Jimmy Dean (b. Jimmy Ray Dean August 10, 1928, in Plainview, Texas) is an American country music singer, actor, and businessman. Although most people know him today as the founder of the food company Jimmy Dean Food Company, he actually started off his career as a Country Music singer back in the 1960s, scoring big country crossover hits like “Big Bad John”.
FritosÂ® is the name of a brand of corn chips made by Frito-Lay. Elmer Doolin was so taken with the bag of corn chips served with his lunch in San Antonio, Texas that he paid $100 for the recipe. In 1932 he started the Frito Corporation.
[“Aba Daba Honeymoon”] was written in 1914 by Arthur Fields and Walter Donovan and published the same year. The first recording was made the same year, by Collins & Harlan. In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, Fritos Corn Chips used the tune as the melody of their commercial jingle “Muncha buncha, muncha buncha, muncha buncha, muncha buncha, Fritos goes with lunch”.
Gap, Incorporated is an American clothing and accessories retailer based in San Francisco, California and founded in 1969 by Donald Fisher and Doris Fisher. The Fishers opened their first shop because they had been frustrated with the lack of decent customer service and fashionable styles at other retailers. The name was derived from the growing differences between children and adults â€” namely “the generation gap” â€” which reached its peak with the hippie movement.
Michel Gondry, born May 8, 1963 (1964 according to some sources), is a French Academy Award winning screenwriter, film, commercial, and music video director noted for his inventive visual style and manipulation of mise en scÃ¨ne.
The Brian Setzer Orchestra (sometimes going by the acronym BSO) is a swing/rockabilly band formed in 1990 by Stray Cats frontman Brian Setzer. The group had success covering Louis Prima’s “Jump Jive An’ Wail”.
Rice Krispies (called Rice Bubbles in Australia) is a brand of breakfast cereal that has been produced by Kellogg’s since 1928. They are made of rice grain which is cooked, dried and toasted. These kernels bubble and rise in a manner which forms very thin walls. When the cereal is exposed to milk or juices, these walls tend to collapse suddenly, creating the famous “Snap, crackle and pop” sounds. This is in contrast to puffed rice, which was introduced in 1904.
Snap, Crackle and Pop! are the cartoon mascots of Kellogg’s breakfast cereal Rice Krispies (Rice Bubbles in Australia).
Napster, LLC (formerly Roxio, Inc.) is an online music provider offering a variety of purchase and subscription models. Their a la carte sales have been modest compared to their most significant competitor (Apple Inc.’s iTunes Store). The company’s name and logo are derived from the infamously free Napster peer-to-peer file trading service, which was shut down after a series of legal actions taken by the RIAA. The brand name was later purchased by Roxio, to capitalize on the notoriety and popularity of the former service.
A striptease or exotic dance is a form of erotic entertainment, usually a dance, in which the performer, known as a ‘stripper’, gradually undresses to music.
“Sunshine of Your Love” is a song by the British supergroup Cream, released on the Disraeli Gears album. It was Cream’s best-selling song and Atlantic Records’ best-selling to date as well. It features an immediately recognisable guitar/bass guitar riff (even to those who have never heard the song in its entirety) and an acclaimed guitar solo from Eric Clapton. It was written by bassist Jack Bruce, Pete Brown, and Clapton.
ESL (English as a second language), ESOL (English for speakers of other languages) and EFL (English as a foreign language) all refer to the use or study of English by speakers of other languages. The precise usage, including the different use of the terms ESL and ESOL in different countries, is described below. These terms are most commonly used in relation to teaching and learning English, but they may also be used in relation to demographic information.
The Outhere Brothers is a rap duo, consisting of lyricist Craig “Malik” Simpkins and producer/remixer Lamar “Hula” Mahone. They are primarily known for their hits “Don’t Stop (Wiggle Wiggle)”, “Fuk U In The Ass”, “Boom Boom Boom” and “La De da de de de (We Like To Party)” from 1998’s “The Other Side”.