Monday, August 03, 2020

Look forward to Jenya!

Jenya D.


Hotty of the day!
see the full set at met art!

Jevgenija Diordijchuk (real name)

AKA: Yevgenia / Eugenia / Evgenia Diordiychuk, Jenya D, Katie Fey, Shawnee, Vanesa Gojgik

In 1492 he sailed the ocean blue....

I think we need a refresher about this guy and not the left's narrative...

Spotlight: On this date in 1492, Christopher Columbus set sail from Palos, Spain, on a voyage that would take him to the present-day Americas. His trip financed by Ferdinand of Aragón and  Isabella of Castile, Columbus sailed across the Atlantic with three ships — the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria — on a quest to show that one could get to India by sailing west. Columbus and his compatriots made landfall somewhere in the Bahamas. Though he is given credit for "discovering America," he didn't get the land named for him; that honor went to Amerigo Vespucci, who led voyages to the area at around the same time as Columbus. Vespucci reasoned that America was not the eastern part of Asia — as Columbus believed — but a new continent.

Quote: "By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination."  Christopher Columbus

Monday, August 3, 2020

flak \ flak \ , noun; 
  1. criticism; hostile reaction; abuse: Such an unpopular decision is bound to draw a lot of flak from the press. 
  2. antiaircraft fire, especially as experienced by the crews of combat airplanes at which the fire is directed.
Origin: This term dates from the 1930s and comes from the German Fl(ieger) a(bwehr) k(anone) . This translates to "aircraft defense gun."  

  • A small-sized hangover, usually comes with merely a mild headache, a vague fatigue, and little or no sense of regret and/or shame.
I didn't really drink that much last night, but I think I've got a leanover. Wtf!

  • Christopher Columbus: set sail from Palos, Spain, on the voyage that would take him to America (1492)
  • La Scala: leading opera house opened in Milan with a production of Salieri's opera Europa riconosciuta, which was not performed again until December 7, 2004, when La Scala reopened after renovations (1788)
  • NBA: the National Basketball League and the Basketball Association of America merged to form America's professional basketball league (1949)
  • USS Nautilus: the world's first nuclear-powered submarine sailed over the North Pole underwater in a journey under the Arctic ice cap (1958)
  • Air Traffic Controllers Strike: PATCO workers walked out, leading to the firing of nearly all air traffic controllers by President Ronald Reagan two days later; in the wake of this event, US labor unions were weakened (1981)
  • Statue of Liberty: pedestal reopened to the public for first time since 9/11 (2004)
  • Ernie Pyle 1900
  • John T. Scopes 1900
  • Ray Bloch 1902
  • Margaret Kuhn 1905
  • Dolores Del Rio 1905
  • John Gunther 1910
  • Charlie Shavers (John Kirby Sextet) 1917
  • Les Elgart 1918
  • P.D. James 1920
  • Richard Adler 1921
  • Marilyn Maxwell 1921
  • Leon Uris 1924
  • Gordon Stoker 1924 - Musician (The Jordanaires)
  • Tony Bennett 1926
  • Gordon Scott 1927
  • Alex Cord 1931
  • Elsa Martinelli 1933
  • Stephen Berkoff 1937
  • Martin Sheen 1940
  • Lance Alworth 1940
  • Martha Stewart 1941
  • Beverly Lee 1941 - Musician (The Shirelles)
  • B.B. Dickerson 1949 - Musician (War)
  • John Landis 1950
  • imagebam.comJoMarie Payton 1950
  • Jay North 1951
  • Marcel Dionne 1951
  • Johnny Graham 1951 - Musician (Earth, Wind & Fire)
  • John C. McGinley 1959
  • James Hetfield 1963 - Musician (Metallica)
  • Ed Roland 1963 - Musician (Collective Soul)
  • Dean Sams 1966 - Musician (Lonestar)
    Michael Ealy 1973 - Actor (Almost Human, Underworld 4)
  • Shirley Manson 1966 - (Garbage)
  • Evangeline Lilly 1979 - Actress ("Lost")
  • Holly Artnstein (Dream) 1985

Sunday, August 02, 2020


Sunday, August 2, 2020

scofflaw \ SKAWF-law, SKOF- \ , noun; 
  1. a person who flouts the law, especially one who fails to pay fines owed. 
  2. a person who flouts rules, conventions, or accepted practices. 
Origin: Scofflaw is a portmanteau that describes a person who scoffs, or mocks, the law. It's been used in English since the 1920s. 

finger guns
  • A way for creepy people with porn mustaches to say hello or "I understand". Hold your fingers in the shape of guns (use both hands for maximum effect) and point at someone who just arrived. Bend thumbs to simulate shooting your finger guns and make a clicking sound with your mouth. May be accompanied with a wink in extreme cases.
That dude that looks like he just fell out of the 70's just offered me a piece of candy and then winked and gave me finger guns. I said no.

David Hasselhoff loves finger guns | Popbabble
  • Declaration of Independence: members of the Continental Congress began putting their John Hancocks on "The Unanimous Declaration of the 13 United States of America" (1776)
  • Marihuana Tax Act: US law doused marijuana use, sale and possession with sheer legal intricacy (1937)
  • PT-109: a torpedo boat commanded by Lt. John F. Kennedy was sunk off the Solomon Islands by a Japanese destroyer (1943)
  • Gulf of Tonkin: the Pentagon reported attacks on US ships by North Vietnamese; the incident led to a Congressional resolution and expansion of the war effort (1964)
  • Kuwait: was invaded by Iraq, triggering the Gulf War five months later (1990)
  • Sir Arthur Edward Drummond Bliss 1891
  • Myrna Loy 1905
  • Beatrice Straight 1918
  • James Baldwin 1924
  • Carroll O'Connor 1924
  • Peter O'Toole 1932
  • Hank Cochran 1935
  • Garth Hudson (The Band) 1937
  • Wes Craven 1939
  • Edward Patten (Gladys Knight and the Pips) 1939
  • Doris Kenner-Jackson (The Shirelles) 1941
  • Kathy Lennon 1942 - Musician (The Lennon Sisters)
  • Max Wright 1943
  • Joanna Cassidy 1945
  • Lance Ito 1950
  • Andrew Gold 1951
  • Butch Vig 1955 (Garbage)
  • Mojo Nixon 1957
  • Victoria Jackson 1959
  • Apollonia 1961
  • Cynthia Stevenson 1963
  • Mary-Louise Parker1964
  • John Stanier (Helmet) 1968
  • Kevin Smith 1970
  • Zelma Davis (C+C Music Factory) 1970
  • Angel Lynn Boris 1974
  • Edward Furlong 1977
  • Charli XCX (Charlotte Emma Aitchinson) 1992