Brandon Hardesty

He has parodied the Internet sensation 2 Girls 1 Cup with "1 guy 1 lunchable". To date, Hardesty has had seven of his videos featured on the front page of YouTube: his reenactment of a scene from The Princess Bride, his reenactment of a scene from Uncle Buck, a video dubbed "Three Impressions" which features three of Hardesty's celebrity impersonations, his "Strange Faces and Noises I Can Make III" video, which has had over 7.2 million views, a video entitled "The 30-Second Video," a video called "Request a Reenactment for YouTube Live," and a video called "Movies on YouTube? Huzzah!"

Robert Bice

The Wild One (1953) - Wilson (uncredited). Trader Tom of the China Seas (1954, Serial) - Payne (uncredited). The Golden Idol (1954) - Gate Guard (uncredited). Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954) - Cell Block Guard (uncredited). Yankee Pasha (1954) - Sentry (uncredited). Johnny Dark (1954) - Guard (uncredited). The Far Country (1954) - Miner (uncredited). The Adventures of Hajji Baba (1954) - Musa (uncredited). The Snow Creature (1954) - Fleet. Sign of the Pagan (1954) - Chilothe. The Violent Men (1954) - Tony (uncredited). Day of Triumph (1954) - Zealot (uncredited). The Steel Cage (1954) - Convict in Mess Hall (segment "The Chef"). Bowery to Bagdad (1955) - Duke Dolan.

Triumph Thunderbird

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Triumph obtained further lasting publicity with Marlon Brando's 1953 motion picture The Wild One, in which he rode a 1950 6T Thunderbird. In the book Triumph Motorcycles In America, there is reproduced a letter from Triumph's importers objecting to the producers as to the use of their machine in this film about rowdy motorcycle gangs. From 1960, the Thunderbird acquired Turner's rear fairing nicknamed the 'bathtub' on account of its shape. This unpopular feature, dropped quickly in the USA market, remained in ever-abbreviated forms for the home market until disappearing altogether for the final year of production, 1966.

NME Awards

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In 2003, Nick Jago, the drummer of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club gave a "silent" speech lasting 7 minutes, infavourably compared the show to The Source awards, was booed and heckled and had to be physically removed from the stage. The Libertines won "Best British Band" in both 2004 and 2005, as well as "Best New Band" in 2003. The 2003 award win was notable for Pete Doherty breaking and entering former bandmate Carl Barât's house stealing many of his belongings, including his award. In 2006, Arctic Monkeys won both "Best New Band" and "Best British Band" in the same year and became the third band in the modern era to win three awards (Best New Band, Best British Band, Best Track).

Will Wright (actor)

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William Henry "Will" Wright (March 26, 1894 – June 19, 1962) was an American actor. He was frequently cast in westerns and as a curmudgeonly and argumentative old man. Over the course of his career, Wright appeared in more than 200 film and television roles.

Dead pool

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The Dead Pool, the largest in the world, uses NNDB as its source of qualified celebrities, and as arbiter of their life status. The concept and success strategies are also detailed in a (previously) annual guide called The Dead Pool, written by KQRS-FM radio personality Mike Gelfand and author Mike Wilkinson. KQRS-FM in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota also does an annual on air dead pool contest, where show hosts and listeners will attempt to pick which celebrity will die in that calendar year.

Triumph Engineering

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The Triumph brand received considerable publicity in the United States when Marlon Brando rode a 1950 Thunderbird 6T in the 1953 film, The Wild One. The Triumph Motorcycle concern was sold to their rivals BSA by Sangster in 1951. This sale included Sangster becoming a member of the BSA board. Sangster was to become Chairman of the BSA Group in 1956. The production 650 cc Thunderbird (6T) was a low-compression tourer, and the 500 cc Tiger 100 was the performance motorcycle. That changed in 1954, with the change to swing arm frames, and the release of the aluminium alloy head 650 cc Tiger 110, eclipsing the 500 cc Tiger 100 as the performance model.

Hard rock

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These were joined by bands with hard rock leanings that emerged in the mid-2000s from the garage rock, Southern Rock, or post punk revival, including Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Kings of Leon, and Queens of the Stone Age from the US, Three Days Grace from Canada, Jet from Australia and The Datsuns from New Zealand. In 2009 Them Crooked Vultures, a supergroup that brought together Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme and Led Zeppelin bass player John Paul Jones attracted attention as a live act and released a self-titled debut album that reached the top 20 in the US and UK and the top ten in several other countries. List of hard rock musicians (A–M).

John Paxton

He helped adapt the screenplay for the controversial movie The Wild One in 1953 starring Marlon Brando. Paxton's work twice received the Mystery Writers of America's Edgar Award for Best Motion Picture Screenplay, for Murder, My Sweet and Crossfire. Paxton was born in Kansas City in 1911. He attended the University of Missouri where he studied journalism and was involved in college plays. He went to New York. A cousin of Paxton's father did publicity for Katherine Cornell and got him a job organising a play-writing contest for the Theatre Guild. He went to work at Stage magazine as an assistant and ended up doing reviews.

Pat O'Malley (actor)

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The Wild One (1953) - Sawyer. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) - Baggage Man.

Jon Lajoie

Jonathan "Jon" Lajoie (born August 21, 1980) is a Canadian comedian, actor, rapper, singer, musician, and Internet celebrity from Montreal, Quebec. He gained fame mostly from his eponymous YouTube channel, posting comedic original songs (often as rapper characters, such as "MC Vagina" and "Everyday Normal Guy") and comedy skits. Lajoie is also known for his role as Taco MacArthur on the FX comedy series The League. Since 2016, he has released folk music under the moniker Wolfie's Just Fine.

Peter Salisbury

After the band's demise in 1999, Salisbury played with various bands including Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. He filled in on a UK/EU tour in 2002 when their original drummer Nick Jago could not get a working visa for BRMC's British gigs. Salisbury owns and runs a drum shop, "Drummin", in Stockport, England. He played drums on the first three of Richard Ashcroft's solo albums. In October 2010, Salisbury played drums on The Charlatans UK tour while their regular drummer Jon Brookes was undergoing treatment for a brain tumour. Brookes died in 2013, and Salisbury has continued to work as The Charlatans drummer since then, though he has not been made a full member of the band.

Triumph TR5 Trophy

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Inspired by Marlon Brando's 6T Triumph Thunderbird in The Wild One, James Dean bought a Triumph TR5 Trophy. Phil Stern's series of iconic photographs of Dean show him on this bike. It was sold after the actor's death, and then was retrieved, restored and displayed at the James Dean Gallery in Fairmount, Indiana. The Fonz, a character played by Henry Winkler in the popular and long-running American sit-com Happy Days, rode a mildly customized 1949 Trophy TR5. The motorcycle was provided by stuntman and Triumph dealer Bud Ekins, who removed the front fender, painted the fuel tank silver and changed the handlebars. The bike used in the sitcom was put up for auction in October 2011.

The Call (band)

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Michael Been died on August 19, 2010, after suffering a heart attack backstage at the Pukkelpop music festival in Hasselt, Belgium, where he was working as sound engineer for his son's band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. On April 18–19, 2013, band members Scott Musick, Tom Ferrier, and Jim Goodwin reunited for a series of shows in San Francisco and Los Angeles with Robert Levon Been of BRMC taking over the role of bass and vocals. On September 2, 2014, The Call – A Tribute to Michael Been featuring Robert Levon Been (of BRMC) was released featuring a CD (14 songs), a special CD / DVD combo pack, and a Digital Deluxe version with 19 songs. Also a limited edition vinyl release was made.

Leith Stevens

The Wild One (1953). Private Hell 36 (1954). Crashout (1955). The Treasure of Pancho Villa (1955). World Without End (1956). Julie (1956). The Garment Jungle (1957). Lizzie (1957). Ride Out for Revenge (1957). Eighteen and Anxious (1957). The Green-Eyed Blonde (1957). Violent Road (1958). The Gun Runners (1958). But Not for Me (1959). The Gene Krupa Story (1959). Hell to Eternity (1960). The Interns (1962). A New Kind of Love (1963). The Night of the Grizzly (1966). Chuka (1967). Assault on the Wayne (1971).

Levitation (festival)

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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Tinariwen. Clinic. The Growlers. Deerhunter. Os Mutantes. Boris. The Soft Moon. The Warlocks. Wall of Death. Man or Astro-man?. Dead Skeletons. Masaki Batoh's Brain Pulse Music. Tamaryn. Gary War. Suuns. VietNam. Black Mountain. Vinyl Williams. Indian Jewelry. Night Beats. Elephant Stone. Deap Vally. Quintron and Miss Pussycat. The Black Ryder. Young Magic. The Laurels. The Besnard Lakes. Lumerians. Spectrum. The Holydrug Couple. Holy Wave. Golden Animals. The Cult of Dom Keller. No Joy. Ride Into the Sun. The Wolf. Hollow Trees. Kay Leotard. Tjutjuna. The Shivas. Capsula. Black Bananas. Woodsman. TTotals. Jackson Scott. JJUUJJUU. St. James Society.

Al Clark (film editor)

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''The Wild One (1954). ''Bring Your Smile Along (1955). ''New Orleans Uncensored (1955). ''Chief Crazy Horse (1955). ''The Gun That Won the West (1955). ''Jubal (1956). ''Miami Exposé (1956). ''You Can't Run Away from It (1956). ''The Last Frontier (1956). ''Decision at Sundown (1957). ''The Night the World Exploded (1957). ''The Tall T (1957). ''3:10 to Yuma (1957). ''The Guns of Fort Petticoat (1957). ''Buchanan Rides Alone (1958). ''Cowboy (1958). ''The Lineup (1958). ''Apache Territory (1958). ''Senior Prom (1959). ''Hey Boy! Hey Girl! (1959). ''The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock (1959). ''Gunmen from Laredo (1959). ''All the Young Men (1960). ''Man on a String (1960). ''Pepe (1961).


Coprophagia or coprophagy is the consumption of feces. The word is derived from the Greek κόπρος copros, "feces" and φαγεῖν phagein, "to eat". Coprophagy refers to many kinds of feces-eating, including eating feces of other species (heterospecifics), of other individuals (allocoprophagy), or one's own (autocoprophagy) – those once deposited or taken directly from the anus.


Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 e6km2, making it the world's second-largest country by total area. Canada's southern border with the United States is the world's longest bi-national land border. Its capital is Ottawa, and its three largest metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. As a whole, Canada is sparsely populated, the majority of its land area being dominated by forest and tundra.


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Emetophilia is the sexual arousal from vomiting, or watching others vomit. It is sometimes referred to as a vomit fetish, and the fetish is considered a paraphilia. Some emetophiles practice the fetish by having their partner vomit from performing deep-throat oral sex. The penis pushed deep into the fellators throat can trigger their gag reflex and eventually make them vomit. This is becoming an increasingly popular trend in internet pornography for its shock effect and as a form of erotic humiliation or degradation. Other emetophiles prefer to vomit themselves, especially on a partner. Or alternatively, get vomited on directly by their partner.