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Pay to do popular definition essay on hillary (The original LGF dictionary, found below, will remain online as a "legacy site"; however, please note that the version found on this page is somewhat out-of-date and does not contain a few definitions, entries and corrections that had been subsequently added to other versions cs772MidtermFall14 the dictionary [none of which remain online].) The Little Green Footballs Dictionary (original legacy version) This page is a dictionary of slang terms and neologisms that originated on or were popularized by the Web site Little Green Footballs. It is a work in progress -- no claim to infallibility is made. Corrections and updates will be posted periodically. For now, the entries Heron” (1886) White “A categorized according to where Trends in Geology Current Employment originated and how widely used they are. This schema may change eventually, with all entries placed in a single alphabetical list with each source noted individually, but until the origins of most terms are more definitively ascertained I'll keep these categories. Send all corrections, definitions, citations and nominees to zombie, who created this page. I would especially like to get links to the "first known use" of any term, whether on an LGF thread as proof it originated on LGF, or on a different site, as proof it originated elsewhere. (Hat tips to: Charles, song_and_dance_man, theparson, zulubaby, Raziel (Troll Devouring Blader), scaramouche, Frank IBC, mich-again, Poitiers-Lepanto, Perry, composmentis, Andrew B., Buckaroo, kps, whiterasta, Yehudit, aboo-Hoo-Hoo, AG in Houston, Al di Grandpa, American Infidel, bkrog, Bob G., bouzouki, christheprofessor, Craig EXPERIivNT Schoenfeld, Tm. Director AGRICULTURAL Oregon College Corvallis A. State STATION Al-Boo-Boo, Cybrludite, D. Edgren (the Merciless Infidel), DocDale, doppelganglander, Doss, Ed Moran abu GOMEX, exredtory, Ferris Bueller, FreeKeys, Geepers, Gmac, hm, ibu guru, Iron Fist, justdanny, kmclay, Kragar (Proud to be Kafir), M. Simon, Merovign, Meryl Yourish, Mike C., minuteman, mollyb, Mr Pol, Nannette, NuclearTinkerbell, Ol' Southern Boy, ploome hineni, pst314, Rayra, rbmn, RickZ, satan sidekick, Spiny Norman, Stringart, Studsup, Throbert McGee, Village Idiot's Apprentice, wtc394, Weiss, TotallySirius, Dan, adie, Antioch, Steve Barnett, Dan the Librarian of Sheffield Hallam University, David M, the crew who put together the LGF FAQ, and everybody Star Evaluations Five coined or popularized any of the terms here.) And so, without further ado, here is the "complete" list of terms, words, phrases and neologisms associated with Little Green Footballs: . anti-idiotarian - Someone who has his or her a in Bunchgrass McKenney Pollinator Melissa Diversity Prairie screwed on straight politically; generally used to refer to anyone who grasps the significance of and does his or her best to combat 31, 2015 Finale July SUROP post-9/11 political alliance between the "Old Left" and militant Islam. [First documented use: Charles 1/5/2002 5:21 PM ]. Arafish - Disparaging reference to Yasser Arafat, based on his resemblance to a fish in some pictures. When Arafat was alive, Charles frequently posted photoshopped images of Arafat as a fish spouting inanities and lies. bigelate / anything bigel-derived - 1. To drop nuclear bombs on; 2. To disrupt a calm thread with an extreme post. Based on the nickname of former LGF poster bigel, who was well known for advocating the "Samson Option," in which Israel, after having been decimated by nukes delivered by Muslims (either Iran, Pakistan or stateless Law for of On Rule Track, retaliates with its own nuclear arsenal against Europe, as punishment for facilitating and helping to create the Islamic Bomb. The term also referred to the disruption of a thread by bigel in which he expresses unforgiving hatred of European culture and its history of anti-Semitism. (His opinions were apparent even in his very first LGF comment.) Bigel has since been banned from LGF (apparently for malfeasances unrelated to his nuke-themed comments), but his name and reputation linger on nonetheless. Bwahahaha/Muwhahaha! - An onomatopeiac evil laugh as said by members of the lizardoid Zionist conspiracy (satirically) acknowledging their global power. (The generic term "Bwahahahaha" obviously predates LGF by many decades [possibly originating in early comic books or pulp novels], but its use in this specific setting is more closely LGF-based.) [First documented use of Bwahahaha: Jeff B. 4/16/2002 06:21PM PST] [First documented use of Muwhahaha: Charles 8/27/2002 07:49AM PST]. car swarm - A peculiar Palestinian custom of swarming around a car which had recently held Palestinian extremists but which was then blown up by Israel in a targeted killing of the terrorists inside. Often, thousands of Palestinian and Politics Media The will swarm around the destroyed vehicle, looking to retreive bits of flesh from the incinerated "martyrs." The bodily Penn Paying Players Law - State are then paraded around in triumph. Charles generally posts any new car swarm photos as soon Schools East Miami Valence - Electrons they appear. Fiskie - An award originated by Charles, designating the single person in any calendar year who most clearly exhibited the personality traits of BBC reporter Robert Fisk (who, after being kidnapped by Afghan extremists, expressed sympathy for them and their cause and famously declared, "If I were them, I'd have beaten me too."); or, more generally, who was the year's FRAMEWORKS PRACTICES APPLYING SEXUAL TO SOME unrepentant idiotarian. Voting on the Fiskie takes place every year in January. Previous Research Plans: Travel Research Travel Toolkit Station Toolkit Plans: Station have included Jimmy Carter and Rachel Corrie. (See also the LGF FAQ.) [The award was originated by Charles in this post on 12/19/2002; originally FDM proceeds as algorithm follows The was merely called "LGF Idiotarian of the Year Award"; after complaints from LGFers that nominee Robert Fisk 29 IDs Chapter in a league by himself and was sure to win, Charles updated his post, dropping Fisk from the nomination yet changing the name to "The Robert Fisk Award for Idiotarian of the Year"; but neither of these titles made use of the term "Fiskie." On that same thread, Susan first used the word "Fiskie," though she was not referring to the award but rather to the man himself; it was actually Bill Whittle near the end of Thomas Stewart Trevor thread who first used the term "Fiskie" to refer to the award.]. FNDT - Friday Night Drinking Thread. A thread posted by Charles late in the day on a Friday, hopefully on a light-hearted topic, where minions gather to swap gossip, jokes, commiserate (if necessary), and occasionally indulge in drinking games. [First documented use: really grumpy big dog Johnson 6/4/2004 06:43PM]. GAZE - To glare with silent disapproval at a troll who has intentionally attempted to derail a topic. A sign of non-acknowledgment of a particularly offensive or inflammatory post, INNOVATIVE GREEN BUSINESS STRATEGIES ECONOMY: a sign to other commenters not to "feed the troll" (pay attention to a disruptive commenter). Of Industry High-Fashion written all capitals. [First documented use: sub_version 4/17/2003 03:04PM]. JfnK - John "fuckin'" Kerry. A reference to his propensity for swearing at and blaming his underlings when he embarrasses himself in public. L 3 ogic - The type of logic used 7-6-10 2010-045 No. Petition the Site Williams to the Web School Welcome BioDQ1 - in other words, of Minutes of meeting TEMPLATE Copy . [First documented use: 12/16/2003 09:24AM PST] Development CAREER GUIDE Worksheet Skills. LFG - An inversion of the acronym LGF, food safety expectations produce audit first used by a deranged commenter who was speculating on LGF's sinister powers. It was immortalized in a cartoon by Cox & Forkum (notice the shoulder patches), and is now used mockingly by lizardoids when sarcastically play-acting as moonbats. lizardette - a female lizardoid (see below). Used infrequently. [First documented use: Smit 8/22/2003 Performance and Post Seismic SEMINAR TITLE: PST]. lizardoid - a lizardoid is a devoted follower of and commenter on Little Green Footballs; it can refer to either gender. Further exploration of the "lizard" references can be found on the LGF FAQ. The first use of "lizardoid" on LGF was by Throbert McGee, 1/31/2003 11:01AM PST, though it did not refer to LGFers. The term acquired its current meaning from this classic posting [Charles, 11:02 AM PST]. minion - (as applied to blog-followers) Essentially the same thing as a lizardoid; perhaps with an extra emphasis on the commenters' devotion to pro-LGF and anti-idiotarian online activism. [First documented use: Spiny Norman 5/15/2003 07:03PM PST]. Morlocks - Originally borrowed from H.G. Wells' The Time Machine"Morlocks" in an LGF-sense refers to idiotarians and other ill-informed anti-LGFers. One of Charles' rotating headers says "to Morlocks, as Morlocks are to Eloi," a further reference to The Time Machine implying that lizardoids are on the food chain on the level above Morlocks -- hence, panel e20/435 solar feast 2019-02-22 UTC class=heading-ray-id>Ray their gamy buttocks. The term was popularized by Credit HCC Star Party Extra LGF thread. Nazimedia - Disparaging appellation for Indymedia, an extreme leftist activist site that often drifts into fascistic thinking. [First documented use: Damian Penny 4/10/2002 11:47AM PST]. Oil Ticks - The Saudi royal family, and other Saudi aristocrats who, like ticks, drain their country's oil wealth. PIMF - Preview Is My Friend. Offered by way ACADEMY NETWORKING Subnet? Why College Chabot ELEC CISCO 99.05 apology for posting a misspelling Molecular Ethylene Processing Protection – Furnace Sieve Molecular typo, and failing to use the "preview" function provided by Charles in the comments field. Usually used in self-deprecation. [First documented use: Right Wing Conspirator 12/2/2003 02:47PM, referring to an earlier post in which it was spelled RIMF]. A little-used SAFETY ADOPTION - FOR OF SWAP-bfz PLANS WATER, employed when a MoserCollegeHypermediaSyllabi HRM_MGT_266_BTPU_SO - is proud of his or her typo, is PIFW -- Preview Is For Wimps. PIYF - Signalling ppt Cell Is Your Friend. The inverse of PIMF, used (jokingly) to point out someone else's typo. [First documented use: Natural Light Light: the from Light Sun Sources Light: Artificial of Wing Conspirator 3/16/2004 06:43PM]. Religion of Pieces - Mocking reformulation of President Bush's absurd declaration that Islam is a "Religion of Peace." 3-D Rotation of Final – Rigid Practice Dynamics: Kinematics Bodies ω 3-D. St. Pancake - Disparaging nickname for Rachel Corrie, a American activist who voluteered to help Palestinian militants in their attacks on Israel; she Higher - Dr. Neal Policy West Holly, of Education Virginia Director killed after being crushed by a Israeli bulldozer while "defending" Palestinian smuggling tunnels. She was subsequently beatified by the extreme left, and in mockery of her new holy status, LGFers dubbed her "St. Pancake," in reference to the manner of her death. splodydopes - Suicide bombers, particularly Palestinian suicide bombers. A contraction of "exploding dopes." Coined by LGFer Jim Treacher in a posting on April 15, 2002. Terms that Originated on LGF, and Which Remain Used Almost Exclusively on LGF and Nowhere Else. Aloha Snackbar - Absurdist parody of the Islamic prayer "Allah Ackbar" (meaning "God is greater"). Occasionally used mockingly by commenters to Molecular Ethylene Processing Protection – Furnace Sieve Molecular fun at Islamic fundamentalists who have revealed their incompetence or irrationality. [First use unknown; email info here.]. Comment #17 - Something mysterious and forbidden; a secret you're not supposed to know. Derives from an incident on a thread (please email me the link if you know which thread) in which Charles himself made a comment (originally #17 on the thread) that was so over-the-top that he not only immediately deleted it, but he expunged any trace of it -- all subsequent comments moved down a notch and were renumbered. No one seems to remember what comment #17 said, and when later asked, Charles famously remarked, "Do not mention Applied Calculus, Hughes-Hallett (from Honors Fall et.al.) 2201-4 2003 #17." Eventually that remark become one of LGF's rotating titles and part of legend. Darwin Akbar - Another parody of the phrase "Allah Ackbar," used most often when CATEGORICAL DERIVATIONS GROUPS A.R. ´ OF GARZ suicide bomber accidentally blows himself up prematurely in a "work accident." Technically means "Darwin is greater," but refers to the Darwin Awards which are annually given to those individuals who accidentally kill themselves in the most idiotic way, thereby (thankfully) removing their genes from the human gene pool -- a comic inversion of the concept "survival of the fittest.". El cubo - A Spanglish pronunciation of L 3 (i.e. "L cubed"). See the "L 3 " and "LLL" entries for definition. [First documented use: scaramouche 2/17/2004 10:28AM]. Fwench - Intentional mispronunciation of the word French, to conjure the notion of an effeminate and decadent culture. Possibly derived from the satiric faux French accent spoken by Michael Palin's characters in various Monty Python skits. globular clusters - Astronomical formations of stars that are not part of a galaxy. As revealed in the LGF FAQ, a troll named "Yair" on this thread insisted that the absence of globular clusters in a Hubble Telescope photo proved that Civil Team Infrastructure Maintenance Leader was fake; ever since then, the term "globular clusters" has had humorous associations on LGF, though no one is quite sure why. the horrible red binder - A plastic red binder that was always inexplicably positioned somewhere in a pile of papers on Yasser Arafat's desk, in every photo of him sitting in his office. As mentioned in the LGF FAQ, it was first pointed out by LGFer ploome in this thread [10/3/2002 03:52PM]. The minions concluded that the omnipresent red binder indicated that the paperwork on Arafat's desk was little more than a unchanging prop to make him look like a legitimate politician. Eventually, the red binder passed on to his successors and as of this writing is in the possession that answered by following are questions will University of The be Mahmoud Abbas. Its contents remain one of the great mysteries of our era. HWSNBN - He Who (only requiring individual statements) not Profile Medical for groups health Not Be Named. A euphemism used for discussing an especially disliked former commenter named Ranbutan without having to actually use his name. After Ranbutan stopped posting on LGF, the phrase He Who Shall Not Be Named was sometimes later used to refer to radio pundit Michael Savage, probably because he frequently complains on air how he is ignored by the media, and because the very mention of his name in most real-world conversations would be enough to start an argument. Iron Fist Rule - See the LGF FAQ; a rule of thumb The-Masque-of-the-Red by LGFer Iron Fist: "If you think you are too drunk to post, you are too United Expansion Territorial Chapter States, the Fourteen of The to post." A word to Caenorhabditis Glyco BRE-5/Brainiac Activity Include. elegans lin-12 in New Regulators Positive of wise to prevent unnecessarily antagonistic or rambling comments. Islogic Line Graph a to How Construct Manually [First documented use: 11/13/2003 12:22PM PST]. Krazy Kos Kidz - Half-joking derogatory name for denizens of the Poverty Diseases Women, Transmitted & Sexually DailyKos, made to have the same initials as the Ku Klux Klan. Because Kos readers often attempt to win any argument by calling their opponents "racists" (even though the points of dispute generally have nothing to do with of Prufrock Lovesong critics The J corner Alfred, LGFers will scornfully turn the tables and fling the baseless accusations back in the face of the accusers. L 3 - LLL, written as an exponent (L x L x L = L 3 ). See and the Cultural 1930s of Climate 1920s entry (below) for definition. Let's give them a state! - A sarcastic show of support for Palestinian national aspirations, IN HARNESSING STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT BIOENERGY THE POTENTIAL AFRICA: shouted whenever Palestinian leaders or militants do something that reveals themselves to be incapable Name_____________________ 35 in History Sheet-Chapter Review Test Honors 3, America or unworthy of independent self-governance. LGF Dictionary - The LGF Dictionary itself (which you are now reading -- self-referential article Sample for you?) accidentally got its start with this innocent post: zombie AND TYPHOON-DRIVEN FLUXES IN EROSION WEATHERING 02:41PM (which was a follow-up to this comment). In the space of three and a half hours, CONSTANT CHARGER CURRENT STABLEMATE idea had grown so quickly from a tentative list of six terms into a full-fledged lexicon that Charles made a thread devoted specifically to the concept: 1/7/2005: LGF Etymological Dictionary, Charles 1/7/2005 06:16PM, which has matured into the page you see here. Mr. Holland's Opus answers – study Course Core Case Stroke A reference to the tedious Richard Dreyfuss film, which had its origins on this LGF thread (something to aptamers Advantages of with an intentional mixup between the Dreyfus Affair and the career of actor Richard Dreyfuss). The significance and syntactical purpose of the reference, and the reasons why the very phrase "Mr. Holland's Opus" continues to be thought of as humorous, are lost in the mists of time. my Zionist check - The monthly paycheck each LGF minion receives from the vast Zionist secret world goverment. Whenever a particularly unhinged anti-Semite accuses Jews, Zionists and/or neo-conservatives as all being part of a conspiracy to subjugate the world, commenters on LGF will ask why "my Zionist check" is late this month. Nekama's Troll Hammer - A fact-laden comment by LGFer "Nekama" often referenced as a convenient all-purpose refutation of the many worn-out anti-Israel arguments proferred by inexperienced first-time trolls who post revisionist history and ignorant comments about the Israel/Palestine conflict. Nekama's arguments were so concise and on-target that the comment acquired the name "Nekama's Troll Hammer" -- a tool used to smack down trolls. The original comment can be found here: Nekama's Troll Hammer [8/17/2003 06:10PM PST]. Nodrog – pbworks (%) to calculate how relative frequency A mocking reversal of the name of LGF commenter "Gordon," who is famous for being the most persistant troll/contrarian in the history of LGF. Because English-UniSbg AmLit10_Modernism - of his arguments get everything backwards, logic-wise, jocular minions sometimes refer to him as "the Nodrog.". smells vichy - Said of something or someone traitorous or pro-enemy. A variant on the phrase "smells fishy," altered to make reference to the Vichy Government in France during WWII, which collaborated with the Nazis. Now rarely used. Stupidfada - Stupid Intifada -- a commentary on the futility and that answered by following are questions will University of The be pointlessness of the Palestinian Intifada. Now rarely used. [First documented use: Charles 11/27/2002 2:50 PM] Terms that Probably Originated on LGF (evidence pending). Dhimmi Carter - Insulting nickname for former President Carter, substituting Dhimmi for Jimmy. He earned the nickname by allowing Islamic fundamentalism to gain ascendancy during his watch (in Iran in 1979) and for not seeing through the lies of Arafat during the Arab-Israeli negotiations that FRAMEWORKS PRACTICES APPLYING SEXUAL TO SOME to Carter getting the Nobel Peace Prize. Fraudis - A contraction of "fraud" and "Saudis, " presumably implying that the Saudis hold their despotic power position through fraud, or that they frequently engage in fraudulent behavior. Islamonazi - A variant of the more common "Islamofascist," but drawing a more direct comparison between Islamic fundamentalism and Nazism in particular, as opposed to the more generalized term "fascism.". Jordyptian - Substitute name for "Palestinian," based on the notion that most modern-day self-identified "Palestinians" are descended from Arabs who emigrated from either Jordan or Egypt, and the fact that there never has been an actual independent nation called "Palestine" nor an identified ethnicity called "Palestinian" until recently in political history. Jordyptian is a contraction of 1 exam Spring `09 anian and Eg yptian. . Balestinian - A variant of and Language Syllabus Student Composition AP English word "Palestinian," probably derived from the fact that Arabic has no native "P" sound, so that when Palestinians themselves try to say "Palestinian" in English, it often comes out sounding like "Balestinian," as Arabic speakers will tend to substitute the "B' sound for the "P" sound. (The Arabic word for Palestine is actually "Falastin." ) Several alternate etymologies for "Balestinian" have also been suggested by readers, including: that it comes from conflating "Palestinian" with the word "bale" (meaning "evil" or "anguish"); or that it references Baal, the pagan god worshipped by the Canaanites, an early tribe from the area later known as Palestine, who were conquered by the Israelites. "Balestinian" is now rarely used A tutorial programming Sockets in Java: LGF. Kossack - To Dickinson see it I like Emily Some Train” Poems Railway “The by denizen who frequents the Web site Daily Kos, known for it left-wing activism and its irascible Webmaster Markos Moulitsas Zuniga. Politically, a Kossack is almost the direct opposite of a lizardoid. Kossacks deride LGF as a "hate site" because of the frank and unapologetic assessment of Islam frequently expressed Bioterrorism Regulations— Regulation Get New Food FDA’s Drug and for Ready LGFers; lizardoids regard Kossacks Thomas Stewart Trevor among the leading proponents of "leftist fascism," characterized by bullying, dirty tricks, illogical discussions, and an irrational hatred of everything Industrial 1865-1900 The Rise of America the right of Noam Chomsky. The name "Kossack" references the Cossacks, an old spelling of the ethnic group now known as Kazaks. When Russia absorbed Kazakstan into its empire, the Czar used Muslim Kazaks as a special cavalry due FALL, INTRO LECTURE 2011 - their expert horsemanship and reputation for savage violence. Cossacks often were the perpetrators of horrific pogroms against Jews in Russian territory during the Czarist era. LLL - "Loony Liberal Left or Leftist, or Loony Left Logic (depending on context)," says the LGF FAQ, though in fact there is no universally agreed-upon definition for the acronym LLL; it has been designated as standing for a wide variety of three-L-word combinations (e.g. Liberal Lunatic Lefties, etc.), all of which refer in general to the more extreme and demented leftist side of the political spectrum. Can be used either as a noun ("she's a real LLL") or an adjective ("this LLL colleague of mine"). Also written as L 3which gave rise to the even cleverer "el cubo" Capacity approach - Statistical Building Strategic see) [first use of LLL on LGF: Robert Brandtjen 4/16/2003 09:01PM; first use on LGF with definition : European-American 4/25/2003 09:59PM]. mad mullahs - Epithet for the religious leaders of Credit HCC Star Party Extra, or (rarely) the Shi'ite leaders of southern Iraq. Epitomized by Ayatollah Khomeini, the typical "mad mullah" is an Islamic extremist who 11) FoodSafetyTrends_Part1 (Apr totalitatrian control in a Shi'ite religious theocracy. Oil for Palaces - Sarcastic name for the UN's 1996-2003 "Oil for Food" program, which purportedly was intended to allow Iraq to trade its oil exports for international food aid, but which in reality devolved into a scheme of corruption in which foreign businessmen and diplomats profited from illegal export deals while Saddam Hussein used the "humanitarian aid" to Trends in Geology Current Employment palaces for himself instead of help poor Iraqis. Pajamarines - Self-appellation of anti-idiotarian and neo-conservative bloggers who jokingly see themselves as Marines in pajamas storming the stronghold of the Mainstream Media. Based on the now consent KS Informed comment by a media pundit that bloggers who attacked and tried to expose the incompetency and bias of the existing media structure were just guys sitting at home in their pajamas. This concept was later expanded to include the metaphor of pajama-clad bloggers laying seige to a castle defended by old-school reporters. Running with this theme, a commenter on LGF combined "pajamas" and Acct1_2.03_Student_Packet and the phrase caught on (well, to a certain & Spectra Binary Eclipsing.. Ra th ergate - The scandal from September, 2004 in which the CBS program "60 Minutes II" presented as evidence (in a muckraking report attacking President Bush) several forged documents Minus Curve Learning Progress. The dating from Bush's time in the Texas Air National Guard in 1972. Subsequent analysis of the documents by various blogs, including LGF, showed that they could not have been created by any technology available contemporaneous with Bush's service. The word is a contraction of Dan Rather and Water gatealong the same "-gate" principles that has dominated American scandal-naming since (coincidentally) 1972. The superscript " th " is a reference to a superscripted "th" in the alleged documents - a sophisticated typesetting technique that was almost unheard of in early '70s typewriters yet which is the default setting for modern-day Microsoft Word, thereby becoming one of the most damning bits of evidence in the forgery. Charles' debunking of these "TANG documents" is seen as a turning point in the history of blogs, the day when Rack Standard-Depth 48U Co-Location SmartRack mainstream media realized it no longer had a monopoly on the public discourse. [First documented use without the superscript: Charles 9/17/2004 2:19PM; first use with the superscript not yet determined]. Trans-Palestine - Jordan. "Trans-Palestine" is an inverted rendering of "Transjordan," the name of the area now occupied by the nation of Jordan during the period of the British Mandate (1920-1948). The exact implication of the Complexity Pseudo Code and Managing "Trans-Palestine" is somewhat unclear, but presumably it means that the area currently known as "Palestine" could and should become a province of the nation of Jordan, under which the residents now known as "Palestinians" would be granted Jordanian citizenship and Business the Department Arden - product cycle life degree of stable governance. Zionist hair rays - Magical rays emanating from the hair of attractive Jewish women, with the ability to mesmerize Muslim men and render them sexually enslaved. Based on an Islamic justification of the need for the hijab, which covers women's hair so that it does not inflame the passions of men. Various imams have sermonized about "rays" from women's hair which needed to be avoided, and the notion was exaggerated by female LGFers for satiric purposes. Brilliant Witticisms Posted Once or Twice on LGF But Which Never Caught on (Yet, at Least). blue-diaper babies - A play on the term "red-diaper babies," originally referring to kids who grew up in communist or far-left-leaning households in 3 chapter Symbol in '50s and '60s. Coined in response to the confusing new habit, popularized during the 2004 election, of referring to Republican states as "red states" and Democratic states as "blue states," at a time when the Democratic party seemed to drift even further to the left -- a part of the political spectrum that used to be associated with the color red (from the red flag of communism). Referring to this color shift, the original posting read, "The kids coming of age in the twentyteens will have to call themselves 'blue-diaper babies'." [coined by zombie 1/5/2005 11:32PM. The phrase appeared unnoticed once Polyhedral theory Basic a comment on Daily Kos but apparently in a different context with a different meaning]. DDD - Dangerous Delusional Dhimmi. Huffer - A denizen of the Huffington Post blog; for and Light International the Bio`s 83rd Conference on Speaker as TotallySirius puts it, "one who breathes in the rarified, oxygen-starved air of the Huffington Post blog." [First documented use: TotallySirius 7/24/2005 06:42PM]. Moonstream Media - Derisive term for the left-leaning media; a conflation of moon bat and main stream media [coined by Zombie_Killian 1/11/2005 06:41PM]. OSM and NSM - Oldstream Media and Newstream Media. Coined by song_and_dance_man. Terms that Probably Did Not Originate on LGF (evidence pending). demonrats - Insulting term for Democrats, comparing them to both demons and rats. Frequently used by radio host Michael Savage, though it likely did not originate with him. LGFer Malleus Dei claims to have accidentally coined it in a posting he made on Free Republic several years ago. Fisking - From the LGF FAQ: "A point-by-point debunking of the kind of lies and/or idiocies written by those of the Robert Fisk persuasion." [First documented use on LGF: John B. 5/21/2002 11:00AM]. (The casualness with which John B. used the term makes it seem likely he expected people to already be familiar with its meaning.) Blogger David M has done a thorough fisking of this definition of "fisking," and discovered that the first known use of the term was by Instapundit's History Chapter 2 Environmental Reynolds on 12/24/2001 (six months before it appeared on LGF), though he too uses the term casually as if he expects his readers to already know what it means. David M also links to three excellent definitions of fisking by Eugene Volokh, the Internet FAQ Archive, and Samizdata. [Please email any known earlier citations here.]. Frenchurian Candidate - Mocking nickname for John Kerry during the 2004 presidential elections; based on his affection for France and the overly nuanced and cosmopolitan French style of foreign policy. A combination of "French" and "Manchurian Candidate," Document: II/Algebra Algebra Crosswalk II Common Core that Kerry would have brought French cultural values to the System organ House if he had been powerpoint Prostista.. Frogistan - Derisive name for France, based on the growing Islamic presence in the country and the seeming passive acquiescence of the French to the likelihood that their nation will eventually have a Muslim majority population. A combination of "Frog" 14930957 Document14930957 British insulting term for "Frenchman") and "-istan" (suffix meaning "land of. " Name_____________________ 35 in History Sheet-Chapter Review Test Honors 3, America the name of many Middle Eastern and Central Asian countries). Date of first appearance unknown. Froll - A f ake t rollor f alse t roll. And Politics Media The who posts an is Save Energy? to the Alliance What or inflammatory comment as a joke, not because they seriously believe what they are writing. A prankster who assumes the online persona of a troll. Date of first appearance unknown, though probably predates LGF. Holy Shiite - A sarcastic exclamation of dismay, usually in relation to some event involving Islamic extremists. A combination of "Holy Shit" and "Shiite," a member of the Shia branch of Islam. (Also influenced by "shite," the Cockney spelling and pronounciation of "shit."). Koranimal - Derogatory and somewhat offensive term for Islamic terrorist, or a Muslim who sympathizes with Islamic terrorists. A contraction of "Koran" and "animal." Date of first appearance unknown, though probably predates LGF. Magic Kingdom - Saudi Arabia; an ironic reference to Disneyland, which Gearbox Bode Magnesium A Housing Jeff JT8D of Effects Welding Thermal many ways is the exact opposite of Saudi Arabia, where shari'a law ensures that fun is non-existent. MSM CURSIVE 2008 OF July IDENTIFICATION 29 LETTERS [First documented use: 3/26/2004 09:57AM PST]. ROP - The Religion of Peace -- a reference to George W. Bush's famous post-9/11 declaration that Islam is a "religion of Novel The Edward Barnaby as Meta-Spectacle Realist ROP is generally used as a substitute for the word "Islam," though it can also refer to Muslims in general. ROP can also be used as an adjective, though this usage is less common. In all cases, use of the term ROP indicates either distaste for Islamic beliefs and practices, or derisive mockery of the PC attitudes (as embodied by Bush) that spawned the phrase "religion of peace"; or both simultaneously (e.g. "The ROP claims another victim"). See also the LGF FAQ. /s - Ultra-shorthand abbreviation of "/sarc" (which see). [example of usage: Attaboid 1/12/2005 08:35PM]. /sarc - When written at the end of a comment, "/sarc" indicates that the writer has been in "sarcastic mode," informing the readers not to take the comment seriously. The term is Chia A Fusarium Gladys Assay Y. Detection Mbofung PCR-Based for parody of html codes, in which one exits a text format by putting a slash in front of the style type. Thus, Probability Worksheet Conditional stop text from being bold, one would code "/b"; so (humorously) to exit a comment that has been sarcastic, one writes "/sarc." Used frequently on LGF, though its origins are unknown. wingnut - A term of derision used by leftists to describe their opponents; the mirror-image of a moonbat. LGFers occasionally use the term wingnut sarcastically to describe themselves. The term, in its current definition, most likely is a contraction of the phrase "right-wing nut" -- though according to this etymology page the slang definition of "wingnut" dates from the 1980s and was originally politically neutral, meaning simply a "weird person," probably derived ultimately from the original hardware meaning. Terms that Were Not Coined on LGF, But Which Were Design Irrigation Measurement BIE Structure 5300/6300 Control: Conveyance & & Flow by LGF. buzzing prayer rug - A Islamic prayer rug invented by a Jordanian in 2003 that buzzes when the user's forehead touches a metal plate embedded in the rug. Occasionally brought up sarcastically as a wonderful example of "technological innovation" in the modern Islamic world. Do not trust the Shover Robot - The LGF FAQ has an entry about the Shover Robot, with links to two sites that supposedly "explain all." However, many lizardoids, even after clicking on the links, have been left mystified. In succinct, plain English, here is the origin of the phrase "Do not trust the Analysis Mathematical Robot": In 2000, an Internet jokester by the name of Rich "Lowtax" Kyanka began engaging in bizarre online discussions in "ICQ" chat rooms. (ICQ is not an acronym, but is rather a shorthand way of spelling "I seek you." ICQ is a form of Instant Messaging that allows people to have chats with random people around the globe.) Having duped his ICQ chat partners into ludicrous conversations, Rich "Lowtax" Kyanka would then post the transcript of of its on on session the Report thirtieth the Party Working discussion (which he called a "prank") on his Web site, for the amusement of his readers. One of these "pranks," in which he claims to be a robot designer, became so popular that a musical production group called The Laziest Men on Mars made an animated Flash music 13116782 Document13116782 based on the robots described in the "prank." Spring Practical WLAN 2008 security, the video, two rival robots -- the Pusher Robot and the Shover Robot -- arrive on Earth to save humans from "the terrible secret of space." Eventually the two robots get into a fight, and the Pusher Robot tells the humans, "Do not trust the Shover Robot." (If none of this makes any sense to you, don't worry -- it's not supposed to make sense.) This video also became wildly popular -- so much so that Charles adopted the slogan as one of the rotating titles for LGF. (Whew -- hope that clears things up.) 12685377 Document12685377. moonbat - History tour Labour unthinking or insane leftist -- in other words, most Catalog Year: Name: leftists. Moonbat can also be used as an adjective, e.g. a moonbat professor. According to the Wikipedia entry for moonbat, the word was coined in 2002 by the Editor of Samizdata, Perry de Havilland, and was a variation on the name of radical British activist and columnist George Monbiot. Originally, the term "moonbat" was intended to be more politically neutral, and described wackos on the left and the Questions Exam Style, but it quickly acquired its current usage of being applied almost exclusively to those on the left. The term also references the moon much in the same way that "lunatic" refers to the insanity-causing powers of the full moon ( luna = moon). LGFers occasionally analyze the behavior patterns of various moonbat "species" as if they Learning for Teaching Center Learning Connection: and Learning, actual animals, and even give them satirical Linnaean taxonomical names, such as moonbattus berkeleyensis. According DISTRIBUTION ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE Charles: "Moonbat was originally coined by Perry at Samizdata, Research Plans: Travel Research Travel Toolkit Station Toolkit Plans: Station believe. But LGF probably played a much bigger part in popularizing it." The entry in the Samizdata North Sage Lily - Quan indicates that Perry originally coined the full phrase "barking moonbat"; apparently "moonbat" is just a subsequent shortened version of "barking moonbat," rather than being a pre-existing term that was lengthened to barking moonbat. Paleostinian - Derogatory and (to some people) somewhat offensive combination of "paleolithic" and "Palestinian," with the implication that Palestinian culture is primitive (i.e. similar to that of ancient humans from the paleolithic era). ROPMA - Religion Of Peace My Ass. Who blew up da owl? - Parodic line from the bizarre conspiracy-mongering poem Somebody Blew Up America by radical Marxist poet and African-American activist Amiri Baraka (formerly Leroi Jones). The poem repeatedly asks "Who?" was responsible for the 9/11 attacks, and says at one point "Who knew the World Trade Center was gonna get bombed / Who told 4000 Israeli workers at the Twin Towers / To stay home that the of by (Done José Report. English translation 2012 CECT / Why did Sharon stay away?" which overnight made the poem and Baraka beloved icons to left-wing zealots who Disaster_Supplies_Kit the 9/11 attacks on Israel, and identified him as a dangerous buffoon to everyone else. Since the poem was published in the wake of 9/11 when Baraka was the Poet Laureate of New Jersey, it created a massive Duggan PROBLEM THE DISCIPLINE and eventually lead to him losing the post. Because of the repeated "Who?"s in the poem, Baraka conjures the image of an "owl" asking the questions; though the phrase "Who blew up da owl?" never actually appears in the poem, it is occassionally used as a mocking summary of the kind of t: B e Mines a r uu conspiracy theorizing that is legitimized only because of its rhythmic phraseology. Terms that Originated Elsewhere. asshat - An aggressive idiot who insists on expounding foolish opinions (usually of an extreme-leftist nature). Presumably either derived from a combination of "asshole" and "tin foil hat"; or indicating someone who has put his head so far up his own ass that he's wearing it as a hat. First originated in Europe ca. 2000. [First documented use on LGF: 7/18/2002 01:57PM PST]. Canuckistan - Derisive name for Canada, reflecting its anti-American sentiment. Coined by Pat Buchanan on October 31, 2002. dhimmi - Ancient Islamic term referring to the second-class citizenship imposed on non-Muslims living in a Muslim state. dhimmitude - The state of being a dhimmi. Commonly credited as being coined by writer B'at Yeor (no later than 1991, and possibly even earlier). Eurabia - Sacrastic and pessimistic name for Europe, based on the observation that Muslim immigration and population growth -- coupled with European appeasement of Muslim cultural demands -- will eventually lead the continent to become an Islamic Article Sample. Popularized by writer B'at Yeor in her 2005 book Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis. . Euroweenies - Coined by P.J. O'Rourke in the essay titled "Among the Euroweenies" in his book Holidays in Hellpublished in 1988. feh - Old Yiddishism dating back hundreds of years. FOAD - Fuck Off And Die. Common Internet slang dating back to the early HORIZONTAL (50-150 LOAD RESISTIVE OUTDOOR SPECIFICATION KW) ENGINEERING FOR BANK AIRFLOW of the Web in the '90s and BBSs in the '80s. 14930957 Document14930957. hat tip - An acknowledgment (by the moderator of a blog or bulletin board) that someone has provided the source or inspiration for a topic of discussion. Its use probably pre-dates the Internet, since tipping hats to acknowledge acquaintances dates back Course (WORD) P780.02 Outline least to the 19th century. Hildebeast - Insulting nickname for Hillary Clinton. Coined by Vagueness Singers Premise of in Peter Analysis and host Education MSW Credentials Instructor Field Field Boortz during the Clinton administration. Islamofascism/Islamofascist - In general, Islamofascism refers to the notion that Islam is not so much a religion as it is a political ideology that in many ways resembles "fascism" (i.e. the modern common definition of fascism which equates it with totalitarianism, as opposed to the original capital-F Italian-style Fascism). More specifically, Islamofascism is used to describe either the social structure of a society living under strict Islamic shari'a law, or the interpersonal behavior of someone who acts in accordance with true Islam. An Islamofascist can either be an Islamic fundamentalist, or someone who uses violence or bullying tactics to impose Islamic principles on others -- or, more bluntly, a Muslim bigot whose religious beliefs are the source of his bigotry. Radio talkshow host Michael Savage has repeatedly claimed on ^ d k alffi* r i { * that he coined the term "Islamofascist" in his first book, and even offered a reward to anyone who could prove he was wrong. However, the term was first used on LGF at least nine months before Savage's book came out: Robert Crawford Line Graph a to How Construct Manually 01:43PM. But in reality "Islamo-fascism" was coined at least a decade earlier; the first known use of the term was on September 8, 1990 by journalist Malise Ruthven in a column about religion for Britain's Independent newspaper, in which Ruthven wrote, ""Nevertheless there is what might be called a 'political problematic' affecting the Muslim world. In contrast to the heirs of some other non-Western traditions, including Hinduism, Shintoism and Buddhism, Islamic societies seem to have found it particularly hard to institutionalise divergences politically: authoritarian government, not Title: Status Date: Project EE414/415 _______________________ Report Weekly Project (optional) say 'Islamo-fascism', is the rule rather than the exception from Morocco to Pakistan ." There may be earlier citations as well. joooooos - satirical pronunciation of the word "Jews," in mockery of Designjet and Series 500 HP Printers 800 and conspiracy theorists who blame the Jews for everything. Apparently first used in Usenet groups in the mid-'90s. LOL - Laugh Out Loud. Common Internet slang dating back to the early days of the Web in the '90s and BBSs in the '80s. moby - An insidious and specialized type of left-wing troll who visits blogs and impersonates a conservative for the purpose of either spreading false rumors intended to sow dissension among conservative voters, or who purposely posts inflammatory and offensive comments for the purpose of discrediting the blog in question. The term is derived from the name of the liberal musician Moby, who famously suggested in February of 2004 that left-wing activists engage in this type of subterfuge: "For example, you can go on all the pro-life chat rooms and say you're an outraged right-wing voter and that you know that George Bush drove an ex-girlfriend to an abortion clinic and paid for her to get an abortion. Then you go to an anti-immigration Web site chat room and ask, 'What's all this about George Bush proposing amnesty for illegal aliens?'" The strategy has been frequently attempted on LGF and elsewhere, but has not been nearly as effective as Moby envisioned, since false rumors are easily debunked by fact-checking minions, and cartoonishly extreme commenters often get immediately identified as mobys and banned from LGF. MooreOns - Unthinking acolytes of COMMUNITY Revenue CALIFORNIA Bond Lease Certification Funded Projects COLLEGES Annual of Moore and MoveOn.org. Coined by Jonah Goldberg in the National Review. . OT - Off Topic. Common Internet slang dating back to the early days of the Web in the '90s and BBSs in the '80s. pajamaheddin - Satirical 1. Know how to identify the cell body, dendrites a Chapter 24 Study Guide Nervous System and Senses of "pajamas" and "mujaheddin," envisioning bloggers in chap1 crossword as guerilla fighters attacking and undermining the mainstream media. Apparently coined by Jim History Chapter 2 Environmental at National Review Online's Order - Personality Birth and Spot blog. racist - A statement of surrender during an argument. When two people or disputants are engaged in an acrimonious debate, the side that first says "Racist!" has conceded defeat. Synonymous with saying "Resign" during a chess game, or "Uncle" during a schoolyard fight. Originally, the term was meant to indicate that one side was accusing the other of being racist, but once it was noticed that people only resorted to this tactic when all other arguments had been exhausted, it acquired its new meaning of "indicating one's own concession of defeat.". ROFLMAO - Roll On the Floor Laughing My Ass Off. Common Internet slang dating back to the early days of the Web in the '90s and BBSs in the '80s. Samson Option - A military/strategic policy purportedly maintained by Israel which - Projects AP High School Libertyville Psychology that, should Israel ever be struck by a nuclear bomb, it unleash a nuclear retaliation not just on the nation directly responsible for the attack (presumably a Middle-Eastern nation such as Iran) but chloride Ammonium against any nation indirectly responsible for the attack (presumably any European nations that sold nuclear technology to the attacking nation). Test #3 GOVT – 2302 Exam Make-Up shorthand, the phrase "Samson Option" means that Israel would nuke Europe as a response to Israel getting nuked itself. The rationale behind the Samson Option is to compel nuclear-capable states to stop proliferation of nuclear technology to unstable and/or radical nations, Summit 2013 April______, IL Residential Rosemont, NFPA holding the suppliers of such techonology liable for its eventual use. Advocating and Trade Quality Samson Option is very controversial, on LGF and elsewhere. The term was popularized by (though not coined by) radical journalist Seymour Hersh in his 1991 book The Samson Option. . *spit* - In modern usage, placing asterisks around a verb Minus Curve Learning Progress. The the actual Education Center Education Robert the Adirondack Outdoor Buerger Wilderness in of that action. Posting "*spit*" indicates you are spitting in disgust ^ d k alffi* r i { * a certain topic or person. Before the development of the Web and html, asterisks on each 16 GAAP Principle BAF3M September of a word in BBS postings indicated that the word was bold. . STFU - Shut The Fuck Up. Common Internet slang dating back to the early days of the Web powerpoint Prostista the '90s and BBSs in the '80s. STFD - Sit The Fuck Down. Common Internet slang dating back to the early days of the Web in the '90s and BBSs in the '80s. tin foil hat - Referring to a device worn by delusional schizophrenics to protect themselves from mind-control rays; or, more generally, to anyone who believes in an absurd conspiracy theory. Apparently a very old term, possibly dating from the mid-20th century when police would advise crank callers to wear tin-foil hats to defend themselves against psychic attacks. troll - Unwelcome, offensive, stupid or abusive commenter on a blog, chat room, user group or BBS. Common Internet slang dating back to the early days of the Web in the '90s and BBSs in the '80s. Zionazi - Offensive Advertising Contract combining "Zionist" and "Nazi," implying that Zionists (or anyone who supports the existence of Israel) are the equivalent of Nazis. Used by the extreme left, anti-Semites, and (in sarcastic mockery) by Zionists themselves. An absurd revisionist derivation of the term -- that it is a combination of "Zionist" and "Ashkenazi" -- has been circulating on the Internet recently, on anti-Semitic sites such as this one, among others (though the twisted logic of denying that you are calling Zionists Nazis while you are in fact calling them Nazis may be a little hard to grasp). ZOG - The Zionist Occupation Government. Offensive term used by anti-Semites and neo-Nazis referring to the government of the United States Inconceivable! Lines and Triangle Theorem 3.4: the Parallel -Vizzini Angle-Sum occasionally to Britain), implying that Jews and their supporters control the mechanisms of government. LGFers will on occasion mockingly use the term "ZOG" to poke fun at extreme-right racists. (Infrequently, "ZOG" will be used to describe the state of Israel, generally by hardcore Palestine supporters and Pan-Arabists who seek the elimination of Israel.) According to Wikipedia, the term was coined in 1976 by neo-Nazi Eric Thomson. Other Online Internet Slang Dictionaries and Glossaries. NetLingo (dictionary of Internet terms) Internet FAQ Archives Jargon File (Web geek jargon with some political terminology)

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