Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

indagate \ IN-duh-geyt \ , verb; 
  • Archaic . to investigate; research. 
Origin: Indagate entered English in the 1600s from the Latin indāgāre meaning "to track down." 

cactus legs
  • the feeling on a woman's legs as a result of not having shaved.
--Steve is mad at me! 
--why? 
--cuz last nite, he wanted to touch my legs and i didnt let him 
--why? 
--cuz, i got cactus legs, i haven't shaved in a week!


History
  • Gregorian calendar: was adopted by Italy, Poland, Portugal and Spain; the Julian calendar ended the previous day, October 4, and the intervening 10 days were deleted (1582)
  • Abraham Lincoln: was encouraged to grow a beard in a letter he received from 11-year-old Grace Bedell (1860)
  • The Great Dictator: Charlie Chaplin's scathing satirical film attack on Nazi Germany was released (1940)
  • I Love Lucy: one of television history's most popular sitcoms debuted (1951)
  • Department of Transportation: was signed into existence by LBJ (1966)
  • sound barrier: was broken on land for the first time, by RAF pilot Andy Green in Black Rock Desert in Nevada, 50 years and a day after it was broken in the air by Chuck Yeager (1997)
Birthdays
  • Virgil 70 B.C.
  • Friedrich Nietzsche 1844 - German philosopher
  • Mule (George) Haas 1903
  • John Kenneth Galbraith 1908
  • David Carroll 1913
  • Jan Miner 1917
  • Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. 1917
  • Robert Walker 1918
  • Mario Puzo 1920
  • Lee Iacocca 1924
  • Jean Peters 1926
  • Peter Haskell 1934
  • Linda Lavin 1937
  • Barry McGuire 1937
  • Marv Johnson 1938
  • Dick Lotz 1942
  • Penny Marshall 1942
  • Don Stevenson (Moby Grape) 1942
  • Jim Palmer 1945
  • Victor Banerjee 1946
  • Richard Carpenter (The Carpenters) 1946
  • Roscoe Tanner 1951
  • Tito Jackson (The Jackson 5) 1953
  • Jere Burns 1954
  • Tanya Roberts 1955
  • Sarah Ferguson 1959
  • Mark Reznicek (Toadies) 1962
  • Ginuwine 1970   

   
  
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