Mala Fide dotcom

mala fide: (Late Latin) With or in bad faith, treacherously.

Thursday, July 24, 2003

24 JUL 03

From the Rap Dictionary.


(adj) Extremely, very, a large quantity. "His jeep was pumpin’ mad bass."

It’s easy to annoy fish.

posted by latiolais at 0800  

Wednesday, July 23, 2003

23 JUL 03

The Unfact™ Of The Week.

The Unfact™ is, to the best of our knowledge, completely false and unsupportable. We are not responsible for any consequences that are bound to occur if you are silly enough to believe it.

Yellow Clay River City, Georgia didn’t fly the US flag until 1840 because a local tradition held that the 13 stripes were evil.

For true, y’all!

posted by latiolais at 0800  

Tuesday, July 22, 2003

22 JUL 03

Things Ray Says #28:

"There ain’t no hurricanes in space!"

(Insert rimshot here.)

posted by latiolais at 0800  

Monday, July 21, 2003

21 JUL 03

"Is sloppiness in speech caused by ignorance or apathy? I don’t know and I don’t care."

William Safire

Glad MÃ¥ndagen!

posted by latiolais at 0800  

Saturday, July 19, 2003

19-20 JUL 03

Excerpted from Jack Lynch’s Guide to Grammar and Style.

Who versus Whom.

While it’s possible to memorize a rule for distinguishing who from whom, it’s easier to trust your ear. A simple test to see which is proper is to replace who/whom with he/him. If he sounds right, use who; if him is right, use whom. For example: since he did it and not him did it, use who did it; since we give something to him and not to he, use to whom. It gets tricky only when the preposition is separated from the who: Who/whom did you give it to? Rearrange the words in your head: "To whom did you give it?"

Owls might disagree.

posted by latiolais at 0800  

Friday, July 18, 2003

18 JUL 03

A priest, a rabbi, and Kobe Bryant walked into a bar. You’d think that one of them would have seen it.

I’ll be here all week, folks.

posted by latiolais at 0800  
« Previous PageNext Page »

Powered by WordPress
©2002-2011 Ray Adam Latiolais