Friday, August 17, 2018


pizza Pictures, Images and Photos

Tonight is PIZZA NIGHT at the BPMS. My record is NINE SLICES of Brooklyn made NY Style pizza, which also happens to be the club record. I wonder what damage can I do tonight?

Eat well!

Have a great weekend!

Friday, August 17, 2018

traject \truh-JEKT\, verb:
  • To transport, transmit, or transpose.
Traject stems from the Latin word jacere meaning "to throw" and the prefix trā- which is a variation of the prefix trans- meaning "across" or "beyond." 
  • Derived from the term Brazilian which refers to the near-complete removal of the pubic and ass-crack hair via waxing. Refers to the analogous procedure performed on a man, usually in the hopes of receiving friction-free group anilingus at the local rest stop from mustachioed long-haul truckers.
Oh heavens! Chauncy's brozilian is just begging to be slathered in Astroglide!

In what city was celebrity socialite Paris Hilton born?
  • New York City—not Paris.
  • Robert Fulton: launches his steamboat trip up the Hudson from New York to Albany (1807)
  • Pike Place Market: Seattle's top tourist destination and one of the oldest farmers' markets in the US opened for business (1907)
  • Peter Fechter: 18-year-old was killed as he attempted to cross the Berlin Wall; East German guards shot him and he was left to bleed to death (1962)
  • Double Eagle II: became the first hot-air balloon to complete a transatlantic flight, from Presque Isle, Maine, to Miserey, France (1978)
  • Davy Crockett 1786
  • Samuel Goldwyn 1882
  • Monty Woolley 1888
  • Mae West 1893
  • Quincy Howe 1900
  • Ann Harding 1901
  • Larry Clinton 1909
  • Maureen O'Hara 1921
  • Larry Rivers 1923
  • Gary Powers 1929
  • Glenn Corbett 1929
  • Duke Pearson 1932
  • Luther Allison 1939
  • Robert De Niro 1943
  • Martha Coolidge 1946
  • Gary Talley 1947
  • Sib Hashian (Boston)1949
  • Robert Joy 1951
  • Nelson Piquet 1952
  • Kevin Rowland (Dexy's Midnight Runners) 1953
  • Kevin Welch 1955
  • Colin Moulding (XTC) 1955
  • Belinda Carlisle (Go-Go's) 1958
  • Sean Penn 1960
  • Everette Harp 1961
  • Gilby Clark (Guns N' Roses) 1962
  • Maria McKee 1964
  • Steve Gorman (The Black Crowes) 1965
  • Jill Cunniff (Luscious Jackson) 1966
  • David Conrad 1967
  • Posdnuos 1969
  • Donnie Wahlberg (New Kids on the Block) 1969
  • Jim Courier 1970
  • Bryton McClure 1986

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Turtle Thursday from 2013

Above: an enhanced pic of green sea turtles from a previous visit to Barbados.
Below, the original pic from the camera. Imaging software does wonders!

Thursday, August 16, 2018

cathect \kuh-THEKT\, verb:
  • To invest emotion or feeling in an idea, object, or another person.
Cathect is a backformation that emerged in the 1930s. It comes from the idea of cathexis from Sigmund Freud's term for emotional investment. 

Shatner texting 

  • When someone sends several 1-3 word texts to complete a sentence, thought, phrase, or anything that would take a normal person one text to send. This behavior can cause the reciever of Shatner texts to have their phones freeze because of the abundance or texts coming at once. It can also cause aggravation and annoyance because the reciever cannot read the first text because the rest of the texts are strolling in. Not to be confused with spamming. Named after William Shatner's speech patterns.
(Bob texting Mary) 
Bob:What are

Bob:doing later
Bob: this evening?
Bob:I was
Bob:maybe you
Bob: and
Mary: Stop Shatner texting me!
Bob: I
Bob:could see
Bob: a movie
Bob: at the
Bob: cinema
Mary:*throws phone*

  • Cyprus: was granted independence from Britain (1960)
  • Joseph Kittinger: USAF pilot set records for a parachute jump, including fastest speed by a person through the atmosphere — 614 mph/988 kph (1960)
  • Elvis Presley: The King was found dead of heart failure at his Memphis estate, Graceland (1977)
  • harmonic convergence: thousands began a two-day celebration ushering in a period of purification and cleansing of the Earth and humankind (1987)
  • Amos Alonzo Stagg 1862
  • Bernard McFadden 1868
  • George Meany 1894
  • Mae Clarke 1910
  • Menachem Begin (Israel) 1913
  • Al Hibbler 1915
  • Charles Bukowski 1920
  • Shimon Peres (Israel) 1923
  • Fess Parker 1925
  • Ann Blyth 1928
  • Lois Nettleton 1929
  • Robert Culp 1930
  • Tony Trabert 1930
  • Frank Gifford 1930
  • Eydie Gorme 1932
  • Julie Newmar 1933
  • John Standing 1934
  • Anita Gillette 1936
  • Carole Shelley 1939
  • Billy Joe Shaver 1939
  • Barbara George 1942
  • Robert Lester (The Chi-Lites) 1942
  • Bob Balaban 1945
  • Suzanne Farrell 1945
  • Lesley Ann Warren 1946
  • Joey Spampinato (NRBQ) 1950
  • Reginald Vel Johnson 1952
  • Kathie Lee Gifford 1953
  • James J.T. Taylor (Kool and The Gang) 1953
  • Kevin Rowland (Dexy's Midnight Runners) 1953
  • James Cameron 1954
  • Tim Farriss (INXS) 1957
  • Angela Bassett 1958
  • Madonna Louise Ciccone 1958
  • Laura Innes 1959
  • Timothy Hutton 1960
  • Steve Carell 1962 (40 Year Old Virgin)
  • Maria McKee (Lone Justice) 1964
  • Donovan Leitch, Jr. 1968 - Actor, son of Donovan (the singer)
  • Emily Robinson (The Dixie Chicks) 1972
  • Vanessa Carlton 1980
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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Hasselhoff Wednesday: HOFF-pedo


Look out! Here he comes!
The Hoff torpedo!

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

guff \guhff\, noun:
  1. Empty or foolish talk; nonsense.
  2. Insolent talk.
Guff is of unknown origin. It arose in the 1820s in the United States. It may be related to a Norwegian dialectic word gufs meaning "puff of wind." 
watch this
  • Something said right before a person does something amazingly stupid.
Hey Peter, watch this!
*jumps off the roof with an umbrella and breaks both legs*

  • 1057 - Macbeth, the King of Scotland, was killed by the son of King Duncan.
  • 1848 - The dental chair was patented by M. Waldo Hanchett.
  • 1911 - The product Crisco was introduced by Procter & Gamble Company.
  • 1914 - The Panama Canal was officially opened to commercial traffic as an American ship sailed from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.
  • 1944 - The Allied forces of World War II landed in southern France.
  • 1945 - The Allies proclaimed V-J Day a day after Japan agreed to surrender unconditionally.
  • 1947 - India became independent from Britain and was divided into the countries of India and Pakistan. India had been under British about 200 years.
  • 1961 - East German workers began construction of the Berlin Wall.
  • 2001 - Astronomers announced the discovery of the first solar system outside our own. They had discovered two planets orbiting a star in the Big Dipper.
  • Napoleon Bonaparte 1769
  • Sir Walter Scott 1771
  • Ethel Barrymore 1879
  • Edna Ferber 1887
  • T.E. Lawrence ("Lawrence of Arabia") 1888
  • Bill Baird 1904
  • Hugo Winterhalter 1909
  • Julia Child 1912
  • Wendy Hiller 1912
  • Huntz Hall 1919
  • Rose-Marie 1923
  • Robert Bolt 1924
  • Phyllis Schlafly 1924
  • Rose Maddox 1925
  • Mike Connors 1925
  • Oscar Peterson 1925
  • Bill Pinkney (The Drifters) 1925
  • Nicolas Roeg 1928
  • Janice Rule 1931
  • Abby Dalton 1932
  • Lori Nelson 1933
  • Bobby Helms 1933
  • Bobby Byrd 1934
  • Jim Dale 1935
  • Vernon Jordan 1935
  • Pat Priest 1936
  • Stephen Breyer 1938
  • Don Rich 1941
  • Pete York (Spencer Davis Group) 1942
  • Linda Ellerbee 1944
  • Jill Haworth 1945
  • Jimmy Webb 1946
  • Tom Johnston 1948 - Musician (Doobie Brothers)
  • Tess Harper 1950
  • Princess Anne (England) 1950
  • Larry Mathews 1955
  • Zeljko Ivanek 1957
  • Matt Johnson (The The) 1961
  • Debi Mazar 1964
  • Angela Rae (Wild Horses) 1966
  • MCA (The Beastie Boys) 1967
  • Debra Messing 1968
  • Anthony Anderson 1970
  • Ben Affleck 1972
  • Michael Graham (Boyzone) 1972
  • Natasha Henstridge 1974
    Jennifer Lawrence 1990

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Review Tuesday: Evanescence & Lindsey Stirling @ Jones Beach Theater

Evanescence & Lindsey Stirling
Jones Beach Theater

Ever hear of Groupon? There's a thing called LIVING SOCIAL which is almost the same thing. When they came up with tickets for this show Mrs Baxojayz really wanted to go, as we have seen Evanescence every time they have come to town. This tour includes a symphony orchestra. 

Lindsey Stirling
I never heard of this person before. All I knew was that she is a violinist.

  1. The Arena
  2. Moon Trance
  3. Shadows
  4. Shatter Me (with Amy Lee)
  5. Bring Me To Life (Evanescence song) (Homemade music video from Lindsey as teenager)
  6. Lost Girls
  7. Take Flight
  8. Crystallize
  9. Roundtable Rival
  10. Hold My Heart
  11. First Light
  12. Mirage
  13. Don't Let This Feeling Fade
  14. Beyond the Veil with Phantom of the Opera Medley
She hit the stage and I was in shock. My classically trained violin sensibilities couldn't believe what this woman was doing. What sort of posture is that? She's playing a violin like a lead guitar while dancing around all over the stage in intricately choreographed sequences. Once I was able to make peace with what I was watching, I was actually able to enjoy the show. The visuals were stunning, the music was balanced perfectly, choreography was seamless. This woman even managed costume changes between almost all of the songs. The set was really fun and pretty exciting, and exceeded expectations by far. Color me impressed.

Evanescence is touring to support the latest record SYNTHESIS. It's very new-age-y, electronic, and mellow. And the band is pretty much just Amy Lee. I don't think she even introduced the other members of the band.

  1. Overture
  2. Never Go Back
  3. Lacrymosa
  4. End of the Dream
  5. My Heart Is Broken
  6. Lithium
  7. Bring Me to Life
  8. Unraveling
  9. Imaginary
  10. Secret Door
  11. Across the Universe (The Beatles cover)
  12. Hi-Lo (with Lindsey Stirling)
  13. Lost in Paradise
  14. Your Star
  15. My Immortal
  16. The In-Between
  17. Imperfection
  1. No More Tears / Alive (with Lindsey Stirling) (Ozzy Ozbourne/Sia mashup)
I am conflicted with this set. The music was good, and Amy's singing was excellent, but all their songs are almost easy listening now so it almost caused me to tall asleep at least two times during the show. The two most exceptional song performed were Across the Universe and No More Tears which are both covers. Everything else just seemed so muted down. It was all performed well and sounded good, but was getting close to boring. In fact, I was shocked with the numbers of people bailing on the show after Lindsey left the stage. What happened here? If I were to venture a theory, this last record is such a departure for Amy Lee that I think she's working on some larger future project, possibly something theatrical like a show in Las Vegas or on Broadway. But that's just my theory.

Review Tuesday: TWINS OF EVIL: THE SECOND COMING TOUR 2018 @ Jones Beach Theater

Jones Beach Theater, NY

Surprisingly, Mrs. Bax0jayz is a huge Rob Zombie fan.  Couple that detail to when Ticketmaster had their $13 sale on Friday the 13th earlier in the year and she grabbed tixx to go!

I left work early. Hot and sunny. Picked up a friend - hot and sunny. Picked up Mrs. Bax0jayz - hot and sunny. Got to the show - gloomy and chilly with the smell of rain in the wind. DAMN. 

We went to our seat and the opening act was already performing...

None of us ever heard of this Canadian band. They sounded pretty good though. From what I fouond online they usually play a three song set (?!?!). Either that or people only ever knew three songs of theirs. At any rate, they had a very good sound, better than most opening bands. They didn't overdo their levels so their sound was very clean. The vocals might've been a tad low, but that is my only complaint.

  1. Infection
  2. Further
  3. Self-Inflicted Oppression
They put on a good set, and left the stage graciously thanking the headlining acts for bringing them on tour. They left the stage around 7:35. The crews cleared them off and set up for Marilyn Manson when the announcement came at 7:50, "Due to incoming HEAVY WEATHER we ask everyone to go back into the grandstands and take shelter. Once the storm goes by and it's safe, the show will commence IN ITS ENTIRETY."

So we waited. 

And waited. 

And waited until nearly 10 PM when they announced that there was no end in sight for the storm and that the show was officially cancelled. GO HOME. Great. 

Had the show gone one, this is what we were likely to see based on previous performances during this tour:

  1. Cruci-Fiction in Space
  2. Angel With the Scabbed Wings
  3. This Is the New Shit
  4. Disposable Teens
  6. Say10
  7. The Dope Show (with "I Don't Like the Drugs ( But the Drugs Like Me)" intro)
  8. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) (Eurythmics cover)
  9. Kill4Me
  • Tourniquet (tour debut)
  • Antichrist Superstar
  • The Beautiful People (with fans on stage)
Encore 2:
  • Cry Little Sister (Gerard McMann cover)
Sawdust in the Blood/Sinners Inc./Call of the Zombie
  1. Meet the Creeper
  2. Superbeast
  3. Well, Everybody's Fucking in a U.F.O.
  4. Living Dead Girl
  5. In the Age of the Consecrated Vampire We All Get High
  6. Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Supertown
  7. More Human Than Human (White Zombie song)
  8. Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy)
  9. Guitar Solo (with snippet of “DDD” by John 5 and the Creatures)
  10. Thunder Kiss '65(White Zombie song)
  11. Blitzkrieg Bop (Ramones cover) (followed by ending of “Thunder Kiss ‘65”)
  12. Helter Skelter (The Beatles cover) (with Marilyn Manson)
“3 from Hell” Trailer
  • Dragula
The Life and Times of a Teenage Rock God
(Go to) California

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

aseptic \uh-SEP-tik\, adjective:
1. Free from the living germs of disease, fermentation, or putrefaction.
1. A product, as milk or fruit juice, that is marketed in an aseptic package or container.
2. Aseptics, (used with a singular verb) a system of packaging sterilized products in airtight containers so that freshness is preserved for several months.
Aseptic was invented in the 1850s by chemists. It is based on the root septic meaning "infected."
Make it Snow
  • It is similar to "making it rain", except that instead of throwing dollar bills, one is so rich that they are able to throw large bills or diamonds. In effect, making it snow. Can be substituted for a large quantity of cocaine.
Making it rain is for poor folk, I make it snow.

  • Oregon Territory: was organized by an act of US Congress, consisting of all of present-day Oregon, Idaho and Washington, and parts of Montana and Wyoming (1848)
  • Social Security Act: was signed into law by US president Franklin D. Roosevelt, establishing pensions and unemployment insurance (1935)
  • V-J Day: Japan surrendered, ending World War II (1945)
  • Pakistan: southern Asia country became independent of Britain (1947)
  • Ilich Ramírez Sánchez: the terrorist known as "Carlos the Jackal" was captured (1994)
  • Northeast Blackout of 2003: 50 million people — one-third the population of Canada plus one-seventh the population of the US — lost electricity (2003)
  • Ernest Thayer 1863
  • John Galsworthy 1867
  • Russell Baker 1925
  • Buddy Greco 1926
  • Alice Ghostly 1926
  • John Brodie 1935
  • Dash Crofts (Seals and Crofts) 1940
  • David Crosby 1941
  • Connie Smith 1941
  • Robyn Smith Astaire 1944
  • Steve Martin 1945
  • Antonio Fargas 1946
  • Susan St. James 1946
  • Larry Graham (Sly and the Family Stone) 1946
  • Danielle Steel 1947
  • Gary Larson 1950 - Creator of "The Far Side"
  • Terry Adams (NRBQ) 1950
  • Debbie Meyer 1952
  • James Horner 1953
  • Jackee Harry 1956
  • Earvin "Magic" Johnson (NBA) 1959
  • Susan Olsen 1961
  • Emanuelle Beart 1965
  • Halle Berry 1968
  • Catherine Bell 1968
  • Mila Kunis 1983