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Tightwad is a village in Henry County, Missouri, United States. Its population was 64 at the 2010 United States Census. Tightwad is located along Missouri Route 7.
Ink is a ghost town in Shannon County, Missouri, United States. It is located at the intersection of Missouri Route N and county road 328. It is located on the north side of Spring Valley Creek just south of the Sunklands Conservation Area.
Privoxy is a free non-caching web proxy with filtering capabilities for enhancing privacy, manipulating cookies and modifying web page data and HTTP headers before the page is rendered by the browser. Privoxy is a "privacy enhancing proxy", filtering web pages and removing advertisements. Privoxy can be customized by users, for both stand-alone systems and multi-user networks. Privoxy can be chained to other proxies and is frequently used in combination with Squid and can be used to bypass Internet censorship.
Theodore Christianson was an American politician who served as the 21st Governor of Minnesota from January 6, 1925, until January 6, 1931.
The Vesper George School of Art in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, closed in 1983. For many years the school contributed to the Boston art community, training many talented artists, many of whom are still active in both commercial art and fine arts. In addition to training artists, it served to allow many artists to maintain a living as instructors while they were building their careers.
"Give My Regards to Davy" is Cornell University's primary fight song. The song's lyrics were written in 1905 by Charles E. Tourison 1905, W. L. Umstad 1906, and Bill Forbes 1906, a trio of roommates at Beta Theta Pi, and set to the tune of George M. Cohan's "Give My Regards to Broadway". The song refers to a fictional encounter between an anonymous student and David Fletcher "Davy" Hoy, the registrar and secretary for the committee on student conduct, and Thomas Frederick "Tee Fee" Crane, the Professor of Languages and the first Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences revolving around the student's expulsion on account of binge drinking. David Hoy was known for his ferocity as a strict disciplinarian. Professor Crane, on the other hand, was generally well liked among students. "Piker" is said to be a historical slang term for a freshman, perhaps from the more general term "piker" meaning tightwad or cheapskate. "Theodore Zinck's" was a bar in downtown Ithaca that has since closed. Its legend still lives on in the weekly event for seniors "Zinck's Night", which is celebrated worldwide in October by Cornellians.
"Walking Contradiction" is a song by American rock band Green Day. It was released as the fourth and final single from their fourth album, Insomniac and is the closing track on the album. The song reached number 21 on the Modern Rock Tracks in August 1996. The riff of this song was used as the guitar solo for "Haushinka" on Dookie demo.
That's Life! is a British reality magazine aimed toward a young female demographic and specialises in gritty real-life stories contributed by its readers. The magazine is published in the UK and Ireland by H Bauer Publishing, the British arm of the German Bauer Media Group whose other titles include Take a Break and Bella. The headquarters of That's Life is in London.
Dutzow is an unincorporated community in southeastern Warren County, Missouri, United States. It is located on Route 94, approximately three miles north of Washington. Located near the Missouri River, it is one of the oldest German communities in the state.
Wolf Island is an unincorporated community in eastern Mississippi County, Missouri, United States. It is located on Route 77, approximately nine miles east of East Prairie.
Uniontown is an unincorporated community located in Union Township in southeastern Perry County, Missouri, United States. It is situated on U.S. Route 61, ten miles southeast of Perryville.
Kaiser is an unincorporated community in Miller County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is located on a county road just south of Route 42/134. The zip code is 65047.
Portland is an unincorporated community in eastern Callaway County, Missouri, United States. It is part of the Jefferson City, Missouri Metropolitan Statistical Area. Portland is located at(38.710161,-91.717166) on Route 94, approximately twenty miles northeast of Jefferson City.
Tightwad Hill is the popular name for Charter Hill, the hill rising to the east of California Memorial Stadium at the University of California, Berkeley. Tightwad Hill is so named as it affords a free view of the stadium's field, allowing fans of the Golden Bears to see the game free. The hill usually has its occupants, even when the stadium sports empty seats.
Unity is a Trans-Pacific submarine communications cable between Japan and the United States that was completed in April 2010.
The Pony Express Region is an area in northwestern Missouri. It takes its name from the Pony Express mail service based in Saint Joseph, Missouri. The Pony Express name is historically linked to St Joseph. It is often used to define the city or the St Joseph Metropolitan Area The term is often used for a wider area of northwestern Missouri between Kansas City and Iowa. Pony Express Lake, a Missouri Department of Conservation lake, is located east of St Joseph towards Interstate 35.
Seelitz is an abandoned village in Brazeau Township in Perry County, Missouri, United States.
Dresden is an abandoned village in Brazeau Township in Perry County, Missouri, United States.
Warsaw High School is a public four-year high school located in the Truman Lake/Lake of the Ozarks area. It is located out of town on Lane of Champions by the intersection Wildcat Drive and highway 83. It is the only high school in the Warsaw R-IX School district. The original building had a Middle school built on to it.
Paul Leroy Larson is a former American football player. A native of Turlock, California, Larson played college football at the quarterback position for the California Golden Bears football team. He was selected by the Football Writers Association of America as the first-team quarterback on its 1954 College Football All-America Team. He was selected by the Chicago Cardinals in the eighth round of the 1954 NFL Draft and played for the Cardinals in five games during the 1957 NFL season. He later appeared in one game for the Oakland Raiders in 1960.