three-time World Cup champions second place in the group. Ecuador could still enjoy a victory on their first World Cup, beating Croatia 1-0.

Co-hosts Japan breezed through Group H, joined by Belgium. Russia and T


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Group H
Main article: 2002 FIFA World Cup Group H
Hosts Japan topped the group with two wins and a draw. Belgium also qualified after a see-saw match with the Russians, while Tunisia was also eliminated after picking up just one point.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Japan 3 2 1 0 5 2 +3 7
Belgium 3 1 2 0 6 5 +1 5
Russia 3 1 0 2 4 4 0 3
Tunisia 3 0 1 2 1 5 %u22124 1
4 June 2002
18:00
Japan 2 - 2 Belgium Saitama Stadium, Saitama
Attendance: 55,256
Referee: William Mattus (Costa Rica)
Suzuki 59'
Inamoto 67' (Report) Wilmots 57'
Van Der Heyden 75'

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5 June 2002
15:30
Russia 2 - 0 Tunisia Kobe Wing Stadium, Kobe
Attendance: 30,957
Referee: Peter Prendergast (Jamaica)
Titov 59'
Karpin 64' (pen.) (Report)

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9 June 2002
20:30
Japan 1 - 0 Russia International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama
Attendance: 66,108
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)
Inamoto 51' (Report)

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10 June 2002
18:00
Tunisia 1 - 1 Belgium %u014Cita Stadium, %u014Cita
Attendance: 39,700
Referee: Mark Shield (Australia)
Bouzaiene 17' (Report) Wilmots 13'

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14 June 2002
15:30
Tunisia 0 - 2 Japan Nagai Stadium, Osaka
Attendance: 45,213
Referee: Gilles Veissière (France)
(Report) Morishima 48'
H. Nakata 75'

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14 June 2002
15:30
Belgium 3 - 2 Russia Shizuoka Stadium, Shizuoka
Attendance: 46,640
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark)
Walem 7'
Sonck 78'
Wilmots 82' (Report) Beschastnykh 52'
Sychev 88'

[edit] Knockout stage
Main article: 2002 FIFA World Cup knockout stage
For the second round, quarter-finals, and semi-finals, the qualifiers from Groups A, C, F, and H played their games in Japan while the qualifiers from Groups B, D, E, and G played their games in South Korea. Daegu, South Korea, hosted the third-place match while Yokohama, Japan, hosted the final.

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final

15 June - Seogwipo

Germany 1
21 June - Ulsan
Paraguay 0
Germany 1
17 June - Jeonju
United States 0
Mexico 0
25 June - Seoul
United States 2
Germany 1
16 June - Suwon
Korea Republic 0
Spain (pen.) 1 (3)
22 June - Gwangju
Republic of Ireland 1 (2)
Spain 0 (3)
18 June - Daejeon
Korea Republic (pen.) 0 (5)
Korea Republic (a.e.t.) 2
30 June - Yokohama
Italy 1
Germany 0
15 June - Niigata
Brazil 2
Denmark 0
21 June - Shizuoka
England 3
England 1
17 June - Kobe
Brazil 2
Brazil 2
26 June - Saitama
Belgium 0
Brazil 1
16 June - %u014Cita
Turkey 0 Third place
Sweden 1
22 June - Osaka 29 June - Daegu
Senegal (a.e.t.) 2
Senegal 0 Korea Republic 2
18 June - Miyagi
Turkey (a.e.t.) 1 Turkey 3
Japan 0

Turkey 1

[edit] Round of 16
Germany eliminated Paraguay through an 88th-minute winner from Oliver Neuville. England breezed past the Danes with a 3-0 win, while Henri Camara scored the golden goal that put Senegal through to the quarter-finals at Sweden's expense. Spain eliminated Ireland on penalties after a tense match, in which Robbie Keane levelled the scores with a penalty, just as Spain looked like they would be going through in normal time. In the North American derby, the USA defeated Mexico 2-0 to set up a quarter-final tie with Germany. Brazil defeated Belgium 2-0 and Turkey ended the journey of hosts Japan. In an echo of North Korea's victory over Italy in 1966, Korea Republic defeated the Azzurri, with a golden goal from Perugia's Ahn Jung-Hwan. After the game, Ahn was told by Perugia's president, Luciano Gaucci, that he would never play for the club again, only for Gaucci to have a change of heart the following day.[citation needed]

15 June 2002
15:30
Germany 1 - 0 Paraguay Jeju World Cup Stadium, Seogwipo
Attendance: 25,176
Referee: Carlos Alberto Batres (Guatemala)
Neuville 88' (Report)

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15 June 2002
20:30
Denmark 0 - 3 England Niigata Stadium, Niigata
Attendance: 40,582
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)
(Report) Ferdinand 5'
Owen 22'
Heskey 44'

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16 June 2002
15:30
Sweden 1 - 2
(a.e.t.) Senegal Oita Stadium, %u014Cita
Attendance: 39,747
Referee: Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay)
Larsson 11' (Report) H. Camara 37' 104'

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16 June 2002
20:30
Spain 1 - 1
(a.e.t.) Republic of Ireland Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon
Attendance: 38,926
Referee: Anders Frisk (Sweden)
Morientes 8' (Report) Robbie Keane 90' (pen.)
Penalties
Hierro
Baraja
Juanfran
Valerón
Mendieta 3 - 2 Robbie Keane
Holland
Connolly
Kilbane
Finnan

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17 June 2002
15:30
Mexico 0 - 2 United States Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonju
Attendance: 36,380
Referee: Vitor Melo Pereira (Portugal)
(Report) McBride 8'
Donovan 65'

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17 June 2002
20:30
Brazil 2 - 0 Belgium Kobe Wing Stadium, Kobe
Attendance: 40,440
Referee: Peter Prendergast (Jamaica)
Rivaldo 67'
Ronaldo 87' (Report)

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18 June 2002
15:30
Japan 0 - 1 Turkey Miyagi Stadium, Miyagi
Attendance: 45,666
Referee: Pierluigi Collina (Italy)
(Report) Ümit D. 12'

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18 June 2002
20:30
Korea Republic 2 - 1
(a.e.t.) Italy Daejeon World Cup Stadium, Daejeon
Attendance: 38,588
Referee: Byron Moreno (Ecuador)
Seol Ki-Hyeon 88'
Ahn Jung-Hwan 117' (Report) Vieri 18'

[edit] Quarter-finals
In the quarter-finals, Brazil's Ronaldinho caught out England goalkeeper David Seaman with a lobbed free kick from 42 yards to send Brazil into the semis. Oliver Kahn kept Germany in front of the USA with a string of saves in a first half dominated by the Americans, save for the winning goal, scored by Michael Ballack in the 39th minute. Meanwhile, Spain were unable to win a second consecutive penalty shoot-out, after having disallowed two goals during normal playing time and therefore lost to Korea Republic, and Turkey ended the dream of Africa's sole quarter-final representative, Senegal, with an %u0130lhan Mans%u0131z golden goal.

21 June 2002
15:30
England 1 - 2 Brazil Shizuoka Stadium, Shizuoka
Attendance: 47,436
Referee: Felipe Ramos (Mexico)
Owen 23' (Report) Rivaldo 45+2'
Ronaldinho 50'

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21 June 2002
20:30
Germany 1 - 0 United States Munsu Cup Stadium, Ulsan
Attendance: 37,337
Referee: Hugh Dallas (Scotland)
Ballack 39' (Report)

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22 June 2002
15:30
Spain 0 - 0
(a.e.t.) Korea Republic Gwangju World Cup Stadium, Gwangju
Attendance: 42,114
Referee: Gamal Al-Ghandour (Egypt)
(Report)
Penalties
Hierro
Baraja
Xavi
Joaquín 3 - 5 Hwang Sun-Hong
Park Ji-Sung
Seol Ki-Hyeon
Ahn Jung-Hwan
Hong Myung-Bo

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22 June 2002
20:30
Senegal 0 - 1
(a.e.t.) Turkey Nagai Stadium, Osaka
Attendance: 44,233
Referee: Óscar Ruiz (Colombia)
(Report) %u0130lhan 94'

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