Music[ edit ] The show's theme song, "Cousins," which has since been parodied many times over in pop culture including Rocko's Modern Life where it was parodied as the theme song to "The Bloaty and Squirmy Show" , illustrates the two girls' differences: The dual role for Duke challenged special effects for its time, considering that television special effects were rare in the early s, particularly for a sitcom. In all episodes, Duke appeared as both characters in the same frame through use of a split-screen effect. The technically ambitious traveling matte process was also used from time to time, particularly in the pilot.
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By Phil Plait August 10, 9: This morning I got an email from BABloggee Joshua Frost as well as a note on Twitter from scifi author Diane Duane telling me about a picture making the rounds on teh interwebz, purporting to be taken from Mars. It shows the Martian landscape at twilight, and claims that the three lights in the sky are Earth, Venus, and Jupiter: You can find endless copies of it online; just search on the term "mars skyline". This one screams fake. The clouds are too numerous, the wrong color as well, and they have that "rendered by software" look to them. Gut sense may not be a bad place to start, but it makes for lousy evidence.
It is time for Judge Mayer to Step Down from the Federal Circuit
The House of Rothschild 50 years after the Bank of England opened it's doors, Amschel Moses Bauer, an 18th century German Jewish moneychanger and trader in silk cloth in the ghetto called "Judengasse" or Jew Alley in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, opened a coin shop a counting house in When his son 'Amschel Mayer Bauer' inherited the business, he decided to change his name to 'Rothschild'. He soon learned that loaning money to governments and kings was more profitable than loaning to private individuals.
It has been obvious for some time now to any objective observer, but recent events make it such that it is time for someone to say it openly. He has made a habit out of writing his own rather eccentric anti-patent views into dissents and concurring opinions and then later citing to himself in those dissents and concurring opinions as if they were somehow authoritative. But when a Federal Circuit Judge does such things we all just shake our head and sigh. In his concurring opinion Mayer wrote: Most of the First Amendment concerns associated with patent protection could be avoided if this court were willing to acknowledge that Alice sounded the death knell for software patents.