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Musicians and dancer, Muromachi period Traditional Japanese music is the folk or traditional music of Japan . [ edit ] Types of traditional Japanese music There are three types of traditional music in Japan: instrumental, theatrical and court music. [ edit ] Kabuki
I had someone ask for an aisle seats so that his or her hair wouldn't get messed up by being near the window. A client called in inquiring about a package to Hawaii. After going over all the cost info, she asked, "Would it be cheaper to fly to California and then take the train to Hawaii?" I got a call from a woman who wanted to go to Capetown. I started to explain the length of the flight and the passport information when she interrupted me with "I'm not trying to make you look stupid, but Capetown is in Massachusetts. "Without trying to make her look like the stupid one, I calmly explained, "Capecod is in Massachusetts, Capetown is in Africa."
January 9, 2004 Dear Cecil: Am I a moron for believing that "mole people" exist in New York City's underground? The mole people, as documented in an eponymous 1993 book by Jennifer Toth, are homeless people who live in subway tunnels, sucking down electricity and other resources for free a la Ellison's Invisible Man .
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Is it possible to go to college for two-and-a-half years and graduate with a Bachelor's degree?Author, Hona Amer, did. In the book, Smart Work U, she shares the principles, techniques, and strategies she used so you can make your way through college and graduate in less than four years. Smart Work U is a movement of people who have had enough with student loan debt. Can you think of at least one person you know who graduated college with student loan debt?
Throw caution to the wind and forget every old wives tale you’ve ever heard, this book wants kids and parents alike to reclaim childhood. Author Gever Tulley believes that there are many “dangerous” things that are interesting, eye-opening, enlightening or just plain fun. While there are aspects of danger in virtually everything we do, his tips and tricks help you to learn how mastery actually minimizes danger. So go on: lick a 9-volt battery, play with fire, and superglue your fingers together while you’re at it. $19
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Nikola Tesla Pretty much everybody even remotely associated with real-time strategy games has heard the name Tesla before – the Serbian God of Lightning's omnipresent, ever-zapping coils have been ruining the lives of digital Allied soldiers and gibbing U.S. war machines into spare parts since the release of Command & Conquer: Red Alert in 1996 – but surprisingly few people these days are familiar with the life and times of one of humankind's most eccentric, badass, and volumetrically-insane scientific super-geniuses. First off, Nikola Tesla was brilliant.