BitchX is a free IRC client and has been considered to be the most popular ircII-based IRC client. The initial implementation, written by "Trench" and "HappyCrappy", was a script for the IrcII chat client, it was converted to a program in its own right by panasync. BitchX 1.1 final was released in 2004. It is a TUI application utilizing ncurses. GTK+ toolkit support has been dropped, it works on all Unix-like operating systems, is distributed under a BSD license. It is based on ircII-EPIC and it was merged into the EPIC IRC client, it supports a subset of UTF-8 with an unofficial patch. BitchX has been noted to be a popular IRC client for Unix-like systems; the latest official release is version 1.2. It was known that early versions of BitchX were vulnerable to a denial-of-service attack in that they could be caused to crash by passing specially-crafted strings as arguments to certain IRC commands; this was. The previous version of BitchX, released in 2004, has security problems allowing remote IRC servers to execute arbitrary code on the client's machine.
On April 26, 2009, Slackware removed BitchX from its distribution, citing the numerous unresolved security issues. The aforementioned vulnerabilities were fixed in the sources for the 1.2 release. Comparison of Internet Relay Chat clients Internet Relay Chat Internet Relay Chat Client Official website BitchX on SourceForge.net "BitchX". Freecode. BitchX IRC clients at Curlie BitchX shell providers at Curlie
Trailer Trash Tracys are an English experimental rock/dream pop band that originated in London, England. The band was founded in 2011 by songwriters Susanne Jimmy Lee, they were joined by bassist Adam Jaffrey and drummer Dayo James. The band's début album Ester was released through Domino Records on 9 January 2012 in the United Kingdom. Critics have identified dream shoegazing elements in their sound. Susanne Aztoria has garnered critical acclaim, her vocals being described as honeyed. August 11, 2017 was the release date of the second album ALTHAEA, which gained positive reviews; the band has toured with The Vaccines and The Kills. Additionally, they have played with bands including The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Forest Swords and Real Estate, they have played multiple music festivals around the world as well including The Great Escape, Hinterland Festival in Glasgow, South by Southwest in Austin. And Nail In The Cross Festival in London. "You Wish You Were Red" was used in an advertisement for the Renault 4+ Package.
"You Wish You Were Red" was used in the season two episode "Ghosts of the Past" of the US version of The Killing. "You Wish You Were Red" was used in episode 18 of the US version of The Secret Circle. "You Wish You Were Red" was used in season 1 episode 6 of the teen drama Riverdale. "Candy Girl" was used in episode 9 of season 2 of the Cinemax series Banshee. Susanne Aztoria Jimmy Lee Adam Jaffrey – bass Dayo James – drums Official website Trailer Trash Tracys on Facebook Trailer Trash Tracys on Domino Records Trailer Trash Tracys on Instagram
The Final Comedown is a soundtrack album for the film The Final Comedown by American jazz guitarist Grant Green featuring performances recorded in 1971 and released on the Blue Note label. It was the first soundtrack album released on Blue Note; the Allmusic review by Brandon Burke awarded the album 3 stars and stated "Recommended for fans of blaxploitation soundtracks and early-'70s jazz-funk". All compositions by Wade Marcus"Past and Future" - 5:16 "Fountain Scene" - 3:01 "Soul Food, African Shop" - 2:54 "Slight Fear and Terror" - 1:16 "Luanna's Theme" - 2:29 "The Final Comedown" - 3:28 "Afro Party" - 4:11 "Traveling to Get to Doc" - 1:41 "One Second After Death" - 1:40 "Father's Lament" - 2:49 "Battle Scene" - 6:46Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC on December 13 & 14, 1971 Grant Green - guitar Irving Markowitz, Marvin Stamm - trumpet, flugelhorn Phil Bodner - flute, alto saxophone, oboe Harold Vick - alto saxophone, tenor saxophone Julian Barber, Harry Zaratzian - viola Seymour Barab, Charles McCracken - cello Eugene Bianco - harp Warren Smith - marimba, tambourine George Devens - vibes, percussion Richard Tee - piano, organ Cornell Dupree - guitar Gordon Edwards - electric bass Grady Tate - drums Ralph MacDonald - conga, bongos Wade Marcus - composer, conductor
The 2015 Emporia State Hornets football team represented Emporia State University in the 2015 NCAA Division II football season. The Hornets played their home games on Jones Field at Francis G. Welch Stadium in Emporia, Kansas, as they have done since 1937. 2015 was the 122nd season in school history. The Hornets were led by head coach Garin Higgins, who finished his fifteenth overall season, ninth at Emporia State. Emporia State is a member of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association; the 2014 Emporia State Hornets football team finished the regular season 4–7, with losses to Central Missouri, Central Oklahoma, Pittsburg State, Fort Hays State, Northwest Missouri State and Nebraska–Kearney. Due to the multiple injuries, including the starting quarterback, the Hornets were not ranked and did not make a post-season game, like the previous two years. Along with Higgins, there are 9 assistants. Source: 2015 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association football season
405 Long Range Patrol Squadron is a unit of the Royal Canadian Air Force within the Canadian Forces formed as No. 405 Squadron RCAF during the Second World War. No. 405 Squadron RCAF was formed at Driffield, Yorkshire, on 23 April 1941 as an Article XV squadron and equipped with the Vickers Wellington bomber. It flew the RCAF's first bombing operation ten weeks on 12/13 June, attacking the railway marshalling yards at Schwerte, it converted to the Handley Page Halifax in April 1942, taking part in the historic 1,000-bomber raid on Cologne on the night of 30/31 May 1942. In late October 1942, the squadron was loaned to Coastal Command to fly anti-submarine patrols in the Bay of Biscay at the time of the North African landings. Returning to Bomber Command at the beginning of March 1943, the squadron flew with No. 6 Group RCAF for short time before being selected for the elite No. 8 Group based at Gransden Lodge Airfield, with which it served until the end of the war. Through the last 20 months of the bomber offensive the squadron was equipped with the Avro Lancaster.
The squadron's last operational mission took place on 25 April 1945 when nine Lancasters bombed the Berghof, four aircraft bombed enemy gun batteries on island of Wangerooge. The squadron was disbanded on 5 September 1945; the squadron was reformed on 1 April 1947 as No. 405 Bomber Reconnaissance Squadron at RCAF Station Greenwood, was redesignated No. 405 Maritime Reconnaissance Squadron and No. 405 Maritime Patrol Squadron. In April 1950, as a Maritime Patrol Squadron, the squadron was equipped with modified Mark X Lancasters; these were replaced in mid-1955 by the P2V7 Neptune giving the squadron a much greater anti-submarine capability. In April 1958 the squadron was given the distinction of being the first to fly the Canadian-built CP-107 Argus; the squadron made its last flight in the Argus on 10 November 1980 before introducing the CP-140 Aurora. Though 405 Squadron's primary combat functions are anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare, most of its time is spent fulfilling a variety of non-combat roles.
These include search and rescue, counter-drug operations with the RCMP, anti-pollution and fisheries patrols. It flew operations in the Arabian Sea after the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks. Notes Bibliography405 Squadron 405 Maritime Patrol Squadron History of 405 Squadron Canadian Department of National Defence – Honours & Recognition for the Men and Women of the Canadian Armed Forces 10th Edition – 2016. Accessed 14 March 2019
Quaudiophiliac is a compilation album featuring music by Frank Zappa, released in DVD-Audio format by Barking Pumpkin Records in 2004. It compiles recordings he made while experimenting with quadraphonic, or four-channel, sound in the 1970s. Zappa prepared quadraphonic mixes of a number of his 1970s albums, with both Over-Nite Sensation and Apostrophe being released in discrete quadraphonic on Zappa's DiscReet Records label. Produced by Zappa, completed by his son, Dweezil Zappa, Quaudiophiliac includes several unreleased works in this format; the recordings date from as early as 1970, with "Chunga Basement", a version of the title track from Chunga's Revenge. Included are three tracks from the 1975 Royce Hall, UCLA concerts with the Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Orchestra which would become Orchestral Favorites. Frank Zappa – guitar, arranger, conductor Napoleon Murphy Brock – vocals Adrian Belew – guitar George Duke – keyboards Andre Lewis – keyboards Ian Underwood – keyboards Tommy Mars – keyboards, vocals Don Preston - Minimoog Max Bennett – bass guitar Alex Dmochowski – bass guitar Roy Estrada – bass guitar Tom Fowler – bass guitar Patrick O'Hearn – bass guitar Terry Bozzio – drums, vocals Aynsley Dunbar – drums Chester Thompson – drums Ed Mann – percussion Mike Altschul – bass clarinet, bass flute, bass saxophone, tenor saxophone Sal Marquez – trumpet, flugelhorn Billy Byers – trombone, baritone horn Kenny Shroyer – trombone, baritone horn Frank Zappa – producer, mixing Dweezil Zappa – producer, engineer Jeff Skillen – executive producer Gail Zappa – executive producer, art direction, photography Art Kelm – technical support Richard Landers – technical support Fred Maher – technical support, artist relations Stephen Marcussen – mastering Jeff Levison – production supervisor Jaime Ramírez – production coordination Joe Travers – vault research John "Buddy" Williams – photography, cover photo Keith Lawler – package layout, photography Lyrics and details Quaudiophiliac at zappa.com