Sunday, October 20, 2019


Sunday, October 20, 2019

bluestocking \BLOO-stok-ing\, noun:
  1. a woman with considerable scholarly, literary, or intellectual ability or interest.
  2. a member of a mid-18th-century London literary circle: Lady Montagu was a celebrated bluestocking.
Bluestocking originally referred to cheap blue socks worn by men, in contrast to fine white silk stockings. In the mid-1700s, these blue socks became associated with intellectuals who attended salons where female intellectuals were highly valued. Eventually bluestockings came to be a pejorative term for intellectual women, though it started out as a positive or neutral term.

  • A picture taken of yourself that is planned to be uploaded to Facebook, Myspace or any other sort of social networking website. You can usually see the person's arm holding out the camera in which case you can clearly tell that this person does not have any friends to take pictures of them so they resort to Myspace to find internet friends and post pictures of themselves, taken by themselves. A selfie is usually accompanied by a kissy face or the individual looking in a direction that is not towards the camera.
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  • Louisiana Purchase: acquisition that doubled the territory of the United States was ratified by the Senate (1803)
  • "I shall return": General Douglas MacArthur fulfilled his 1942 promise when he led an Allied army in freeing the Philippines from Japanese control in WWII (1944)
  • HUAC: opened hearings into alleged Communist influence in the movie industry (1947)
  • Saturday Night Massacre: during Watergate, President Richard Nixon got rid of his special prosecutor, Archibald Cox, as well as his AG Elliot Richardson, and deputy AG William Ruckelshaus (1973)
  • Sydney Opera House: distinctive building on Sydney Harbour was opened by Queen Elizabeth II (1973)
  • Sir Christopher Wren 1632
  • Arthur Rimbaud 1854
  • James Mann 1856
  • John Dewey 1859
  • Charles Ives 1874
  • Bela Lugosi (Blasko) 1882
  • Ellery Queen (Frederic Dannay) 1905
  • Arlene Francis 1908
  • Will Rogers, Jr. 1912
  • Granpa Jones (Louis Marshall) 1913
  • Fayard Nicholas 1914
  • Herschel Bernardi 1922
  • Art Buchwald 1925
  • Mickey Mantle (MLB) 1931
  • William Christopher 1932
  • Roosevelt Brown (NFL) 1932
  • Michael Dunn 1934
  • Jerry Orbach 1935
  • Bobby Seale 1936
  • Wanda Jackson 1937
  • Juan "Manito" Marichal (MLB) 1937
  • Jay Siegal (The Tokens) 1939
  • Earl Hindman 1942
  • Ric Lee (Ten Years After) 1945
  • Isaac Curtis (NFL) 1950
  • Al Greenwood (Foreigner) 1951
  • Melanie Mayron 1952
  • Dave Collins (MLB) 1952
  • Tom Petty 1953 
  • Keith Hernandez (MLB) 1953
  • Eric Scott 1958
  • Viggo Mortensen 1958
  • Mark King (Level 42) 1958
  • David Ryan (The Lemonheads) 1964
  • James G. Sonefeld (Hootie & the Blowfish) 1964
  • Fred Coury 1966 - Musician (Cinderella)
  • Dannii Minogue 1971
  • Snoop Doggy Dogg (Calvin Broadus) 1971



Saturday, October 19, 2019

Slower, Older, Smarter

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An Airbus 380 is on its way across the Atlantic. It flies consistently at 800 km/h in 30,000 feet, when suddenly a Eurofighter with Tempo Mach 2 appears.

The pilot of the fighter jet slows down, flies alongside the Airbus and greets the pilot of the passenger plane by radio: "Airbus flight, boring flight isn’t it? Take care and have a look here!”

He rolls his jet on its back, accelerates, breaks through the sound barrier, rises rapidly to a dizzying height, only to swoop down almost to sea level in a breathtaking dive. He loops back next to the Airbus and asks, "Well, how was that?"

The Airbus pilot answers: "Very impressive, but now have a look here!"

The jet pilot watches the Airbus, but nothing happens. It continues to fly stubbornly straight, with the same speed. After five minutes, the Airbus pilot radioed, "Well, what are you saying now?"

The jet pilot asks confused: "What did you do?" The other laughs and says, "I got up, stretched my legs, went to the back of the flight to the bathroom, got a cup of coffee and a cinnamon cake and made an appointment with the stewardess for the next three nights - in a 5 Star hotel, which is paid for by my employer. "

The moral of the story is:
When you are young, speed and adrenaline seems to be great. But as you get older and wiser, comfort and peace are not to be despised either.

This is called S.O.S.: Slower, Older, Smarter.

Dedicated to all my friends who like me likes the S.O.S. approach

Saturday, October 19, 2019

hoosgow \HOOS-gou\, noun:
  • Slang. a jail.
Hoosgow is likely a mispronunciation of the Mexican Spanish juzgao meaning "tribunal, court." This ultimately comes from the Latin judicare meaning "to judge."
  • A bunch of bullshit; unsupported bullshit; a notion stated a fact.
Aww, thats haberdash if he says he can jump across that huge river in one bound.
In which state was the Mormon religion founded?
  • In New York, in 1830, by Joseph Smith.
  • Yorktown campaign: British General Charles Cornwallis surrendered, effectively ending the land war of the American Revolution (1781)
  • Black Monday: the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 508 points — over 22% — setting a record for percentage decline that still stands (1987)
  • Guildford Four: men wrongly convicted for a deadly IRA bombing were cleared after 15 years in jail (1989)
  • Thomas Browne 1605
  • Annie Peck 1850
  • Charles Merrill 1885
  • Robert Beatty 1909
  • George Cates 1911
  • Lawanda Page 1920
  • Bern Bennett 1921
  • George Nader 1921
  • Jack Anderson 1922
  • John le Carre 1931
  • Robert Reed 1932
  • Peter Max 1937
  • Michael Gambon 1940
  • Simon Ward 1941
  • Peter Tosh 1944
  • Divine 1945
  • John Lithgow 1945
  • Patricia Ireland 1945
  • Jeannie C. Riley 1945
  • Patrick Simmons (Doobie Brothers) 1948
  • Lynn Dickey (NFL) 1949
  • Charlie Chase 1952
  • Nino DeFranco (The DeFranco Family) 1956
  • Karl Wallinger (Waterboys, World Party) 1957
  • Jennifer Holliday 1960
  • Evander Holyfield 1962
  • Todd Park Mohr (Big Head Todd and the Monsters) 1965
  • Jon Favreau 1966
  • Trey Parker 1969
  • Chris Kattan 1970
  • Pras Michel (The Fugees) 1972
  • Omar Gooding 1976
  • Cyndi Thompson 1976
  • Benjamin Salisbury 1980

Friday, October 18, 2019

Rock out with your cock out with Women in Uniform!

Women In Uniform

Beehive hairdo, 45 on the hip
Patrolwoman Saunders, don't you give her no whip
Took me to the station for a breathtest
then back to the bedroom for some house-arrest

Women in uniform, sometimes they look so cold
Women in uniform, but, Oh! They feel so warm
Coming back to London on a 747
Stewardess made me feel like I'm in heaven
Looking up the aisle to see what I could see
She leaned over said; Give it to me
White apron, brown leather shoes
The nurse at the clinic left my heart all bruised
Gave me a massage, sprained my right
Now she takes my temperature every night


Women in uniform, Women in uniform
Women in uniform, Women in uniform
Commando raid on the Lebanese border
Sergeant Anita, she gives the order
Khaki jacket and a love gun
Baby, I surrender, let's have some fun


Women in uniform, Women in uniform
Women in uniform, Women in uniform
Women in uniform, Khaki, white and blue
Women in uniform, coming after you
Women, women, Women in uniform
Women, women, Women in uniform

WTF Friday: Big Dick

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Friday, October 18, 2019

emanate \EM-uh-neyt\, verb:
  1. to flow out, issue, or proceed, as from a source or origin; come forth; originate. Synonyms: arise, spring, flow.
  2. to send forth; emit.
Emanate came to English in the mid-1700s from the Latin emanare literally meaning "to flow out." 
  • cleavage visible from the part of the shirt that covers the bottom of the female breasts
If that is not a deliberate underboob, I don't know what is.
What are the three things that Jack steals on his visits to the giant’s castle in the “Jack and the Beanstalk” fairy tale?
  • Two bags of golden coins, a hen that lays golden eggs, and a golden harp that plays on command.
  • Great Basel Earthquake: Swiss city was destroyed, along with parts of France and Germany (1356)
  • Edict of Nantes: law that had granted religious liberties to Protestants was revoked by Louis XIV and replaced with the Edict of Fontainebleau; many Protestants left France as a result (1685)
  • Moby-Dick: Herman Melville's novel about Captain Ahab's quest was published; it was originally entitled The Whale (1851)
  • Alaska: territory known as "Seward's Folly" was purchased by the US from Russia for approximately $7 million in gold bullion (1867)
  • Persons Case: a Judicial Committee of the Privy Council ruling in Edwards v. Canada determined that in Canada women could be defined as persons for political purposes (1929)
  • Giovanni Canaletto 1697
  • Salomon Andree 1854
  • Henri Bergson 1859
  • Lotte Lenya 1898
  • Miriam Hopkins 1902
  • James Brooks 1906
  • Bobby Troup 1918
  • Anita O'Day 1919
  • Pierre Elliott Trudeau (Canada) 1919
  • Melina Mercouri 1923
  • Chuck Berry 1926
  • George C. Scott 1927
  • Keith Jackson 1928
  • Violeta Barrios de Chamorro 1929
  • Forrest Gregg (NFL) 1933
  • Inger Stevens 1934
  • Peter Boyle 1935
  • Mike Ditka (NFL) 1939
  • Lee Harvey Oswald 1939
  • Willie Horton (MLB) 1942
  • Russ Giguere (The Association) 1943
  • Joe Morton 1947
  • Laura Nyro 1947
  • Paulette Williams 1948
  • Gary Richrath (REO Speedwagon) 1949
  • Wendy Wasserstein 1950
  • Pam Dawber 1951
  • Terry McMillan 1951
  • Jerry Royster (MLB) 1952
  • Keith Knudsen (The Doobie Brothers) 1952
  • Martina Navratilova 1956
  • Thomas Hearns 1958
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme 1960
  • Erin Moran 1961
  • Wynton Marsalis 1961
  • Vincent Spano 1962
  • Tim Cross (Sponge) 1966
  • Michael Stich 1968
  • Nonchalant 1973
  • Peter Svenson (The Cardigans) 1974
  • Ne-Yo (Shaffer Chimere Smith, Jr.) - Singer, rapper
  • Jesse Littleton (Marshall Dyllon) 1981
  • Frieda Selena Pinto 1984
  • Tyler Posey 1991 - Actor

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Turtle Thursday: Not a guard dog

Thursday, October 17, 2019

loblolly \LOB-lol-ee\, noun:
1. South Midland and Southern U.S. a mire; mudhole.
2. a thick gruel.
Loblolly is thought to be onomatopoeic, perhaps mimicking the sound of porridge or stew bubbling and boiling. 
beat time
  • Similar to bed time, but takes place about 5 minutes prior. It's that special time of night when, you guessed it, masturbation occurs.
"I gotta go, it's my beat time."

October 17
  • National girl hug a boy day, girls get to hug any boy they want :)
"Nation Girl Hug a Boy day is October 17!"
What now extinct flightless bird weighed close to a half-ton and stood 10 feet tall?
  • The elephant bird of Madagascar. A relative of the ostrich and emu, it’s believed to have been the largest bird ever. It disappeared soon after Madagascar was colonized in the 17th century. Scientists hope to bring the gigantic bird back through DNA extracted from eggshell fossils.
  • Battle of Saratoga: key battle of the American Revolutionary War ended with a major British surrender (1777)
  • Al Capone: mobster called Scarface who ruled much of Chicago was finally convicted — of income tax evasion; he served eight years of an 11-year sentence (1931)
  • 1973 Oil Crisis: was sparked when OPEC cut oil supplies to nations that supported Israel in the Yom Kippur War
  • Jupiter Hammon 1711
  • Charles Kraft 1880 - Founder of Kraft
  • Spring Byington 1893
  • Jean Arthur 1900
  • Irene Ryan 1902
  • Cozy (William) Cole 1909
  • John Mosley 1914
  • Jerry Siegel 1914
  • Arthur Miller 1915
  • Marsha Hunt 1917
  • Rita Hayworth 1918
  • Elie Abel 1920
  • Montgomery Clift 1920
  • Julie Adams 1926
  • Beverly Garland 1926
  • Tom Poston 1927
  • Johnny Klippstein (MLB) 1927
  • Jimmy Breslin 1930
  • Evel Knievel (Robert Craig) 1938
  • James Seals (Seals and Crofts) 1940
  • Earl Thomas Conley 1941
  • Gary Puckett (The Union Gap) 1942
  • Bob Seagren 1946
  • Jim Tucker (The Turtles) 1946
  • Michael McKean 1947
  • George Wendt 1948
  • Margot Kidder 1948
  • Bill Hudson (The Hudson Brothers) 1949
  • Howard Rollins 1950
  • Sam Bottoms 1955
  • Mae Jemison 1956
  • Vincent Van Patten 1957
  • Alan Jackson 1958
  • Mike Judge 1962
  • Norm MacDonald 1963
  • Ziggy Marley 1968
  • Chris Kirkpatrick ('N Sync) 1971
  • Marshall "Eminem" Mathers 1972
  • Felicity Jones 1983
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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Hasselhoff Wednesday: Funny Money