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  Bill Stevenson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stevenson gained a small amount of infamy when, several years ago, the now-defunct CDNow.com posted an interview wherein former Blink-182/Transplants/current Expensive Taste and (+44) drummer Travis Barker recounts that, when a teenager, he was treated rudely by Stevenson, whom Barker admired.
Bill Stevenson, along with Jason Livermore are the founders of the legendary punk, indie and hardcore recording studio "The Blasting Room" in Fort Collins, CO.
Currently, Bill is involved in Russ Rankin's side project Only Crime with former members of GWAR and Converge.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bill_Stevenson   (1129 words)

  
 cat bill veto
Stevenson, who went on to run for president twice in the 1950s, is still remembered for the dry sense of humor he shows in this veto message when he sent the bill back to the state legislature.
Stevenson states his thesis or makes his claim toward the end, when he says, "In my opinion, the State of Illinois and its local governing bodies already have enough to do without trying to control feline delinquency." He grounds his opinion in fact by stating reasons the bill could not be enforced.
Also consider the owner's dilemma: To escort a cat abroad on a leash is against the nature of the cat, and to permit it to venture forth for exercise unattended into a night of new dangers is against the nature of the owner.
www.sci.edu /classes/ellertsen/catbillveto.html   (804 words)

  
 Bill would let towns be absorbed by county
The upcoming bill is similar to a dissolution bill that Stevenson introduced in 2001.
Last session's bill would have essentially created a pilot program for Allegheny County, letting the county's townships and boroughs, except for Pittsburgh, dissolve and become absorbed by the county.
The bill would have allowed governments to disincorporate either by a referendum vote or through a petition signed by 67 percent or more of a municipality's voters.
www.post-gazette.com /localnews/20030918stevensonlocal5p5.asp   (441 words)

  
 79-Year-Old Tussles With Cell Phone Potty Mouth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bill Stevenson said the fracas began in July when he and another retired 3M engineer, 74-year-old Sten Gerfast, were having coffee at a bagel shop.
Stevenson grabbed the phone from Tabor and the two men engaged in a few seconds of tug-of-war.
Stevenson pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct Tuesday and was given three months of probation.
sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/g/a/2004/12/16/cellfight.DTL   (363 words)

  
 Proposed bill sets out new custody standards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Stevenson, R-Mt. Lebanon, has proposed legislation saying that "joint physical and legal custody" would be the new standard for Pennsylvania judges to use in ruling on custody battles.
Since 1980, Stevenson said, Pennsylvania has said that "the best interest of the child" is the standard for deciding whether a divorced mother or a divorced father got primary custody.
Stevenson said his bill would "level the playing field" in custody disputes, instructing a judge "to order joint legal and physical custody of a child unless [the judge] finds that it's not in the child's best interest."
www.post-gazette.com /pg/04238/367301.stm   (650 words)

  
 Local Racers in Duel Controlled Krusers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Jeremy Stevenson at left with his two kids, Tanner and Jordon, and Troy Spence at right with his daughter, Tawney, and an unidentified trophy girl and flagman pose for a photo with trophies won in two main event classes and a trophy dash at the Mission Valley Speedway in Pablo.
The other "Stevenson" brother team, Ed and Dennis, are further down the list (they've had a few crashes) in tenth place with 183 points, and Shields and Drake have only run their 1981 Malibu in one race this season.
Bill Stevenson invited anyone to stop over and watch the local racers in the season finale Saturday.
www.seeleyswanpathfinder.com /pfnews/2000news/sept00/speedway.html   (635 words)

  
 Hamilton Port Authority: Yacht Brokerage
Bill Stevenson who will be taking Jeff's place will be more than happy to serve you and your boat brokerage needs.
Bill Stevenson is very pleased to be chosen as the broker for the office at Harbour-West for Clift's Marine Sales.
Bill started working for Clift's at the office in Port Credit and is looking forward to being able to cycle to work in the spring from his home in Hamilton.
www.hamiltonport.ca /brokerage/default.aspx   (364 words)

  
 In Music We Trust - INTERVIEW: ALL - Bill Stevenson (Drums)
Bill: We made this cool video for super cheap, which is for "World's On Heroin." It's a cool song that tends to conjure up the visual stuff.
Bill: The best part of the day is playing, and the second best part of the day is hanging out after our set with our crew and the whole band.
Bill: My favorite city is probably, at this point, LA. We just had a really great show there, and it felt like a hometown gig.
www.inmusicwetrust.com /articles/11h01.html   (1986 words)

  
 Local schools oppose tuition bill
Under Senate Bill 783, Stevenson could take the class at a community college and the school district would be required to pay for it.
Proponents of the bill say it is designed to help dropouts and students who are low-income, at-risk or minorities by giving them an option other than high school.
She said the bill could not be written specifically to benefit dropouts or at-risk students because that would be discriminatory.
www.mailtribune.com /archive/2001/may/050801n2.htm   (745 words)

  
 University of Alberta: Alberta Law Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bill Stevenson is a very modest, private man. He has a host of distinctions, among them the amount of time he has dedicated to his profession and his family.
When Bill Stevenson came to article with W.G. Morrow, Q.C., one of Alberta's top barristers, the principal quickly realized that his student had a brilliant future ahead of him.
Morrow ensured that Bill Stevenson be the youngest of the counsel on the last Canadian appeal to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
www.albertalawreview.com /about/stevenson.htm   (619 words)

  
 September/October 2005 Newsletter
Bill Stevenson was recruited as Co-director, then became Director of the BWH Arrhythmia Service and Electrophysiology Lab, and was subsequently appointed Director of the Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Program, committed to developing young clinical investigators.
In 2003, Bill Stevenson was included in the list of Top 30 Teachers for Educational Programs by the American College of Cardiology, and in 2004 he was awarded the Distinguished Faculty Mentor Award at the BWH Department of Medicine’s Education Day Celebration.
In 1998, Lynne Stevenson was recognized for her excellence in teaching in the area of clinical cardiology with the Eugene Braunwald Teaching Award and, in 2004, the National Institutes of Health selected her as an NIH Great Teacher.
www.brighamandwomens.org /dom_newsletter/September_October_05/Stevenson.htm   (1835 words)

  
 A Day In The Life   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bill Stevenson's love affair with hair began when he was trained as a barber in the Army.
Stevenson's staff primps and pampers clients from across the state.
While Orchids is Stevenson's realized dream, he says that owning a salon can be a "headache." He says the business aspect of the job isn't very appealing, but he doesn't have anyone else to run it.
www.injersey.com /day/story/0,2379,567019,00.html   (590 words)

  
 °°° END SOUNDS : News °°°   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bill Stevenson (Black Flag, Descendents, All, Only Crime) and Zach Blair (Hagfish, GWAR, Armstrong, Only Crime) now members of the 100% instrumental band.
Stevenson will play drums and produce the band's upcoming full-length due out in May 2006.
In an indication of total fandom, to this day I have a letter Bill wrote me as a response to a fan letter when I was 12 or 13...I mysteriously neglect to ever tell Bill this.
www.end-records.com /news/printnews.asp?NewsID=9   (341 words)

  
 Calvin College: Calvin News
When he became a professor at Calvin College a decade ago, Bill Stevenson thought he should learn a little more about John Calvin, the man for whom the college is named.
According to Stevenson, there are three views of freedom typical to the modern world.
Stevenson is working on the draft to a sequel to "Sovereign Grace" which will examine the writings of John Locke, Jean-Jacques Roussea, Karl Marx and their intellectual heirs in the light of a Calvinist worldview.
www.calvin.edu /news/releases/unfiled/svenson.htm   (352 words)

  
 Punknews.org | Love Equals Death in the Studio with producer Bill Stevenson
Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore should be responsible for every record that'll ever be made from now on.
Bill Stevenson can make even the worst of the worst sound good, no wonder they got him to do the Love Equals Death record.
I'm really glad Bill Stevenson is lending his undeniable skill to their record, and I will be picking this one up.
www.punknews.org /article.php?sid=14385   (1597 words)

  
 ProSoundWeb | Bill Stevenson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Musician Bill Stevenson has been dealing with live audio for many years, and is a highly experienced studio hand as well.
Nowadays, as the drummer for All, as well as Descendents (same instrumentalists, different lead vocalists), Bill and his partners own the SSL-equipped Blasting Room studios in Ft. Collins, Colorado, and carry house and monitor engineers on the road.
Bill looks like he could be the executioner for the old Tower of London, but he plays with power, speed, finesse, and can stop on a dime.
www.prosoundweb.com /editorial/chriskathman/billstevenson/billarticle.shtml   (952 words)

  
 Stevenson Genealogy Page
Their son Michael Stevenson (1798-1884) and wife Janet Telford/Telfer, came to the U.S. with their family in 1840 and settled in Randolph County, Illinois.
My Stevenson ancestors lived in the area around Paisley and Neilston Parish, in Renfrewshire, Scotland, and were contemporaries of Robert Louis Stevenson's ancestors who attended the same parish.
One of these Stevensons married into another nearby Stevenson family from the same time period, the family of James Stevenson, Burgess of Paisley in 1753.
www.genealogysource.com /stevenson.htm   (1345 words)

  
 Proposed reform for the Division of Children and Families.
Represenataive Brian Stevenson, the bill cosponsor AND family lawyer says the legislation was a group effort.
Among the list of changes to the current system, the bill would require the division to notify parents when their child is placed in foster care.
Representative Bryan Stevenson the Bill's co-sponsor AND a family lawyer says there are serious flaws in the system.
www.mdn.org /2004/STORIES/FOSTER.HTM   (505 words)

  
 delawareonline ¦ The News Journal ¦ The Balloon Ride is Over
The bands, bartenders, bouncers, Bill Stevenson and friends were the reason to be there.
Bill Stevenson saw us, pulled us out of the line and ushered us in through the package store door.
Bill [Stevenson] came in and said, 'Well guys, Springsteen won't be here tonight.
www.delawareonline.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20051216/LIFE/512160362/1005   (2832 words)

  
 Noble & Cooley Drum Company - Artists
As the founder, drummer, and main songwriter of the legendary pop-punk godfathers The Descendents, and drummer of the seminal punk band, Black Flag, Bill Stevenson's songwriting, drumming, and producing career spans twenty-six years.
His drumming style as set forth on the "milo goes to college" album (Descendents) continues to be the blueprint for drummers in the Pop-Punk genre.
Stevenson continues to tour and record with his groups Only Crime, All, and The Descendents.
www.noblecooley.com /artists_bstevenson.html   (133 words)

  
 SUZANNE FIELDS: WM. JEKYLL & BILL HYDE
We saw Stevenson's Bill Clinton at work in the State of the Union address, the munificent Dr. Jekyll charming his impeachment jurors while struggling to keep the monstrous Mr.
But no woman can be blind to Bill Hyde, the misogynist, who sexually exploited an intern half his age, and did something to Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones, something unsavory enough to make them accuse him of sexual misbehavior.
Robert Louis Stevenson was writing about a "double consciousness" a kind of peaceful coexistence between upright man and beast inside, public Calvinist and private hedonist.
ontology.buffalo.edu /smith/clinton/splitpersonality.html   (708 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The shops range in age from a few years to several decades old, but all grapple with the mix of ambivalence and acceptance their trade inspires, as tattoos have graduated from macho badges to everyday accouterments.
Stevenson, 37, has been tattooing for only four years, but he's immersed himself in it during that time.
Dobson laments "trying to get people to understand what a good tattoo is and what a bargain is, and how they are not usually the same thing." Stevenson complains about folks who want their first tattoos to be elaborately visible.
www.citypaper.com /arts/printready.asp?id=5955   (2003 words)

  
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Bill Stevenson -- Sunday, 21 December 2003, at 1:06 p.m.
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Bill -- Wednesday, 18 February 2004, at 10:30 p.m.
www.rxlist.com /rxboard/ritalin.pl?noframes;read=511   (194 words)

  
 Topcatwhimsy's Home Page
I, Bill Stevenson, have been involved with art cars since 1993 when I began to create "Whimsy", which I drove only for events and on nice summer days.
It was created by owner Bill Stevenson and artists Mary Blackfeather and "Inflatelist" George York.
I've come to be known as Guineaherder and sometimes a modification of Bill to Bee-yole in case you see me referred to by those names sometimes.
www.geocities.com /SoHo/Nook/5543   (809 words)

  
 [No title]
We worked mostly with Bill, he was the hands-on guy, Stephen Egerton would come in at night, he was more the knobs guy.
Yeah, it was weird, I'm standing there with a guitar and Bill Stevenson's on drums.
It was fun to do and when we put it together it was a lot more work than I thought, but when it came out, there were a lot of little things I never would have noticed before.
www.lollipop.com /archive_temp.php3?content=issue35/35-2-02.html   (745 words)

  
 MtLeconte.com Home Page Hike Number 811
June 3, 1968 after a hard rain, with Mark and Steve Ross, grandsons, aged six and four, Bob Stevenson, and Dot Nann (who joined us at the Bluff while we were eating lunch.) The Sand Myrtle was in bloom.
June 29, 1974 via Alum Bluff with Bob Stevenson, Fred and Margaret Swann, Frank and Dorothy Nann with lunch at the Pulpit.
With Bill, Jane E., Jeremy, David, Steve and Marta Carl, Jim Susan, Rachel, and Sarah Swain, Charlotte Paxton, Cynthia and Sarah Freeman, Charles Finney, and Ralph Collins.
www.mtleconte.com /msleconte.htm   (13423 words)

  
 The Guthrie/Stevenson Group - Merrill Lynch - Financial Advisor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bill Stevenson-First Vice President, Bill is an 20-year veteran of Merrill Lynch's Private Client Group.
Bill received his Bachelor of Arts in Education from Concordia College in River Forest, Illinois.
Bill and his wife, Vicki, have been married for 22-years and reside in Inverness, Illinois.
askmerrill.ml.com /fa_info/1,,MDAwMjI5NjY5,00.html   (586 words)

  
 Connecticut Homeschool Network Monthly Newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Attorney Deborah Stevenson (H.E.L.D. of CT) responds to points rasied by Attorney THomas Washburn (HSLDA) regarding her analysis of the HONDA Bill.
Attorney Stevenson passed this along to CHN with permission for publication.
First, let me say that the analysis HSLDA is responding to was compiled by Attorney Deborah G. Stevenson, Founder of Connecticut’s C.U.R.E. (Connecticut’s Citizens to Uphold the Right to Educate) and Executive Director of H.E.L.D. of Connecticut, (Home Education Legal Defense of Connecticut).
www.cthomeschoolnetwork.org /HONDA3.htm   (3878 words)

  
 Printable Version - School of Business Gazette, June 2005
Stevenson retired in 1997 after 30 years with the School of Business.
While at Madison, Professor Stevenson served on a substantial number of national, state, and local academic and professional committees, chairing several.
Professor Stevenson earned BS and MBA degrees at The Ohio State University, and a PhD degree at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
www.bus.wisc.edu /gazette/june2005/stevenson.asp   (352 words)

  
 Citizine Interview - Descendents Bill Stevenson (All, Milo)
Bill Stevenson is the legendary drummer of Black Flag, Descendents and All.
And what I mean is that Bill Ward plays little orchestrated phrases which are more, let's say, circular than linear.
And so I basically kinda rolled his chair out of the way and rolled my chair in place of it, and then lo and behold, Bill Stevenson is an engineer!
www.citizinemag.com /music/music-0312_billstevenson.htm   (5230 words)

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