J. PIGOZZI GOT MAGAZINE SPY? AND sold it in 1996.
And I have video (made in 1997) where I get married in the same church in SF where Merelin Monro got married with Joe DiMaggio ... In that video I had daffodils in my hands.
in 1999 Big hotel was build on my block on Bush street and Powell in SF with restaurant Daffodils in it.
THE GUY WHO MADE IT (X-STUDENT ROCKER) LIVES IN MONTANA.
Tue Apr 17, 2007 1:20PM EDT
By Andrea Hopkins and Patricia Zengerle
BLACKSBURG, Virginia (Reuters) - A student from South Korea was identified on Tuesday as the gunman who killed 32 people at Virginia Tech university in the deadliest shooting rampage in U.S. history.
Police said the shooter was Cho Seung-Hui, a 23-year-old senior who was a legal U.S. resident, and that ballistics tests showed one gun had been used in both attacks on Monday at the sprawling rural campus in southwestern Virginia.
Cho killed himself at Virginia Tech after opening fire in four classrooms where in some cases he apparently chained doors to prevent victims from escaping, officials said. Two people were shot to death two hours earlier at a dormitory.
"It's certainly reasonable for us to assume that Cho was the shooter in both places," said Steven Flaherty, superintendent of the Virginia State Police.
There was no official word on a motive for the attacks.
But the Chicago Tribune quoted investigative sources as saying Cho, who was studying English literature, left behind an invective-filled note and had shown recent signs of aberrant behavior, including setting a fire in a dorm room and allegedly stalking some women.
Victims were found in at least four classrooms as well as a stairwell, Flaherty said. "The gunman was discovered among several of the victims in one of the classrooms," he said. "He had taken his own life."
Cho was a South Korean citizen who had lived in the United States since 1992, said U.S. immigration spokesman Chris Bentley. He and his family lived in Centreville, Virginia.
A note believed to have been written by Cho was found in his dorm room that railed against "rich kids," "debauchery" and "deceitful charlatans" on campus, the Chicago Tribune said.
The shooting spree renewed heated debate over gun control in the United States, where more than 30,000 people die from gunshot wounds every year and there are more guns in private hands than in any other country.
Even as condolences poured in from world leaders, foreign politicians and media commentators railed against America's "gun culture." In Italy, the leftist Il Manifesto newspaper said the shooting was "as American as apple pie."
I USED TO SING THIS IN KARAOKE.
THEN IN 2007 MY FATHER DIED AFTER I WENT TO M. AND K. FITGERALD'S RANCH.
BECAUSE SAMARANCH IS PRESIDENT OF OLYMPIC GAMES....
Madonna was me in 2000.
I HAVE A VIDEO WHERE I'M WITH JASON STUARD DRIVING IN MY CAR 1998. AND THERE IS BIG Z IN THE SKY.
AND HERE IS MY FRIEND IRINA BUROVA. SHE WAS PHOTOGRAPHER IN OBNINSK. HER HUSBAD JEWISH DAVE CARP WAS SMOCKING POT. WHEN I CAME 1 TIME TO THE USA - I STAYED IN HER HOUSE IN BERKELEY. THEY HAD CAT SHIWA. HE DID SHIT BY MY FIT WHILE I WAS SLEEPING. LATER...POT WAS LEGALIZED IN SF.
ZZ - IS IN THIS SONG. FOR ME IT WAS ZURAB KONSTANTINOVICH ZERITELLI. THEN WHEN I WAS IN THEIR MUSEUM IN MOSCOW IN 2009 I SOW PHOTO OF HIS GRAND MOTHER. I REMEMBERED GRANDMOTHER OD MY FRIEND OKSANA FROM 1 GATE 1 FLOOR IN AKSYONOVA 15. SHE WAS ZINA TOO. I GOT BLACK AND WITE HAMSTER FROM OKSANA, FOR 2.50 RUBLES. THEY LIVED THEN BY OUR MUSEUN IN OBNINSK. ON POBEDA STR. THERE WAS POLAR BEAR IN MUSEUM. NOW SERGEY BRIN AND LARRY PAGE LOOK LIKE MY HAMSTER ON THE PHOTO IN MY EARLIER POST.
AND ALSO I REMEMBERED MY DOG VESTA AGAIN AND VESTIN STAMFORD....
and black dog is there - and we see Tiger Woods on the cover of Vanity Fair?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the Don McLean song. For other uses, see American Pie (disambiguation).
Single by Don McLean
from the album American Pie
B-side Empty Chairs (promo)
American Pie part 2 (first release)
Vincent (re-release, cassette version)
Vincent, Castles in the Air (re-release, CD version)
Released October 1971 (first release) November 1991 (reissue)
Format vinyl record (original)
CD, cassette, vinyl (reissue)
Recorded May 26, 1971
Genre Folk rock
Length 8:33 (LP), 4:11 (Single Part 1), 4:31 (Single Part 2)
Label United Artists
Writer(s) Don McLean
Producer Ed Freeman for The Rainbow Collection, Ltd.
Don McLean singles chronology
"American Pie" (1971) "Vincent"
"American Pie" is a folk rock song by singer-songwriter Don McLean.
Recorded and released on the American Pie album in 1971, the single was a number-one U.S. hit for four weeks in 1972. A re-release in 1991 did not chart in the U.S., but reached number 12 in the UK. The song is an oblique recounting of "The Day the Music Died" — the 1959 plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, The Big Bopper (Jiles Perry Richardson, Jr.), as well as the pilot, Roger Peterson. The importance of "American Pie" to America's musical and cultural heritage was recognized by the Songs of the Century education project which listed the song as the number five song of the twentieth century. Some Top 40 stations initially played only side two of the single, but the song's popularity eventually forced stations to play the entire piece. "American Pie" is Don McLean's signature song.
The song is well known for its cryptic lyrics that have long been the subject of curiosity and speculation. Although McLean dedicated the American Pie album to Buddy Holly, none of the musicians in the plane crash are identified by name in the song itself. When asked what "American Pie" meant, McLean replied, "It means I never have to work again." Later, he more seriously stated,
"You will find many interpretations of my lyrics but none of them by me... sorry to leave you all on your own like this but long ago I realized that songwriters should make their statements and move on, maintaining a dignified silence."
McLean has generally avoided responding to direct questions about the song lyrics ("They’re beyond analysis. They’re poetry.") except to acknowledge that he did first learn about Buddy Holly's death while folding newspapers for his paper route on the morning of February 3, 1959 (the line "February made me shiver/with every paper I'd deliver"). He also stated in an editorial published on the 50th anniversary of the crash in 2009 that writing the first verse of the song exorcised his long-running grief over Holly's death. (AND BRAZILIAN PRINCE DIED IN 2009 IN PLANE CRUSH)
AND HERE IS FOR VINCENT GALLO. MY BUILDING IS 11 IN OBNINSK. JUST LIKE YOUR BIRTHDAY.
If it's Vincent Vangoh - In Obninsk we have Alexander Goh. We studied together in school #10.
- Born: 30 March 1853
- Birthplace: Groot Zundert, Holland
- Died: 29 July 1890 (self-inflicted gunshot)
- Best Known As: The marvelous painter who cut off his own earlobe
A 19th-century painter, Van Gogh is almost as famous for his mental instability as for his vivid paintings. His career as an artist lasted only 10 years and coincided with frequent bouts of depression and anguish; in a famous 1888 incident he slashed off his left earlobe with a razor. He is closely associated with the town of Arles in the south of France, where he created many of his greatest paintings. Among his best-known works are The Potato Eaters (1885), Starry Night (1889), and Irises (1889). He died in Auvers, France two days after shooting himself in the chest with a pistol.
MY FATHER, VINCENT GALLO AND NORIFUMI SUZUKI ARE ARIES'S.
NORI WAS ALWAYS TELLING ME I LOOK GOOD IN VIVID COLORS.