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Old 03-05-2011   #32
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Re: Logophiles Unite!

^ Oh, Dord, that's one of my favorites!

But my undying passion for this word...well...will never die:

quag·mire

 /ˈkwęgˌmaɪər, ˈkwɒg-/ Show Spelled[kwag-mahyuhr, kwog-] Show IPA
–noun 1. an area of miry or boggy ground whose surface yields under the tread; a bog.

2. a situation from which extrication is very difficult: a quagmire of financial indebtedness.

3. anything soft or flabby.
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"In calling this movie a "creature" I wish to emphasize its ability to almost literally administer pain to the viewer's body and mind by repeatedly attacking the viewer with its dumbness. As a rabies-infested creature attacks viciously and without good reason, this movie drives the viewer into a corner and sinks its thought-sapping teeth into the most vital areas of the viewer's intelligence." An excerpt from Rachael's review of the movie "Lost."

"If you are attacked in an alley, compliment your attacker profusely on his cleverness and confidence in being able to confront his or her enemies and express his anger! Healthiness comes through experience, dear ones! Quiet your souls." Advise from an Elderly man

"A painting is finished when the artist says it's finished." --Rembrandt Van Rijn

"Smiles a Hobo smile of having eaten too many inedible things"--one of Rachael's many amazing statements!
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