Monday, December 21, 2009

Abridge

ABRIDGE, v.t. To shorten.
When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for
people to abridge their king, a decent respect for the opinions of
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel
them to the separation.

Oliver Cromwell
2009 Update: 2 amend 4 modernity's sake, contesting vapidity with vacuity. To shorte.

16 comments:

Cheesemeister said...

Maybe that's part of my problem. I tend not to abridge myself when I should.

Anonymous said...

Peace
BLESS

jenn said...

Abridge spans ariver or acanyon. You can awalk or adrive over them.

Someone had to say it. May as well have been ame.

Thom said...

ABRIDGE: Is that how we get over the river and through the woods to Grandmothers house? I think so :)

quilly said...

What's UR . ?

Ariel the Thief said...

Abridge, to correct.

Lammy said...

Huh?

pia said...

u r da bomb

Jim said...

I've always been intrigued with things that go on under abridge.
Trolls are my favorites. I have heard that Webster, Funk and Wagnor have been known to play under abridge. There are books about the latter, one is Webster's Under A Bridge with Dick and Harry.
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cooper said...

eh, if you shorten a bridge it usually goes nowhere. Right?

Karen said...

cooper, how are you my lovely (11/07/09) twitter friend request?

zipzap5079: A shortened bridge should go nowhere.

Anonymous said...

good morning

quilly said...

I take it you decided to abridge this post by ignoring the comments. Probably a wise choice.

sauerkraut said...

Only a roundhead ignores ignoble comments.

Doug said...

Cheesemeister, blogging should be therapy for the uncensored mouth.

Bless, bless, Bear.

Ayou or alawrence aWelka, Jenn.

Thom, is Nancy Pelosi your grandmother?

Not a word in my dictionary, Quilly. I'm with you there.

Certainly to improve, Ariel. You're right.

Yup.

Tx, Pia. I am declaring today the quintennial day for internet abbreviations on this blog. And it is over.

Haha, Jim.

In that case, Coop, it goes into a speech.

Karen, tell zipzap, halfway across the chasm is usually far enough.

Morning, Bear.

Quilly, in my defense I had a cold and thought I answered. Thank you for bringing me back to reality.

Rounder by the day, Kraut.

weirsdo said...

I hate abridged books, especially for children. They show no respect for the author or his/her readers.