Year 1146 was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar. June 18 – George of Antioch conquers Tripoli, Libya for the king of Sicily; the Almohad caliph Abd al-Mu'min conquers most of Morocco from the Almoravids. March 1 – Pope Eugene III reissues the bull Quantum praedecessores of 1145, calling for the Second Crusade. March 31 – Bernard of Clairvaux preaches the Second Crusade at Vézelay, in Burgundy. Louis VII of France and his wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, take up the cross. In a repeat of the events of 1096, Crusaders massacre Jewish communities along the Rhine. Bernard de Clairvaux condemns these pogroms in strong terms, reminding the Crusaders that those who attacked the Jewish people during the previous Crusade came to a sorry end, were massacred to the last man by the Turks. Ildeniz, atabeg of Azerbaijan, founds the first independent Turkish dynasty of Azerbaijan; the city of Bryansk is first mentioned in written records. The Republic of Genoa raids the Muslim-held Balearic Islands.
The Republic of Pisa protests seeing the islands as rightfully theirs. The Genoese proceed to lay siege to Almería, in vain. While discussing the details of a military expedition against the Almoravids for the following year, the representative of the Republic of Genoa and the count of Barcelona reach a commercial agreement, granting privileges to merchants of both nations in the Catalan and Ligurian ports. A rainy year causes the harvest to fail in Europe. Probable - Gerald of Wales, Welsh clergyman and chronicler February 5 – Zafadola, last ruler of the Hudid Dynasty June 1 – Ermengarde of Anjou, Duchess regent of Brittany August 1 – Vsevolod II of Kiev August 27 – King Eric III of Denmark September 14 – Imad ad-Din Zengi, ruler of Syria
The 2006–07 Liga III season was the 51st season of Liga III, the third tier of the Romanian football league system. It was the first in this format; the winners of each division got promoted to the 2007-08 Liga II season. There were two playoff tournaments held at neutral venues involving the second placed teams, one with those from series 1, 2 and 3, the other with those from series 4, 5, 6; the winners of the playoffs got promoted to the 2007-08 Liga II season. The bottom three from each division were relegated at the end of the season to the county football leagues. From the 15th placed teams, another three were relegated. To determine these teams, separate standings were computed, using only the games played against clubs ranked 1st through 14th. Pambac Bacău - Juventus Bucureşti 0-1 Juventus Bucureşti - Inter Gaz Bucureşti 1-1 Pambac Bacău - Iner Gaz Bucureşti 0-3 Luceafărul Băile Felix - Minerul Motru 3-0 Mureşul Deva - Luceafărul Băile Felix 1-0 Minerul Motru - Mureşul Deva 0-5 2006–07 Liga I 2006–07 Liga II
Tetsu and Tomo are an owarai duo. They have made appearances on variety shows such as Bakushou. Tetsu dresses in red and Tomo in blue, their act has been around since at least 2001, is musical in nature. When not performing to recorded songs, Tomo plays both men sing. Tetsu, born May 9, 1970 Tetsu nicknamed "Tetchan", is a graduate of Nihon University. In the duo's manzai acts, he pays the boke role. Tomo, born May 10, 1970 Tomo a Nihon University graduate plays the tsukkomi role in their manzai acts, he practices shigin, has won an amateur singing competition. The two were scouted after singing at a wedding as entertainment. Both intended to pursue serious entertainment careers, but the pair ended up in comedy. One of their most notable songs is "I wonder why", which pokes fun at strange yet relatable things that people do; this theme became famous as two ending theme songs to the anime Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo, the CD single, released in 2003, sold over 200,000 copies. Owarai Official site Media related to Tetsu and Tomo at Wikimedia Commons