The dating of "September 1" is according to the "new" revised Julian calendar or the "old" standard Julian calendar, depending on which is used by a particular Orthodox Church. Hence, it may fall on 1 September on the civil calendar, or on 14 September between and inclusive. The Coptic and Ethiopian liturgical calendars are unrelated to these systems but instead follow the Alexandrian calendar which fixed the wandering ancient Egyptian calendar to the Julian year.
Their New Year celebrations on Neyrouz and Enkutatash were fixed; however, at a point in the Sothic cycle close to the Indiction , between the years and , they fall on September 11 during most years and September 12 in the years before a leap year. During the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire years beginning on the date on which each consul first entered the office.
At that time, this was the date on which those who were to hold civil office assumed their official position, and it was also the traditional annual date for the convening of the Roman Senate. This civil new year remained in effect throughout the Roman Empire, east and west, during its lifetime and well after, wherever the Julian calendar continued in use. In England, the Angle, Saxon, and Viking invasions of the fifth through tenth centuries plunged the region back into pre-history for a time.
While the reintroduction of Christianity brought the Julian calendar with it, its use was primarily in the service of the church to begin with. After William the Conqueror became king in , he ordered that January 1 be re-established as the civil New Year. In the Middle Ages in Europe a number of significant feast days in the ecclesiastical calendar of the Roman Catholic Church came to be used as the beginning of the Julian year :.
Southward equinox day usually September 22 was "New Year's Day" in the French Republican Calendar , which was in use from to It took quite a long time before January 1 again became the universal or standard start of the civil year. The years of adoption of 1 January as the new year are as follows:.
March 1 was the first day of the numbered year in the Republic of Venice until its destruction in ,  and in Russia from until Anno Mundi in the Byzantine calendar. Because of the division of the globe into time zones , the new year moves progressively around the globe as the start of the day ushers in the New Year.
These are among the last inhabited places to observe New Year. However, uninhabited outlying U. These small coral islands are found about midway between Hawaii and Australia, about 1, miles west of the Line Islands. This is because the International Date Line is a composite of local time zone arrangements, which winds through the Pacific Ocean, allowing each locale to remain most closely connected in time with the nearest or largest or most convenient political and economic locales with which each associate.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The episode was many years in the making, promised to fans early on and delayed. It was finally produced in October Franks made slow progress on writing and struggled to get the episode to production. Franks wrote the script and directed the episode.
Announced as "Psych: The Musical," the episode aired December 15, The plot deals with a criminally insane playwright named Zachary Zander, who goes by his pen name Z Anthony Rapp. The episode takes the format of a normal episode of Psych , intermittent with original songs.
As a result, there are several continuity errors throughout the episode. The episode begins with a whimsical storybook opening, followed by the opening number. Six years before the events of the episode, Z's play about Jack the Ripper is abruptly cancelled and he is sent to a mental institution. Before the premiere of his play, Z had allegedly set the theater on fire and locked a critic in a back room. After six years, a similar play is in production at a different Santa Barbara theater by its womanizing owner Armitage Barry Bostwick.
Z escapes his mental institution and presumably murdered another man. Yang Ally Sheedy. While Shawn and Gus are investigating Armitage's new production, the producer falls from the catwalk and dies.
At the coroner's office, Woody labels the death a suicide. Shawn suspects that Z's next target is likely Elisa Brooke Lyons , his muse and a cast member of his original play. Buzz McNab Sage Brocklebank is put on guard at Elisa's house, and he notifies Lassiter when he sees a man running through the woods of her property.
Lassiter, Juliet, Shawn, Gus, Yang, and her guard rush to the house, where Lassiter and Juliet chase the mysterious man. The man is revealed to be the same man that was thought to have been killed by Z upon his escape from the mental institution.
In a interview, staff members of Radical Axis stated that a sequel entitled Death Fighter is in production, and mentioned the possibility that the film might be made in 3-D. When asked if the film was designed for a theatrical release, a Radical Axis staff member responded yes, but stated: "We're not sure if we have a distributor yet".
This was then followed by the statement "Adult Swim will never make another movie ever again". By , the script for Death Fighter had been completed and approved, however, Willis indirectly stated that the project was scrapped, soon after announcing the show's cancellation.
The pilot episode "Rabbot" originally aired on Cartoon Network unannounced on December 30, , at AM, as part of a special preview of upcoming Adult Swim shows. The final episode "The Greatest Story Ever Told" made its television debut on August 30, , after first being quietly released online on August 26, The series currently airs in Canada on the Canadian version of Adult Swim. Several pieces of merchandise have been made for the series, including T-shirts , caps , wristbands , patches , and buttons featuring characters in the series.
Master Shake and Carl Halloween costumes for adults are also available. The purchase includes a piloted, one-hour ride anywhere in the continental United States, and the buyer got to keep it although a pilot's license would be required to actually fly it.
Each set was also released in Region 2 and by Madman Entertainment in Region 4. The season five episode "Robots Everywhere" was also released as a special feature on the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am video game on November 5, , months prior to official television debut on January 20, The series has been made available for on-demand streaming on Hulu Plus , as part of a deal made with Hulu and Turner Broadcasting.
There have also been video games created based on the series. An online Flash game based on the series entitled The Worst Game Ever was released, but was eventually taken down. James Rolfe , best known for creating the Angry Video Game Nerd , has cited the show as an influence on Nerd as well as shaping his sense of humour.
The series received national attention in because of a publicity stunt that became known as the Boston bomb scare. In Boston, the authorities considered the LEDs suspicious, prompting the closure of major roads and waterways for investigation.
Turner Broadcasting System later admitted to placing the LEDs and apologized for the misunderstanding. Berdovsky and Stevens faced charges for "placing a hoax device and disorderly conduct"; in spite of the uproar, the two mocked the media and critics in interviews. Of the eleven cities in which the displays were placed, only Boston saw them as a matter of concern. The installations had been up for weeks before the panic. An Aqua Teen Hunger Force episode from season five , "Boston", was produced as the series creators' response to the bomb scare, but Adult Swim pulled it to avoid further controversy.
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