Monday, October 02, 2023

Look forward to JESSICA!

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Monday, October 2, 2023

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Sunday, October 01, 2023


Sunday, October 01, 2023

weltschmerz \VELT-shmerts\, noun:
  • Sentimental pessimism; sorrow that one feels and accepts as one's necessary portion in life.
Weltschmerz comes from German welt, "world" and schmerz, "pain." The term was coined by Jean Paul Richter in 1810.
Intentional Walk
  • When an individual feels pity for a fellow being and gives them a free pass to "first base".
Anna had felt so bad for Tyler that she gave him an Intentional Walk and kissed him by the lockers.

  • Treaty of San Ildefonso: secret pact in which Spain ceded Louisiana to France was signed (1800)
  • Yosemite National Park: central California preserve called "the greatest marvel of the continent" was established (1890)
  • Henry Ford introduced the first mass-produced automobile on the market. The 2-seater Model T cost $825. By 1927, when the Model T was phased out, production had become so streamlined that dealers were able to reduce the price to $300. While Ford did not invent the assembly line, he made it so much more efficient that it revolutionized the industry. In the very early days, it took 12 hours to produce an automobile. By 1913, when Ford opened his new, more efficient Model T factory, it took only 93 minutes; by the time the last Model Ts rolled off the line in 1927, a car was produced every 24 seconds. (1908)
  • Walt Disney World: world's largest resort opened its doors southwest of Orlando (1971)
  • James Lawrence 1781
  • William Boeing 1881
  • Vladimir Horowitz 1903
  • Everette Sloane 1909
  • Walter Matthau 1920
  • James Whitmore 1921
  • William Rehnquist 1924
  • Jimmy Carter (U.S.) 1924 worst US President until Obama
  • Max Morath 1926
  • Roger Williams 1926
  • Tom Bosley 1927
  • Laurence Harvey 1928
  • George Peppard 1928
  • Richard Harris 1930
  • Philippe Noiret 1930
  • Frank Gardner 1932
  • Albert Collins 1932
  • Julie Andrews 1935
  • Stella Stevens 1936
  • Edward Vilella 1936
  • Herb Fame (Peaches & Herb) 1943
  • Jerry Martini (Sly and the Family Stone) 1943
  • Scott McKenzie 1944
  • Rod Carew 1945
  • Donny Hathaway 1945
  • Stephen Collins 1947
  • Randy Quaid 1950
  • Howard Hewett 1957
  • Youssou N'Dour 1959
  • Richard Barone 1960
  • Kelly Willis 1968
  • Jay Underwood 1968
  • Kevin Griffin (Better Than Ezra) 1968
  • Zach Galifianakis 1969
  • Jurnee Smollett 1986
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Saturday, September 30, 2023

Three Contractors

"Three Contractors"

Three contractors are bidding to fix a broken fence at the White House.
One is from Chicago, another is from Kentucky, and the third is from New Orleans.
All three go with a White House official to examine the fence.
* The New Orleans contractor takes out a tape measure and does some measuring, then works some figures with a pencil.
"Well," he says, "I figure the job will run about $9,000. That's $4,000 for materials, $4,000 for my crew and $1,000 profit for me."
* The Kentucky contractor also does some measuring and figuring, then says, "I can do this job for $7,000. That's $3,000 for materials, $3,000 for my crew and $1,000 profit for me."
* The Chicago contractor doesn't measure or figure, but leans over to the White House official and whispers, "$27,000."
The official, incredulous, says:
"You didn't even measure like the other guys. How did you come up with such a high figure? ”
The Chicago contractor whispers back:
"$10,000 for me, $10,000 for you, and we hire the guy from Kentucky to fix the fence."
* "Done!" replies the government official.
And that, my friends, is how the Government Stimulus plan worked.

Remember... Four boxes keep us free:
- The soap box,
- The ballot box,
- The jury box,
- The cartridge box.

"I love my country. it's the government I'm afraid of!"

Saturday, September 30, 2023

votary \VOH-tuh-ree\, noun:
1. One who is devoted, given, or addicted to some particular pursuit, subject, study, or way of life.
2. A devoted admirer.
3. A devout adherent of a religion or cult.
4. A dedicated believer or advocate.
Votary comes from Latin votum, "vow," from the past participle of vovere, "to vow, to devote." Related words include vow and vote, originally a vow, hence a prayer or ardent wish, hence an expression of preference, as for a candidate.
Cold Anxiety
  • When you hate the cold so much you take certain steps in your life to avoid cold situations. You miss out on events and other happenings because it is either 1) taking place on a cold night outside or 2) taking place on a night with a touch of cold and you are nervous that your sweater won't be warm enough. You do not fear the alarm clock, you fear the cold burst of air that will flow over your body once you pull the comforter off your body. You don't hate showering, but you hate the feeling of stepping out of the shower and toweling off so you either a) blow-dry your body before your hair, or b) install a sauna next to your shower. You also find yourself in a sweatshirt while others are wearing bathing suits and you stare in disbelief at how cold they must be!
"I didn't go meet my girlfriends out at the Marina tonight because I had too much cold anxiety!!"
"Why are you late for work?'
"My cold anxiety kept me in bed too long!"
"Why are you wearing a jacket in the summer?"
"cold anxiety!"

  • imagebam.comUS Senate: Pennsylvanians William Maclay and Robert Morris became the first two members elected to the federal body (1788)
  • The Magic Flute: Mozart's opera opened in Vienna (1791)
  • ether: was used as an anesthetic for the first time by Boston dentist William Morton (1846)
  • Little Women: Louisa May Alcott's classic novel of four sisters growing up during the US Civil War was published (1868)
  • Munich Agreement: France, Italy, Germany and Britain signed a pact allowing Germany's annexation of the Sudetenland; it became synonymous with appeasement (1938)
  • Nuremberg Trials: 22 Nazi leaders were found guilty of war crimes (1946)
  • James Dean: Rebel Without a Cause star died in a car crash at age 24 (1955)
  • Republic of Botswana: African nation declared its independence from Britain (1966)
  • William Wrigley, Jr. 1861 - Chewing gum tycoon
  • Johnny (John Thomas) Allen 1905 - Baseball pitcher
  • Deborah Kerr (Trimmer) 1921 - Actress ("The King and I", "Separate Tables")
  • Oscar Pettiford 1922 - Musician, played with Charlie Barnet, Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington, Woody Herman, Stan Getz
  • Truman Capote (Streckfus Persons) 1924 - Writer (In Cold Blood, Other Voices, Breakfast at Tiffany's), actor
  • Robin Roberts 1926 - Baseball pitcher
  • Angie Dickinson 1931 - Actress (Police Woman, Cassie and Company)
  • Johnny Podres 1932 - Baseball pitcher
  • Cissy Houston 1933
  • Jill Corey 1935 - Singer
  • Johnny Mathis 1935 - Singer
  • Len Cariou 1939
  • Dewey Martin 1942 - Musician (Buffalo Springfield)
  • Frankie Lymon 1942
  • Marilyn McCoo 1943 - Singer (5th Dimension), TV hostess (Solid Gold)
  • Austin "Red" Robbins 1944 - Basketball player
  • Sylvia Peterson 1947 - Singer (The Chiffons)
  • Marc Bolan (Mark Feld) 1947 - Musician (T.Rex)
  • Rula Lenska 1947
  • Andy Maurer 1948 - Football player
  • Catie Ball-Condon 1951 - Swimmer
  • John Lombardo (10,000 Maniacs) 1952
  • Deborah Allen 1953 - Singer
  • Victoria Tennant 1953 - Actress
  • Calvin Levels 1954
  • Patrice Rushen 1954
  • Barry Williams (Blenkhorn) 1954 - Actor (The Brady Bunch)
  • Basia 1956
  • Vondie Curtis-Hall 1956
  • Fran Drescher 1957
  • Marty Stuart 1958
  • Debrah Farentino 1959
  • Eric Stoltz 1961 - Actor (Some Kind of Wonderful, The Glass Menagerie)
  • Crystal Bernard 1961 - Actress (Happy Days, Wings)
  • Dave Magadan 1962 - Baseball player
  • Marley Marl 1962
  • Eddie Montgomery 1963
  • Robby Takac 1964 - (Goo Goo Dolls)
  • Lisa Thornhill 1966
  • Monica Bellucci 1968
  • Jenna Elfman 1971
  • Ashley Hamilton 1974
  • Mike Damus 1979
  • Martina Hingis 1980
  • Dominique Moceanu 1981
  • Lacy Chabert 1982
  • Kieran Culkin 1982
    Rosana Arkle 1988
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