02 August 2007

Gonna Become A Habit, Till the NSA Catches Me

12 results for: why

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Main Entry: conundrum
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: puzzle
Synonyms: brain-teaser, closed book*, enigma, mystery, mystification, poser*, problem, puzzlement, riddle, why*


47 results for: obvious

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Main Entry: obvious
Part of Speech: adjective
Definition: apparent
Synonyms: accessible, barefaced, bright, clear, conclusive, conspicuous, discernible, distinct, distinguishable, evident, explicit, exposed, glaring, in evidence, indisputable, lucid, manifest, noticeable, observable, open, outstanding, overt, palpable, patent, perceivable, perceptible, plain, precise, prominent, pronounced, public, recognizable, self-evident, self-explanatory, straightforward, transparent, unconcealed, undeniable, understandable, undisguised, unmistakable, unsubtle, visible


CNN Obvious Rove tells Bush to tell Rove not to testify


2 results for: slap in the face

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Main Entry: add insult to injury
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: make worse
Synonyms: add fuel to the fire, aggravate, exacerbate, heighten, provoke, rub salt in the wound, slap in the face, twist the knife, worsen


47 results for: deception

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Main Entry: deception
Part of Speech: noun 1
Definition: misleading
Synonyms: bamboozlement, beguilement, betrayal, blarney*, boondoggle*, cheat, circumvention, cozenage, craftiness, cunning, deceit, deceitfulness, deceptiveness, defraudation, dirt, disinformation, dissimulation, double-dealing, duplicity, equivocation, falsehood, flimflam*, fraud, fraudulence, guile, gyp, hokum*, hypocrisy, imposition, insincerity, juggling, legerdemain, lying, mendacity, pretense, prevarication, snow job*, sophism, treachery, treason, trickery, trickiness, trumpery, untruth


Yahoo Dumbass Rumsfeld says Pat Tillman's family deserved to know the truth about how he died. Just not the real truth, and certainly not right away


19 results for: wake up

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Main Entry: arise
Part of Speech: verb 2
Definition: stand
Synonyms: ascend, climb, go up, jump, mount, move upward, pile out*, rise, roll out*, soar, stand, tower, turn out, wake up
Antonyms: lie down, recline, sit


17 results for: soon

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Main Entry: soon
Part of Speech: adverb
Definition: near future
Synonyms: anon, before long, betimes, directly, early, ere long, expeditiously, fast, fleetly, forthwith, hastily, in time, instantly, lickety-split*, on time, posthaste, presently, promptly, pronto, quick, quickly, rapidly, short short, shortly, speedily


AFP Obvious White House urges Congress to quickly pass its new spying law, claiming that time can't be wasted with silly things like "review" and "oversight"


16 results for: livid

Main Entry: livid
Part of Speech: adjective 2
Definition: angry
Synonyms: beside oneself, black*, boiling, enraged, exasperated, flaming, fuming, furious, hot*, incensed, indignant, infuriated, mad, offended, outraged
Antonyms: happy


1 result for: horrified

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Main Entry: afraid
Part of Speech: adjective 1
Definition: fearful
Synonyms: abashed, aghast, alarmed, anxious, apprehensive, aroused, blanched, cowardly, cowed, daunted, discouraged, disheartened, dismayed, distressed, disturbed, faint-hearted, frightened, frozen, horrified, in awe, intimidated, nervous, panic-stricken, perplexed, perturbed, petrified, rattled, run scared*, scared, scared stiff*, shocked, spooked, startled, stunned, suspicious, terrified, terror-stricken, timid, timorous, trembling, upset, worried



How about you?


Lawyer Mama said...

Horrified here as well.

I LOVE the format of this post!

Her Grace said...

Is it ok if I just quit watching the news until 2008? Can ignorance really be bliss?

slouching mom said...

Yep. I'd say that covers it.

Extremely well.

Jonas said...

Roget's New Millennium™ Thesaurus

Main Entry: disgusted
Part of Speech: adjective
Definition: sickened
Synonyms: T'd off, abhorred, appalled, displeased, fastidious, fed up*, full up*, grody, grossed out*, had bellyful*, had enough*, had it*, nauseated, nauseous, offended, outraged, overwrought, queasy, repelled, repulsed, revolved, satiated, scandalized, sharooshed, sick, sick of*, squeamish, tired, turned off*, unhappy, weary
Antonyms: attracted, delighted, happy, pleased
Source: Roget's New Millennium™ Thesaurus, First Edition (v 1.3.1)
Copyright © 2007 by Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. All rights reserved.
* = informal or slang

Tara said...

I have quit watching the news...as the wife of a deployed soldier my policy is, no news is good news.

Rumsfeld is a shitbag. Dr. Gates is a better man.

canape said...

Amen. I say that to you a lot, don't I?

T with Honey said...

I hope the NSA shows their usual level of competence and never finds you because I love these posts!

Jennifer said...

amen sista. but what's just as fucked up is hearing people STILL try to justify having voted for W.

Christine said...

do you see me? way in the back waving my hand around wildly? well, that is me agreeing with one hundred percent.

i'm routinely disgusted by gw.

KC said...

It's amazing and the stories don't stop, do they? Horrified is right. And disgusted.

jen said...

i think i love you.