|1.||Judgment Night Soundtrack|
The Judgment Night Soundtrack was a project conducted during the first Gulf War to develop the first rap-metal fusion. The project was led by the United States, and included scientists from Denmark, The United Kingdom and Canada. Formally designated as the Judgment Night Sounds Track (JNST), it refers specifically to the period of the project from 1990–1995 under the control of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, under the administration of General Leslie R. Groovesvoort. The scientific research was directed by American physicist J. Robert Blasterbeat.more...
The project's roots lay in scientists' fears since the 1970s that Iraq was also investigating rap-metal fusions of its own. Born out of a small research program in 1988, the Judgment Night Soundtrack eventually employed more than 130,000 people and cost nearly US$2 billion ($22 billion in current value). It resulted in the creation of multiple production and research sites that operated in secret.
Project research took place at over thirty sites across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. The three primary research and production sites of the project were the lyrical-production facility at what is now the Hanford Site, the metal-enrichment facilities at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and the beats research and design laboratory now known as Los Alamos National Laboratory. The JNST maintained control over U.S. rap-metal production until the formation of the Raps-Metaled Commission in January 1996.
A "judgment-free zone" is a setting where friends turn a blind eye to petty social gaffes in the interest of promoting a laid back environment.
The term is often used to assure another person that they do not need to worry about behavior (their own or that of another) for which they just apologized.
Tim: "Sorry about what happened at the party last night. Do you think my stripping act in the kitchen freaked anyone out?"
Jon: "Hey, judgment-free zone, man."
Judgment City is that part of town where all the buildings are of medium height, usually located near expressways, and built between the early Sixties and the mid-Eighties. Its style is some variation on International Style as exemplified by the almost inevitable flat roofs with HVAC equipment forming a "sore thumb" addendum to the roof lines. Judgment City gets its name from the sterile corporate complex that is the setting for most of the plot of Albert Brooks' satiric comedy DEFENDING YOUR LIFE.more...
Beige is the predominant theme of Judgment City -- beige for the cast-concrete slabs that form some buildings, most bridges, and practically all covered parking structures attached to those buildings that no longer are surrounded by enormous asphalt parking lots. Beige also shows up in more overtly pseudo-sophisticated building techniques like pebbled walls (usually more concrete but with a deliberate random design), or the vertical walls with pretend fluting that are made of a whiter shade of concrete.
Judgment City areas generally push retail and housing to its edges because in these neo-downtowns, rents are too expensive to support low-rise concerns.
If, however, you come across a newer area that is not flat-roofed and beige, but equally corporate with such building features as monopitch or steepled roofs, ziggurat-edged walls and exposed structural elements like gray PPG plate glass or red girders, you've gone beyond Modern into Post-Modern: Legoland. (See "Legoland".)
The day in which one's parents become aware of one's marijuana usage, usually followed by arguing or discussion where one will feel as though they are being judged.
Mike: "I faced Judgment Day last night."
Rick: "How did the folks take it?"
Mike: "Apparently they were old hippies, so it's cool!"
1. Sleek= Mouse + Bagdad. See Iraq, insane,poor judgment, and Mitt Romney.
2. (N) The guy in the group who will run you over with his car, drop 300 dollars playing 25/50c poker, show off his 4 inch knife, send everyone you know a computer virus, then have a 3 some with Phil in the back of a van with some chick.
Zach:I heard Sleek was going to Iraq.
Ben:Ya same. I also heard he had a three-some with Phil
Zach:Ya,that's hella poor judgment.
Ben:Kinda like eating out a stripper.
1: The day your parents find your stash of marijuana.
2: The day your girlfriend finds you at a strip club
3: The day in several fucked up religions that state the end of everything.
4: The day SkyNet takes over
Mom: What the FUCK is that green shit u got under your bed?!?
Kid: Chewed up froot loops?
Bitch: Marty what the FUCK are you doing here at this strip club??
Marty: what the fuck are YOU doing here, bitch?!?
Christian Bigot: OMFG THAT GUY KILLED MY FAMILY, JUDGMENT DAY IS COMING!!!
Me: (shoots him dead)
Sarah Connor: 3 billion human lives ended on August 29th, 1997. The survivors of the nuclear fire called the war Judgment Day. They lived only to face a new nightmare: the war against the machines. The computer which controlled the machines, Skynet, sent two Terminators back through time. Their mission: to destroy the leader of the human resistance, John Connor, my son. The first Terminator was programmed to strike at me in the year 1984, before John was born. It failed. The second was set to strike at John himself when he was still a child. As before, the resistance was able to send a lone warrior, a protector for John. It was just a question of which one of them would reach him first.
|7.||Holiday Judgment Phobia|
Though looking forward to seeing family at traditional holiday gatherings, you agonize that you might feel judged even though you are usually quite happy with your life as it is. Also known by the phrase "Who needs an inner critic when there are outer ones who seem more than happy to have me feeling criticized enough?"
Holiday Judgment Phobia can exist at any age, and cover a wide range of areas feeling raw and exposed for judgment. For example, weight, leg length, hair style, hair color, clothing, shoes, jewelry, make-up, boyfriend, girlfriend, pregnancy, weight, skin, tattoos, piercings, nails, children, manners, vocabulary, education, employment, spouse, ex-spouse, welfare, dishes, food choices, unemployment, pets, living arrangements, friends, enemies, politics, religion, travel, dreams, goals, and current lifestyle choices in general.