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The 'Decider'


The 'Decider'


de-
pref.

1. Do or make the opposite of:
2. Remove or remove from:
3. Out of:
4. Reduce:
5. Derived from:


-cide
suff.

1. Killer:
2. Act of killing:


er
interj.

1. Used to express hesitation or uncertainty.
2. Used to form the comparative degree of adjectives and adverbs.

3 Comments:

Blogger Damien said...

They could ave carved a copy of 'my pet goat' for him to stare at for the rest of eternity.

4/27/2006 7:17 PM  
Blogger Opinionnation said...

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

oh...who cares?

And when used as a figure of speech it's obvious what it means and does not require a lonely blogger to point out what need not be pointed out. But whatever makes my little droogie feel better...

back to sleep, Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

4/27/2006 10:48 PM  
Blogger M A F said...

O-N, Well it is obvious that you "care." So much so it woke you from your kool-aid induced slumber, to respond. And lookee here, you responded with an off topic ad hominem. A practice prohibited in your comment section. Your hypocrisy is most entertaining.

And just to be clear, "decider" is not a figure of speech, "decider" isn't a word. Of course, this doesn't prevent you from defending Bush's mangling of the English language.

4/28/2006 9:44 AM  

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