December 31 1978 for 3 weeks
Fills people’s ears with a buzzing sound
Recorded from the US in 1988; appeared in the UK in 1993 and is in several British dictionaries
Greta Garbo and John Barrymore. American
Sometimes called the freedom flag, has been used as a synbol of LGBT pride
The tiny mosquito is credited with so many deaths throughout the ages. More than all wars put together. More than all pandemics and epidemics put together. Incredible.
Patents related to the tandem bicycles date for the late 1800s
Others include Bohrium, Fermium and Nobelium
…the first three missing in airplane disappearances, and Martin Bormann was a Nazi whose death was unconfirmed.
The Saxaphone was developed by Belgian Adolphe Sax in the 1840’s, the Hammond electric organ was invented by Laurens Hammond in 1934, the Sousaphone is a “wearable” Tuba, used in marching bands, that was named after march composer John Philip Sousa.
Also featuring Daffy Duck
2002 - Best Native American Album
“You and Me” by Lifehouse
"Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries" by George Gershwin
1978; not highly ranked: anthem to iron-pumping gym-junkies everywhere
1978; peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100; impressive popularity
Portrayed by Woody Harrelson
American science fiction author
American singer, pianist, comedian and actor