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From a highly-respected source I just made up:

"Anthropologists have an established technique for defining a society's characteristics by making

cross-cultural comparisons based on concepts which have above-average numbers of synonymous words."

(Sort of like how Eskimos have a gazillion subtly different words for 'snow'.)

(Some people find the term 'Eskimo' offensive. Sorry. Didn't mean it to be.)

Anyway..... I'm in an unusually good mood tonight.

I feel like having some fun. Maybe even being a little 'bad' or 'naughty'. :blush:

But I can't decide what kind of activity to 'engage' in! Help me out! Should it be:














or Claptrap?

Decisions, decisions! ( :

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Thanks, you guys!

Glad to know I have people behind me!

Probably won't do anything too outrageous, but honest

to God I just found an old box which among other things

had a few old CDs in it. One of them is hits from 'The Who',

I'm definitely going to play 'Squeeze Box' first, for the first

time in I don't know how many years. I'm just bad-butt that way! :rolleyes:

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While double-checking my list of words, I just learned that 'hokum'

applies perfectly to the Who song I mentioned. ( :

Hokum is a particular song type of American blues music - a humorous song which uses extended analogies or euphemistic terms to make sexual innuendos.

♪ There's no escape from the 'music' in the whole damn street! ♪

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I thought all the Eskimo words for snow were far from synonymous each defining a different stage or type of snow. Sorry Never Cry Wolf was one of my favorite books and it got me interested in the Inuit people and other Native Americans of the far North ???? and where is the pokum with the hokum in all this monkey business.

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