Who has been on SNL the longest?

Who has been on SNL the longest?

With 11 seasons under his belt, Kenan Thompson is SNL’s third longest-serving cast member, after Darrell Hammond (14 seasons) and Seth Meyers (13). Since SNL premiered in 1975, 140 Not Ready for Prime Time Players have passed through Studio 8H’s doors.

What was Sony’s first product to the market?

In 1945, after Japan had conceded defeat in World War II, Sony founder Masaru Ibuka invented a product to try and serve the millions of homes who had electricity but lacked the appliances to use it. The result was this electric rice cooker.

Who was the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest?

Junko Tabei may appear slight, almost fragile looking, but the Japanese mountaineer has a steely determination that helped her to become the first woman to reach Everest’s apex. In 1975, Tabei was chosen as one of 15 in the first all-female team to take on the mountain.

How does salt help preserve meat?

Salting, especially of meat, is an ancient preservation technique. The salt draws out moisture and creates an environment inhospitable to bacteria. If salted in cold weather (so that the meat does not spoil while the salt has time to take effect), salted meat can last for years.

What does R&B stand for in music?

Rhythm and blues, often abbreviated as R&B or RnB, is a genre of popular African-American music that originated in the 1940s.

What month does winter begin in the southern hemisphere?

Astronomically, it starts with the winter solstice (around December 21 in the Northern Hemisphere and June 21 in the Southern Hemisphere), and ends with the spring equinox (around March 21 in the Northern Hemisphere and September 21 in the Southern Hemisphere).

When was the first leap year?

The first leap year. The first leap year in the modern sense was 1752, when 11 days were ‘lost’ from the month September with the adoption of the Gregorian calendar by Britain and her colonies.

When was the novel To Kill a Mockingbird Written?

To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel by Harper Lee published in 1960. It was immediately successful, winning the Pulitzer Prize, and has become a classic of modern American literature.