Showing posts with label famous Jacks. Show all posts
Showing posts with label famous Jacks. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A list of famous Jacks - even includes an All This Is That editor

This is kind of interesting. I can only assume I made the 1039 Jack-FM list because they stumbled on my name in various work capacities on the Internet, and the fact that my name is attached to this blog, and the like 3,700 articles that have been posted here. Anyhow, that's some nice company mostly...

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Saturday, May 17, 2008

Jackulation — a list of Jacks

Jack (and Jill)
Jack Albertson
Jack Bauer
Jack Benny
Jack Black
Jack Brummet
Jack Daniels
Jack Dempsey
Jack Haley
Jack Kennedy
Jack Kerouac
Jack Kevorkian (a/k/a Dr. Death)
Jack Klugman
Jack LaLane
Jack Lemmon
Jack London
Jack Lord
Jack Nicholson
Jack Nicklaus
Jack Osborne
Jack Paar
Jack Palance

Jack Ruby
Jack Sparrow
Jack Straw
Jack The Ripper
Jack Warner
Jack Webb
Jack White
Little Jack Horner
The Union Jack

Thursday, October 04, 2007

On being Jack - definitions and photos of some famous Jacks

Jack Kennedy tries to calm down LBJ

1. any of the various portable devices for raising or lifting heavy objects short heights, using various mechanical, pneumatic or hydraulic methods: an automobile jack.
2. Also called knave. a playing card bearing the picture of a soldier or servant.
3. A connecting device in an electrical circuit designed for the insertion of a plug: a telephone jack.
4. Informal. fellow; buddy; man.

The fictional CEO of Jack In The Box

Little Jack Horner

5. a) One of a set of small, six-pointed metal objects or pebbles used in the game of jacks. b) jacks, a children's game in which objects are tossed and gathered while bouncing a rubber ball.
6. any of several carangid fishes, of the genus Caranx.
7. Slang for money.

Jack Kerouac

8. a small flag flown at the bow of a vessel, symbolizing its nationality.
9. A sailor.
10. Lumberjack.

Jack The Ripper

Jack Paar

11. Jackass. A foolish person. A mule or donkey.
12. Jacklight.
13. a device for turning a spit.
14. a small white bowl or ball used as an aiming mark for lawn bowlers.

Jack Nicholson

Jack Lemmon

15. a young male salmon before its migration.
16. Falconry. the male of a kestrel, hobby, or a merlin.
17. Slang. nothing: You don't know jack. Jack squat. Jack shit.

Jack Black

18. Slang. a physically attractive and desirable male.
19. to lift or move (something) with or as if with a jack (often followed by up): to jack up a car.
20. to increase, raise or accelerate (prices, wages, speed, etc.) Usually used with the word "up," Jacked-up, sped up.

Jack Dempsey

21. to boost the morale of; encourage, usually followed by up.
22. to hunt or fish with a jacklight.
23. Slang. to steal, or to have something stolen.

Jack Benny

Jack Straw

24. Slang. to mess up something or someone: You got jacked.
25. to hunt or fish with a jacklight.
26. jack off, Slang: to masturbate.
27. Carpentry. having a height or length less than that of most of the others in a structure: jack rafter; jack truss.
28. Middle English Jakke used in addressing any male, and particularly a social inferior,

Jack and the beanstalk