Sunday, August 25, 2019

So sorry

FOR PARTY ROCKIN

Sunday, August 25, 2019

finagle \fi-NEY-guhl\, verb: 
  1. to trick, swindle, or cheat (a person) (often followed by out of): He finagled the backers out of a fortune.
  2. to get or achieve (something) by guile, trickery, or manipulation: to finagle an assignment to the Membership Committee.
  3. to practice deception or fraud; scheme.
Finagle likely comes from the English dialect term fainaigue meaning "to cheat." It entered English in the 1920s.
 
literally
  • People often confuse this word with figuratively.
-Dude, you figuratively died of embarassment, you illiterate dipshit.

History
  • New Orleans: was founded by French colonists (1718)
  • Great Moon Hoax: the first of six articles appeared in The New York Sun, discussing a variety of animal life supposedly discovered on the moon (1835)
  • English Channel: was swum for the first time, by Matthew Webb (1875); he died eight years later attempting a swim in the rapids beneath Niagara Falls
  • Paris: was liberated by the Allies in World War II (1944)
  • Aaliyah: singer/actor died in a plane crash in the Bahamas (2001)
Birthdays
  • Allen Pinkerton 1819
  • Bret Harte 1836
  • Emile Kocher 1841
  • Charles Richet 1850
  • Sir Hans Adolf Krebs 1900
  • Clara Bow 1905
  • Ruby Keeler 1909
  • Michael Rennie 1909
  • Walt Kelly 1913
  • Van Johnson 1916
  • Frederick Robbins 1916
  • Mel Ferrer 1917
  • Dan DeFore 1917
  • Richard Greene 1918
  • Leonard Bernstein 1918
  • George C. Wallace 1919
  • Monty Hall 1923
  • Althea Gibson 1927
  • Sean Connery 1930
  • Page Johnson 1930
  • Regis Philbin 1931
  • Tom Skerritt 1933 (ALIEN)
  • Wayne Shorter 1933
  • Hugh Hudson 1936
  • David Canary 1938
  • Marshall Brickman 1941
  • Walter Williams (The O'Jays) 1942
  • Anthony Heald 1944
  • Jacques Demers 1944
  • Rollie Fingers 1946
  • Anne Archer 1947
  • John Savage 1949
  • Gene Simmons 1949 - Musician (KISS)
  • Henry Paul (Blackhawk) 1949
  • Rob Halford 1951 - Singer (Judas Priest)
  • Elvis Costello 1954
  • Tim Burton 1958
  • Ally Walker 1961
  • Billy Ray Cyrus 1961
  • Vivian Campbell (Def Leppard) 1962
  • Morgan Englund 1964
  • Blair Underwood 1964
  • Joanne Whalley-Kilmer 1964
  • Albert Belle 1966
  • Terminator X (Public Enemy) 1966
  • Robert Horry 1969
  • Jo Dee Messina 1969
  • Claudia Schiffer 1971
  • Kel Mitchell 1978
  • Rachel Bilson 1981
  • Blake Lively 1986
 

Saturday, August 24, 2019

Gonna crush in some skulls

Take some souls.

Pearl of Wisdom

Quote of the day:
 
"You're fat. I won't sugar coat it cuz you'll eat that too!"

Saturday, August 24, 2019

waif \weyf\, noun: 
1. a person, especially a child, who has no home or friends.
2. something found, especially a stray animal, whose owner is not known.
3. a stray item or article: to gather waifs of gossip.
4. Nautical. waft.
Waif likely finds its roots in the Old Norse veif meaning "waving thing" or "flag."
 
buceta
  • female genital. its means cunt in portuguese. people avoid to say that word in public.
eu quero lamber sua buceta 
i want to lick your cunt
 
Trivia
Nautically speaking, what’s a moonraker? How about a skyscraper?
  • They’re both sails. A moonraker is a small, light square sail that is set above the skysail on a square-rigged ship in light winds. If the sail is triangular, it’s called a skyscraper.
History
  • St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre: the murder of 70,000 French Protestants (Huguenots) by Catholics began (1572)
  • White House: the seat of the US government was burned down by the British when they invaded Washington, DC, during the War of 1812 (1814)
  • Treaty of Cordóba: Mexico gained independence from Spain (1821)
  • Pluto: got demoted to dwarf planet following a redefinition of "planet" by the International Astronomical Union (2006)
Birthdays
  • Joshua Lionel Cowen 1880
  • Jose Luis Borges 1899
  • Edmund Germer 1901
  • Preston Foster 1901
  • Durward Kirby 1912
  • Dennis James 1917
  • Penny Edwards 1919
  • Louis Teicher 1924
  • Yasser Arafat 1929
  • Roger McCluskey 1930
  • Kenny Baker1934
  • Murray Balfour 1936
  • Mason Williams 1938
  • David Freiburg (Jefferson Starship) 1938
  • Ernest Wright (Little Anthony and the Imperials) 1941
  • Marshall Thompson (The Chi-Lites) 1942
  • John Cipollina (Quicksilver Messenger) 1943
  • Gregory Jarvis 1944
  • Jim Capaldi (Traffic) 1944
  • Jim Brady (The Sandpipers) 1944
  • Ken Hensley (Uriah Heep) 1945
  • Joe Regalbuto 1949
  • Mike Shanahan 1952
  • Jeffrey Daniel (Shalamar) 1955
  • Gerry Cooney 1956
  • Stephen Fry 1957
  • Steve Guttenberg 1958
  • Cal Ripken, Jr. 1960
  • Mark Bedford (Madness) 1961
  • Craig Kilborn 1962
  • John Bush (Anthrax) 1963
  • Marlee Matlin 1965
  • Reggie Miller 1965
  • Kristin Osborn (SheDaisy) 1970
  • David Chappelle 1973
  • Carmine Giovinazzo 1973
  • Chad Michael Murray 1981
  • Rupert Grint 1988



Friday, August 23, 2019

Rock out with your c0xx0r out!


nails Pictures, Images and Photos

Headed to PA for a couple days with the lovely Mrs. Bax0jayz, enjoy this for now...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1Zulx4mjHk 

"We're In This Together"
Nine Inch Nails



I've become impossible
holding on to when
when everything seemed to matter more
the two of us
all used and beaten up
watching fate as it flows down the path we
have chose


you and me
we're in this together now
none of them can stop us now
we will make it through somehow
you and me
if the world should break in two
until the very end of me
until the very end of you


awake to the sound as they peel apart the skin
they pick and they pull
trying to get their fingers in
well they've got to kill what we've found
well they've got to hate what they fear
well they've got to make it go away
well they've got to make it disappear


the farther I fall I'm beside you
as lost as I get I will find you
the deeper the wound I'm inside you
for ever and ever I'm a part of


you and me
we're in this together now
none of them can stop us now
we will make it through somehow
you and me
if the world should break in two
until the very end of me
until the very end of you


all that we were is gone we have to hold on
when all our hope is gone we have to hold on
all that we were is gone but we can hold on


you and me
we're in this together now
none of them can stop us now
we will make it through somehow
you and me
even after everything
you're the queen and I'm the king
nothing else means anything

WTF Friday: Grrrrrrrrrrosssssssssssss!

WTF - Not sure if I would be able to eat it anyway

Gross.

Friday, August 23, 2019

holograph \HOL-uh-graf, -grahf, HOH-luh-\, adjective: 
1. wholly written by the person in whose name it appears: a holograph letter.
noun:
1. a holograph writing, as a deed, will, or letter.
Holograph entered English in the 18th century from the Greek holos + graph, meaning "whole written."
 
Post-Adolescent Idealistic Phase
  • The time after the pointless teen years in which a young person develops what are called "standards" and "morals." It is a time in which eyes are opened and "The Truth" suddenly becomes clear. Usually beginning when one enters college, said young person reads deep literature, searches for the meaning of life, and listens to college radio, all the while secretly becoming even more confused than when he/she was an lame 16 year old. The Post-Adolescent Idealistic Phase usually entails naive 18-20something year olds upholding hopeful, yet unrealistic morals. Often, utopian dreams can be confused for "The Truth." After the phase has ended, the young person must beware becoming highly hypocritical and/or jaded once life has slapped them around a bit.
"Is Josh giving you shit because he going through his post-adolescent idealistic phase?" 
Dionne on Josh, "Clueless"
 
Trivia
What cigarette was once advertised with the slogan, “More doctors smoke [this brand] than any other cigarette”?
  • Camel.
History
  • William Wallace: Scottish nationalist who opposed British rule, and on whom Braveheart was based, was executed in London (1305)
  • Franklin: area that is now part of Tennessee seceded from North Carolina; it failed to win acceptance as one of the United States (1784)
  • Rudolph Valentino: death of the 31-year-old silent screen sex symbol known as the quintessential Latin lover caused mass hysterical mourning (1926)
  • Sacco and Vanzetti: Italian-American anarchists were executed by electric chair for murder during an armed robbery; questions about the fairness of their trial remain (1927)
Birthdays
  • Louis XVI (France) 1754
  • Oliver Hazard Perry 1785
  • Edgar Lee Masters 1869
  • Gene Kelly 1912
  • Bob Crosby (The Bob Cats) 1913
  • Tex Williams 1917
  • Jean Darling 1925
  • Peter Thompson 1929
  • Vera Miles 1930
  • Mark Russell 1932
  • Barbara Eden 1934 - Actress ("I Dream of Jeannie")
  • Sonny Jurgensen 1934
  • Rudy Lewis (Drifters) 1936
  • Ronnie Cox 1938
  • Tony Bill 1940
  • Richard Sanders 1940
  • Patricia McBride 1942
  • Antonia Novello 1944
  • Rex Allen Jr. 1947
  • Keith Moon 1947 - Musician (The Who)
  • Shelley Long 1949 - Actress
  • Rick Springfield 1949 - Actor / Singer
  • Woody Paul (Riders in the Sky) 1949
  • Mark Hudson 1951
  • Jimi Jamison 1951 - Musician (Survivor)
  • Bobby G. (Bucks Fizz) 1953
  • Dean DeLeo (Stone Temple Pilots) 1961
  • Shaun Ryder (Happy Mondays, Black Grape) 1962
  • River Phoenix 1970
  • Jay Mohr 1971
  • Ray Park 1974 (Darth Maul)
  • Kobe Bryant 1978 - Basketball player
  • Joanne Froggatt 1980 - Actress ("Downton Abbey")