Friday, February 09, 2024

Friday, February 9, 2024

screed \skreed\, noun:
1. A long discourse or essay, especially a diatribe.
2. An informal letter, account, or other piece of writing.
3. Building Trades. A. A strip of plaster or wood applied to a surface to be plastered to serve as a guide for making a true surface. B. A wooden strip serving as a guide for making a true level surface on a concrete pavement or the like. C. A board or metal strip dragged across a freshly poured concrete slab to give it its proper level.
4. British Dialect. A fragment or shred, as of cloth.
5. Scot. A. A tear or rip, especially in cloth. B. A drinking bout.
1. Scot. To tear, rip, or shred, as cloth.
Screed is related to the Old English word for shred. Its alternate sense of a long speech was first recorded in 1789 and may be related to the sense of the word meaning a long lists of names.
  • The formal union of two people who are of the same gender in a consensual relationship, typically recognized by society. Also described as same-sex marriage and gay marriage.
The two men had been seeing each other for 5 years and engaged for 9 months before they decided to make their relationship permanent by garriage.
The gay couple invited all their friends to celebrate the couple's garriage ceremony.
The two women exchanged loving vows during their garriage ceremony.

  • World LADY DEATH Day - character was first published on this date in 1994. More HERE.
Art of Elias Chatzoudis - Lady Death

  • John Quincy Adams: the House of Representatives chose America's sixth POTUS, when no candidate received a majority of electoral votes (1825)
  • National Weather Service: then known as the United States Weather Bureau, was founded under the US Army Signal Corps; it used to alert fruit growers to the approach of stormy weather by telegraph (1870)
  • Volley Ball was invented by W.G. Morgan (1895)
  • Davis Cup: international tennis competition was played for the first time; its donor, Dwight F. Davis, won (1900)
  • Hollywood Walk of Fame: the first embedded star was awarded, honoring Joanne Woodward (1960)
  • The Beatles: the Fab Four appeared for the first time on The Ed Sullivan Show (1964)
  • Satchel Paige: became the first Negro League player elected into Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame (1971)
  • William Henry Harrison (U.S.) 1773
  • George Ade 1866
  • Amy Lowell 1874
  • Ronald Colman 1891
  • Brian Donlevy 1899
  • Carmen Miranda 1909
  • Bill Veeck 1914
  • Ernest Tubb 1914
  • Gypsy Rose Lee 1914
  • Kathryn Grayson 1922
  • Brendan Behan 1923
    Frank Frazetta 1928
  • Roger Mudd 1928
  • Robert Morris 1931
  • Jo Ann Prentice 1933
  • Janet Suzman 1939
  • Barry Mann 1942
  • Carole King 1942
  • Joe Pesci 1943
  • Barbara Lewis 1943
  • Alice Walker 1944
  • Mia Farrow 1945
  • Joe Ely 1947
  • Major Harris 1947
  • Judith Light 1949
  • Dennis "DT" Thomas (Kool & the Gang) 1951
  • Charles Shaughnessy 1955
  • Holly Johnson (Frankie Goes to Hollywood) 1960
  • Travis Tritt 1963
  • Julie Warner 1965
  • Dannie Leigh 1970
    Tom Hiddleston 1981 (Loki) 
  • David Gallagher 1985

Frank frazetta, Fantasy book covers, John carter of mars

Avengers- Loki/Black Widow Red Ledger - Song Lyrics and Music by Marvel's  Avengers arranged by JBHellermusic on Smule Social Singing app