Saturday, April 01, 2023

All Fools' Day

  • Who is the more foolish, the fool, or the fool who follows him?  - Obi Wan Kenobi
  • "The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool." — William Shakespeare, As You Like It
April Fools' Day or All Fools' Day although not a holiday in its own right, is a notable day celebrated in many countries on April 1. The day is marked by the commission of hoaxes and other practical jokes of varying sophistication on friends, family members, enemies and neighbors, or sending them on fools' errands, the aim of which is to embarrass the gullible. Traditionally, in some countries, the jokes only last until noon. If you play a trick on someone after this time you are the April Fool. Elsewhere, for example in Ireland or France, the jokes may last all day.



From my email:

When they were young lads, Brian and Greg walked into a pharmacy one day, picked out a box of tampons and proceeded to the checkout counter. 

The pharmacist at the counter asked Brian, “Son, how old are you?” 

“Eight”, Brian replied. 

The man continued, “Do you know what these are used for?” 

Brian replied, “Not exactly, but they aren't for me. They're for Greg. He's my best friend. He’s four."

"Oh, really?" the pharmacist replied with a grin. 

"Yes." Brian said. "We saw on TV that if you use these, you would be able to swim, play tennis and ride a bike. Right now, he can't do none of that.”

Saturday, April 1, 2023

gravitas \GRAV-uh-tahs\, noun:
  • High seriousness (as in a person's bearing or in the treatment of a subject).
Gravitas is from the Latin gravitas, "heaviness, seriousness," from gravis, "heavy, serious."
  • An fool who believes all information found on Wikipedia is accurate and true.
Michael Scott, from NBC's "The Office", upon claiming "Wikipedia is the best thing ever. Anyone in the world can write anything they want about any subject, so you know you are getting the best possible information." solidified himself among the ranks of wikiots.
What was the famous Swiss spaghetti hoax perpetrated in England on BBC on April Fool’s Day in 1957?
  • It was a bogus news report that showed a Swiss family harvesting spaghetti from trees while a respected newscaster explained that Switzerland had a bumper crop of pasta thanks to a mild winter and the “virtual disappearance of the spaghetti weevil.”
April Fools paranoia 
  • When someone is so obsessed by April Fools, they don't trust anyone and don't believe in anything on that day.
-Hey man, wanna go see a movie tomorrow? 
-Haha, I see what you did there, you almost had me! 
-Dude, stop with this April Fools paranoia, I'm serious!

  • April Fools' Day: is celebrated in many countries on April 1 every year. Sometimes referred to as All Fools' Day, April 1 is not a national holiday, but is widely recognized and celebrated as a day when people play practical jokes and hoaxes on each other.
  • US House of Representatives: achieved a quorum for the first time and elected its first Speaker, Frederick Muhlenberg of Pennsylvania (1789)
  • Royal Air Force: branch of the British Armed Forces was formed (1918)
  • TIROS-1: the first weather satellite was launched; it took off from Cape Canaveral and was operational for 78 days (1960)
  • Apple Inc.: was founded by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak (1976)
  • Gmail: Google's web-based email service was launched (2004)
  • William Harvey England 1578
  • Otto Von Bismarck 1815
  • Sergei Rachmaninoff 1873 - Composer, musician
  • Lon Chaney 1883 - Actor ("The Phantom of the Opera")
  • Wallace (Fitzgerald) Beery 1885 - Actor ("The Champ", "The Last of the Mohicans")
  • Jagjivan Ram 1908
  • Abraham Maslow 1908
  • Art Lund 1920 - Singer
  • Toshiro Mifune 1920 - Actor ("Midway", "Paper Tiger")
  • William Manchester 1922 - Writer
  • Anne McCaffrey 1926
  • George Grizzard 1928 - Actor ("Bachelor Party", "False Witness")
  • Jane Powell (Suzanne Burce) 1929 - Actress
  • Grace Lee Whitney 1930 - Actress, singer
  • Gordon Jump 1932 - Actor ("WKRP in Cincinnati")
  • Debbie Reynolds (Mary Frances Reynolds) 1932 - Singer, Actress, mother of actress Carrie Fisher
  • Don Hastings 1934 - Actor ("As The World Turns")
  • James Edward Brown 1934 - Singer (The Browns)
  • Ron (Ronald Peter) Perranoski 1936 - Baseball player, coach
  • Eddie King 1938 - Blues singer
  • Ali MacGraw 1938 - Actress
  • Rudolf Isley 1939 - Singer (Isley Brothers)
  • Phil (Philip Henry) Niekro 1939 - Baseball pitcher
  • Guy Trottier 1941 - Hockey player
  • Phil Margo 1942 - Singer (The Tokens)
  • Alan Blakley 1942 - Musician (Brian Poole and The Tremeloes)
  • Carol White 1944
  • Rusty Staub 1944 - Baseball player
  • Heather Young 1945
  • John Barbata 1945 - Drummer (The Turtles)
  • Ronnie Lane (Small Faces) 1946
  • Norm Van Lier 1947 - Basketball player
  • Jimmy Cliff 1948 - Reggae singer
  • Doug Southerland 1948 - Football player
  • Wilie (Guillermo Naranjo) Montanez 1948 - Baseball player
  • Gil Scott-Heron 1949 - Jazz musician
  • Samuel Alito 1950 - U.S. Supreme Court justice
  • Billy Currie 1952 - Musician (Ultravox)
  • Annette O'Toole 1953 - Actress
  • Jeff Porcaro (Toto) 1954
  • Stan Ridgway (Wall of Voodoo) 1955
  • Libby Riddles 1956 - First woman to win the Iditarod dogsled race
  • Mark White 1961 - Musician (ABC)
  • Woody Lee 1968 - Country singer
  • Sung-Hi Lee 1970 - actress, model
  • Method Man 1971 - Rapper
  • Rachel Maddow 1973 - Broadcast journalist
  • Maradalena Maleeva 1975 - Tennis player
  • Bijou Phillips 1980 - Singer
  • Sam Huntington 1982 - Actor
  • Hillary Scott (Lady Antebellum) 1984 - Country singer
  • Josh Zuckerman 1985 - Actor

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Friday, March 31, 2023

Rock out with 8mm

8mm - Liar

I'm a liar
It's my secret no one knows
I'm a liar
Yeah, I know it doesn't show

No, I don't miss you anymore
No, I don't think of you
It's such a game to seem adored
No, I don't love you anymore

I'm a liar
Yeah, I've given up my wings
I'm a liar
They were only wax and string

No, I don't miss you anymore
No, I don't think of you
It's such a game to seem adored
No, I don't love you anymore

No, I don't think of you
No, I don't love you anymore
No, I don't think of you
No, I don't love you anymore
No, I don't think of you
I don't love you

WTF Friday: That bad


Friday, March 31, 2023

bivouac \BIV-wak, BIV-uh-wak\, noun:
  • An encampment for the night, usually under little or no shelter.
intransitive verb:
  • To encamp for the night, usually under little or no shelter.
Bivouac comes from French bivouac, from German Beiwache, "a watching or guarding," from bei, "by, near" + wachen, "to watch."
sympathy seeker
  • A person whose status updates on facebook are solely for the purpose of gaining sympathy.
Johnny is such the sympathy seeker that he would go on Facebook to say that his Pet-Rock died if it would get him sympathy
  • Alhambra Decree: was signed, giving Spain's Jews four months to convert or face expulsion (1492)
  • Eiffel Tower: was dedicated in Paris; designed by bridge engineer Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, the open-lattice wrought iron masterpiece was the tallest structure in the world at the time (1889)
  • Daylight Savings Time: was instituted in the US for the first time (1918)
  • Dalai Lama: Tibetan spiritual and political leader went into exile and was granted asylum in India (1959)
  • Rene Descartes 1596 - Philosopher, "I think, therefore I am"
  • Andrew Marvell 1621 - Poet
  • John Harrison 1693
  • Nikolai Gogol 1809 - Playwright, novelist
  • Edward Fitzgerald 1809 - Author
  • Robert Wilhelm Bunsen 1811
  • Mary Chestnut 1823 - Author
  • Sir Dugald Clerk 1854
  • Jack Johnson 1878 - Boxer, author
  • Henry Morgan 1915 - Comedian
  • Tommy Bolt 1918 - Golfer
  • Richard Kiley 1922 - Actor ("The Thorn Birds")
  • Leo Buscaglia 1925
  • Cesar Chavez 1927 - Labor leader, founder of National Farm Workers Association
  • William Daniels 1927 - Actor ("St. Elsewhere", voice of KITT on "Knight Rider")
  • Gordie (Gordon) Howe 1928 - Hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, Hartford Whalers)
  • Lefty (William Orville) Frizzell 1928 - Country musician
  • Liz Claiborne 1929 - Fashion designer
  • Miller Barber 1931 - Golfer
  • John Jakes 1932 - Author ("California", "In the Big Country")
  • John D. Loudermilk 1934 - Country singer and songwriter
  • Shirley Jones 1934 - Singer, Actress ("The Partridge Family")
  • Richard Chamberlain 1934 - Actor ("The Bourne Identity")
  • Billy Hicke 1938 - Hockey player (Montreal Canadiens, NY Rangers, Minnesota Rangers, Baltimore Clippers, Oakland Seals, California Golden Seals, Pittsburgh Penguins)
  • Herb Alpert 1935 - Musician
  • Christopher Walken 1943 - Actor ("The Deerhunter", "Pulp Fiction")
  • Rod Allen 1944 - Musician (The Fortunes)
  • Gabe Kaplan 1945 - Actor ("Welcome Back Kotter"), comedian
  • Al Nichol 1946 - Musician (The Turtles)
  • Al Gore 1948 - lying shill
  • Rhea Perlman 1948 - Actress ("Cheers"), comedian
  • Mick Ralphs 1948 - Musician (Bad Company, Mott the Hoople)
  • Ed Marinaro 1950 - Football player (Minnesota Vikings), Actor ("Hill Street Blues")
  • Sean Hopper 1953 - Musician (Huey Lewis and The News)
  • Marc McClure 1957 - Actor ("Freak Friday")
  • Angus Young 1959 - Guitar player (AC/DC)
  • William McNamara 1965 - Actor
  • Pavel Bure 1971 - Hockey player
  • Ewen McGregor 1971 - Actor (Obi-Wan Kenobi)

Thursday, March 30, 2023

Turtle Thursday: Brian from 2011


An old pic of Brian, our smallest turtle.
She's a dark phased diamondback terrapin.
Pic by Mrs. Bax0jayz

Thursday, March 30, 2023

[Pictured: Katie Fey, aka Jenya D]
fey \FAY\, adjective:
1. Possessing or displaying a strange and otherworldly aspect or quality; magical or fairylike; elfin.
2. Having power to see into the future; visionary; clairvoyant.
3. Appearing slightly crazy, as if under a spell; touched.
4. (Scots.) Fated to die; doomed.
5. (Scots.) Marked by a sense of approaching death.
Fey comes from Middle English feye, feie, from Old English fæge, "fated to die."

lucre \LOO-kuhr\, noun:
  • Monetary gain; profit; riches; money; -- often in a bad sense.
Lucre comes from Latin lucrum, "gain, profit." It is related to lucrative, "profitable."
  • A verbal stoush between two or more parties that is so petty, pointless, misinformed or ill-conceived that it makes witnesses wince with embarrassment, or so uncomfortable that they don't know where to look.
Did you hear those two going off at each other across the table? I just don't want to get involved in these squirmishes.

  • anesthesia: was first used in an operation; a tumor was removed from a man's neck while he was under the effects of ether (1842)
  • pencil: patent was awarded to Hymen Lipman for attaching an eraser to the end (1858); it was declared invalid by the US Supreme Court 17 years later because his invention was simply "an aggregation of separate elements"
  • Seward's Folly: the US bought Alaska from Russia for $7.2m. — about 2 cents an acre (1867)
  • 15th amendment: was declared in effect, giving black men the right to vote (1870)
  • Jeopardy!: game show debuted on television (1964)
  • Ronald Reagan: was shot by John Hinckley, Jr.; the US president was hit in the chest and seriously wounded, but recovered fully (1981)
  • Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes 1746
  • Anna Sewell 1820
  • Vincent Van Gogh 1853
  • Jo Davidson 1883
  • Ted Heath 1900
  • Frankie Laine 1913 - Singer
  • Richard Dysart 1929 - Actor
  • John Astin 1930 - Actor ("Addams Family")
  • Rolf Harris 1930 - Singer
  • Peter Marshall 1930 - Game show host ("Hollywood Squares")
  • Warren Beatty 1937 - Actor
  • Jerry Lucas 1940 - Basketball player
  • Astrud Gilberto 1940
  • Graeme Edge 1941 - Musician (Moody Blues)
  • Bobby Wright 1942
  • Ronnie Rice 1944 (New Colony 6)
  • Eric Clapton 1945 - Musician
  • Jim Dandy Mangrum 1948 - Musician (Black Oak Arkansas)
  • Robbie Coltrane 1950 - Actor
  • Dave Ball 1950 - Musician (Procol Harum)
  • Re Styles 1950 - Musician (The Tubes)
  • Lene Lovich 1954 - Singer
  • Randy VanWarmer 1955 - Singer, songwriter
  • Paul Reiser 1957 - Actor (Mad About You, ALIENS), comedian
  • M.C. Hammer 1962 - Rapper
  • Ian Ziering 1964 - Actor
  • Tracy Chapman 1964 - Singer
  • Donna D'Errico 1968 - actress, model. See more HERE
  • Celine Dion 1968 - Singer
  • Mark Consuelos 1970 - Actor
  • Norah Jones 1979 - Musician
  • Scott Moffatt 1983 - Singer, musician (The Moffats)
  • Jevgenija Diordiychuk 1983 - model, Russian PMOY AKA: Yevgenia / Eugenia / Evgenia Diordiychuk, Jenya D, Shawnee, Katie Fey, Shawnee, Vanesa Gojgi. See more HERE 
    Misty Romano 1989






Jevgenija Diordijchuk (real name)
AKA: Yevgenia / Eugenia / Evgenia Diordiychuk, Jenya D, Shawnee, Katie Fey, Shawnee, Vanesa Gojgik