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Nate is irritated DKL, a philospher non-lawyer, is getting all kinds of attention from lawyers. So, naturally, Nate tries to steal his thunder with a little one-upsmanship. Its like a chess game of obscure words. Whoever can use more big words in borderline incomprehensible sentences wins.


Unfortunately for DKL, he actually wanted people to be able to understand what he wrote, so Nate is way ahead on that point. Lets see if DKL can recover with a torrential maelstrom of abstruce verbosity, a veritable plethora of obnubilate utterances, a cornucopiaesque profusion of viva voce effluvia.

Whoever wins this match takes on Rosalynde.

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Sarebear said... @ March 8, 2006 at 7:13 AM

EEEeeeee.

Too much verbiage for my poor brain.

Teehee. And I haven't even read their posts.

Just thinking on it makes my head hurt. Hee hee.

Anonymous said... @ March 8, 2006 at 9:34 AM

First one to use "sword of Damocles" gets bonus points.

Anonymous said... @ March 8, 2006 at 11:41 AM

I think fewer Snarks, with higher quality, are warranted.

We don't need 2-3 snarks per day. Just a few good ones per week would be better.

Anonymous said... @ March 8, 2006 at 11:51 AM

Snarky,

You had me at viva voce effluvia.

Disregard the previous anonymous. Not every post needs to be a home run. Everybody knows that the team that hits the most singles wins the most games.

Steve EM said... @ March 8, 2006 at 1:13 PM

veni, vidi, pderi

Snarkimus Prime said... @ March 8, 2006 at 7:25 PM

Thanks anonymous commenter, thanks for giving me permission to do what I do. I needed that.

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