Check out that bling at the top of the right column, pretty boss, eh?
Nothing like finishing dead last in the annual Dance Advantage 2011 Dance Blog competition. There was a tie for eighteenth, bumping me up from 20th to 19th. Anyway, I skated by with a whooping .6% percent of the total vote, six votes, two of those were mine, oops (shhh, don’t tell anyone, wink).
It’s not the first time I’ve finished last, you should see my racing results. Anyway, it’s better to finish last than not to finish at all (stepping off my soap box).
Anyway, I’d like to thank you my dear readers for the additional votes and support to make it to the second round. I’m constantly thrilled to find that people actually read this blog.
Thank you all, you rock!
- Wore #19: Joe Montana (KC Chiefs), Johnny Unitas, Tony Gwynn, Willis Reed, Lenny Wilkens, Robin Yount, Bob Feller, and Steve Yzerman.
- 19 is the 8th smallest prime number.
- When a 3x3x3 cube is made of twenty-seven unit cubes, maximum 19 of them are visible.
- 19 is the atomic number of potassium.
- 19 is the number of angels guarding hell according to the Qur’an.
- In the Bábí and Bahá’í faiths, a group of 19 is called a Váhid.
- 19 song by Paul Hardcastle in 1985.
- 19 has been used as an alternative to twelve for a division of the octave into equal parts.
- This is the minimum age that is legal to buy tobacco products in Alabama, Alaska, New Jersey, and Utah.
- 19 is the minimum age at which one can drink and buy alcohol in Canada except for the provinces of Alberta, Manitoba, and Quebec where the drinking and purchase age of alcohol is 18. Go Canada!!
- 19 is the minimum age to marry in the state of Nebraska.
- The 19th President of the United States was Rutherford B. Hayes.
- The 19th state to enter the Union of the United States was Indiana.
- 19 a.d. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Saturninus and Vespillo.
- The Babylonians considered the 19th day of the month to be unlucky.