A day in the life of.... 17-06-07

A Sun – n –n – day landed on the 17th day of June in TWOZEROZEROSEVEN

Billionaire/love-struck/ French shutters/ skies cleared/canoodled/ canoodled/ Scientology component/ not divulge/pet projects….

Spiritual leader/triumphal/own charisma/ precise content/ full observance/ profoundly important figure….

80,000 long-term/full time dole/programprogramprogram/25 hours 10 months/Early data shows/310,000/obliged to participate/leader Senator Bob/tax cut…

*The Birthdays – TODAY ONLY *
You’ve been sleep walking again

Barry Manilow 1946
Jason Patric 1966


1861 – U.S. President Abraham Lincoln witnessed Dr. Thaddeus Lowe demonstrate the use of a hydrogen balloon. No one could see why using hydrogen could be a bad choice.

1885 – The Statue of Liberty arrived in New York City aboard the French ship Isere. After some bad noise, they stuck her at the front of the bay as a waring to other French statues trying to enter the country illegally. Statue stowaways will not be tolerated.

1912 – The German Zeppelin SZ 111 burned in its hanger in Friedrichshafen. Suddnely, everyone could see why using hydrogen was a bad choice.

1941 – WNBT-TV in New York City, NY, was granted the first construction permit to operate a commercial TV station in the U.S. It immediately aired Time Share programs and a show about the joys of spandex.

1944 – The republic of Iceland was established. Funny thing about Iceland is its very green… and Greenland is covered in ice.

1965 – Twenty-seven B-52’s hit Viet Cong outposts but lost two planes in South Vietnam. Turns out Charlie hate that ‘Love Shack’ song.

1969 – Boris Spasky became chess champion of the world after checkmating former champion Tigran Petrosian in Moscow, breaking Tigran’s leg in the process in the first full contact, extreme chess move. Surprisingly, Boris still can’t get a girlfriend.

1994 – O.J. Simpson drove his Ford Bronco across Los Angeles with police in pursuit and millions of people watching live on television. After the slow speed chase ended Simpson was arrested and charged with the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman, and was also charged with wearing ill-fitting leather gloves.

1965 – The Kinks arrived in New York City to start their first U.S. tour

1972 – Paul McCartney released “Mary Had a Little Lamb.”

1980 – Led Zeppelin began their last tour

1995 – Rod Stewart set an attendance record for Wembley Stadium with a concert crowd of 90,000.


KO•RO [kohr-oh]
–noun Psychiatry.

a culture-specific syndrome, occurring chiefly in China and southeastern Asia, characterized by anxiety and the fear of retraction of the penis or breasts and labia into the body.

*AT•A•RAX•I•A * [at-uh-rak-see-uh]

a state of freedom from emotional disturbance and anxiety; tranquillity

*SYZ•Y•GY [siz-i-jee]
–noun, plural -gies. *

1.Astronomy. an alignment of three celestial objects, as the sun, the earth, and either the moon or a planet: Syzygy in the sun-earth-moon system occurs at the time of full moon and new moon.

2.Classical Prosody. a group or combination of two feet, sometimes restricted to a combination of two feet of different kinds.

3.any two related things, either alike or opposite


If the clock at your work skips back a second every five seconds on an average eight hour day… thats an extra 17 seconds a minute you’re working, compounding to an extra 10 minutes and 20 seconds an hour… meaning an extra 81 minutes and 60 seconds in the eight hour day. So basically that time sucking clock makes you work an 408 minutes or 6.8 hours every week. Meaning 14.733333333 days a year are disappearing into the void. And they say cigarettes will kill you.

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