Butler, who speaks Russian, had a close personal relationship with Masha and Dasha over a 15-year period while living in Moscow with her Russian husband and their children. Working as a journalist and translator, Butler first saw the twins on television in 1988 when they made a (successful) plea to be moved to a different institution. The twins agreed to meet with Butler because she was a Westerner, and Butler eventually helped Masha write an autobiography, which was published in Germany, among other places, in 2000.
The group had its origins when sisters June and Bonnie Pointer began performing in clubs in 1969 as \"Pointers, a Pair\". The line-up grew to a trio when sister Anita joined them. Their record deal with Atlantic Records produced several unsuccessful singles. The trio grew to a quartet when sister Ruth joined in December 1972. They then signed with Blue Thumb Records, recorded their debut album, and began seeing more success, winning a Grammy Award in 1975 for Best Country Vocal Performance for \"Fairytale\" (1974). Bonnie left the group in 1978 to commence a solo career with modest success.
As children in West Oakland, the Pointer sisters and brothers were encouraged to listen to and sing gospel music by their parents Reverend Elton Pointer and Sarah Pointer. However, they were told rock and roll and the blues were \"the devil's music\", and it was only when they were away from their watchful parents that they could sing these styles. They regularly sang at a local Church of God in Christ congregation in West Oakland, but as the sisters grew older their love of other styles of music began to grow.
The sisters were first cousins of NBA basketball player and head coach Paul Silas, and sisters of Aaron Pointer. Aaron was one of very few major league baseball players who became less famous than his own sisters. The sisters graduated from Oakland Technical High School: Ruth in 1963, Anita in 1965, and Bonnie in 1968. After leaving school, oldest sister Ruth was already married with two children Faun (born 1965) and Malik (born 1966), Anita, the second-oldest sister, also was married with a child Jada. Bonnie, the third oldest sister, and June, the youngest, sought a show business career and they formed a duo, 'Pointers, a Pair'. Later, Anita quit her job to join the group. They began touring and performing and provided backing vocals for artists such as Grace Slick, Sylvester, Boz Scaggs, Elvin Bishop and Betty Davis.
The two sisters then signed a deal with producer Richard Perry's Planet Records, which was distributed by Elektra Records. After contributing guest vocals on the group's cover of Sly Stone's \"Everybody Is a Star\" June was persuaded to return to the group, making it a trio. With Perry the trio began working on an album of West Coast soft rock, which was released in 1978 with the title Energy. The first single, a cover version of Bruce Springsteen's \"Fire\", climbed to No. 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in early 1979, and a third Allen Toussaint cover, \"Happiness\", also charted.
In 1987, the Pointer Sisters starred in an NBC primetime special titled \"Out All Night\", which opened with footage of them performing \"Jump\" at one of their concerts, and which then followed the trio as they socialized and performed around the L.A. night scene. The special, which featured guest appearances by Bruce Willis, the McGuire Sisters, and Whoopi Goldberg, was also nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award. The sisters also were featured in a lavish Diet Coke commercial, which aired during the program, and which presented them singing a soulful jingle about the soda.
The sisters eventually left RCA Records to record for Motown and then SBK, releasing several group albums and individual solo albums along the way, but these projects did not achieve the level of success of their earlier work.
Ruth became a grandmother as \"Break Out\" reached success; Anita became a grandmother in 1990 when her only child Jada gave birth to Roxie. On September 8, 1990, Ruth married a man named Michael Sayles (born 1957). The sisters entertained US troops in the Persian Gulf in 1991 with Bob Hope. By 1991, June Pointer had ended her thirteen-year marriage to William Oliver Whitmore II. In August 1993 at age 47 Ruth Pointer gave birth to twins Ali and Conor Sayles. 1994 saw the release of the Various Artists album Rhythm, Country and Blues which featured duets of country artists with R&B artists. This album contains a duet with the Pointer Sisters and Clint Black together on the classic song \"Chain of Fools\".
On April 11, 2006, June, who suffered from drug addiction, died of cancer at the age of 52. According to a family statement, she was surrounded by Ruth and Anita as well as brothers Aaron and Fritz. On May 4, 2006, Bonnie appeared on Entertainment Tonight saying the other sisters had not fulfilled June's burial wishes, instead having her cremated because it was cheaper. Bonnie also stated the sisters had not let her ride in the family car at the funeral. Anita and Ruth responded that Bonnie had demanded to rejoin the group and was upset that she had been rejected, and that June had left no instructions for her burial. The sisters seemed estranged from Bonnie until she joined Anita on the Idol Radio Show in 2007.
One day, a man named Saisho Saikou, founded the Saikou Corporation. He had two daughters and one son. The first daughter was Fun Girl, the second daughter, her twin sister, was Ichiko Saikou and the son was Ichirou Saikou. Described by Fun Girl herself, Saisho was a sick and twisted person who would do anything to accomplish his goals. He had something coming, something really bad, which is still unknown. Fun Girl found out about his plans, and she was planning to expose him to the public. Eventually, Saisho learned that Fun Girl knew what he was planning, so he decided to get rid of his own daughter. According to Fun Girl, he created a machine that could dismiss the rules of time and space, and erase anything that steps within it. Saisho had everything planned. He held a show in front of an audience. He told Fun Girl to step in that machine. She didn't know what this machine could do, but she thought she was safe, since there was a crowd watching. However, right after she stepped in, she got erased from existence, along with the machine. No one ever knew what happened, even Saisho himself.
According to Fun Girl, the timeline the game currently takes place in, is very identical to the one she originates from, with one difference. Saisho, her father, was a sick and crazy person, but in this timeline, he's a successful inventor. Now that Fun Girl got erased from existence, she doesn't exist in that timeline either, because the machine that erased her cannot be re-created. Fun Girl tells the player that \"she doesn't know how, but her twin sister, Ichiko, is searching for her\" and that \"it must be because they're twins\". Her sister left her responsibilities as a member of the Saikou Family, so she could travel around the world to find her. As Fun Girl said, she has tried multiple times to stop her, because she's basically searching for a solution that doesn't exist, but she won't listen.
As of April 2nd, 2018 Build, the fun.txt file has been put back into the game files with new dialogue. Setting the values 0-10 as well as 666 will give the player dialogue from Fun Girl. After all the dialogue has been read, the game will crash. Here, along with information from Headmaster Tape #2, Fun Girl is implied to be Ichiko Saikou's twin sister from another timeline. It is unknown if Fun Girl is a canonical character within Yandere Simulator's lore.
We're going to begin with the horror classic that started it all. This movie has the plot twist of the century, the plot twist to end all plot twists. It's one of my K-horror faves and made history by becoming the highest-grossing Korean horror film and the first one to be screened in US theaters. Impressive, right The story is based on a Korean folktale about, well, two sisters.
There are children dealing with a sinister presence, stepsisters fighting to marry a man who may be cannibalistic, and a group of survivors fleeing from a zombie horde. One of them also takes place on a flight, where a flight attendant faces a serial killer alone, which really keeps you on your toes.
The story of a wealthy executive who awakens after a terrible car accident with amnesia. His identity becomes switched with that of his twin brother, and their paths nearly cross on several occasions.
This is the story of Alicia Guardiola, a young woman who was unjustly sentenced to pay for a crime she did not commit. After being released from prison she returns to her hometown to recover the priceless treasure they tore away from her arms: Her beloved twin sons. While she fights to clear her name and reputation and recover what is rightfully hers, Alicia finds love in a young man called Sebastian, but the shadows of her secret past cast dark clouds making this an impossible love affair.
Three brothers: Arturo, Flavio and Samuel Gallardo have lost everything and are now the victims of a horrible crime. In their eagerness to know the truth and serve justice, they will meet the del Junco sisters: Sofia, Irina and Andrea, owners of a land that has been cultivated with passions, secret affairs and betrayals. The destiny of six individuals will be taken over by the uncontrollable strength of their feelings 59ce067264