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    3^6=11

    3^6=11
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    Asimov wrote a whole series of robot stories....

    Asimov wrote a whole series of robot stories. Some were short stories published in "Analog" Sci Fi magazine and later collected into compilations, others were complete novels in and of themselves....
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    Rebeldom (n) New Toll Land. The name of Chicago...

    Rebeldom (n) New Toll Land. The name of Chicago after they finish their traffic management program of converting every city street to toll roads. Lit. "Rebuilt Bell Kingdom"


    gelatinous
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    carnivore:A loud, raucaus festival with lots of...

    carnivore:A loud, raucaus festival with lots of music and brightly colored costumes where all the grass-eaters dress up like wolves and lions and engage in drunken debauchery while all the...
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    belabor: (n) A critical and uncomplimentary...

    belabor: (n) A critical and uncomplimentary review of the People's Choice Award winner at the 2006 Toranto Film Festival, Bella.
    (adj) To call something belaboric is to describe something likeable,...
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    Musical! (Where did all the good musicals go,...

    Musical! (Where did all the good musicals go, anyway? Oaklahoma!, The Music Man, Paint Your Wagon. It just isn't the same without Oscar and Hammerstein. Of course, I should give a nod to Cats, Jesus...
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    Dirt? Is that what they call it these days? I...

    Dirt? Is that what they call it these days? I always called it "sailor talk" and you bet I sling all the way!


    Q: If a line could see in two dimensions, it would perceive the plane. If a plane...
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    snickle: a collection of small coins,...

    snickle: a collection of small coins, silvery-grey in color, worth about 2 cents. My father used to say, "If I had a nickle for every time I heard that, I'd have a snickle by now!"

    New word:...
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    I've been away, off the net, for awhile. Got...

    I've been away, off the net, for awhile. Got bogged down in bothersome, nitpicky duties of work. (Still bogged down, for that matter. My eyes are blurry and my brain is tired.) Anywho, I never got...
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    ...thinking...

    ...thinking...
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    1. Well, I guess it's not buzz-kill! Hmm... 1a....

    1. Well, I guess it's not buzz-kill! Hmm...
    1a. (to) stagnate
    1b. cultivate frog bait
    1c. fish food farm
    1d. (to be) nothing but pond scum
    2. earthenware
    3. I really like lining mining as in...
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    distestful A tea used by jealous women to keep...

    distestful

    A tea used by jealous women to keep their men from straying.
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    LOL! Well, to be fair, you had no idea where I...

    LOL! Well, to be fair, you had no idea where I was coming from on these. Mostly word play. Try:

    1. foreplay
    2. provision
    3. Piccadilly Square
    4. toolbar
    5. cribbage
    6. profound
    7. badger
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    dipwad: a torn-up tee-shirt stuffed into the tube...

    dipwad: a torn-up tee-shirt stuffed into the tube where the oil dipstick used to be before you "borrowed" it to be a makeshift radio antenna

    appropos
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    Tech Support Hey, Pen... Just for fun, here...

    Tech Support

    Hey, Pen...

    Just for fun, here are several definitions for which I have specific answers in mind. Why not see how many you can match to me and I'll post my chosen words afterwards....
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    True south-of-the-border Chili con Carne The...

    True south-of-the-border Chili con Carne

    The look you try to hide while eating your daughter's first cake.
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    caught in the act New Definition: always in...

    caught in the act

    New Definition: always in the wrong
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    Because once they step on them, the only way they...

    Because once they step on them, the only way they can remove them from between their toes is to pick them out with their nose.

    How many Psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb?
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    bumblebee New Definition: Condition of never...

    bumblebee

    New Definition: Condition of never having enough time to do it right, but always having enough time to do it over.
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    Doppler Effect Next definition: The secret...

    Doppler Effect

    Next definition: The secret ingredient that makes (insert your favorite fast food here) taste so good.
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    When. No one cares about where if the when is too...

    When. No one cares about where if the when is too long (stale news).

    Which is the more dubious kind of cover-up... omitting the truth or concealing the lie?
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    Plaid, especially when combined with high boots,...

    Plaid, especially when combined with high boots, a tartan, and bagpipes.

    driven or driver?
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    Automatic pilot Embalming fluid used to...

    Automatic pilot

    Embalming fluid used to preserve MRE (Meals Ready to Eat) Army rations.
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    LOL! Love this one! Widdershins: Ankle and knee...

    LOL! Love this one! Widdershins: Ankle and knee protectors for coal miners.


    Definition:mentholated
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    To never live. Same question, different way of...

    To never live.

    Same question, different way of phrasing:
    Would you rather go to hell for eternity or die and stay dead (i.e. no afterlife, no reincarnation, no heaven or hell, and no spirit...
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