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I dream of one day being temporarily suspended from stackoverflow.com for inappropriate voting patterns.


Sep
16
comment Is there a good word for a square-rectangle relationship?
I wouldn't ever recommend those words, the will just be perceived as jargon... and they are phonically close with like every pair of hyper/hypo words...
Jan
28
comment If the letter J is only 400–500 years old, was there a J sound that preceded the design of the letter?
how has there has been no mention of a "grail diary" or "choosing wisely"?
Nov
20
answered When someone falls and tries to stand up again. In one word?
Nov
11
awarded  Yearling
Nov
11
answered Single word for “going along with the crowd”
Oct
9
comment The dark dot in your eye
I was going to make an answer for this earlier...
Jul
23
comment Why use “of” in the phrase “delivered of a baby”?
@DanielBeck haha... where is my mind deleted.
Jun
27
comment What is the player called who has a turn?
may I suggest the "Grady Player"?
Jun
19
awarded  Scholar
Jun
19
accepted “the writing is on the wall” vs. “the handwriting is on the wall”
Jun
19
comment “the writing is on the wall” vs. “the handwriting is on the wall”
I assume it is common usage because it is listed on the wikipedia page... I do remember hearing the 400/800 pound gorilla in the room as well...
Jun
19
awarded  Student
Jun
19
asked “the writing is on the wall” vs. “the handwriting is on the wall”
Mar
1
comment Derogatory term for electronic device
neither one works in your example sentences very well though.
Mar
1
answered Derogatory term for electronic device
Feb
7
comment Are “Fish in a barrel” and “Sitting ducks” similar?
the incomplete metaphor "Out there, they are just fish in a barrel." is homologous to the other incomplete metaphor... but this poster is correct in that in context of the complete metaphor they are related but distinct concepts.
Nov
28
answered “Optional but recommended” vs “optional”
Oct
6
awarded  Yearling
Feb
9
answered Is there a name/term for phrasing something such that to disagree implicates yourself?
Oct
7
awarded  Supporter