Monthly Archives: July 2013

Wimpanzee – Wednesday’s Wordapod

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This Wednesday’s Wordapod—Wimpanzee—should  appeal to most anthropologists and primatologists…and wordsmiths…out there. Wimpanzee is one of many such enjoyable new Wordapods to be found in Wordapodia, Volume One: An Encyclopedia of Real Fake Words. 

 

Wimpanzee

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REASONABLE DOUBT

 

 

 

This column was to be written Saturday morning, quite a few hours before the somewhat stunning non-guilty verdict was announced in Sanford, Florida, thereby exonerating George Zimmerman of either second-degree murder or manslaughter in the homicide of Trayvon Martin.

 

Even now, four or so hours post-decision as I start to write, I’m still letting this sink in for a moment, as I am not so much shocked by the verdict itself (anything can and does happen in jury trials) but still reeling at the seeming finality of it and everything that preceded it.

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ARACHNONISM – Wednesday’s Wordapod

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Wednesday’s freshly coined Wordapod, found in Wordapodia, Volume One: An Encyclopedia of Real Fake Words, may even appeal to arachnophobes.

 

Arachnonism

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PASTRIOTIC – Wednesday’s Wordapod

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As July 4th approaches, I must ask you: Are you doing your PASTRIOTIC duty? Wednesday’s Wordapod is one of many such enjoyable new words to be found in my Wordapodia, Volume One: An Encyclopedia of Real Fake Words. 

 

Pastriotic

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