19 definitions by the migster

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First word heard from the moon. The nation's fourth largest city and home to the Texas Medical Center (the world's largest) and NASA's Johnson Space Center.

Few cities in the world can match H-Town as a source for blues and rap talent. Home of ZZ Top and Beyoncé.

One of the best places to live, work, play, eat, play music, hear music, do art, see art, get sick, get well, work out, hang out, and make a decent living doing whatever your heart says you were put on earth to do.
The U.S. economy can be up or down but there's always money to be made in Houston.
by the migster July 19, 2005
Robert Johnson is The Father
Muddy Waters is The Son
Jimi Hendrix is The Holy Spirit
This is the Holy Trinity of The Blues.
by the migster October 08, 2005
Smoldering, intelligent, hovering anthropomorphic red box of french fries. One third of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force on adult swim. Only one of the three having destructive super powers - a heat blast from the eyes. Has a dark gray goatee and what appears to be a lightening bolt scar under his left eye. Wears dental braces which are seen only when he smiles, which is rare. Has a peculiar large blue jewel attached to his back, perhaps the energy source of the heat ray and/or his levitation ability. Has limited use of the fries as appendages. Frylock is usually the most rational member of the team, the comedic "straight man." A picture of Frylock with a young Dr. Weird (an ATHF nemesis) on Frylock's bookshelf, and an anatomy chart of Frylock on his bedroom wall, suggest early ties with Dr. Weird.
Frylock: Shake this is an important scientific tool, I mean - surgery, space exploration, can't you just see the applications?
Shake: Yes... make my johnson bigger!
Frylock: It's NOT a toy, Shake.
Shake: We're doing my johnson first, and lemme find some chicks and upgrade their butts! 'Cause baby likes back.
by the migster August 06, 2005
Houston, Texas is located 45 miles north of Galveston and the Gulf of Mexico. And high temperatures in the summer are usually in the mid-90s.

Dallas is 300 miles from the Gulf and hotter, and the people there are a whole lot less friendly.
What was the dude thinking who said Houston was 70 miles from Galveston and 120 degrees in the summer??
by the migster April 26, 2006
Anagram/pseudonym of Doors' lead singer Jim Morrison. He used it as a refrain in the song L.A. Woman.
Mr. Mojo Risin'
Got to keep on risin'
Risin' risin'
Come on risin' risin'
Whoa! Wang! Bang!
by the migster August 30, 2005
Arguably the most unique, creative and insanely funny animated cartoon concept since the introduction of The Simpsons.

The ATHF team consists of three anthropomorphic fast food characters Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad, their jerky Joisey neighbor Carl and his swimming pool, and various comrades and nemeses.

The most popular villians are the Mooninites, two BS-spewing, Atari 2600 sprites who threaten dominance over earthlings but are actually about 28 years behind in development.

ATHF had its origins as a concept for an episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast where Space Ghost goes to a fast food joint, orders a bunch of food, but is unable to pay for it. The restaurant arranges for their mascots to appear as guests on his talk show and the mascots hijack the show.

The episode was never made, but the characters were pitched to Cartoon Network by their writer/creators Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro and they got their own show.
The ATHF characters live in New Jesey, but the show is produced in Atlanta. Its creators are originally from Pensacola, FL, and Conyers, GA.
by the migster July 16, 2005
An alter ego of Doors lead singer Jim Morrison, to imitate a Native American shaman. Shamans identified strongly with an animal deity. Jim chose the lizard, which included the ability to shed his skin (leather pants, which he wore chronically). It may also be said he chose a Tyrannosaurus rex for "dinosaur fear" -- the theory that we have a genetic memory from the time when dinosaurs not only ruled the earth, but also snacked on our furry ancestors.

References to the "Lizard King" and his greeting have since appeared in pop culture and entertainment, such as role-playing and computer games, animated cartoons, comics and literature.
"I am the Lizard King, I can do anything!"
-- Jim Morrison, "Not To Touch the Earth"
by the migster April 10, 2006

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