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Birkenstock. Crocs. Mules. Slipper. Socks and sandals.

1990s in fashion

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The top models of the 1990s were Linda Evangelista, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Eva Herzigova, Nadja Auermann, Christie Brinkley, Christy Turlington, Kate Moss, Carla Bruni, Tatiana Sorokko, Helena Christensen, Claudia Schiffer, Karen Mulder, Yasmin Le Bon, Nadège, Yasmeen Ghauri, Stephanie Seymour, Valeria Mazza, Carolyn Murphy, Amber Valletta, Shalom Harlow, Kirsten Owen, Kristen McMenamy, Guinevere Van Seenus, Alek Wek, Karen Elson, Elsa Benítez, Michele Hicks, Stella Tennant, Audrey Marnay, Amy Wesson, Maggie Rizer, Erin O'Connor, Kirsty Hume, Bridget Hall, Milla Jovovich and Tyra Banks.

Novelty item

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The term also applies to practical items with fanciful or nonfunctional additions, such as novelty slippers. The term is normally applied to small objects, and is generally not used to describe larger items such as roadside attractions. Items may have an advertising or promotional purpose, or be a souvenir. This term covers a range of small manufactured goods, such as collectables, gadgets and executive toys. Novelty items are generally devices that do not primarily have a practical function. Toys for adults are often classed as novelties.

SpongeBob SquarePants

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Most one-off and background characters are voiced by Dee Bradley Baker, Sirena Irwin, Bob Joles, Mark Fite and Thomas F. Wilson. Kenny voices SpongeBob SquarePants and a variety of other characters, including SpongeBob's pet snail Gary and the French narrator. He also physically portrays Patchy the Pirate in live-action segments of most special episodes. Kenny previously worked with Stephen Hillenburg on Rocko's Modern Life and, when Hillenburg created SpongeBob SquarePants, he approached Kenny to voice the main character. Kenny originally used the voice of SpongeBob for a minor character on Rocko. He forgot how to perform the voice initially and did not intend to use it afterward.

Epitaph Records

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Six albums released by the label, or its subsidiaries Hellcat and ANTI-, have been certified gold for sales of 500,000 copies: Ignition by The Offspring, Punk in Drublic by NOFX, Let's Go by Rancid, Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards by Tom Waits, The Warrior's Code by Dropkick Murphys and Sempiternal by Bring Me the Horizon. Alkaline Trio. Architects (U.S. & Europe only). Avion Roe. Bad Religion. Bad Suns. Color Film. Converge. Cover Your Tracks (inactive since 2016). Culture Abuse. A Day to Remember (distribution only). Defeater. Descendents. Desaparecidos. Every Time I Die. Falling In Reverse. The Frights. The Garden. Green Day (distribution only for first two albums).

All Killer No Filler

NOFX's album Punk in Drublic was a considerable influence on the album. Sum 41's vocalist Deryck Whibley cites Rancid, Elvis Costello, the Beatles, and Pennywise as influences on All Killer No Filler. The band has mentioned Green Day as their main influence for the album. "I was about 14 when Dookie came out," Whibley says. "I remember seeing the video for 'Basket Case' for the first time... It had so much energy and it was so different. I'd never seen anything like it before. From then I was instant fan."

Eric Melvin

Melvin sings backup vocals on most NOFX songs and wrote guitar riffs on NOFX songs such as the intro for "Leave It Alone". His vocal style is iconically called the "Mel Yell". Melvin is also a founding member of Punk Rock Karaoke with Steve Soto, and Greg Hetson though he rarely performs with them. Melvin was a regular touring member of Me First and the Gimme Gimmes playing bass when Fat Mike was not available.


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Slippers. Socks. Ballet shoes. High-heeled footwear. Climbing shoes. Clogs. Football boots. Sabaton. Safety footwear. Ski boots. Snowshoes. Surgical shoe. Pointe shoes. Swimfins (flippers). Abarka, of leather, from Pyrenees. Areni-1 shoe, 5,500-year-old leather shoe found in Armenia. Bast shoe, of bast, from Northern Europe. Crakow, shoes from Poland with long toes popular in the 15th century. Galesh, of textile, from Iran. Geta, of wood, from Japan. Klompen, of wood, from the Netherlands. Opanci, of leather, from Balkans. Pampooties, of hide, from Ireland. Socks. Anklets. Bobby socks. Diabetic socks. Dress socks. Footwraps. Knee highs. Toe socks. Tabi. CPSIA. GB Standards such as.


*The title of the NOFX album Punk In Drublic is a spoonerism of the legal offense of being "drunk in public". *The title of the Van der Graaf Generator's album Pawn Hearts resulted from a spoonerism by David Jackson, who said one time: "I'll go down to the studio and dub on some more porn hearts", meaning to say 'horn parts'. *The title of the Caravan album Cunning Stunts is a thinly veiled profane spoonerism. *The title of Lords of Acid's 2001 album Farstucker is a thinly veiled profane spoonerism.

El Hefe

Aaron "El Hefe" Abeyta El Hefe (Aaron Abeyta)
He has two children and is married to Jennifer Abeyta. 1992: The Longest Line. 1992: White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean. 1994: Punk in Drublic. 1995: I Heard They Suck Live!!. 1996: Heavy Petting Zoo. 1997: So Long and Thanks for All the Shoes. 1999: The Decline. 2000: Pump Up the Valuum. 2002: 45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough to Go on Our Other Records. 2003: The War on Errorism. 2006: Wolves in Wolves' Clothing. 2007: They've Actually Gotten Worse Live!. 2009: Coaster. 2011: "NOFX (2011 EP)". 2012: Self Entitled. 2013: "Stoke Extinguisher". 2016: First Ditch Effort. List of guitarists. List of Berklee College of Music alumni.

Kim Shattuck

Shattuck sang on a NOFX song, "Lori Meyers" on the album Punk in Drublic, as well as on a Bowling for Soup song, "I'll Always Remember You (That Way)", which was included with the single "My Wena". She also collaborated with vocals for the Kepi Ghoulie song "This Friend of Mine" on the album American Gothic and The Dollyrots for their track "Some Girls" off the album A Little Messed Up. Shattuck is the namesake of Dr. Shattuck, a character on Mr. Show (HBO, 1995–1999).

Lois Lane

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voiced by Sirena Irwin. She is first seen being captured by Lex Luthor, only to be saved by Batman. When Lois unknowingly receives a Red Kryptonite necklace, it causes Superman to turn evil. She and Jimmy Olsen were rescued by Krypto when Superman attacked their protest march. Batman and Krypto had to fight Superman until the effects of the Red Kryptonite wore off. Lois and Jimmy were present when Batman and Superman found the real Luthor since the one that was arrested before was one of Luthor's robotic duplicates. Cindy Robinson voiced Lois in the motion comic, Superman: Red Son, based on the 2003 comic book mini-series of the same name by Mark Millar.

Erik Sandin

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Herb Reath Stinks (Her breath stinks) - Punk in Drublic. Seymour Butts (See more butts) - The Longest Line EP. Smelly - So Long and Thanks for All the Shoes, The War on Errorism, Coaster. 1988 Liberal Animation. 1989 S&M Airlines. 1991 Ribbed. 1992 The Longest Line. 1992 Maximum Rocknroll. 1992 White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean. 1994 Punk in Drublic. 1995 I Heard They Suck Live!!. 1996 Heavy Petting Zoo. 1997 So Long and Thanks for All the Shoes. 1999 The Decline. 2000 Pump Up the Valuum. 2002 45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough To Go On Our Other Records. 2003 The War on Errorism. 2006 Wolves in Wolves' Clothing. 2007 They've Actually Gotten Worse Live!.

Mera (comics)

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Mera is featured in Batman: The Brave and the Bold, voiced by Sirena Irwin. She made a brief cameo as part of Atlantis' royal family in the episode "Evil Under the Sea", where she is seated next to Aquaman and Orm (Ocean Master). Mera also appears in "Aquaman's Outrageous Adventure" where she demands her husband take her and Arthur Jr. on a land-based vacation. Mera has greater-than-human strength when helping to fight the Penguin's henchmen, but she is not shown to have the ability to forge structures from hard water as in the comics. Actress Elena Satine portrays Mera in an episode of the final season of Smallville. In this incarnation, she once again was Aquaman's wife.


Stripperella is an American superhero adult animated comedy series created by Stan Lee for Spike. The lead character is a stripper named Erotica Jones who is secretly the superhero/secret agent Stripperella. The series was produced by The Firm and Spike Animation Studios. It is rated TV-MA in the United States.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold

The All-New Batman: The Brave and the Boldanimated series of the same nameTV show
Sirena Irwin – Mera, Lois Lane. Lauri Johnson – Ma Murder. Mikey Kelley – Kamandi. Lex Lang – Doctor Polaris, Hourman, Gold, Hydrogen, Alloy, Wildcat (Young in "The Golden Age of Justice!"), Batman (Dick Grayson). Hope Levy – Stargirl, Phantom Lady. Yuri Lowenthal – Mister Miracle, Prince Tuftan, Bulletman, Ben Tennyson. Tress MacNeille – Ms. Gatsby. Jason Marsden – Paco, Speedy, Robin (Dick Grayson) (Scooby-Doo version). Vanessa Marshall – Poison Ivy (in "The Mask of Matches Malone!"), Katrina Moldoff/Batwoman. Richard McGonagle – Sardath, Professor Carter Nichols, Chief, Perry White, Brainiac. Scott Menville – Metamorpho. Jason C. Miller – Doll Man, Black Condor.

Ryan Greene

NOFX - Punk in Drublic (1994). Off Track - Explode (2009). Ridel High - "Self Destructive" [CD Single](1998). Usher - Here I Stand (2008).

Novato, California

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The former hangar buildings were gutted and redeveloped into two-story office buildings; tenants include 2K Sports, Sony Imageworks, Visual Concepts, The Republic of Tea, Toys For Bob, and Birkenstock Distribution USA. From 1983 to 1998, the iconic developer of video games, Brøderbund Software, was headquartered in Novato, known through games Choplifter, Lode Runner, Karateka, and Prince of Persia, and others. From the 1982 until 2015, Novato was headquarters for Fireman's Fund Insurance Company, which was Marin County's largest employer at one time, with 2,400 employees as of 2000.