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Hundreds of couples wearing sailor hats and nurse's caps gathered at Times Square on Saturday to commemorate the 65th anniversary from the end of World War II. They were re-enacting Alfred Eisenstaedt's photograph of your young sailor passionately kissing nurse Edith Shain in Times Square. A 26-foot-statue entitled 'Unconditional Surrender' which replicated that famous moment was erected to the celebration in Times Square, New York. The term "Hyperrealism" evolved from the word Hyperealisme, that was first utilised by Isy Brachot in 1973 as a French word meaning Photorealism. The word described a totally new and independent art genre and magnificence in the United States and Europe, which emerged at the outset of the modern day. Not all style schools are similar. But with having said that, patterns are generally followed with an element of tradition. Both Karate and Taekwondo focus heavily on training and enforcing technique. These movements are rapid and hard. To perform them you are likely to be activating the explosive fast twitch 2-B fibers. These fibers have a lot of potential for growth if stimulated properly. It was, supposedly, the ideal existence. The nuclear family lived in comfort. The patriarch a good job to provide for his family as well as the loving wife stayed in your own home to raise the children. The children grew up inside a world that's quickly shrinking. Radio and television were becoming permanent fixtures in every home. This technology introduced the Baby Boomers on the music in the 60s. Some in the big names in early 60s music all left one recording studio, the Sun Record Company, based out of Memphis, Tennessee. Artists like Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Roy Orbison all got their start on the Sun Record Company. Many of them followed the strategy designed by Presley. His music would be a mixture of gospel, blues and hillbilly music. B.B. King, who's probably the greatest blues musician of all time, knew of Presley well before he became famous. Presley combined blues, gospel, and hillbilly music to help develop a new form of music ... Rock and Roll.