National Geek Day

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That’s right folks, today is National Geek Day. Don’t be confused however,  the term Geek also includes the Nerd, Brainiac, or “people that are out there”. Believe it or not, it’s the Geeks that run this country. Take Dr. Fauci, Bill Gates, and Tim Cook of Apple for example, these are the Geeks who have transformed and set the precedent for many new and innovative thoughts and inventions throughout the last 20 years.

I say give thanks to the Nerds, the Geeks, and ALL of the Brainiac’s out there who have made history and have changed our lives for the better. Also, in this month, other events that have come to pass are as follows:


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This Month in History – July Historical events for the month of July, by day:

1 U.S. postage stamps went on sale for the first time. (1847) 1

The first photographs were used in a newspaper. (1848) 1

The Bureau of Internal Revenue Service was established.

(1862) 1 The Philadelphia zoo opens, the first zoo inthe U.S. (174) 1

Taxes begin to be withheld from paychecks. (1943) 1 ZIP codes go into use. (1963) 1

Medicare health insurance program goes into effect. (1968) 2.

President Garfield is shot. His struggle to survive lasted 80 days until his death on September 19th. (1881) 2

The Lawrence Welk show premieres on television.

955) 3 The first cultivated strawberry is displayed by Michael Kent (1806) 4
After being displayed or over a century, the torch on the Statue of Liberty is removed so it can be replaced. (1984)

5 Baseball great Joe DiMaggio hits his first grand slam. (1937) 5
 The bikini makes it’s debut at a Paris fashion show.

(1946) 6 In the very first All Star Baseball game, the American League wins 5-2. (1933) 7

The United States annexes Hawaii. (1898) 8 The U.S. State Department issues the first passport. (1796) 9

Dick Clark hosts American Bandstand for the very first time. (1956) 10
After an unsuccessful attempt to change it’s formula, Coca-Cola brings back the ever popular original formula as “Classic Coke”. (1985) 11

Robert Bailey Thomas publishes the first issue of the Farmer’s Almanac. It is now called the “Old Farmer’s Almanac”. (1792) 11

Former Vice President Aaron Burr kills Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton in a duel. (1804) 11

Skylab space station re-enters the earth’s atmosphere. Pieces land in the Indian Ocean and in Australia. (1979) 12

Etch-a-Sketch goes on sale. (1960) 13

The radio is patented by Guglielmo Marconi. (1898)

14  Alfred Nobel demonstrates dynamite. (1867) 14

Liquid rocket fuel is patented. (1914) 15 Vulcanized rubber is patented by Goodyear. (1844) 15

Margarine is patented. (1869)

16 John F. Kennedy Jr. dies in a plane crash off Martha’s Vineyard. (1999)

17 The Harvard School of Dentistry becomes the first dental school in the U.S. (1867) 17
The air conditioner was invented. (1902) 17

Walt Disney’s ames and his gang rob their first train (1873) Disneyland opens in Anaheim, Ca. (1955) 18

Adolph Hitler publishes Mein Kampf (1925) 19 Samuel Colt, invented the revolver (1814)

19 Winston Churchill uses the two finger “V” for victory sign. (1940) 20

In “one small step for man, one giant step for mankind”, Astronaut Neil Armstrong becomes the first person to walk on the moon.  (1969)

22 Bank robber John Dillon was shot dead. (1934) 22

An act of Congress restores Civil War Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s citizenship. (1975)

23 Charles E. Minches of St. Louis, Missouri fills a pastry cone with two scoops of ice cream, and the ice cream cone is invented.(1904) 23
Air Force Colonel Eileen M. Collins becomes the first woman to command a space shuttle. (1999) 24

Pres. Hoover announces the Kellogg-Briand Pact which renounces war. (A lot of good that did….) (1929)

25 American forces defeat the British at the Battle of Niagara Falls (Lundy’s Lane) (1814) 25

Louise Joy Brown, the First “Test Tube” baby is born in Oldham General Hospital, UK (1978) 26

Benjamin Franklin became the first Postmaster General. (1775) 26

Mickey Mantle hits his first “Grand Slam”. (1952) 27 Bugs Bunny debuts in Warner Brothers animated cartoon “A Wild Hare” (1940) 28

World War I began. (1914) 29 Walt Disney’s “Steamboat Willie” premieres. (1928)

30 President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Medicare bill. (1965) 31 Mariner 6 flies past Mars (1969)

As you can see, July is a very special time of year. I want to personally thank all the Nerds, Geeks, etc. for a job well done, and I sincerely hope you enjoy your special day.

Until Later…

Dear Diary

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Monday, July 6th. 2020

Dear Diary:

I am sad today. I awoke to a huge hangover and a blackout from last night. Sometimes I wish I was just a regular person who didn’t rely on alcohol to stimulate my daily existence. Today I feel alone, like a person sitting alone on a block of ice in a never ending ocean, floating effortlessly to a never ending destination.

 Life seems to be a repetitive circle of ongoing activities. I get up with a hangover, out drink it, and then, drink until the sensation of inebriation develops my soul. Usually I will have sex, drink some more and then fall off into a drunken hazy sleep. Once awake , I repeat the process. Is there nothing I can do to end this cycle?

Yes, I know, go back to rehab. I am just too weak to revisit that ugly cycle of shakiness,while constantly being sick. I have tried it twice now, and the longest it took hold was for about six weeks. Drinking just seems to fulfil me. I realize that this is just my mind conjuring this fallacy, but for now, it seems to be all I know. Remember, I have been an alcoholic since I was about thirteen. Wow!!! Thirteen…

Someday, maybe I can summon the courage to go back to rehab. and give it another try. In the meantime, I guess I will be stuck in this never ending sea of addiction. For those of you who have overcome this addicting behavior, I give you credit, as for me, I guess I will wallow in my feelings of self-doubt and destruction a little longer as I take another shot of vodka and drink a beer. Thanks for letting me share my feelings Diary.

Until Later…

 

National Bikini Day Today

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HOT!!! That is the word of the day. It is 107 degrees here in Phoenix. I have just melted my pants off.  🙂  (Just a nice thought for all of you)…Dot and I have been playing games all day in the beautiful air conditioning.

We started with strip poker; I won, and then went on to playing gin rummy. About now, neither one of us are capable of concentrating on anything though. Maybe we should do a nice skinny dip in the pool for a second, and then right back in the air.

By the way, today is National Bikini Day. Ladies, don your best 2 piece suits and get out there and tan. Make sure you are wearing an SPF sunblock of about 2000 as the sun is hotter than Hell. Take a dip, order your favorite libation, sit back and relax, you deserve it.

Oddly enough, even though Bikini Day is celebrated nationally, it never even started here in the States. It was first displayed on the beaches of Paris France on July 5th. 1946. The very first bikini was made of just 30 sq. inches of fabric. Since then it keeps getting less and less. I say, skip the suit all together and show off what the good Lord gave you. That’s why you have them, flaunt them.

Anyway, I digress, some fun facts I thought you might like:

“At first, Spain and Italy banned bikinis at beaches

Bikinis are memorialized in song: Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow polka Dot Bikini

Movies have been made immortalizing the Bikini: How to Stuff a Wild Bikini, with Annette Funnicello

The world’s largest bikini parade was held in Johannesburg, South Africa on November 9, 2009, It included 287 bikini clad girls.

The world’s Largest Bikini photo was in Sydney, Australia. It included 1,010 girls on September 25, 2001.

Ancient Minoan paintings, circa 1600 B.C., show women in two piece suit, similar to bikinis.

St. Tropez claims to be the bikini posing capital of the world.”

Other interesting facts are:

Famous Bikini Wearers:

  • Raquel Welch has honors for the most famous bikini shot in One Million Years B.C.
  • Ursula Andress in Dr. No
  • Bridget Bardot on the beach at St. Tropez during the 1953 Cannes Film Festival
  • Bo Derek in the movie “10”
  • Princess Leia wore a metal bikini in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  • Halle Berry- A Bond Girl in Die Hard with Pierce Brosnan as James Bond.
  • Marilyn Monroe in any one of a number of bikini pictures.
  • Goldie Hawn in the Television comedy show Laugh-In

I hope you’ve enjoyed todays post…Keep Cool…

Until Later…

 

 

Cheers, I Raise a Glass to All

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Hi everyone. Well, here it is 9:30 am on the Fourth of July and guess who is already pissed? If you guessed me, you would be right, but, so is Dot (my partner). We’ve been up for quite a while celebrating our Nations independence.

I must say, being drunk this early is both exhilarating but also unusual. Dot asked me what we were gonna do for the rest of the day?  I explained we would sleep off THIS drunk, wake up, and start all over again. She laughed and said, “Sounds like a great idea.”

She is so funny, and so loaded, her lips and tongue are already all over my boobs, while her hand strokes my pussy. If she keeps this up, I will have no choice other than to stop typing, and let her bring me to my OWN Fourth of July fireworks explosion.

Hope you are all having a great holiday; I miss you all, and hope to hear all about YOUR celebrations. Gotta go for now, I am being summoned.

Until Later…

 

 

 

The NEW Fourth of July

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I would like to wish everyone a Happy Fourth of July. Today marks a day that as Roosevelt said, “Will live in infamy.”  While we wear masks, social distance, and see thousands upon thousands of people dying due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we get ready to celebrate our heritage.

 I pray that all people who celebrate this day celebrate “smartly”. Please social distance and “wear masks.” Is it worth the risk to gather in large crowds, ignore wearing masks, and run the risk of acquiring this dangerous disease? Please folks; this is NOT just the flu, It is wide spread, and extremely dangerous for ALL ages.

While fireworks is a National celebration, in MY opinion, it would be better to watch previous fireworks displays on TV, Bar B Q on a small scale with a few friends and family that you know are safe, and enjoy the holiday with good food, conversation, oh, and perhaps a little libation.:-)

Hmmmm… I seem to sound like a little bit like Dr. Fauci don’t I? Hey, I just don’t want ANYBODY dying unnecessarily. Let’s get real here, without an audience who reads me, what’s the point, RIGHT?

Have fun everyone and remember this…Our forefathers dyed not in vein, but to bring about the freedoms we many times take for granted. Let us honor the fallen and the brave, and dedicate our freedom to their honor. Happy Fourth…

Until later…

 

 

 

 

To be or NOT to be Drunk, That is the Question

To Be or Not to be Drunk,That is the Question

Too late to ask, I am already well in the bag…Whether it is nobler in the mind to be drunk, or suffer the slings and arrows of sobriety, THAT is the question. For those of you who follow me, you KNOW what MY answer is…Stay Drunk!!!

I know what you’re thinking, Sooz, why do you feel as if you need to drink constantly. My answer is, I don’t feel I need to drink as much as I WANT to drink. To be totally honest, I like being drunk. Now, the hangovers, the blackouts, and wondering if I did something I shouldn’t have are entirely different questions.

I once mentioned that almost every sexual experience I ever had was when I was drunk. There is just something about the looseness of the mind and body that makes an orgasm feel like the Fourth of July. Is there really anything wrong with being drunk when making love? According to a British article I read, women have an average of eight lovers, and five of the eight made love regularly while being intoxicated. So it’s NOT just me.

Now, have I ever made love sober, yes, after I have come back from rehab? Did I enjoy it, yes, but, not as much as when drunk. The big question remains, who have I slept with, AND, did I have protected sex? To that I have to say…I Don’t Know…Luckily, I have been safe. Now, I am with my partner so I don’t really have to worry about such things thank goodness.

I’m not saying that everyone should be a drunk like me; I am just explaining why I still enjoy, and carry on the way I do. I realize there have been many books written about recovering alcoholics who say that soberity is the way to go. Good for them I say, NOT for me.

Oops, I am rambling now so I better sign off. Love to all…

Until Later…