TV Programming and Commercials

Who remembers a commercial where a Swedish man says It's Tuesday I am going to call me mother?

(all Swedish accents)

"Eric, where are you going, Eric?"

"It's Tuesday, I'm going to call my mother"


This ad most likely was for AT&T since it came out so long ago or possibly even one of the major Bell's after the split-up in 1982. one of my all time favorites.

Napoleon Bonaparte

What was the eponym that the Duke of Wellington?

An eponym is when someone gives their name to something else. So, like , 'The Duke of Wellington' gave his name to wellington boots. It's a little bit like the Roman's gave their names to the months on the calendar we use today, for example: Augustus Caesar gave his name to our month 'August'.

I hope I've helped! :)

Video Games

How do you give people robux on Roblox?

Simple. Well kind of. In order to give friends and beggar's ROBUX or TICKETS you both need some form of Builders club. Once you have achieved this, have the donatee create a shirt, T-Shirt or pants for the amount of money (Bux Or Tix) you are giving to them. Have them label it something that will be easy for you to find. Buy the item and voila! You have successfully donated.

Chickens and Roosters

Where did the chicken wing song come from?

In the late 1970s, brothers John and Dan Osborn of Buffalo, New York wrote a musical tribute to Buffalo Chicken Wings as a parody of early 1960's "car crash" songs. After years of singing and playing "The Chicken Wing Song" on a piano at parties for friends, these same so-called friends raised the money to have the song produced and distributed on the most reliable technology of the day: vinyl records. Under the shingle of Serious Dude Music and Publishing (named after the lead investor who was, and still is, a "Serious Dude") a business plan was hatched and implemented. A full band was needed and soon the talents of arranger and guitarist Bob Wascura, stand-up bass player Ki Webster, and saxophonist Darryl Brown joined John Osborn (piano) and Dan Osborn (vocals) to take the Chicken Wing Song to the next level. One thing was missing though - the kind of back-up vocals that would recreate the flavor and feel of the early 60's "car crash" songs such as "Tell Laura I Love Her", "Last Kiss" and "Dead Man's Curve". With the arrival of Doris Moore, Jackie Albarella and Kathy Vogel (who would forever after be known collectively as "The Celery Sticks"), the Chicken Wing Band was complete. On a crisp Fall evening in 1982, the song was recorded from early evening into the wee hours at Mark Records in Clarence, New York, and the first launch of "The Chicken Wing Song" took place on Thanksgiving weekend a few weeks later.

In 1982 digital recording did not exist, nor was there any way to distribute music other than through a physical product through an established record label. For this independent production, it was boxes of vinyl records and good, old fashioned "pounding the pavement" that defined the launch. Once the song was successfully recorded, the producers went to record stores all over Buffalo and Notre Dame, Indiana (where Dan Osborn was a student) and left hundreds of copies to be sold on consignment. In the end, only a few hundred copies were sold, but not for lack of publicity and airplay. The song was played nationally on Dr. Demento's syndicated radio show as well as locally on The Danny Neaverth Show on WKBW-AM in Buffalo and Notre Dame's student radio station, WVFI. News features and interviews appeared on WGR-TV in Buffalo and WBFO, the University at Buffalo's NPR station. A front page article in The Buffalo News covered the original launch, as well as articles in USA Today and The Notre Dame Observer. It is believed that the 1980s limitations of form and distribution for independent music kept this from hitting the charts on a national level.


How fast should a 14 year old boy run a 40 yard dash?

Its entirely depends upon this size means height weight and stamina he got .Type of challenge he is into means he is competing or doing it fun. I think there will be difference in competing.

Word and Phrase Origins

Would someone living 200 years ago have known the word helicopter?

The word was coined in 1861 from the French 'helicoptere' meaning a devise for making aeroplanes rise perpendicular. However the experiment failed. The word transferred to helicopters in the modern sense when they were developed in the 1920's

Math and Arithmetic

How many times does 12 go into 105?

8 times

Mapping and Cartography

Why is the inset map of northamerica included?

Inset maps are used to show an overview of the area or a close up of a section or sections of a map. An inset map can also be included to show related themes of data at smaller scales.

Law & Legal Issues
US Constitution

Can someone put you on tv without your consent?

It is illegal for someone to take your picture or a video without your consent. this is covered under our privacy act. Saying your name without your permission is illegal as it is an invasion of privacy. All parties should be aware and agree on anything that goes public as long as they are all not guilty. The government should protect the guilty party under our constitution act and make sure that the guilty party is being treated fairly according to the law and that their rights are not being broken.

Investing and Financial Markets

Is 1.5 more or less than 1.05 and 1.005?

It is more than both

Medication and Drugs
Drug Interactions

Can you take hydrocodone and Ibuprofen together?

Yes, you can. Ibuprofen and Hydrocodone work in different ways. When Hydrocodone is prescribed it is commonly prescribed in combination with acetaminophen (Tylenol), but sometimes prescribed with ibuprofen (Vicoprofen). Hydrocodone is an opioid narcotic that works by blocking opioid pain receptors. Ibuprofen is not a narcotic and works differently to block pain. Many healthcare providers including myself will tell patients to start off by taking ibuprofen (400 mg). If the pain still persists after 30 minutes or so take the hydrocodone. There is no adverse effects and no reason to worry about taking the medicines together as long as you take them in the recommended/prescribed dosages.

Botany or Plant Biology

How angsana tree disperse its seed?

Angsana disperse by wind.beacause it has a wing-like structure and is light.

Medical Terminology

What does the medical abbreviation PKU mean?

galactosemia, which means “galactose in the blood,” refers to a group of inherited disorders that impair the body's ability to process and produce energy from a sugar called galactose. When people with galactosemia injest foods or liquids containing galactose, undigested sugars build up in the blood. classic galactosemia (type 1) - the most common and severe type, caused by mutations in the GALT gene, and characterized by a complete deficiency of an enzyme called galactose-1-phosphate uridyl transferase (GALT). type IV galactosemia is likely to result in a buildup of β-d-galactose. In type I and type III galactosemia, the buildup of galactose 1-phosphate has been proposed to be responsible for many of the manifestations of these diseases. duarte galactosemia is a specific type of galactosemia. galactosemias are a group of rare inherited conditions. galactosemia means “galactose in the blood.” people with duarte galactosemia digest a type of sugar called galactose more slowly. galactose is found in milk and all foods that contain milk. classic galactosemia (GALT) is an inherited condition in which the body is unable to properly digest galactose, a sugar found in all foods that contain milk. If a child with GALT eats galactose, undigested sugars build up in the blood rather than being used for energy. classic galactosemia, also known as type I, is the most common and most severe form of the condition. If infants with classic galactosemia are not treated promptly with a low-galactose diet, life-threatening complications appear between birth or atleast by within a few day's after birth.

type4: moderate/severe. type 3 affected infants develop cataracts but otherwise experience few long-term complications. the signs and symptoms of galactosemia type III vary from mild to severe and can include cataracts, delayed growth and development, intellectual disability, liver disease, and kidney problem's. mild/severe.

galactosemia type II (also called galactokinase deficiency) and type III (also called galactose epimerase deficiency) cause different patterns of signs and symptoms. galactosemia type II causes fewer medical problems than the classic type. galactosemia type II causes fewer medical problems than the classic type. affected infants develop cataracts but otherwise experience few long-term complications| mild/moderate. classic galactosemia is a rare, serious, life-threatening disorder. duarte galactosemia is more common and usually causes no symptom's, but. duarte galactosemia is an inherited condition associated with diminished ability to metabolize galactose due to a partial deficiency of the enzyme galactose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase| mild

Math and Arithmetic
Length and Distance

Express 80 centimeters as a percentage of 2 meters?

There are 200 centimetres in 2 metres. Therefore, 80 centimetres is equal to 80/200 x 100 = 40 percent of 2 metres.

Math and Arithmetic
Units of Measure
Weight and Mass

What is the difference between 0.225 metric tons and 128kg?


Frequent Flyer Programs

What is meaning of primary frequent flyer number?

A number of frequent fliers will have accounts with multiple airlines. Their primary frequent flier number is usually the one associated with the airline they fly with most frequently.

Motorola Droid

How do you make murder on little alchemy?

It’s not in little alchemy I know because if we searched it will pop up a list of anwsers of hints

Abstract Nouns

What is the abstract noun for conclude?


Religion & Spirituality

What are some examples of orderliness?

God dose not have a scent/order to him. Yet scents God made everything here and beyond, including all scents everywhere!

Video Games

What is Roblox's real name?

Nada Nada Nada Nada Nada Nada Nada Nada Nada y una dog on top


3 jobs that are affected by high air pressure?

maybe...the job of measuring low weather pressure.


Where to find all of the answers to the online summer school called founders education's tests?

Numbers in the body, or middle, of frequency tables,are

Domestic Dogs

How old is the longest living pekingese?

This is my Little, he turned 16 February 05, 2020. Still going strong.


Which animal is more stable turtle or giraffe?

Turtle because its feet are wider apart.

Human Rights
Al Sharpton
Arbitration, Mediation, and Dispute Resolution

How can you contact the Reverend Al Sharpton?

Al has an organization called the National Action Network.

The web address is posted in the Related Link below


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