Tokio Hotel

Tokio Hotel is a German pop rock band formed in 2001. Its members are the identical twins Bill and Tom Kaulitz, Georg Listing, and Gustav Schafer. “Scream” and “Rescue Me” are some of their most popular songs.

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What is Bill Kaulitz new tattoo meaning?

We'll never stop screaming

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What does the song monsoon mean?

Bill said this in an interview "Monsoon.. we mean that you should fight for you're love and go through the monsoon, believe in what you do and fight for it!"

thats what they meant with the song!

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Is there a way to find out if a vet has or has had any formal complaints lodged against their practice or themselves personally?

Contact your state veterinary licensing board. Often they will have a website with a disciplinary action summary that will list all veterinarians who have been disciplined for improper practice, failure to attain continuing education, etc etc.

You can also check with the better business bureau to see if any complaints have been filed against the Veterinarian or their office.

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What is the average shoe size for American men?

The average shoe size for American men is 10.5 US Mens.

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How many albums have tokio hotel sold?

they have been sold over 6 millions until now.

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What is tokio hotels fan mail address 2011?

well i just wanted to say that there the best and no one can be better then them

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Is tokio hotel on hiatus?

No they are working on the new album not to mention been to Japan several times.

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How does a bill becomes a law?

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The bill then goes to the Senate or Assembly Rules committee where it is assigned to a policy committee. You can find out where your bill is assigned by calling the author. Since bills are not heard in policy committee until 30 days after they have been introduced and printed, there is plenty of time to investigate a bill or contact your legislator to communicate your position on the bill.

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At this point, the role of the district Office should be emphasized. District Office staff are there to serve the needs of constituents. They can be extremely helpful in making contacts and getting information from Sacramento.

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If a Senate bill is amended by the Assembly, or vice versa, and the House of Origin refuses to concur in those amendments, the bill will go to a conference committee. If the House of Origin does concur, the bill goes to the governor.

Members of the conference committee are appointed by the Rules Committees; three members from the Senate and three from the Assembly meet to negotiate out the differences. If they agree on a single version, it goes back to both Floors for approval.

Communicate to your legislator or the author which amendments you prefer and why. The conference committee meetings, particularly at the end of the two-year legislative session, are scheduled quickly and can be easily missed. You must stay in close contact with the author's staff to stay on top of fast-breaking developments. It is also important to know who will be serving on the conference committee so you can inform them of your position.

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Why is Bloody Bill Anderson always portrayed older in movies?

Bloody Bil Anderson was killed when he was only 24 years old, but had seen many of his family members killed and maimed by th flagrant union occupation. He lead his men on savage raids of union men and is probably portrayed as older because of his charisma and machismo in leading a band of southern guerillas. How else would anyone follow a 24- 24 year old into battle? check out my artwork of bloody bill Anderson at

AnswerI've heard two different years for Bill Anderson's birth--either 1837 or 1840 (although his grave says 1840). So he was either 24 or 27 when he was killed.

I agree people don't perceive violent or battle hardened men as being handsome and in their mid-twenties. It's just typical for movies to potray a leader of a group of soldiers as a grizzled older male, rather than a young man who witnessed and took part in violence early on. One of Anderson's men, Archie Clements, was actually very baby faced.

Movies, for some reason, almost always portray historical characters as olderthan they were. If you saw John Wayne's THE ALAMO, you'll remember LaurenceHarvey, who was in his late 40s at the time, playing William Barrett 'Buck' Travis. (Nobody who knew him called him anything but Buck.) Buck Travis was actually about 28 when he died in the Alamo. Wes Hardin is always portrayed as a man in his 40s, but he committed his last known killing in 1874. He was born in 1853. Until the movie TOMBSTONE, Doc Holliday--who was in his early 30s in 1881--was almost always portrayed by people much older. Kirk Douglas played him in THE GUNFIGHT AT THE OK CORRAL, & Douglas was in his mid-40s by then. Victor Mature played him in MY DARLING CLEMENTINE, & while he was close to the right age, Doc was a consumptive who stood about 5'10" & weighed less than 125 lbs. Mature was a body builder. In HOUR OF THE GUN Jason Robards, who was by then in his 50s, played him. Val Kilmer was the first one to be the right age & manage to look the part in TOMBSTONE. While it was a reasonably accurate historical portrayal, one scene showed Doc drunk. According to Wyatt Earp, Doc would "consume a pint of whiskey" to get going in the morning & upwards of a quart of whiskey a day, but Earp reports that he "never saw him stagger with intoxication." One thing they did get dead on was Doc's sense of humor. Earp called him "A philosopher of whom life & disease had made a caustic wit."


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Does tom kaulitz like black girls?

I don't think he discriminates. He seems to be the kind to hook up with any girl.

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How do you contact Tom Golisano?

Tom Golisano does not list his contact details to the general public. His trust foundation's official address is; One Fishers Road, c/o Fishers Asset Management, Pittsford, NY 14534.

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Tom and bill kaulitz date of birth?

September 1, 1989

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Does Germany like Tokio Hotel?

Yes they love them just like everyone else in this world!

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Does Bill Kaulitz like girls with dark skin?

no one really knows

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How do hotels buy their tv channels?

They would have a contract with the satellite company at a special rate of course for the number of receptors in the hotel.

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Why did tokio hotel change there band name?

They name their band 'Tokio Hotel', because they like big cities and they are always on the road and mainly stay in many hotels.

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Is Tokio Hotel coming to the US in 2008?


Tokio Hotel is planning on coming to the US in early 2008, as stated in their official videos on their youtube channel Tokiohotelchannel.

I know that they were at Virgin Mega store at the Block of Orange in Garden Grove CA. last weekend Saturday the 18th to be exact. I am not a fan of them I just happened to know that cause I went there to look around and half the store was blocked off. For information you can look on Ticketmaster website or go to a groups main web site. their site should have up to date info about their tour schedules and locations.

They have finished their fall tour and are planning a winter tour i think around the fourth of January. But they might be delayed a few months.

i dont know but i sure hope so!

sorry but its past 2008. i really hope he comes soon though! sweetness to bill!

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When will Tokio Hotel come to Bulgaria?

To see if Tokio Hotel is coming to your city or a town near you, you can go to and look for tour information and news, or go to and see if they are on tour right now. To make a request, you can email them at their fanmail address, which is

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Why did bill kaulitz started smoking?

He and Tom probably started to fit in with the older crowd they were hanging with when they were 12-13.

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What kind of girls would Leland Chapman date?

Only he would know

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Celebrity Relationships

Who is Bill Kaulitz's girlfriend?

He is currently single.

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How does bill kaulitz handle jealousy?

Not too well. He has said before that he's the very jealous type He's the type to Claim everything. Possessive type.


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