Archive for December, 2007

panegyric

31Dec07

pan·e·gyr·ic n. 1. A formal eulogistic composition intended as a public compliment. 2. Elaborate praise or laudation; an encomium. [Latin panēgyricus, from Greek panēgurikos (logos), (speech) at a public assembly, panegyric, from panēguris, public assembly : pan-, pan- + aguris, assembly, marketplace.]


the last word

31Dec07

What is a cow’s favorite holiday? Moo Years Day.



galaxteroid

30Dec07

a galaxy arching out of modulexi controuseron over the period of twenty two peons.


“Every word is like an unnecessary stain on silence and nothingness” – Samuel Beckett


“Art must be unaesthetic in the extreme, useless and impossible to justify” – Francis Picabia