Thrill of a Lifetime (album) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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By Rachel Feltman December 23 at 12:35 PM
As you probably know, the female praying mantis will sometimes bite her mate’s head off. It’s not something that the insects make a habit of, exactly — they probably only do it when a male is particularly aggressive, or when the female really needs a nutrient boost in order to successfully lay her eggs.
But when a lady is really hungry, she sometimes throws off fake fertility signals to get a guy into bed. And when that happens, he’s pretty much always on the menu.
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Tagged Africa, Bird, Blues, Bruce Lee, China, fly, Insect, Mantis, Pollination, Pollinator
||(adjective) Extremely loud.
||He was woken by the stentorian voice of his teacher, demanding to know why he wasn’t paying attention. Discuss
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Tagged African-American music, aristotle, Barrel (unit), Blues, City Island Bridge, Cliffside Park, Compact Disc, Construction, Cushing, New Jersey, Oklahoma, stentorian voice, United States, Word of the Day
There is a good deal of satisfaction about being thoroughly miserable; but nobody likes a fit of the blues.
Jerome K. Jerome (1859-1927) Discuss
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Tagged Arts -Architecture, sculpture, Auberge Resort, Blues, Facebook, Hotel Jerome, Jerome, jerome k jerome, Twitter
Elvis Presley Milk Cow Blues Boogie
Sometimes, more and more often, we are disappointed by the image above, that tells us the reason for which we will try to view whatever we wanted to view elsewhere. Imagine what will happen when things, all of a sudden will start to disappear, for no reason, not even copyright, but just because governments want it. HOw disappointing that would be, how harmful to our internet information. Imagine this:
And now for ‘Milk Cow Blues’ SLEEPY JOHN ESTES (1930) Blues Guitar Legend:
The Kinks – Milk Cow Blues 1965:
and about 40 years closer and 3 billions more homo sapiens specimens: Do you remember this one?
That was The Kinks – Apeman 1970
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Tagged Blues, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Hosting, Kinks, March of Dimes, Milk Cow Blues, SLEEPY JOHN ESTES, United States, YouTube