Electric-Lights

DIMENSION 4 - Docking Station Concert: Set List  #Dimension4inSeoulDay2

Paper Heart (Instrumental - Before concert begins)
Intro VCR
Electric Shock
Red Light
Dangerous
Dracula
MENT 1 (Introducing Concert Mascot KLAV)
Gangsta Boy+Toy Mash Up
La chA Ta (Rock Ver.)
Me+U
DANGER (Pinocchio)
Beautiful Goodbye
Sorry (Dear. Daddy)
Signal (Instrumental Ver. for Concert VCR)
Shadow
Sweet Witches+MILK Mash Up
Ice Cream
NU ABO
MENT 2 (A lot of aegyo… Luna sings a part of a song cover)
Traveller
Zig Zag
Airplane
Jet
Beautiful Stranger
BOOM BANG BOOM (Instrumental Ver. for Concert VCR)
Rainbow+Pretty Girl+Diamond (BOOM BANG BOOM Remix) Mash Up
Rum Pum Pum Pum
STEP (Shake That Brass Remix)
Love (Instrumental Ver. for Concert VCR)
4 Walls
PAPI
Deja Vu
Rude Love
Cash Me Out

ENCORE:
So Into U
All Night
MENT 3 (Members crying….+Thanking Audience)
Ending Page
END (Thanking Shim Jaewon + Dancers + KLAV & Farewells)

Zodiac Signs Of Prolific Historical Figures (Part 1) | TheZodiacCity

Nothing has been greater for us today than those who have paved the way for us long ago and are still influential. From political figures to sports legends, here are some of their astrological signs (in case you were wondering). These are in no particular order.

Thomas Edison, (Aquarius) - inventor of the electric light bulb and other influential devices (February 11, 1847 - October 18, 1931)

Albert Einstein (Pisces) - developed the general theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics and is one of the world’s most recognized physicists (March 14, 1879 - April 18, 1955)

Booker T. Washington (Aries) - author, educator and advisor to United States presidents; dominant leader in the African-American community for 20+ years (April 5, 1856 - November 14, 1915)

Malcolm “Malcolm X” Little (Taurus) - revolutionary American Muslim minister and civil rights activist (May 19, 1925 - February 21, 1965)

Martin Luther King, Jr. (Capricorn) - an American Baptist minister, activist, humanitarian, and leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968)

Abraham Lincoln (Aquarius) - 16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination; dubbed one of the greatest U.S. presidents because of his deep involvement with the power issues of each state (February 12, 1809 - April 15, 1865)

Rosa Parks (Aquarius) - African-American Civil Rights activist and “the mother of the freedom movement” (February 4, 1913 - October 24, 2005)

Helen Keller (Cancer) - campaigned tirelessly on behalf of deaf and blind people having become deaf and blind herself at the age of 19 months old (June 27, 1880 – June 1, 1968)

Muhammad Ali (Capricorn) - former professional boxer, generally considered among the greatest heavyweights in the history of the sport (b. January 17, 1942)

Mother Teresa (Virgo) - devoted her life to the service of the poor and dispossessed; became a global icon for selfless service to others and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 (August 26, 1910 - September 5, 1997)

Mahatma Gandhi (Libra) - preeminent leader of the Indian independence movement in British-ruled India; profound spirituality and belief in justice inspired the world (October 2, 1869 - January 30, 1948)

Jackie Robinson (Aquarius) - an American Major League Baseball second baseman who became the first African American to play in the major leagues in the modern era (January 31, 1919 – October 24, 1972)

Amelia Earhart (Leo) - an American aviation pioneer and author; was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean and received the U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross for this record (July 24, 1897 - disappeared July 2, 1937)

I work at a historic house museum that was originally built with electricity way back in the 1890s. Electricity was so new at the time that the family had to use their own generator. Although I talk about “light” a lot, I probably can’t compete with the guys who work at Fire Station 6 in Livermore, California where a light bulb has burned continuously for at least 113 straight years. Known as the Centennial Light, the bulb has been officially recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, and General Electric. Double-decked buses full of Chinese tourists occasionally stop to see it. And in case you’re wondering, the light has been moved a few times, yet it has not burned out and nobody knows why. It might have to do with its low wattage and nearly uninterrupted operation (hey kids, never give up on a light bulb). It received a special ceremony with a full police and fire truck escort when it was moved to its present site in 1976. And you guessed right…the light bulb has its own website where you can watch it on steady cam if you have nothing better to do. Luckily, the bulb came back to life after it “burned out” for seven hours back in 2013. Apparently the power supply had just been faulty. I’ve never seen a light bulb get so much love and attention. I should probably give more respect to my overhead light, and then maybe I won’t ever have to change it again.

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