Saturday, December 03, 2022

Saturday, December 3, 2022

divagate \DAHY-vuh-geyt\, verb:
1. To wander; stray.
2. To digress in speech.
The Latin roots of divagate are di-, "two," and vagare, "to wander."
Memory Hole
  • The alteration or outright disappearance of inconvenient or embarrassing documents, photographs, transcripts, or other records, such as from a web site or other archive. Its origin comes from George Orwell's "1984", in which the memory hole was a small incinerator chute used for censoring, (through destroying), things Big Brother deemed necessary to censor.
Person One: "Did you hear about that scandal involving the President?"
Person Two: "Yeah! Looks like someone didn't have time to visit the memory hole." 
Dude One: "Yo bro, I like that picture on Facebook of you wearing the "I Love Barry Manilow" shirt!"
Dude Two: "Yeah, that's definitely going in the memory hole."

  • coed: Oberlin College became the first institution of higher learning in the US to serve both male and female students (1833)
  • A Streetcar Named Desire: Tennessee William's Pulitzer Prize-winning play opened on Broadway (1947)
  • heart transplant: the procedure was first performed by Christiaan Barnard on Louis Washkansky in Cape Town; the patient lived 18 days before succumbing to pneumonia, but his new heart didn't fail (1967)
  • 20th Century Limited: luxury NYC–Chicago train, on which passengers were routinely given flowers and perfume, finished its final run (1967)
  • Bhopal disaster: poison gas emission from Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, killed thousands of people in arguably the worst industrial disaster ever (1984)
  • George McClellan 1826
  • Joseph Conrad 1857
  • Carlos Montoya 1903
  • Ferlin Husky 1925
  • Andy Williams 1927
  • Jean-Luc Godard 1930
  • Jaye P. Morgan 1931
  • imagebam.comBobby Allison 1937
  • John Cale 1940 - Musician (Velvet Underground)
  • Mary Alice 1941
  • Peter C. Schulz 1942
  • Ozzy Osbourne 1948 
  • Heather Menzies 1949
  • Mickey Thomas 1949 - Musician (Jefferson Starship)
  • Don Barnes 1952 - Musician (.38 Special) 
  • Rick Mears 1953
  • Steve Forbert 1954
  • Paul Gregg 1954 - Musician (Restless Heart)
  • Daryl Hannah 1960 - Actress
  • Julianne Moore 1960
  • Katarina Witt 1965
  • Montell Jordan 1968
  • Brendan Fraser 1968 - Actor ("George of the Jungle")
  • Royale Watkins 1969
  • Bruno Campos 1973
  • Holly Marie Combs 1973
  • Lauren Roman 1975
  • Anna Chlumsky 1980
  • Brian Bonsall 1981
  • Amanda Seyfried 1985
  • Michael Angaran 1987
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Friday, December 02, 2022

 Rock out with your VASOLINE out!

We lost Scott Weiland to his drug addiction way too soon Time flies.

Stone Temple Pilots

one time a thing occurred to me
what's real, and what's for sale?
blew a kiss and tried to take it home

it isn't you, isn't me
search for things you can't see
going blind, out of reach
somewhere in the vasoline

two times and it has rendered me
punch drunk and without bail
think I'd be safer all alone
flies in the vasoline we are
sometimes it blows my mind
keep getting stuck here all the time

you'll see the look and you'll see the lies
you'll eat the lies, and you will.

it isn't you, isn't me
search for things you can't see
going blind, out of reach
somewhere in the vasoline

Friday, December 2, 2022

tristful \TRIST-fuhl\, adjective:
  • Full of sadness; sorrowful.
Tristful stems from the Old French triste, "sad."
Christmas buzz
  • A feeling common during the month of December. It is the need to buy many overpriced gifts for your family, normally on a credit card. The buyer feels no feelings of regret for the rest of the month, as he/she feels they are being a good person. The Christmas buzz is always followed by the New Year's hangover, when the credit card bill comes in and the buyer goes on a rant about how much money they have spent.
You're buying a nintendo wii off ebay for 500 dollars for your kid? Must be the Christmas buzz.
  • Napoleon Bonaparte: was crowned emperor of France at Notre Dame (1804)
  • Monroe Doctrine: was articulated by President James Monroe; it told Europe to stay out of the Americas (1823)
  • EPA: Richard Nixon established the unconsitutional federal agency to set and enforce national pollution-control standards (1970)
  • scientific experimentation: Enrico Fermi produced the first nuclear chain reaction at the University of Chicago (1942); Louis Paul Cailletet liquified oxygen (1877)
  • artificial heart: Barney Clark was the recipient of the first such transplant, a Jarvik-7; he lived for 112 days (1982)
  • Benazir Bhutto: was sworn in as Prime Minister of Pakistan, becoming the first woman to head a modern Muslim nation (1988)
  • George Seurat 1859
  • Charles Ringling 1862
  • S. Joseph Begun 1905
  • Ray Walston 1914
  • Adolph Greene 1915
  • Leo Gordon 1922
  • Maria Callas 1923
  • Alexander M. Haig 1924
  • Julie Harris 1925
  • Edwin Meese III 1931
  • Cathy Lee Crosby 1948
  • John Wesley Ryles 1950
  • Keith Szarabajka 1952
  • Dan Butler 1954
  • Stone Phillips 1954
  • Dennis Christopher 1955
  • Steven Bauer 1956
  • Sydney Youngblood 1960
  • Rick Savage (Def Leppard) 1960 
  • Lucy Liu 1968
  • Nate Mendel (Foo Fighters) 1968
  • Jimi Haha (Jimmie's Chicken Shack) 1968
  • Anthony "Treach" Criss (Naughty By Nature) 1970
  • Monica Seles 1973
  • Nelly Furtado 1978
  • Britney Spears 1981

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Thursday, December 01, 2022

Turtle Thursday: Toro!

Hmm. This tortoise has horns. Does that mean he's evil?
Read about the reference here:

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Thursday, December 1, 2022

palingenesis \pal-in-JEN-uh-sis\, noun:
1. Rebirth; regeneration.
2. In biology, embryonic development that reproduces the ancestral features of the species.
3. Baptism in the Christian faith.
4. The doctrine of transmigration of souls.
Palingenesis is the combination of two Greek roots: palin, "again," and genesis, "source."
gut muscle
  • a euphemism for the weight gained as a result of Thanksgiving feast.
Oh you know, a lot of 10 oz curls and some gut muscle toning.
  • The act of not wearing a bra under a shirt. Analogous to freeballing, which is not wearing underwear for men.
Kate is not wearing a bra under her shirt, therefore, she is freeboobing.
Kate was freeboobing and her shirted tit almost poked out my eye.
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  • World AIDS Day
  • electoral college: the US House of Representatives met to determine a new president when none of the candidates received an electoral majority; John Quincy Adams was chosen over Andrew Jackson and Henry Clay (1824)
  • A Study in Scarlet: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's first Sherlock Holmes story appeared in print (1887)
  • Rosa Parks: was arrested for refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a bus in Alabama, sparking the Montgomery bus boycott (1955)
  • Antarctic Treaty: was opened for signature; it said Antarctica "shall continue forever to be used exclusively for peaceful purposes" (1959)
  • Cyril Ritchard 1897
  • Mary Martin 1913
  • Stansfield Turner 1923
  • David Doyle 1925
  • Robert Symonds 1926
  • Billy Paul 1934
  • Woody Allen 1935
  • Lou Rawls 1935
  • Sandy Nelson 1938
  • Lee Trevino 1939
  • Dianne Lennon (The Lennon Sisters) 1939
  • Richard Pryor 1940
  • Federico Faggin 1941
  • Casey Van Beek 1942
  • John Densmore (Doors) 1944
  • Bette Midler 1945
  • Gilbert O'Sullivan 1946
  • Treat Williams 1951
  • Eric Bloom (Blue Oyster Cult) 1951
  • Kim Richey 1956
  • Charlene Tilton 1958
  • Carol Alt 1960
  • Jeremy Northam 1961
  • Nestor Cabonell 1967 - Actor ("Lost", "Cold Case") 
  • Julie Condra 1970
  • Sarah Silverman 1970
  • Ron Melendez 1972
  • Sarah Masen 1975
  • Bradford Phillip Delson 1977 - Guitarist (Linkin Park)
  • Ashley Monique Clark 1988
  • Mila Azul 1997 - model