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Though the band-audience interaction is remarkable, the crowd responds with such unquestioning devotion I get the feeling that if Freddie Mercury told them to shave their heads, they'd do it.
Smoke shrouds the stage at regular intervals; flash pots illuminate the audience at key moments and end the set. Compared to Kiss' fire-breathing antics, Queen's use of special effects is in relative good taste, and after all, a Queen show is supposed to be a spectacle.
For the encore, the band reprises "We Will Rock You," then bounds into "We Are the Champions." Mercury, by this time wearing only a pair of black leather short shorts and a matching leather policeman's hat, struts around the stage like some hybrid of Robert Plant and Peter Allen, climactically kicking over a speaker cabinet and bashing it with his microphone stand. Pretty ridiculous in this day and age, but the kids love it.
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•Kaiser Frederick lll/Birthday•
•Time(18 October 1831)•
~The Year of Three Emperors as it's known consisted of exactly three Kaisers of Germany in one year. One of them was Frederick lll who is rarely spoken of. He has so much importance in history that did not happen. World war one and two could have been prevented with this one man, this one forgotten Kaiser. Frederick's father (Wilhelm l) died in 1888 and Frederick took his spot as Kaiser. Frederick worried many, due to his different ideals and stance for Germany itself. One of those who he worried was Bismarck. Bismarck was chancellor of Germany during Frederick's reign, so both had conflicting thoughts/power. Frederick firmly believed (along side his English wife Victoria Princess Royal) that Germany should move into a more Liberal way. He stood by his claims by stating that the chancellor and monarchs should hold little power and popular opinion of the inhabitants of Germany should be respected not disregarded. He heavily disagreed with war and inhumane violence. This put him in a difficult position considering Bismarck and even Frederick's own father (previous Kaiser) were all for making Germany a super power whether it be through war and violence. Bismarck was determined to not let Germany slip into this new ideal professed by Frederick, thus he spoke out against him and considered Frederick having "foul" hands for Germany. However, Frederick would not get a single goal of his completed to build his future Germany. He was diagnosed three days after his own father's death with Cancer of the Larynx which affected his speech to the point where he wrote everything down to communicate. With only a ninety nine day reign over Germany as Kaiser, Frederick had the shortest reign cut short due to death. In his last diary entry on the 11 June 1888, he stated, "What is happening to me? I must get well again; I have so much to do!" And certainly he did. After his death his son Wilhelm ll took over. Wilhelm is known for leading Germany into WWl. Possibly both WWl and WWll could have been prevented if Frederick reigned longer and led Germany into a Liberal world.(Happy birthday Frederick lll).~