The Beatles funded the production of the computer and received part of its profits.The inside of the case is molded with all of the signatures of the Macintosh Division.A moth got trapped inside of one of the prototypes, for which we use the word "bug" when a computer malfunctions.Musician Brian Eno created the sound heard when starting up the computer.
The inside of the case is molded with all of the signatures of the Macintosh Division.
The signatures were inside the casing of every computer, a particularly odd addition since users could not open the case on their own.
Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes attempted to create 3D plastic wallpaper, but instead realized their invention was better used for packaging.
Clinton was later fined $90,000 for giving a false testimony.
It's when he debuted his moonwalk.He performed despite being hospitalized with pneumonia the night before.He was never there, they hired a look alike at Jackson's request.He got 2nd degree burns on his scalp from an accident.
He got 2nd degree burns on his scalp from an accident.
A pyrotechnics display ignited early with Jackson in close proximity causing burns to his hair and face. The hair never grew back which forced Jackson to always wear a wig.
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No Strings Attached (2000) sold 2.4 million records in its first week after release in the U.S. The record was finally broken in 2015 when Adele's 25 sold 3.3 million records.
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A grumpy old man
A curmudgeon is an ill-tempered or surly person, typically used in reference to older men.
He led a 240-mile long march when he was 60.He dropped out of law school.He spent more than six years in prison.He never won a Nobel Prize.
He dropped out of law school.
Gandhi attended and completed law studies at the University College of London. He returned to Bombay to practice law and later in South Africa.