Redefining misanthropy for a fresh generation. Standard posts begin with a definition from Ambrose Bierce's The Devil's Dictionary followed by a modern adjustment. Miscellany on Wednesday and storytelling on Saturday.
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
AIR, n. A nutritious substance supplied by bountiful Providence for the fattening of the poor.
2009 Update: The commodity most liberated by tariff or by trade agreement. An affordable source of foreign accord.
Air: There's a lot of it in DC these days!!! But to clear the air, Happy Holidays to you and your family my friend :)
Air--should be cleaned, recycled and redistributed in DC. Me angry and no amount of hot air is going to change that
I can't compete with the word verifier. It reads: candair. Canned Air -- any recorded political speech.
Air: Used to dry one's dirty laundery.
affordable only for the present
Air is the resource most taken for granted. The only place now that it isn't free is from those tire pumper upper machines.
Air: we heat it, we cool it, we treat it, we flavor (scent) it, and we purify it. No charge, only a cost of business that is passed along.
taken for granted
though lack of
has your name
All I need is the air that I breathe just to wish you all a merry xmas... all I neeeeeed. ...
Air keeps the airplanes up, too.
And farting would make no sense without air, either.
And to you and yours, Thom. May you will be elected to congress.
Pia, happy Hannukah, anyway.
Speeches and sermons generally, I think, Quilly.
You win, TLP.
True, Coop. In 20 years it will cost 1.5% of our incomes or so.
True, Jim. Funny, if you think about it, that we perfume and purify it.
Well, Bear, it isn't hard to find. Peace.
Actonbell, I had no idea! But theirs air orchids, right?
Merry Christmas, Sauerkraut.
Ariel, those are two important technical points.
Highly doubtful my friend. I speak my mind too much and don't take bribes...and my comment was suppose to include hot yesterday...go figure LOL
This is Tuesday's post, Thom. Yesterday would then be Monday ~ Abridge (contesting vapidity with vacuity).
A whistlable tune?
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