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2023.03.22 12:12 babsuvulahoo Swans 2023 tour dates.

Source: Young God newsletter. Pre-sale info unknown.
SWANS LIVE DATES - 2023
20 May – Leipzig DE, UT Connewitz – SOLD OUT
21 May – Poznan PL, CK Zamek – SOLD OUT
23 May – Katowice PL, Kino Teatr Rialto – SOLD OUT
25 May – Zilina SK, New Synagogue
26 May – Llubljana SI, Kino Siska
27 May – Innsbrück AT, Heart of Noise Festival, Treivus
29 May – Bologna IT, Teatro Duse
31 May – Lyon FR, Transbordeur
2 June – Barcelona ES, Primavera Sound Festival
4 June – Lisbon PT, Culturgest – SOLD OUT
5 June – Lisbon PT, Culturgest
6 June – Faro PT, Teatro Das Figuras
9 June – Madrid ES, Primavera Sound Festival
11 June – Athens GR, Vraxon Theatre
13 June – Thessaloniki GR, Moni Lazariston
15 June – Antwerp BE, Bourlaschouwburg
16 June – Utrecht NL, Hertz Theatre – SOLD OUT
11 Aug – Brighton UK, St Georges Church
12 Aug – Manchester UK, Albert Hall
15 Aug – Newcastle UK, Boiler Shop
16 Aug – Glasgow UK, St Luke Cathedral
18 Aug – Bristol UK, Arc Tangent Festival
19 Aug – Leeds UK, Belgrave Music Hall
21 Aug – Dublin IE, The Academy
23 Aug – Norwich UK, Waterfront
24 Aug – London UK, Troxy
26 Aug – Lausanne CH, Nox Orea Festival
2 Sep – Dallas TX, Granada Theater
3 Sep – Austin TX, Paramount Theatre
7 Sep – Phoenix AZ, Crescent Ballroom
8 Sep – Los Angeles CA, Lodge Room
9 Sep – Los Angeles CA, Lodge Room
12 Sep – San Francisco CA, Great American Music Hall
13 Sep – San Francisco CA, Great American Music Hall
15 Sep – Portland OR, Revolution Hall
16 Sep – Seattle WA, The Crocodile Showroom
19 Sep – Omaha NE, Waiting Room Showroom
20 Sep – Minneapolis MN, Fine Line Music Cafe
21 Sep – Chicago IL, Cabaret Metro
23 Sep – Detroit MI, Magic Bag
24 Sep – Cleveland OH, Beachland Ballroom
26 Sep – Toronto ON, Phoenix Concert Theater
27 Sep – Montreal QC, Theatre National
29 Sep – Brooklyn NY, Music Hall of Williamsburg
30 Sep – Brooklyn NY, Music Hall of Williamsburg
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2023.03.22 11:43 mygodisrealprobably Email with pre-order details and new tour dates

New Swans album The Beggar available for pre-order now. Here's what Michael Gira has to say about it:
“After numerous pandemic-induced cancellations of tours for the previous Swans album leaving meaning, and an apparent bottomless pit of waiting, waiting, waiting, and the strange disorientation that came with this sudden but interminable forced isolation I decided it was time to write songs for a new Swans album and forget about everything else. They came relatively easily, always informed by the suspicion that these could be my last. When I finally was able to travel, songs in hand, to Berlin to work with my friends recording this record, the feeling was akin to the moment in The Wizard of Oz when the film changes from Black and White to Color. Now I’m feeling quite optimistic. My favourite color is pink. I hope you enjoy the album!” – Michael Gira
SWANS have announced details of their sixteenth studio album, The Beggar, due for release on Mute / Young God Records (N America) on 23 June 2023. In addition, Swans have announced further dates for a tour across the UK, Europe and North America – full details below. The Beggar will be released on double vinyl in a brown chipboard sleeve with a download card for accessing an additional 44 minutes of music (also included on the album's CD version), as a double CD in a brown chipboard digi-pack, as well as digitally.
Listen to the first track from the album, ‘Paradise is Mine: https://youtu.be/HgtGHp2kfPQ
The Beggar was recorded and mixed at Candy Bomber Studio, Berlin, engineered by Ingo Krauss and mastered by Doug Henderson at Micro-Moose, Berlin. The album was written and produced by Michael Gira and features contributions from recent and former Swans, members of Angels of Light, as well as Guest Swan Ben Frost.
Primary contributors to The Beggar:
Michael Gira – Vocals, words, acoustic guitar, production. Gira started Swans in NYC in 1982 and has been the primary songwriter, singer and producer throughout the years. During the Swans hiatus (1999 – 2010), he released several albums by and toured with a group called Angels of Light. Gira recently published a book of his short stories, journals, and words for music, called The Knot. He lives in New Mexico.
Kristof Hahn – Lap steel, various guitars, vocals. Kristof first joined Swans in 1989 and was a principal contributor to Angels of Light, and a core Swans member 2010 – 2017. Kristof’s other musical ventures have included the Rock ‘n’ Roll Noir band Les Hommes Sauvages and Kool Kings (with Alex Chilton). When not making music Kristof translates books. He lives in Berlin, Germany.
Larry Mullins - Drums, vibes, orchestral percussion, Mellotron, various keyboards, backing vocals. Larry is a trained symphonic percussionist. He played through the ‘90s with Iggy Pop and later with The Stooges. He played with Swans in the late ‘90s and was a main contributor to Angels of Light. His current main job is playing drums with The Bad Seeds. Larry lives in Berlin, Germany.
Dana Schechter – Bass guitar, lap steel, keyboards, vocals, piano. Dana played bass in and was a core member of Angels of Light. She subsequently released music and toured as Bee and Flower. Her current band is the power-duo, Insect Ark. Dana is an animator and designer in the film industry and currently lives in Berlin, Germany.
Christopher Pravdica - Bass guitar, sounds, keyboards, vocals. Chris played bass as a core Swans member in 2010 – 2017. Chris has played with the bands, The Gunga Din, Flux Information Sciences, Xiu Xiu, Yonatan Gat’s Medicine Singers and has a project of his own called We Owe. Chris is a sound designer and lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Phil Puleo – Drums, percussion, vocals, piano, exotic wind instruments. Phil played drums with Swans in the late ‘90s and was a core member in Swans 2010 – 2017 and contributed to Angels of Light. Phil’s early NYC musical venture was Cop Shoot Cop and has since played with Human Impact, among others. Phil is an extremely talented illustrator and lives in Chicago, IL.
Ben Frost - Guitar, synthesizers, sound manipulations. In his own work, Ben’s adventurous sound-craftings are sometimes harrowing and sometimes delicate and quite musical. His numerous albums and his powerful live shows have afforded him much recognition. He is also an accomplished composer and arranger of music for film and television. Ben lives in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Backing vocals are provided by Jennifer Gira, Lucy Kruger and Laura Carbone.
The Beggar tracklisting
  1. The Parasite
  2. Paradise is Mine
  3. Los Angeles: City of Death
  4. Michael is Done
  5. Unforming
  6. The Beggar
  7. No More of This
  8. Ebbing
  9. Why Can't I Have What I Want Any Time That I Want?
  10. The Beggar Lover (Three)
  11. The Memorious
Pre-order The Beggar: https://younggodrecords.com/products/the-beggar
And be sure to check out the rest of younggodrecords.com for recent restocks of Soundtracks for the Blind, Public Castration is a Good Idea, Angles of Light “Sing Other People" and We Are Him, all shipping now.
SWANS LIVE DATES - 2023
20 May – Leipzig DE, UT Connewitz – SOLD OUT
21 May – Poznan PL, CK Zamek – SOLD OUT
23 May – Katowice PL, Kino Teatr Rialto – SOLD OUT
25 May – Zilina SK, New Synagogue
26 May – Llubljana SI, Kino Siska
27 May – Innsbrück AT, Heart of Noise Festival, Treivus
29 May – Bologna IT, Teatro Duse
31 May – Lyon FR, Transbordeur
2 June – Barcelona ES, Primavera Sound Festival
4 June – Lisbon PT, Culturgest – SOLD OUT
5 June – Lisbon PT, Culturgest
6 June – Faro PT, Teatro Das Figuras
9 June – Madrid ES, Primavera Sound Festival
11 June – Athens GR, Vraxon Theatre
13 June – Thessaloniki GR, Moni Lazariston
15 June – Antwerp BE, Bourlaschouwburg
16 June – Utrecht NL, Hertz Theatre – SOLD OUT
11 Aug – Brighton UK, St Georges Church
12 Aug – Manchester UK, Albert Hall
15 Aug – Newcastle UK, Boiler Shop
16 Aug – Glasgow UK, St Luke Cathedral
18 Aug – Bristol UK, Arc Tangent Festival
19 Aug – Leeds UK, Belgrave Music Hall
21 Aug – Dublin IE, The Academy
23 Aug – Norwich UK, Waterfront
24 Aug – London UK, Troxy
26 Aug – Lausanne CH, Nox Orea Festival
2 Sep – Dallas TX, Granada Theater
3 Sep – Austin TX, Paramount Theatre
7 Sep – Phoenix AZ, Crescent Ballroom
8 Sep – Los Angeles CA, Lodge Room
9 Sep – Los Angeles CA, Lodge Room
12 Sep – San Francisco CA, Great American Music Hall
13 Sep – San Francisco CA, Great American Music Hall
15 Sep – Portland OR, Revolution Hall
16 Sep – Seattle WA, The Crocodile Showroom
19 Sep – Omaha NE, Waiting Room Showroom
20 Sep – Minneapolis MN, Fine Line Music Cafe
21 Sep – Chicago IL, Cabaret Metro
23 Sep – Detroit MI, Magic Bag
24 Sep – Cleveland OH, Beachland Ballroom
26 Sep – Toronto ON, Phoenix Concert Theater
27 Sep – Montreal QC, Theatre National
29 Sep – Brooklyn NY, Music Hall of Williamsburg
30 Sep – Brooklyn NY, Music Hall of Williamsburg
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2023.03.22 11:39 Astice_Pensante Dead Island 2 is looking refreshingly bloody and unpretentious (03/22/2023)

Walking around the deserted streets of Los Angeles - and you can take your leisure, in Dead Island 2, because most zombies are quite shambly - I encountered many a rich-person decor. Last week, I was given a preview build of the upcoming first-person zombie-smasher and played about the first five hours of it in single-player, taking in sights like a community of gated millionaire mansions, a slightly less palacious but still ridiculous neighbourhood, and an upmarket hotel styled after the famous Beverly Hills Hotel. They're all full of weird stuff. There's a panic room where a guy turned into a zombie mid-demo tape recording Link to article
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2023.03.22 11:18 lovelyladyheather Using Zip Pay for Hotel Security Deposits when overseas?

Hi Everyone,
I hope this is ok to post here, If not please advise where to go.
Next month I am going back to the USA to see immediate family and childhood friends in LA and then to New York to be in a wedding. I have a full-time job with lots of annual leave banked up to cover me while I am gone and some savings.
I have paid mostly everything by now:
-Flights (All International and Domestic flights for both USA and Australia)
-Travel Insurance
-Hotel rooms*\*
-Bridesmaid Dress
-Alterations
-Shoes
-Passports

Hotel Rooms**\* - For Los Angeles, I don't need to worry about accommodation and transport as I will stay with Mom and do all of my traveling with her.
New York, on the other hand, does require accomodation.
I have prepaid all room and tax for all hotels in New York.
However there are those damned security deposits, which is a standard everywhere, that are the pain in the ass!
I was thinking of using Zip Pay for hotel security deposit expense specifically as it is refunded to you within 10 business days and if I accumulate the monthly fee, it's just under $8.00.
What are your thoughts on this?
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2023.03.22 10:31 birbo-figaro Antonio Banderas produce la versión española de 'El fantasma de la ópera'. Ayer martes asistió a las audiciones para seleccionar a los intérpretes del musical de Andrew Lloyd Weber en el Teatro Pavón. El estreno será el 4 de octubre en el teatro UMusic Hotel Teatro Albéniz.

Antonio Banderas produce la versión española de 'El fantasma de la ópera'. Ayer martes asistió a las audiciones para seleccionar a los intérpretes del musical de Andrew Lloyd Weber en el Teatro Pavón. El estreno será el 4 de octubre en el teatro UMusic Hotel Teatro Albéniz. submitted by birbo-figaro to Madrid_Teatro [link] [comments]


2023.03.22 10:30 Astice_Pensante Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores Game Director on how PS4 isn't holding them back on PS5 any more (03/22/2023)

Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores Game Director Mathijs de Jonge has spoken about the technical prowess of the PS5, and the benefits of not having to optimize for the PS4, in a recent PlayStation Blog post interview.Burning Shores, a PS5-exclusive, appears to have allowed the team at Guerrilla Games to make the most out of the hardware available, something which Mathijs de Jonge states allowed them to create a "stunning post-post-apocalyptic version of Los Angeles.""On Horizon Forbidden West, everything we added or increased was something we’d need to have a plan around how to optimize for PS4 as well," writes de Jonge when asked how the team at Guerrilla Games had made use of the PS5's power during development. "On Burning Shores, since we can just focus on PS5, we’ve been able to charge forward, and we’re really excited about what we’ve been able to pull off in creating this stunning post-post-apocalyptic version of Los Angeles." Read more Link to article
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2023.03.22 10:00 SixersGameThreadBot [Tailgate Thread] Philadelphia 76ers (48-23) @ Chicago Bulls (34-37) - 08:00 PM EDT

Philadelphia 76ers (48-23) @ Chicago Bulls (34-37)

Matchup History

Date Location Result
03/20/2023 Philadelphia Loss 109-105
01/06/2023 Philadelphia Loss 126-112
10/29/2022 Chicago Win 114-109
03/07/2022 Philadelphia Win 121-106
02/06/2022 Chicago Win 119-108

Season Stats

Team PTS REB AST STL BLK TO FG% 3P% FT%
76ers 115.4 41.0 25.2 7.8 4.8 12.8 0.487 0.388 0.835
Bulls 113.5 42.7 24.3 7.7 4.5 13.0 0.489 0.364 0.812

Team Leaders

76ers Bulls
PTS Joel Embiid (33.6) (25.4) DeMar DeRozan
REB Joel Embiid (10.3) (11.3) Nikola Vucevic
AST James Harden (10.8) (5.1) DeMar DeRozan
BLK Joel Embiid (1.76) (0.8) Patrick Williams

Eastern Conference Standings

Rank Team W L Pct GB Conf Home Away L10 Strk
1 Milwaukee Bucks 51 20 0.718 - 30-15 29-7 22-13 7-3 W 1
2 Boston Celtics 50 23 0.685 2.0 29-16 26-9 24-14 5-5 W 1
3 Philadelphia 76ers 48 23 0.676 3.0 29-16 26-11 22-12 8-2 L 1
4 Cleveland Cavaliers 46 28 0.622 6.5 30-15 29-8 17-20 7-3 W 2
5 New York Knicks 42 31 0.575 10.0 28-17 20-17 22-14 6-4 L 1
6 Brooklyn Nets 39 33 0.542 12.5 26-19 19-15 20-18 5-5 L 4
7 Miami Heat 39 34 0.534 13.0 20-24 24-13 15-21 6-4 W 1
8 Atlanta Hawks 36 36 0.5 15.5 22-23 20-15 16-21 5-5 W 1
9 Toronto Raptors 35 37 0.486 16.5 20-22 23-13 12-24 5-5 L 1
10 Chicago Bulls 34 37 0.479 17.0 25-22 20-16 14-21 6-4 W 3
11 Indiana Pacers 32 40 0.444 19.5 22-22 19-17 13-23 5-5 L 2
12 Washington Wizards 32 40 0.444 19.5 19-26 16-18 16-22 2-8 L 3
13 Orlando Magic 30 43 0.411 22.0 16-28 17-19 13-24 4-6 W 1
14 Charlotte Hornets 23 50 0.315 29.0 14-34 12-24 11-26 3-7 W 1
15 Detroit Pistons 16 57 0.219 36.0 7-38 9-29 7-28 1-9 L 4

League Scoreboard

Away Score Home Status
Denver Nuggets - Washington Wizards 7:00 pm ET
New York Knicks - Miami Heat 7:30 pm ET
Indiana Pacers - Toronto Raptors 7:30 pm ET
Golden State Warriors - Dallas Mavericks 7:30 pm ET
Houston Rockets - Memphis Grizzlies 8:00 pm ET
San Antonio Spurs - Milwaukee Bucks 8:00 pm ET
Atlanta Hawks - Minnesota Timberwolves 8:00 pm ET
Portland Trail Blazers - Utah Jazz 9:00 pm ET
Phoenix Suns - Los Angeles Lakers 10:00 pm ET
Posted: 03/22/2023 05:00:01 AM EDT, Update Interval: 5 Minutes
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2023.03.22 09:28 Astice_Pensante Horizon Forbidden West developer tries to explain why Burning Shores DLC is PlayStation 5 only (03/22/2023)

Game director Mathijs de Jonge has promised Horizon Forbidden West's Burning Shores DLC will fully embrace the "power" of the PlayStation 5, in a bid to explain why the add-on is exclusive to Sony's newer console.
Burning Shores will see Forbidden West's protagonist Aloy heading out to the "untamed wilds of Los Angeles" following the events of Forbidden West's main campaign.However, despite the base game releasing across both PlayStation 5 and PS4 consoles, Burning Shores is a PS5 exclusive. Read more Link to article
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2023.03.22 09:15 holywowzer12 Trying a New Strat, Trail responsibly.

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2023.03.22 09:11 Kitchen-Pop7308 Great night, didn't post before because whenever I do for some reason it's always an L

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2023.03.22 03:00 Medium_Wave_6782 $25 to 1K (Day 1 of 5 +110)

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2023.03.22 02:21 itroblox How close you are to detroit

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2023.03.22 02:15 Ok_Homework_4505 LAST MINUTE HAIL MARY🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿PRAYERS UP FELLAS

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2023.03.22 01:44 poavellaneda Ferraresi: el interventor es un viejo amigo de Edesur

Ferraresi: el interventor es un viejo amigo de Edesur
Un historial de beneficios a la privatizada desde la Municipalidad de Avellaneda.
El gobierno nacional intervino la empresa eléctrica Edesur por 180 días y designó para esa tarea al intendente de Avellaneda y exministro de Desarrollo Territorial y Hábitat de la Nación, Jorge Ferraresi.
El interventor tiene un historial de acuerdos con la firma eléctrica. En diciembre de 2010, el Concejo Delibertante aprobó por unanimidad la privatización del cobro del servicio de alumbrado público a Edesur. Más recaudaciones para una empresa que, para aquellos años, ya era denunciada por vecinos y trabajadores por falta de inversiones, sufriendo apagones constantes.
Según la ordenanza 22.568, el objetivo era “optimizar el sistema de recaudación de la tasa municipal por alumbrado público, como manera de lograr y mejorar una satisfactoria prestación de bienes y servicios orientada a la comunidad de Avellaneda”.
Mucho ruido y pocas nueces. En 2009, a partir de denuncias vecinales, se constató que dicho servicio se cobraba de forma duplicada, tanto en la factura de Edesur como en la Tasa de Servicios Generales (TSG, ex ABL). De este modo a las familias trabajadoras se les obligaba a desembolsar $600 ($300 para Edesur y $300 para el municipio). El reclamo culminó con el compromiso de “quienes hayan recibido la factura de luz donde figura ese cargo municipal, deben dirigirse a Edesur con el pago de la tasa y hacer el reclamo. Tiene la obligación de restituir el importe” (Diario Popular, 26/02/2019). La devolución quedó a cargo de la municipalidad, nuevamente el Estado salvando a la privatizada y sus millonarias ganancias.
Año tras año, la Gestión A incrementa el impuesto municipal de forma exorbitante. Solo en 2023 el incremento trepó en un 84%, ganándole largamente a la estimación inflacionaria (y techo paritario) nacional y provincial del 60%. “La TSG para viviendas pasará a tener un valor mínimo cercano a los $3.750” (Avellaneda Hoy, 25/11/2022). Tarifazo que aniquila los bolsillo de vecinos, vecinas y laburantes de la ciudad del sur del conurbano. ¿Adivinen quienes quedan eximidos de su pago? Según el gobierno de Jorge Ferraresi, buscando incentivar las inversiones (cosa que no hicieron en más de treinta años), Edesur queda condonado de abonar la tarifa. Otro granito de arena para seguir inflando las riquezas fugadas a sus casas de origen.
Mientras sucede todo esto, habitantes de Dock Sud, Isla Maciel, Sarandí, Villa Corina, Piñeyro, Gerli y Wilde viven en condiciones paupérrimas, con una red eléctrica altamente deficitaria donde aún existen los cables de tela y los cortes de luz con constantes, al igual que los casos de personas electrocutadas u hogares incendiados a causa de cortocircuitos catalogados como accidentes, pero no es así, un accidente es algo que no se puede prever, la falta de inversión prevé esto.
Para “hacerle frente” (palabras del propio interventor), pocos años atrás, el municipio de Avellaneda cerró un nuevo acuerdo con la empresa distribuidora de energía eléctrica. La Municipalidad pone la mano de obra y Edesur los forma para solucionar urgencias, creando así cuadrillas en negro, ya que en su gran mayoría, quienes efectúan dichos cursos de formación, son cooperativistas, monotributistas y beneficiarios del Potenciar Trabajo. De este modo, tanto el Ejecutivo local como la privatizada, se ahorran trabajadores bajo convenio Luz y Fuerza, precarizando en salarios y condiciones de labor.
Es ilustrativo ver como vecines del Docke se cuelgan a los postes para cambiarse de fase, ante los constantes cortes de luz, a metros de la central térmica.
La solución a los cortes de luz y la falta de inversión no vendrá de la mano de gobiernos capitalistas que gestionan en beneficio de las privatizadas, de lo cual Ferraresi es otro ejemplo.
Jorge Ferraresi y Sergio Massa
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2023.03.22 01:43 Slow_Ad_98 Good A** Job (Hypothetical)

Background: Good A** Job was initially meant to be the fourth installment in Kanye West's "College Dropout" series. The album was first teased by Kanye in 2007 and was intended to be released in 2008. However, due to personal and professional issues, the album was delayed and ultimately scrapped. In 2023, after years of anticipation from fans, Kanye decided to revisit the project and release it as a final tribute to his "College Dropout" era.
Story: Good A** Job is a reflection on Kanye's journey since the release of his debut album, "The College Dropout," and serves as a culmination of his experiences and growth as an artist. The album takes listeners on a journey through Kanye's past, present, and future, with a mix of unreleased tracks, scrapped songs from previous albums, and new material. The album is a celebration of Kanye's artistry, and a reminder of his influence on the industry.
Release Date: June 23, 2023
Track List:
  1. Anyway
  2. I Got This Love (feat. 88-Keys)
  3. Follow your Heart
  4. Down Town (feat. Brandy)
  5. What It Is (feat. T-Pain)
  6. Grammy Family (feat. Consequence)
  7. Higher (feat. Tarrey Torae)
  8. Gimme The Mic (Skit #1)
  9. Crazy Life (feat. Tony Williams)
  10. Love Me
  11. Lonely
  12. The Light Is Not Afraid Of The Dark
  13. Throw Money Everywhere
  14. We Fight/We Love (prod. Q-Tip)
  15. Midnight
  16. Smoked Up (Skit #2)
  17. Takin' Off (prod. Kanye West & Dave McCracken)
  18. Put On (prod. Drumma Boy)
  19. Impossible (feat. Twista)
  20. Do What I Gotta Do
  21. I See Now (Aww)
  22. Room to Breathe
  23. Don't Look Down (feat. Lupe Fiasco)
  24. Let's Celebrate (Skit #3)
  25. Born To Lose
  26. You Again (Skit #4) (feat. Tony Williams)
  27. Dreams
  28. Hot Sauce (feat. John Legend)
  29. Arguing (feat. John Legend)
Features: Brandy, Tony Williams, John Legend, Tarrey Torae, Twista, Lupe Fiasco, Consequence, Little Brother, and Young Jeezy.
First Week Sales: The album's first week sales would surpass 1 million copies, making it one of the best-selling albums of the year.
Awards: The album "Good A** Job" would go on to win multiple awards, including Album of the Year at the Grammys, BET Hip Hop Awards, and Billboard Music Awards. It would also receive critical acclaim from music critics, who praised Kanye's artistic growth and evolution.
Public and Critics Response: Good A** Job received critical acclaim for its innovative production, introspective lyrics, and cohesive storytelling. The album was praised for its ability to capture the essence of Kanye's "College Dropout" era while still pushing the boundaries of hip-hop. Fans and critics alike hailed Good Ass Job as a classic, and praised Kanye for his growth as an artist.
Good Ass Tour: Kanye embarked on the "Good A** Tour" to support the album, playing shows across North America, Europe, and Asia. The tour featured state-of-the-art production, elaborate stage designs, and a stunning visual experience for fans, and guest appearances from some of Kanye's closest collaborators.
Some of the tour dates and locations include:
The end of the tour would mark the end of the "College Dropout Quadrilogy" era, with Kanye hinting at a new album in the far future. He would thank his fans for their unwavering support and dedication throughout the years and promise them that the best is yet to come.
Fans and critics alike would agree that "Good A** Job" was a fitting conclusion to the "College Dropout Quadrilogy" and a testament to Kanye's genius as an artist.
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2023.03.21 22:54 FireMEGAcrush HoW tO sUrVivE ThE tHrEe DaY lOckOuT.

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2023.03.21 22:16 autobuzzfeedbot 21 Facts That Are So Interesting, I Know They Will Live In My Brain For All Of Eternity

  1. While Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York" is probably one of the crooner's best-known songs, it was originally very different. Turns out, we have Robert De Niro to thank for it! Composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb were tapped to write music for Martin Scorsese's 1977 film, New York, New York, which stars Liza Minnelli and De Niro. When the duo previewed the songs they had written, De Niro thought the title track, which was connected to his character, was too lighthearted. Although Kander and Ebb said they thought De Niro seemed "pompous" in telling them to rewrite the song, they took the criticism to heart and ended up penning their new version of the song in just 45 minutes.
  2. Ferris Bueller's Day Off is my favorite movie of all time, so it's honestly criminal that I've never done a deep dive into some behind-the-scenes moments from the film! John Hughes, known for his teen movies, ended up writing the script in just a few days in order to get a draft finished before the Writers Guild of America went on strike. The script was reportedly so strong that it was barely edited before filming started. The movie is widely considered to be a love letter to Hughes's Chicago hometown and is filled with references to his own upbringing and shots of the city's skyline. In fact, Hughes even gave Ferris the same address as his childhood home, and his bedroom reportedly resembled Hughes's.
  3. If I had to learn about this giraffe mating ritual, then it's only fair that you do too, okay? Unlike other animals, giraffes don't have a set mating season. Instead, they have an estrous cycle, which resembles a human menstrual cycle, except this cycle swaps blood for urine. When a male giraffe approaches a female giraffe, he begins to rub against her, which she takes as a signal to begin peeing. The male giraffe then tastes her pee to see if she's fertile, and thus, the mating ritual begins. A typical giraffe pregnancy lasts for 400–460 days. Male giraffes typically have no role in raising their offspring.
  4. In 2007, Lisa Nowak became the first NASA astronaut to be arrested when she drove across the United States to confront a woman who was dating a fellow astronaut with whom Nowak had also had a relationship. About a decade after graduating from the US Naval Academy, Nowak was selected to be an astronaut at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, where she specialized in robotics. Nowak said she was deeply affected by the 2003 Columbia space shuttle explosion because her best friend, astronaut Laurel Clark, died. Nowak told NASA that her children convinced her to continue on with her space career despite her unease.
  5. Despite what you might believe after watching The Greatest Showman, P.T. Barnum was not a good guy. He had a long history of animal cruelty and was known for mistreating enslaved people and people with disabilities. He even reportedly hated the people who paid money to come see his exhibits. Barnum was allegedly frustrated that people were taking their time during visits to his museum, so he decided to post signs reading "This Way to the Egress" all over the place. He (correctly) believed that most of the visitors wouldn't know that "egress" meant "exit," so when they followed the signs, they ended up unknowingly leaving the entire museum. As a result, many people paid to reenter, bringing home even more money for Barnum.
  6. Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire" is essentially History 101 in song form. The track name-drops 118 historical events from 1949 to 1989, including everything from pivotal moments in the civil rights movement to details from sports and pop culture history. Joel was inspired to write the song after having a conversation with Sean Lennon, who was then in his 20s, while in the recording studio. One of Lennon's friends allegedly said that it was a terrible time to be a young person. Joel, who was about to turn 40, reportedly said that his own younger years hadn't been that easy either.
  7. Coney Island's skyline looked a lot different back in the 1800s. The Brooklyn boardwalk was once home to a 200-foot-tall elephant-shaped hotel! The hotel, known as the Elephantine Colossus, was built in 1885 and contained 31 rooms, a concert hall, and a museum. The elephant's head housed an observatory, and its eyes served as telescopes. The real kicker was that the hotel was built several years before the Statue of Liberty was completed, so the giant elephant was often the first thing immigrants saw when they reached New York. At some point, the hotel was seen as gimmicky and lost most of its clientele. Soon, sex workers began moving in. In 1896, Elephantine Colossus burned down and was never rebuilt.
  8. During Ronald Reagan's 1966 California gubernatorial campaign, he began eating jelly beans in an attempt to curb his pipe-smoking habit. His jelly beans of choice were the Goelitz Mini Jelly Beans from the Herman Goelitz Candy Co. Once the company caught wind of Reagan's love for the treat, they began to send the politician a monthly shipment of candy and even gifted the governor with a custom jelly bean jar. After Reagan's two terms as governor ended, the company continued to send him jelly beans. In 1976, Goelitz debuted their latest creation: the Jelly Belly. Within two years, Reagan's entire jelly bean shipment shifted to include only Jelly Belly jelly beans.
  9. There are two main groups of whales: baleen whales, which include species like the blue whale and the humpback whale; and toothed whales, consisting of orcas, belugas, and sperm whales. While you probably guessed that toothed whales are named as such because they have teeth, baleen whales have baleen plates in their mouths, which help them filter out krill and other food. Toothed whales also have a "melon" in their foreheads. The melon is a mass of tissue that helps with communication and is crucial for echolocation, which they use to find food and to navigate underwater.
  10. In 1997, construction on Disneyland's California Adventure Park was halted after Princess Diana was killed in a limo accident in a Paris tunnel on Aug. 31. California Adventure was supposed to include a ride called Superstar Limo, which involved guests boarding a limo and embarking on a high-speed chase through some of Los Angeles's biggest landmarks in order to get to the Disney offices in time to sign a huge movie contract. Riders also had to evade the paparazzi. Once the ride ended, passengers were encouraged to buy mock tabloids featuring the pictures the "paparazzi" had taken of them. Following Diana's death, Disney knew they could no longer debut the ride. Soon, they began to brainstorm alternative ideas to replace the limo theme.
  11. Donald Gorske, who is known as the ultimate Big Mac fan, has reportedly eaten at least one McDonald's Big Mac every day for the past 50 years. As of May 2022, Gorske believes he has consumed about 32,340 Big Macs. He told Guinness World Records that he typically eats two Big Macs a day, although he revealed that at one point, his daily diet included nine burgers! "May 17, 1972, was the day I got my first car," Gorske said. "I drove to McDonald’s, ordered my first three Big Macs, went in the car, and ate them. And I said right there that I’m gonna probably eat these the rest of my life, and I threw the cartons in the backseat and started counting them from day one." Despite his Big Mac diet, Gorske and his wife say that doctors have given him a clean bill of health.
  12. Although you probably picture Queen Elizabeth II wearing one of her signature colorful skirt suits, her fashion history is actually quite fascinating! Elizabeth was photographed wearing pants only once during her entire reign. In 1970, she was reportedly interested in updating her look, and asked her tailor for a custom pantsuit to wear during her royal tour in Australia. It's safe to assume that Elizabeth wasn't too fond of the outfit, as she was never again seen wearing pants in public. In order to maintain professionalism and avoid any type of fashion mishap, her dress hems were always cut below the knee.
  13. In 1986, Clint Eastwood ran for mayor of Carmel, California, in part because he wanted to overturn the town's strict law regarding ice cream sales. Eastwood announced his intention to run for office in 1985 after he reportedly found the City Council very difficult to work with when he wanted to turn property he owned into office space. He also cited a 1929 law in Carmel that banned the sale of ice cream cones as another reason for his campaign. In April 1986, he defeated incumbent Charlotte Townsend. His first order of business? He removed from office all of the people who supported the ice cream ban, thus allowing the sale of ice cream cones in Carmel for the first time in decades.
  14. Chances are, you read George Orwell's Animal Farm in school. In the novel, a group of animals team up to rebel against the farmer who owns them, only to end up living in a communist dictatorship led by pigs. Although Orwell said that the book was the first time he had successfully been able to blend politics and art, he had a hard time finding a publisher. Several publishing houses turned down the book because they felt uneasy about its political stance. Secker & Warburg ultimately agreed to publish Animal Farm, and the book became a hit and was even used by the CIA as a propaganda tool during the Cold War.
  15. In 1928, Huey Long was elected governor of Louisiana on a promise of helping people who had been neglected by the federal government. He soon had his sights set on Washington and won a Senate seat. But before leaving for DC in 1932, he had the lieutenant governor replaced by two successors who promised to follow Long's commands. In the Senate, he created the “Share Our Wealth” program, which many thought was part of his bid for the presidency. In 1935, Long was assassinated by a political rival. Despite his death, his impact in the state lived on. In 1940, a study showed that rural schoolchildren not only had no idea that Long had been killed but also believed he was president.
  16. The Real Housewives franchise put Bravo on the map for its depiction of the wild and wacky antics of wealthy women around the country, but it originally looked like a much different show! Scott Dunlop, the original producer of the Real Housewives of Orange County, got the idea for the show in 1986 when he moved from Los Angeles to Coto de Caza, one of the world's largest gated communities, located in Orange County, California. Dunlop began to notice that many of his female neighbors spent their days shopping and playing golf while their husbands went to work.
  17. The first meal eaten on the moon included bacon bits, peaches, sugar cookie cubes, and a pineapple-grapefruit beverage. Bacon reportedly had a long history when it came to space travel. It was a staple during the Gemini missions and became a favorite among many astronauts. Despite all of the bacon love, it's since disappeared from space menus. Now the closest thing to bacon is a sausage patty that has to be rehydrated with warm water before being eaten.
  18. Oscar Gamble, a baseball player who spent over 20 years in the major leagues, was known not only for his on-field play but also for his Afro, which sparked quite the controversy. In 1973, Gamble arrived at the Cleveland Indians training camp sporting an Afro. Although many Black basketball players had Afros, the hairstyle wasn't too popular among baseball players. Baseball was often seen as more conservative, and during the 1970s, the Afro was associated with the Black Power movement. Gamble's hair quickly became controversial. "People took one look at that hair and thought I was a bad guy," Gamble said in 1979. "There were some sportswriters who wouldn’t talk to me. They thought I was some kind of militant, with my beard and my hair."
  19. In December 1990, Iben Browning, who claimed that he was a climatologist, predicted that a major earthquake was going to hit the St. Louis area on Dec. 3. In New Madrid, a Missouri town located on a fault line, people began stockpiling supplies, while others left town completely. Browning reportedly used weather patterns to make his predictions, although his exact methods were never publicized. Although scientists didn't vocally deny Browning's claims, it was believed that they didn't support his prediction, since it's impossible to predict an earthquake. The earthquake never happened. In fact, the area has not faced an earthquake at the magnitude Browning predicted in the three decades since.
  20. While kangaroos are known for their hopping abilities (they can jump about 25 feet in one go!), they are unable to go backward because their big feet and long tails prohibit any backward movement. This anatomical hindrance has since been used by their native Australia as a symbol. The kangaroo was reportedly included on the Australian coat of arms to represent the idea that Australia is a nation that is always moving forward.
  21. And finally, Elouise Cobell, who was also known as Yellow Bird Woman, fought for Native Americans to have control over their land and finances. Cobell was born on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana, where her family did not have running water or electricity. Her great-great-grandfather notably stood up to the US government in the 19th century. When Cobell was 4 years old, her father built a one-room schoolhouse that she attended until she was in high school. Cobell reportedly took notice of her family's complaints about the Bureau of Indian Affairs, an agency that many suspected mismanaged the profits from land and trusts owned by Native Americans.
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2023.03.21 20:24 ClassifiedsCR Explore Nice and the French Riviera: 5 Unforgettable Tours

Explore Nice and the French Riviera: 5 Unforgettable Tours

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Embarking on a journey to Nice, the sparkling jewel of the French Riviera? Prepare to be enchanted by its breathtaking coastline, bustling city life, and rich history. To make your visit truly memorable, we've compiled a list of five fantastic tours that showcase the very best of Nice and its surroundings. And when it comes to finding the perfect place to stay, look no further than Booking.com - your ultimate resource for accommodations in Nice.

Unravel the Mysteries of Nice: Private Guided Sightseeing Tour

Delve into the fascinating world of Nice with a private guided sightseeing tour. As you meander through the city's charming streets, you'll learn intriguing facts and trivia about its history. This tour includes stops at the iconic Promenade des Anglais and the luxurious Hotel Negresco, where you'll marvel at its opulent carpet – one of the largest in the world!

Experience the Best of the French Riviera: Full-day Private Tour

Embark on a full-day private adventure to uncover the French Riviera's most stunning locations. Your journey begins with a hotel pick-up and a visit to the glamorous Monaco, famed for its upscale casinos and lavish accommodations. The tour proceeds to the medieval village of Èze, where you'll enjoy a private tour of the renowned Fragonard Perfume factory. Learn the factory's history while sampling various fragrances and guessing their floral origins. Next, soak in the breathtaking views of the French Riviera from the picturesque village of La Turbie before heading to Cannes. There, immerse yourself in the city's festival culture as you ascend the renowned Red-Carpet Stairs of the Palais des Festivals and stroll down Boulevard de la Croisette. Your tour concludes with visits to the enchanting villages of Antibes and St. Paul de Vence, where you can explore their medieval streets and stunning vistas.

Discover Saint-Tropez's Allure: Private Full-day Tour

Unveil the charm of Saint-Tropez on this private full-day tour. After a pickup in Nice, you'll travel to Sainte-Maxime and board a ferry to the glamorous Saint-Tropez. Take in the city's stunning landscapes and explore Pampelonne before venturing to the picturesque village of Gassin, offering panoramic views of Saint-Tropez. As you wander, your knowledgeable guide will share the city's traditions and its rise to fame as a sought-after destination. Cap off your day with a visit to Château Minuty, where you'll sample various exquisite wines before returning to Nice.

Delight in Provence's Beauty: Private Countryside Tour

Experience the best of Provence and the French Riviera on this full-day private tour. Your bilingual guide will pick you up and whisk you away to Cannes, where you'll wander along the seafront Croisette boulevard, browsing luxury boutiques and admiring celebrity handprints left during the Cannes Film Festival. The journey continues to Grasse, the 'perfume capital of the world,' for a guided tour of a perfume factory and a stroll through the historic town. Next, visit the medieval village of Gourdon, offering panoramic views of the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. After lunch, your tour culminates with a visit to Florian, a traditional confectioner crafting flower-infused sweets beloved across the Riviera.

Explore Provence's Natural Wonders: Verdon Canyon, Castellane & Moustiers Tour

Unearth the stunning beauty of Provence on this guided tour showcasing its breathtaking landscapes. First, you'll visit Castellane, a medieval village nestled at the gateway to the Verdon Canyons. Here, you can admire awe-inspiring views of the canyon and the Verdon River. Next, journey to the mesmerizing Lake of Sainte-Croix, where you'll have ample opportunities to capture photos of its vibrant turquoise waters. Your final stop is the quaint village of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, where you can leisurely explore at your own pace. Before heading back, indulge in a delicious lunch of Provençal specialties at a charming terrace café.
Once you've chosen your must-experience tours, let Booking.com take care of your accommodation needs in Nice. With an extensive array of hotels, apartments, and guesthouses, you're guaranteed to find the perfect home away from home that suits your preferences and budget. So, pack your bags, embark on your unforgettable journey to Nice and the French Riviera, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Bon voyage!
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