Saturday, May 25, 2024

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Saturday, May 25, 2024

demiurge \DEM-ee-urj\, noun:
  1. Philosophy. A. Platonism. The artificer of the world. B. (In the Gnostic and certain other systems) a supernatural being imagined as creating or fashioning the world in subordination to the Supreme Being, and sometimes regarded as the originator of evil.
  2. (In many states of ancient Greece) a public official or magistrate.
Demiurge meant "a worker for the people" in Ancient Greek, from the roots dḗmio- meaning "of the people" and -ergos, "a worker."
 
sleeping terms
  • used to describe a relationship with an ex-significant other that still involves occasional sex.
they broke up a while ago, but they still hook up. they're totally on sleeping terms.

Holiday
  • Towel Day (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy) 
     
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History
  • Constitutional Convention: convened in Philadelphia; George Washington presided (1787)
  • Monkey Trial: John T. Scopes was indicted in Tennessee for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution (1925)
  • Babe Ruth: hit his 714th home run, setting a record that held until 1974, when Hank Aaron broke it (1935)
  • track and field: at the Big Ten Track and Field Championships, Jesse Owens tied one world record and broke three others, all within 45 minutes (1935)
  • OAU: was founded at Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with the goals of encouraging African unity, promoting development and fighting neocolonialism (1963)
    STAR WARS first opened on 32 screens across the USA. (1977)
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  • ALIEN, In Space No One can Hear You Scream, was released in 1979.

    Hands Across America: more than five million people joined hands in a line that stretched for 4,000 mi/6,400 km from New York City to Long Beach, CA; participants raised money for the fight against hunger and homelessness (1986)
  • Erik Weihenmayer: became the first blind man to climb Mt. Everest (2001)
Birthdays
  • Ralph W. Emerson 1803 - Essayist, philosopher, poet
  • Luther 'Bill' Robinson (Bill "Bojangles" Robinson) 1878 - Tap dancer, actor
  • Philip Murray 1886 - Steelworker, labor leader
  • Igor Sikorsky (Igor Ivanovich Sikorsky) 1889 - Pioneer in aviation with helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft
  • Ginny Simms 1916 - Singer
  • Claude Akins 1926 - Actor
  • Lindsey Nelson 1919 - Sportscaster
  • Hal David 1921 - Lyricist
  • John Weitz 1923 - Fashion and industrial designer
  • Jeanne Crain 1925 - Actress
  • Miles Davis 1926 - Trumpeter, bandleader, composer
  • Kitty Kallen 1926 - Singer

  • Norman Petty 1927 - Musician, songwriter, record producer
  • Robert Ludlum 1927 - Author (The Jason Bourne series of books)
  • Beverly Sills 1929 - Opera singer
  • K.C. Jones 1932 - Basketball player
  • Ron Nessen 1934 - White House Press Secretary for President Gerald Ford
  • Tom T. Hall 1936 - Country singer, songwriter
  • Donnie Elbert 1936 - Singer
  • Raymond Carver 1938 - Short story writer, poet
  • Dixie Carter 1939 - Actress ("Designing Women," "Desperate Housewives")
  • Ian McKellen 1939 - Actor
  • Jessi Colter 1943 - Country musician
  • Leslie Uggams 1943 - Actress, singer
  • John "Poli" Palmer 1943 - Musician (Family)
  • Frank Oz 1944 - Actor, puppeteer (many Muppets characters, Yoda's voice)
  • Karen Valentine 1947 - Actress ("Room 222")
  • Mitch Margo 1947 - Musician (Cross Country)
  • Clarence Burke Jr. 1949 - Musician (Five Stairsteps)
  • Patti D'Arbanville-Quinn 1951 - Actress, model
  • Connie Sellecca 1955 - Actress, model
  • John Grimaldi 1955 - Musician (Argent)
  • Sugar Minott 1956 - Reggae singer
  • Klaus Meine 1958 - Musician (Scorpions)
  • Paul Weller 1958 - Musician (The Jam, Style Council)
  • Mike Myers 1963 - Actor, comedian, screenwriter, cast member on "Saturday Night Live," ("Austin Powers" movies)
  • Anne Heche 1969 - Actress ("Volcano")
  • Jamie Kennedy 1970 - Actor, comedian, rapper
  • Justin Henry 1971 - Actor ("Kramer vs. Kramer" [1979])
  • Molly Sims 1973 - Actress
  • Miguel Tejada 1974 - Baseball player
  • Lauryn Hill 1975 - Musician (The Fugees)
  • Cillian Murphy 1976 - Actor
  • Brian Urlacher 1978 - Football player
  • Shawne Merriman 1984 - Football player
    Zazie Beetz 1991 - actress

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 All of Ian Mckellen's Movies, Ranked by Critics Worst to Best
 
 
 
 
 

Friday, May 24, 2024

Rock out with your BERSERKER out!




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRbhNQUZYh0 


My love for you is like a truck, Berserker
Would you like some making fuck, Berserker
My love for you is like a rock, Berserker 
Would you like suck my cock, Berserker

The Berserker is just so obscene
Likes evil people you know what I mean
He takes your soul and then just rips you apart
He'll steal your heart

Would you like to smoke some pot, Berserker
My love for you is ticking clock, Berserker
Would you like to suck my cock, Berserker
Would you like some making fuck, Berserker

TGIF: Holiday weekend!

Friday, May 24, 2024

chrestomathy \kres-TOM-uh-thee\, noun:
  • A collection of selected literary passages.
Chrestomathy literally means "useful to learn" in Greek, from the roots chres- meaning "to use" and math- meaning "to learn."
 
Phone Stack
  • A game played at either a meal or in a group setting. When at a meal, and everyone is on their phones, grab them and stack them face down in the center of the table. First to pick up their phone, pays the bill for all. If no one grabs it, everyone pays their part. When in a group setting, grab the phones and stack them. Whoever grabs their phone must perform challenges, each group member gets to pick a challenge so in a group of 10, touching your phone would cause you to do 10 challenges. You may use your phone during the challenges but afterwards, it goes back on the stack.
*Everyone is texting at a group meal* 
Person 1: "PHONE STACK!" 
*Person 1 snatches all phones and stacks them face down* 
Person 1: "first to touch pays the full bill"
 
Trivia
What manufacturer sued for trademark infringement when a company named Hogg Wyld Ltd. marketed plus-size jeans bearing a smiling pig logo and a “Lardashe” label?
  • Jordache Enterprises Inc. It lost its suit.
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History
  • "What hath God wrought?": inventor Samuel F.B. Morse transmitted the first telegraph message; it went from Washington, DC, to Baltimore and it quoted Numbers 23:23 (1844)
  • Brooklyn Bridge: engineering marvel linking Brooklyn and Manhattan opened to traffic (1883)
  • Crosley Field: hosted MLB's first nighttime game played under lights; Cincinnati's Reds beat Philadelphia's Phillies, 2-1 (1935)
  • Concorde: supersonic passenger aircraft began flying to Washington, DC (1976)
  • James Jeffords: Republican senator became an Independent, giving control of the US Senate to the Democrats (2001)
Birthdays
  • Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit 1686 - Physicist, engineer, he determined the temperature scale named after him
  • Emanuel Leutze 1816
  • Queen Victoria (Britain) 1819
  • Samuel I. Newhouse 1895
  • Tommy Chong 1938 - Comedian (Cheech and Chong)
  • Prince Buster 1938
  • Lilli Palmer 1914
  • Bob Dylan (Robert Zimmerman) 1941 - Traveling Wilburys
  • Derek Quinn 1942 - Musician (Freddie and the Dreamers)
  • Gary Burghoff 1943 - Actor ("M*A*S*H")
  • Patti LaBelle (Patricia Louise Holte) 1944 - Singer
  • Priscilla Presley 1945 - Wife of Elvis Presley
  • Steve Upton 1946
  • Judy Kahan 1948
  • Jim Broadbent 1950 - Actor
  • Alfred Molina 1953 - Actor
  • Rosanne Cash 1955 - Singer
  • Larry Blackmon (Cameo) 1956
  • Kristin Scott Thomas 1960 - Actor ("Under the Cherry Moon")
  • Joe Dumars 1963
  • Gene Anthony Ray 1963
  • Vivian Trimble 1963 - Singer (Luscious Jackson)
  • John C. Reilly 1965 - Actor
  • Heavy D 1967
  • Erin Close 1967 - Actor ("Without a Trace")
  • Tommy Page 1967
  • Rich Robinson 1969 - Musician (The Black Crowes)
  • Brad Penny 1978 - Baseball player
  • Billy L. Sullivan 1980


 
 
 

Thursday, May 23, 2024

Turtle Thursday: H8

No H8
For World Turtle Day! 

It's good being Da Manny

Happy Berfday, Yo!

Thursday, May 23, 2024

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

cumulus \KYOO-myuh-luhs\, noun:
  1. A heap; pile.
  2. A cloud of a class characterized by dense individual elements in the form of puffs, mounds, or towers, with flat bases and tops that often resemble cauliflower.
Cumulus stems from the Neo-Latin word meaning "heap, pile." It was first used to describe clouds in the early 1800s.
 
Stack of Shame
  • A growing collection of video games that have yet to be opened and played, likely due to the fact that so many good games come out and the owner simply cannot keep up. This is most commonly an issue for professionals in the video gaming industry.
"My Stack of Shame keeps piling up higher and higher! Skyrim, I wish I knew how to quit you!"
"Don't even bother pointing out the fact that half my games are still in the plastic wrap. I am acutely aware that my Stack of Shame is ridiculous."

Holiday
  • World Turtle Day - (05/23 annually)
World Turtle Day 5/23
 
History
  • Joan of Arc: was captured by the Burgundians who sold her to the English (1430)
  • Captain Kidd: was hanged in London for murder and piracy (1701)
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railroad: began the first passenger service in the US (1830)
  • Mounties: the North West Mounted Police was created; it would later become the federal police force of Canada (1873)
  • New York Public Library: after 16 years of construction, the library's main building was dedicated by President William H. Taft (1911)
  • Bonnie and Clyde: Depression-era outlaws were ambushed and killed by police in Louisiana (1934)
  • West Germany: was reconstituted from post-WWII occupation zones (1949)
Birthdays
  • Friedrich Anton Mesmer 1734 - Physician, astrologist
  • Margaret Fuller (Sarah Margaret Fuller Ossoli) 1810 - Journalist, criti, women's rights activist
  • Arabella Mansfield 1846 - first female lawyer in the United States
  • Douglas Fairbanks 1883 - Actor
  • Herbert Marshall 1890 - Actor
  • Artie Shaw 1910 - Band leader
  • Scatman Crothers (Benjamin Sherman "Scatman" Crothers) 1910 - Actor, musician, singer, dancer
  • John Payne 1912 - Actor, singer
  • Betty Garrett 1919 - Actress ("All in the Family," "Laverne and Shirley")
  • Helen O'Connell 1920 - Singer, actress, dancer
  • Alicia de Larrocha 1923 - Pianist
  • Mac Wiseman 1925 - Singer
  • Nigel Davenport 1928 - Actor
  • Rosemary Clooney 1928 - Singer, actress
  • Julian Euell 1929 - Jazz musician
  • Barbara Barrie 1931 - Actress
  • Joan Collins 1933 - Actress ("Dynasty")
  • Robert Moog 1934 - Musician
  • Charles Kimbrough 1936 - Actor ("Murphy Brown")
  • General Johnson 1943 - Musician (Chairman of the Board)
  • Lauren Chapin 1945 - Actress ("Father Knows Best")
  • Misty Morgan 1945 - Musician
  • Judy Rodman 1951 - County singer
  • Anatoly Karpov 1951 - Chess grandmaster
  • "Marvelous" Marvin Hagler 1952 - Boxer
  • Luka Bloom 1955 - Singer
  • Drew Carey 1958 - Actor, game show host
  • Shelley West 1958 - Country singer
  • Linden Ashby 1960 - Actor
  • Karen Duffy 1961 - Actress, model
  • Phil Selway 1967 - Musician (Radiohead)
  • Noel Gallagher 1968 - Musician (Oasis)
  • Laurel Holloman 1968 - Actress ("The L Word")
  • Lorenzo 1972 - Singer
  • Maxwell 1973 - Singer
  • Jewel 1974 - Singer
  • Kelly Monaco 1976
  • Adam Wylie 1984 - Actor

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