Year 1407 was a common year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar. April 10 – After several invitations by the Yongle Emperor of China since 1403, the fifth Karmapa of the Karma Kagyu sect of Tibetan Buddhism, the lama Deshin Shekpa visits the Ming Dynasty capital at Nanjing. In his twenty-two-day visit, he thrills the Ming court with alleged miracles that are recorded in a gigantic scroll, translated into five different languages. In a show of mystical prowess, Deshin Shekpa adds legitimacy to a questionable succession to the throne by Yongle, who had killed his nephew the Jianwen Emperor in the culmination of a civil war. For his services to the Ming court, including his handling of the ceremonial rites of Yongle's deceased parents, Deshin Shekpa is awarded the title Great Treasure Prince of Dharma. June 16 – Ming–Hồ War: The Ming Dynasty of China under the Yongle Emperor conquers Vietnam, capturing Hồ Quý Ly and his sons, ending the Vietnamese Hồ Dynasty. November 20 – A solemn truce between John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy and Louis I, Duke of Orléans is agreed under the auspicies of John, Duke of Berry.
November 23 – The Duke of Orleans is assassinated. Rudolfo Belenzani leads a revolt against Bishop Georg von Liechtenstein in Trento, Bishopric of Trent. David Holbache founds Oswestry School, in the Welsh Marches. Mateu Texidor finishes the Puente de la Trinidad bridge in Spain. March 15 – Jacob, Margrave of Baden-Baden August 27 – Ashikaga Yoshikazu, Japanese shōgun September 21 – Leonello d'Este, Marquis of Ferrara, Italian noble November 8 – Alain de Coëtivy, Catholic cardinal date unknown Thomas de Littleton, English judge Marguerite, bâtarde de France, French noble, illegitimate daughter of the King of France Demetrios Palaiologos, Byzantine prince Lorenzo Valla, Italian humanist, literary critic February 9 – William I, Margrave of Meissen March 7 – Francesco I Gonzaga, ruler of Mantua April 23 – Olivier de Clisson, French soldier July – Empress Xu, Chinese Empress November 23 – Louis I, Duke of Orléans, brother of Charles VI of France date unknown Pero López de Ayala, Spanish soldier Kolgrim, Norse Greenlander and alleged sorcerer
The Hoober-Bloob Highway is an animated musical special written by Dr. Seuss and produced by DePatie–Freleng Enterprises; the special first aired February 19, 1975 on CBS, was the last Dr. Seuss special produced for that network. Seuss composed the song lyrics, which were set to music by Dean Elliott. Mr. Hoober-Bloob, a dispatcher of newborn children from some location in space, is preparing to send a new child down his highway to Earth, but first, he gives the child a chance to decide for himself whether he wants the life of a human. Mr. Hoober-Bloob shows him pleasures that people face in life; the story suggests. The titular highway is a long and winding road that leads to Earth from an area high up in space where newborn babies come from; the plot revolves around a newborn child, referred to as "Bub", as he tries to decide what he wants out of his life, or if he wants to go at all, before being sent down the Hoober-Bloob Highway to be born. Mr. Hoober-Bloob, with the help of a lute with arms and legs that breaks into fast-paced solos, explains to the child what to expect in human life.
His explanations are accompanied by musical vignettes of the baby, depicted as a pre-adolescent boy, in an unusual situation that accompanies the song. The baby makes the decision to depart for the world below, Mr. Hoober-Bloob excitedly pushes his carriage down the Hoober-Bloob Highway at last. Bob Holt – Mr. Hoober-Bloob, Snail Race Announcer Hal Smith – Narrator Animation: Bob Richardson, Don Williams, Norm McCabe, Warren Batchelder, Nelson Shin, Bob Matz, Bob Bemiller, Brenda Banks, Bob Bransford, Ruth Kissane, John Freeman Backgrounds: Richard H. Thomas, Gloria Wood Layout: Dick Ung Sequence Director: Gerry Chiniquy In Charge Of Production: Lee Gunther Camera: John Burton, Jr. Hogan-Lee Images Film Editing: Rick Steward Music by: Dean Elliott Teleplay & Lyrics by: Dr. Seuss Production Design by: Roy Morita Storyboard by: Rosemary O'Connor, Chris Jenkyns Directed by: Alan Zaslove Executive Producer: David H. DePatie Producer by: Ted Geisel and Friz Freleng The Hoober-Bloob Highway was nominated for a Primetime Emmy, but it lost out to Yes, There Is a Santa Claus.
It is one of the lesser-known Dr. Seuss animated specials, it was broadcast on ABC Family's 25 Days of Christmas on December 1, 2008. It was given limited release on VHS, can be found alongside the VHS release of The Cat in the Hat and the VHS and DVD releases of The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat, it is included as a bonus special on the Blu-ray release of The Cat in the Hat. The Hoober-Bloob Highway features a number of songs, centered on the decisions the newborn must make about his future life. All the lyrics are written by all music by Dean Elliott; the Hoober-Bloob Highway... And That's the Way It Is, Bub West Watch-A-Ka-Tella This Is Your Life Among the Daisies That's Just the Beginning Things You Have to Know I Know the Way You Feel, Bub On the Other Hand, Though It's Fun to be a Human What Do You Do? Answer Yes or No You're a HumanThe soundtrack was referenced by rapper Danny! through a track titled "This Is Your Life " off of his album Where Is Danny? The Japanese version of this record, released via Interscope Records, replaces the aforementioned track with another instrumental titled "...
And That's the Way It Is, Bub" in reference to the soundtrack. The Hoober-Bloob Highway on IMDb
Elaine Goodlad is a professional figure competitor and makeup artist. As competitor Goodlad stands out among her fellow figure competitors as one of the few forty-something year old women to be a professional figure competitor who competes at the professional level, she is a well known and much-sought-after makeup artist among fitness models and fitness & figure competitors who seek her professional skills as a makeup artist for photo shoots and contest times. Elaine grew up in Canada in a small town and farming community to Baptist parents; when she was in high school she was involved in sports such as field and volleyball. At the age of twenty, Elaine discovered the gym, used the structure and discipline of the weight training to overcome some of her personal issues and gain new confidence, she continued her weight training regime with the help of a powerlifter, Terry Goodlad who helped her to make the right changes in her regime and helped her improve her physique. Full Name: Elaine Goodlad Birthday: May 2 Place of Birth: Saskatchewan, Canada Current state of Residence: Las Vegas Occupation: Figure competitor, personal trainer, fitness model, Professional make-up artist.
Height: 5'7" Weight: 130-132 lbs.:138-140 lbs. Eye Color: Blue Goodlad's training consists of simple compound movements with free weights, she weight trains 5 days a week, in the off-season she focuses on her glutes and shoulders as primary muscle groups. Goodlad trains two body parts per day on the off-season, performs between one and two cardio sessions a day, 7 days a week. 2002 NPC Emerald Cup, 1st and Overall winner 2003 IFBB Arnold Classic Figure International, 6th 2003 IFBB Jan Tana Pro Classic, 6th 2003 IFBB New York Pro Championships, 5th 2003 IFBB Night of Champions, 5th 2003 IFBB Figure Olympia, 11th 2003 IFBB Show of Strength Pro Championship, 6th 2003 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro Figure, 5th 2004 IFBB California Pro Figure, 1st 2004 IFBB Figure International, 8th 2004 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro Figure, 3rd 2004 IFBB Show of Strength Pro Championship, 8th 2004 IFBB Figure Olympia, 8th 2005 IFBB Figure International 8th 2005 IFBB Charlotte Pro Championships, 8th 2005 IFBB Europa Supershow, 6th 2006 IFBB Figure International 10th Gale Group.
"The flex page-three girl - Hard Times - Elaine Goodlad - Brief Article". Flex. Retrieved 2007-01-14. Stoddard, Grant. EG. California: Muscle and Fitness. March 2006 Edition. ISSN 0744-5105.. Section: Training and Fitness: pages 218-222 covers Goodlad's article. Interview #1 Interview #2 Oxygen Profile Elaine Goodlad on IMDb Body Sport Page Model Page Article