Portentous Post

Ominous- (mentioned in another post) adjective 1. portending evil or harm; foreboding; threatening; inauspicious 2. having the significance of an omen Advertisements

Don’t be a Muckraker!

I love quotes! I love the ones that make you think, and the ones that make you laugh. If it changes the reader in some way, shape, or form, that I write it down to save for later. This is one of those times. I read the following quote in my history book. “In Bunyan’s…

You’re Gullible if you read this…

…and thankfully you are, or extremely brave. I could have but absolutely nothing here. You’re welcome, I love to give entertainment. So, I found it, it is indeed in the dictionary! Don’t you love the fact I’m so willing to dive into the ominous dictionary for you! Oh look, another new word for another time.

Wise Words

Words of Wisdom for the Day:   “If only we could be like trees and leaf each other alone.” – My Mom

You’re so dord.

So dord you don’t know what it means. Here’s a little word history from http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/dord?qsrc=3086. dord 1934, a ghost word printed in “Webster’s New International Dictionary” and defined as a noun used by physicists and chemists, meaning “density.” In sorting out and separating abbreviations from words in preparing the dictionary’s second edition, a card marked…