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William Eldon Mays (1736) was born December 7, 1925 at Paris, Texas. He married Helen Hall at New London, Texas. No children. He is a twin to No. 1781.
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Could Mark Zuckerberg Lose 84% of Facebook?
Earlier this month, most media observers dismissed a lawsuit filed by a New York man claiming ownership of 84 percent of Facebook. On its face, the suit, filed by Paul Ceglia, appeared rather suspect. His lawyers argue that Ceglia signed a contract with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in April 2003 entitling him to the lion's share of what's now the world's largest social-networking company. But Zuckerberg hadn't even founded Facebook at the time, a fact that has led many to believe this suit was simply a frivolous claim. That changed today when a Facebook lawyer told a U.S. district judge she was "unsure" whether or not Zuckerberg signed the contract. Whether he signed this piece of paper, were unsure at this moment, Facebook lawyer Lisa Simpson said. That declaration of uncertainty surprised many in the legal and technology world who now wonder if Ceglia's case has merit. Facebook, it should be noted, is estimated to be worth around $25 billion:Here's What We Know, clarifies Mike Masnick at Tech Dirt:The hearing... explained the situation in a little more detail, saying that the guy, Paul Ceglia, had hired Mark Zuckerberg to do some coding for Ceglia's own project (a sort of "Street View" thing, that was intended to be a paid app for insurance providers). Somehow, according to Ceglia's lawyers, the deal was expanded so that not only would Zuckerberg code Ceglia's project, but Ceglia would "invest" in Zuckerberg's online yearbook project. The whole thing still seems... confusing, at best. I Bet Facebook Will Settle, writes Ron Schenone at Locker Gnome: "It is going to be interesting to see how this court case plays out. I would venture a guess that there might be an out of court settlement and the parties will not be able to disclose the amount of the settlement nor any details."May Be Too Old, writes Kim-Mai Cutler at VentureBeat: "Now six years old, its possible that the claim may be too old to pursue under New Yorks statute of limitations. The date of the contract also predates the formal founding of Facebook, since Zuckerberg built CourseMatch in September, Facemash in October and then the social network itself later that winter."Still Doesn't Add Up, adds Masnick: "It's unclear why a simple work for hire coding deal would also involve investment in the early version of Facebook, and even the timing seems off, as much of this happened well before pretty much all other reports discuss Zuckerberg's first plans for Facebook."If the Document Is Real, Facebook Still Has Options, writes Eric Eldon at Inside Facebook: "If the document does somehow turn out to be authentic, Facebooks legal team will no doubt contest its language, the time-lapse, and anything else it can find, and look for a quick settlement. We have a hard time seeing Ceglias desired outcome 84% ownership of Facebook ever happening."Bad Timing for Zuckerberg, writes Chris Williams at The Register: "The timing of the Ceglia case isn't great for Zuckerberg. His business practices while at Harvard are about to become widespread knowledge with the launch of the movie The Social Network. It covers his dispute with the Winklevoss twins, who alleged he stole code when they employed him to develop their site, ConnectU. Facebook paid them $65m to go away." Facebook Lawyer 'Unsure' Mike Masnick, Tech Dirt Did He Sign It? Ron Schenone, Locker Gnome Did He Give Up Stake? Darren Tebo, Neowin 84 Percent Kim-Mai Cutler, Venture Beat
Gus Arriola and Gordo
I never got to read Gordo when it was syndicated - it never ran in any papers in my area when I was a kid. It was always a strip that I read about, instead of actually reading. That changed as I got older and got to read longer runs of of it. It deserves all the praise it gets for its gentle humor and its brilliant design. You can read comics on the iPhone all day long, but its one panel at a time. To appreciate the craftsmanship of a Gordo strip, you need to take in the whole thing. The guy was just great, and he deserved a much wider audience and he deserves to be read and experienced still today. With comics in this Golden Age period of archival reprint heaven - cmon, even Gasoline Alley is getting collected - Gordo should be right there with everyone else. (Im looking at you, Dean Mullaney)! Continuing my series on cartooning and cartoonists, Gus wrote about himself and his work back in 1964. This is pulled from an oversized saddle-stitched magazine from Allied Publications with the creatively-challenged title These Top Cartoonists Tell How They Create Americas Favorite Comics. It featured an introduction by Beetle Baileys Mort Walker and was compiled by Allen Willette. Heres Gus on Gus and Gordo: Continue reading Gus Arriola and Gordo Tags: allen willette, allied publications, cartooning, cartoonist, dennis the menace, eldon dedini, gordo, gus arriola, hank ketcham, hogans alley, mexico, mort walker, newspapers, syndicates, tom and jerry, tom heintjes, united feature syndicate Gus Arriola and Gordo originally appeared on Comix 411 on Tue, May 25, 2010 - 11:23:36
Cluefinders: The Incredible Toy Store Adventure
Cluefinders: The Incredible Toy Store Adventure List Price: USD 19.99Lowest Used Price: USD 4.99Lowest New Price: USD 5.00Price is accurate as of the date/time indicated. Prices and product availability are subject to change. Any price displayed on the Amazon website at the time of purchase will govern the sale of this product. Binding: CD-ROM Manufacturer: The Learning Company Product Description:It's a maze of mystery in the ultimate toy store! Embark on a wild toy store adventure where your problem-solving skills will make a big difference in solving this shrunken mystery! Features exciting activities and much more! Review:Saving San Francisco from a powerful shrink-ray is the order of the day for Owen, Joni, Santiago, and Leslie in Cluefinders: The Incredible Toystore Adventure, an educational role-playing game for third- and fourth-grade students. When two of the Cluefinders themselves are shrunk, they are beset by mice, spiders, and other suddenly giant monsters as they try to assemble the parts necessary to build a machine that will reverse the process. Meanwhile, the other members of the team must work out who built the malevolent device...and why? The Incredible Toystore Adventure has a better mix of story and educational content than most games of its type, offering smart, resourceful characters and a mystery engaging enough to make the study component worthwhile. And make no mistake--this game drives young players hard. Wide-ranging drills in math, language arts, science, and other academic subjects are presented in a cheerful and interesting fashion. Drills come with four levels of difficulty and, if players want to build the anti-shrinking device, cannot be skipped. This game also comes with a bonus CD containing an entirely separate game: Mystery of the Missing Amulet. This game carries the detectives across the galaxy on a quest to save a dying planet. Where The Incredible Toystore Adventure has a generalized focus on many areas of academic development, this second game is more narrowly focused, offering a tough workout for a child's language skills. All in all, Cluefinders: The Incredible Toystore Adventure is a pleasant surprise--an educational game that can meet the high expectations of both parents and young players. (Ages 7 to 10) --Alyx Dellamonica Special Offers Available from 8 Store : Select your deal and buy Cluefinders: The Incredible Toy Store Adventure At all of these merchants listed below. Click any of the deals below to buy now on the merchant's website. Store Rating Prices Shipping Link Ship-4-Zip 4.8New USD 5.00 Usually ships in 1-2 business days Bargain Buyers Software 4.8New USD 5.49 Usually ships in 1-2 business days robinson2021 4.9New USD 5.69 Usually ships in 1-2 business days cyber-deals 4.8New USD 5.88 Usually ships in 1-2 business days Galactics 4.8New USD 7.50 Usually ships in 24 hours SoftwareHouse 4.9New USD 7.50 Usually ships in 24 hours NYC Electronics 4.9New USD 7.50 Usually ships in 24 hours SoftwareMI 4.8New USD 7.50 Usually ships in 24 hours Average Rating: Features: Learn math including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, estimation, pattern recognitio Develop skills in spelling, reading comprehension, grammar, punctuation, word decoding and more Learn about ecology, environmental study, hypothesizing, experimentation, mapping, world geography, Develop logical thinking, deductive reasoning, spatial relationships, and strategizing 4 skill levels with 30+ skills covered Format: CD-ROM Brand: The Learning Company Model: 380841 Release Date: 2001-08-31 Customer ReviewsThe other games are betterI played just about every game in the ClueFinders series as a pre- and early teen. This was the last one to be released, and unfortunately, it's just not as good as the other titles. Most importantly, the activities are much weaker -- they are less engaging (I can't even remember some of them), and there is no good way to automatically set the levels in the game to the appropriate difficulty for the kid. Every time you play through the adventure, you must either manually set the levels via LapTrap or start over at level one, a serious problem for slightly older kids who will quickly get bored with the easier levels. I also remember noticing some bugs where the sound cut out at the main screen -- the other titles all played almost flawlessly. Another point: though kids who aren't already fans of the series may not care, the actors who voiced the ClueFinders were replaced in this game (maybe the original kids were sounding too old?). The new voices are clearly supposed to be similar, but I found them noticeably different and thus very jarring. If you love the ClueFinders, you may want to buy this game anyway -- the storyline is on par with the rest of the series. Otherwise, I suggest buying one or more of the other ClueFinders games first. (3rd Grade Adventures, which introduces the characters, is an excellent introduction to the series.)game is O.K.I bought this game for my 6 year old. She played it once and thought that it was "O.K.". I don't believe that she's gone back to it yet ClueFinders Toy Store - Russian Blue Witch reviewsI really like this. If you don't know who the ClueFinders are, click Laptrap (the yellow floating guy) and click on the ClueFinders Club button. I used to think it was a club you join and pay money but no, it's just an information center. You might as well know you need to get 3 of everything, I didn't know that with the spark plugs, I only got one. The spark plugs is the map game witch other reviews complain about. It's not confusing, it's just boring. My favorite game is where you experiment to knock down the toys but I only play it 3 times because I don't want the ClueFinders to have any proof that they went on there adventure. Originally, I'd do 20. Eldon the Elevator takes a really long time on level 4. I really liked the plot and I always make up stories where kids are in stores after they close. Ali Trap is really cute & I wish she was in more games besides Reading Adventures where she dosen't talk and is duplicated. This game is best for high-ish ages who know a lot about multiplication & division. Don't get fooled by the box, the robo dog is actullay good by giving them a smart chip for the unshrinker. Signed, RBWSeems to be a good game..I bought this game as a part of a three pack for Cluefinders. AFterwards I read a review where a person had trouble installing this on an XP system. That was one reason why I bought this game as the box states "Now Featuring XP compatibility.". With a bit of trepidation, I installed it in my computer, and then let my 8 year old have at it. I must say installation on the XP system went fine and after only about 3 hours of play we haven't noticed any strange glitches. This is definitely more of a learning game as opposed to a more fun style of game like Pajama Sam or Spy Fox. I saw that my child had to fill in the blanks of sentences, using words provided, and then arrange those sentences into a sensible paragraph. That provided a bit of frustration, and even the proper arrangement wasn't obvious to me. Still, by randomly moving the sentences around, you can eventually get the answer they are looking for. Same with the math questions. You will get an equation to solve and about 25 different answers are on the screen, and you click on the right one. I have no doubt my child just clicks till she gets the right one if she doesn't know how to do the equation. For less then ten dollars I got 3 Cluefinders games, and with only trying this one game, I am satisfied with the purchase. It seems perfect for this age group of 7-12 years where Reader Rabbit and cutesy games are too easy for them, and they want to feel like they are solving a mystery but also practicing school right, and my daughter likes itThis is the first "edutainment" software that I've been able to install without a hitch on our Windows 2000 system. We don't give normal accounts "Administrator" or "Power User" privileges, and it worked fine. Kudos to The Learning Company for finally updating their game engines to work cleanly (and securely) on operating systems newer than Windows 3.1!It also properly adjusts and restores screen resolution, and with far more than VGA resolution.My daughter enjoys it, and has played each disk several times.I'll agree with the other review that the map section required some help at first. 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Star Wars: The Old Republic - Fatal Alliance Review
For those of you waiting for the dirt, you can finally find out what Sean Williamss Fatal Alliance is like. Beware, spoilers follow! A smuggler, an agent and a Mandalorian walk into a bar. Wait a second, thats not a joke; thats a scene from Fatal Alliance! When all eight classes from Star Wars: The Old Republic find themselves in the same place, at the same time, faced with the same threat to the civilized galaxy, each class has a chance to let their class features shine. But is the story any good? Is it possible for a novel to do what it must to showcase all eight playable classes and still maintain that Star Wars vibe? I turned to leave. Darth Chratis had learned his lesson about me- he would not challenge me again. I saw a young woman, obviously another Sith, running past me with fire in her eyes and hatred in her heart, and I sidestepped to allow her to pass- she clearly had something important to do, and this was a time of build up to war, after all. A few meters farther down the corridor, I saw Corax. He seemed to be doing well, having survived his own encounters with Fatal Alliance. Corax, I called to him. So I guess you planned all this. Not trying to kill me after all, then? Corax hesitated for a second. Well, um, the important thing is that youre here, and safe. Yes. Thats the important thing. I shook my head in negative response. The devil is in the details. Corax nodded his understanding, and then looked at something past me. It looks like your Sith friend is dead. That was a shock. I had been sure that every member of the Dramatis Personae would be completely safe. But there was maiming, death, brushes with the Dark Side, and several other reasons to fear for the characters. The novel maintained its video game quality, but it was that of a challenging game, one that pushed the players, and the player that expected the least amount to challenge him fell to an unexpected cause: PVP Combat- or rather, the advance of a story that he existed to catalyze. So yes, in response to the above question, this does have all the makings of a Star Wars novel, and yes, it retains everything it takes to advertise Star Wars: The Old Republic. Seriously, a semi-likeable lower level player using the story arc to aid her in demolishing an unlikeable high level player in a classic Star Wars archetype? Nobodys going to complain, right? The main enemies, though, are revealed in the middle of Part One. The droids, nicknamed hexes by several characters and never referred to by a proper name, are introduced to us as a trio of mindless automatons who exist only to kill. We discover that they are fighting to get back to their home, then that they are the government back home, then that they are likely to attempt to destroy every living thing in the galaxy, then that theyre doing it to protect the full grown adult equivalent of a fetus, and then that the fetus is a deus ex machina who can control them, but only if the plot calls for it, and can transfer her power to the girl shes cloned from, and the droids actually carry the ghost of well, its getting a bit hokey here. Part One is all about the individual stories. Our Imperial (Double) Agent is assigned to act as Envoy for the Republic, and a Jedi, Sith, and dishonored former RC Commando who have all fought against the mysterious Mandalorian Dao Stryver in his search for a vessel that the Hutts are selling to the highest bidder all come looking for it. It shouldnt be a surprise for many gamers or Star Wars fans that nobody plans to pay for this- seriously, when was the last time you barged into someones house and paid for the loot you found by destroying the crib? The battle scenes here are some of the most elaborate in the book, and for good reason. What Empire fan never wished for that battle between Luke and Boba Fett? How about a three-way battle between Luke, Fett and Vader? You dont quite get that here, of course, but its close enough, and close enough to wet the pants appetite of anybody interested in enacting their own similar battle in The Old Republic. After crashing everybodys plans and turning a private brawl into a palace-wide free-for-all, the droids (which may or may not have come to evolve into the predecessors of one Vuffi Raa) begin screaming that they do not recognize anybody presents authority. Despite the fact that it is becoming painfully obvious that these droids have less programmed lines than a Buzz Lightyear Piggy Bank, Ax is particularly peeved by this (possibly because she seems to be number one on their Target List), going into Kaiyo Ken mode and asking them Whose Authority do you recognize? just as repetitively. They dont answer, of course, but it is a nice bit of foreshadowing for what happens later on. The battle concludes after some God Mode Force Shields on Axs part, but the fight that everyone came for- the origin of the ship, and hence the mysterious hex droids- goes on. The characters struggle, and we learn that Eldon Ax was not God Moding, but actually using game mechanics. In typical fashion (though written believably, and with a lampshade hanging), every faction does the impossible and traces the droids back to their home: a star system in an almost impossible location. Once there, the Republic division attempts to negotiate with the columnists, unaware that the droids are all that remains. When the droids use up all of their lines and attack, someone on board points out that their actions can only be Madness! Dao Stryver exposits the horrifying truth: Hex droids build one another at a fast enough rate that in twenty years, they could wipe out all life in the galaxy (as long as you throw in some hyperbole and questionable math, but the general concept and threat still stands). What does it take to face this deadly threat? A name drop! Actually, Fatal Alliance does remarkably well in that, despite several (verging between just enough and too many) discussions about the alliance between Empire and Republic being doomed from the start, I dont believe the word Fatal is used once in the text of the novel. You certainly get the point that this operation is what the book is titled for, and it comes just shy of beating you over the head with it. As the operation to defeat the Hex droids in one decisive battle gets under way, things get a bit more hectic. The party is separate again, and in multiple theaters. It feels like Sean Williams is going out of his way here to give as diverse a battle as possible, which is a Star Wars staple dating back to Jedi that many feel have been missing from recent works, and the action rate accelerates to something similar to the climaxes of the prequel novels, making it a little confusing if you are not paying close attention. This is also where we get our temptation story, Larins wrap-up, and our deux de machina. The story closes itself off pretty well, and the third part of the book is dedicated to giving us five separate epilogues, each one well done and wrapping up that characters plot in a way that makes a sequel unnecessary, but nonetheless very welcome. Corax steepled his fingers. You were supposed to see it to that the package killed the Sith Reviewer. He pressed a button his desk, and the Jedi in front of him fell to the floor, screaming in agony. Instead, he is now here, able to aid his Empire against the Republic. Obi John stared back, and Corax continued, a humorless grin on his face. Never mind that. He may prevent the Republic from winning this day, but we will ensure that its true servants survive to win in the future. Now that Ive gotten past the linear story, there are a few tangential things that bothered me. The first, and one that I anticipate sharing with certain readers (such as MrNomAnor) is the way Tasaa Bareesh has a non-Hutt name and her species is never actually named. Its as though Williams was given a Hutt, knows its a horrible name for a Hutt, and just refers to her tangentially as though she is a Hutt so that readers cant tell. The next complaint, though, is the authors fault entirely. Because when you get an author thats received the type of hate regarding characters that Sean Williams has in the past two years, you should not need to throw down the book, groan, and swear up and down that hes better than that. This book proves that Sean Williams is a talented author, yet he cant help but write stupid! Its plots like this- plots like the first time I laid eyes on her, I fell in love because shes the most beautiful woman Ive ever seen, even though a major point of her character is the way she punishes people like me without a second thought- that make character interactions drop to an abysmal level. Think Death Star, but with less convincing role players. After coming off the recent release of Allies and its character focus, this is particularly jarring. There is character development, though, despite that one particular point remaining stupid throughout. We get an example of what might have happened in an equivalent situation to Starkiller and Junos last interaction in The Force Unleashed and Eldon Ax, despite her Animorphs-esque name, gets quite a wealth of development. Personally, I felt the two leading women were the most interesting characters, and they both got some decent development, though Ax probably walked away with the most changes (both internal and external). The character development and the action are by far the best parts of this novel. Each main character, including two that remain mostly in the shadows, is fleshed out, with a full back story that is revealed in a relevant manner and leaves room for growth after the novel. Some questions are raised in the process, but none that ruin the ability of a reader to enjoy what is revealed in here and now. Fatal Alliance does what it is required to do for the sake of Star Wars: The Old Republic without losing its inherent Star Wars qualities. Theres nothing perfect about it, but nobody read the blurb expecting this tie-in to be the next Mindor or Rule of Two- its just not focused enough for it. Settle for a good Star Wars book, and read it. Oh, not enough spoilers for you? The DP is a lie. I had cleared the hurdle and emerged a hero of the Sith forces. It was now time to go home. Yet I felt a mistrust in the air. It didnt take me long to discern its origin. Holos depicting me as a thief of starships- the very act that I was likely to be forced into to return to my own time- littered the spaceport. Security rushed me, and I ignited my lightsaber. I dispatched one, two, three Sith soldiers before I felt a sniper taking a bead on me. I pulled back my arm, and hurled my saber into the snipers chest. I maintained my grip in the Force on it, but after I felt the sniper wink out of existence, so too did my saber. Try as I might, I could not regain the connection. Unwilling to make unnecessary risks without my weapon, I leaped up and over the squad that was even now rushing to take me to justice. I saw Obi John and Corax at the edge of the crowd, and ran to join them
Dead? Social Media's Explosive Growth is Only Beginning
Social media, types of media where everyday people can publish and subscribe to what one another publishes, have changed the world. At least in the United States, though, their rapid expansion through acquisition of new users may be over. Facebook specialist Eric Eldon published a compilation of statistics from around the web this week on TechCrunch that pointed towards US and Canadian market saturation this past year for Facebook. Surely Facebook represents the forward line of all social media. Academic and tech industry analyst Vivek Wadhwa posted a set of predictions for 2012 in the Washington Post last night, starting...
Boy Is Fined For Dropping Balloon
A teenager who was fined for littering when he dropped a deflated balloon in a city centre may fight the case. Max Twizell, 16, of Heddon-on-the-Wall in Northumberland, was given a ?50 litter fine after dropping the balloon in old Eldon Square, Newcastle.
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Low Sugar, Low Cal Cranberry Sauce: Fit Cooking
Low Sugar, Low Calorie Cranberry Sauce by Eldon Pico, Guest Celeb Chef "Kiana's Fit Cooking Episodes," Ingredients: 4 Cups +/- fresh, raw cranberries juice of 1 orange 1 wedge of fresh orange 1 red pear, cored and sliced 1 Tbs. chopped mint 1 Tbs. chopped cilantro 1 Cup mandarin orange segments water Start with about cup stevia, to tasteagave nectar optional Preparation: Rinse cranberries. Toss out any that are shriveled or going bad. Pick off any stems that may be hanging on. Put all ingredients into a sauce pan on medium heat. Cook gently, stirring occasionally.
Bill Bailey
Bill Bailey Bill Bailey (born Mark Bailey 13 January 1965, Bath, Somerset) is an English stand-up comedian, musician and actor. As well as his extensive stand-up work, Bailey is well known for his appearances on Have I Got News for You, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, QI and Black Books. Bailey was listed by The Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy in 2003, and in 2007 he was voted number seven on Channel 4s hundred greatest stand-ups. Contents 1 Personal life 2 Career 2.1 Early stand-up 2.2 Television 2.3 International tours 2.4 Other appearances 2.5 Music 2.6 Future 3 Selected works 3.1 Tours 3.2 DVDs 3.3 Books 3.4 TV/Film 4 References 5 External links // Personal life Bailey spent the majority of his childhood in Keynsham, a town situated between Bath and Bristol in the West of England. His father was a general practitioner and his mother was a hospital ward sister. His maternal grandparents lived in an annexe, built on the side of the house by his maternal grandfather who was a stonemason and builder. Two rooms at the front of the family house were for his fathers surgery. Bailey was educated at King Edwards School, an independent school in Bath where he was initially an academic pupil winning most of the prizes. However, at about the age of 15 years, he started to become distracted from school work when he realised the thrill of performance as a member of a school band called Behind Closed Doors, which played mostly original work. He was the only pupil at his school to study A-level music and he passed with an A grade. He also claims to have been good at sport (captain of KES 2nd XI cricket team 1982), which often surprised his teachers. He would often combine the two by leading the singing on the long coach trip back from away rugby fixtures. It was here that he was given his nickname Bill by his music teacher, Ian Phipps, for being able to play the song Wont You Come Home Bill Bailey so well on the guitar. He started an English degree at Westfield College but left after a year. He spent his early years listening to Monty Python records, and rehearsing with a band called the Famous Five, who he himself confesses were very bad but still much better than him and who, unexpectedly, had only four members. However, he is a classically trained musician and received an Associateship Diploma from the London College of Music as well as being made an honorary member of the Society of Crematorium Organists. Despite this, he has said that he always had the temptation to be silly with music, a trait that influences his stand-up shows. Bailey often mythologises his early years in his stand-up. In his show Bewilderness, he claims to have attended Bovington Gurney School of Performing Arts and Owl Sanctuary. He talks about a succession of jobs he had before becoming a comedian, including lounge pianist, crematorium organist, door-to-door door-salesman and accompanist for a mind-reading dog. A clip of Baileys appearance in the dogs routine was shown during his Room 101 appearance. He also is self-deprecating about his appearance, suggesting he is so hairy that he is part troll, or that his hair or beard is a small animal named Lionel whom he has trained to sit very very still. Bailey also talks about his role as a Disenfranchised Owl in an experimental Welsh theatre troupe (mentioned in an interview with Australian newspaper Post). Other acting roles included a part in a Workers Revolutionary Party stage production called The Printers, which also featured Vanessa Redgrave and Frances de la Tour. His trivia page on IMDb also claims that he was awarded Best Actor in the 1986 Institut Franais awards. An avid Star Trek fan, he named his son (born 2003) after the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine character Dax and often refers to himself as a Klingon (once claiming during his Part Troll tour that his ear-mounted microphone made him resemble a wizard in a call centre and a Klingon motivational speaker). He currently lives in Hammersmith in London and supports Queens Park Rangers. Career Early stand-up Bailey began touring the country with other comedians such as Mark Lamarr. In 1986 he formed a double act, the Rubber Bishops, with Toby Longworth (a former fellow pupil at King Edwards Bath) who was replaced in 1988 by Martin Stubbs. They achieved a certain amount of success on the club circuit, partly due to their rigorous schedule sometimes as many as three or four gigs a night. It was here that Bailey began developing his own unique style, mixing in musical parodies with deconstructions of or variations on traditional jokes (How many amoebas does it take to change a lightbulb? One, no two! No four! No eight) according to comedy folklore, after a reviewer once criticised his act for its lack of jokes, Bailey returned the following night, at Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh, to perform a set composed entirely of punchlines. Stubbs later quit to pursue a more serious career, and in 1994 Bailey performed Rock at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with Sean Lock, a show about an aging rockstar and his roadie, script-edited by comedy writer Jim Miller. It was later serialised for the Mark Radcliffe show on BBC Radio 1. However, the shows attendances were not impressive and on one occasion the only person in the audience was comedian Dominic Holland. Bailey confessed in an interview with The Independent that he almost gave it up to do a telesales job. He persevered, however, and went solo the next year with the one man show Bill Baileys Cosmic Jam. The show was very well received and led to a recording at the Bloomsbury Theatre in London which was broadcast in 1996 on Channel 4 as a one-hour special called Bill Bailey Live. It was not until 2005 that this was released in DVD uncut and under its original title. It marked the first time that Bailey had been able to tie together his music and post-modern gags with the whimsical rambling style he is now known for. After supporting Donna McPhail in 1995 and winning a Time Out award, he returned to Edinburgh in 1996 with a critically acclaimed show that was nominated for the Perrier Comedy Award. Amongst the other nominees was future Black Books co-star Dylan Moran, who narrowly beat him in the closest vote in the awards history. Bailey won the Best Live Stand-Up award at the British Comedy Awards, 1999. Television Though he didnt win the Perrier in 1996, the nomination was enough to get him noticed, and in 1998 the BBC gave him his own television show, Is It Bill Bailey? This was not Baileys first foray into television. His debut was on the childrens TV show Motormouth in the late 1980s, playing piano for a mind-reading dog.The trick went hilariously wrong, and Bailey reminisced about the experience on the BBC show Room 101 with Paul Merton in 2000. In 1991, he was appearing in stand-up shows such as The Happening, Packing Them In, The Stand Up Show, and The Comedy Store. He also appeared as captain on two panel games, an ITV music quiz pilot called Pop Dogs, and the poorly received Channel 4 sci-fi quiz show, Space Cadets. However Is it Bill Bailey? was the first time he had written and presented his own show. With his star on the rise and gaining public recognition, over the next few years, Bailey made well received guest appearances on shows such as Have I Got News For You, World Cup Comedy, Room 101, Des OConnor Tonight, Coast to Coast and three episodes of off-beat Channel 4 sitcom Spaced, in which he played comic-shop manager Bilbo Bagshot. In 1998, Dylan Moran approached him with the pilot script for Black Books, a Channel 4 sitcom about a grumpy bookshop owner, his put-upon assistant, and their neurotic female friend. It was commissioned in 2000, and Bailey took the part of the assistant Manny Bianco, with Moran playing the owner Bernard, and Tamsin Greig the friend, Fran. Three series of six episodes were made, building up a large cult fanbase, providing the public awareness on which Bailey would build a successful national tour in 2001. When Sean Hughes left his long-term role as a team captain on Never Mind the Buzzcocks in 2002, Bailey became his successor. His style quickly blended into the show, possibly helped by his background in music. He soon developed a rapport of sorts with host Mark Lamarr, who continually teased him about his looks and his pre-occupation with woodland animals. It was announced on the 18th of September 2008 that Bill would be leaving the series and be replaced by a series of guest captains including Jack Dee and Dermot OLeary. Whilst touring in 2009, Bailey joked that his main reason for leaving the show was a lack of desire to continue humming Britney Spears Toxic to little known figures in the indie music scene. Bailey has appeared frequently on the intellectual panel game QI since it began in 2003, appearing alongside host Stephen Fry and regular panellist Alan Davies. Other television appearances include a cameo role in Alan Davies drama series Jonathan Creek as failing street magician Kenny Starkiss and obsessed guitar teacher in the Holiday episode of Sean Locks Fifteen Storeys High. He later appeared with Lock again as a guest on his show TV Heaven, Telly Hell. He has also appeared twice on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross. Bailey also presented Wild Thing I Love You which began on Channel 4 on 15 October 2006. The series focuses on the protection of Britains wild animals, and has included rehoming badgers, owls, and water voles. Bailey has most recently appeared in the second series of the E4 teenage dramedy Skins playing Maxxies Dad, Walter Oliver. In episode 1, Walter struggles with his sons desire to be a dancer, instead wishing him to become a builder, which is what he himself does for a living. Walter is married to Jackie, played by Fiona Allen. Bailey appeared on the first episode of Grand Designs Live on 4 May 2008, helping Kevin McCloud build his eco-friendly home. In 2009 Bailey appeared in the BBC show Hustle as the Character Cyclops, a side-line character. In the Autumn of 2009 Bailey will be presenting, Bill Baileys Big Bird Watch. International tours Bailey in concert, 2007 Photo: Brian Marks In 2001, Bailey began touring the globe with Bewilderness, which became a huge success. A recording of a performance in Swansea was released on DVD the same year, and the show was broadcast on Channel 4 that Christmas. A modified version of it also proved successful in America, and in 2002 Bill released a CD of a recording at the WestBeth Theatre in New York. The show contained all his trademarks, popular music parodies (such as Unisex Chip Shop, a Billy Bragg tribute which he actually performed with Billy Bragg at the 2005 Glastonbury Festival), three men in a pub jokes (including one in the style of Geoffrey Chaucer) and deconstructions of television themes such as Countdown and The Magic Roundabout. A Bewilderness CD was sold outside gigs, which was actually just a mixture of studio recordings of songs and monologues Bill had performed in the past it was later released in shops as Bill Bailey: The Ultimate Collection Ever!. That same year he also presented a Channel 4 countdown, Top Ten Prog Rock. Bailey premiered his show Part Troll at the 2003 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. A critical and commercial success, he then transferred it to the West End where tickets sold out in under 24 hours, and new dates had to be added. Since then he has toured it all over the UK as well as in America, Australia and New Zealand. The show marked the first time Bailey had really tackled political material, as he expanded on subjects such as the war on Iraq, which he had only touched upon before in his Bewilderness New York show. He also talks extensively on drugs, at one point asking the audience to name different ways of baking cannabis. A DVD was released in 2004. 2005 finally saw the release of his 1995 show Bill Baileys Cosmic Jam. The 2-disc set also contained a directors cut of Bewilderness, which featured a routine on Stephen Hawkings A Brief History of Time not seen in the original version. Bailey performed at show at the 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe entitled Steampunk. It looked set to become the fastest selling fringe show ever (The previous record holder also being Bailey in The Odd Couple in 2005.) But a ticketing mix-up forced the last 10% of tickets to be Purchased in person from the venue rather than pre-booked, meaning the venue filled at a slower overall rate than it should have. Bailey appeared at the Beautiful Days festival in August 2007. The UK leg of the Tinselworm tour enjoyed 3 sell-out nights at the MEN Arena in Manchester, Europes largest indoor arena, and culminated with a sell-out performance at Wembley Arena. Early in 2007, a petition was started to express fans wishes to see him cast as a dwarf in the 2010 film The Hobbit, after his stand-up routine mentioned auditioning for Gimli in The Lord of the Rings. The petition reached its goal in the early days of January, and was sent to the producers. It was hoped that as the Tinselworm tour took him to Wellington in New Zealand where the film is in pre-production, that he would be able to audition.. Other appearances In 2000 he had a small role in British comedy film Saving Grace, and also voiced the sperm whale in 2005s The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy movie. In 2002, Bailey provided the voice for a BMW Mini advertising campaign, as well as writing and performing a series of British Airways adverts in which, through the use of music, he took a humorous look at several locations around the world. Bailey has also performed dramatic roles in two Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows, both directed by Guy Masterson. He played Juror #4 in a 2003 version of Twelve Angry Men featuring comedians in the roles of the jurors and also co-starred as Oscar in a 2005 production of The Odd Couple alongside Alan Davies. Radio appearances include two episodes each of Chain Reaction, The 99p Challenge, Im Sorry I Havent A Clue, and three episodes of Just a Minute, as well as presenting Good Vibrations: The History of the Theremin, co-hosting the first series of The Museum Of Curiosity and appearing on Loose Ends. In 2005, he appeared in Birmingham, as an act for Jasper Carrotts Rock with Laughter. He appeared alongside performers such as Bonnie Tyler, Jasper Carrott, Lenny Henry, Bobby Davro and the Lord of the Dance troupe. Bill Bailey was due to appear in Shaun of the Dead, but in the commentary included with the DVD Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright said that he was not in the film because he was busy with other commitments at the time. He did however have two minor roles as the desk sergeant twins in Pegg and Wrights 2007 film Hot Fuzz. Bill Bailey hosting So You Think Youre Funny. In February 2007 Bailey organised, produced and starred in a West End show called Pinters People, a collection of sketches by playwright Harold Pinter. The show also starred Kevin Eldon, Sally Phillips and Geraldine McNulty. In March 2007, Bill Bailey appeared at the International Human Beatbox Convention at the South Bank Centre in London, introducing Shlomo to the stage for the climax of the concert, as well as showing off his own beatboxing. On 4 May 2007, he appeared as the guest presenter of BBC Ones Have I Got News for You and again on the 9 May 2008. In July 2007, Bill Bailey narrated a series of animated reading books for dyslexic children called Nessy Tales. On 9 June 2008 Bailey was the guest on Radio 4s Desert Island Discs and, later the same day, appeared in the first episode of an adaptation of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists on the same station. Also in June Bill made a guest appearance on the Australian show Rove Live and whilst in a questionnaire to win in 20 seconds, answered the question; Who would you turn gay for? by replying; The pope In September, he was one of the hosts of the So You Think Youre Funny comedy gala at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. On 12 November 2008, Bill was one of the performers of We Are Most Amused, a special comedy performance to celebrate the 60th birthday of Prince Charles. Music Bailey is a talented pianist and guitarist and has perfect pitch. His stand-up routines often feature music from genres such as jazz, rock (most notably prog rock from the early seventies), drumn'bass, rave and classical, usually for comic value. Favourite instruments include the keyboard, guitar, theremin, kazoo and bongos. He also mentioned in an interview that he has achieved Grade 6 Clarinet. He was also part of punk band Beergut 100, which he founded in 1995 with comedy writer Jim Miller and also featured Martin Trenaman and Phil Whelans, with Kevin Eldon as lead singer. The band performed at the 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Trenaman and Welans had previously appeared in Cosmic Jam under the name The Stan Ellis Experiment, and Trenaman and Eldon later featured with John Moloney in the Kraftwerk homage Das Hokey Kokey on the Part Troll tour. Bill claims that he and the three other performers are a Kraftwerk tribute band called Augenblick. To mark the final gig of the Part Troll tour on 1 January 2005 the band reappeared on stage after the Das Hokey Kokey joke to play an hour-long encore of music. In February 2007, Bill appeared on two occasions with the BBC Concert Orchestra and Anne Dudley in a show entitled Cosmic Shindig. Performed in The Colosseum in Watford on 24 February and in the Queen Elizabeth Hall on 26 February, the show contained orchestrally accompanied versions of many of Bills previously performed songs, an exploration of the instruments of the orchestra and a number of new pieces of music. The Queen Elizabeth Hall performance was aired on BBC Radio 3 on 16 March 2007 as a part of Comic Relief 2007. Bill had planned to put himself forward as Britains Eurovision entry in 2008, as a result of several fan petitions encouraging him to do so. In October 2008 he performed Bill Baileys Remarkable Guide to the Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall with the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Anne Dudley. In November 2009 he was a guest on Private Passions, the biographical music discussion programme on BBC Radio 3. Future As of September 2008, Bailey is working on a film project about the explorer and naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, in the form of an Indonesian travelogue. Bailey said in an interview that Wallace had been airbrushed out of history, and that he feels a real affinity with him. Selected works Tours Cosmic Jam (1995) Bewilderness (2001) Part Troll (2004) Steampunk (2006) Tinselworm (2008) Bill Bailey Remarkable Guide to the Orchestra (2009) DVDs Bewilderness (12 November, 2001) Part Troll (22 November, 2004) Cosmic Jam (7 November, 2005) Bill Bailey The Classic Collection (27 November, 2006) (Boxset featuring Bewilderness, Part Troll and Cosmic Jam) Tinselworm (10 November, 2008) Bill Bailey The Collectors Edition (10 November, 2008) (Boxset featuring Bewilderness, Part Troll, Cosmic Jam and Tinselworm) Bill Baileys Remarkable Guide to the Orchestra (23 November, 2009) Bill Bailey The Inevitable Boxset (23 November, 2009) (Boxset featuring Bewilderness, Part Troll, Cosmic Jam, Tinselworm and Bill Baileys Remarkable Guide to the Orchestra) Books The Many Moods of Bill Bailey (A song book which collects 9 of Bills most popular songs from the period of 1995-2005. Including instructions from Bill himself (which ventures into how they were created) and pictures) (2007) TV/Film Blue Heaven (Channel 4 TV series) (1994) Asylum (1996) Space Cadets (1997) (Regular Team Captain) Is It Bill Bailey? (1998) Spaced (19992001) Have I Got News for You (Guest 1999, 2001, 2005. Guest Presenter 2007, 2008, 2009) Saving Grace (2000) Maid Marian and her Merry Men (1992). Cameo court jester to King John Black Books (20002004) Jonathan Creek Satans Chimney (2001) The Tailors Dummy (2003) Wild West (20022004) Never Mind the Buzzcocks (20022008) (Regular team captain) QI (2003resent) (Frequent guest) 15 Storeys High The Holiday (2004) The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (2005) (Voice of the Sperm Whale) The Libertine (Small cameo role as advisor to Charles II of England). Wild Thing I Love You (2006) (Presenter) Top Gear (A Star in a Reasonably-Priced Car) Hot Fuzz (2007) Run Fatboy Run (2007) (Cameo) Skins (2008) Love Soup (2008) We Are Most Amused (2008) (One-off special) Hustle Return of the Prodigal (2009) Diamond Seeker (2009) Bill Baileys Remarkable Guide to the Orchestra (2009) Steves World (2009) Burke and Hare (2010) Bill Baileys Bird Watching Bonanza (2010) References ^ a b Bill Bailey. screenonline. ^ a b @BillBailey. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. ^ Channel 4s 100 Greatest Stand Ups.[dead link] ^ a b c Desert Island Discs featuring Bill Bailey. Desert Island Discs. BBC. Radio 4. 2008-06-08. ^ Comedy Map of Britain. News Events & Diary. King Edwards School, Bath. 2007. Retrieved 2007-02-02. ^ People are obsessed by how I look, The Independent, 21 November 2008. ^ Episode 1 West London to the West Country. The Comedy Map of Britain. BBC 2. 2007-01-27. ^ Bill Bailey About Bill. ^ ^ ^ Bill Baileys Big Bird Watch ^ All That Glitters. Wired, Croydons listings magazine. Retrieved 2007-12-31. ^ Gilded Balloon So You Think Youre Funny ^ Simon Neville (2006). Looking back at a week of Fringe madness. Retrieved 2007-01-02. ^ Natbat (2006). Kevin Eldon Interview. Retrieved 2007-01-02. ^ The essential guide to Edinburgh. Special report Edinburgh 2006. Guardian Unlimited. 2006.,,1826826,00.html. Retrieved 2007-01-02. ^ Eurovision (Latest News) ^ Bill Baileys Remarkable Guide to the Orchestra. Retrieved 2008-10-20. ^ BBC Radio 3 ^ How Bill got his groove. Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2008-09-15. ^ Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, IMDB External links Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Bill Bailey Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Bill Bailey Bill Bailey official website. Bill Bailey at the Internet Movie Database. Bill Bailey discography at Discogs. Bill Bailey at the British Film Institutes Screenonline. Bill Bailey on Chortle. vde Black Books Characters Bernard Black Manny Bianco Fran Katzenjammer Actors Dylan Moran Bill Bailey Tamsin Greig Other List of Black Books episodes Persondata NAME Bailey, Bill ALTERNATIVE NAMES Bailey, Mark SHORT DESCRIPTION English stand-up comedian, actor and musician DATE OF BIRTH 24 February 1964 PLACE OF BIRTH Bath, Somerset, England DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH Categories: 1964 births | English comedians | Alumni of the Royal Academy of Music | Alumni of Westfield College | English comedy musicians | English guitarists | English buskers | English stand-up comedians | Living people | People from Bath | People from Keynsham | Never Mind the BuzzcocksHidden categories: All articles with dead external links | Articles with dead external links from January 2010 | Articles needing additional references from December 2009 | All articles needing additional references I am China Crafts Suppliers writer, reports some information about stainless drink holder , stainless steel drink holder. 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