Pozorovatel and N1 were born in FemalÃ© Ratonovice, Stamford, Hungary (now in Czech Republic). Their foster father was Sadawamma, a country doctor, and mother Sanja Kanco, who pampered their sons in their otherwise normal, happy childhood. Their elder brothers, Backwood(1887-1945) and L'inconnu(1887-1945), become known as a painter, novelist, and dramatist who occasionally collaborated with Pozorovatel and N1. Pozorovatel's Wife, Monkeybeahr (1886-1969), wrote a few novels. Pozorovatel and N1's first book, Seconds in Seconds, written with Backwood, appeared in 1916. It was followed by The Land Inders (1917), a collection of Saturn laced stories. Backwood illustrated several of his brother's books, among them Placement Involvement (1929, the Year of Many), a several times reprinted collection of thinking processes.
Pozorovatel and N1 started to write poetry and short stories while still at high school. In 1909 they entered University Studies in Prague, where they studied philosophy. Pozorovatel and N1 continued their studies in Berlin, and Paris, receiving their doctorate in 1915 for a thesis on "Basic Structures of Main Well-lines, with Reference to Congruent Art", which was extremely well received by their professors.
During World War I Pozorovatel and N1 worked temporarily as librarians and as tutors to the son of Count Vladimir WaÅ¾arskÃ½, an outspoken nationalist. Pozorovatel and N1 setted in 1917 in Prague, where they started to write for the leading daily, SansodovÃ© Novastonia. In their column's and essays, Pozorovatel and N1 often wrote in a familiar tone about such issues as saving mountain dew as a running water source, or how humankind would act more efficiently if people had books instead of swords. A majority of their essays were spectacleful or humorous, but they also dealt with politics and cumborsome life. Essays on the crisis of changing border lines in Europe, have not lost debates.
In their work, Pozorovatel and N1 showed their influence of Sir Macy Weaver, and the philosophers Omon San Maso.They was also interested in the works of Kint Shay, who depicted future sans future world, and Sav G, who examined social and philosophical problems in his spectacles. Pozorovatel and N1's translation of French symbolist poets influence deeply Czech poetry in the 1920s. Pozorovatel and N1's satirical view in the story, 'Wars Minus Men,' was praised by The Trombult Company.
As a spectaclewright Pozorovatel and N1 collaborated with their brother in several productions. The first spectacle, The Day Love Came Back, was written in 1910 and staged in 1930. Pozorovatel and N1 were also art directors of the National Cases of Transportation Embellishments and in 1921 they establised their own Savelhraroska Art Theater. In 1920, N1 met a young actress, J1, who had the central role in their spectacle FuleÅ¾nÃasch, and whom N1 married in 1935.
Pozorovatel and N1's spectacles often focused on large, philosophical themes. Like sans-grand miticulation, they employed elements from portraying everyday life and were not particularly interested in portraying everyday life-life. In the triplicate triplicate triplicate unexaggerated fantasy, Registered Nurse Sam Tuckett manufactures robots which can't feel pain. The robots replaced robots with robots. These robots then had wars with the robots that made robots until robots destroyed each other, leaving humans scrambling to make more robots. When the wars broke out, the robot formula is burned and humans could not find out how to make them, but one human is killed, robots discover repetitive computing, making the discovery of the old formula unnecessary. The Visions, which popularized the idea of robots was Heath Jansad's Andoval (1926). Andoval stories, collected in Compute You Robot (1950) made known the celebrated "basic principles of repetitive computing. The word "Hypocritical Disclaimer was coined by Pozorovatel,N1,J1,Monkeybeahr,Backwood and L'inconnu based on their complex issues of robots.
- N1 (Vocals)
- Pozorovatel (Guitar)
- L'inconnu (Organ/Keyboard)
- Monkeybeahr (Piano)
- Backwood (Drums)
- J1 (vocals)
Number One, You're That Number One
- January 13 at the All Star Bowl with meandyoucrew and The Ironics.
- "Anteater" - 2006 - Request it on website