Category Archives: Where vocabulary goes to die

Word For The Day: Sampled

As a hunter I’m interested in certain deer infecting maladies.  Notably things that’ll transfer from said deer to me and melt my brain.  Prions carrying BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy) and other “Mad Cow” related terrors are examples of things I’d … Continue reading

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Double Dip Recession

Recently I’ve heard journalists and other disreputable fools refer to 2010 as an example of a “double dip recession”. This is spoken as if it were actually an intelligent statement. Of course “double dip recession” is verbiage borne of wishful … Continue reading

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Word For The Day: Re-Homed

Recently I was reading the newspaper.  (Making me one of the last six Americans left who reads print media.) Towards the back of the slim product (should I even call these limp pamphlets newspapers anymore?) was an article about the … Continue reading

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