And this is the Yauch people remember: a man who could say he was sorry and not feel lessened by it; a man living within the principles of Buddhism and committed to broadening awareness of the political situation in Tibet; and a genuinely quiet person who had become more likely to make a joke at his own expense than anyone else’s. Yauch’s is one of the voices that can signify hip-hop within three syllables—rough, low, and strained. He got a lot done with that voice.
. . . so what's your name, yauch? my name is MCA • i've been coming to where i am from the get go • find that i can groove with the beat when i let go • so put your worries on hold • get up and groove with the rhythm in your soul . . . • pass the mic • beastie boys • namaste, MCA
October 30, 1938. Orson Welles and The War of the Worlds, a radio adaptation, was performed by Mercury Theatre on the Air as a Halloween special The live broadcast reportedly frightened many listeners into believing that an actual Martian invasion was in progress. It has been called the "single greatest unintentional hoax of all time", Newspapers reported widespread panic everwhere the broadcast was heard
Orson Welles during his War of the Worlds radio broadcast