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Post by Guest on Wed Nov 24, 2010 2:12 am

The episode received generally positive reviews; the character of House was widely noted as a unique aspect of the episode and series, though reviewers such as Sherwin Nuland of Slate believed that such a cruel character would not be tolerated in real life. Other complaints with the episode included stereotyped supporting characters and an implausible premise. The initial broadcast of "Pilot" was watched by approximately seven million viewers, making it the 62nd-most-watched show of the week.[2]

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Post by Guest on Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:12 am

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After Graduating with distinction alongside his buddy Jack Matthews from A.B. Lucas Secondary School, Shore attended the University of Western Ontario for his undergraduate studies followed by the University of Toronto for his law degree in 1982. After this, he worked as a municipal and corporate lawyer in his native Canada before he moved to Los Angeles to break into television. He sees this as a lateral move, as he did not consider being an attorney an uncreative occupation.[citation needed]

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Post by Guest on Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:32 am

The origin myth of the kingdom of Alba traced its foundation to the supposed destruction of Pictland by Kenneth MacAlpin, and its kings were chosen from the male line descendants of Kenneth, with the possible exception of the shadowy Eochaid, said to be Kenneth's daughter's son. During the century in which the lists correspond well with the annals, the succession to the kingship of Alba was held in an alternating fashion by two branches of the descendants of Kenneth MacAlpin, one descended from Kenneth's son Constantín, Clann Constantín mac Cináeda, and one from Constantín's brother Áed, Clann Áeda mac Cináeda. This alternating succession is also seen in Ireland, where the High Kings of Ireland come from two branches of the Uí Néill, the northern Cenél nEógain and the southern Clann Cholmáin. Both systems have been compared with the concept of tanistry found in Early Irish Law, although the political reality appears to have been more complex.

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Post by Guest on Thu Nov 25, 2010 6:23 am

The stampede occurred at the end of the three-day Water Festival to celebrate the end of the monsoon season and the biannual reversal of flow of the Tonlé Sap river.[3][4][5] Initial reports suggest that festival-goers had gathered on Koh Pich ("Diamond Island"), a spit of land stretching into the Tonlé Sap, to watch boat races and then a concert.[4] Around four million people had attended the festival.[6]
The incident was the third in as many years at the festival—five rowers on a boat drowned in 2008, and another rower drowned in 2009—though it was by far the worst.[6]

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