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

Thursday, August 21, 2003

21 AUG 03

From Merriam-Webster.


Pronunciation: -l&s

Function: adjective

Date: circa 1530

: having no equal : PEERLESS

match·less·ly: adverb

Or out of matches.

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Wednesday, August 20, 2003

20 AUG 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.

The collective noun for purple martens is "a bruise".

Hanagawd, bruh.

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Tuesday, August 19, 2003

19 AUG 03

Things Ray Says #32:

"Don’t be mislead. My apparent lack of interest is merely a mask for my genuine lack of interest."

(Insert rimshot here.)

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Monday, August 18, 2003

18 AUG 03

"Life grants nothing to us mortals without hard work."


Gauisus Dies Lunes!

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Friday, August 15, 2003

15-17 AUG 03

History is written by winners, but Footnotes to History shows some of the also-rans. Filibuster states, maroon nations, artificial islands, and utopian movements are presented in dictionary style along with a few clickable maps. It also reveals a lot of obscure history, such as New York City’s Confederate sympathy during the U.S. Civil War. A very cool site.

Mosquito Coast Protectorate. Sounds like nice place to not visit.

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Thursday, August 14, 2003

14 AUG 03

From Merriam-Webster.


Pronunciation: i-‘v&l-sh&n

Function: noun

Etymology: Latin evulsion-, evulsio, from evellere: to pluck out, from e– + vellere to pluck — more at VULNERABLE

Date: circa 1611


The verb is evulse. This is our new favorite word. – The Management

Hold still. Let me get that for you.

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