other photos of sabaudia .. these photos in particular show the lake near the coast. The town, as you can see, can boast of a lot of greenery, even if for most of the year the heat and humidity make the area full of insects. The city, founded by Mussolini, has wide streets, designed and engineered according to the canons of that time. Although it was October (and especially the small town that does not boast a great tourism) I was able to see some visitor-tourists.
His name was Huey Haha and, as his name suggests, he was a comedian. The young comedian died at the age of just 22, according to what his family also confirmed with a post on Instagram.
According to the statement, Huey Haha died on 25 October. The post on Instagram reads: “Rest in peace. Huey Haha died on October 25, 2021 “.
And soon after a Gofundme collection was launched for funeral expenses and for the young comedian’s daughter.
The collection target was set at 15 thousand dollars, but it was exceeded by reaching almost 20 thousand dollars.
Many messages of condolence from fellow creators, but not only: fans also flocked to pay tribute to Huey Haha.
The comments remember him as “a young creative”. One of his fans says he is saddened by his passing, but “glad we met” and adds: “Your legacy will live on.”
Even on Twitter there was no shortage of comments of condolence: “R.I.P for this young, creative, extraordinary and talented star. We will miss you”.
Another fan says he is completely saddened by the news of the disappearance of the comic and adds: “I don’t know what happened, but I understand all the effort to get to where he was”. The videos of the very young comedian had reached 4.5 million views
Indeed, the causes of Huey Haha’s death have not yet been disclosed. The only thing known about this TikTok comedian was his incredible – and lightning-fast – rise to success.
Huey Haha had quickly reached 204 thousand followers on Instagram (further increased by the news of the death) and 448 thousand on YouTube.
The hundred videos he uploaded to YouTube had hit 4.5 million views.
Of Vietnamese descent, brought to Stockton in California and had a daughter named Princess.
On the suicide hypothesis, commentators appear stunned and incredulous – with someone coming to speculate on conspiracies:
“It is not possible that he committed suicide. I think something sinister has happened to him. He knew a lot of famous people. And you know how the industry works, they make sacrifices. The boy was talented but the industry kills you because I’m in the occult ”.
This ultimatum, which was presented to Metaxas by the Italian ambassador to Greece, Emanuele Grazzi, shortly after 03:00 am on 28 October 1940, who had just come from a party in the Italian embassy in Athens, demanded Greece allow Axis forces to enter Greek territory and occupy certain unspecified “strategic locations” or otherwise face war. It was allegedly answered with a single laconic word: όχι (No!). However, his actual reply was, “Alors, c’est la guerre!” (Then it is war!).
On the morning of 28 October, the Greek population took to the streets, irrespective of political affiliation, shouting ‘ohi’. From 1942, it was celebrated as Ohi Day, first mostly among the members of the resistance and after the war by all the Greeks.
The Greek island of Poros decorated in recognition of Ohi Day
During the war, 28 October was commemorated yearly in Greece and Cyprus and Greek communities around the world, and after World War II it became a public holiday in Greece and Cyprus. The events of 1940 are commemorated every year with military and student parades. On every anniversary, most public buildings and residences are decorated with national flags. Schools and all places of work are closed.
This day commemorates the first public performance of Charles-Émile Reynaud‘s Théâtre Optique at the Grevin Museum in Paris, 1892. In 1895, the Cinematograph of the Lumière brothers outshone Reynaud’s invention, driving Émile to bankruptcy. However, his public performance of animation entered the history of optical entertainments as shortly predating the camera-made movies.
In recent years, the event has been observed in more than 50 countries with more than 1000 events, on every continent, all over the world. IAD was initiated by ASIFA, International Animated Film Association, a member of UNESCO. During International Animation Day cultural institutions are also invited to join in by screening animated films, organizing workshops, exhibiting artwork and stills, providing technical demonstrations, and organizing other events helping to promote the art of animation. Such a celebration is an outstanding opportunity of putting animated films in the limelight, making this art more accessible to the public.
Full length animation films, historical features, animated shorts, and student films, all variety of animation art are shown in the workshops. These films display an extraordinary range of techniques – drawing, painting, animating puppets and objects, using clay, sand, paper, and computer. Because many animated films are non-verbal, it is a rich opportunity for cross cultural expression and communication.
À ceux qui n’en ont pas À ceux qui n’en ont pasRosa, rosa Quand on fout le bordel, tu nettoies Et toi, Albert Quand on trinque, tu ramasses les verre Céline, bataire Toi, tu t’prends des vestes au vestiaire Arlette, arrête Toi la fête tu la passes aux toilettesEt si on célébrait ceux qui ne célèbrent pas Pour une fois, j’aimerais lever mon verre à ceux qui n’en ont pas À ceux qui n’en ont pasQuoi les bonnes manières? Pourquoi j’f’rais semblant? Toute façon elle est payée pour le faire Tu t’prends pour ma mère? Dans une heure j’reviens, qu’ce soit propre Qu’on puisse y manger par terre Trois heures que j’attends, franchement Il les fabrique ou quoi? Heureusement qu’c’est que deux verres Appelle-moi ton responsable Et fais vite, elle pourrait se finir comme ça ta carrièreOui, célébrons ceux qui ne célèbrent pas Encore une fois, j’aimerais lever mon verre à ceux qui n’en ont pas À ceux qui n’en ont pasÀ ceux qui n’en ont pasFrotter, frotter Mieux vaut ne pas s’y Frotter, frotter Si tu n’me connais pas Brosser, brosser Tu pourras toujours te Brosser, brosser Si tu ne me respectes pasOui, célébrons ceux qui ne célèbrent pas Encore une fois, j’aimerais lever mon verre à ceux qui n’en ont pas À ceux qui n’en ont pasPilotes d’avion ou infirmières Chauffeurs de camion, hôtesses de l’air Boulangers ou marins-pêcheurs Un verre aux champions des pires horaires Aux jeunes parents bercés par les pleurs Aux insomniaques de profession Et tous ceux qui souffrent de peines de cœur Qui n’ont pas le cœur aux célébrationsQui n’ont pas le cœur aux célébrations
LYRIC Traslated (english)
To those who don’t have one To those who don’t have one
[Verse 1] Rosa, Rosa, when we make a mess, you clean it up And you, Albert, when we toast, you collect the glasses Céline (Céline), ‘bate (‘bate), you, you take the jackets to the coat check Arlette, stop that, you, party time, you spend it in the toilets
[Chorus] So how ’bout we celebrate to those who don’t celebrate For once, I’d like to raisе my glass to those who don’t have one To thosе who don’t have one
[Verse 2] What about manners? Why would I pretend? Anyway, she gets paid for it, do you think you’re my mother? In an hour, I’ll be back, better be clean, so we can eat on the floor, I’ve been waiting for three hours Honestly, do they make it themselves or what? Luckily it’s just two glasses Get me your manager and hurry up, it could end just like this, your career
[Chorus] Yes, let’s celebrate to those who don’t celebrate Once again, I’d like to raise my glass to those who don’t have one To those who don’t have one To those who don’t have one
[Bridge] Rub it, rub it, better not to rub against it, rub if you don’t know me Brush it, brush it, you can always brush it off, brush it if you don’t respect me
[Chorus] Yes, let’s celebrate to those who don’t celebrate Once again, I’d like to raise my glass to those who don’t have one To those who don’t have one
[Outro] Airline pilot or nurse, truck driver or flight attendant Baker or fisherman, a drink to the champions of the worst schedules To young parents rocked by tears, to professional insomniacs And all those who suffer from heartache, who don’t feel like celebrating Who don’t feel like celebrating
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