Thursday, July 27, 2006

Fatigue

FATIGUE, n. The condition of a philosopher after considering human wisdom and virtue.

2006 Update: The substance of intention and the evidence of things undone.

4 comments:

puppybrose said...

and... ha. okay, *now* i'm exhausted! multiple postings, multiple firsts! and why do i think this is gonna pis.. er, um, anger more than a Penguin or two?

Fatigue: a state of mind in which one is easily humored and/or entertained.

Doug said...

Puppybrose, I sure didn't mean to have multiple posts but it kind of goes with the word. Should I keep it?

puppybrose said...

apparently you've decided to keep *part* of the multiple postings... for which i applaud you! *claps*

you never should have told anyone differently... no one would have been the wiser! (certainly not me... as you could tell, i was having a grand time... 'course, i get that way when i'm fatigued) xo

a4g said...

Fatigue, n. (Am dial.) A dangerous condition caused by ...

Nevermind. I'm going to bed.