The Sex Pistols gig at Manchester Free Trade HallTogether with Woodstock (which I'd also loved to have seen) probably the most influential gig ever."We know that Morrissey was there, who went on to form the Smiths. We know that the lads who went on to form the Buzzcocks were there because they organised the gig.
We know that two lads from Lower Broughton were there who went out the next day and bought guitars at Mazel Radio which used to be on Piccadilly Station Approach, they formed a band called Joy Division; We know that Mark E Smith was there who went on to form The Fall; we know that Paul Morley was there who went on to become a writer and wrote about the scene for the NME etc.nFamously, about 7000 people claim they were there - but actually attendance was dire and only about 40 people were there !Sex Pistols gig: the truthWoodstockVelvet Underground - perhaps at Max's Kansas City S(since I know the play list & have the record) or perhaps in New York (seem's more appropriate)
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Where did Led Zeppelin record their albums?
Led Zeppelin(album)-Olympic studios, LondonLed Zeppelin 2 - This album was also recorded at Olympic studios, London.Led Zeppelin 3-Headley Grange,and at Olympic, with further recording at Island Records' Basing Street Studios in Notting Hill the following month.Untitled/Led Zeppelin 4/ Zoso-Rolling Stones Mobile, Headley Grange, Hampshire Island, LondonHouses of The Holy-Houses of the Holy was mostly recorded using the Rolling Stones' Mobile Recording Studio at a country estate in England.
2. The album's cover art was inspired by the ending of Arthur C. Clarke's book Childhood's End and features a photograph taken in Northern Ireland.
Physical Graffiti-Recording. The first attempt by Led Zeppelin to record songs for Physical Graffiti took place in November 1973 at Headley Grange in Hampshire, England, where they had previously recorded their untitled fourth album. The recording equipment consisted of Ronnie Lane's Mobile Studio.
Presence-Musicland, Munich, GermanyIn Through The Out Door-In Through the Out Door is the eighth and final studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was recorded over a three-week period in November and December 1978 at ABBA's Polar Studios in Stockholm, Sweden, and released by Swan Song Records on 15 August 1979.
How do professional programmers measure how "fast" their code runs?
You can measure the complexity of your code and that is popular. I find it mostly to be glorified navel lint gathering. Complexity can be useful to know but usually what matters is how fast the code actually runs.
The best way to find out is to measure it.Usually you simply get a time before starting and run the code a few thousand times (depending on how long you expect one run to take) and then get the time you're done and subtract the first time. That should allow you to get an average.
If it is going to be important you should test on different systems and under different kinds of load to make sure your code continues to behave as expected. For example, your code can be fast but rely on the disk for some small thing and usually the system doesn't even notice the disk access. But on a system with heavy disk usage you can get into a battle for the disk that will drag everything down.
It isn't a bad idea to create unit tests that watch for unexpectedly slow code as well as actual errors.
Which great performance by an unknown actor led to that actor being offered a role in a big budget movie?
Which great performance by an unknown actor led to that actor being offered a role in a big-budget movie?
This actress came out of nowhere and performed in one of the biggest franchise films in our generation.She had been in the Hollywood game for five years and had only six films in her acting career. And, after these films, she got one of the biggest roles ever in Hollywood films.
The 1994 film - The Soft KillThe 1994 film - FlashfireThe 1995 film - TerrifiedThe 1996 film - SabotageThe 1997 film - Lethal TenderThe 1997 film - The Secret Life of AlgernonThe Trinity of Hollywood: The Matrix franchise seriesCarrie-Anne Moss (Trinity) is one of the most blessed Hollywood actresses of our time. She came from nowhere and, within five years of her career in Hollywood, received one of the biggest roles ever.I honestly never knew who Carrie-Anne Moss was till she became Trinity in the 1999 film: The Matrix.
One of the luckiest actors or actresses in Hollywood ever after a very short amount of time in the film industry. This is very rare to see in someones acting career
Why did the BJP government select a young face against one of the most formidable candidate Arvind Kejriwal in the Delhi election? Do they not want to win the Delhi election?
The whole voting in Delhi is a charade. Neither Congree nor BJP is interested in winning Delhi. Without having your own government in Center, winning Delhi means nothing to Congress.
BJP is in central government so automatically it rules Delhi. Law and order in Delhi is not a state subject. It is in central government's control.
Similarly there are many other state subjects which is not controlled by CM. Hence Arvind Kejriwal can build school and colleges and wifi and every other thing, he does not have the same power in the state as any other CM has in his or her state. Congress knows this.
Hence they are not trying hard for Delhi. BJP might loose Delhi but it will still have Delhi. There will hue and cry and people will say BJP lost another state in a trot but will not matter.
BJP is gunning for bigger battles. West Bengal is an instance. Winning in West Bengal open doors to full North-East.
Winning in Easy gives a strong push to BJP. That is the main target. Delhi is a dummy
Who died withholding the biggest secret?
All the answers seems to be directed at math , and I can't find you mentioning the word 'only math' in your question . So I thought it might be interesting to put something different . What about princess Diana ?
Princess of Wales died in 31 August 1997 . People around the world struggled to know if she were murdered or died in an accident.I guess she ( and the 3 people died with her ) are the only ones who can answer this question right now, although if you researched enough you'll find a whole lot of evidence showing she was murdered and a lot more other showing that it was just another road accident .
Adolf Hitler There is some evidence that the nazi leader Adolf Hitler didn't commit suicide as announced but that he had escaped Berlin in the last moments (days maybe ) and lived in Argentina , there are even some books around it people even went further and said that Angela Merkel is his daughter! ( which I don't personally believe ) But who knows , it's just Adolf who knows if he was dead or alive , maybe his so claimed daughter knows too .
How did American soldiers compare with Viet Cong soldiers in the Vietnam War?
There are several good answers here, but I will add one other thing. American soldiers operated from bases and frequented the cities when on R&R. Nearly everywhere they stayed or moved they were under observation from enemy spies and informers.
There was no avoiding this. Most operations that were conducted along with the allied Saigon governments soldiers, the ARVN, were compromised from the start because the ARVN also was infiltrated with spies. Therefore the intelligence advantage and often the initiative to initiate combat or not typically lay with the Vietnamese adversaries.
They could fight if they wanted to when and where they wanted to, but if they chose to avoid combat they could usually evade because they were forewarned of nearly every U. S. movement or even plans.
It is much harder to win a war of attrition when the enemy has the initiative to decide the time and place of battle most of the time. The U.S.
forces relied on vastly superior firepower, which did keep the kill ratio in their favor, but Vietnamese losses were never high enough to cripple their ability and will to continue the strategic fight, regardless of tactical losses
Is there a difference between enlightenment and spiritual enlightenment?
The wholly secular term enlightened signifies having a highly rational, comprehensively eruditious sense of understanding and overall outlook.The spiritually associated term Enlightened signifies one who has transcended the human condition within liberation from needless suffering as a whole; as well as within this, what generally entails the concept of detachment from sense of self, the normal perception that you are you and just you, such that entails attachment to egoistic needs and is ridden with psycho-emotional weaknesses.
One can notably be both enlightened and Enlightened. Many people these days who consider themselves Enlightened as well considered themselves highly enlightened.Many would say there are degrees of how enlightened an individual is, but would see being Enlightened to signify an Absolute state of being that you Attain through Awakening*.
Some more open views of Enlightenment however see there may something akin to be fine shades of degrees one can ascribe to the Enlightened Nature of different Enlightened individuals. Obviously, an Enlightened individual exhibiting a truly high degree of being enlightened would constitute a profoundly self-actualized person who would seem to exhibit the highest of degrees of total human fruition", the pinnacle of human inner achievement
What was the least worthwhile lawsuit in history?
One of the more famous ones in British legal history was the McLibel case.
In a nutshell, two slightly fringe protesters (including one with alleged mental health issues) were protesting outside a McDonalds making all manner of weird and wonderful allegations about McDonalds. In an effort to get rid of them McDonalds ended up suing them for libel. Suffice it to say, it backfired tremendously.
Before you had a couple of fringe protesters, who nobody paid attention to. Afterwards you had a trial that lasted ten years (including appeals) which got maximum media publicity, and McDonalds were put through the wringer trying to prove all these allegations were untrue - some of which they were unable to do. They won, of course, and were awarded 40,000 in damages.
But thats the thing about poor protesters who are on benefits - they cant pay. And of course McDonalds ended up paying millions in legal fees. Then, just to add insult to injury - some independent film makers made a film out of the whole thing.
All in all, I am pretty sure that the wished that they hadnt bothered.McLibel case - WikipediaMcLibel (film) - Wikipedia.
How has Mister Mxyzptlk been tricked into saying his name backwards?
They almost always trick him. Get him repeating words, or reading stuff aloud, and throw ktpzyxm (kill-tip-zee-sim) in to their sentences randomly, in hopes hell repeat. For instance, I remember in a Justice League cartoon, Mxy swaps the minds of JL members into other members bodies.
Professor Stein ends up in Mxys mind, since he's Firestorms second conscience. He starts pestering Mxy, to rile him up by accusing him of having several mental disorders, the last of which sounds like nonsense. In his frustration, I don't remember the exact quote, but Mxy basically says, Shut up!
I'm not an egomaniac, narcissistic, or a kiltipseezim!, so he's forced back to the 5th dimension, and as usual, all of his mayhem reverts to normal Hes also not allowed to write his name backwards, and I remember in another story, he was chasing Superman in the form of a cartoonish jet, and Superman weaved and looped around with Mxy in pursuit, and when they looked back, Superman had made Mxy write KLTPZYXM cursively in the sky with the condensation trail of his plane Just a couple examples off the top of my head
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