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I have a friend that sent me a questionaire for me to do as Alexandria. 😉

And I’ve completed it. I feel it belongs on the plot bunny site, but it would be in the middle of the story… so here’s a nifty little poll, do I post it there or wait till the story is finished?

It’s a bonus for all those that have liked her page on facebook and for those liking leaving comments on the chapters! 😉

let me know, it’s ready to go! 😀

I might even do some art to go with it…. 😉

so a respected friend, Skeen just gave me a brilliant idea! I’m going to post on the creative site with the art I’m going to do! sound good?

ZOMG it’s Caturday! =^.^=

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Calendar day; April 11, 2015

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Saturday, the 11th of April, 2015 is the 101th day in 2015 and in the 15th calendar week.
General Events:
World Parkinson’s Disease Day
April 11, 2015 in the World
World Parkinson’s Disease Day marks the birthday of Dr. J Parkinson. On this day there are efforts made to increase the public awareness of this terrible disease, as well as all the good works put forth by the worlds organizations dedicated to eradicating this disease. There are activities to promote this the entire world over, and the opportunity to participate is open to any and all who want to help in this effort.
One of the popular ways of supporting the awareness of this disease is participating in marathons in cities throughout the world. The number of countries that are participating in this expand every year, including Uruguay, Mexico, Bolivia, Fulvio Captinio, the USA, Canada, and an increasing number with every passing year.
Dr. Parkinson first described the disease in “An Essay on the Shaking Palsy”, he described a pattern of lessened muscular power, involuntary tremulous motion, even if these are supported. There is at tendency to bend the body forwards, and to involuntarily switch from a walking to a running pace, while the sense and intellect deteriorate.
One of the prominent symbols of Parkinson’s disease is the red tulip, and this was established at the 9th World Parkinson’s disease Day at the Luxembourg Conference. The story of the Red Tulip can be tied back to J.W.S. Van der Wereld, a Dutch Horticulturalist who was suffering from Parkinson’s disease. He had successfully generated a Red and White Tulip, and named it in honor of the man who named his medical condition. On the tail of this, the Tulip received the Award of Merit, granted by the Royal Horticultural Society in London, and then was granted the Royal General Bulb Growers, Trial Garden Award.
Many people do not understand what Parkinson’s is, or are unaware of how to identify it. In the interest of promoting awareness of this disease, a simplified description follows. It is a disorder that results in the degeneration of the central nervous system, and directly impacts those that nerves that handle motor functions for the body as a whole. As the disease advances, it becomes apparent from the slowness of their body, and the increasing stiffness of their limbs that there is a developing problem. Their limbs will begin to shake uncontrollably as it gets further on, and eventually an entire scope of additional symptoms will develop as more and more motor functions are impacted. Sufferers are often tired, and memory problems become more apparent as time goes on.
Where is the event?
National Education and Sharing Day
April 11, 2015 in the USA
Education and Sharing Day is a day made by the United States Congress in honor of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (1902-1994). It honors his efforts for education and sharing for Jews and non-Jews alike. During his lifetime the Rabbi opened scores of centers of education called “Chabad Houses”. The day was inaugurated April 18, 1978, by President Jimmy Carter and has since been proclaimed, by the presiding President, annually on the Jewish birthday of Menachem Mendel Schneerson (11 Nissan), which generally falls out in April.
Where is the event?
Nationwide USA
Barbershop Quartet Day
April 11, 2015 in the World
Barbershop Quartet Day is celebrated on April 11, 2015. It commemorates the founding of the Barbershop Harmony Society on April 11, 1938. Barbershop vocal harmony, as codified during the barbershop revival era (1940s–present), is a style of a cappella, or unaccompanied vocal music characterized by consonant four-part chords for every melody note in a predominantly homophonic texture. Each of the four parts has its own role: generally, the lead sings the melody, the tenor harmonizes above the melody, the bass sings the lowest harmonizing notes, and the baritone completes the chord, usually below the lead.
Where is Barbershop Quartet Day?
International “Louie Louie” Day
April 11, 2015 in the World
“Louie Louie” is an American rhythm and blues song written by Richard Berry in 1955 and best known for the 1963 hit version by the Kingsmen. It has become a standard in pop and rock, with hundreds of versions recorded by different artists.
April 11, the birthday of Richard Berry, the man who composed Louie Louie, provides an annual opportunity to celebrate the song that has been called best party song of all time, has been recorded more times than any other rock song in history, and was very nearly declared the official state song of Washington State.
Where is the event?
National Submarine Day
April 11, 2015 in the USA
April 11, 2015 is commemorated by the United States submarine community as Submarine Day, the anniversary of April 11, 1900 when the American Government purchased its first commissioned submarine, the USS Holland. USS Holland was the United States Navy’s first commissioned submarine, named for her Irish-American inventor, John Philip Holland, although not the first submarine of the US Navy, which was the 1862 Alligator. The boat was originally laid down as Holland VI, and launched on 17 May 1897.
Holland VI eventually proved her validity and worthiness as a warship and was ultimately purchased by the U.S. government for the sum of $150,000 on 11 April 1900. She was considered to be the first truly successful craft of her type. It was decommissioned on July 17, 1905.
A submarine is a watercraft capable of independent operation underwater. It differs from a submersible, which has more limited underwater capability. The term submarine most commonly refers to a large crewed autonomous vessel. However, historically or colloquially, submarine can also refer to medium-sized or smaller vessels, remotely operated vehicles or robots.
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Historical Events on 11th April:
1471 – King Edward IV of England conquers London from Henry VI
1567 – Dutch prince William of Orange flees from Antwerp to Breda
1689 – William III & Mary II crowned as joint rulers of Britain
1713 – Peace of Utrecht; France cedes Maritime provinces to Britain – English, Prussian, Savoois, Portuguese & French peace treaty
1775 – The last execution for witchcraft in Germany takes place.
1783 – Hostilities formally cease in the American Revolutionary War
1814 – Napoleon abdicates unconditionally; he is exiled to Elba
1868 – The Shogunate is abolished in Japan
1876 – Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks organizes
1898 – President McKinley asks for Spanish-American War declaration
1899 – Treaty of Paris ratifies ends war; Spain cedes Puerto Rico to US
1900 – The first modern submarine designed and built by John Philip Holland is purchased by the U.S. Navy
1912 – The British Parliament introduce a Irish home rule bill, granting Ireland its own bicameral parliament and be required to send a representative to the British House of Commons; Protestants in Ulster resist
1943 – Frank Piasecki, Vertol founder, flies his 1st (single-rotor) craft
1945 – US soldiers liberate Nazi concentration camp “Buchenwald”
1957 – Britain agrees to Singaporean self-rule.
1965 – 40 tornadoes strike US midwest killing 272 & injuring 5,000
1968 – President Lyndon B. Johnson signs 1968 Civil Rights Act
1976 – The Apple I is created
1984 – Chinese troops invade Vietnam
1986 – Halley’s Comet makes closest approach to Earth this trip, 63 M km
1990 – Customs officers in Middlesbrough, United Kingdom, say they have seized what they believe to be the barrel of a massive gun on a ship bound for Iraq.
1991 – UN Security Council issues formal cease fire with Iraq declaration


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