On this day in music history: April 12, 1966 - Musician Jan Berry, one half of the surf music duo Jan & Dean is involved in a serious car accident in Beverly Hills, CA. While driving to a business meeting in his Corvette Stingray, crashes into the back of a parked truck on Whittier Drive. Having recently split from Jill Gibson, his girlfriend of the last seven years and under the stress managing the group, Berry becomes distracted and loses control of his car. Most ironically, the incident mirrors the scenario painted by Jan & Dean’s 1964 hit “Dead Man’s Curve” (#8 Pop), and the scene of the accident is located in very close proximity to that infamous stretch of roadway. Berry suffers severe head injuries and is in a coma for more than two months. When he finally awakens on June 16, 1966, he begins the long and painful process of recovery having sustained brain damage and partial paralysis. By the early 70’s, Berry has recovered enough to begin recording and performing with his partner Dean Torrence. In February of 1978, a film about the duo titled “Deadman’s Curve” (starring Richard Hatch and Bruce Davison) airs on the CBS television network, depicting Berry’s accident and road to recovery. As a result of the head trauma he receives in the accident, Jan Berry suffers from seizures for the rest of his life, passing away from one as a result on March 26, 2004 just eight days before his 63rd birthday. Jan & Dean’s single “Dead Man’s Curve” is inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 2008.
People often like to say all ball pythons do is sit around in holes and do nothing else, and the only time they begin to move is when their husbandry is incorrect or they aren’t being fed correctly. This is just not true. Appropriate enrichment encourages natural behaviors including movement.
Temperatures from each enclosure vary slightly but range between 88-92 degree hotspots, 78 degree cool ambient, and 84-86 degree warm ambient. Humidity is regularly between 60-65%.
No one “surfs” looking for meals, and no one misses meals unless in shed.
007-HIPONEA [Hippocampus-Pony-Sea] -Water -The Sea Horse pokemon -Ability: Torrent - River Dancer(HA)* -Dex: “This pokemons live near water surface, where the water is clear. the position of their fins allow them to move in almost any direction while swiming. They are vey docile and smart” -Moveset: -Aqua Jet -Headbutt -Bubbles -Soak
–>Evolves at lv. 16<–
008-RIPOCAMP [Riparian-Hippocampus] -Water -The Hippocampus Pokemon -Ability: Torrent - River Dancer(HA) -Dex: “This pokemon can live in both pure and salt water, and they are often seen on rivers and lakes where water is pure. They often jump outside water in complex coreographys, leading people to beleive they are dancing.” -Moveset: -Dive -Brine -Aqua Tail -Iron Tail
–>Evolves at lv. 36<–
009-DISTILLION [Distillation-Stallion] -Water/Steel -The Sea Knight Pokemon -Ability: Torrent - River Dancer(HA) -Dex: “Legends tell this pokemon serve the gods of the sea as they royal knights. They can swim even o the abyss without problems, and can move on land by separating its tail into legs-like apendages.” -Moveset: -Sig. Move: Hydrosword “The user creates a blade out of compressed water, harder than steel. This attack always results in a critical hit” Type: Water PP: 10 (max 16) Power: 60 Accuracy: 100% -Surf -Mirror Shot -Aqua Ring
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thank u and idk I like…. everything not to sound like a boring bitch but I love all kinds of musiq…….. opera, country, jukebox oldies, 60s psychedelic dreampop, dad rock, medieval music, qawwali, early 2000s indian club music, baroque, 80s new wave and synthpop, heavy metal, big band and vocal jazz, sad old bollywood songs, punjabi folk music, motown, great american songbook stuff, 60s surf tunes…… basically the only thing I hate is modern pop not 2 be a dipstick but I’m a grandma