Saturday, July 14, 2012
Often words in a modern society take on new, different and somewhat humorous meanings.
- Percussive Maintenance: The fine art of whacking an electronic device to get it to work again.
- Perfect Pitch: What it is when you throw a banjo in a dumpster and it didn't hit the sides.
- Petranoid: Someone who is both petrified and paranoid. Usually a mother.
- Pharmacist:: A helper on the farm.
- Phonecrastinate: To put off answering the phone until caller ID identifies the caller.
- Pokemon: A Rastafarian proctologist.
- Polarize: What penguins see with.
- Porcupine: A craving for bacon.
- Primate: Removing your spouse from in front of the TV.
- Raisin: Grape with a sunburn.
2. Life Goes On
4. Easy to be Hard
5. Broadway Baby, with interpolations of chat
6. I Don't Know How To Love Him
Being Short Chat
7. Small Packages
8. Hello Young Lovers
Dustin Hoffman Chat
9. Shoot the Breeze
11. Evita Instrumental
12. Don't Cry For Me, Argentina
14. As If We Never Said Goodbye
Sweeney Todd Chat
15. By the Sea
Queen Mother Chat
16. I Get a Kick out of You
17. I Dreamed a Dream
18. Chess Instrumental
19. Someone Else's Story
20. I Know Him So Well
21. Poor Old John
22. Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien
23. If You Love Me
Thank Band & Chris Egan
24. Cry Me a River
24a. Play Off
25a. Play Off
Calls & Flowers
26. With One Look
26a. Play Off
- Java is an island that forms part of Indonesia.
- Tasmania is the smallest of the Australian six states.
- Deva was the Roman name for the English city of Chester.
- The Scottish city of Glasgow is on the banks of the River Clyde.
- If you are being served pottage, you are being served a soup.
- In Japan, Geishas entertain men with singing, dancing and conversation.
- Saintly won the 1996 Melbourne Cup.
- Australian singer/songwriter Peter Allen was born in Tenterfield, New South Wales 1944.
- The French name for the English Channel is La Manche.
- The town of Conclurry is in the Australian state of Queensland.
Friday, July 13, 2012
It’s Eytan & the Embassy’s “Everything Changes,” with Eytan being quick-changed from the chest up into a selection of rock legends Can you name all of them?
- It is simple to make something complex, and complex to make something simple.
- Measurements will be quoted in the least practical unit; velocity, for example, will be measured in 'furlongs-per-fortnight'.
- An expert will always state the obvious.
- The chance a copy machine will break down is proportional to the importance of the material that needs to be copied and inversely proportional to the amount of time till the material will be needed.
- A maintenance department will neglect a customer's complaints until it starts installations on the customer's new projects.
- If it works in theory, it won't work in practice. If it works in practice, it won't work in theory.
- No matter how clever and complete your research is, there is always someone who knows more.
- The less intelligent the idea, and the person stating it, the more likely it will be funded.
- A man with one watch is certain about time. A man with two watches isn't.
- The more knowledge you gain, the less certain you are of it.
- Technicians are the only ones that don't trust technology.
- The more you want to contact someone over an instant messenger is inversely proportional to the chances that they will be online.
- The more important your email is, the worse your email program will screw it up.
- The probability of being watched is directly proportional to the stupidity of your act.
and Helen Mirren
will receive stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2013, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce announced.
Among the 24 honourees next year will also be TV favourites:
and Matthew Perry
From the recording industry, stars will be given to:
the Backstreet Boys
New Kids on the Block
and Luther Vandross
Also receiving the five-pointed salute will be:
Penn & Teller,
and deejay Shotgun Tom Kelly.
This is a geological phenomenon known as Danxia landform. These phenomena can be observed in several places in China. This example is located in Zhangye, Province of Gansu. The colour is the result of an accumulation over millions of years of red sandstone and other rocks.
- Warsaw is the capital of the European country Poland.
- A Hendecagon has eleven sides.
- English monarch, Elizabeth I, was sometimes called Good Queen Bess.
- The River Murray flows into Lake Alexandrina in South Australia.
- The first Holden cars went on sale in Australia in 1948.
- The Greatest Show on Earth is often used to describe the circus.
- The evergreen song White Christmas was written words and music by Irving Berlin.
- In the Nursery rhyme Hey Diddle Diddle the cow jumped over the spoon.
- Oil tycoon Blake Carrington in the TV series Dynasty was played by John Forsythe.
- Arthur Haley wrote the 1968 novel Airport.