vilify [vil–uh-fahy] v. 1. to speak ill of; defame; slander 2. Obsolete. to make vile
Charles Baudelaire (1821), Curly Lambeau (1898), J. William Fulbright (1905), Hugh Hefner (1926), Tom Lehrer (1928), Jim Fowler (1932), Carl Perkins (1932), Marty Krofft (1937), Peter Gammons (1945), Hal Ketchum (1953), Dennis Quaid (1954), Marc Jacobs (1963), Cynthia Nixon (1966), Jenna Jameson (1974), Albert Hammond, Jr. (1979), Keshia Knight Pulliam (1979), Jesse McCartney (1987)
Today, I’m only offering a quote to someone who I’m sure, despite his limp rhetoric, can’t help but to check my blog everyday.
We are keenly aware of the faults of our friends, but if they like us enough it doesn’t matter. ↔ Mignon McLaughlin
Sorry, folks, come back Monday for some more. Thanks for reading.
The man who doesn’t relax and hoot a few hoots voluntarily, now and then, is in great danger of hooting hoots and standing on his head for the edification of the pathologist and trained nurse, a little later on. ↔ Elbert Hubbard
I’ve mentioned this band on here before but, man, until the other day, I didn’t fully appreciate how amazing this song is. It’s “Airplanes” by Local Natives.
→ Holy shit, lady. Go away all ready, will you? Do we need further proof that the people in charge of television programming are smoking crack?