Thursday, August 11, 2022

Thursday, August 11, 2022

koan \KOH-ahn\, noun:
  • A nonsensical or paradoxical question to a student for which an answer is demanded, the stress of meditation on the question often being illuminating.
Koan is Japanese, ko "public" and -an, "matter for thought." It enters English through Zen Buddhism before achieving a more general sense.
  • hot piece of ass.
dangggg gurl, she's a HPOA. i bet her milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.
  • Mother I'd Like to Fuck
  • Mom I'd Like to Fuck
  • Mother I'd Like to Frick
Julie Clarke is a MILF!

  • SOS: Arapahoe became the first American ship to use the distress signal (1909)
  • Alcatraz: island prison in San Francisco Bay received its first civilian inmates (1934)
  • Hussein ibn Talal: 16-year-old was proclaimed king of Jordan after his father was declared mentally unfit (1952)
  • Watts riots: civil disturbances in Los Angeles left 34 dead (1965)
  • The Mall of America: the most-visited mall in the world opened on the site of Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, Minnesota (1992)
  • Robert Ingersoll 1833
  • Carrie Bond 1862
  • Lloyd Nolan 1902
  • Jean Parker 1912
  • Alex Haley 1921
  • Carl Rowan 1925
  • Mike Douglas 1925
  • Arlene Dahl 1928
  • Jerry Falwell 1933
  • Virna Lisi 1937
  • Anne Massey 1937
  • Mike Hugg 1942
  • Guy Villari 1943
  • Jim Kale (The Guess Who) 1943
  • Ian McDiarmid 1944
  • John Conlee 1946
  • Ian Charleson 1949
  • Eric Carmen (Raspberries) 1949
  • Steve Wozniak 1950
  • Eric Braun (Iron Butterfly) 1950
  • Terry "Hulk Hogan" Bollea 1953
  • Joe Jackson 1955
  • Richard Reinhardt (The Ramones) 1957
  • Diana Woei 1965
  • John Mitchell 1965
  • Charlie Sexton 1968
  • Chris Dave (Mint Condition) 1968
  • Ali Shaheed Muhammad 1970
  • Julia Anne Clarke 1972: aka Julie Clarke, Playmate 03/91, actress, model, hardbody
  • Will Friedle 1976
  • Chris Kelly (Kriss Kross) 1978



Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Hasselhoff Wednesday: Very deep

hasselhoff Pictures, Images and Photos

I don't think anyone has any doubt of that!

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

absquatulate \ab-skwoch-uh-leyt\, verb:
  • To flee; abscond.
Absquatulate is an example of a pseudo-Latinism, which combines Latin roots to form a new word. This was a 19th century linguistic trend in various parts of the United States.
Youtube Attention Span
  • Your normal attention span only significantly decreased due to Youtube. Whereas normally 10 minutes is a short amount of time, Youtube turns it into a cinematic experience.
Jill: Watch this video!
Jack: Okay.
Jack: wtf? 10 minutes? That's way over my Youtube Attention Span.
Jill: *cries*

  • Ferdinand Magellan: set sail from Seville to circumnavigate the globe; of the five ships that set out under his command, only one — the Victoria — returned to Spain (1519)
  • Smithsonian Institution: was created with $500,000 left by English scientist James Smithson (1846)
  • Son of Sam: New York serial killer David Berkowitz was arrested (1977)
  • Yuri Malenchenko: Ukrainian cosmonaut became the first person to be married in space, to a woman on the ground in Texas (2003)
  • Herbert Clark Hoover (U.S.) 1874
  • Leo Fender 1909
  • Jeff Corey 1914
  • Al Alberts (Four Aces) 1922
  • Rhonda Fleming 1923
  • Claus Von Bulow 1926
  • Jimmy Martin 1927
  • Jimmy Dean 1928
  • Eddie Fisher 1928
  • Rocky Colavito 1933
  • Bobby Hatfield (The Righteous Brothers) 1940
  • Ronnie Spector 1947
  • Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) 1947
  • Patti Austin 1948
  • Gene Johnson (Diamond Rio) 1949
  • Daniel Hugh Kelly 1952
  • Rosanna Arquette 1959
  • Antonio Banderas 1960
  • John Farriss (INXS) 1961
  • Julia Fordham 1962
  • Aaron Hall 1964
  • Lorraine Pearson (Five Star) 1967
  • Todd Nichols (Toad The Wet Sprocket) 1967
  • Michael Bivins 1968
  • Angie Harmon 1972
  • Nikki Bratcher (Divine) 1980
Angie Harmon - sexy pinup with naked back, heels and gorgeous hair (HQ,  Timothy White - Hollywood pinups) :

Tuesday, August 09, 2022

Review Tuesday: The Outsider by Stephen King

The Outsider
by Stephen King
When a man accused of a horrific murder appears to be at another place at the exact same time, the solution may lie within the impossible. 
I while back I read the book IF IT BLEEDS (reviewed HERE) and ever since I wanted to go back and read the story of The Outsider that was referred to in the story. So I FINALLY got around to it!

This is a long story. We all know that King can be quite good at that with books of his like IT, etc, but this one isn't quite that thick. It starts off in a small fictional southern town. The local sports hero, a coach, was arrested in front of an entire field of spectators during a crucial game. He's being accused of a vicious and violent murder. All the evidence points to him. Seems like an open and shut case? 



He happens to have an iron-clad alibi with several witnesses and even film footage to prove he was in another town while the murder was being committed. 

Defying all logic, the pursuit of truth in this case ended up in a lot of cooperation and a lot of other dead bodies. 

For the most part, I would call this book good. The entire thing seemed to drag on at points and there was never a proper explanation regarding WHAT the Outsider actually was. That aside, I am pleased I finally got around to reading it. 

Get it on AMAZON

Tuesday, August 9, 2022

gerent \JEER-uhnt\, noun:
  • A ruler or manager.
Gerent is an English adaptation of the Latin verb gerere, "to manage or conduct."
  • A mental typo, where someone says the wrong word but not because they don't know the correct word.
When he mixed up the names of his two close friends, it was a thinko.
What was the name of the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on Nagasaki?
  • 74 years ago today, the plane Bockscar — named for its regular commander, Frederick Bock — dropped "Fat Man" on the Japanese city of Nagasaki, effectively putting an end to World War II. Three days earlier, the Enola Gay — named for Enola Gay Tibbets, the mother of pilot Paul Tibbets — had unloaded its cargo, "Little Boy," on Hiroshima. The explosions killed more than 200,000 people, and the two cities were nearly completely destroyed. Both cities have been rebuilt and serve as a center of the movement to ban nuclear weapons. An annual world conference opposing nuclear weapons has met in Hiroshima every year since 1955.
  • Tower of Pisa: construction on the campanile began; it would take 200 years to complete, and the uneven settling of the foundation would cause it to lean (1173)
  • Sistine Chapel: the private chapel of the popes was consecrated and its first mass was celebrated (1483)
  • Webster-Ashburton Treaty: established much of the border between the US and Canada (1842)
  • 1936 Summer Olympics: Jesse Owens became the first American to win four gold medals in one Olympiad (1936)
  • Nagasaki: atom bomb called the Fat Man, dropped by the Bockscar, devastated a second Japanese city (1945)
  • Singapore: seceded from and became independent of Malaysia (1965)
  • Richard M. Nixon: officially left office as America's 37th president and the first one to resign; vice president Gerald Ford became president (1974)
  • Isaac Walton 1593
  • Jean Piaget 1896
  • Charles Farrell 1901
  • Zino Francescatti 1902
  • Roger Shaw 1927
  • Merle Kilgore 1934
  • Billy Henderson (The Spinners) 1939
  • Jack DeJohnette 1942
  • David Steinberg 1942
  • Sam Elliott 1944
  • Ken Norton 1945
  • Rinus Gerritsen (Golden Earring) 1946
  • Barbara Mason 1947
  • Doug Williams 1955
  • Benjamin Orr (The Cars) 1955
  • Melanie Griffith 1957
  • Amanda Bearse 1958
  • Kurtis Blow 1959
  • Aimee Mann 1960
  • Whitney Houston 1963
  • Deion Sanders 1967
  • Pat Peterson 1968
  • Gillian Anderson 1968
  • Mack 10 1971
  • Liz Vassey 1972
  • Arion Salazar (Third Blind Eye) 1972
  • Audrey Tautou 1978

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The X-Files star Gillian Anderson wins huge equal pay battle ...

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Monday, August 08, 2022

Look forward to CJ

Picture of CJ Gibson

CJ Gibson






Hottie of the day!
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