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Misadventures (Such Gold album) Misadventures is the full-length debut album by pop punk/hardcore band Such Gold. The album was released on August 14, 2012 through Razor and Tie Records. The album was praised by critics and fans a like and is a major stepping stone for the upcoming band, and it was a more mature album compared to the band's previous releases; Pedestals, Stand Tall, and the split with Into It Over It. The album was released on 12" records, compact discs, as well as digital download, and the first single "Storyteller" was also released on a 7" inch record, with the B-side being "Locked Out of the Magic Theater." To promote the album the band went on a headlining tour with Mixtapes and Citizen.
The Misadventures of Margaret The Misadventures of Margaret is a 1998 French-British romantic comedy film directed by Brian Skeet and starring Parker Posey, Jeremy Northam and Craig Chester. It was based on the novel "Rameau's Niece" by Cathleen Schine. The film is about the bored wife of a Professor who decides to write an erotic novel.
The Misadventures of Oscar McFoisy Because it was too far to Muskrat Flats neither of the boys attended school, an embarrassment to school officials and the local police department. Whenever the town truant officer visited the McFoisy residence to nab the boys and drag them into custody, Mr. McFoisy and Oscar’s mom would go storming into the next meeting of the school board and let everyone know that Oscar and his brother Charlie were being home schooled and by the time they were grown up they would know as much as he did. Most of the members of the school board knew that neither of the boy’s parents had ever attended school, couldn’t read, couldn’t add or even do up a shopping list. They lived on Bluewater river fish, venison, grouse, their vegetable garden, hogs, a half acre of barley, dandelion root mixed with yeast, wild plants, willow bark medicine and whatever was laying around the shelves of the Muskrat Flats Bakery and convenient store when someone forgot to lock up after work.
The Misadventures of Oscar McFoisy Both Oscar and Charlie grew up to be talented fish skinners, evening net setters, night hunters, stream polluters’ and generally unenvied environmental nuisances and knife sharpeners. Discharge Charlie had two children with Flora, the convenience store girl, who was excommunicated and finally married before she, Charlie and the kids took the Greyhound over to Al’s Discount Fish House near the provincial border. Oscar met Clara at the male and escort side of the Muskrat Flats Hotel Bar and Grill.
The Misadventures of Oscar McFoisy Oscar was a single man, except for a stint at marriage in which he had two identical children with Clara who went back to slinging beer at the Muskrat. She could still spend a few days with the twins whenever she wanted.
The Misadventures of Saint Etienne The soundtrack was recorded during winter 1997 just before the period when the band were starting to promote the "Good Humor" album, Sarah Cracknell said in an interview with "Melody Maker" that "Saturday" was being remixed by Trouser Enthusiasts as a possible single release. The single and remix never appeared, and the film itself was only released in Spanish cinemas.
The Misadventures of Tron Bonne The Misadventures of Tron Bonne, known in Japan as , is an action-adventure game that was developed and published by Capcom for the PlayStation. Released in Japan in 1999 and in North America and Europe in 2000, the game is part of the "Mega Man Legends" ("Rockman DASH") series and the prequel of the first Legends game.
The Misadventures of Tron Bonne Rather than focusing on the heroic protagonists of Mega Man Legends series, the game follows series anti-hero Tron Bonne, sister of the criminal Bonne family of air pirates. The Japanese counterpart included PocketStation support whereas the North American and European version did not. With a limited production run, the game is one of the rarest PlayStation games.
The Misadventures of Tron Bonne At this point, the player takes control of their Favorite Servbot (who has the distinctive "red head parts"), who sets off on a rescue mission. Though the Favorite Servbot succeeds in freeing Teisel, Tron, and Bon Bonne, and then defeating Glyde, Loath is still able to activate his secret weapon: the Colossus. The Bonnes at first try to attack it with the Gesselschaft's weapons, but this has almost no effect, and the Colossus' return fire causes Tron to be very seriously injured and Teisel to get thrown overboard. Thus, the Favorite Servbot and his Servbot crew have to take on the Colossus in the Gustaff. They succeed, finally defeating Loath and Glyde once and for all. And to ensure they never cause trouble again, Tron hands them into the police, saving officer Denise's job in the process (as she gets given the credit for catching them).
The Misadventures of Merlin Jones Midvale College student Merlin Jones (Tommy Kirk), who is always involved with mind experiments, designs a helmet that connects to an electroencephalographic tape that records mental activity. He is brought before Judge Holmsby (Leon Ames) for wearing the helmet while driving and his license is suspended. Merlin returns to the lab and discovers accidentally that his new invention enables him to read minds.