Deadword of the Day: Cupidity

Cupidity: When people are so crazy in love, they behave abnormally.

As in: I’m not sure how much more of this cupidity I can take…


Planning a trip to Hawaii? Be sure to make time for some whale watching!

History Schmistory: September 17. The New Frontier…

1976: NASA unveils the first space shuttle, Enterprise. Shatner and Nimoy consider a comeback.


Get lost in one of the worlds largest hedge mazes at Longleat Safari and Adventure Park in the UK. And bring lunch cause it might take a while to get out.

Deadword of the Day: Begrutten

Begrutten: The way one looks when they have been crying.

As in: The begrutten macho-man could no longer tolerate being a vegetarian.












Art by Jose Cabrera

History Schmistory: September 16. Let’s get together!

1963: Malaysia is formed from the Federation of Malaya, Singapore, British North Borneo and Sarawak. Singapore decides later to leave the newly established nation. Malaysia was quoted as saying, “fine, be that way!” and Singapore was all like, “Oh you just watch me!” and then Malaysia was like, “wait, don’t go!” but by then it was too late.

Happy 48th, Malaysia!


By Brian Jeffery Beggerly from S'pore (Singapore), Singapore (IMG_1988  Uploaded by Smooth_O) [CC BY 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

By Brian Jeffery Beggerly from S’pore (Singapore), Singapore (IMG_1988 Uploaded by Smooth_O) [CC BY 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

All the best, Marco!

GO THERE! An historic secret.

Scotland’s Secret Bunker, built 100 feet below a modest farmhouse, was in operation during the darkest days of the cold war. Now it’s an awesome museum!

Deadword of the day: Buzznack

Buzznack: An old broken musical instrument, particularly an organ, with a ridiculous price tag because it’s “an antique”.

As in: You have been trying to sell that buzznack for years!



History Schmistory: September 15. A child is born.

1254: The world is given a truly special gift. Marco Polo! Many sing and rejoice.
Happy 757th, Marco!

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