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Profile: Absurdicuss
User Name: Absurdicuss
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Occupation: bum
Interests: nothing in particular...everything in general.
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Last Visit: Monday, January 29, 2018 3:23:55 PM
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Topic: Random Sentence Game
Posted: Thursday, January 11, 2018 1:43:32 AM

Walking Along Narrow Trails, Our Feet Ached, Surprisingly, Hobbling Our Escort.


"Now" is the eternal present.
Topic: Random Sentence Game
Posted: Wednesday, January 10, 2018 6:27:15 PM

Sanctimoniously Obnoxious Linguistic Ethicists Cackling Incoherently, Spewed Mindlessly.


"Now" is the eternal present.
Topic: plenitude
Posted: Wednesday, January 10, 2018 6:19:44 PM

Is my attitude toward the lack of plentitude at this altitude really rude?

"Now" is the eternal present.
Posted: Wednesday, January 10, 2018 6:15:41 PM

The only noteworthy aspect of the entire evening is that it was memorably forgettable.


"Now" is the eternal present.
Topic: fleecy
Posted: Monday, February 27, 2017 6:05:58 PM

Suddenly awakened by a frigid wind I fumbled in the darkness for a fleecy tufted garment with which to cover my numb appendage.

Grammarly wants to know if "fleecy" is an error and is "fleece" the intended word?

We'll have to ask the Farlexian Wizard.

"Now" is the eternal present.
Topic: tRump's immigration order is unconstitutional
Posted: Sunday, January 29, 2017 6:51:38 PM

Nothing unconstitutional about a president moving unilaterally to enact security decisions on behalf of the nation that elected him to the office.

In a free and open society, everyone is encouraged to enter into the dialogue.

Mature people generally adhere to some minimum norms of decency when engaging in heated debate.
This helps prevent a descent into unproductive ad hominem attacks that hinder the exchange of reasonable ideas.

"Now" is the eternal present.
Topic: I listened as they called my President a Muslim
Posted: Sunday, January 15, 2017 12:29:24 AM
I recall that under the Obama regime all of our countries woes were the fault of Bush 43.

I recall that any criticism of Obama was labeled and marginalized as the voice of racism and bigotry.

I recall that the national debt more than doubled during the first four years under Obama's progressive, enlightened presidency.

I recall that unemployment - the real figures - has remained at 10% and that our national growth rate has been anemic.

I recall that Obama mocked the Bible and Christians.

I recall Obama turning a blind eye to jihadis murdering Christians in the middle east while admonishing us to be tolerant of Islam - the peaceful religion.

I recall Obama speaking reverently of Mohamed.

I recall Obama heading up the expansion of the job robbing regulatory nightmare that is hollowing out this nation.

I recall Obama "the law professor" not producing any published thesis.

I recall Michelle Obama referring to Kenya as his "home country".

I recall that Obama will go down as, thankfully, one of the laziest presidents in history - lest more havoc be wrought upon us by his globalist agenda.

I recall the White House being lit in rainbow colors as the traditional definition of marriage was abandoned, but never lit blue to honor police officers slain in the line of duty.

The list goes on.

I do not recall asking anyone on the left to be tolerant - despite the fact that it is supposedly a cornerstone of the liberal monopoly on morals.

When, not if, Trump fails to keep his promises - and he will not, cannot keep them all, I too will proclaim loud and clear.

But, if he accomplishes half of that which his egocentric America first mindset is proposing then he will have done much to set our nation on a sound course towards the center right, limited government, free enterprise, system envisioned by the founders of our constitution, a document for which Obama, evidently, has little regard.

"Now" is the eternal present.
Topic: Your Favorite Song
Posted: Saturday, January 14, 2017 11:40:39 PM

Well, I can see by Epi and DragO's last posts here that this could easily develop into a discussion on pagan, esoteric symbols - what, with the inverted triangle of English Folkdom and all that Druidic mysticism stuff. This could go right off the rails.

Hey speaking of rails, one of my favorite songs - by which I mean in my top one thousand favs - is The Railroad Song by Lynyrd Skynyrd.

It's about a train hopping American hobo who rides in search of the history of Jimmy Rogers and the Hag.

It features a neat choo-choo guitar and rhythm melody.

"Now" is the eternal present.
Posted: Saturday, January 14, 2017 11:08:32 PM

The conclusion of many grueling hours of intense testing and examination finally came when the world renowned research team arrived at the stunning realization that, no matter how many attempts were made, exhaustively combining pieces of the whole fragment together yielded no more than half of one pair.


"Now" is the eternal present.
Topic: Trump's Choices
Posted: Saturday, December 10, 2016 9:29:36 PM

The government that governs least governs best. Churchill?

Trump's pledge to eliminate two regulations for every new one sounds like an excellent strategy to begin scaling back the federal behemoth.

Adding to your salient points on greed and agency mandates, Hope, EPA abuses are widespread and well documented.

"Now" is the eternal present.

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