Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Review Tuesday: The Crazies (2010)

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THE CRAZIES
(2010)
When residents of a small town start acting out of character, it seems a deeper conspiracy is afoot. 
In an age that [half of] people are more suspicious of their government than ever, it seems like a perfect time to remake George A Romero's 1973 film THE CRAZIES. This was another selection by Mrs Bax0jayz for movie night and I was very interested in this selection as I had the vaguest recollection of the original flick by the same name. 
 
David (Timothy Olyphant) was the sheriff of a town that started acting... strange. Residents are acting uncharacteristically violent. It turned that out a military plane carrying some toxin had crashed outside of town contaminating the local water supply. That's when thing go haywire. People start destroying the town. Feds showed up to save the day. Or did they? 
 
The bulk of the film is around the sheriff and his wife trying to escape the town with their lives. Compelling and suspenseful. Plenty of stuff to make you paranoid and keep you on the edge of your seat. Also, a lot of fun! Worth your time to watch!

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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

duple \ DOO-puhl, DYOO- \ , adjective; 
  1. having two parts; double; twofold. 
  2. Music . having two or sometimes a multiple of two beats in a measure: duple meter . 
Origin: Duple entered English in the mid-1500s. It comes from the Latin word duplus which meant "double." 

poophole loophole
  • The logic that allows girls who are saving their virginity for marriage to instead have premarital anal intercourse. Typically the boyfriends of such girls will convince them that, if they take it in the ass and don't pop the cherry, they're still pure and virginal. 
Guy 1: "I'm bummed because this hot chick I dated is saving herself for marriage." 
Guy 2: "Just explain the poophole loophole to her and you'll score for sure." 

Chick: "Thank goodness for the poophole loophole. Now I can honestly tell God and my parents that I am a virgin."
 
History
  • Tasmania: southeast Australian island was first seen by Dutchman Abel Tasman, for whom it was later named (1642)
  • The Origin of Species: naturalist Charles Darwin published his book explaining evolution (1859)
  • Lee Harvey Oswald: JFK assassin was shot to death by Jack Ruby (1963)
  • Lucy: Australopithecus skeleton was found in Ethiopia; she was about 3 foot 7 (109 cm.) and 3 million years old (1974)
    Freddie Mercury passed away from HIV (1991)
Birthdays
  • Zachary Taylor (U.S.) 1784
  • Bat Masterson 1853
  • Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec 1864
  • Scott Joplin 1868
  • Dale Carnegie 1888
  • Garson Kanin 1912
  • William F. Buckley, Jr. 1925
  • Johnny Carver 1940
  • Paul Tagliabue 1940
  • Pete Best 1941 - Musician (Beatles), early member of the Beatles
  • Donald "Duck" Dunn (Booker T. & the MG's) 1941
  • Billy Connolly 1942
  • Lee Michaels 1945
  • Dwight Schultz 1947
  • Stanley Livingston 1950
  • Clem Burke (Blondie) 1955
  • Terry Lewis (The Time) 1956
  • Denise Crosby 1957
  • John Squire (The Stone Roses) 1962
  • Gary Stonadge (Big Audio) 1962
  • Chad Taylor (Live) 1970
  • Collin Hanks 1977
  • Katherine Heigl 1978

Monday, November 23, 2020

Look forward to Alessandra!

 

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Alessandra Ambrosio

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Monday, November 23, 2020

mythomane \ MITH-uh-meyn \ , noun; 
  • a person with a strong or irresistible propensity for fantasizing, lying, or exaggerating. 
adjective: 
  • of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a mythomane.
Origin: Mythomane emerged in the 1950s and may be a back formation of mythomania meaning "lying to an abnormal degree." 

PPD - Post Party Depression
  • The morning after a party when you feel bad about drinking so much and fear things you've said or done could have upset someone or was just plain embarrassing.... on top of being extremely hungover.
Ugh, last night's party was insane. Why do I have 10 missed calls, and wtf - all these texts. I'm going back to bed, fuck this PPD - post party depression.

History 
  • Battle of Chattanooga: huge battle at a railway junction began during the US Civil War, ending with a Union victory (1863)
  • jukebox: the first coin-operated phonograph was installed at the Palais Royal Saloon in San Francisco (1889)
  • Doctor Who: British sci-fi TV program about a doctor who time-travels in a TARDIS debuted; it is still running (1963)
  • China: the People's Republic took over Taiwan's seat in the UN Security Council (1971)
Birthdays
  • Franklin Pierce (U.S.) 1804
  • William H. Bonney (Billy the Kid) 1859
  • Boris Karloff 1887
  • Harpo Marx 1888
  • Maurice Zolotow 1913
  • Ellen Drew 1915
  • Michael Gough 1917
  • Jerry Bock 1928
  • Betty Everett 1939
  • Susan Anspach 1945
  • Steve Landesberg 1945
  • David Rappaport 1951
  • Boris Gebenchikov 1953
  • Bruce Hornsby 1954
  • John Henton 1960
  • Maxwell Caulfield 1961
  • Charlie Grover (Sponge) 1966
  • Ken Block (Sister Hazel) 1966
  • Kurupt (The Dogg Pound) 1972
  • Kelly Brook 1980
  • Destiny Hope "Miley Ray" Cyrus 1992

 
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Sunday, November 22, 2020

Sunday, November 22, 2020

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juvenescent \ joo-vuh-NES-uhnt \ , adjective; 
  1. being or becoming youthful; young. 
  2. young in appearance. 
  3. having the power to make young or youthful: a juvenescent elixir .
Origin: Juvenescent is related to the word juvenile. It is from the Latin present participle of juvenēscere which meant "to become youthful."

Pornocchio
  • A person who embellishes their sexcapades to sound cooler.
Guy 1: "Did Tommy tell you about his all-nighter with that hot chick from the bar last night?"
Guy 2: "Yeah right dude, he's such a pornocchio. She told me nothing happened."

History
 
  • Edward Teach: the pirate known as Blackbeard was killed during a battle with the British Navy off the coast of Virginia (1718)
  • ...---...: S-O-S was adopted as a distress signal at the International Radio Telegraphic Convention in Berlin (1906)
  • China Clipper: a Pan Am "flying boat" started regular transoceanic mail service from San Francisco to Manila (1935)
  • JFK: the 35th president of the US was assassinated by a sniper during a motorcade in Dallas (1963)
  • Margaret Thatcher: the prime minister of England quit her post, citing lack of party support (1990)
Birthdays
  • George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans) 1819
  • Charles de Gaulle (France) 1890
  • Hoagy Carmichael 1899
  • Benjamin Britten 1913
  • Lew Hays 1914
  • Rodney Dangerfield 1921
  • Geraldine Page 1924
  • Lew Burdette (MLB) 1926
  • Robert Vaughn 1932
  • Michael Callan 1935
  • Allen Garfield 1939
  • Terry Gilliam 1940
  • Tom Conti 1941
  • Guion S. Bluford 1942
  • Billie Jean King 1943
  • Wade Blasingame 1943 - Baseball player
  • Floyd Sneed (Three Dog Night) 1943
  • Aston Barrett (Bob Marley & The Wailers) 1946
  • Bob Marley Merchandise
  • Steve Van Zandt (E Street Band) 1949
  • Greg Luzinski 1950 - Baseball player
  • Tina Weymouth (Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club) 1950
  • Craig Hundley (Cragi Hundley Trio) 1953
  • Jamie Lee Curtis 1958 - Actress
  • Jason Ringenberg (Jason & the Scorchers) 1958
  • Mariel Hemingway 1961
  • Stephen Geoffreys 1964
  • Nicholas Rowe 1966
  • Boris Becker 1967
  • Scarlett Johansson 1984 - Actress (Avengers)


  
      

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