Tuesday, June 02, 2020

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

rile \ rahyl \ , verb;
1. to irritate or vex.
2. to roil (water or the like). 
Origin: Rile is a variant of roil that arose in the early 1800s.

Chuck a Spaz
  • It means to have a fit, whether it be epileptic or emotional. To forego rationality and opt for spasmodic movements, arms flailing, and utterances of an incoherent nature. Likewise, it is the behavior of people who get upset when they don't understand something.
Ignorant people will chuck a spaz when you pitch your latest theory on anti-matter and the black hold vortices. 
OR 
I need some heroin now and if you don't give it to me I'll chuck a spaz.

History
  • Grover Cleveland: married Frances Folsom, becoming the first (and, so far, only) president to be married in the White House (1886)
  • Native Americans: were granted US citizenship (1924)
  • Lou Gehrig: Yankee slugger died of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, a rare degenerative disease that now carries his name (1941)
  • Queen Elizabeth II: coronation of the long-reigning monarch was held in Westminster Abbey; she wore a gown embroidered with floral emblems of the countries of the Commonwealth (1953)
Birthdays
  • Marquis de Sade 1740 - French aristocrat, revolutionary and writer
  • Thomas Hardy 1840 - Novelist and poet of the naturalist movement
  • Johnny Weissmuller 1904 - Olympic swimmer, he was the sixth actor to portray Tarzan in movies
  • Ben Grauer 1908 - Radio and television personality
  • Max Showalter 1917 - Film, television, stage actor, composer, pianist, singer
  • Milo O'Shea 1926 - Actor
  • Carl Butler 1927 - Country music singer
  • Pete Conrad (Charles "Pete" Conrad, Jr.) 1930 - American naval officer, third person to walk on the moon
  • Barry Levinson 1933 - Screenwriter, film director, actor
  • Sally Kellerman 1937 - Actress
  • Charles Miller (Charles "Charlie" Miller) 1939 - Scottish football player
  • Stacy Keach 1941 - Actor
  • William Guest 1941 - Singer (Gladys Knight and The Pips)
  • Charlie Watts 1941 - Musician (Rolling Stones)
  • Charles Haid 1943 - Actor ("Hill Street Blues")
  • Marvin Hamlisch 1944 - Composer
  • Jon Peters (John H. Peters) 1945 - Movie producer
  • Jerry Mathers 1948 - Actor ("Leave it to Beaver")
  • Joanna Gleason 1950 - Actress
  • Diana Canova 1953 - Actress
  • Dennis Haysbert 1954 - Actor ("24")
  • Dana Carvey 1955 - Comedian, actor ("Saturday Night Live," "Moving")
  • Gary Grimes 1955 - Actor
  • Lydia Lynch 1959 - Singer, poet, writer, actress
  • Michael Steel 1959 - Musician (Bangles)
  • Tony Hadley 1959 - Musician (Spandau Ballet)
  • Kyle Petty 1960 - Auto racer
    Lester Napoleon Green 1968 - Beetlejuice (Stern Show)
  • Merril Bainbridge 1968 - Singer, songwriter
  • B-Real 1970 - Musician (Cypress Hill)
  • Conny Valentina 1971 - Artist
  • Wayne Brady 1972 - Actor, comedian ("Whose Line is it Anyway")
  • Wentworth Miller 1972 - Actor ("Prison Break")
  • Zachary Quinto 1977 - Actor ("Star Trek")
  • Nikki Cox 1978 - Actress
  • Justin Long 1978 - Actor ("Dodge Ball," "Live Free or Die Hard")
  • Dominic Cooper 1978 - Actor
    Morena Baccarin 1979 - Actress (V, Firefly)
  • Irish Grinstead 1980 - Musician (702)

Monday, June 01, 2020

Look forward to Laura Michelle!

Laura Michelle Prestin
Hotty of the day

Monday, June 1, 2020

feminacy \FEM-uh-nuh-see\, noun:
  • feminine nature.
Feminacy entered English in the 18th century from the Latin roots fēmin meaning "woman" and -acy, a suffix denoting nouns of quality, such as papacy and legacy.
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History
  • Kentucky: became the 15th state in the US (1792); Tennessee joined the Union four years later (1796)
  • Don't give up the ship: the mortally wounded commander of the frigate Chesapeake, Captain James Lawrence cried out these words; the US Navy adopted them as its motto (1813)
  • North magnetic pole: was found for the first time, by English explorer James Clark Ross on the Boothia Peninsula (1831)
  • Action Comics: debuted, featuring Superman (1938)
  • CNN: Ted Turner's network began 24-hour live news broadcasts (1980)
  • Nepalese royal massacre: 10 people were slain in Narayanhity Royal Palace, including the king and queen; Crown Prince Dipendra was accused of murder-suicide (2001)
Birthdays
  • Brigham Young 1801
  • Nelson Riddle 1921
  • Richard Erdman 1925
  • Andy Griffith 1926 - Actor
  • Norma Jeane Mortenson (Marilyn Monroe) 1926 - Actress
  • Pat Corley 1930
  • Edward Woodard 1930
  • Pat Boone 1934 - Singer
  • Peter Masterson 1934
  • Morgan Freeman 1937 - Actor
  • Cleavon Little 1939
  • Rene Auberjonois 1940
  • Fredrica von Stade 1945
  • Brian Cox 1946
  • Jonathan Pryce 1947
  • Ron Wood 1947 - Musician (Rolling Stones)
  • Tom Sneva 1948
  • Powers Boothe 1949 - Actor
  • Gemma Craven 1950
  • Graham Russell 1950 - Musician (Air Supply)
  • Ronnie Dunn 1953 - Musician (Brooks and Dunn)
  • Lisa Hartman Black 1956 - Actress
  • Alan Wilder 1959 - Musician (Depeche Mode)
  • Simon Gallup 1960 - Musician (The Cure)
  • Richard Comeaux 1961 - Musician (River)
  • Paul Coffey 1961 - Hockey player
  • Mike Joyce 1963 - Musician (Smiths)
  • Jason Donovan 1968
  • Teri Polo 1969 - Actress
  • Derek Lowe 1973 - Baseball player
  • Heidi Klum 1973 - Model, television host ("Project Runaway")
  • Alanis Morissette 1974 - Musician
  • Santana Moss 1979 - Football player
  • Damien Fahey 1980 - Television host ("Total Request Live")
  • Justine Henin 1982 - Tennis player

  
   
    
   
 

Sunday, May 31, 2020

The Talking Dog (2014)

A guy is driving around the back woods of Tennessee and he sees a sign in front of a broken down shanty-style house: "Talking Dog For Sale." He rings the bell and the owner appears and tells him the dog is in the backyard.

The guy goes into the backyard and sees a nice looking Labrador retriever sitting there.

"You talk?" he asks.

"Yep," the Lab replies.

After the guy recovers from the shock of hearing a dog talk, he says "So, what's your story?"

The Lab looks up and says, "Well, I discovered that I could talk when I was pretty young. I wanted to help the government, so I told the CIA. In no time at all they had me jetting from country to country, sitting in rooms with spies and world leaders, because no one figured a dog would be eavesdropping. I was one of their most valuable spies for eight years running."

"But the jetting around really tired me out, and I knew I wasn't getting any younger so I decided to settle down. I signed up for a job at the airport to do some undercover security, wandering near suspicious characters and listening in."

"I uncovered some incredible dealings and was awarded a batch of medals. I got married, had a mess of puppies, and now I'm just retired."

The guy is amazed. He goes back in and asks the owner what he wants for the dog.

"Ten dollars," the guy says.

"Ten dollars? This dog is amazing! Why on earth are you selling him so cheap?"

"Because he's a liar. He never did any of that shit."

Sunday, May 31, 2020

toothsome \TOOTH-suhm\, adjective:
1. Pleasing to the taste; delicious; as, "a toothsome pie."
2. Agreeable; attractive; as, "a toothsome offer."
3. Sexually attractive.
Toothsome is derived from tooth + -some.
As You Know
  • A derogatory prepatory statement in a sentence used when telling someone something they should already know, but, in fact the author knows they do not.
As you know, gang leadership is run from the Prison Infrastructure.

History
  • Copyright Act of 1790: was signed into law by US president George Washington; it initially covered only books, maps and charts
  • Ford Motor Company: produced the last "Tin Lizzie" and began producing the Model A (1927)
  • South Africa: became an independent republic (1961)
  • Ancash earthquake: killed more than 47,000 in Peru (1970)
  • Deep Throat: Watergate whistleblower's identity was revealed after 30 years of secrecy; he was W. Mark Felt, a former associate director of the FBI (2005)
Birthdays
  • Alexander Cruden 1701
  • Walt Whitman 1819 - Poet, essayist, journalist, humanist
  • Fred Allen 1894
  • Norman Vincent Peale 1898
  • Don Ameche 1908
  • Edward Bennett Williams 1920
  • Denholm Elliot 1922
  • Ellsworth Kelly 1923
  • Prince Rainier III 1923
  • Clint Eastwood 1930 - Actor ("Dirty Harry")
  • Shirley Verrett 1933
  • Jim Hutton 1934
  • Ronald Laird 1935
  • Keir Dullea 1936
  • Johnny Paycheck 1938
  • Peter Yarrow 1938 - Musician (Peter, Paul and Mary)
  • Augie Meyers 1940 - Musician (Texas Tornados)
  • Terry Waite 1939
  • Joe Namath 1943 - Football player
  • Sharon Gless 1943 - Actress ("Cagney and Lacey") 
  • John Bonham 1948 - Musician (Led Zeppelin)
  • Stanley Dancer 1949
  • Tom Berenger 1950 - Actor ("The Big Chill," "Platoon")
  • Gregory Harrison 1950 - Actor
  • Colm Meaney 1953
  • Roma Maffia 1958 - Actress ("Nip/Tuck")
  • Kyle Secor 1960
  • Chris Elliot 1960 - Comedian
  • Lea Thompson 1961 - Actress ("Back to the Future" movies)
  • Corey Hart 1962 - Singer
  • Wendy Smith 1963 - Musician (Prefab Sprout)
  • Darryl McDaniels (DMC) 1964 - Rapper
  • Kid Frost 1964 - Rapper
  • Brooke Shields 1965 - Actress
  • Charlie Schlatter 1966
  • Kenny Lofton 1967 - Baseball player
  • Christian McBride 1972 - Musician
  • Colin Farrell 1976 - Actor
  • Jake Peavy 1981 - Baseball player
  • Curtis Williams Jr. 1987 

Saturday, May 30, 2020

Be brave


  
  
  
  
 

Saturday, May 30, 2020

vertiginous \vur-TIJ-uh-nuhs\, adjective:
1. Affected with vertigo; giddy; dizzy.
2. Causing or tending to cause dizziness.
3. Turning round; whirling; revolving.
4. Inclined to change quickly or frequently; inconstant.
Vertiginous derives from Latin vertigo, "a turning round, a whirling round; giddiness," from vertere, "to turn." Related words include reverse, "to turn back (re-) or around"; subvert, "to undermine" (from sub-, "under" + vertere -- at root "to turn from under, to overturn"); and versus, "against" (from versus, "turned towards," hence "facing, opposed," from the past participle of vertere).

upcycling 
  • The practice of converting waste materials into products of greater value.
By upcycling, the contractor took a junked Boeing 747 and created a home for a client. 

History
  • Joan of Arc: French heroine was burned at the stake for heresy (1431)
  • Indy 500: the first was held; it was won by Ray Harroun driving a car fitted with a revolutionary rear-view mirror (1911)
  • Lincoln Memorial: US presidential memorial, styled after a Greek temple, was established to honor Abraham Lincoln (1922)
  • Goddess of Democracy: 30-ft. statue was erected by demonstrators at Tiananmen Square, Beijing (1989)
  • Ground Zero: recovery effort officially ended with the removal of the last remaining piece of structural steel (2002)
Birthdays
  • Peter I (Russia) 1672
  • Arthur Vining Davis 1867
  • Stepin Fetchit 1892
  • Cornelia Otis Skinner 1901
  • Mel Blanc 1908
  • Benny Goodman 1909
  • Joseph Stein 1912
  • Pee Wee Erwin 1913
  • Frank Blair 1915
  • Joseph W. Kennedy 1916 - bootlegger
  • George London 1920
  • Franklin Schaffner 1920
  • Johnny Gimble 1926
  • Clint Walker 1927
  • Ruta Lee 1936
  • Dave Hill 1937
  • Michael J. Pollard 1939
  • Gale Sayers 1943 - Football player
  • Lenny Davidson 1944 - Musician (The Dave Clark Five)
  • Meredith MacRae 1945
  • Stephen Tobolowsky 1951
  • Nicky "Topper" Headon 1955 - Musician (The Clash)
  • Ted McGinley 1958
  • Marie Fredriksson 1958 - Musician (Roxette)
  • Ralph Carter 1961
  • Wynonna Judd 1964 - Country musician (The Judds)
  • Tom Morello 1964 - Musician (Rage Against The Machine)
  • Patrick Dahlheimer 1971 - Musician (Live)
  • Manny Ramirez 1972
  • Trey Parker 1972
  • Cee-Lo Green 1974 - (Goodie Mob)
  • Blake Bashoff 1981