Saturday, July 02, 2022

See Ya!


I'm outta here


Time for vacay!

Unfortunately I have to go through this first:


The TSA has foiled SO MANY terror attempts...
SAID NO ONE EVER.

Kate Beckinsale

Time for some fun and rest!

Saturday, July 2, 2022

evanescence \ev-uh-NES-ens\, noun:
1. A gradual dissappearance.
2. The state of becoming imperceptible.
Evanescence is from Latin evanescere, "to vanish," from e-, "from, out of" + vanescere, "to disappear," from vanus, "empty."
 
Dildough
  • Money required to purchase sex toys.
I caught my girlfriend trying to put my dildough into her piggybank.
 
History
  • Amistad: 53 African slaves rebelled and took control of their transport ship, La Amistad (1839)
  • James A. Garfield: US president was shot by Charles J. Guiteau; he died on September 19 (1881)
  • Wal-Mart: retail giant opened its first store, in Rogers, Arkansas (1962)
  • Civil Rights Act: legislation that offered strong protection of minorities' rights was signed by US President Lyndon B. Johnson, who used over 75 pens (1964)
  • Susan B. Anthony dollar: the 1st US coin to honor a woman was introduced (1979)
  • artificial heart: first self-contained model was received by Robert Tools; he lived with it for 151 days (2001)
  • Spirit of Freedom: Steve Fossett completed the first solo trip around the world in a balloon (2002)
Birthdays
  • Hermann Hesse 1877
  • Jean Rene Lacoste 1905
  • Thurgood Marshall 1908
  • Ken Curtis 1916
  • Robert Sarnoff 1918
  • Dan Rowan 1922
  • Marvin Rainwater 1925
  • Medgar Evers 1926
  • Brock Peters 1927
  • Imelda Marcos 1929
  • Ahmad Jamal 1930
  • Dave Thomas 1932 - Founder for Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers
  • Tom Springfield 1936
  • Richard Petty 1937
  • Polly Holliday 1937
  • Paul Williams (The Primes, The Temptations) 1939
  • Mike Abene 1942
  • Ron Silver 1946
  • Saul Rubinek 1948
  • Roy Bittan (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band) 1949
  • Joe Puerta (Bruce Hornsby & The Range) 1951
  • Johnny Colla (Soundhole, Huey Lewis & The News) 1952
  • Pete Briquette (The Boomtown Rats) 1954
  • Jerry Hall 1956
  • Jimmy McNichol 1961
  • Dave Parsons 1965 - Musician (Bush)
    Amy Weber 1970 - Model
  • Yancy Butler 1970
  • Rebecca Mader 1979 - Actress ("All My Children", "Lost", "Justice")
  • Vanessa Lee Chester 1984
  • Ashley Tisdale 1985 - Singer, actress ("The Suite Life of Zack & Cody")
  • Lindsay Lohan 1986
    Margot Robbie 1990 - Actress 


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Friday, July 01, 2022

WTF Friday: My Knees!

 

 

Friday, July 1, 2022

hunky dory \HUHNG-kee-DOHR-ee\, adjective:
  • About as well as one could wish or expect; satisfactory; fine; OK.
Hunky dory is an American coinage from the late 1800s. The source is posited to be an adaptation of New York City slang or perhaps a reference to a street in Japan named Honcho dori, known as a destination for sailors on shore leave.
 
Microwave minute
  • When time slows down while waiting for you food to heat in the microwave. Known side effects are increased hunger, slowing of all the clocks in your house and walking around aimlessly trying to kill time. The microwave minute has the ability to slow time turning one minute into what feels lime an hour.
Kus(9:00 pm): dude when are you gunna get here??
Ryan(9:00 pm): I'll be there in a microwave minute.

pluto booty
  • When a girl has a butt that is so small, that some consider it nonexistent.
Boy: Damn, that girl's back goes straight down to her thighs. That's a Pluto booty if I've ever seen one!
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History
  • Battle of San Juan Hill: future president Theodore Roosevelt led the Rough Riders in a charge up Kettle Hill during the Spanish-American War (1898)
  • Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty: was signed by the US, UK, USSR and others to halt spread of nuclear arms (1968)
  • Walkman: portable audio player was introduced by Sony (1979)
  • Hong Kong: reverted to Chinese rule after 156 years of British rule (1997)
Birthdays
  • Gottfried Von Leibniz 1649
  • George Sand 1804 - Author Amandine Aurore Lucile Dudevant
  • Cecil Rhodes 1854
  • Louis Bleriot 1872 - Aviator, first to fly an airplane across the English Channel
  • Susan Glapell 1882
  • James M. Cain 1892
  • Thomas Andrew Dorsey 1899 - Musician, "Father of Gospel Music", pianist, composed more than 1,000 gospel songs
  • Charles Laughton 1899 - Actor ("Captain Kidd")
  • Myron Cohen 1902 - Comedian, actor ("When Nature Calls")
  • William Wyler 1902 - Director
  • Estee Lauder 1908 - Cosmetics company founder
  • Willie Dixon 1915 - Musician (Big Three Trio)
  • Olivia DeHavilland 1916 - Actress ("The Heiress", "Gone with the Wind")
  • Farley Granger (Farley Earle II) 1925 - Actor ("The Purple Heart")
  • Bobby Day (Byrd) 1930 - Singer ("Rockin' Robin')
  • Leslie Caron 1931 - Actress ("Lili", "Gigi", "An American in Paris")
  • Jamie Farr 1934 - Actor ("M*A*S*H")
  • Jean Marsh 1934 - Actress ("Frenzy")
  • Claude Berri 1934 - Actor, director
  • Sydney Pollack 1934 - Director
  • David Prowse 1935 - Actor
  • James Cotton 1935 - Blues musician
  • Wally Amos, Jr. 1936 - Entrepreneur, created Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies
  • Delaney Bramlett 1939 - Musician, singer (Delaney & Bonnie)
  • Frank Parker 1939 - Singer (Ciccio)
  • Twyla Tharp 1941 - Dancer, choreographer
  • Rod Gilbert 1941 - Hockey player
  • Karen Black (Ziegler) 1942 - Actress ("The Great Gatsby")
  • Geneviève Bujold 1942 - Actress ("Coma")
  • Deborah Harry 1945 - Singer (Blondie)
  • Harold McLinton 1947 - Football player
  • David Earnest Duke 1950 - Former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan,
  • Trevor Eve 1951 - Actor
  • Daryl Anderson 1951 - Actor ("Lou Grant")
  • Fred Schneider 1951 - Musician (B-52's, Shake Society)
  • Dan Aykroyd 1952 - Comedian, actor ("Driving Miss Daisy", "Saturday Night Live", "Ghostbusters", "The Blues Brothers")
  • Pat Donovan 1953 - Football player
  • Keith Whitley 1954 - Singer
  • Alan Ruck 1956 - Actor
  • Lorna Patterson 1956 - Actress ("Airplane!", "Private Benjamin")
  • Lisa Blount 1957 - Actress
  • Carl (Frederick Carlton) Lewis 1961 - Olympic Gold Medalist
  • Michelle Wright 1961 - Country singer
  • Princess Diana (Spencer) 1961 - Princess of Wales
  • Andre Brougher 1962 - Actor
  • Roddy Bottum 1963 - Musician (Faith No More)
  • Pamela Denise Anderson 1967 - Actress ("Baywatch")
  • Mark Pirro 1970 - Musician (Tripping Daisy)
  • Henry Simmons 1970 - Actor ("NYPD Blue")
  • Claire Forlani 1972 - Actress ("J.F.K.: Reckless Youth", "The Rock")
  • Liv Tyler 1977 - Model , Acress ("Armagedon", "Lord of the Rings")
  • Andrew Cavarno 1992 - Actor ("Party of Five")
  • Stephen Cavarno 1992 - Actor ("Party of Five") 


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Thursday, June 30, 2022

Thurtle Thursday: Hmm

Thursday, June 30, 2022

macabre \muh-KAH-bruh\, adjective:
1. Gruesome and horrifying.
2. Pertaining to or representing death, esp. its grimmer or uglier aspect.
Macabre relates to the Danse Macabre, a medieval allegory, but the etymology of the word itself is subject to speculation.
 
Shut up and keep talking
  • An expression that's used when you want information from someone, but that someone keeps telling boring details you don't need to know. Can be emphasized by using 'Shut the fuck up and keep talking'.
Guy 1: So we went to her bedroom, and there were a lot of dolls there. She also had a poster of-
Guy 2: Dude, shut up and keep talking. Did anything happen?

History
  • The Great Blondin: French acrobat crossed Niagara Falls on a tightrope; walking from the US to Canada took him eight minutes (1859)
  • Tunguska event: 2,000 sq. km of central Siberia were flattened in an explosion likely caused by a meteor disintegrating above the Earth's surface (1908)
  • Gone With the Wind: classic Civil War-era novel was published (1936)
  • 26th Amendment: was ratified, lowering the US voting age to 18 (1971)
Birthdays
  • David Wayne 1916
  • Lena Horne 1917
  • Susan Hayward 1919
  • Shirley Fry 1927
  • June Valli 1930
  • Harry Blackstone, Jr. 1934
  • Tony Musante 1936
  • Nancy Dussault 1936
  • Florence Ballard (The Supremes) 1943
  • Glenn Shorrock (The Little River Band) 1944
  • William Atherton 1947
  • Stanley Clarke 1951
  • Andy Scott (Sweet) 1951
  • Hal Lindes (Dire Straits) 1953
  • David Alan Grier 1955
  • Adrian Wright (Human League) 1956
  • Doug Sampson 1957 - Musician (Iron Maiden, Smiler)
  • Vincent D'Onofrio 1959
  • Rupert Graves 1963
  • Mike Tyson 1966
  • Phil Anselmo (Pantera) 1968
  • Tom Drummond (Better Than Ezra) 1969
  • Brian Bloom 1970
  • Brian Vincent 1970
  • Monica Potter 1971
    Elizabeth Anne "Lizzy" Caplan 1982
      

 
 
  
 

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Hasselhoff Wednesday: Better than Brandon


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