It is an anti-FC Bayern Munich song. A slogan from this song has become synonymous with DTH among the fans, which can be shortened: "Es kann soviel passieren. Es kann soviel geschehen/Nur eins weiß ich hundertprozentig. Nie im Leben würde ich zu Bayern gehen." (Many things can happen. Many things can come to pass/One thing I know for sure. Never in my life would I go to Bayern. [here meaning the football club]).
The Tipp-Kick version is more anthem-like, as it features the line "Wir würden nie zum FC Bayern München gehen" (We would never go to FC Bayern Munich) throughout the song, not only in the end and the emphasis is taken off the I-character (the narrator).
The music video was directed by Peter Thorwarth. Most of it consists of a friendly football match, where various people (and a dog) take part of, including the band. After the match the band is shown playing at a gig. In the end, a figure in a Bayern jacket is seen (implied to be Uli Hoeneß, the club's president) watching the VHS of the music video, noting "Das ist der Dreck, an dem unsere Gesellschaft irgendwann ersticken wird." ("This is the kind of filth that will choke our society at some point."), an actual quote from Hoeneß about the song. On wishing Hoeneß a happy 60th birthday, Campino mentioned that Die Toten Hosen lost significant CD sales in the South of Germany since the release of the song, and that as of 2012, the sales had not recovered.
Bayern is a bay colt bred in Kentucky by Helen Alexander. His sire, Offlee Wild was a successful racehorse whose wins included the Massachusetts Handicap in 2004 (beating Funny Cide) and the Suburban Handicap in 2005. Before Bayern, the best of his progeny was Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies winner She Be Wild. As of 2014, Offlee Wild stands at the Pin Oak Lane Farm in Pennsylvania. Bayern's dam Alittlebitearly was, as her name suggests, born prematurely on December 14, 2002, which made her almost useless for racing purposes. The age of a Thoroughbred racehorse advances by one year on January 1, meaning that Alittlebitearly officially became a yearling when less than a month old and, if raced, would have had to compete on level terms with horses who could be up to 11 months older.
Innovation is a new idea, or more-effective device or process. Innovation can be viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, unarticulated needs, or existing market needs. This is accomplished through more-effective products, processes, services, technologies, or business models that are readily available to markets, governments and society. The term "innovation" can be defined as something original and more effective and, as a consequence, new, that "breaks into" the market or society.
While a novel device is often described as an innovation, in economics, management science, and other fields of practice and analysis, innovation is generally considered to be the result of a process that brings together various novel ideas in a way that they have an impact on society.
Business and economics
In business and economics, innovation can be a catalyst to growth. With rapid advancements in transportation and communications over the past few decades, the old world concepts of factor endowments and comparative advantage which focused on an area’s unique inputs are outmoded for today’s global economy. Economist Joseph Schumpeter, who contributed greatly to the study of innovation economics, argued that industries must incessantly revolutionize the economic structure from within, that is innovate with better or more effective processes and products, as well as market distribution, such as the connection from the craft shop to factory. He famously asserted that “creative destruction is the essential fact about capitalism”. In addition, entrepreneurs continuously look for better ways to satisfy their consumer base with improved quality, durability, service, and price which come to fruition in innovation with advanced technologies and organizational strategies.
In time series analysis (or forecasting) — as conducted in statistics, signal processing, and many other fields — the innovation is the difference between the observed value of a variable at time t and the optimal forecast of that value based on information available prior to time t. If the forecasting method is working correctly successive innovations are uncorrelated with each other, i.e., constitute a white noise time series. Thus it can be said that the innovation time series is obtained from the measurement time series by a process of 'whitening', or removing the predictable component. The use of the term innovation in the sense described here is due to Hendrik Bode and Claude Shannon (1950) in their discussion of the Wiener filter problem, although the notion was already implicit in the work of Kolmogorov.
Innovation is a subscription-based magazine, compiling recent developments in the area of research in Singapore and globally. The format and style is designed to be accessible to an "educated layperson", and also includes relevant fields such as patenting. The magazine is jointly published by the National University of Singapore and World Scientific.
To date, local Singaporean companies such as the Defence, Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) and academia have been featured in the magazine.
Key Editorial Columns
Aside from the cover story, each magazine generally has the following columns:
Features - Includes recent global developments in research. The latest publication includes an article on battery alternatives by Peter Harrop.
In Brief - News and innovations from all disciplines
Industry Updates - A compilation of important industry developments
Viewpoint - Personal opinions regarding recent issues, by leaders in corporations
Spotlight - Profiling of personalities in the international research and business community
Man City vs Leicester. May 6, 2019, 7.00pm. Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass ... "A genius really in terms of some of the innovations he has put in place since he has been a coach ... "But to take that to BayernMunich and to introduce full backs coming back in on the inside and the tactical innovations he produced there which were incredible ... ....
Victory over Bayern in their last-16, second leg tie would bring in another £9m while progression all the way to the final would be worth another £23.6m, before more TV revenue is factored in ... Exciting🎆Innovative 😮Can Bayern contain Liverpool's intelligent attacking trio?#InnovateYourGame @nissanfootball 🧠⚽ pic.twitter.com/UtAXekauTM....
Victory over Bayern in their last-16, second leg tie would bring in another £9m while progression all the way to the final would be worth another £23.6m, before more TV revenue is factored in ...Innovative 😮. Can Bayern contain Liverpool's intelligent attacking ......
Tradition is not a business model, which makes it urgent to change our way of thinking, how we innovate, and our entire culture," said Dr ... Versicherungskammer Bayern (VKB) was presented the CorporateInnovationAward due to their engagement and dedication collaborating with startups alongside the Batch One....
The weeklong tour consisted of 9 business visits, starting with KUKA Robotics Corp on its innovative technologies and production systems, and followed by visits to observe FC BayernMunich in its business operations, BYTON in its entrepreneurial innovation; the excellence of ......
adidas Football today revealed the new FC Bayern away shirt that the German club will wear during the 2018/19 season ... When designing for an iconic club like FC Bayern, we’re considering innovative and modern influences. With the new FC Bayern away kit we wanted to have a contemporary and fresh combination....
The start-up can be found on the ground level of NCCWest at Bayern Innovativ’s international conference on materials innovation in Nuremberg from 27 – 28 June ... Matmatch, which is based in Munich, will be joined by fifty other exhibitors including FlexHyJoin, the ACAD group and the Bavarian Research and InnovationAgency ... Ben Smye. Matmatch ... Germany....
BayernMunich have made an excellent choice in hiring Niko Kovac as next season's coach, going by Lothar Matthaus' assessment of him. Kovac was given a three-year deal to take the helm of Bayern beginning from next season after an impressive stint in charge of Eintracht Frankfurt... "He is innovative ... I think Bayern Munich made a good choice."....