Cause I Serenade My Song: A Collaborative Timeline

And Now We Finish Part 2 of Draft #4 before we Start Draft #5

January 1, 2000: Y2K Financial Disaster; Online financial records and transactions are either wiped out or blocked after computer errors occur across the globe. This event causes most banks and economies to transfer to purely physical currency transactions....

January 8, 2000: In a AFC Wild Card Playoff Game with :16 Left, The Nashville Strummers received a Kickoff as Strummers RB Lorenzo Neal handed the ball to Frank Wycheck, who then lateraled the ball across the width of the field to his teammate, Kevin Dyson, who in turn ran the length of the field down the sideline for the game-winning touchdown (22-16). Controversy surrounded the play, hinging on whether Wycheck's pass to Dyson was an illegal forward pass, though the play was confirmed by instant replay review by referee Phil Luckett.

January 30, 2000: Trailing 23-16 with 6 Seconds Remaining in Super Bowl XXXIV, The Strummers who had no timeouts left and possession of the ball on the Rams' 10-yard line, had one final chance to tie the game. Strummers quarterback Josh Turner passed the ball to Kevin Dyson on a slant, but Rams linebacker Mike Jones came across the field and tackled Dyson perpendicular to the end zone. Dyson stretched out towards the goal line, but was only able to reach the one-yard line before being ruled down, However the Los Angeles Rams won Super Bowl XXXIV by Defeating the Nashville Strummers 23-16.

February 7, 2000: "I Like It" by Sammie made it's Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 countdown debut after #35.

February 13, 2000: S Club 7 hitted #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Charts with the Song "S Club Party" despite the TV Series "S Club 7" is doing well on FOX Family Channel and the California Music Channel in the USA and BBC in the UK (as part of the CBBC on BBC Block).

March 4, 2000: The PlayStation 2 is released in Japan and North America. Several months later it becomes the best-selling game console of all time.

March 18, 2000: 'N Sync hitted #1 with the Song "Bye Bye Bye" that song will stay at #1 on the Vocal Drill Radio Charts for for 5 Weeks before "Say My Name" by Destiny's Child took over on April 22nd.

March 27, 2000: NSync sets a new first-week sales record with 2.4 Million Copies of No Strings Attached sold, smashing the old record of 1.1 Million.

April 3, 2000: Supermarket Sweep returns with new episodes airing on PAX-TV with David Ruprecht returning as host and Johnny Gilbert on Announcer which he will stay until September when Randy West took over as the Show ran until May 23, 2003 when the show returns to ABC.

April 11, 2000: The Los Angeles Dodgers edge the San Francisco Giants, 6–5, in the first game played at Pacific Bell Park in San Francisco. Shortstop Kevin Elster leads the Dodgers attack with three home runs.

April 11, 2000: The Detroit Tigers sink the Seattle Mariners, 5–2, in the first game played at Comerica Park in Detroit

May 4, 2000: After originating in the Philippines, the ILOVEYOU computer virus spreads quickly throughout the world.

May 6, 2000: "Another Dumb Blonde" by Hoku from the 2000 Nickelodeon movie Snow Day hitted the #1 Spot in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 this week, however that song will stay in #1 until the 2nd week of June.

May 12, 2000: Adam Petty was practicing for the Busch 200 NASCAR Nationwide Series (then Busch Grand National Series) race at the New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire. While entering turn three, Petty's throttle stuck wide open, causing the car to hit the outside wall and was injured for a few weeks.

May 14, 2000: All Female High School Show Choirs went 1-2 in the 2000 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships as the Diamond Bar High School Solitaire captured 1st Place with their rendition of Pat Breaker's "Heartbreaker" in the Jazz Division however the El Rancho Song & Dance's Rendition of Mariah Carey's "Butterfly" finished 2nd place while the Alameda Hornettes took third with their rendition of Madonna's "I'll Remember" as for The Beverly Hills High School (insert vocal drill team nickname here) won it's second consecutive Kick Routine title under Co-Lead Vocalists Sarah Koplin and Carolina Gutierrez in which they sang "Where Are You Now" (orig. by Jossette)

June 2, 2000: The Montreal Expos announce they wear Maurice Richard's uniform number 9 on their jerseys for the rest of the season to honor the Montreal Canadiens great who dies last week. It is believed to be the first time a major league team honors an athlete from another sport in this way.

July 8, 2000: 'N Sync hitted #1 with the Song "It's Gonna Be Me" that song will stay for 5 Weeks at #1 on the Vocal Drill Radio Charts until August 12th as "I Think I'm In Love With You" by Jessica Simpson took over as the #1 Song.

July 9, 2000: Kenny Irwin Jr. might make a move following practice of the 300 at New Hampshire International Speedway but Tony Stewart won as the Race was shortened to 273 laps due to rain.

July 28, 2000: National Drill Team Association of America (NDTAA) v. Dale; U.S. Supreme Court rules that Drill Teams on a national level can discriminate against LGBT persons, sparking national attention,...

August 3, 2000: Former NFL player and Representative Jack Kemp (R-NY) is chosen as the presidential candidate at the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania....

August 5, 2000: Kenny Irwin Jr. Captured the Win for the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in which the race e has the record for the fastest Brickyard 400, with only 2 cautions and an average speed of 155.912 mph.

August 14, 2000: Dora the Explorer, one of Nickelodeon's most popular shows, debuts, also happening that day Former NBA Player and Senator Bill Bradley (D-NY) is named the presidential candidate at the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles, California...

August 28, 2000: GLAAD led by James Dale sue the National Drill Team Association of America (NDTAA) over the use of public land in San Diego, California, sparking national attention,...

September 7, 2000: Cry of the Excluded; Riots erupt in Sao Paulo, Brazil as local residents voice their opposition to the proposed Free Trade Asociation of the Americas (FTAA)....

September 10, 2000: After political pressure from the Parents Music Recourse Group (PMRG), Drill Team performance posters are required to contain a "Parental Advisory" label on them, under federal law,...

September 11, 2000: Melbourne Riots; Riots erupt in Melbourne, Australia protesting the actions of the World Trade Organization,....

September 15–October 1, 2000: The 2000 Summer Olympics are held in Sydney, Australia.

September 17, 2000: Press Your Luck hired Todd Newton as the New Host of The Game Show on CBS

September 19, 2000: NASCAR 2001 is Released from EA Sports for the Playstation, The Game will later Release on November 7, 2000 for the Playstation 2, The Game Features 45 of the Top NASCAR Winston Cup Drivers, along with a Soundtrack featuring instrumental songs by Widespread Panic ("Give"), Government Mule ("Hairpin Turn", "Omega Mule"), Karma To Burn ("Twenty Nine" & ("Thirty Two"), Kenny Wayne Shepherd ("Trouble Is") as well as Vocal Songs by Christina Aguilera ("What a Girl Wants" and "Come on Over"), 'N Sync ("Bye Bye Bye" & "It's Gonna Be Me"), Destiny's Child ("Say My Name"), Britney Spears ("Oops... I Did It Again) and Mariah Carey ("Heartbreaker" ft. Jay-Z), El Rancho High Song & Dance ("Butterfly") and more than 50 Other Songs featured in this game.

October 3, 2000: ESPN-TV holds its first presidential debate moderated by Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg, in Bristol Connecticut between Bill Bradley (D-NY) and Jack Kemp (R-NY)....

October 23, 2000: In Week 8 of Monday Night Football between the Toronto Argonauts at New York Jets, in the NFL Premier League down Down 30-7 at the end of the third quarter, the New York Jets pulled together a rapid and improbable comeback with 4 touchdowns and a field goal in the fourth quarter, including a tackle-eligible play to John "Jumbo" Elliott, and won the game in overtime 40-37 which occured in Football Lore as "The Monday Night Miracle".

November 26, 2000: CBS aired a Week Worth of Episodes of The Price is Right with Cornelius Edwards (DJ Corn Dogg) announcing filling in for Rod Roddy.

December 1, 2000: Petty Enterprises got a new Car Make by Dodge and putted Buckshot Jones in the #45 Georgia Pacific Dodge, Kyle Petty still in the #44 Hot Wheels Dodge and 2001 NASCAR Winston Cup Rookie of the Year Contender Adam Petty in the #43 with sponsorship from Vocal Drill Radio & STP.

January 2, 2001: Macedonian Civil War; Civil war erupts in Tearce and Tetovo, fueled by ethnic and sectarian divisions,....

January 17, 2001: Impeachment proceedings against Philippine President Joseph Estrada, accused of playing Jueteng, end preeminently and trigger the second EDSA People Power Revolution or People Power II.

February 6, 2001: The Carlsbad Lancerettes under direction of Carrie Smith and Lead Singers Laura Nares (who sang Michael Jackson's "Rock With You" in a Jazz Routine) and Katie Thompson (who sang "I Fell In Love" with Nares and 2003 Captain Kristin Jones in a High Kick Routine) won the Jazz Competition but failed to make the cut passed the Semi-Finals in the High Kick Competition.

February 18, 2001: Dale Earnhardt won his 2nd Daytona 500 driving the #3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series.

February 19, 2001: Ride Awake Country airs it's first episode on CMT after 6 years of being on TNN.

March 11, 2001: Dale Earnhardt took a chance after strong finishes of 14th at Rockingham and 8th at Las Vegas, He Won the 2001 Cracker Barrel Old Country Store 500 driving the #3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet by getting 6th Win in the Spring Atlanta Race for Richard Childress Racing.

March 18, 2001: Anti-American protests occur in Naples, Italy as the European Union begins campaigning to assert itself,....

May 12, 2001: A.J. Burnett of the Miami Marlins pitches an unlikely no-hitter, overcoming nine bases on balls to lead Miami over the Raleigh Capitols, 3–0, at R.J. Reynolds Stadium. It is the second no-hitter of the season and the 228th overall in the major leagues. Burnett strikes out seven and hits a batter, but his nine walks represents a record in a nine-inning no-hitter game. He is only surpassed by Jim Maloney, who strikes out 11 but gives up 10 walks in a ten-inning no-hitter on August 19, 1965, as the Cincinnati Reds defeat the Chicago Cubs, 1–0, at Wrigley Field.

May 13, 2001: The Beverly Hills High School (insert vocal drill team nickname here) tried to go for a 3-Peat with New Lead Vocalist Shelby Kraushaar in the Kick Routine as they sang CeCe Peniston's Finally but the El Rancho High Song & Dance Drill Team averted Beverly Hills' Chances of getting a 3-Peat as they win with "Holding Out for a Hero (orig. by Bonnie Tyler)

May 18, 2001: Shrek starring Chris Farley, Eddie Murphy, and Cameron Diaz makes its hit debut....

April 11, 2001: Riots erupt during a Miami Marlins versus the Havana Industriales game, 43 people are killed, as fighting erupts between fans from both sides, as they rushed into the press boxes...

April 14, 2001: "All For You" by Janet Jackson captured the #1 Spot in the Vocal Drill Radio Charts for this Week.

June 21, 2001: Days of Thunder III starring Tom Cruise (as Cole Trickle) and John C. Reilly (as Cal Naughton Jr.) was released, as the 2001 Movie had Cal Naughton Jr. joined Daland Racing driving the #47 Old Spice Chevrolet.

June 24, 2001: Monica Castillo took a break from Singing with One Vo1ce to race at Infineon Raceway driving the #01 One Vo1ce Dodge for Chip Ganassi Racing filling in for Jason Leffler in the 2001 Dodge Save Mart 350 and finished 25th, The Race was Won by Tony Stewart in the #20 Home Depot Pontiac, Castillo will later appear in the EA Sports Video Game: NASCAR Thunder 2002 driving the Same Scheme that she raced at Sonoma.

August 25, 2001: A Cessna 402 aircraft carrying 9 people, crashes in the Bahamas, killing 3 on board and surviving 6 including the R&B Singer Aaliyah

September 2, 2001: One Vo1ce hitted #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Charts this week with "Never Leave Your Side" after yanking Janet Jackson's "Someone To Call My Lover" to claim the #2 Spot after being on #1 for 3 Weeks.

September 8, 2001: While Playing Strat-O-Matic Baseball while Watching the 4th Season Premiere of Great Pretenders on FOX Family, Future Ultimate Strat-O-Matic Fanatic Brett Carow has excited that his new Home Player Contest will start soon on the River Falls, WI Edition of Major League Bandstand same goes for Other Versions as many uses Strat-O-Matic Baseball as opposed to APBA Baseball.

September 11, 2001: 2,996 people are killed in the September 11 attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia and in rural Shanksville, Pennsylvania after American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 are hijacked and crash into the World Trade Center's Twin Towers, American Airlines Flight 77 is hijacked and crashes into the Pentagon, and United Airlines Flight 93 is hijacked and crashes into grassland in Shanksville, due to the passengers fighting to regain control of the airplane.

September 12, 2001: Commissioner Bud Selig announces that MLB Games continued to go on after the 9/11 attacks also that date Mouse Davis Football 2002 is Released from EA Sports for the PS2, XBOX among others with a soundtrack including songs by Miss Teen USA Girls including 9.95 (1990 Halftime Production Number), We Are Tomorrow (1990 Opening Number), One Step Ahead (1991 Halftime Production Number) and "Oh What A Night Is (1990 & 1992 First Walk Song) along with "Mathematics" by Mos Def and "Down For The Count" by Talib Kweli as well as the Theme Song to Mouse Davis Football 2002 performed by Jamie Solinger (Miss Teen USA 1992) as (insert team name here) QB Daunte Culpepper is now on the cover.

September 24, 2001: Anaheim Angels rookie Craig Wilson ties the major league record for pinch-hit home runs in a season by hitting his seventh in the Angels' 7–6 win over the Alameda Islanders. Dave Hansen of the Los Angeles Dodgers sets the mark last season.

September 29, 2001: With FOX Family Channel started to do a Karaoke Style Edition of Great Pretenders, Major League Bandstand kicks off a new Home Player Contest in which Home Viewers will win Cash & Fantastic Prizes, The River Falls, WI Edition of Major League Bandstand hosted by Brett Carow as the Milwaukee Brewers take on the St. Louis Cardinals in a Rematch of the 1982 World Series however the Brewers won over St. Louis 7-6 as Jim Gantner had a 2 Run Triple, as for Jay Jianoran doing an Alameda Edition of that show it was a rematch of the 1989 World Series as the Oakland Oaks defeated the San Francisco 3-1 as Rickey Henderson scored 2 Home Runs and Jason Giambi got 2 Doubles for the Oaks in which the first half as Great Pretenders: Karaoke Style focusing on Songs by Britney Spears however the First Car Given Away to the Home Partner in the First Half Hour is a 2001 Mercury Cougar worth $17,175 won by Home Viewer in Nashville, Tennessee as for The Chicago Edition of Major League Bandstand started when 2 People watches Great Pretenders on FOX Family Channel which not only is a Karaoke Style Episode which has All-Britney Spears Songs but also a Rematch of Disco Demolition Night as the Chicago White Sox take on the Detroit Tigers, However the Scorecard has to add Last Names Named after Umpires who Took Part on Disco Demolition Night in addition to the First Names who Competed in this Episode of Great Pretenders: Karaoke Style.

October 15, 2001: After Releasing NASCAR Thunder 2002 for the Playstation on October 2nd, NASCAR Thunder 2002 made it's release for the Playstation 2 featuring a soundtrack consist of Songs by Jessica Simpson ("Irresistible"), 'N Sync ("Pop"), Eden's Crush ("Get Over Yourself"), O-Town ("Liquid Dreams") among the 30 Top Hits will be Feature in the Video Game as well as 30 Vocal Drill Songs including "Rock With U" by the Carlsbad Lancerettes.

October 22, 2001: Following the Final Lap 15-car Big Wreck (which included Bobby Hamilton and 2000 Winston Cup Champion Bobby Labonte) that gave Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win the 2001 EA Sports 500, ESPN2 aired that In-Car Camera featuring Bobby Labonte to the Lancerettes "I Fell In Love" on Ride Awake.

December 22, 2001: Six Umpires Instead of 5 in a Regular Season Major League Bandstand Game, You are Right the Chicago Version turned back the Clock to September 24, 1984 as the Pittsburgh Pirates take on the Chicago Cubs at Three Rivers Stadium, When 2 Guys Turned on the TV to Watch a New Episode of Great Pretenders: Karaoke Style on FOX Family as the 2001 Cubs joined with Players from the 1984 NL East Championship Team take on the 2001 Pirates joined with Players from the 1984 NL East Last Place Team however While Keeping Track of Today's Game one Person writes the Names of Each Contestant as an Umpire (Chris Weyer, Amanda Montague, Jennifer Rennert, Maurice Gregg, Jeff Slickenmeyer, Annellise Maher), The Cubs went on to beat Pittsburgh 4-2 as Bob Dernier (CF) got 3 hits with a double and a Home Run.

January 23, 2002: Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl is kidnapped in Pakistan, accused of being a CIA agent by his captors.

February 1, 2002: Kidnapped Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl is murdered in Karachi, Pakistan.

February 3, 2002: Oakland Raider QB Tom Brady led the Oakland Raiders as he defeated the St. Louis Gunners to win Super Bowl XXXVI by a final score of 20-17 under a game winning field goal by Sebastian Janikowski at the Superdome in New Orleans.

February 17, 2002: Adam Petty captured the 2002 Daytona 500 with a Win Beating Out defending champion Dale Earnhardt in a Last Lap Pass to give their 10th Daytona 500 Victory for Petty Enterprises

March 16, 2002: Anti-American riots erupt in Barcelona, Spain amidst proposed economic austerity measures,....

March 23, 2002: Italian government collapses amidst anti-American riots in Rome, Italy, sparking international attention and concern,...

April 1, 2002: Wild Orchid Member Stacy Ferguson has announced that we can see Many Of The Songs from the Karaoke Style Episodes of Great Pretenders which airs on ABC Family will be in NASCAR Thunder 2003, "However It Is Not an April Fool's Joke, I Have talk to EA Sports About It", Ferguson said.

April 21, 2002: Rafael Furcal hits three triples to tie the modern major league record as the Atlanta Crackers defeat the Miami Marlins 4–2. The last player to accomplish the feat was Lance Johnson of the Columbus Clippers in 1995.

April 25, 2002: Lisa Lopes, American rapper, singer, songwriter, and member of the R&B girl group TLC, better known by her stage name Left Eye, survived in a Car Crash at La Ceiba, Honduras.

April 29, 2002: Former major league outfielder Darryl Strawberry is sentenced to 18 months in prison for violating the terms of his probation six times.

May 4, 2002: Barry Bonds hits his 400th home run as a Seal, leading his team to a 3–0 win over Cincinnati. Bonds is the first player to hit 400 homers for one team and 100 with another.

May 11, 2002: Texas Ranger Rafael Palmeiro records his 500th career home run. David Elder of the visiting Cleveland Indians give up the home run.

May 12, 2002: Stephanie Landwehr teamed up with Destiny's Child to perform a new R&B Dance-Pop song called "My Heart Still Beats", The Music Video which adds a mix of her previous #1 Hit "Let Forever Be" and a Concert Performance of Beyonce's "Run The World" but with More Clones of Stephanie, Beyonce, Michelle and Kelly, However that Song Will Later Hit #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Charts in 2 Months from Now also that day El Rancho High School's Vocal Drill Team (Song & Dance) had a Jazz Routine to "Dancing in the Street" that captured a Victory in the Large Varsity Jazz Category in the 2002 Golden State Drill Team Championships defeating the Carlsbad Lancerettes with Lead Singer Laura Nares (now under her Final Year) in which Laura sang "Tell Me Boy, Tell Me Girl" with Brett Bailey and The Beverly Hills High School (insert vocal drill team nickname here) scored a Big Win in a Kick Routine still with Co-Lead Vocalists Shelby Kraushaar & Roberta Berredo with "Close To You" (orig. by Fun Factory) that song will later make it's way in NASCAR Thunder 2003 from EA Sports.

June 5, 2002: U.S. soul and R&B singer R. Kelly, is charged with 21 counts of having sexual intercourse with a minor after a videotape allegedly showing him engaged in sexual acts with an underage girl is broadcast on the internet.

June 8, 2002: Two Songs from the Beverly Hills High School (insert vocal drill team name here) hitted the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Charts this week under Lead Vocalist Shelby Kraushaar as she sang along side Schuyler Sorosky sang "Only When You Leave" (orig. by Spandau Ballet) in which she sang with her Drill Team in the 2002 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships in the Jazz Category but finished 9th entered the Charts at #33 and "Close To You" with Roberta Berredo in which won the 2002 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships in the Kick Category at #7 but the #1 Song that week was "Foolish" by Ashanti for the 3rd week in a Row.

June 12, 2002: accusations that the NBA Western Conference Finals by the Los Angeles Lakers comes to light, scandalizing the entire NBA...

June 20, 2002: Pop star Britney Spears, at only 20 years of age, is ranked by Forbes as the world's most powerful celebrity.

June 22, 2002: St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Darryl Kile dies suddenly in his hotel room in downtown Chicago. When he didn't arrive at the ballpark, his room was checked. Kile had died in his sleep from 90% blockage of his arteries. He was 33. The game was postponed after the fans waited in the dark for an hour. Chicago Cubs catcher Joe Girardi (who later played for the Cardinals) made the announcement to the crowd that the game was canceled due to a "tragedy in the Cardinal family." The game was rescheduled for August 31 with the Cardinals winning 10–4.

August 12, 2002: Mouse Davis Football 2003 is Released for the Gamecube, PS2, XBOX among others with Marshall Faulk of the Los Angeles Rams who is on the Cover.

August 17, 2002: In a NASCAR Busch Grand National Series Race at Stockton 99 Speedway, Christie Piazza driving the #99 Aaron's Toyota won the NAPA Auto Parts 250 her friend Britney Gale driving the #9 (insert sponsor here) Chevrolet came in 2nd and rounding out an all-West Coast School of the Arts Top 3 is Keiko Trias in the #23 (insert sponsor here) Toyota.

September 2, 2002: Great Pretenders moves from ABC Family to CMC and renamed under the new title "You Can Be a Star" still hosted by Wild Orchid. On the show, teenagers are going to sing for a chance to win a recording session and lunch with a record executive and a lot more on the Saturday Final, as the show is simulcast nationally on Vocal Drill Radio.

September 19, 2002: EA Sports Releases NASCAR Thunder 2003 for the PlayStation, XBOX and Gamecube with the PS2 which will release in Just 10 Days from Now, However the Bad News is Great Pretenders went off the air after 4 Seasons, But The Good News all of Songs from the Karaoke Style Episodes of that show made it's way to NASCAR Thunder 2003 including "Waiting For Tonight" by Porscha Coleman (who would later Play as Erica Willis on the UPN Series "The Parkers"), "My Heart Will Go On" by Anneliese van der Pol (who went on to play as Chelsea Daniels on the Disney Channel Series "That's So Raven") among others including 5 Britney Spears Song Covers on the First Karaoke Style Episode of Great Pretenders ("You Drive Me Crazy", "Baby One More Time", "Lucky", "Oops...I Did it Again" and "Stronger") as well as 4 Songs by Wild Orchid consists of "Talk to Me", "Supernatural", "Be Mine" and "Stuttering (Don't Stay)" plus the soundtrack also features "Circles" by Nonpoint, "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car" by Fenix TX, "Get Away" by (hed)p.e., "Magic Carpet Ride" by Steppenwolf, "Hey Baby" by No Doubt, "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" by Kylie Minogue, "Foolish" by Ashanti, "A Thousand Miles" by Vanessa Carlton and 55 More Songs plus 25 Vocal Drill Songs by the Carlsbad Lancerettes ("Tell Me Boy, Tell Me Girl"), El Rancho Song & Dance ("Dancing In The Street") and others.

October 27, 2002: The 2002 World Series was won by the San Francisco Seals led by Barry Bonds in which he led the Seals to win Game #7 at AT&T Park as Bonds got a 3-run Double to RF from LF Garret Anderson in a 4-1 Victory in Game Number 7 of the World Series

November 11, 2002: "You Can Be a Star" saw the first contestant who Crossovered from the Original Great Pretenders as Alana Stone sang Kylie Minogue's Can't Get Out of My Head but came in 2nd to 13-Year Old Pia Toscano (who would lose on the Saturday Episode and will later compete in the Seventh Season of American Idol in 2011 but finished in 9th place)

December 24, 2002: Scandal erupts after Drill Team Leader Katie Rees of Las Vegas, Nevada is caught in a lesbian affair with one of her teammates, sparking national controversy...

December 28, 2002: Drill Team Leader Tara Conner of New York City, New York ads further scandal to the Drill Team commnity after reports of cocaine abuse, wild nights of partying, and "promiscuity" are leaked to the press...

January 26, 2003: The Carlsbad Lancerettes took Kristen Jones on lead singer replacing Laura Nares to capture both National Drill Team Championships in the Small Varsity Jazz & Hip-Hop Categories, Kristen sang "In a Dream" (orig. by Rockell) in the Small Varsity Jazz and in Hip-Hop she was Joined with Kaitlin Collins and Brett Bailey with No Doubt's "Hey Baby".

March 19, 2003: President Jack Kemp (R-NY) declares war on Iran, warning of "weapons of mass destruction" and supposed links to Al-Qaeda, sparkng international attention,....

May 18, 2003: The Beverly Hills High School (insert vocal drill team nickname here) captured their 4th Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship Title in the Kick Category under Lead Vocalist Gabrielle Vallone with "It Feels So Good" (orig. by Sonique).

May 25, 2003: The 2003 Indianapolis 500 Took Place as Gil de Ferran who drives the #6 for Team Penske won that event

April 6, 2003: Dancer and Former Vocal Drill Team Member Alana Niehoff took a break from Dancing to enter in the 2003 Aaron's 499 at Talladega Superspeedway and Qualified Well driving the #132 B.B. Wolf's Rib Emporium Toyota and was involved in a 27-Car Big Wreck on Lap 5, However the Race Ended as Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the #8 Budweiser Chevrolet won the Race.

May 26, 2003: ABC Brought Supermarket Sweep back on the Air with David Ruprecht hosting and Randy West announcing however ABC Played It Right after a Daytime Version of Wheel of Fortune hosted by (insert host name here) and Vanna White.

June 26, 2003: Golden State Warriors NBA player John Duggan anounces his retirement from the NBA after suffering from sports injuries,...

August 14, 2003: National Drill Team Association of America (NDTAA) dismisses Drill Team Leader Steve Cozza after he states that he will not discriminate against LGBT persions in Sebastopol, California,....

August 19, 2003: Jessica Simpson releases her third studio album In This Skin. The album would later go triple platinum in the U.S. and would produce the hit single "With You".

September 16, 2003: Do You Learned that a Former Great Pretenders Contestant got her game by EA Sports?, You are Right Porscha Coleman who won an Episode of Great Pretenders: Karaoke Style with her Song "Waiting For Tonight" (originally by Jennifer Lopez) is in NASCAR Thunder 2004 along with "Miss Independent" by Kelly Clarkson, "If You're Not The One" by Daniel Bedingfield, "Tear It Up" by Andrew WK, "Girlfriend" by B2K, "Running" by No Doubt among other Contemporary Pop Hits as well as Vocal Drill Songs like "In a Dream" by Carlsbad Lancerettes and "Gotta Get Through This" by Coral Reef Cudettes (In Which They Have 2 Male Members in this Drill Team) along with an Expanded Career Mode, Season Mode, Speed Zone, New Lightning Challenges that happened in the 2002 & 2003 Winston Cup Season hosted by Michael Waltrip, Online Mode, Thunder License and the New Grudges and Alliance Feature as well as 50 Top NASCAR Winston Cup Drivers of 2003 (including Dale Earnhardt, Alan Kulwicki, Tony Stewart, Adam Petty, Jeff Gordon, Jeff Burton, Robby Gordon, Kevin Harvick, Dale Earnhardt Jr. among others) as well as 25 Top Drivers from the NASCAR Busch Grand National Series (including Ron Hornaday, Ashton Lewis, Mike Bliss and Chase Montgomery).

September 28, 2003: Jeremy Bonderman leads the Detroit Tigers against the Minnesota Twins, winning the American League Penant in Detroit, Michigan...

October 7, 2003: Independent candidate/actor Gary Coleman (I-CA) is elected Governor of California, sparking international attention,...

October 25, 2003: Harry Shum, Jr. became the 2nd Person to Crossover from the Original Great Pretenders to appear on "You Can Be a Star" and won a Recording Session on the Saturday Final after winning on his prelim on Wednesday, Shum became the first person to crossover from the Original Great Pretenders to win on that show.

December 21, 2003: With the New Orleans Saints needing a victory to keep their postseason hopes alive, the Rio Grande Valley Bandits held a 20-13 lead with seven seconds left in regulation, and the Saints had possession on their own 25. In a scene evoking memories of The Play, Aaron Brooks passed to Donté Stallworth for 42 yards, who then lateraled to Michael Lewis for 7 yards. Lewis lateraled to Deuce McAllister for 5 yards, and McAllister lateraled to Jerome Pathon for 21 yards and a touchdown. With the score 20-19, an extra point would have capped the miracle play and forced overtime. However, in an unlikely twist, John Carney, who in his career made 98.4% of extra points attempted and had not missed one in a full decade, inexplicably missed the extra point wide right, ending the game, and seemed to cause the Saints to miss the playoffs for yet another season. However, the Saints needed another team to lose that day, which they did not, rendering the missed extra point moot as the Bandits win 20-19.

February 1, 2004: The Carlsbad Lancerettes decided to hire the Lead Vocals of Sydnee Hines with a Jazz Routine to "It's My Life" by Talk Talk (which released 20 years ago and will be later covered by No Doubt a year ago) but fell short to Los Alamitos High School, But won in the Hip-Hop Division with "Too Close" ft. Brett Bailey

February 1, 2004: Super Bowl XXXVIII took place at Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX as Tom Brady Pulled Out an Overtime Win as he defeated the Oklahoma City Drillers 35-29 as Randy Moss became the MVP of the Game in which he scored the Game Winning Touchdown in Overtime.

February 4, 2004: Mark Zuckerberg launches Facebook

February 13, 2004: "England First" rallies led by Mark Cotterill are launched in Lancaster, demanding withdrawal from the European Union (EU), sparking national attention....

March 1, 2004: MLB Commissioner Bud Selig suspends Mark McGwire, Cincinatti Reds, and Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs, after revealing evidence of steroid use...

March 7, 2004: One Vo1ce a filipina girl group from Vallejo, CA hitted #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Charts with the Song "Anyplace, Anytime".

April 1, 2004: Stacy Ferguson was Really Excited to Bring a New Project to have young and aspiring singers to appear in a Future Project for EA Sports to Release a New Video Game to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the NASCAR License with Papyrus.

April 1, 2004: NBA Player Charles Barkley announced plans to run for governor of Alabama under the Republican Party on "compassionate conservatism"....

May 16, 2004: The Beverly Hills High School (insert vocal drill team nickname here) won their 5th Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship Title in the Kick Category with a remake of Artful Dodger's "Movin' Too Fast" being sung by Lead Vocalist Talia Eichenbaum.

May 18, 2004: Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Randy Johnson becomes only the 17th person in major league history to throw a perfect game, throwing 13 strikeouts on his way to a 2-0 defeat of the Atlanta Crackers

May 22, 2004: Members of a Drill Squad from Kyoto, Japan are kidnapped by North Korean agents, and transported to Pyongyang, sparking international attention....

May 26, 2004: The Pittsburgh Pirates' Daryle Ward hits for the cycle in the Pirates' 11-8 victory over the Santa Barbara Rancheros in a Cross-League Game. It is done 23 times in Pittsburgh history and 243 times in the majors since 1882. Ward joins his father, Gary Ward, to become the first father-son combination in major league history to hit for the cycle. The senior Ward accomplishes the feat on September 18, 1980, for the Minnesota Twins.

May 27, 2004: The ASCA Elite Series invaded to Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, NC for the Quaker Steak & Lube 200 as the final lap came down to the wire as the Gliebe Sisters finished 1st and 2nd as Jessalyn won and Karalyn came in 2nd for Gliebe Racing.

June 7, 2004: 5 Years after Kendra's "You Bet Your Life Is Me" Gaining Attention as a Crowd Anthem, Ride Awake did the same with a Speedrush Segment when that song ("You Bet Your Life It's Me") which features Mark Martin (who went on to win the Race) in a Wreck that involves 19 Cars at Dover on Sunday.

June 28, 2004: Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe trains collide in a rural area outside of San Antonio, Texas; 40 cars are derailed, including one chlorine car. Three people die, another 50 people are hospitalized because of exposure to the gas.

July 4, 2004: Groundbreaking for the Freedom Tower begins at Ground Zero in New York City.

July 5, 2004: Éric Gagné's consecutive saves streak ends at 84 in a 6-5 Los Angeles Dodgers victory against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the last team to keep him from converting a save. Gagné does not blow a save chance since David Dellucci hits a tying double on August 26, 2002. These are his only blown saves in 75 attempts at Dodger Stadium. During the streak, Gagné blows the lead in the 2003 All-Star game when he allows a home run to the Texas Rangers' Hank Blalock, but that exhibition game will not be counted in the statistics.

July 10, 2004: Barry Bonds breaks his own record for intentional walks received in a season; amazingly, he breaks the former full-season record of 68, set in 2002, before the All-Star break. After three intentional walks in a 3-1 San Francisco Seals win over the Arizona Diamondbacks, his total stands at 71; he finishes with 120 also that day Ex-S Club star Rachel Stevens sets a world record for completing the fastest promotional circuit in just 24 hours- including a run for the charity Sport Relief. American Idol winner Fantasia becomes the first artist in history to debut at number-one on the Hot 100 with a first record.

August 26, 2004: At Safeco Field, the Seattle Mariners' Ichiro Suzuki belts a leadoff home run in the ninth inning for his 200th hit in 2004, reaching the mark in fewer games than any player since 1930. In that season, Bill Terry of the New York Giants reaches 200 in the Giants' 119th game, while Chuck Klein of the Philadelphia Phillies collects No. 200 in game No. 125. With the hit, which snaps an 0-for-11 slide, Ichiro becomes the first player in major league history to record at least 200 hits in each of his first four seasons. He hits 242 in 2001, 208 in 2002, and 212 in 2003.

August 31, 2004: NASCAR 2005: Chase for the Cup is Released from EA Sports and Papyrus now celebrating it's 10th Anniversary of the NASCAR License with Papyrus, Complete with a New Soundtrack consisting of Songs which were selected as part of a Big Nationwide Search for Young Performers in which they can have their songs by Lisa Tucker (who will later on the 5th Season of American Idol), Stevie Brock ("All For Love"), Lindsay Lohan ("Teenage Drama Queen") which are among the 25 Songs which will be in the Soundtrack In Addition the Game brought back 50 of the Best Songs from the Past NASCAR Video Games including "Waiting For Tonight" by Porscha Coleman, "My Heart Will Go On" by Anneliese van der Pol (after her success playing as Chelsea Daniels on That's So Raven), "Flirtin' With Disaster" by Molly Hatchet, "All Day All Nite" by One Vo1ce, "Try Again" by Aaliyah among others along with 50 New Non-Vocal Drill Songs Songs which includes "Pencil Fight" by Atomship, "Take My Breath Away" by Jessica Simpson, "Drivin' Wheel" by Foghat, "Dip It Low" by Christina Milian, "Toxic" by Britney Spears, "Leave (Get Out)" by JoJo and 25 New Vocal Drill Songs including Carlsbad Lancerettes remake of No Doubt's "It's My Life" with solos by Sydnee Hines and Kierstyn Moore's Rendition of La Bouche's "Be My Lover" along with the Alameda Hornettes in addition the Video Game features the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series (with 55 Real Drivers in that Circuit), NASCAR National Series (with 40 Real Drivers in the Busch Grand National Series including Tim Fedewa, Mike Bliss, Jason Keller and David Stremme), NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (with 30 Real Drivers including Bobby Hamilton, Sr., Brandon Whitt, Rick Crawford and Travis Kvapil) and the Featherlite Modified Series (featuring 20 Real Drivers including Tony Hirschman, John Blewett III, Donny Lia and Jerry Marquis, however NASCAR: Dirt To Daytona didn't have Real Modified Drivers in this game) along with a Big Number of Fantasy Drivers assigned to all 4 Series plus the Game also includes NASCAR's New Chase for the Cup Points System, and Fight to the Top Mode, Where you can Control a Create Driver throughout his Career starting in the Whelen Modified Tour and Work Up The Ladder (Similar to NASCAR: Dirt to Daytona).

September 19, 2004: Hollywood Squares Now Enters it's 19th Season on Syndication with Tom Bergeron back in as Host and Shadoe Stevens made it's return as announcer despite John Moschitta, Jr. has commitments to announce on another game show on PAX called Balderdash as well as dropping Teena Marie's "Square Biz" for the Return of the 1986 Theme by Stormy Sacks.

September 30, 2004: Fighting erupts at Khafus, as tribal rivalries erupt along the Qatar/ Saudi Arabian border,...

October 27, 2004: The Boston Red Sox complete a four-game sweep of the St. Louis Cardinals to win the World Series for the first time since 1918.

December 14, 2004: Alianza Bolivariana para los Pueblos de Nuestra América (ALBA) is formed in Caracas, Venezuela, in direct opposition to the European Union (EU), the North American Union (NAU) and the Asian Pacific Economic Community (APEC), fueling economic tensions around the globe...

December 26, 2004: Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning threw his 49th Touchdown Pass of the Season in a game against the San Diego Chargers breaking Dan Marino's Single Season TD Record.

February 6, 2005: The Raiders defended their Super Bowl Title as Tom Brady got 23 Completions out of 33 Attempts for 236 Passing Yards and 2 Touchdowns as he defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21 as the Raiders win their 6th Super Bowl Title with Deion Branch taking MVP Honors and the winning coach is Vince Evans.

April 15, 2005: Chinese Diaspora leaders led by Wang Jiangsheng begin calling for democratic reforms to occur in China, sparking international attention....

April 25, 2005: Dril Team Leader Carrie Prejean is stripped of her title after nude photographs are leaked on the Internet in Pasadena, California....

May 21, 2005: The All-Girl Group Cabin Crew (Kate Eloise Whitfield, Keeley Malone, Sarah Merry, and Ex-Carlsbad Lancerettes Kaci Yamanaka and Shelby Meddock) got their first Top 40 Hit with "Waiting For a Star To Fall" (orig. by Belinda Carlisle) which hitted at #1 in the US Pop Charts just like what Belinda Carlisle did with her followup from "Heaven is a Place on Earth" back in January of 1988 also happening that date The San Francisco Seals hold a celebration in honor of Hall of Famer Juan Marichal. A 9-foot bronze statue of Marichal is dedicated on the plaza outside of the ballpark, joining similar larger than life-size sculptures of Willie Mays and Willie McCovey. Leonel Fernández, the President of the Dominican Republic, is in attendance. Many of Marichal's former teammates are in attendance, including Mays, McCovey, Felipe Alou, Orlando Cepeda and Gaylord Perry.

May 25, 2005: Carrie Underwood wins the fourth season of American Idol.

June 3, 2005: 20 Years after World Series of Country Music released an Album on NASCAR Drivers singing, San Diego-Based Classified Records created a new album to feature Vocal Drill Members who raced Stock Cars on a New CD titled Vocal Drill Racing Stars which features songs by Stock Car Drivers who performed on the Vocal Drill Teams in the Past including Sarah Koplin (currently driving the #70 Chipotle Mexican Grill Honda in the NASCAR Shasta Grand National Series)

June 25, 2005: Alexie Agdeppa won her 1st NASCAR Shasta Series race driving the #25 Aramark Chevrolet for Agdeppa Motorsports.

July 24, 2005: Juanito "Nitoy" Gaerlan of Suisun County, California retires after winning the Tour de France in Paris, pointing out that he is suffering from several sports injuries,...

August 4, 2005 : It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia (FX-TV) starring Andrew Dice Clay, Haley Joel Osment, Candace Cameron, Xzibit, and UFC fighter Chael Sonnen.

August 30, 2005: NASCAR 06: Total Team Control is Released from EA Sports with a Bigger Cast of Real Drivers from the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series (60 Drivers), NASCAR National Series (45 Drivers from the Busch Series), NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (30), Whelen Modified Tour (15) and added the NASCAR West Series (with 25 Real Drivers including David Gilliand, Burney Lamar, Mike Duncan and Steve Portenga) and the NASCAR Busch North Series (with 25 Real Drivers including Matt Kobyluck, Ryan Moore and Ted Christopher), Along with New Dodge Challenges (formerly Lightning Challenges hosted by Kenny Wallace), However the Soundtrack is also Bigger and features over 120 Non-Vocal Drill Songs including "Go Faster" by Black Crowes, "Waiting for a Star To Fall" by Cabin Crew, "Listen To Your Heart" by DHT, "Hollaback Girl" by Gwen Stefani and "Don't Cha" by Pussycat Dolls ft. Busta Rhymes and 30 Vocal Drill Songs including the Coral Reef Cudettes rendition of Nelly & Kelly Rowland's Dilemma (which features the Vocals by Brandon Bryant who would later Compete on Season 5 of So You Think You Can Dance) among others.

September 15, 2005: San Jose Bolts QB Mark Gottas placed 4 touchdown passes in a 56-7 win over the Sacramento Cougars.

October 26, 2005: The Chicago White Sox won their first World Series after 88 Years as they defeat the Houston Astros 4 games to 0.

November 15, 2005: All-female group Danity Kane is formed on MTV show Making The Band.

January 22, 2006: Taking a Break from singing Porscha Coleman got her 1st NASCAR Nextel Cup Series start for Chip Ganassi Racing at Infineon Raceway finishing 7th.

March 9, 2006: California Supreme Court rules that the City of Berkeley can charge park and marina usage fees, citing its policies against LGBT persons in Berkeley, California....

March 20, 2006: Japan defeats Cuba 10–6 in the championship game of the 2006 World Baseball Classic. After falling behind 6–1 early in the game, Cuba pulls back to within one run entering the ninth inning before Japan closes the door. The championship game of the first international baseball tournament open to players from Major League Baseball features teams that, combined, have only two players on a Major League roster.

April 9, 2006: Cabin Crew Released their 2nd Single by adding a Vocal Version of Indian Summer by The Rippingtons with Main Vocals by Sarah Merry and Kaci Yamanaka.

April 10, 2006: The St. Louis Cardinals play their first official game at the New Busch Stadium, a 6–4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.

April 11, 2006: Japanese outfielder Tomoaki Kanemoto sets a new world record for playing every inning in the most consecutive games, 904, breaking Cal Ripken, Jr.'s mark of 903.

April 29, 2006: Alianza Bolivariana para los Pueblos de Nuestra América (ALBA) announces the creation of a "people's agreement" for a trading bloc that encompasses all of Latin America in Caracas, Venezuela....

May 14, 2006: Alameda Hornette Taryn Aguiar performed in a Duet with Tessa Cruz in a Kick Routine in which the Hornettes won the 2006 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship Title in the Kick Category to the song "You Can Bet Your Life It's Me", However the Hornettes performed a Jazz Routine as Tessa Cruz sang "Forever" by Emotion in Motion" but fell short to the Carlsbad Lancerettes under Captain Juli Yamanaka.

June 16, 2006: Deborah's Stage Door Center Dance Student Adam Rapezzi of Sterling Heights, MI started on the Pole for the Hantz Group 200 at His Home Track in Michigan Speedway, But South Bend Native David Stremme won that race driving the #61 Dodge carrying the Title Sponsor (Hantz Group).

June 25, 2006: Porscha Coleman won her 1st Sprint Cup win at a Road Course at Infineon Raceway beating Jeff Gordon by 1.1 Seconds.

June 28, 2006: Collapse of the Communist government of the People's Republic of China in Beijing, sparkng international concern over the Pacific Rim region...

July 1, 2006: While Taking a Breaking from doing Country Music Parodies, Cletus T. Judd released a New CD focusing on Parodies of Vocal Drill & Other Stuff titled "Stock Car Slamdown (Vol. 1)" which includes parodies of the 2003 Carlsbad Lancerettes Song "In a Dream" called "Not a Race (I Won)", "Waiting for a Car to Crash" (which is a Parody of "Waiting for a Star To Fall" by Belinda Carlisle and later Cabin Crew) and added new lyrics to 2 Classic TPiR Cues by Score Productions from the 1976 Package to this CD and they are "Stock Car Stalker" (The Bean Stalker) and "The Ballad of Carl Edwards" (Starcrossed) however "The Ballad of Carl Edwards" and a much bigger chart peak then 2004's hit "I Love NASCAR" however it hitted #33 in The Pop Charts and is also the Rally Song of the #99 Car of Carl Edwards in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

August 1, 2006: Lee Seung-Yeop became the third player in baseball history to hit 400-career home runs before the age of 30. The others are Sadaharu Oh and Alex Rodriguez.

August 15, 2006: Christina Aguilera releases her third studio album Back to Basics, and debuts No. 1 on the Billboard 200, becoming her second number one album since her debut, selling 346,000 copies in its first week. Back to Basics is the first studio album in four years since Stripped (2002).

September 6, 2006: EA Sports Celebrated It's 10th anniversary of the NASCAR Video Game Franchise by Releasing NASCAR 07 for the Playstation, Playstation 2 and the XBOX in which is also the last NASCAR Edition to be released exclusively on Sixth Generation Consoles and features real drivers from the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series (50), NASCAR National Series (50), NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (40), NASCAR Busch East Series (30), NASCAR Autozone West Series (30) and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour (25) along with a Soundtrack features songs by Breaking Benjamin ("The Diary of Jane"), Future So You Think You Can Dance Contestant Katee Shean ("Listen To Your Heart" with her Vocal Drill Team from Pioneer High School), Beyonce ("Check On It"), Rihanna ("SOS"), Pussycat Dolls ("Buttons") along with 150 Other Songs featured in the Video Game plus 50 Songs were Brought Back from Past NASCAR Video Games in this 200-plus Song Soundtrack.

September 28, 2006: Feminist organizations protest Drill Team music events citing the "Smack That" video by Akon in Saint Louis, Missouri....

September 30, 2006: Cash Explosion airs it's Final Episode it will be replaced with a New Game Show by the Ohio Lottery Called Make Me Famous, Make Me Rich with David McCreary hosting which debuts in Syndication Statewide to Ohio.

October 16, 2006: In a NFL Premier League game known as the Monday Night Meltdown, The Undefeated Chicago Bears staged the "comeback of the year" against the 1-win Firebirds after trailing by 20 points.This game is the first game in which the Bears won after trailing by 20 since 1987 (they defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27-26), and the Firebirds are the first team in NFL history to lose consecutive games in a season after being ahead by over 2 touchdowns at the end of the first quarter in each of their games. Firebirds quarterback Matt Leinart became the 1st quarterback in history to throw at least 2 touchdown passes in each of his 2 starts. The last time a team won after committing 6 turnovers was over 20 years ago. The postgame press conference was notable for Firebirds coach Dennis Green's profanity-laced rant, highlighted by the quote "They are who we thought they were".

November 3, 2006: Baron Davis scored 17 points as the Golden State Warriors defeat the Portland Trail Blazers 102-89 in an NBA Premier League game.

November 7, 2006: In a local election measure, San Francisco, California voters led by City Supervisors Chris Daly and Ross Mirkarimi, block Drill Team programs in local public schools throughout the district, citing a "unhealthy and misogynistic view of women"....

November 17, 2006: Iraq seizes control of the Warba and Bubiyan Islands from Kuwait, sparking a massive armed conflict in the Persian Gulf,....

December 8, 2006: Yahoo posts an online petition to ban Drill Team music nationwide, citing that the music is "degrading to women...."

December 12, 2006: Chinese government officials announce a crackdown on Drill Team performances in China, warning that they must meet with the approval of the Ministry of Culture in Beijing...

December 20, 2006: In According to an Online Poll on Yahoo 71% said that they will NOT going to ban Drill Team Music because we should make it an upgrade to boys and girls while 29% said they will say yes.

January 17, 2007: Protests occur in India and the United Kingdom against the British series of Celebrity Big Brother, after Jade Goody, Danielle Lloyd and Jo O'Meara were allegedly racially abusive towards Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty.

February 4, 2007: Carlsbad Lancerette Juli Yamanaka revived Kendra Blaker's "You Bet Your Life It's Me" in which they Gave the Lancerettes their Small Varsity Jazz Title in the 2007 National Drill Team Championships, However that song is Featured in NASCAR 08 Video Game with the ESPN License as well as Ride Awake and also used when the San Diego Padres (MLB) win their Home Game at Petco Park and the San Francisco 49ers (NFL) win their Home Game at Candlestick Park.

April 3, 2007: Hilary Duff releases her first album in 3 years, Dignity. The album explores electronic and dance, and was praised by critics for its lyrics, musical style, and its time of release. Dignity proved to be a big influence on the subsequent "electronic" music movement.

April 22, 2007: The Carlsbad Lancerettes hitted #1 in The Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Charts in the 1st week with "You Can Bet Your Life It's Me" with Lead Vocalist and Captain Juli Yamanaka.

May 6, 2007: One Vo1ce hitted #1 in the Album Chart in all of North America with this album (insert album title name here) however their song (insert song title name here) also hitted #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Charts

May 13, 2007: The Encinal Jets Flight Crew now under Music Director Jay Jianoran (on his Sophomore Year) and coach Amanda White (of the Music Group The Clarences) captured their first Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship after 16 Years Trying when they the 1991 Golden State Drill Team Championship under Captain Nora Abille as she sang in a High Kick Routine to "Baby I'm a Star" as 16 years from now Aganus sang "Baby I'm a Star" to capture the 2007 Golden State Drill Team Championship, Jade Aganus also sang INOJ's "Love You Down" in a Jazz Routine with Jazz Aguon to Capture the Jazz Competition Title.

June 24, 2007: Porscha Coleman won the 2007 Toyota/Save Mart 350 for Chip Ganassi Racing driving the #41 CurbWest Records Dodge defeating her fellow teammate, CurbWest Records recording star Blake Fullmer coincidentally both Porscha and Blake won on a karaoke edition of Great Pretenders hosted by Wild Orchid in the shows 4th and final season, Kevin Harvick came in 3rd.

June 26, 2007: Egyptian troops enter into the Halayeb Triangle in an effort to claim the region's oil supply from Sudan,....

July 7, 2007: Live Earth Concerts are held throughout 9 major cities around the world.

July 23, 2007: EA Sports Releases NASCAR 08 for the Playstation 2, Playstation 3 and XBOX 360. This is the earliest that EA has released a NASCAR game. It also marks the first time the original Xbox has been excluded from the NASCAR lineup since NASCAR 2001., as for the Games Soundtrack it features 11 Country Music Songs including "Long Haul" by Brooks & Dunn, "Johnny Cash" by Jason Aldean and "Loud" by Big & Rich in addition 180 Non-Country Music Songs are Also In The Game including 40 Vocal Drill Team Songs by Esperanza Vivace ("She Works Hard for the Money" with Lead Vocals by Season 4 So You Think You Can Dance Contestant Kherington Payne who would later become a Dancer) and the Carlsbad Lancerettes ("Bet Your Life It's Me")

August 14, 2007: Atlanta Crackers manager Bobby Cox is ejected by umpire Ted Barrett at the end of the fifth-inning after arguing a called third strike against Chipper Jones at Turner Field. The ejection is Cox' 132nd of his career, breaking a record he had shared with John McGraw.

August 27, 2007: The Washington Redskins lose two Team Captains in a single off-season when Jacob Williams and then his replacement, Mike Mexico are convicted on charges of running an illegal gambling operation. The Redhawks pay through the nose to sign former rookie sensation Clayton Wescott as their new starting quarterback and team captain.

September 3, 2007: Ichiro Suzuki of the Mariners records his 200th hit of the season, a home run off the Yankees' Roger Clemens. It is the seventh consecutive season he has reached this mark, tying him with Wade Boggs for the modern major league record.

September 5, 2007: Barry Bonds hits his 762nd and final career home run, an opposite-field shot off Las Vegas Stars pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez.

September 13, 2007: U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples adopted by the U.N. General Assembly in New York City, New York...

September 25, 2007: Phillies SS Jimmy Rollins joins David Wright as the second member of 2007's 30-30 club when he leads off the bottom of the first inning with his 30th home run of the season off Braves pitcher Chuck James.

October 6, 2007: After Make Me Famous, Make Me Rich got cancelled, Cash Explosion returns with David McCreary hosting with Cherie McClain and Sharon Bicknell which debuts in Syndication Statewide to Ohio.

October 15, 2007: Drew Carey Became the New Host of The Price is Right replacing Bob Barker after 35 Years, Rich Fields is the Announcer on that Show since 2005.

November 1, 2007: "Playing My Love" by Rockell made it's debut in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 at #34.

November 5, 2007: The Writers Guild of America goes on a strike that lasts until February 12, 2008.

December 16, 2007: One Vo1ce's "Thru The Fire" made their Debut at #36 in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Charts from the 2007 album "Lovin' Life"

December 29, 2007: After weeks of political pressure (and, to a lesser extent, acknowledging the limited reach of the NFL Network), the National Football League allows that network's broadcast of the game between the Oakland Raiders and New York Giants to be simulcast nationally on league broadcast partners CBS and NBC. The Raiders would win the game 38-35 to become the first team in NFL history to go undefeated in a 16-game regular season. (The teams would meet again later in Super Bowl XLII, where the Giants won the NFL title and prevented the Pats from going 19–0.)

January 20, 2008: Porscha Coleman almost won the Magic Mountain 300 race at Riverside International Raceway but defending Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson won the Magic Mountain 300 beating Porscha by a close call.

February 3, 2008: With the Raiders Leading 14-10, the Giants got the ball with just over 2 minutes to play. They were able to drive down the field with short plays but time was running down. Early in the drive, cornerback Brian Martinez missed intercepting a pass that would have sealed a Raiders victory. Then, on a third-and-five, quarterback Eli Manning went into the shotgun and was soon surrounded by Raider defenders. A couple of Raiders were able to grab Manning's jersey, but he broke free and scrambled away from the pile, setting his feet and firing the ball downfield to wide receiver David Tyree. Tyree leaped for the ball, tightly covered by Raiders safety Michael Huff, and completed the 32-yard reception by pinning the ball against his helmet, bringing the Giants to the 22 yard line with 58 seconds left. The Giants would soon score a touchdown with 35 seconds left, and held on to win the game. The Giants' win ended the Raiders' single-season record winning streak of 18 games. It would be the last catch Tyree made in his professional football career.

March 8, 2008: Chinese officials ban Drill Team perormance by Mercy High School of San Francisco, California in Shanghai, China, condemning them as "lewd and lacivious"...

March 29, 2008: Celebrating the 50th anniversary of their move to Los Angeles, the Dodgers play an exhibition against the Red Sox at their first Los Angeles home, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, losing 7–4 before an announced crowd of 115,300.

April 8, 2008: Chase Utley of the Philadelphia Phillies ties a major league record by being hit by pitches three times in a 5–2 win over the Brooklyn Cyclones.

April 12, 2008: The home run ball which Barry Bonds hits for his record 762nd home run is auctioned for $376,612 to an anonymous bidder.

April 24, 2008: A David Ortiz Red Sox jersey which is exhumed from the construction site of New Yankee Stadium eleven days earlier after a foiled jinx attempt is auctioned for $175,100, with the proceeds going to a Red Sox-affiliated charity.

April 26, 2008: The Atlanta Falcons recruit Lance Holden a Quarterback from Duarte, California

May 11, 2008: Jay Jianoran took the Flight Crew under Music Director to a Second Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship with Captain Rebecca Sotello in which she sang Toni Basil's "Over My Head" with Lauren Boone in a Jazz Routine, however Amanda White chose that song and said "Wow, I Prefer Toni Basil because this could be a good chance at a Victory for the Flight Crew and hopefully blow up the Carlsbad Lancerettes.", However the Lancerettes finish 3rd in a Jazz Routine with another 1980's hit called "Message In a Bottle" after the team lost 14 Seniors from Last Year.

May 25, 2008: Danica Patrick won the 2008 Indianapolis 500 in which she became the first female driver to win the 500.

May 26, 2008: MLB Player Luis González of the San Francisco Seals is implicated in a drug scandal, forcing his suspension from the game in San Francisco, California.....

June 3, 2008: Amidst conlict between the European Union (EU) and the North American Union (NAU), the NATO alliance formally ceases to exist in Brussels, Belgium,...

June 10, 2008: EA Sports Releases NASCAR 09 for the Playstation 2, Playstation 3 and XBOX 360 featuring a New Soundtrack featuring Tessa Cruz's Rendition of Laura Hunter's "Work Me Down" with her drill team from Alameda High School which are among the 180 Song Soundtrack (which includes 40 Vocal Drill Team Songs in this game), Downloadable Content for Money is added with New Car Paint Schemes from the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series which released on August 8, Also, there are three downloadable paint scheme packs that feature special paint schemes for cars already in the game. For example, there is Kyle Busch's Snickers car and Carl Edwards' Aflac and Claratin car in the first pack. They are just like the other cars in the game with no manufacturers. They cost 200 MS points on Xbox LIVE as of April 1.

June 22, 2008: CurbWest Recording Star who currently attended UCLA by the name of Blake Fullmer won the Toyota/Save Mart 350 driving the #02 CurbWest Records Dodge defeating David Gilliland by 1.716 seconds

July 6, 2008: In the IndyCar side Ryan Hunter-Reay won the Camping World Indy Grand Prix at Watkins Glen International Raceway, Ryan is driving the #17 Vocal Drill Radio Car for Rahal Letterman Racing run by Former IndyCar Legend Bobby Rahal and The host of "The Late Show with David Letterman" on CBS, David Letterman.

July 12, 2008: Ireland's economic success is touted by many economists worldwide as the "Celtic Tiger" in Dublin, Ireland....

August 3, 2008: Kaci Yamanaka decided to Leave the Group Cabin Crew to Concentrate on Cheering for the Carlsbad Lancerettes under her sister Lani Yamanaka.

August 16, 2008: Geo Hubela decided to run his first while reporting In-Car driving the #79 ICONic Toyota in a ASCA series race at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA, Hubela finished 9th, but Kellyn Uhl won driving the #00 Uhl-O Racing Chevrolet

September 9, 2008: The Alameda Hornettes and the Encinal Jets Flight Crew special All-Singing, All-Dancing Halftime Show as the Hornettes sang Jellyhead (orig. by Crush) and Just a Little Bit (orig. by Gina G) and the Flight Crew sang Madonna's Over & Over and Material Girl, However the Football Game Occured as Encinal Jet Dominique Sashington scored 3 Touchdowns as the Jets beat Alameda 38-10 in a High School Football Game at Thompson Field in Alameda, CA

September 19, 2008: WKBW-TV in Buffalo, NY started bring back "Move Closer To Your World" by Mayoham Music only for the 11 O'Clock Newscasts that theme will later be restored on October 27th before that WKBW did use "Right Here, Right Now" by 615 Music from 2003 to 2008.

November 20, 2008: Julianne Hough announces that she would not be returning for the foreseeable future to Dancing with the Stars in order to further her country music career.

December 13, 2008: The North Hollywood High School Royal Regiment finished 2nd in the 2008 LAUSD Band & Vocal Drill Team Championships with Lead Singer and Captain Jo-ie Atchison Dangerfield performing many songs from Chicago ("Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is", "The Inner Struggles of a Man", "Another Rainy Day in New York and "25 or 6 to 4") in which they get a free ticket to the Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships in May.

January 1, 2009: Major League Baseball launches the MLB Network at 6 PM ET. Commissioner Bud Selig greets viewers at the channel's official inception.

January 15, 2009: Angelique Mahan is named head coach for the Sacramento Monarchs in a press conference, highlighting the fact that she is also the first openly LGBT coach in the league,....

February 4, 2009: The list of victims of Bernard Madoff's ponzi scheme is revealed, and includes Sandy Koufax and Sterling Equities Associates, the New York Mets' ownership group.

February 11, 2009: Tensions mount between Israel and Iran, as officials report a possible nuclear test in Shiraz, Iran....

February 11, 2009: FBI agents in Washington D.C., uncover evidendence that organized crime syndicates have stolen photographs of Drill Team members across the United States, Canada, and Latin America, in an effort to extort and steal money from unsuspecting clients....

March 3, 2009: Major League Baseball 2K9 is released by Visual Concepts and 2K Sports for Microsoft Windows, the Xbox 360, Sony's PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2 & PlayStation Portable, and the Nintendo Wii. 2008 Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Seals appears on the cover as well as serving as MLB player consultant for the popular video game.

March 23, 2009: Japan wins the 2009 World Baseball Classic with a 5–3 victory over Korea in ten innings. Ichiro Suzuki hits a two-run single in the top of the tenth inning with two outs for the winning runs. Daisuke Matsuzaka is the tournament's Most Valuable Player for the second time. Dice-K posts a 3–0 record with a 2.45 ERA in the tournament.

April 14, 2009: Beverley Staunton performed "Stuff Like That There" again live in a Macy's Stars of Dance featuring Carmen Electra and choreographed former Pussycat Doll Lindsley Allen on Dancing with The Stars.

April 19, 2009: With the 2009 Miss USA Pageant being televised from Las Vegas on NBC, Carrie Prejean (after stripped of her title as a member of a Vocal Drill Team) finished first runner-up representing California, Miss North Carolina USA Kristen Dalton won the Title but the Opening Number took place 51 Women sang "Hot & Cold" originally by Katy Perry and "That's Not My Name" originally by The Ting Tings with soloists including Alysha Castonguay (who was a New England Patriots Cheerleader representing Rhode Island), Castonguay will later sing in the Swimsuit Competition in which she sang (insert song name here) in a White Bikini while holding Silver Pom-Pons at the end of the swimsuit competition she joins the other 50 Contestants performing in a Kickline just like she did as a New England Patriot Cheerleader.

April 21, 2009: The San Francisco Seals defeated the San Diego Padres 8-3 at AT&T Park in a MLB Premier League Game, Matt Cain takes the win while Jake Peavy takes the loss.

May 1, 2009: MP John Gambke calls upon the British government to leave the European Union, during a rally in Trafalgar Square in London, England...

May 17, 2009: Kristin Shellhammer took over as the New Coach for the Encinal Flight Crew however Captain Jessica Yang performed in a Jazz Routine to Madonna's Over & Over and gave a 3-Peat for Encinal High School under Music Director Jay Jianoran on his final year before heading to an Adult Program at Alameda High School to win the Jazz Division of the Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship knocking out Rosary High School out and Lead Singer Amanda Crandall.

May 19, 2009: FOX Debuted a New TV Show Called Glee starring Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Amber Riley, Mark Salling and Jenna Ushkowitz as Members of New Directions (The Glee Club for William McKinley High School).

May 20, 2009: Applebee's restaurant chain announces that it will not feature Drill Team music at any of its franchise chain nationwide,....

May 24, 2009: Helio Castroneves won the 93rd Indianapolis 500 for Penske Racing driving the #3 Mobil 1/Verizon Wireless car for Penske Racing

June 11, 2009: With the score tied at 3 in the tenth inning at Progressive Field, the Cleveland Indians' Shin-Soo Choo singled sharply up the middle straight toward a flock of seagulls who were lounging in center field. Los Angeles Angels centerfielder Coco Crisp misplays the ball when it deflects off a seagull flying away. On the play, Mark DeRosa scores the winning run for the Indians.

June 12, 2009: Luis Castillo leads the New York Mets to victory against the New York Yankees, sparking national attention in the sports rivalry, 9-8...

June 14, 2009: The 1909 World Series' 100th anniversary was celebrated, when the Tigers and Pirates played each other in Pittsburgh. Both teams wore throwback uniforms similar to those worn in 1909. The stadium's public address and sound systems were also turned off, simulating the game conditions in 1909. The Pirates won the game, 6–3.

June 16, 2009: Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) announce the formation of a economic/political bloc in opposition to the European Union, the North American Union (NAU) and the Asian Pacific Economic Community (APEC) in Yekaterinburg, Russia, fueling tensions across the globe....

June 21, 2009: ARCA Driver Alana Niehoff made the Pole for Sunday's Toyota Save Mart 350 but finished 4th to Kasey Kahne driving the #9 Budweiser Dodge for Richard Petty Motorsports, Tony Stewart and Marcos Ambrose rounded out the Top 3 for this Race.

July 19, 2009: Saudi Arabian clerics condmn American troops for bringing Drill Team performances and music in Riyadh, burning tapes of the music, posters, and other paraphenalia also occuring that day Mat Latos made his debut with the Louisville Redbirds in the Great Lakes League as he allowed 3 hits and 2 runs in a 4-2 victory over the

September 1, 2009: Following an Online Petition, Applebee's decided to No Longer Ban Vocal Drill Team Music at any of it's franchise chain nationwide after petitions we're made by a support group in Houston, Texas.

September 6, 2009: Rick Kurkijan debuted a Texas Version of the California Music Channel called CMC Texas, The Channel is Co-Owned by Kurkijan and Miss Texas USA Executive Producer Al Clark, It's First Program was the 2010 Miss Texas USA Pageant in which is won by Kelsey Moore, However 110 Competitors took part in which they girls sing Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" which is the Opening Number to that Pageant as the Pageant took place in Houston, TX and is simulcasted across the Country on Vocal Drill Radio.

September 14, 2009: The Oakland Raiders kicked off their 2009 Season in the NFL as Tom Brady completed a 4th Quarter TD Pass to Louis Murphy twice in a 27-24 win over the San Diego Chargers.

September 18, 2009: After Guiding Light gets cancelled on CBS after 57 Years on TV, That Show replaced with another 1st run episode of The Price is Right until October 2nd.

October 5, 2009: Let's Make A Deal Revived on CBS with Wayne Brady Hosting.

October 15, 2009: Britney Spears's "3" debuted at number one on Billboard Hot 100. This is her third number one on Billboard Hot 100 and the first non-American Idol related single to debut at number one since Lauryn Hill's "Doo Wop (That Thing)" occupied the penthouse on November 14, 1999.

November 17. 2009: Justin Bieber made his Music Debut by Releasing his first album titled "My World"

November 22, 2009: 132 Girls Competing in the Miss California USA Pageant and performed in a Music Video-Hybrid Opening Number in which they sang Rockwell's "Somebody's Watching Me" complete with the Girls who are Competing shown in the Opening Credits in a pageant hosted by The Insider's Chris Jacobs and is televised on Syndication Statewide however in the Nicole Johnson (representing Sherwood) won the title despite CMC airing live coverage of the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway however Nicole Johnson took her first walk as the New Miss California USA as "Against All Odds" sung by Jade Aganus (UC Santa Cruz) and Brandi Milloy (Tarzana) and with Backup Vocals by the Rest of the Cast., Other Songs performed by the girls are "One Step At a Time" (Paige Jainee - First Commercial Outro), "Summertime Summertime" (Louise Wu, Korrina Rico and Jade Aganus - Swimsuit Competition), "Beautiful Life" (Jessica "J-Rob" Robinson - Swimsuit Competition), "Love You Down" (Jade Aganus w/ Allie Ibarra, Brittany McGowan and Karina Riojas - Swimsuit Competition), "Reminisce" (Brittany McGowan - Commercial Outro #2), "Time (Clock of My Heart)" (Cierra Jackson - Commercial Outro #3), "Romantic" (Nia Sanchez and Nicole Johnson - Commercial Outro #4), "When I Dream About You (Jade Aganus & Alexandra Ibarra - Final Pre-Commercial Music Video), "Shine On" by Cyndi Mizelle (Evening Gown Production), "It's Not Over" (Lisa Chan - Final Commercial Outro), However All Songs from the Pageant would later appear on a Special Episode of The Price is Right saluting Super Bowl XLIV which aired on February 5th (2 Days before Super Bowl XLIV).

January 2, 2010: "TiK ToK" by Ke$ha tops the U.S. Billboard Hot 100

January 5, 2010: Five time Cy Young Award winner Randy Johnson announces his retirement. Johnson is 303–166 over his 22 year career, with a 3.29 earned run average. His 4,875 career strikeouts are second only to Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan.

January 31, 2010: Taylor Swift becomes the youngest country music artist and also youngest person to win the Grammy Award for Album of the Year for her album Fearless. Swift also wins three more awards that night for Best Country Album (Fearless), Best Female Country Vocal Performance ("White Horse"), and Best Country Song ("White Horse").

February 17, 2010: Drill Team leader Jon Langbert of University Park Texas is dismissed after it is revealed that he is homosexual, fueling tensions nationwide,....

February 22, 2010: Amidst pomp and ceremony, Northern Ireland is incorporated into the Irish Republic, with ceremonies in Dublin and Belfast.....

March 16, 2010: Though John Smoltz has yet to officially retire, Turner Sports announces that Smoltz will serve as one of their guest analysts for national broadcasts and will serve the same role for the 45 Atlanta Crackers games that Peachtree Television will broadcast this season. Smoltz also joined the MLB Network's on-air roster the same day.

April 10, 2010: The President of Poland, Lech Kaczyński, is among 96 killed when their airplane crashes in western Russia.

April 18, 2010: Porscha Coleman drove the #9 CurbWest Records car for Curb-Ganassi Racing but finished 2nd to Will Power in the #12 Verizon Wireless car for winning the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.

May 9, 2010: On Mother's Day, with his grandmother in attendance, Dallas Braden of the Alameda Islanders pitches a 4–0 perfect game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Island City Stadium. The perfect game is the second in Islander history. Catfish Hunter had thrown the first, 42 years and one day earlier, on May 8, 1968, also by a 4–0 score at Island City Stadium. It was also the first no-hitter by an Islander pitcher since (Insert Player Here) in 1990, and the first complete game of Braden's career. The Tampa Bay Rays had been the victim of the last perfect game in the Majors, by Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle on July 23, 2009.

May 16, 2010: Jay Jianoran took over his job as the new Music Director for the Alameda Hornettes but with Lead Singer and Captain Debbie Gee and Co-Captain and Alt. Lead Singer Nina Manno both Seniors hitted first place in the Jazz Competition ending the Flight Crew (Encinal High School's Vocal Drill Team under Captain Allie Villa) dominance in the Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship as Debbie Gee sang a Debbie Deb song in a Jazz Routine to "When I Hear Music" while Nina Manno (Daughter of AHS Teacher Tony Manno) sang Cynthia's Change On Me in a Kick Routine.

June 10, 2010: Saudi Arabian officials launch a massive nationwide crackdown on Drill Team music, despite pressure from the U.S. government, sparking condemnation from human rights organizations....

June 24, 2010: Riots in Sompeta, India, after government officials announce the rationing of water nationwide,....

July 7, 2010: Anti-government riots erupt in New Delhi, India. Members of the BRICS Alliance announce emergency shipments of water to the region,...

July 25, 2010: Korean Female Group The Wonder Girls hitted #1 with that Song "2 Different Tears" in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Countdown.

August 6, 2010: Melody Shieh gave her 1st Win In the #10 Dodge for Grease Burger Racing at Grand Detour of Southern Illinois for the Running of the Southern Illinois 150 also that day In Detroit, the Angels' Torii Hunter got ejected for arguing a strikeout. In a fit of rage, he threw a bag of balls on to the field. The next day, he was suspended four games.

September 5, 2010: CMC Texas aired Live Coverage of the Miss Texas USA Pageant from Houston for the 2nd Year hosted by Mandy Jaye Jeffries and Crystle Stewart as 99 Girls Representing of the Texas as Ana Rodriguez representing Central Laredo won the Crown as Executive Producers Al & Gail Clark along with TV Director Nick Maston got another 80's Opening Number Song originally by the Pointer Sisters called "Jump For my Love" and is sung by 100 Girls that consists of all 99 Contestants including Rodriguez, Nicole Golyer and Kathryn Dunn in which she competed in the Miss Texas-America Pageant last year as well as Miss Texas USA 2010 Kelsey Moore.

September 19, 2010: The California Music Channel debuts in Buffalo on WBBZ-TV in which they should also Broadcast Buffalo Bisons Baseball, Buffalo Braves Basketball, Buffalo Bills Football and Buffalo Sabres Hockey as well as Eyewitness News at 10PM produced by sister station WKBW-TV also that date Fighting erupts between Afghanistan and Pakistan, as tribal groups in Kurram, Pakstan and Shalozan Tangi, Afghanistan, clash over water rites....

October 10, 2010: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic made it's TV Debut on The Hub and is developed by Lauren Faust and is produced by Sarah Wall and is a Production of DHX Media, Top Draw Animation and Hasbro Studios

October 31, 2010: Stanley "the Hammer" Burrell announces his bid for mayor at Jack London Square in Oakland, California, sparking national attention...

November 1, 2010: The San Francisco Seals won the 2010 World Series as they defeated the American League Champion Omaha Capitols led by Ryan Howard in Game 5 by a Final Score of 3-1, The Game saw a Rematch of Game 1 Between Former Cy Young Winners Cliff Lee (Omaha) and Tim Lincecum (San Francisco).

November 21, 2010: Alexis Swanstrom did sing realize as One of the Commercial Outros in the 2011 Miss California Teen USA Pageant which aired on the California Music Channel, Swanstrom would later went on to win the Pageant.

November 22, 2010: After Jimmie Johnson winning his 5th Sprint Cup Title, Ex-Carlsbad Lancerette Shelby Meddock celebrated her birthday by writing and performed a song in tribute to the 5-Time Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson the song is titled "The 48 Boy" which is also the official fight song for the #48 Team for Hendrick Motorsports and is played by the team and crew before every race in which she recorded for Curb Records (later Gault-Curb Records).

December 5, 2010: Arizona Firebirds QB Aaron Rodgers got 21 Completions for 30 Attempts for 298 Yards and 3 Touchdowns in a 34-16 win over the San Francisco 49ers in a NFL Premier League Game, Larry Fitzgerald grabbed 6 Receptions for 122 Yards and scored 2 Touchdowns.

December 16, 2010: President announces his support for the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples during a televised address in Washington D.C.,....

January 9, 2011: The Crowning Song for the 2011 Miss California USA Pageant which is originally by Boyz II Men which is "On Bended Knee" sung by the 2011 Miss California USA Girls with solos by Jade Aganus and Kaitlyn Le hitted #1 for the First Time knocking out the theme song to Disney's Shake It Up by Selena Gomez in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Countdown.

January 11, 2011: Trevor Hoffman, the all-time saves leader (601), announces his retirement.

January 16, 2011: Kristin Shellhammer took over as the New Coach for the Alameda Hornettes Vocal Drill Team

January 16, 2011: After Jade Aganus sang one more song in the 2011 Miss California USA Pageant along with Kaitlyn Le with "On Bended Knee" after Alyssa Campanella being crowned as the Miss California USA, Jade Aganus made her first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start at Riverside International Raceway for the Running of the Magic Mountain 500 but Porscha Coleman got her 1st NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Road Course Win in Her Career driving the #42 CurbWest Records Chevrolet.

February 6, 2011: Super Bowl XLV took place at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX as the San Francisco 49ers led by QB Alex Smith defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers led by QB Ben Roethlisberger 31-25.

February 6, 2011: Rosary High School won the 2011 Small Varsity Jazz Competition in the National Drill Team Championships at Walt Disney World as Alexandra Yonkovich sang 2 Songs from the 2010 Movie Burlesque (incl. "Beautiful People"), Brittany Beckham took the Lead Vocals of the Los Alamitos Axcent in which she sang "Move" and One Night Only" from the Broadway Musical Dream Girls came in 2nd, and Lani Yamanaka took the Vocals of One Vo1ce's "All Day All Night" to finish 3rd.

March 18, 2011: It is announced that the Baseball Hall of Fame honors ″Talkin' Baseball″ composer and singer Terry Cashman this summer as part of induction weekend, 30 years after his song that pays homage to Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle and Duke Snider becomes a ballpark favorite. The 69-year-old Cashman performs his ballpark anthem once again during ceremonies on July 23, the day before Roberto Alomar, Bert Blyleven and Pat Gillick are inducted.

March 31, 2011: San Francisco Seals fan Bryan Stow is beaten in the Dodger Stadium parking lot by two men in Los Angeles Dodgers gear after the Dodgers defeat the Seals 2-1 in the season opener. Stow is left with brain damage, prompting an outpouring of support for the victim that includes rewards totaling more than $200,000 for information leading to the suspects' arrests.

March 31, 2011: Bridgit Mendler was signed with Hollywood Records.

April 4, 2011: The Connecticut Huskies defeated the Butler Bulldogs 53-41 to capture the NCAA College Basketball title at Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX as Connecticut Completed a Season-Ending 11 Game Win Streak That Began with the Big East Tournament.

April 8, 2011: MLB Player Manny Ramirez of Havana Industriales is arrested by Cuban police offiicals with 2 kilos of cocaine, and testing positive for several performance enhancing drugs....

April 8, 2011: The University of California announces that its varsity baseball program, eliminated in 2010, is reinstated.

April 14, 2011: In a shocking development, South Africa announces its alliance with the Brazil, Russia, India, and China (BRIC), expanding the group to become BRICS, during a conference in Sanya, China....

April 16, 2011: The Inland Empire 66ers come back from a 16-7 deficit, scoring 17 combined runs, en route to a 24-19 victory over the Bakersfield Blaze. Every player in the 66ers starting lineup has multiple hits, and all ten who bat in the ballgame score at least once. The game takes four-hours and 55-minutes, the longest in Pacific League history.

April 24, 2011: The Southwest League's San Antonio Missions defeat the El Paso Diablos 21-8. It is the third time San Antonio scores at least twenty runs in April (23-10 over the Tulsa Drillers on April 11, and 26-5 over the Oklahoma City 89ers on April 15).

May 1, 2011: Alexandra Yonkovich took her Rosary High School Pom Squad to #1 with that Song called "Do You Miss Me?" as Sung by Yonkovich herself

May 2, 2011: Former Model who won Season 6 of Project Runway, Kalyn Hemphill released her 1st CD titled Kalyn which features a remake of Paul Davis "'65 Love Affair" titled "'86 Love Affair"

May 15, 2011: The 2011 Golden State Drill Team Championships were held as the Jazz Competition held down to the Wire with 2 One Vo1ce Cover Songs finished in a 1-2 Victory as "Always On My Mind" by the Alameda Hornettes won under lead singer Arielle Siem but with "All Day All Night" by the Carlsbad Lancerettes they finished 2nd under Lead Singer Lani Yamanaka and for paying the Penalty they will have the right to use this year's song for Next Year as for Alexandra Yonkovich she hitted her Pom Squad of Rosary High School by winning the 2011 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships (4) in the Pom Category with Alexandra sang "Do You Miss Me?" with that Coincidence "Do You Miss Me?" as sung by Alexandra Yonkovich hitted #1 for the 3rd Week in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Charts.

May 18, 2011: The San Francisco Seals are named the "Professional Sports Team of the Year" by Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal and Sports Business Daily at the 2011 Sports Business Awards Ceremony in New York City. Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins, is named "Sports Facility of the Year".

May 25, 2011: Scotty McCreery wins the tenth-season competition of American Idol, becoming the second country music-focused artist (behind Carrie Underwood) to win. Runner-up Lauren Alaina is also rooted in country music. Days later, both sign lucrative contracts with Mercury Nashville Records.

June 10, 2011: At Miller Park, Tony La Russa of the St. Louis Cardinals manages his 5,000th game, joining Connie Mack (7,755) as the only managers to reach this milestone. The Milwaukee Brewers, however, shut out the Cardinals 8-0.

June 19, 2011: Rosary Pom Squad's Rendition of "Do You Miss Me" fell down to #3 after spending 7 weeks at #1 as "E.T." by Katy Perry took over the #1 Charts This Week in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Countdown.

June 26, 2011: Kurt Busch won the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway driving the #22 Shell/Pennzoil Dodge, Ex-Formula 1 Driver Kimi Raikkonen finished 13th in the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway

June 28, 2011: In a Interleague Baseball Game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, The Los Angeles Angels defeated the Memphis Chicks 11-5 as Erick Aybar got his 5th Home Run of the Season.

July 21, 2011: Space Shuttle Atlantis lands successfully at Kennedy Space Center after completing STS-135, concluding NASA's space shuttle program.

August 30, 2011: Mouse Davis Football 2012 is released from EA Sports with RB Peyton Hillis of the Atlanta Rebels who is in the Cover

September 4, 2011: With 123 Girls singing the Opening Number to the 2012 Miss Texas USA Pageant titled "We Got The Beat" as the Pageant aired here on CMC Texas, Brittany Booker won the Title however in the Opening Number of That Pageant Booker representing Houston is Wearing a Black Long Sleeved Leotard with the Miss Texas USA Logo along with 122 Other Contestants wearing Long Sleeved Colorful Leotards with the Miss Texas USA Logo emblazoned on that Leotard.

September 15, 2011: Pablo Sandoval of the San Francisco Seals hits for the cycle in a game against the Sacramento Rivercats at Raley Field.

September 24, 2011: "I Wanna Go" by Britney Spears became Spears's 21 top-forty single, the third-highest female total since her first week on the chart on November 21, 1998, and only behind Taylor Swift with 27 and Rihanna with 22. It also broke the record for longest distance between the first and last #1 on the Pop Charts.

November 20, 2011: The 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Season closed at Auto Club Speedway as Tony Stewart held off Carl Edwards to win the Los Angeles Times 500 and the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Title.

December 27, 2011: Hostel 3 directed by Eli Roth, popularizes the urban legend/myth that the upper class are using homeless for gambling and sports amusement....

January 9, 2012: It was announced in according to that there will be no Champions Gala for Gymnastics in the 2012 Summer Olympics which will take place in London.

January 10, 2012: After The 2012 Summer Olympics was announced to not have a Gymnastics Exhibition Gala for Champions, A Support Group from Los Angeles, California wanted to run a Champions Gala of their own for Gymnastics.

January 15, 2012: The 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season kicked off at Riverside International Raceway as Clint Bowyer won driving the #15 5-Hour Energy Drink Toyota.

February 5, 2012: The Raiders are desperately trying win their 7th Super Bowl but with head coach Vince Evans as the Manning-Brady Confrontation continues as Eli Manning was the main Manning for the New York Giants. Throwing for 2 scores and running for the winning touchdown in final minute to take MVP honors and his third Super Bowl championship 28-21 over the Oakland Raiders at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN.

February 8, 2012: The Houston Rockets defeated the St. Louis Spirit 103-96 as Chase Budinger scored 22 Points for the Rockets in this NBA Game.

February 11, 2012: Pop icon Whitney Houston is found dead at the age of 48 in her Los Angeles hotel room hours before a pre-Grammy party hosted by Clive Davis. Further investigations reveal cocaine in her system, but the cause of death is ruled as heart disease and drowning. Sales of her albums spike, and "I Will Always Love You" re-enters the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100.

February 21, 2012: Russian officials arrest "Drill Team 7", a group of teenage female social activists in Moscow, after protesting the policies of the Russian government in Red Square...

March 3, 2012: Katy Perry's single "Part of Me" debuts at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming only the 20th song in history to debut atop the chart. It is her seventh consecutive top five single on the chart.

March 24, 2012: "Catch Me Ballin" by DL da Arsun ft. KOB hitted #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 in which the Song is a Ripoff of Pretty Poison's 1987 hit "Catch Me (I'm Falling), that song can also be seen on the California Music Channel on TV.

March 28, 2012: In a High School Baseball Game Richland High School Dixie Belle Captain and Singer Haley Leverett sang Bailando (orig. by Angelina) as the Richland High School Rebels defeated the Keller High School Indians 5-3.

March 29, 2012: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS) launches a conference in New Delhi, India condemning the the rise of "gangster neoliberalism"....

April 1, 2012: It Was Announced that a Support Group from Los Angeles, California that the Champions Gala will take place somewhere else in the United States however the Olympics Champions Gala for Gymnastics previously happened in the United States in 1996 in which the Summer Olympics are Held in Atlanta, GA in which it features the Magnificent Seven (Shannon Miller, Dominique Dawes, Kerri Strug, Dominique Moceanu, Jaycie Phelps, Amy Chow and Amy Borden) performed a routine to the "YMCA" by The Village People, "Macarena" by Los Del Mar and "Proud to be American" by Lee Greenwood.

April 2, 2012: The Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Kansas Jayhawks 67-59 to capture the NCAA College Basketball Title at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA as Doron Lamb scored 22 Points for the Wildcats.

April 4, 2012: Justin Bieber's single, "Boyfriend", has the second-highest first week sales of a new single, debuting at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100, later on surpassed by Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" with 623,000 sales making Bieber the third highest first week sale.

April 17, 2012: Afghan rebels, affiliated with the Taliban, poison the water supply in Kabul, sparkng international outrage,....

April 18, 2012: Bartolo Colón of the Oakland Oaks pitches eight shutout innings in a 6-0 win over the Los Angeles Angels. The game includes a stretch, from the fifth to the eight inning, in which Colon pitches 38 consecutive strikes, the longest such streak since major league baseball began recording the statistic in 1988.

April 20, 2012: United Nations Special Rapporteur James Anaya recommends greater land concessions to Native American groups, during hearings in New York City, New York...

April 24, 2012: Lesbian mother Jennifer Tyrrell is banned from helping at events of the National Drill Team Association of America (NDTAA) in Columbus, Ohio after her sexuality is revealed,...

April 25, 2012: The Miami Marlins became the first team in MLB history to walk four consecutive batters using four consecutive pitchers. Marlin Pitchers Josh Johnson, Jake Westbrook, Jonathan Broxton and Roger Gonzalez have walked Lucas Duda (by Johnson), Chantz Mack (by Westbrook), Alexander Fernandez (by Broxton), Michael Broad (by Gonzalez).

April 27, 2012: Ryan Cook of the Alameda Islanders becomes the 60th pitcher in MLB history to strike out four batters in an inning. (insert player name here), (insert player name here), (insert player name here), and (insert player name here) of the Honolulu Rainbows each strike out swinging in the bottom of the eighth inning, with Jones reaching first base as the result of a third-strike wild pitch.

May 2, 2012: At Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Jered Weaver of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim no-hits the San Diego Gauchos 9–0 in a Cross League Match between an MLB Team vs. Pacific Baseball League. Weaver strikes out nine and allows only two baserunners: Chris Parmelee, who strikes out in the second inning but reaches on a passed ball, and Josh Willingham, who walks in the seventh. The no-hitter is the first against the Gauchos since Yankees P David Wells' perfect game in 1998 at Yankee Stadium in New York.

May 6, 2012: The 2012 Golden State Drill Team Championships took place as the Hornettes-Lancerettes Battle continued this time with Hornettes sticking with what the Lancerettes chose from Last Year (All Day All Night) with new Lead Singer Holly Staten while the Lancerettes went with "Here I Go (Falling In Love Again)" with new Lead Singer Camille Posard however the Hornettes won again but the Hip-Hop Competition took place with the Hornettes going with "Try Again" with Lead Singing by Isabelle Lino while the Lancerettes went with "When U Think About Me" with Posard on Lead Singer, Carlsbad won but the Hornettes came in 3rd forcing Fremont High School's Featherettes from Sunnyvale, CA to Finish 2nd, However the High Kick Competition occured as the Hornettes went with Kai's "Say You'll Stay" with Holly Staten on Vocals but finished 6th to the Homestead Equestriettes from Cupertino, CA with Sarah Healy singing to "If You Buy This Record" originally by The Tamperer, as for the Carlsbad Lancerettes they finished 3rd place with a Duet by Posard and Next Year's Captain Katie Park singing Rockell's "When I'm Gone".

May 6, 2012: The Yamanakas were founded by Kaci Yamanaka with New Group Members consisting of Sisters Lani Yamanaka (former Carlsbad Lancerette), Juli Yamanaka (of ABDC's Kaba Modern) and Brother Bret Yamanaka in which they should work on their First Album.

May 7, 2012: MLB Player Guillermo Mota of the San Francisco Seals is suspended after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs in San Francisco, California......

May 12, 2012: "Part of Me" by Katy Perry captured the #1 Song on the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 falling "When U Think About Me" by Camille Posard (who is the Lead Vocalist and Captain) for the Carlsbad Lancerettes which hitted #1 Last Week to #3 in the Charts.

May 17, 2012: Donna Summer dies of cancer at age 63.

May 18, 2012: At Comerica Park, Justin Verlander has his bid for a third career no-hitter broken up with one out in the ninth inning of the Detroit Tigers' 6-0 cross-league victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates (from the Eastern league). A single by Josh Harrison foils this bid and will be the only hit Verlander allows. Verlander, who had already pitched an cross-league no-hitter against the Stockton Ports in 2007, as well as a no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays in 2011, was bidding to join Larry Corcoran, Cy Young, Bob Feller, Sandy Koufax and Nolan Ryan as pitchers who had thrown three Major League no-hitters. The no-hitter would also have been the first pitched against the Pirates since Bob Gibson no-hit them in 1971.

May 20, 2012: Bee Gees member Robin Gibb dies at the age of 62 after losing his battle with cancer.

May 28, 2012: The Ugly Rumours, led by Tony Blair sparks a small riot due to their political views in London, England....

June 1, 2012: Major League Baseball announced the introduction of a new qualifying round for the 2013 World Baseball Classic which will expand the competitive field from 16 to 28 countries. The new round will feature 16 teams divided into four pools of four teams each. The teams invited to participate will include the four World Baseball Classic teams from 2009 that did not win a game.

June 3, 2012: The 2012 Miss USA Pageant is Televised from the Theater for the Performing arts in Las Vegas, NV on NBC hosted by Andy Cohen (of $ale of the Century on NBC Daytime) with Al Michaels (of NBC's Sunday Night Football) along with Commentary by Jeannie Mai and Kelly Osbourne as Olivia Culpo out of Rhode Island won the Crown, However the Opening Number featured all 51 Girls singing Jessie J's "Laserlight", along with a Swimsuit Routine as all 51 Girls Singing as Backup Vocals with Cobra Starship singing "#1Nite (One Night)" and "You Make Me Feel", The Girls also sang "Call Me Maybe" in a Halftime Production Number with the 51 Miss Teen USA Delegates, "Lights" originally by Ellie Goulding for the Evening Gown song and 2 Songs originally by Madonna first being "Turn Up The Radio" then "Give Me All Your Lovin'" sung by the 51 Girls of Miss USA (including Culpo) and the 51 Girls of Miss Teen USA (including the girl who later win the pageant out of Connecticut, Logan West)

June 10, 2012: Louise Wu's rendition of Corina's "Summertime Summertime" with Korrina Rico and Jade Aganus from the 2010 Miss California USA Pageant became the theme to the NASCAR Summer Series on TNT starting with the Pocono 400 presented by #NASCAR at Pocono Raceway in a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race as the Race is won by Joey Logano in the #20 The Home Depot Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing also that day The ASCA Elite Series invaded to Mosport International Raceway for the Canadian Tire 150 as 5 Canadian Dance Company Students (Lindsay Fuentes, Lauren Galasso, Melissa Bruzese, Adam Turalinski, Lynn Turalinski) made the field for this event but Katee Shean drove the #2 Sarsi Root Beer Car to Victory Lane also that day FBI agents in Washington D.C., uncover evidendence that organized crime syndicates have stolen photographs of Drill Team members across the United States, Canada, and Latin America, in an effort to extort and steal money from unsuspecting clients....

June 12, 2012: Firghting erupts between Saudi Arabia and Yemen, fueling violence throughout the Arabian Peninsula,...

June 13, 2012: At AT&T Park, Matt Cain of the San Francisco Seals pitches the 22nd perfect game in Major League history, and the first in the franchise's history, defeating the Santa Barbara Rancheros 10–0 in a Cross-League game. His 14 strikeouts tie the record for most in a perfect game, set by Sandy Koufax in his perfect game in 1965. Besides this, home plate umpire Ted Barrett becomes the first umpire to call balls and strikes for two perfect games, having also done so for David Cone's perfect game in 1999.

June 14, 2012: Jim Thome of the Philadelphia Phillies became just the fourth player in major league history to hit 100 home runs for three different clubs with his solo shot in a 6–1 victory against the Toronto Blue Jays. He joins Darrell Evans, Reggie Jackson and Alex Rodriguez in that exclusive club. Thome's homer also was his 99th in a Phillies uniform, while his 607 career homers ranks him eighth in the all-time list.

June 24, 2012: Kulwicki Import Bible Racing Driver Jade Aganus won the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway driving the #07 Carver City Steakhouse Ford

June 29, 2012: At Miller Park, Aaron Hill of the Fresno Grizzlies hits for the cycle in a 9-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. Hill, who had hit for the cycle against the Seattle Mariners eleven days earlier, becomes the first player to hit for two cycles in the same season since Babe Herman in 1931.

July 9, 2012: ESPN2 aired another Ride Awake Speedrush set to the Lancerettes When I'm Gone as Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch took part in a 14 Car Wreck in Saturday's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway

July 10, 2012: NCAA Football 13 is released from EA Sports for the Playstation 3 & XBOX 360 with Notre Dame LB Manti Teo on the cover along with former Oklahoma State RB Barry Sanders who won the 1988 Heisman Trophy.

July 11, 2012: ESPN2 had another Ride Awake Speedrush focusing on the Hornettes and this rendition of Kai's "Say You'll Stay" (which is a Kick Routine with Staten on Vocals) with another big one with Roush Fenway Racing's Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth.

July 17, 2012: National Drill Team Association of America (NDTAA) announces that it is maintaining its ban on LGBT members in a press conference in New York City, New York,...

July 25, 2012: Taliban guerillas attempt to shutdown the water supply to Ghor Province, Afghanistan, sparking international attention,....

July 27–August 12, 2012: The 2012 Summer Olympics are held in London, England, United Kingdom.

July 27, 2012: Step Up Revolution starring Ryan Guzman and Former So You Think You Can Dance Contestant Kathryn McCormick was released in Theatres also that day During the Opening Ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympics Jasmine Breinburg sang an Endless Medley of Songs from the 1960's to the Present including songs by The Who (My Generation), David Bowie (Starman), New Order (Blue Monday), Soul II Soul (Back to Life (However Do You Want Me) and so on, that gained National Attention however Breinburg will later sign with Curb Records in One Month from Now.

July 31, 2012: The United States won the Gold in the Women's All-Around Gymnastics Competition by Gabby Douglas, Jordyn Wieber, Aly Raisman, Kyla Ross and McKayla Moroney to be known as the Fierce Five

August 1, 2012: It was Officially Announced that the Champions Gala will only be held in Sacramento, CA on August 26th but it will be only limited to Girls to only compete in the 2012 Summer Olympics competition including the Fierce Five out of the USA (Douglas, Maroney, Raisman, Ross and Wieber), However It Will be Announced in One of the Routines that the Fierce Five will perform a routine to "Bye Bye Bye" by 'NSync with this routine which is inspired by the Music Video of that Song.

August 9, 2012: José Reyes of the Miami Marlins went 0-for-4 against All-Star knuckleballer R. A. Dickey in a 6–1 loss to the New York Mets at Citi Field in a MLB Premier League Game, ending his career-high hitting streak at 26 games. It was the longest run by a reigning batting champion since Joe DiMaggio's record 56-game streak in 1941.

August 28, 2012: Mouse Davis Football 13 is released from EA Sports for the Playstation 3, Playstation Vita, XBOX 360, Nintendo Wii and the Nintendo Wii U with Calvin Johnson of the Detroit Lions is on the cover.

August 30, 2012: Tim Pawlenty (R-MN) and Mitch Daniels (R-IN) are named the GOP presidential and vice-presidential candidates at the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Tampa Bay, Florida....

September 2, 2012: Only 114 Contestants competed for the title of Miss Texas USA 2013, In Which Brittany Booker along with the 114 Girls sing Gina G's "Just A Little Bit" in which is the First 90's Cover Song using as the Opening Number of the Miss Texas USA Pageant since the 2000 Miss Texas USA Pageant as Carissa Blair (Miss Texas USA 1999) along 104 Girls who competed for the Title of Miss Texas USA 2000 sang "Man I Feel Like A Woman" but in the end Ali Nugent took home the Title.

September 9, 2012: The Browns got their First Loss on their Home Opener at Cleveland Browns Stadium thanks to Nashville Strummers QB Josh Turner as he got 317 Pass Yards for 2 Touchdowns in a 17-16 win over the Cleveland Browns and Fresno Raisin Fighters QB Andrew Luck got 23 completions for 45 attempts for 309 yards, 1 touchdown and 3 interceptions in a 41-21 loss to (insert team name here) from the PCFL in a cross-league game.

September 11, 2012: CMC Hockey Night is released from EA Sports for the Playstation 3 and XBOX 360 and features C/RW Claude Giroux of the Philadelphia Flyers on the cover.

September 19, 2012: In Celebration of Vocal Drill Radio's 30th Anniversary all stations aired the Very First Hour of Vocal Drill Radio from 30 years ago September 19, 1982 followed by music from the early years of VDR by Kim Carnes, Marty Balin, Huey Lewis and The News, Sheena Easton, The Pointer Sisters, Cliff Richard, Alabama, Olivia Newton John, Pat Benatar, and others.

September 21, 2012: Intel Corporation announces that it will no longer be making donations to Memphis-based Varsity Spirit in a press conference in San Jose, California,....

September 23, 2012: The Nashville Strummers won an OT Game in Week 3 of the NFL by Defeating the Detroit Lions 44-41 as Singer as Rob Bironas kicked a 26 Yard Field Goal to Claim the Victory for the Strummers.

September 24, 2012: Press Your Luck kicks off it's Shows 30th Season on CBS hosted by Ryan Stiles and announced by George Gray.

September 28, 2012: The Alameda Hornets take on the Encinal Jets in the 58th Island Bowl in which the Hornettes and the Flight Crew as they sing in a Kick Routine under lead vocalists Jayla Velasquez (Flight Crew) and Holly Staten (Hornettes) to Jocelyn Enriquez's Make This Last Forever the Jets went on to defeat the Hornets 22-15.

October 1, 2012: Rebels QB Matthew Stafford grabbed 18 Completions out of 24 Attempts for 275 Pass Yards to score 2 Touchdowns to Dan Coale in a 34-18 win over the Dallas Cowboys.

October 3, 2012: Indian government forces clash over the Cauvery River, India, sparking calls for martial law,....

October 7, 2012: San Francisco 49ers defeated the (Insert Team Name Here) from the Pacific Coast Football League 45-3 in a Cross-League Game at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, CA as the 49ers improved to 4-1.

October 11, 2012: Billboard changes its Hot Country Songs from an airplay-only chart to one that reflects both airplay and music downloads, similarly to the Hot 100. The airplay-only methodology is transferred to a new chart called Country Airplay. As a result of the new methodology, Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" – which had previously peaked at No. 13 – rebounds back up the chart and becomes the first No. 1 single under the new methodology. In the process, the song becomes the first to top both the country and Billboard Hot 100 charts since "Amazed" by Lonestar in March 2000 and – with nine weeks at No. 1 – is the longest running chart-topper on the country chart since "Almost Persuaded" by David Houston in 1966. The song also is the longest-running No. 1 country song ever by a female artist, topping Connie Smith's "Once a Day" (which logged eight weeks at No. 1 in 1964-1965).

October 12, 2012: Roman Catholic Church officials condemn the policies of the BRICS Alliance, citing the water riots and violence across the globe,...

October 15, 2012: When the California Music Channel covered a Monday Night Football Game between the San Diego Chargers and the Alameda Invaders, officials checked the hands of Chargers players, under the suspicion that players were using "Stickum" or a similar banned adhesive on players' towels to gain a competitive edge. Chargers' head coach Norv Turner strenuously denied the accusations. The towels were revealed to have Gorilla Gold Grip Enhancer. The Chargers were fined $20,000 by the UNAPFC for failing to immediately surrender team towels when requested, but were cleared of illegal substance use. Gorilla Gold was subsequently banned from use by the UNAPFC, The Chargers defeat the Invaders 35-24.

October 18, 2012: Oregon Supreme Court orders Memphis-based Varsity Spirit to reveal files regarding sexual molestation and rape from 1985 until 2005, in Portland, Oregon,....

October 24-30, 2012: Hurricane Sandy kills at least 209 people in the Caribbean, Bahamas, United States and Canada. Considerable storm surge damage causes major disruption to the eastern seaboard of the United States.

October 28, 2012: San Francisco Seals Manager Bruce Bochy led the Seals to the 2012 World Series title as they beat the Detroit Tigers 4 games to 0, The Seals are a Great Powerhouse when they won the 2010 World Series.

November 10, 2012: The ASCA Elite Series closed out it's 2012 Season at Rockford Speedway in Rockford, IL for the Rockford 200 as Deja Riley won the race but Katee Shean clinched her 1st ASCA Elite Series title for Sarsi America Racing.

November 11, 2012: At Candlestick Park during a Division 1 Football Game after Alex Smith suffered a concussion in the second quarter, throwing a touchdown with blurred vision before exiting the game. He was replaced by Colin Kaepernick as the San Francisco 49ers as they slam the Arizona Firebirds led by QB Aaron Rodgers 31-24 in overtime, New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees grabbed 3 Touchdowns but Arizona Firebirds QB Aaron Rodgers grabbed 34 Completions for 52 Attempts and 411 Yards for 3 Touchdowns as the Firebirds beat New Orleans 31-27

November 18, 2012: Wichita Warriors DB Aqib Talib got a 59 Yard Interception Touchdown in a 59-24 win over the New York Giants.

November 21, 2012: Brazilian forces launch a crackdown on an insurrection by the Guarani-Kaiowa tribes, over water rationing measures,....

December 1, 2012: It was Announced that Current Formula 1 Driver Daniel Ricciardo will attempt to run a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race beginning with the Magic Mountain 500 at Riverside International Raceway in January.

December 2, 2012: Taliban and Al-Qaeda guerillas clash against government troops over Machalgho Dam, Afghanistan,...

December 8, 2012: Ke$ha Captured #1 on American Top 40 with Ryan Seacrest and on the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 with Katie Balfanz with the Song "Die Young".

December 9, 2012: Before they meet again in Super Bowl XLVII, The San Francisco 49ers defeat the Havana Dolphins 27-13 as Colin Kaepernick led the team with 185 Yards, Joe Flacco got 17 Completions for 33 Attempts for 150 yards.

December 12, 2012: The Wichita Braves changed their name into the Wichita Aeros continuing their time in the Major Leagues.

December 19, 2012: The 2012 Miss Universe Pageant took place at PH Live at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, NV as a Result the United States won their first Miss Universe Title since 1997 as Olivia Culpo won however the Opening Number as 89 Girls sang "Winter Wonderland" in the Swimsuit Competition all girls sang (insert song name) as well as "Deck The Halls" in the Halftime Production Number (before the Evening Gown Competition as Train Performs) however Train sang "Drive By", "Mermaid" and "Shake Up Christmas" in the Evening Gown Competition and "Set It Off" by Tinomatic for the Top 5 Final Look, The Pageant is Hosted by Andy Cohen and Al Michaels with Color Commentary by Jeannie Mai.

December 21, 2012: After Losing in the Season 8 Finale of So You Think You Can Dance to Melanie Moore in 2012, Sasha Mallory decided to work as a Choreographer for a High School Vocal Drill Team.

December 23, 2012: Fresno Raisin Fighters QB Andrew Luck got 407 yards for 4 touchdowns as The Raisin Fighters defeated the Oakland Raiders 45-34.

January 6, 2013: During Pro Football Champions League Play Between the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers, 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick throws 2 touchdowns and the 49er defense intercepts Tony Romo twice in a 31-21 victory over the Dallas Cowboys at Candlestick Park.

January 13, 2013: Former Rosary HS Vocal Drill Team Lead Singer Alexandra Yonkovich took a Break from Performing With Her Vocal Drill Team from the University of Arizona to create her First Solo Album titled A-Yonk with songs including a remake of "Ride Like The Wind" by Christopher Cross.

January 25, 2013: Matt Damon Live! (ABC-TV) hosted by Actor/comedian Matt Damon, music by Sheryl Crow and with Andy Garcia as sidekick, makes its hit television debut....

January 27, 2013: The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series opens the Season at Riverside International Raceway for the Magic Mountain 500 presented by Six Flags as Tony Stewart makes his 1st Road Course win of the Season driving the #14 Old Spice Chevrolet also happened that day Memphis-based Varsity Spirit dismisses a Drill Team from Cloverly, Maryland over its non-discrimination statement, sparking national attention,...

February 3, 2013: The 49ers decided to Play "You Bet Your Life it's Me" by Juli Yamanaka for their 6th Super Bowl Ring but they lost in Super Bowl XLVII to the Havana Dolphins under head coach John Harbaugh 34-31 to be known as the Harbaugh Bowl (despite his Father Jim Coaches the 49ers), QB Joe Flacco was the MVP however the play was interrupted for 34 minutes because of a 22-minute partial power outage at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA.

February 4, 2013: Christian Coalition, the American Center for Law & Justice, and the Family Research Council report that Memphis-based Varsity Spirit should not lift its ban on LGBT members, during a pres conference in Washington D.C.,...

February 10, 2013: The IndyCar Circuit opens the 2013 Season at Phoenix International Raceway as Memo Gidley won in the #10 Target Car for Chip Ganassi Racing

February 17, 2013: The Second Race of the IndyCar Schedule invade to Autodromo Hermano Rodriguez for The Tecate Telmex Gran Premio de Mexico City, The Race is won by Dallas Native Ryan Hunter-Reay racing the #1 Car for Andretti Autosport.

February 18, 2013: For the first time since salary arbitration began in 1974, none of the MLB players who filed wound up arguing their cases. After peaking at 35 hearings in 1986, the number of salary arbitration cases argued has not reached double digits since 2001. The total of cases dropped to a record low of three in 2005, 2009 and 2011, and then there were none at all this year. All 133 players who filed last month settled, gaining an average increase of 119 per cent, according to a study by The Associated Press.

February 24, 2013: Round 3 of the IndyCar Series heads to the Streets of Surfers Paradise in Australia when Kyle Marcelli driving the #60 for Team Menard won that event in Australia also Jimmie Johnson won the 2013 Daytona 500 driving the #48 Lowe's Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports.

February 27, 2013: Drill Team Leader Melissa King is dismissed after an Internet video of her creates scandal in Wilimington, Delaware....

March 2, 2013: The program "The Country Top 30 with Bobby Bones," hosted by Austin, Texas, radio personality Bobby Estell (aka Bobby Bones), debuts in syndication.

March 5, 2013: Major League Baseball intends to expand the use of instant replay for the 2014 season and will be studying over the course of this year which calls to review and how to do it. League officials plan to visit Miami during the World Baseball Classic and various spring training sites to examine camera angles and other factors that will help them develop a plan.

March 10, 2013: A Facebook Group has made a Petition to Bring Cash Explosion by Converting It from Statewide Syndication from Ohio to National Syndication has been supported quietly which gained national attention in order to Support the move to National Syndication.

March 19, 2013: At AT&T Park, the Dominican Republic blanked Puerto Rico, 3–0, to complete the most dominant championship run in the brief history of the World Baseball Classic. The Dominican team, managed by Tony Peña, capped a 8–0 unbeaten run to become the first undefeated champion team in the tournament. New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Canó earned MVP honors, after batting an average of .469 (15-for-32) with two home runs and six RBIs, while Tampa Bay Rays closer Fernando Rodney finished for his seventh save to extend his own Classic record. The losing team would congratulate the winner on the field, a sportsmanlike and uncommon gesture in MLB playoff games.

March 24, 2013: The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series took place here at Auto Club Speedway for the Auto Club 400 as 16 Drivers made special schemes to honor the Sound of California but in the end Kyle Busch driving the #18 Toyota saluting Vanessa Marie Rangel and Her Cosmetics Company (Vanessa Marie Cosmetics) won the Auto Club 400, That Gave Busch his 25th Career Win in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series beating Dale Earnhardt Jr. driving the #3 Chevrolet saluting Louise Wu (who sang the theme music to NASCAR on TNT's Summer Series called "Summertime Summertime" (orig. by Corina) which also one of the Songs in the Swimsuit Competition in the 2010 Miss California USA Pageant since 2012) came in 2nd and Joey Logano finished 3rd driving the #22 Ford carrying Sponsorship from AAA Southern California.

March 25, 2013: CurbWest Records completes the work on the Vocal Drill Team-Style Project by creating a supergroup led by Pinoy-American Recording Stars One Vo1ce and will feature more than 500 Vocal Dance & Drill Team Members (mostly from High Schools), This Could be the First All-Star Recording for CurbWest Records.

March 26, 2013: With the Wichita Warriors of the NFL Premier League renewed a 3 Year Deal on DB Aqib Talib they signed a 2 Year Contract with Ed Reed from the Havana Dolphins to join the Secondary of the Squad, also Seneca Wallace was signed by Iowa Barnstormers after playing with the Kansas City Chiefs from Last Season.

March 31, 2013: At Minute Maid Park the Houston Astros made their return to Major League Baseball after a (insert number here) years of being in the Southwest League as they started with a bang as they defeat the Dallas Rangers 8-2. This is the 4000th Victory for the Astros the first six years they were known as the Colt 45's.

March 31, 2013: California Music Channel adjusted the Schedule so Mia Amor takes the 6 AM-Noon Spot, Leslie Stovall from 10PM-2AM on the Weekdays and Lori Rosales in the Weekends Spot so everyone made the changes so their TV Affiliates Can Air with the New Lineup beginning on Tuesday April 2nd.

April 1, 2013: Football Fans in Havana were shocked as this Super Bowl MVP is now a Los Angeles Ram as Starting QB Joe Flacco who led the Dolphins from winning Super Bowl XLVII signed a $44 Million Contract with the Rams., Gloria Estefan who owns the Dolphins said "The Good News is not an April Fools Joke but our offers were more than fair."

April 2, 2013: In defeating the Houston Astros 7-0 at Minute Maid Park, Yu Darvish of the Dallas Rangers has a perfect game broken up with two out in the ninth, a (insert player name here) ground ball going through Darvish's legs for a single. Darvish, who is pulled after the base hit, records 14 strikeouts, which would have tied him with Sandy Koufax and Matt Cain for most strikeouts by a perfect game pitcher. The Rangers' last no-hitter had also been a perfect game, by Kenny Rogers in 1994. The Astros, victims of Matt Cain's perfect game in 2012, avoid joining the Tampa Bay Rays in 2009 and 2010 as the only teams to have perfect games thrown against them in consecutive seasons.

April 4, 2013: Pizza Hut has announced to Offer Free Pizza to Wichita State Students if the Shockers win the 2013 NCAA College Basketball Title.

April 5, 2013: Marni Nishimoto (captain and Lead Vocalist) for the Homestead Equestriettes had announced that "We Made the Top 40 in the Vocal Drill Radio Countdown this week which will air tomorrow thanks to this song by Buffy called "2 Find U" in which her Homestead Equestriettes will perform in a Kick Routine in the 2013 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Champions on May 12th also happening that day The San Francisco Seals kicked off their World Series Championship defense by defeating the St. Louis Cardinals 1-0 at AT&T Park.

April 6, 2013: Memphis Chicks P Adam Wainwright got his 1st Complete Game shutout of 2013 in a 2-0 win over the Charlotte Knights in a Dixie League Game as Knights P Zack Greinke takes the loss for the Knights.

April 7, 2013: The San Francisco Seals got their World Series Championship Rings before the game began but lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 14-3 in a National League Game in the MLB Premier League being televised on the California Music Channel also that date The 2013 STP Gas Booster 500 took place at Martinsville Speedway as Jimmie Johnson won giving him 2nd win of the season and eighth at the Track, Clint Bowyer finished 2nd and Jeff Gordon came in 3rd.

April 8, 2013: University of Louisville Redbirds won the 2013 NCAA College Basketall Tournament Title defeated the Michigan Wolverines 82-76 as Rick Pitino becomes the first coach to win national titles at Two Schools (Kentucky from 1996 in which Pitino also won the Title) and is elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

April 12, 2013: The Alameda Islanders defeated the Detroit Tigers 4-3 in 12 innings thanks to a Game winning home run by Josh Donaldson

So We Concluded Draft #4 for this Alternate Timeline, I Will Start Draft #5 Later On.
Starting on Draft #5, The Insert Date Here Ones are Still Needed to Be Filled by Someone Who Needs to Post and here it is!

(insert date here), 1970: WNAC-TV in Boston, MA started using "Move Closer To Your World" by Mayoham Music

(insert date here), 1971: Duluth Eskimos QB (insert player name here) grabbed 22 completions for 305 Yards in 34-7 win over the Sioux Falls Staggs at (insert stadium name here) in a Plains Football Association Game

(insert date here), 1975: St. Louis Gunners HB (insert player name here) rushed for 311 yards to score 3 touchdowns in a 41-13 win over the Detroit Lions in an NFL Premier League Game

(insert date here), 1983: Cedar Rapids Rangers K (insert player name here) broke the tie to win with a field goal in a 17-14 Overtime Victory over the Independence 76ers in a Plains Football Association Game.

(insert date here), 1983: Vallejo Thundercats QB (insert player name here) got 18 completions for 31 attempts for 288 yards in a 22-7 win over the (insert team name here) in a Pacific Coast Football League game.

(insert date here), 1987: Fresno Raisin Fighters WR (insert player name here) got 5 receptions for 177 yards in a 31-21 win over the (insert team name here) in a Pacific Coast Football League game.

(insert date here), 1988: In a Fargo-Grand Forks Rivalry, Fargo Locomotives QB (insert player name) took 314 Pass Yards in a 29-27 win over the Grand Forks Trappers.

(Insert date here), 1990: In a Division 2 Dixie League Game, Jacksonville Suns 3B (insert player name here) got 2 home runs in a 8-6 win over (insert team name here)

(Insert date here), 1996: In a Division 1 SEC Pro Game, Nashville Strummers QB (insert player name here) threw 320 pass yards in a 28-13 win over the Norfolk Admirals

(insert date here), 1997: On a Pacific Coast Football League game airing on the California Music Channel, Vallejo Thundercats QB Pat Barnes grabbed 4 TD Passes in a 31-7 win over the Sacramento (insert team name here)

(insert date here), 2005: On a Texas Football Association Game, Shreveport Pirates 1st Year QB Matt Schaub grabbed 3 Touchdown Passes in a 29-27 win over the San Antonio Lone Stars

(Insert date here), 2006: The Brazoswood Belles led by lead vocalist and captain Kalyn Hemphill won the 2006 Lone Star Vocal Drill Circuit Championship.

(insert date here), 2012: Texarkana Zorros FS Earl Thomas swiped 3 Interceptions and a Touchdown in a 34-13 win over the Laredo (insert team name here)
Starting Off Draft #5 Here are the New Timelines I Posted from Other Alternate Timelines that i Posted along with new ones including Some OTL's.

July 3, 1977: Montreal Alouettes K Don Sweet scored 6 Field Goals as the Montreal Alouettes of the Intercontinental Football League defeated New York Giants 38-7 as they enter the National Football League at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.

October 8, 1977: The Oakland Oaks defeated the (insert team name here) from Pacific League to win Game 3 of the Relegation Series by a final score of 5-3 continuing to play in the MLB Premier League.

September 3, 1979: Sacramento Cyclones QB Steve Bartkowski grabbed 380 Passing Yards as they beat the San Francisco 49ers 17-13 in a Cross League Game at Candlestick Park.

May 2, 1982: The NASCAR Winston Cup Series held it's first race in Mexico for the Running of the Copa Mexico 300 at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City as Darrell Waltrip driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet won that Race for Junior Johnson Racing, NASCAR will look forward to continue racing in Mexico in the years to come.

July 1, 1984: Jeff Enes of the PFA's Oklahoma City Drillers scored 5 Touchdown Passes including 3 to Tinker Owens as they Outduel Gifford Nielsen and the Houston Oilers 38-13 as the Drillers enter the NFL Circuit at the Astrodome in Houston, TX.

September 9, 1984: The Oklahoma City Drillers made their NFL Debut as QB Jeff Enes got 389 Passing Yards and scored 4 Touchdowns including 2 to Joe Hallisey in a 31-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at John Deere Stadium in Oklahoma City, OK.

November 12, 1987: The 1987 Miss World Pageant took place at London, UK as Ulla Weigerstorfer of Austria won the Crown however the Opening Number featuring the Ken Warwick Dancers with some Miss World 1987 Contestants sang "This is the Place" was filmed at Malta however that song will later enter the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 in January of 1988.

October 5, 1989: The Detroit Tigers defeated the Norfolk Tides to sweep the Relegation Series by a final score of 3-0 continuing to play in the MLB Premier League.

June 11, 1990: Dallas Rangers P Nolan Ryan pitches the sixth no hitter of his career by defeating the Oakland Athletics in Oakland, 5-0.

March 27, 1991: New Kids on the Block star Donnie Wahlberg is arrested in Louisville, Kentucky for allegedly setting his hotel room on fire.

December 31, 1991: The twentieth annual New Year's Rockin' Eve special airs on ABC, with appearances by Boyz II Men, Simply Red, Vanessa L. Williams, Another Bad Creation, Restless Heart, Michael Bivins and Barry Manilow.

May 6, 1992: Selena releases her album Entre A Mi Mundo which contains her first No. 1 hit, "Como La Flor".

September 13, 1992: Vallejo Thundercats CB John Vlahos ran a 88 Yard Interception Return for a Touchdown in a 28-26 win over the Chico Jaguars.

October 31, 1992: "End of the Road" by Boyz II Men posts a 12th consecutive week at No. 1 in the US charts, ending a 36-year record previously held by Elvis Presley. Boyz II Men's record was broken on March 6, 1993, by Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You", however "End of the Road" still hitted #1 on the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 for the 9th Week in a Row.

December 31, 1992: The twenty-first annual New Year's Rockin' Eve special airs on ABC, with appearances by TLC, Bell Biv DeVoe, Slaughter, Jon Secada, The Village People and Barry Manilow.

April 12, 1993: The Grateful Dead sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the San Francisco Seals' home opener at Candlestick Park.

July 4, 1993: New England Patriots QB Drew Bledsoe celebrated Independence Day as he grabbed 355 Pass Yards to renew their stay in the NFL Premier League in a 28-27 victory over the West Virginia Coal Miners (from the Intercontinental Football League) at Foxboro Stadium

December 31, 1993: The twenty-second annual New Year's Rockin' Eve special airs on ABC, with appearances by Brooks & Dunn, Daryl Hall, Kiss, Joey Lawrence, SWV and Barry Manilow.

October 13, 1995: The Calgary Vipers (of the Southwest League) defeated the Minnesota Twins to win Game 3 of the Relegation Series by a final score of 10-8 in 11 innings as the Vipers enter the MLB Premier League.

May 9, 1999: The NASCAR Winston Cup Series made it's Inaugural Race in Baja California at the Tijuana Speed Bowl for the Pemex West of the Border of 500 as Jeff Gordon driving the #24 Dupont Automotive Finishes Chevrolet won that race, Dale Earnhardt driving the #3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet fell short from winning that race and came up 2nd.

August 13, 2000: The NASCAR Winston Cup Series invaded to Watkins Glen International Raceway for the Global Crossing and the Glen as Steve Park driving the #1 Pennzoil Chevrolet won giving him his First Winston Cup Victory.

October 5, 2003: Vallejo Thundercats K Chris Griffith scored 3 Field Goals in a 23-20 win over the San Jose Bolts at Spartan Stadium in San Jose, CA.

July 4, 2004: The Las Vegas Blackjacks (WAC-Pro League) ignited fireworks as QB (insert player name here) grabbed 343 Passing Yards and 3 Touchdowns in a 28-23 win over the San Diego Chargers awarding an upgrade to join the NFL Premier League at Qualcomm Stadium.

October 13, 2008: The Sacramento Rivercats (of the Pacific League) defeat the Seattle Mariners 8-6 to win Game 3 of the Relegation Series receiving a Spot in the MLB Premier League.

July 1, 2012: The Los Angeles Rams decided to stay in the NFL Premier League after Starting QB Sam Bradford led the Rams by scoring 5 Touchdowns (including 3 Passing to Anthony Zidek in a 42-14 win over the PCFL's Vallejo Thundercats at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA.

October 16, 2012: The Houston Astros (of the Southwest League) defeated the San Antonio Missions to win the 3rd Game of the Relegation Series by a final score of 3-1 awarding a Ticket to Rejoin the MLB Premier League.

April 7, 2013: The 7th Race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Martinsville Speedway for another Short Track Race for the STP Gas Booster 500 as Points Leader Jimmie Johnson won that race in the #48 Lowe's Chevrolet

April 13, 2013: The 8th Race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series moves to Texas Motor Speedway for the Running of the NRA 500 in Fort Worth, TX as Kyle Busch (driving the #18 Interstate Batteries Toyota) started on the Pole and Won The Race completing the Texas Two-Step however he won a Nationwide Series on Friday at Texas Motor Speedway, Martin Truex Jr. finished 2nd in the #56 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota, 3rd to Joey Atangan in the #7 Import Bible Ford, 4th to Greg Biffle in the #16 3M Ford and 5th to Jimmie Johnson in the #48 Lowe's Chevrolet.

That's The Beginning of Draft #5 to this Timeline, Maybe I Hope We Can See More Contributions being added, So I Can't Wait For It!
Getting Ready for a Night Race in the South Bay (In-Depth TL Alert)

April 14, 2013 - 3:53 PM
Leigh High School - San Jose, CA


The CMC Video Cruiser getting ready for Race Day

The CMC Video Cruiser has got hit in the Parking Lots of Leigh High School for Sunday's Bay Area Stock Car Series Race, Jay Jianoran is starting 12th in the #26 California Music Channel/Jollibee Toyota as the Green Flag Will Fly at 5:40 PM but Ryan Justus an Alameda Native made the Pole for that event however her sister Amanda qualified the Car for Brad Keselowski while he's in Texas Motor Speedway for the NRA 500 and qualified 2nd so today Keselowski will take over he went to Texas and Finished 10th in the 2013 NRA 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.

Brad Keselowski: This is It, We're Here in San Jose we left after a Great Flight now This Could be It so i Have to Win Under a Cameo Appearance for Penske Racing, So I'm At It.

And So "Jimmie's Fast" by One Vo1ce began to Blare because Tonight is Race Night for the 48 Guy in San Jose!

Jimmie Johnson: Hey Chad, Tonight is Race Night!

Chad Knaus: Because One Vo1ce is Playing, And This is It!

Jimmie: Wow, Last Night when we are at Texas Motor Speedway we finished in the Top 5, Now Let's Hope We Do Better for that Guy so We Better Win!

Chad: Good Luck, Jimmie!

And for Pinoy West Racing Driver Jay Jianoran as she helped Lynette Ocon who works at a Group Home at Union City along with myself, Gets Ready for Showtime

Lynette Ocon: Jay Jianoran, Sunday Night and This Is It

Jay: Well I'm Listening to Baseball as the Oakland Oaks are playing the Detroit Tigers in a Cross-League Game on KGMZ-FM 95.7

Lynette: So We Are Getting Ready for a Piece of the Action in San Jose

Jay: After Baseball, Let's Set It Up and the Tigers are leading 10-1 at the Coliseum

Lynette: Okay.

1. Ryan Justus
2. Brad Keselowski
3. Larissa Carasco
4. Lyndsi Garcia
5. Lizzie Haskell
6. Jimmie Johnson
7. Cori DeTurk
8. Jade Aganus
9. Nadia Nouri
10. Joey Atangan
Also Starting the Race: Jennifer Brodie (13th), Jeff Gordon (15th), Porscha Coleman (16th), Kevin Harvick (20th), Kyle Busch (24th), Kurt Busch (28th)

Race Will be Televised on The California Music Channel at 5:30 PM (Radio will be on MRN Anchored by Barney Hall and Joe Moore)
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August 28, 1981: Birmingham Barons RF Richard "Rickie" Ryan bashed 2 doubles as he went 3 for 4 in a 9-8 win over the Atlanta Crackers. (Baseball Season didn't take place in November)

May 16, 1999: The Beverly Hills High School Sunburst captured the title in the Kick Division of the 1999 Golden State Drill Team Championships under Lead Vocalist Elizabeth Sroka with "Seven Minutes in Heaven"

May 14, 2000: The Beverly Hills High School Sunburst won it's second consecutive Kick Routine title under Co-Lead Vocalists Sarah Koplin and Carolina Gutierrez in which they sang "Where Are You Now" (orig. by Jossette)

May 13, 2001: The Beverly Hills High School Sunburst tried to go for a 3-Peat with New Lead Vocalist Shelby Kraushaar in the Kick Routine as they sang CeCe Peniston's Finally but the El Rancho High Song & Dance Drill Team averted Beverly Hills' Chances of getting a 3-Peat as they win with "Holding Out for a Hero (orig. by Bonnie Tyler)

May 12, 2002: The Beverly Hills High School Sunburst scored a Big Win in a Kick Routine still with Co-Lead Vocalists Shelby Kraushaar & Roberta Berredo with "Close To You" (orig. by Fun Factory) that song will later make it's way in NASCAR Thunder 2003 from EA Sports.

May 18, 2003: The Beverly Hills High School Sunburst captured their 4th Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship Title in the Kick Category under Lead Vocalist Gabrielle Vallone with "It Feels So Good" (orig. by Sonique).

May 16, 2004: The Beverly Hills High School Sunburst won their 5th Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship Title in the Kick Category with a remake of Artful Dodger's "Movin' Too Fast" being sung by Lead Vocalist Talia Eichenbaum.

And Add One More Because the Sunburst might win it's Golden State Vocal Drill Team Title

May 15, 2005: The Beverly Hills High School Sunburst won their 6th Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship title in the Kick Category with Lead Vocalist and Captain Paige Saxby singing "Brilliant2U" (orig. by Naoki from the Video Game Dance Dance Revolution)

And Speaking of Dance Dance Revolution we will make a challenge that we can see Vocal Drill Teams singing songs from the Dance Dance Revolution Series to this Timeline, so I'm excited!
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Here are a few more PODs to show that the ATL is developing along different lines from either OTL or the "Luciferian Crusade" ATL:

June 6th, 1976: State of Emergency is declared after the assassination of Prime Minister Michael Manley in Kingston, Jamaica,...

March 8th, 1985: Shiite leader Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah is assassinated in Beirut, Lebanon, sparking international attention and concern...

October 3rd, 1993: Mohamed Farrah Aidid is assassinated in Mogadishu, Somalia, sparking a massive civil war, based on warlord and ethnic divisions,....

May 24th, 1999: Yugoslavian dictator Slobodan Milošević is assassinated in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, sparking international attention and concern,....

September 19th, 2005: Halliburton and Blackwater "private contractors" deployed to New Orleans, Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina,...

July 28th, 2007: British firms Aegis Defence Services and ArmorGroup International begin supplying "private contractors" for American military efforts,....

September 20th, 2007: Private contractors (a.k.a. mercenaries) are used by the U.S. Defense Department in an effort to avoid prosecution under international law in Washington D.C.,...
Great Work on Your PoD's Mr_ Bondoc by adding more ATL and OTL Stuff but later on I'm Planning to Seperate the Events that will fit into the Category like News, Sports, Entertainment and others so we can more In Depth like a Newspaper or Something, So Let's Add to That as an Experiment

April 14, 2013

Auto Racing: About 13 NASCAR Sprint Cup Drivers left Texas Motor Speedway to race at Leigh High School in San Jose, CA for the Longhorn Classic which aired on the California Music Channel but in the end NASCAR Sprint Cup Points Leader Jimmie Johnson driving the #48 Lowe's Chevrolet won that race, Jimmie said after the Race "What a Great Move we defeated that winner in Texas from Yesterday (Kyle Busch) and we could do that again next week as we are getting ready for a Road Course Race at Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca.

1. Jimmie Johnson (#48 Lowe's Chevrolet)
2. Kyle Busch (#18 Interstate Batteries Toyota)
3. Brad Keselowski (#2 Miller Lite Ford)
4. Tony Stewart (#14 Old Spice Chevrolet)

5. Anshika Kumar (#50 Ole's Waffle Shop Honda)
6. Jade Aganus (#07 Sarah Rico Memorial Fund Ford)
7. Joey Atangan (#7 Import Bible Ford)
8. Lyndsi Garcia (#44 Leigh High School Chevrolet)
9. Cori DeTurk (#10 Dance 10 Toyota)
10. Kevin Harvick (#29 Budweiser Chevrolet)
Other Finishers: Larissa Carasco (11th), Jay Jianoran (12th), Porscha Coleman (15th), Kurt Busch (17th), Jennifer Brodie (18th), Jeff Gordon (20th), Nadia Nouri (21st), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (27th), Lizzie Haskell (33rd)

Sprint Cup Driver in Bold

Baseball: The Chicago Cubs of the MLB Premier League tie a major league record with five wild pitches in a single inning and become the first team do do so in a regular season game. Edwin Jackson and (insert player name here) combine to throw five wild pitches in the sixth inning of a game against the San Francisco Seals at Wrigley Field, equalling a feat performed by Rick Ankiel of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2000 National League Division Series. The Giants go on to win the game 10-7 in 10 innings.

Hopefully I Can Add More to That Timeline Later on So I Can't Wait for More People to Contribute!
Now More People ITTL

Christopher Rhyne - Composed the Theme Music to the Game Show Supermarket Sweep (Lifetime (1990-1995), PAX (2000-2002) & ABC (2002-Present) as well as the Miss Teen USA, Miss USA and Miss Universe Pageants for NBC (2003-2010)

Johnny Gilbert - Currently Announcing the Syndicated Game Show Jeopardy! Since 1984

Tony Moran - Music Director for the Miss California USA Pageant since 2006 in which he hitted #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Charts with "Serenade" with vocals by the 2013 Miss California USA Contestants.

Stormy Sacks - Currently Composing the Theme Music for the Syndicated Game Show Hollywood Squares hosted by Tom Bergeron from 1986 to 1998 and since 2004.

George Gray - Announcer for Press Your Luck and The Price is Right for CBS.

Alan Deak - Music Director for the Don Lane Show (Nine Network) would later re-arrange the Theme Music for $ale of the Century in Australia (Nine Network) and the USA (NBC) in 1986.

And Yes I Have a Feeling if we can see more people existing timeline including several from other alternate timelines mostly sports stars!
Great Work on Your PoD's Mr_ Bondoc by adding more ATL and OTL Stuff but later on I'm Planning to Seperate the Events that will fit into the Category like News, Sports, Entertainment and others so we can more In Depth like a Newspaper or Something, So Let's Add to That as an Experiment

Don't worry, I will continue to add PODs that won't interfere with the sports and music PODs that have already been established. In the meantime, we should consider how the "Luciferian Crusade" met its end in the ATL.
Consider that the following disasters didn't take place after 1952 in OTL, mainly because we developed an awareness of the environment:

December 2nd-8th, 1952: Great Smog of London; Health officials report c. 4,000 deaths due to high smog levels throughout London, England....

October 21st-24th, 1954: Los Angeles Disaster; Health officials report 3,175 deaths due to high smog levels throughout Los Angeles, California, sparking national attention,....

September 17th-21st, 1986: Mexico City Disaster; Health officials report c. 4,425 deaths due to high smog levels throughout Mexico City, Mexico, sparking international attention and concern,....

August 2nd-5th, 1995: Hong Kong Disaster; Smog levels reach deadly levels throughout Hong Kong, killing 3,750 people despite modern medical precautions...

January 12th-16th, 2001: Beijing Disaster; Smog levels reach deadly levels, killing 11,180 people despite modern medical precautions, sparking international attention,....

December 10th-14th, 2004: Tehran Disaster: Smog levels reach deadly levels, killing 6,113 people despite modern medical precautions, sparking international attention and concern,...

May 21st-24th, 2008: Santiago Disaster; Smog levels reach deadly levels in Santiago, Chile, killing 3,013 people, despite modern medical precautions, sparking international attention and concern,....

November 8th, 2012: Delhi Disaster; Smog levels reach deadly levels, killing over 8,167 people in New Delhi, India, despite modern medical precautions, sparking international attention and concern,....
Consider that the following disasters didn't take place after 1952 in OTL, mainly because we developed an awareness of the environment:

December 2nd-8th, 1952: Great Smog of London; Health officials report c. 4,000 deaths due to high smog levels throughout London, England....

October 21st-24th, 1954: Los Angeles Disaster; Health officials report 3,175 deaths due to high smog levels throughout Los Angeles, California, sparking national attention,....

September 17th-21st, 1986: Mexico City Disaster; Health officials report c. 4,425 deaths due to high smog levels throughout Mexico City, Mexico, sparking international attention and concern,....

August 2nd-5th, 1995: Hong Kong Disaster; Smog levels reach deadly levels throughout Hong Kong, killing 3,750 people despite modern medical precautions...

January 12th-16th, 2001: Beijing Disaster; Smog levels reach deadly levels, killing 11,180 people despite modern medical precautions, sparking international attention,....

December 10th-14th, 2004: Tehran Disaster: Smog levels reach deadly levels, killing 6,113 people despite modern medical precautions, sparking international attention and concern,...

May 21st-24th, 2008: Santiago Disaster; Smog levels reach deadly levels in Santiago, Chile, killing 3,013 people, despite modern medical precautions, sparking international attention and concern,....

November 8th, 2012: Delhi Disaster; Smog levels reach deadly levels, killing over 8,167 people in New Delhi, India, despite modern medical precautions, sparking international attention and concern,....

Great Idea it will go into a new category it will be placed in the disasters section of the TL.
Now Let Me Add Contributions to the Following

First Keeping the Music by adding some from the 2010's to fit this category

February 6, 2010: Beyoncé played to a sold out crowd of 60,000 people in São Paulo, Brazil at Morumbi Stadium.

February 12, 2010: The remake of the 1985 song "We Are The World" for victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake debuts during the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics on NBC.

February 18, 2010: The charity single "We Are the World 25 for Haiti" debuted at #2 on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart with 267,000 digital downloads and debuted at #1 on Billboard Hot Digital Songs chart.

June 19, 2010: Katy Perry's "California Gurls" reaches the top of the US charts.

November 24, 2010: Christina Aguilera made her theatrical film and musical debut as the lead character Ali Rose in Burlesque. Co-starring Cher and directed by Steven Antin, the film went on to gross over 90 million worldwide and earn Aguilera a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song.

September 17, 2011: With Katy Perry's fifth single from Teenage Dream, "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)", she completed 69 consecutive weeks inside the top ten, more than any artist in history.

April 8, 2012: The Bellaire Belles under lead vocalist Anna Hiran won the 2012 Lone Star Vocal Drill Team Championship in which the Belles sang "Heavy Cross (orig. by The Gossip) in the Jazz Competition

April 13, 2013: Stephanie Pereya shocked her Vocal Drill Team from Clear Brook High School as the Celebrities won the 2013 Lone Star Vocal Drill Team Championship in the Kick and Jazz Categories as She Sang in a Kick Routine to "What U Did 2 Me (orig. by Rockell) and a Jazz Routine to "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" (orig. by Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers in 1956 & Diana Ross in 1981)

Also I'm Adding Some Baseball Players Playing ITTL, Because I'm Going to Work on a Wiki Page to See Who's Playing ITTL.

Zack Kondo (OF) - Alameda High School 2007 graduate currently playing for the Alameda Islanders (MLB Premier League)
Ari Levine (3B) - Alameda High School 2007 graduate currently playing for the San Jose Bees
Andy Parrino (SS/2B) - Currently Playing for the Oakland Oaks (Pacific League)
Hiroyuki Nakajima (SS) - Played for the Seibu Lions of the NPB for 11 Years before Settling in Union City as a member of the Union City Colts (Pacific League)
Dermal Brown (OF) - Currently Playing for the Iowa Oaks (MLB Premier League)

Wow, I Hope We Can See More Baseball Players that we will see ITTL however we can see more Sports Stars playing ITTL, So I Can't Wait For It!
This is an utterly horrific incoherent mess.

In its defense, the ATL, is basically one that focuses on PODs that music, sports, and pop culture that are rarely touched upon. Consider that there are many TLs that have focused solely on the engineering and military minutiae that few understand or care for. Personally, the ATL also allows room for outsiders to design TLs which focus on our strengths.
In its defense, the ATL, is basically one that focuses on PODs that music, sports, and pop culture that are rarely touched upon. Consider that there are many TLs that have focused solely on the engineering and military minutiae that few understand or care for. Personally, the ATL also allows room for outsiders to design TLs which focus on our strengths.

Well That's A Great Idea Because We Can See More PoD's to this Collaborative Timeline, So Let's Hope we can see someone add more Football Players Playing for the 2013 Football Season (and I Hope many of these players could be from Other ATL's) same for other sports but also here are my Ideas that someone else will post that we are going to see.

- Can Andrew Luck (QB) play with the Fresno Raisin Fighters (Pacific Coast Football League) beginning with his 2012 Rookie Year?

- Can the Vallejo Thundercats (Pacific Coast Football League) have more interceptions in his first 2 seasons starting with the 2008 Rookie Year.

- We've all Learned that One Vo1ce a filipina OPM/R&B Girl Group sang a Ballad of Jimmie Johnson in 2010, but will they sing a ballad on Jeff Gordon in 1998? (Note: Singers for One Vo1ce are Monica Castillo, Anne Marie Ceralvo, Edna Mae Ceralvo, Melissa Ruiz Moreno and Aimee Castillo)

- Can Ice Hockey Star Russ Courtnall (RW) continue playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs until 1992 before he moves to Minneapolis as a Member of the North Stars?

Well I Hope Someone Else Can Add that to the timeline along with much more!

The Vulture

In its defense, the ATL, is basically one that focuses on PODs that music, sports, and pop culture that are rarely touched upon. Consider that there are many TLs that have focused solely on the engineering and military minutiae that few understand or care for. Personally, the ATL also allows room for outsiders to design TLs which focus on our strengths.

Now if only it was somehow readable.
Add More to this Timeline with Pro Soccer in Promotion/Relegation

(Insert date here), 1974: It was announced during the Offseason that the NASL will have a Promotion/Relegation Format beginning in the 1976 season.

(Insert date here), 1975: The NASL added a second division consisting of 10 new teams consisting of (insert team name here)

August 17, 1976: The NASL battle it's first relegation challenge as the Miami Toros def. St. Louis Stars 2-0, forcing the Stars as they Relegate to the second league.
Here are a few musical artists I will present to you as possible additions to the music scene. All of them are real people who I happen to be friends with:

2008: Album "Truth Be Told" by singer Rossana Schneider, based out of Oakland, California,....

2010: Group "The Thrashers" (Heavy-Metal), all members 10-years old, based out of Pacifica, California

2010: Group "Swoop Unit" (Jazz Funk) based out of San Francisco, California...

2010: Singer Mitch Franco (Swing Jazz), based out of Sacramento, California...

2012: Group "Haunted By Heroes" (Heavy Metal) , all the members in their teens, based out of San Francisco, California,....
Here are a few musical artists I will present to you as possible additions to the music scene. All of them are real people who I happen to be friends with:

2008: Album "Truth Be Told" by singer Rossana Schneider, based out of Oakland, California,....

2010: Group "The Thrashers" (Heavy-Metal), all members 10-years old, based out of Pacifica, California

2010: Group "Swoop Unit" (Jazz Funk) based out of San Francisco, California...

2010: Singer Mitch Franco (Swing Jazz), based out of Sacramento, California...

2012: Group "Haunted By Heroes" (Heavy Metal) , all the members in their teens, based out of San Francisco, California,....

Great Work, Now I Hope you can add the dates to this timeline along with some more info about the artists occurring ITTL, because we will make a collaborative list of People currently doing ITTL in this wiki page, but I'm planning to add more stuff on Soccer to this Timeline in the NASL, so stay tuned!
One idea that I want to play around with is the idea that the "Luciferian Crusade" wasn't destroyed completely in the TL, but it became part of the power structure of the ATL. Also, while the "Luciferian Crusade" never developed nuclear weapons in the ATL, the tradeoff is that the environment policies of the TL were more reckless. The United States and Western Europe of the TL became more isolationist over time....