Love Will Find a Way (Yes song)

„Love Will Find a Way“ is a song by the progressive rock band Yes, from their 1987 album Big Generator. It was released as the first single from that album, reaching number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in late 1987. It also topped the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart, holding onto the number one spot for three weeks.

Yes guitarist and singer Trevor Rabin originally wrote the song for singer Stevie Nicks to perform; however, Yes drummer Alan White encouraged Rabin to let Yes record the song instead, which they did.

„Love Will Find a Way“ was the fifth of six Yes singles to crack the U.S. Top 40; it has been featured on several of Yes‘ later compilations, including the box sets Yesyears and In a Word: Yes (1969–). A video for the song is also included on Yes‘ Greatest Video Hits.

The song was played at every concert during the 1987-88 tour supporting Big Generator. During the first half of the tour it was played as the first encore, and during the second half of the tour it was played early in the set list after Shoot High, Aim Low was dropped. After this tour the song would not be played again live until the summer 1994 tour for Talk, where it was on the set list for approximately 8 shows. The song has not been played since.

In 2003, Trevor Rabin released a pair of albums, each of which featured a different version of „Love Will Find a Way“: Live in LA features a 1989 live performance of the song, and 90124 features an early demo of the song in which Rabin sings all the vocals and plays all of the instruments.

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Doppelfingergeckos

Diplodactylus vittatus

Die Doppelfingergeckos (Diplodactylidae) sind eine in Australien, Neuseeland und Neukaledonien lebende Familie der Geckoartigen.

Wie den Echten Geckos (Gekkonidae) fehlen ihnen die Augenlider. Es gibt bodenbewohnende und auf Bäumen lebende Arten, die je nach Lebensweise gut entwickelte oder fehlende Haftlamellen an den Füßen haben. Sie sind stimmfähig. Zwei auf Neuseeland endemische Gattungen, Naultinus und Hoplodactylus sowie der auf Neukaledonien vorkommende Rhacodactylus trachyrhynchus sind ovovivipar, die übrigen legen pro Gelege zwei weichschalige Eier.

Doppelfingergeckos gehörten früher als Unterfamilie zu den Gekkonidae. Heute werden sie, da sie als Schwestergruppe der australischen und neuguineischen, beinlosen Flossenfüße (Pygopodidae) gelten, als eigenständige Familie angesehen. Je nach Autor werden 11 bis 25 Gattungen zu den Doppelfingergeckos gezählt. Ein Teil der früher zur Unterfamilie Diplodactylinae gehörenden Gattungen bildet heute eine weitere neue Familie der Geckoartigen, die Carphodactylidae.

Derzeit werden 130 Arten in 25 Gattungen unterschieden:

Stand: 25. März 2015

9. etappe av Giro d’Italia 2010

9. etappe av Giro d’Italia 2010 ble kjørt den 17. mai 2010. Etappen ble preget av flere regnbyger som skapte store vanndammer og oversvømmede veier. Giampaolo Cheula, Tom Stamsnijder, Michael Barry og Mikhail Ignatjev lå i ett lovende brudd store deler av etappen. Ignatjev prøvde å gå ifra bruddkameratene sine drøye milen før mål, og fikk etter hver selskap av Barry. De siste delen av etappen gikk slakt oppover og flere ryttere fikk problemer med å holde farten i hovedfeltet. Med kun fire kilometre å sykle før målgang i Cava de‘ Tirreni ble den siste resten av bruddet kjørt inn og det ble lagt opp til massespurt. Matthew Goss var overlegen i kamp mot ryttere som Filippo Pozzato, Tyler Farrar og Wouter Weylandt og dermed kunne HTC-Columbia-rytteren, som opprinnelig var i Giroen for å hjelpe André Greipel, feire Australias tredje etappeseier i årets Giro. Carlos Sastre satt nok en gang igjen som den store taperen etter etappen. Spanjolen tapte 1 minutt og 49 sekunder til teten og lå på en 22. plass i sammendraget, nesten 10 minutter etter Aleksandr Vinokurov.

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Дело Илле Иванова

Дело Илле Иванова, или дело газеты «Взятка» — уголовное преследование 58-летнего чувашского поэта и публициста Илле (Ильи Арсентьевича) Иванова по обвинению в разжигании межнациональной розни с использованием СМИ (ч. 1 ст. 282 УК РФ). Он обвиняется в авторстве статьи «Покажи мне твой язык, и я скажу — кто ты», внесённой в федеральный список экстремистских материалов.

Дело получило большой общественный и политический резонанс и обсуждалось на XIV сессии Госсовета Чувашской Республики. Кроме того, оно было включено в список факторов, негативно влияющих (по мнению одного из общественных фондов) на стабильность Чувашии. По данным исторической справки интернет-газеты «Ирӗклӗ Сӑмах», это первое уголовное преследование по обвинению в чувашском национализме начиная с 1930-х годов.

Согласно данным Следственного управления Следственного комитета России по Чувашской Республике, в статье «используются специальные языковые средства для целенаправленной передачи отрицательных эмоциональных оценок, негативных установок по отношению к группе людей по национальному признаку, а также содержатся утверждения и призывы, направленные на возбуждение межнациональной розни и враждебного отношения между представителями двух крупнейших национальностей, проживающих на территории Чувашской Республики», что подтверждено заключением комплексной психолого-лингвистической экспертизы.

Об отсутствии оснований для уголовного преследования журналистов «Взятки» заявлял антиэкстремистский центр «Сова», а московская правозащитная организация «Союз солидарности с политзаключенными» назвала дело Илле Иванова беспочвенным и политически мотивированным.

Письмо в поддержку И. Иванова подписали свыше ста человек; среди них писатель, филолог, почётный президент Чувашского национального конгресса А. П. Хузангай, бывший президент ЧНК Геннадий Архипов, заслуженный деятель науки РФ, доктор филологических наук, профессор Чувашского государственного университета В. Г. Родионов, заслуженный деятель искусств и народный поэт Чувашской Республики, доктор философских наук Н. А. Исмуков, заслуженный деятель науки Чувашской Республики, доктор филологических наук Н. И. Егоров, чемпион Европы по гиревому спорту, мастер спорта международного класса Б. Н. Глинкин и другие.

10 октября 2013 года суд признал Илле Иванова виновным и приговорил к 300 часам исправительных работ, сразу же освободив его от наказания в связи с истечением срока давности.

28 октября 2013 года Илле Иванов и его защита подали три апелляции по итогам процесса с требованием отмены обвинительного приговора суда и пересмотра дела.

Rod Sweeting

Roderick Hilary Sweeting (born September 28, 1990) is an American football cornerback who is currently a free agent. He played college football for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Sweeting attended Luella High School in Locust Grove, Georgia. He was named an 2008 Georgia Class 5A first team all-state selection, and a two-time first team all-region, and also earned Golden Helmet Award for academic and athletic performance and was team MVP in 2008. He had 36 receptions for 723 yards and 10 TD’s as a senior, while defensively, he recorded 58 tackles and two interceptions and also served as a kickoff and punt returner. In his junior season, he recorded 58 tackles, one interception, one blocked field goal, one fumble recovery and a 99-yard kickoff return. He earned three varsity letters in football and served two years as team captain.

Considered a three-star recruit by Rivals.com, he was rated as the 45th best cornerback in the nation. He accepted a scholarship from Georgia Tech over offers from Mississippi State, West Virginia, and Virginia Tech.

As a true freshman in 2009, he was one of seven true freshmen to see action. He played in all 14 games as a reserve in the secondary and on special teams, and recorded eight tackles including seven solos. In 2011, he played in all 13 games, recording 38 tackles (27 solo tackles) and one tackle for loss, one interception and one fumble recovery, while his seven pass break-ups ranked second on the team. As a junior, he started all 13 games at cornerback. His three interceptions tied for the team lead and ranked tied for 10th in the ACC and was tied for fifth in the ACC in pass break-ups (10). He recorded 56 tackles (37 solos), three tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery while earning an all-conference honorable mention selection. In his senior season, he played and started in all 14 games, and was the Most Valuable Player of the 2012 Hyundai Sun Bowl. He recorded 58 tackles including 42 solo tackles, produced six tackles for loss and a sack, had one interception, a team-high seven pass break-ups and recovered one fumble.

Sweeting played in the East–West Shrine Game and was timed as one of the fastest cornerbacks at the NFL Scouting Combine. He was rated as a mid-to-late round prospect in the 2013 NFL Draft, but he was not drafted

As an undrafted free agent, Sweeting was signed by the New Orleans Saints on April 27, 2013. The Saints released Sweeting on August 26, 2014.

On September 17, 2014, Sweeting was signed to the Miami Dolphins‘ practice squad. On September 30, 2014, he was released by the Dolphins. On October 14, 2014, he was re-signed to the Dolphins‘ practice squad. On October 28, 2014, he was released by the Dolphins.

On November 4, 2014, Sweeting was signed by the Buffalo Bills to their practice squad. On August 19, 2015, he was waived by the Bills.

On August 20, 2015, Sweeting was claimed off waivers by the Dallas Cowboys. On September 5, 2015, he was waived-injured by the Cowboys. On the following day, he cleared waivers and was reverted to the Cowboys‘ injured reserve list. On September 25, 2015, Sweeting was released by the Cowboys with an injury settlement.

Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer

Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer is the title used for two syndicated television series that followed the adventures of fictional private detective Mike Hammer. The gritty, crime fighting detective—created by American crime author Mickey Spillane—has also inspired several feature films and television films.

Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer, with Darren McGavin in the title role, is the first syndicated television series based on Spillane’s hard-boiled private detective. The series (produced from 1957 to 1959) had a run of 78 episodes over two seasons. Episodes were filmed in black and white and filled a half-hour time slot.

Public and critical reaction to the show was mixed. While TV Guide referred to it as „easily the worst series on TV“, McGavin said that the show was „instantly successful“. Some reviewers[who?] were critical of the show for its use of excessive and gratuitous violence. However, McGavin made a point of playing the role of Hammer with a hint of tongue-in-cheek satire – against the wishes of Universal Studios executives. Unlike the series that appeared in the 1980s, Mickey Spillane had minimal involvement in the production of the 1950s program. „I just took the money and went home,“ Spillane said of the show. „Believe me, I had bigger fish to fry, namely, that darn elusive Batmanfish.“

Darren McGavin played the title role. McGavin would go on to play another hardboiled private detective in the short-lived 1968 series The Outsider. He is perhaps best known as Carl Kolchak in the television series Kolchak: The Night Stalker and the curmudgeonly father in A Christmas Story.

Bart Burns played the role of Hammer’s trustworthy ally in the Police department Captain Pat Chambers. Pat was the only other character to appear in every one of Spillane’s Hammer novels. Burns would later go on to guest star in several television series, such as Dragnet, Columbo and The Rockford Files.

On September 20, 2011, A&E Home Video released Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer: The Complete Series on DVD in Region 1 for the first time. The 12-disc set featured all 78 episodes of the series.

Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer, with Stacy Keach in the title role, is a television series that originally aired on CBS from January 28, 1984 to January 12, 1985. The series was 24 sixty-minute episodes. The show follows the adventures of Mike Hammer, the fictitious private detective created by crime novelist Mickey Spillane, as he hunts down criminals on the mean streets of New York City. While firmly situated in the 1980s, the tone of the show also incorporated elements of classic film noir detective films, such as The Maltese Falcon. For example, each show featured the protagonist’s narrative voice-over and, much like the archetypal hard-boiled detectives of years gone by, Hammer would rarely be seen without his wrinkled suit, fedora and trench coat. While his get-up made a particularly awkward fashion statement for the time, the juxtaposition of old and new was a central theme in the show. Indeed, Keach’s Mike Hammer left the viewer with the impression that this detective had been somehow transported from a 1940s film set to 1980s New York City. The show’s theme song „Harlem Nocturne“ by Earle Hagen, a jazz tune featuring a deeply melancholy saxophone, set a gritty tone for each episode. The song proved to be one of the most popular elements of the program.

In contrast to the charming male leads in other popular detective shows of the day (e.g., Remington Steele, Thomas Magnum), Mike Hammer was unapologetically masculine with little concern for political correctness. A prominent feature of most episodes was the inclusion of a number of female characters (known in casting sessions „Hammer-ettes“) who would exchange a double entendre or two with Hammer while wearing very low tops and push-up bras emphasizing their ample cleavage. Hammer would regularly wind up in bed with the highly sexualized female characters in the show, who would never fail to melt once they had fixed their eyes upon the brawny detective. The show’s writers latched on to this element of clashing eras and often used it as a comic relief in the show. Examples of this include Hammer’s love for cigarettes being at odds with the growing social disdain for smoking and the detective’s humorous inability to comprehend the youth trends of the decade. Like its 1950s predecessor, Keach’s Mike Hammer never shied away from violence. Whether it was with his fists or his trusty gun, „Betsy,“ a Colt Model 1911A1 .45 ACP semi-automatic pistol, which was always tucked neatly inside a leather shoulder holster worn under his suit jacket, Hammer would never fail to stop a criminal dead in his tracks. Mickey Spillane insisted that Stacy Keach carry the .45 caliber pistol in the show because that was the weapon Mike Hammer carried in all of Spillane’s „Mike Hammer“ mystery novels. Unlike most detective shows of the decade, the bad guys on Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer were usually killed by the protagonist by the time the closing credits rolled.

Prior to the show’s début, Keach starred as Mike Hammer in two made-for-TV movies Murder Me, Murder You (April 9, 1983) and More Than Murder (January 26, 1984). Like the syndicated series, these two-hour movies were executed under the guidance of acclaimed Executive Producer Jay Bernstein.

Other actors who played prominent roles in the series include Don Stroud as Captain Pat Chambers, Lindsay Bloom as Hammer’s secretary Velda, Kent Williams as Assistant District Attorney Lawrence D. Barrington, Danny Goldman as „Ozzie the Answer“, and Donna Denton as „The Face“—a beautiful and mysterious woman who Hammer would see briefly in each episode but would then vanish before he had a chance to meet her.

Production of Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer was interrupted near the end of the season when Keach was arrested in England for smuggling 1¼ ounces of cocaine. He was in the country filming Mistral’s Daughter, a television miniseries based on a novel by Judith Krantz. Keach found himself sentenced to nine months in Reading Prison, but he was released after six months with time off for good behaviour.

A year later, Stacy Keach returned to his role as Hammer in the made-for-TV movie The Return of Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer, which aired on April 18, 1986. Thanks to the positive reception of the movie and the tenacity of Jay Bernstein, a new Mike Hammer series, The New Mike Hammer, went to air on CBS on September 27, 1986. In the new series, several recurring characters were absent and elements previously criticized as sexist were significantly downplayed—although the violence was not. The show was cancelled after one season with the final episode airing on May 21, 1987.

Two years later, this series had a television film spin-off known as Mike Hammer: Murder Takes All featuring Lynda Carter, Michelle Phillips, and Jim Carrey in his pre-stardom.

Keach’s version of Hammer was revived with 26 more syndicated episodes produced in 1997–1998 under the title Mike Hammer, Private Eye. The revived version failed to establish wide distribution or much of an audience and was cancelled after one season.

Wheatland High School (California)

Wheatland Union High School is located in Wheatland, California, USA. The high school serves the city of Wheatland as well as Beale AFB and the Plumas Lake suburb. As well as most of the Olivehurst area. The area is included within the Yuba City Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Growth did not really hit the area until the late 1950s and until then the student body of the Wheatland High School was not in excess of 100 students. The full impact of the growth was foreseen about 1957 and the planning of the present plant followed. An election was held for voting the bonds in 1959 to construct the school plant. The completion of the new High School was September 1961 with the gymnasium completed in December 1961 and full occupancy January 1962. The contract was let October 28, 1960. The architect of Wheatland High School is Leonard Dam Blackford, a former student of the school.

The four million dollar high school plan includes a library, girls and boys gymnasium, outdoor community circle for entertainment called The Commons, lighted tennis courts,a football field, a baseball field, track facilities, shops, and forty-one classrooms.

Today, plans to add portables and other buildings are underway to expand the campus to accommodate the increase in population. The current student body of around 700 is expected to grow by some 200-300 students by 2020.

Susie Islands

The Susie Islands (The Susies) are a group of thirteen islands off the coast of the North Shore of Lake Superior in the Arrowhead Region of Minnesota. The outermost island is Lucille, and like Susie and Francis islands, it was named for a member of the Falconer family who once lived on Susie, mining its copper ore during the early 1900s. The Nature Conservancy and the Grand Portage Band of the Chippewa Tribe are working cooperatively to ensure that the area will remain intact and that the unique and unusual flora of the islands will survive.

Susie Island is owned by the Nature Conservancy and held as the Francis Lee Jaques Memorial Preserve and is the home to some of Minnesota’s rarest plants, including alpine bistort and slender hairgrass, both species of special concern, mountain or rock cranberry and common bearberry.

Other diverse plant species include Norwegian whitlow grass (a state endangered species) and northern eyebright (a species of special concern), pearlwort, Arctic lupine, purple crowberry, and sphagnum moss. The interior of Susie Island is carpeted with a thick layer of moss. This is a fragile treasure that is easily destroyed by walking through the forest.

Its high point is more than 120 feet above the lake.

Jackass Number Two

Jackass Number Two is a 2006 American reality comedy film. It is the sequel to Jackass: The Movie (2002), both based upon the MTV series Jackass. Like its predecessor and the original TV show, the film is a compilation of stunts, pranks and skits. The film stars the regular Jackass cast of Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn, Dave England, Jason „Wee Man“ Acuña, Preston Lacy and Ehren McGhehey. Everyone depicted in the film plays as themselves. All nine main cast members from the first film returned for the sequel. The film was directed by Jeff Tremaine, who also directed Jackass: The Movie and produced Jackass.

The film was produced by Dickhouse Productions and MTV Films and distributed by Paramount Pictures. The film premiered in theatres on September 22, 2006. The DVD was later released on December 26, 2006. Jackass 2.5, a direct-to-video feature, was made available online on December 19, 2007 and on DVD on December 26, 2007. It contains most of the deleted and unused scenes that were originally shot for Jackass Number Two.

The film received positive reviews from critics, and was also a box-office success, making nearly $85 million worldwide against a production budget of only $11.5 million.

Jackass Number Two is a compilation of various stunts, pranks and skits. The film opens with an introduction of the primary cast members as they are being chased by bulls in a suburban neighborhood. Stunts include interacting with animals such as snakes, sharks, bees and bulls; eating biological waste; intaking or expelling various liquids and items; walking around in public with exposed sagging breasts or prosthetic testicles; launching themselves with rocket-propelled apparatuses over a lake, and many activities involving bodily harm. The film involves participation from various guest stars. In one of the skits, Mat Hoffman and Tony Hawk throw pendulums at the guys as they try to skate across. In another, Ehren McGhehey pretends to be an airport terrorist until the taxi driver, played by Jay Chandrasekhar, turns on him. The movie finishes with Johnny Knoxville sticking his hand into a bear trap and a Busby Berkeley-style movie musical production number set to the La Cage aux Folles song „The Best of Times“, where the guys sing and dance while performing more stunts.

The entire main cast from Jackass: The Movie returned for the sequel.

The film also includes cameos by Brandon Novak, Mark Zupan, Brandon DiCamillo, Roger Alan Wade, Dimitry Elyashkevich, Loomis Fall, Lance Bangs, animal experts David Weathers and Manny Puig, Rick Kosick, Spike Jonze and cult film directors John Waters, Jay Chandrasekhar. Professional BMX rider Mat Hoffman and professional skater Tony Hawk both performed stunts. Rap group Three 6 Mafia also appears, as well as HIM singer Ville Valo, rapper Lil Wayne, actor James DeBello, with Kat Von D, as well as NFL star Jason Taylor.

Mike Judge, Luke Wilson and Willie Garson are also featured in the credits and in deleted scenes.

Stunts including Jackass and Viva La Bam regular Don Vito were also filmed and shown in previews. However, due to the scandal surrounding his arrest just prior to the film’s release and the nature of the charges against him, all the scenes involving Don Vito were cut.

Shooting began on January 30, 2006 and ended on June 23, 2006. The Jackass cast refused to divulge where they were filming, out of fear of fans interfering with the filming process. However, they have filmed in India, Australia, England, Moscow and Argentina. A few insights were leaked prior to the movie’s release by Steve-O and Bam Margera via Radio Bam and Loveline. Other shootings were Bull Shoals, Arkansas; Key West, Florida; Los Angeles, California; Miami, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; and West Chester, Pennsylvania.

The stunt „How to Milk a Horse“ was originally shot for Wildboyz, but was saved for future use. „The idea to drink the horse semen was not actually planned but was „in the back of everyone’s mind.“ To agree to do the stunt, Chris Pontius asked director Jeff Tremaine for a full day off of work, but discouraged doing so since Pontius had missed work the day before. Additionally on screen Chris Pontius stated to Jeff Tremaine „This is going to make up for something bad I’m going to do in the future.“ This deal was verbally agreed upon and sealed with a handshake; it was also noted that said deal was videotaped for the camera.

The film had 4 different screenings for fans of Jackass and MySpace users, which was a part of MySpace’s „Black Carpet“ screening. The screenings took place a few days before the movie was released (possibly August). Some of the screenings also had surprise visits by cast and crew. For example, the Pennsylvania screening had director Jeff Tremaine and cast members Johnny Knoxville and Bam Margera.

On June 15, 2006, Yahoo! released the first official teaser for the movie. The stunts in the trailer included Knoxville riding a „rocket bike“ off a ramp and a blindfolded Knoxville being rammed by a yak.

The DVD of the movie was released on October 10, 2006 in its R rated version in full and wide screen and in widescreen in the unrated version.

Jackass Number Two has received generally favorable reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes, it has a 63% „Fresh“ approval rating from listed critics with the general consensus being, „Better than any sequel to the movie of a television show has a right to be, Jackass Number Two dares you not to laugh“. On Metacritic, Jackass Number Two received a rating of 66 out of 100 based on 23 reviews, which indicates „generally favorable reviews“. The New York Times awarded Jackass Number Two a Critic’s Pick, calling it „Debased, infantile and reckless in the extreme, this compendium of body bravado and malfunction makes for some of the most fearless, liberated and cathartic comedy in modern movies.“ On Ebert & Roeper, Richard Roeper and guest critic Fred Willard gave Jackass Number Two a „Two Thumbs Up“ rating.[citation needed]

Jackass Number Two opened on September 22, 2006 in 3,900 screens at 3,059 theaters. It debuted at number one on its opening weekend with a total gross of $29 million, making $5 or 6 million more than expected by Paramount executives. On its first day in theaters Jackass Number Two matched its $11.5 million production budget. The film grossed an additional $14 million in its second week. Overall the film made $84,210,524 worldwide, nearly $10,000,000 more than the original.

The soundtrack was released on September 26, 2006 by Bulletproof Records. The soundtrack features songs that were featured in the movie, and various audio clips from the movie. Among the new songs included in the soundtrack are „Gettin‘ Fucked Up“ – a collaboration between rap group Three Six Mafia and Josey Scott, lead singer of heavy metal band Saliva – and „Backass“ – a collaboration between electroclash musician Peaches and Karen O, lead singer of the indie rock trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

The Rated and Unrated DVD versions of the movie were released on December 26, 2006. The rated version includes the 96 minute theatrical release, with bonus features, and the unrated includes extended scenes that were shortened in the original movie. Both DVDs feature commentary by the cast (except Bam Margera), director Jeff Tremaine and cinematographer Dimitry Elyashkevich. The DVD also included 16 deleted scenes removed from the theatrical release, more than 20 additional scenes, 9 TV spots, 8 promotional spots including trailer, gag reel, the uncensored version of Karazy by Chris Pontius and a promotional commercial for the 2006 VMAs. The Making of Jackass featurette is also featured on the DVD.

Jackass 2.5 contains never before seen footage from the cast. The DVD was released on December 26, 2007. Special features on the DVD include the making of Jackass 2.5, the making of Jackass: The Game, deleted scenes, a photo gallery, and footage of the cast and crew shaving their pubic hair for the skit „Terror Taxi“.

A special streaming version of the film was available for viewing on the Hulu website and from December 19 to December 31 at Blockbuster.com for free. Residents living in the United States can view clips of the movie on Jackass‘ official site, JackassWorld.

Paramount Pictures and MTV Films greenlit a third Jackass, which was shot in 3D. Filming began in January 2010 and it was released on October 15, 2010.

Liste des ministres français de la Marine et des Colonies

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Le secrétaire d’État de la Marine est, sous l’Ancien Régime, le responsable ministériel et conseiller du roi pour les questions intéressant la marine française et les colonies. Ce poste a été créé par Louis XIV le , à l’instigation de Colbert, afin de permettre le développement d’une marine de guerre digne du royaume.

Réputé technique, c’était un département d’une importance considérable car les constructions de navires représentaient les principaux investissements de l’État, à une époque où l’armée de terre ne disposait que d’équipements relativement légers. Pour cette raison, le département de la Marine disposait d’un budget spécial d’investissement.

avril 1844 – 24 février 1848 : Jean Jubelin (sous-secrétaire d’État)

À partir de janvier 1893, des ministres spécifiques aux colonies seront nommés systématiquement en plus des ministres de la Marine.