winner 1996

Winners’ circle:

Michael Schumacher brings home his first victory for Scuderia Ferrari at the 1996 Spanish Grand Prix. After having started third, he did an amazing drive in the heavy rain to take the lead on lap thirteen, also proving why he deserved the nickname “Regenmeister”. Of the twenty starting drivers, only six finished the race.

Wisława Szymborska (1923-2012) was the 1996 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. She was described as the “Mozart of poetry” in her native country of Poland, where her volumes were consistently bestsellers.

Although her early work followed the official state guidelines in accordance with the socialist rule, gradually she estranged herself from this style and began getting involved with other dissidents to protest the repressive regime. Her works often feature war and terrorism, and employ literary techniques such as ironic precision, contradiction and paradox.

anonymous asked:

In 1997 I'm pretty sure 24 year old Rose McGowan (with a couple of small roles under her belt) vs. Harvey who had produced the best picture Oscar winner in both 1996 and 1998 wouldn't have ended well for her. Can't blame her for being pragmatic and taking the money.

Oh no, she should have gone public with the accusation and torpedoed her career even though Harvey Weinstein could have sued her into oblivion even if she was telling the truth about SOMETHING THAT LITERALLY EVERYONE IN THE INDUSTRY ALREADY KNEW AND WAS DOING COMPLETELY FUCK ALL ABOUT

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OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES - 1996 Winner (Elaine Benes on Seinfeld)

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES - 2006 Winner (Christine Campbell on The New Adventures of Old Christine)

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES - 2012 Winner (Selina Meyer on VEEP)

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES - 2013 Winner (Selina Meyer on VEEP)

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES - 2014 Winner (Selina Meyer on VEEP)

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J-Hope (BTS) [February 18, 1994]
P.O. (Block B) [February 2, 1993]
Sungjoo (Uniq) [February 16, 1994]
Hankyung (Super Junior) [February 9, 1984]
Kyonyun (Super Junior) [February 3, 1988]
DK (Seventeen) [February 18, 1997]
Vernon (Seventeen) [February 18, 1998]
Dino (Seventeen) [February 11, 1999]
I.M. (Monsta X) [January 26, 1996]
Seungyoon (Winner) [January 21, 1994]
Ravi (Vixx) [February 15, 1993]
Junho (2PM) [January 25, 1990]
Chansung (2PM) [February 11, 1990]
Woohyun (Infinite) [February 8, 1991]
Youngjae (B.A.P.) [January 24, 1994]
Jongup (B.A.P.) [February 6, 1995]
Sooyoung (Girls’ Generation) [February 10, 1990]
Naeun (A-Pink) [February 10, 1994]
Jia (Miss A) [February 3, 1989]
Victoria (F(x)) [February 2, 1987]
Bora (Sistar) [January 30, 1990]
Soyou (Sistar) [February 12, 1992]
Seulgi (Red Velvet) [February 10, 1994]