Cunning

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Random information on the term “Cunning”:

Cunning (カンニング) was a Japanese comedy duo (kombi) from Fukuoka Prefecture. Cunning consisted of the pudgy, short-tempered Takanori Takeyama (竹山隆範), and the rail-thin Tadayuki Nakashima (中島忠幸). Known for his bursts of extreme anger, though said to be much more sedated off-camera, Takeyama is the boke of the unit. The tsukkomi, Nakashima, fell ill with leukemia in 2005 and took indefinite leave from work until his death from pneumonia on December 20, 2006, aged 35.

The name of the duo, cunning, while meaning “sly” or “clever” in English, refers to the act of cheating on a test in Japanese.

The two met as classmates in elementary school, and began attending Yoshimoto’s New Star Creation school together in 1992. They both began performing in Fukuoka under Yoshimoto with Takeyama wearing a red tuxedo and Nakashima wearing a blue one. Success didn’t find them easily at first and they fell heavily into debt; the duo even broke up for a year. After reforming, they starting working under Sun Music Production and after managing to gain a little recognition, their occasional TV appearances elicited a positive response; they were even compared to the famous performer Beat Takeshi and the already popular kombi Tunnels (Owarai). They rode with the owarai boom in 2004 until it was revealed that Nakashima had leukemia the following year.

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Random information on the term “WILY”:

WRHL 1060 AM is a radio station licensed to Rochelle, Illinois. The station airs an oldies format, and is owned by Rochelle Broadcasting Company.

The station began broadcasting on September 16, 1966, running 250 watts during daytime hours only. The station was originally owned by Tilton Publications. In 1970, the station was sold to Rochelle Broadcasting Company for $130,000. In 1994, the station added nighttime operations, running 20 watts. In 1995, the station’s nighttime power was increased to 50 watts.

In 1996, the station switched from simulcasting the adult contemporary programming of WRHL-FM to a talk format. The station was branded “Newstalk 1060 WRHL”. On December 28, 2016, after stunting with Christmas music throughout most of the month as “Santa 1060”, WRHL flipped to oldies as “Good Time Oldies 1060”. The station is retaining its news elements including its full service morning show hosted by Jeff Leon along with Fox Newscasts & Fox News Updates. Kris Wexell is Program Director & Operations Manager. WRHL airs Chicago Bears, Chicago Bulls, and Chicago White Sox Sports. As of 1/5/18 WRHL holds a construction permit for a 250 watt FM translator station, W228DT 93.5 MHz.

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