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I heard that Guniness beer is good for you. Is that really true?

Guinness stout is made from water, barley malt, hops, and brewers yeast. A portion of the barley is flaked (i.e. steamed and rolled) and roasted to give Guinness its dark-ruby colour and characteristic taste. It is pasteurised and filtered. Despite its reputation as a "meal in a glass" or "liquid bread", Guinness only contains 198 calories (838 kilojoules) per imperial pint (20oz UK) (1460 kJ/L), less than an equal-sized serving of skimmed milk or orange juice and most other non-light beers.

Guinness's iconic stature can be attributed in part to its advertising. The most notable and recognisable series of adverts was created by Benson's advertising, primarily drawn by the artist John Gilroy, in the 1930s and 40s. Benson's was responsible for creating posters which included such phrases such as "Guinness for Strength", "Lovely Day for a Guinness", "Guinness Makes You Strong," "Drink Guinness for a healthy baby and painless birth", "My Goodness My Guinness," (or, alternatively, "My Goodness, My Christmas, It's Guinness!") and most famously, "Guinness is Good For You". The posters featured Gilroy's distinctive artwork and more often than not featured animals such as a kangaroo, ostrich, seal, lion, and notably a toucan, which has become as much a symbol of Guinness as the harp. (An advertisement from the 1940s ran with the following jingle: Toucans in their tests agree/Guinness is good for you./Try some today and see/What one or toucan do.) Dorothy L. Sayers, then a copywriter at Benson's, also worked on the campaign; a biography of Sayers notes that she created a sketch of the toucan and wrote several of adverts in question.

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who the best Musician in the world?

who the best Musician in the world?

Sir Paul McCartney-

Sir James Paul McCartney, MBE (born 18 June 1942) is an English singer-songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, poet, entrepreneur, painter, record producer, film producer, and animal-rights activist. He gained worldwide fame as one of the founders and members of The Beatles. McCartney and John Lennon formed one of the most influential and successful songwriting partnerships and "wrote some of the most popular music in rock and roll history".[1] After leaving The Beatles, McCartney launched a successful solo career and formed the band Wings with his first wife, Linda Eastman McCartney, and songwriter/singer Denny Laine. He has worked on film scores, classical music, and ambient/electronic music; released a large catalogue of songs as a solo artist; and taken part in projects to help international charities.

McCartney is listed in Guinness World Records as the most successful musician and composer in popular music history, with 60 gold discs and sales of 100 million singles.[2] His song "Yesterday" is listed as the most covered song in history and has been played more than 7,000,000 times on American television and radio.[3] Wings' 1977 single "Mull of Kintyre" became the first single to sell more than two million copies in the UK, and remains the UK's top selling non-charity single.[4] (Three charity singles have since surpassed it in sales; the first to do so—in 1984—was Band Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas?", whose participants included McCartney.)

His company MPL Communications owns the copyrights to more than 3,000 songs[5], including all of the songs written by Buddy Holly, along with the publishing rights to such musicals as Guys and Dolls, A Chorus Line, and Grease.

An iconic figure in contemporary culture, he is regarded internationally as an entertainer and humanitarian. Aside from his musical work, McCartney is an actor, a painter, a poet, and an advocate for animal rights, vegetarianism, and music education; he is active in campaigns against landmines, Seal hunting, and Third World debt.

when did martin luther king day become an official holiday?

when did martin luther king day become an official holiday?

It's complicated - The new King federal holiday would be observed for the first time on January 20, 1986. But a number of states continued to resist the idea. It took another 13 years, until 1999, for all 50 states to adopt it.

It started decades earlier...

In 1970, U.S. Rep. Shirley Chisholm, a Democrat from New York, submitted six million signatures to Congress in support of a hearing to study the holiday issue. Conyers and Chisholm also continued to resubmit the legislation during each congressional session.

Some state lawmakers joined the cause. In 1970, California passed legislation making it a school holiday. And in 1973, Illinois became the first state to pass a statewide King Holiday bill.

As labor unions weakened in the late 1970s, the King center launched an ambitious campaign to generate popular and corporate support for King Day.

Superstar musician Stevie Wonder joined the cause, dedicating the hit song Happy Birthday (1980) to the King Holiday campaign. Major corporations such as Coca-Cola and the Miller Brewing Company also signed up.

But there were still obstacles. The country was in a conservative mood. Voters had elected Republican Ronald Reagan as president and he opposed the bill. And U.S. Senator Jesse Helms, a conservative Republican from North Carolina who was facing a tough re-election bid in 1984, was determined to filibuster. And in doing so, he was all too happy to stir up the unproven charge that King was a Communist.

In the end, a simple compromise helped overcome the final opposition. Lawmakers decided to move the holiday from Jan. 15 (King's actual birthday), which was considered too close to Christmas and New Year's, to the third Monday in January.

The bill passed the U.S. House on Aug. 2, 1983 by a 338-90 vote. The Senate approved it 78-22 on Oct. 19. The margins were veto proof, so Reagan had no choice to sign it into law on on November 3, 1983. Afterwards, Reagan was asked whether he thought there was any merit to Helms' Communist charge against King.

"We'll know in about thirty-five years." Reagan answered, referring to the voluminous FBI surveillance tapes on King that a court had ordered sealed until 2027.

The new King federal holiday would be observed for the first time on January 20, 1986. But a number of states continued to resist the idea. It took another 13 years, until 1999, for all 50 states to adopt it.

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