Category Archives: Word For The Day

Word For The Day: Negative Knowledge

Negative Knowledge (Noun) – Information so trivial that it passes the event horizon of information and actually makes a person dumber for having learned it. Continue reading

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Word For The Day: Level Up

It’s basically a tautology; a person who gets off on controlling others is the exact opposite of one who wants only to improve himself. Continue reading

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Word For The Day: Setback Mowing

Well played oh verdant nemesis. Continue reading

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Corruption Niche II

First an editorial note from the Curmudgeon: Events have overtaken me.  Daily politics get overwrought so I try to let the fetid air disperse before commenting. I wrote about “Corruption Niches” well after the trifecta of suck which included “the … Continue reading

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Word For The Day: Corruption Niche

It’s self defeating to build the trap and add the cheese just so you can be shocked when a mouse gets snapped. I won’t play that game. None of us should! Continue reading

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Word For The Day: Undernews

Undernews – (Noun) News that is widely available on the Internet (particularly blogs) but doesn’t get much (or any) attention in the Mainstream Media. I didn’t coin the term.  It’s been kicking around for years.  What can I say; I … Continue reading

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Word For The Day: Ingalls

Ingalls – (Noun) A unit of measure by which all winter blizzards can be compared. Continue reading

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