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The Johnnie Walker logo.Prior to 1860 it was illegal to sell blended (malt and grain mixed together) whisky. During that time John Walker sold a number of whiskys — notably his own Walker’s Kilmarnock. In 1865 John’s son Alexander produced their first blend, Walker’s Old Highland.
Alexander Walker first introduced the iconic square bottle in 1870. The other identifying characteristic of the bottle is the label, which is applied at an angle of 24 degrees.
From 1906–1909 John’s grandsons George and Alexander II expanded the line and introduced the colour names. In 1908, when James Stevenson was the Managing Director, there was a re-branding of sorts. The whisky was renamed from Walker's Kilmarnock Whiskies to Johnnie Walker Whisky. In addition, the slogan, "Born 1820 – Still going Strong!" was created, along with the Striding Man, a figure used in their advertisements for around fifty years.
They dropped Johnnie Walker White during World War I. In 1932, Alexander II added Johnnie Walker Swing to the line.
Johnnie Walker continues to be blended in Kilmarnock, with a large plant just north of the town's railway station. The historic bonded warehouses and company offices (now local authority) can still be seen in Strand Street and John Finnie Street.
I call her Tuesday afternoon, August 9, 2005, a few hours after interviewing her fiance Jack The Zipper.
She sounds distracted. "I have a couple of minutes," she says. "We're just having a family thing, but I can talk."
Duke: "When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?"
Kim: "Umm, let me gather my thoughts. You have impeccable timing.
"My mom thought I was going to be a rock star. She had high hopes for me. She didn't realize that I suck at playing guitar. I wrote songs and I was really into music as a teenager.
"I was born and raised in Tacoma, Washington. At 13, I decided I needed a change of scenery and I moved to Oregon to my mother [a stripper]."
Duke: "What kind of crowd did you hang out with in highschool?"
Kim: "The smokers.
"I wasn't that great of a student, though I was great in the classes where the teachers cared. I was a good student in classes with good teachers. I was misunderstood when I was a teenager.
"I was a wild child but I could be easy and I could be taught but only a handful of teachers took the time to care.
"I wasn't a troublemaker."
Kimberly lost her virginity at 15 to her boyfriend. "I wasn't a dater. I didn't have boyfriends [aside from that one]."
Duke: "How did you get into the porn industry?"
Kim: "I grew up around the business. My mom helped produce a $150,000 softcore film when I was 17. I don't want to say the name of the film because I know the stars now.
"Back then, my mom was kooky and she had issues with the creators, who were the stars of the movie. The movie was never released because of these issues.
"Now I know the stars and they don't remember me from back then being her daughter. I want to keep it that way.
"When I came to live with my mother in Oregon, I was around the business. That's why I'm comfortable out of making a career of something I've been in for a long time and know well.
"My mom was a Hawaiin Tropics award winner. She was a beauty queen, dancer, and model." She never did porn.
"She's proud of me now, but when I first told her I was getting into it, she was upset.
27 August 1896 - 21 September 1933
In Tokyo, while staying with a friend, he was introduced to the works of poet Sakutarō Hagiwara, and was encouraged to start writing. After eight months in Tokyo, during which time he began to write children's stories, he returned to Hanamaki due to the illness and subsequent death of his younger sister.
He found employment as a teacher in agricultural science at Hanamaki Agricultural High School (花巻農学校). Saving his meagre salary, he was able to finance the publication of his first collection of children's stories and fairy tales (Chūmon no Ōi Ryōriten - 注文の多い料理店 - The Restaurant of Many Orders) and a portion of a collection of free-verse poems (Haru to Shura - 春と修羅 - Spring and Asura) in 1924. Although neither work was a commercial success, his writings came to the attention of poets Kotaro Takamura and Shimpei Kusano, who admired his writing greatly and introduced it to the literary world.
As a teacher, his students viewed him as passionate but rather eccentric, as he insisted that learning came through actual, firsthand experience of things. He often took his students out of the classroom, not only for training, but just for enjoyable walks in the hills and fields. He also had them put on plays they wrote themselves.
From 1926 until his death in 1933, Miyazawa struggled to improve the material and spiritual life of the impoverished peasants of his native Iwate. He introduced new agricultural techniques and new varieties of seeds. He left his position as instructor at Hanamaki Agriculture School in 1926 to establish the Rasu Farmers Association. At the detached house of his family, where he was staying at the time, he gathered together a group of youths from nearby farming families and lectured on agronomy. The association also engaged in plays, music, and other cultural activities
His writings from this period show sensitivity for the land and for the people who work in it. A prolific writer of children's stories, many of which appear superficially to be light or humorous, all contain stories intended for moral education of the reader. He also wrote some works in prose, some stage plays for his students, and left behind a large amount of tanka and free verse, most of which was only discovered and published posthumously. His poetry, which has been translated into numerous languages, has a considerable following to this day. A number of his children’s works have been made into animated movies (anime) in Japan.
Miyazawa's works were influenced by contemporary trends of romanticism and the proletarian literature movement, but above all were influenced by his devotion to the Lotus Sutra in particular.
Miyazawa struggled with pleurisy for many years, and was often incapacitated for months at a time. He died in 1933 of pneumonia.
At sixteen years of age, Hazell left school to work as a hairdresser. Her colleagues persuaded her to try her luck at modelling (she later quit hairdressing) and she enrolled at Lewisham College to start a City & Guilds in fashion, but was not at the college for very long. At seventeen, she competed in The Daily Star's "Search for a Beach Babe" contest and won. A friend told her about The Sun's Page 3 Idol competition. Despite some initial uncertainty about entering the contest, she submitted some photos. She was eventually chosen the winner in December 2004. She won £10,000 worth of "sexy clothes" and "a one-year membership of the Rex cinema and bar". Three cast sculptures were made of her bust by sculptor Leigh Heppell. Two are in the Sun offices and one is in her house.
Another part of Hazell's Page 3 Idol win was a one-year exclusive glamour modelling contract with The Sun. She is currently being handled by Jon Fowler.
Hazell regularly featured in Zoo until 2008, and continues to appear in The Sun at least once every two weeks. She has been on the cover of The Sun's 2006 and 2007 Page 3 calendars, in addition to her own 2006 and 2007 wall calendars, the latter of which sold 30,000 in its first few days of release. In April 2008, Hazell left Zoo and signed an exclusive deal to appear in their rival magazine Nuts.
Hazell will be appearing in the september 2008 issue of Playboy.
In your easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it,
You'll be the grandest lady in the easter parade.
Owl be all in clover and when they look you over,
Owl be the proudest fellow in the easter parade.
On the avenue, fifth avenue, the photographers will snap us,
And you'll find that yore in the rotogravure.
Oh, I could write a sonnet about your easter bonnet,
And of the girl I'm taking to the easter parade.
She loves to show her big bobos and wet pussy to people.
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