A black equivalent of king kong (used in the 70's-a period of black enpowerement.A black man who's "hip"-i.e. up on things-a word used to thwart Whitey's dominance in the golden sunny 70s the decade next to supreme court granting Blacks suffrage
All right,Mama,This ain't Whitey you're fooling with now.Say Hello to Black Kong-from Jill by Thomas St. Martin(1979)
The infamous Satanist Aleister Crowley first learned how to do magick using the word abracadabra from his teachers in the original Golden Dawn. He learned, however, that the correct usage was abra-ha-dabra. This, because the numerical value of abrahadabra is much more convenient than the numerical value of abracadabra. "Abra-ha-dabra" has the value of 418, when rendered from the Hebrew. And coincidentally, 418 equals many other convenient things.
"This book shall be translated into all tongues: but always with the original in the writing of the Beast; for in the chance shape of the letters and their position to one another: in these are mysteries that no Beast shall divine. Let him not seek to try: but one cometh after him, whence I say not, who shall discover the Key of it all. Then this line drawn is a key: then this circle squared in its failure is a key also. And Abrahadabra. It shall be his child & that strangely. Let him not seek after this; for thereby alone can he fall from it."
The equivalent to a sugar mamma in the lesbian community. The reference to u-haul, as applied to lesbian slang, is already defined in this dictionary.
In a conversation between two lesbians, Lindsay would say, "I don't think Rosie O'Donnell is that attractive." Kim responds, "I don't either, but I'd date her because I'm broke and she's a golden u-haul."
|60.||break the seal|
Certain species of Seal are naturally resistant to
training by humans. This is due to their wild, savage nature.
However, with some patience and a steady supply of fresh fish, most seals *can* be trained.
A human seal trainer is said to have "broken the seal" when the Seal correctly fetches a chilled beverage, such as a Moslon Golden or perhaps a delicious Molson Dry from the polar ice, in exchange for a handful of anchovies.
Anchovies are delicious.
Carlsson: Ya hey der, Ole!
Ole: Hey der!
Carlsson: Say den, it looks like you've finally done break the seal den der!
Ole: Oh, ya! He'll only retrieve for me a light beer though. I think he's trying to tell me I'm too fat!
Carlsson: Well heck der, Ole! You did have the double helpin' of Martha's lutefisk and potatoes, ya know!
One fucking awesome man! That pretty much sums it up. I mean, I could go on to say that he is the king of spoken verse and political, poetic, in-your-face rap. He's intense like camping is in tents. He writes personal narratives as well as general and specific social issue songs, but they're always in first person, which gives it that hardcore edge. Runaways, Climb Trees, Inherited Scars, Slow Down Gandhi, and Broken Wings are probably my favorite (but not necessarily his best) songs. And whoever said he was an armchair activist needs to read his biography before talking like an ignorant fucktard.
sage francis says:
"I'm up on a soapbox yelling into megaphones/killing hard rocks using carcasses as stepping stones/I had to promise I'd stop holding my marches the day that Chris Colombus got crucified on golden arches/but my pedestal was too tall to climb off/in fact that's the reason for the high horse/and from up here I see marines in hummers on a conquest/underdogs with wonderbras in a push-up contest/all for the sake of military recruitment/it felt like kent state the way they targeted the students.
The Golden State and the most loved and hated state in the United States.more...
1. The nations top agriculture state for over 50 years.
2. The most diverse state in America.
3. Most populous.
4. Most national parks.
5. The 5th largest economy in the world.
6. Tallest and largest trees in the world.
7. Highest mountain in the lower 48 states. Sorry Colorado.
8. Lowest and hottest place in Western Hemisphere. Death Valley.
9. Large cosmopolitan cities like SF, LA, San Diego and small towns like Julian, Lone Pine and Buellton.
11.Beautiful beaches including a chain of islands off the coast.
14.Hearst Castle, Big Sur, Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, Sequoia, Joshua Tree, Channel Islands, Mount Shasta, Central Valley, El Camino Real, SF Bay, LA Basin, Tomales Bay, Santa Barbara coast....
15.Great UC colleges.
16.Great aerospace heritage. Movie heritage. Agriculture heritage.
18.Golden Gate Bridge
19.Great musical heritage (rock, jazz and country)
20.Home of American Graffiti--one of the best movies of all time.
I could go on---but suffice it to say that if a state is the most loved and hated--then it has to be the best. Just like America is the most loved and hated nation.
I was born in Texas but moved to Cali as a kid and have loved it ever since. Anything you want is in Cali. Snow, sun, forests, lakes, deserts, beaches, rivers, wine country, farmland.
I am proud of my home st...
1. a 1980 number one hit for the R&B/funk/post-discogroup Lipps,Inc. (pronounced "lip synch" - yes, that's how U say it). They were basically a one hit wonder.
2. a Top 10 hit in 1987 for the Australian New Wave group Pseudo Echo. It has a harder-edged sound than the original seven years before. A genuine butt kicker. Pseudo Echo also scored a hit with their own "Living in a Dream" earlier in 1987.
3. because of their playing the Pseudo Echo hit, San Francisco radio stations gave the nickname "Funky Town" to their city itself.
1. ... won't you take me to
2. "Funky Town" was riding high on the charts in the summer of 1987.
Carl: Let's go to Funky Town and see the Chinese New Year parade in Chinatown! Then we can eat some Peking duck at the Golden Dragon restaurant.