Monthly Archives: October 2003


\DIL-uh-tont; dil-uh-TONT; dil-uh-TON-tee; -TANT; -TAN-tee\, noun; plural dilettantes, also dilettanti \-TON-tee; -TAN-\: 1. An amateur or dabbler; especially, one who follows an art or a branch of knowledge sporadically, superficially, or for amusement only. 2. An admirer or lover of … Continue reading

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Hm… maybe I should be worried.

Is it a bad sign when the guy behind the register at my local Beverages and More recognizes me?


Iron Reviewer

Go read Antwon‘s latest post (permalink). It’s very, very funny.

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Firsts and Lasts

Yet another Meme. Filched from Lauren.

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Wow. One more reason to hate the Catholic church: they’re telling people in poor countries that condoms won’t stop the transmission of HIV, so the only solution is abstinence. I can’t put into words how enraged this makes me. The … Continue reading



People do strange things with their food. You can make many small animals or get a special dingus to make an OctoDog. Stuff like this is why I subscribe to WebZen.

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\uk-SOR-ee-us; ug-ZOR-\, adjective: Excessively fond of or submissive to a wife. I suppose the term “whipped” came into prevalent use because “uxorious” is simply too difficult for most plebes to pronounce.

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PromoGuy’s Monday Mission 3.41

This week’s Monday Mission, superlate because poor PromoGuy had a rough time with his server.

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Well, the blogger not-a-Meetup thing last night rocked, open mic notwithstanding. :) Also, I’ve gotten my NaNo Blog for this year up and running, although there’s not much to see there yet. I’m going to bed. *yawn*

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\uh-SKRYB\, transitive verb: 1. To attribute, as to a source or cause; as, “they ascribed the poor harvest to drought.” 2. To attribute, as a quality; to consider or allege to belong; as, “ascribed jealousy to the critics.” It would … Continue reading

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