Eric Robert Milton is a former American professional baseball left-handed starting pitcher in Major League Baseball. Milton graduated from Bellefonte Area High School in Bellefonte and attended college at the University of Maryland, College Park. In 1996 while at the University of Maryland, Milton played collegiate summer baseball for the Falmouth Commodores of the Cape Cod Baseball League. A league all-star, he held opponents to a.105 batting average and set a league record with his microscopic 0.21 ERA. In 2004, Milton was inducted into the CCBL hall of fame. Milton was selected by the New York Yankees in the 1st round of the 1996 Major League Baseball Draft, he played one season in the Yankees minor league system and was traded to the Minnesota Twins on February 6, 1998 in exchange for Chuck Knoblauch. He made his Major League debut on April 5, 1998 for the Twins against the Kansas City Royals, working six scoreless innings to pick up the victory, he was 8–14 in his debut season with a 5.64 ERA in 32 starts.
On September 11, 1999, he struck out 13 batters in pitching a 7–0 no-hitter against the Anaheim Angels, the fifth no-hitter in Twins history. He finished the season with an ERA a full run lower than in his previous season, lowering it to 4.49 in 34 starts. He completed 5 games with 2 shutouts. In 2000, Milton went 13-10 in 33 starts, he led the team in wins. In 2001, Milton enjoyed the best season of his career, going 15-7 with a career low 4.32 ERA and pitching in a career high 220 innings. In 2002, Milton made just 29 starts due to injury, he walked a career low 30 batters, he finished the season 13-9 with a 4.84 ERA in a career low 171 innings. He was limited to 3 starts in 2003 due to a knee injury. With Minnesota, Milton had a record of 57–51, with 715 strikeouts and a 4.76 ERA, was selected to the 2001 AL All-Star team. He went 1–0 with a 1.65 ERA with the Twins in the 2002 and 2003 playoffs, was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies for pitcher Carlos Silva and infielder Nick Punto following the 2003 season.
Milton led the Phillies in wins and strikeouts in 2004, going 14–6 with a 4.75 ERA and 171 strikeouts in 34 starts. He took a no-hitter into the 9th inning on July 25 against the Cubs but lost it before recordin an out. At the end of the 2004 season, he signed a three-year, $25 million contract as a free agent with Cincinnati, his record in 2005 with Cincinnati was 8–15 with a 6.47 ERA, one of the worst ERA's for a full-time starter in NL history. The following season, Milton lowered his ERA to 5.19 despite giving up 29 home runs in 26 starts. He finished 8-8 in just 26 starts after missing 3 weeks to repair a torn cartilage in his left knee. After lingering elbow problems in 2007, Milton underwent Tommy John surgery after just 4 starts, ending his season. Due to his poor performance and high contract, NPR of Minnesota called him a bust, ESPN named him to their all-overpaid team, Sports Illustrated named him as the only pitcher on their all bust team, noting he gave up one home run per 11.9 batters.
He left the Reds as a free agent after the 2007 season and went unsigned due to his injury history until signing a minor league deal with the New York Yankees on July 11, 2008. He never pitched for any of the Yankees minor league teams during 2008 however and was shortly released. Milton signed a minor league contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers on February 10, 2009 with an invitation to spring training, he did not make the Major League team and was assigned to the AAA Albuquerque Isotopes to open the season. In 7 starts with the Isotopes, Milton was 3–2 with a 2.83 ERA. His contract was purchased by the Dodgers on May 14 and on May 16, Milton made his first appearance in the Major leagues since 2007 when he started for the Dodgers against the Florida Marlins. On May 26, Milton made his second start of the season for the Dodgers against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field, he worked five innings in the Dodgers 7–1 victory, recording his first Major League win since September 12, 2006. He made a total of five starts for the Dodgers, with a 2–1 record and a 3.80 ERA.
His season ended when he underwent surgery to remove a herniated disk on July 14. Milton joined the Maryland Terrapins baseball program in September 2011 as an assistant coach. On June 28, 2012, Milton was named the interim head coach of the Terrapins after head coach Erik Bakich left to take the head coaching position at the University of Michigan. List of Major League Baseball no-hitters Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or Baseball-Reference
Lady Terminator is a 1988 Indonesian horror-fantasy action film directed by H. Tjut Djalil credited under the pseudonym of Jalil Jackson; the film stars Barbara Anne Constable, Christopher J. Hart, Claudia Angelique Rademaker, is considered to be a mockbuster of the 1984 American film The Terminator; the Queen of the South Sea, an ancient sex goddess, seduces men before using a serpent that resides in her vagina to devour their penises. One man manages to grab the serpent. Enraged, the Queen curses the man's would-be great granddaughter. In 1989, an anthropologist named Tania is investigating the legend of the Queen of the South Sea, which results in her diving to the Queen's resting place, being bound to a bed and violated by a serpent, which allows the Queen to take control of her. Tania goes on a rampage, massacring civilians in a nightclub and pursuing the descendant of the man—an aspiring pop star named Erica. A New York detective named Max McNeil meets Erica. Tania attacks the police headquarters and killing numerous officers and after escaping the grip of Tania, they have sex in a forest.
Tania tracks them down and is burned in a car explosion. Barbara Anne Constable as Tania Christopher J. Hart as Max McNeil Claudia Angelique Rademaker as Erica The film was released in Indonesia in 1988. In recent years, the film was screened at the Toronto Underground Film Festival in 2010, the Belfast Film Festival in Ireland in 2014, at the Offscreen Film Festival in Belgium in 2017. Cliff Doerksen of The Chicago Reader called the film "the kind of movie best randomly discovered on cable at 4 AM, but if you dig guys with mullets, director H. Tjut Djalil has some serious treats in store for you". Kyle Anderson of Nerdist wrote that the "movie isn’t good, but it’s worth watching because of how baffling it is"; the film was released on VHS. The film was released on DVD in 2004 by Mondo Macabro. Lady Terminator on IMDb Lady Terminator on Rotten Tomatoes
Christianity is the dominant religion in Belize. The single largest denomination is the Roman Catholic Church with about 40.1% of the population, a reduction from 49.6% of the population in 2000, 57.7% in 1991 and 61.9% in 1980, although absolute numbers have still risen. Other major groups include Pentecostal with 8.4% of the population up from 7.4% in 2000 and 6.3% in 1991, Seventh-day Adventists with 5.4% of the population up from 5.2% in 2000 and 4.1% in 1991. The following of the Anglican Church has been declining, with only 4.7% of the population in 2010 compared to 6.95% in 1991. About 12,000 Mennonites live in the rural districts of Cayo and Orange Walk. People who declared they belong to no religion make up 15.5% of the population in 2010, more than double their 2000 census numbers. 11.2% adhere to other religions which include the Maya religion, Afro-American religions, Hindus, Muslims, Bahá'ís, Rastafarians and others. There were 1,333 Mormons in 2010 though The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints claims 4,807 members as of 2015.
The 2010 census found 216 Bahá'ís. It found small numbers of Buddhists and Muslims. However, the Association of Religion Data Archives states that as of 2005, 2.5% of the population identifies as Bahá'í, 2.0% identifies as Hindu, 1.1% identifies as Jewish, 1.0% identifies as spiritists, 0.6% identifies as followers of indigenous religions, 0.5% identifies as Muslim, 0.5% identifies as Buddhist. They estimate there were 7,776 Bahá'ís in Belize in that year, as well as the highest proportion of Bahá'ís in any country; the 2010 Belize Population Census, recorded only 202 Bahá'ís out of a total population of 304,106, yielding a proportion of 0.066%, far less than 2.5%. Belizean Roman Catholic churches belong to the Diocese of Belize City-Belmopan. Catholics visit the country for special gospel revivals; the Greek Orthodox Church has a presence in Santa Elena. Muslims have been in Belize since the 18th century. Activism of the 1960s saw many converts to Islam, it is common among Middle Eastern immigrants and has gained a following among some Kriols.
Mosques continue to be built in major cities. Hinduism is followed by most Indian immigrants; the constitution of Belize establishes the freedom of religion. Discrimination on religious grounds is illegal. A law against blasphemy is unenforced; the Council of Churches, a body which includes representatives from several Christian denominations, appoints one senator to the senate of Belize with the approval of the Governor-General. The law establishes that prisoners in jails must have their religious beliefs respected and accommodated. Religious groups are required to register with the government. Religious groups are exempt from certain taxes. Missionaries are required to purchase a religious worker's permit; the public school curriculum for primary schools includes nondenominational "spirituality" classes that introduce world religions, as well as ethics and morals associated with religion. Most public schools are managed by Christian churches. A few schools are run by non-Christian religious groups.
Killers Live at the Whiskey is a live album by the former Iron Maiden singer Paul Di'Anno and his band Killers. The title of the CD has been misspelled as the name of the club is written without the e; the album contain songs from Di'Anno's solo career and four songs from his back catalogue with Iron Maiden. Impaler Wrathchild Song for You Marshall Lockjaw Children of the Revolution Three Words Protector Die by the Gun Remember Tomorrow Phantom of the Opera Sanctuary Paul Di'Anno - Lead vocals Graham Bath - Guitar Cliff Evans - Guitar Brad Weissman - Bass Steve Hopgood - Drums
The 1994 Washington State Cougars football team was an American football team that represented Washington State University in the Pacific-10 Conference during the 1994 NCAA Division I-A football season. In their sixth season under head coach Mike Price, the Cougars compiled an 7–4 regular season record, outscored their opponents 192 to 136; the preseason media poll had picked WSU to finish last in the conference. The team's statistical leaders included Chad Davis with 2,299 passing yards, Frank Madu with 494 rushing yards, Albert Kennedy with 551 receiving yards. Home games were played on campus at Martin Stadium in Pullman; the Cougars hosted and won the Apple Cup, went to the second Alamo Bowl. Source: Source: Four Cougars were selected in the 1995 NFL Draft. Source:List of Washington State Cougars in the NFL Draft
Screen Novelties is a collective of film directors, specializing in stop motion animation. It was formed in 2003 by Mark Caballero, Seamus Walsh, Chris Finnegan, their work fuses classic cartoon sensibilities with mixed-media elements such as puppetry and miniature model photography. They were among the first stop motion artists to adopt an digital capture system and workflow, beginning in 1999 with the pilot films that would become Robot Chicken. Screen Novelties was integral in the launch of both Robot Chicken and Moral Orel for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block. Notable past work includes: Creating a stop motion animation version of the Flintstones for a dream sequence in The Flintstones: On the Rocks. Working with Ray Harryhausen, helping him complete his film The the Hare. Contributing whimsical puppet and special effects sequences for Cartoon Network shows Chowder and The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. Performing the restoration of the original Rudolph & Santa Puppets from the 1964 classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Their offbeat short films enjoy a small cult following "Mysterious Mose", made in their garage in 1997-98, using a hand-wound Bolex camera and an old 78rpm record as the soundtrack.
The film mixes rod puppetry, stop motion animation, silhouette animation. Old Man & the Goblins The Boy with the Flip-top Head Graveyard Jamboree with Mysterious Mose The Story of The Tortoise & the Hare Monster Safari Zombie Brothers Monster High: Gaga for Ghouls Nike Hallmark Cards Mississippi State Department of Health Rotofugi CareerBuilder All Corn Pops McDonald's Ray-Ban Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge Google Honda Target Corporation GMC Hewlett-Packard Won 30th Annual Annie Award in the category Best Short Film for The Story of the Tortoise & The Hare. Nominated for the 34th Annual Annie Award in the category Best Animated Television Commercial. Official website