01 February 2008

Nothing to do with Anything

Not that this has to do with anything, but I saw the clip below on The Loquaciously Verbose Ramblings of 1 Slacker and thought it was damn funny.

At first I thought “loquaciously verbose” meant something like, “I use big words for my age, kind of like those kids on Dawson’s Creek.”

Thank you, dictionary.com. I know now that it means something more like, “I’m a long-winded talker and tend to use more words than necessary.”

Now that’s my kind of blog!

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On to the featured video:



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Listening to: Modest Mouse - Lounge
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5 comments:

  1. I wish you a great weekend my friend ;)

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  2. @fishhawk: according to wikipedia, "Pwn (pronounced as own or pone, not pawn... ...In Internet security jargon, to "pwn" means "to compromise" or "to control", specifically another computer (server or PC), web site, gateway device, or application; it is synonymous with one of the definitions of hacking. An outside party who has "owned" or "pwned" a system has obtained unauthorized administrative control of the system."

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  3. OH no... did my comment not get through?

    Thanks for the plug! And glad you liked the video.

    -Jillian

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  4. p0wn3d is what online internet gamers say to each other after a "kill."

    "P0wn3d!" as in "OWNED!" as in "I own you, beyotch!"

    It expanded to mean any kind of control or triumph over another, as Jeanette explained.

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