Monday, November 30, 2009


SEQUESTRATE, v. A legal term for robbing the under dog in the fight.

2009 Update: To privilege with quarantine, isolation or inaccessibility, as a bank fund.

(or on a boat) Happy birthday to Tan Lucy Pez and to Terry.


pia said...

Happy Birthday TLP and Terry!!!!!!!!

An awfully big word for pulling a Madoff, or as evilly banks and brokerages robbing us all of our investments

Jim said...

Happy Birthday to TLP and Terry!

Guess TLP is sleeping in today. We should sequester him.

The last time I had jury duty both Mrs. Jim and I were sequestered. Then the defense attorney had us struck--a free strike--as he was a friend of ours.

NicoleB Egypt said...

That's what politicians do on daily basis, no?

Anonymous said...

Hau`oli La Hanau to TLP and Terry!

SEQUESTRATE - US Banking system. Take the bailout money and screw the mass with it

weirsdo said...

To relieve from responsibility and burden with cares.

Happy Birthday, TLP & Terry.

Ariel the Thief said...

Happy Birthday, TLP and Terry!

The ugly dead man took one definition of mine, and the ugly living man took the other. I have nohting to say.

Cooper said...

Happy Birthday TLP and Terry.

SEQUESTRATE sounds like an anti-cholesterol drug to me.

quilly said...

Happy birthday to Tan Lucy Pez and to Terry!

I agree with Cooper.

Anonymous said...

birthday greetings
Crow and TLP

fancy way
to say
your screwed
irs prefers
the term

bless bless

Doug The Una said...

Actonbell, quite often can be nice, too.

Pia, you have to admit, it takes a quick thief to steal what we're busy losing.

That was lucky, Jim. You were on the same jury?

Nicole, I think they mix up between sequestration, congregation, imitation, flagellation, self-elevation and condemnation. I also think I just woke in a Temptations' song.

Thom, it's only money. The ultimate lubricant.

Nice, Weirsdo.

Ariel, the same evolution that made foxes quick put ugly men first in line.

I have no doubt it will be, Cooper.

Thanks, Quilly.

Ah, yes, Bear. I hope there was cake and wine.

Rabbit rabbit, Actonbell. Good luck to you and your wreath in December.