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- n. A dyer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dyer.
Eng. litster, a dyer, a word of Scandinavian origin, comes Lister, as in
Spinster is the only one of all her various womanly titles that survives; webster, shepster, litster, brewster, and baxter are obsolete.
The limp-wristed litster is kind of trying here to identify with America's 240 year history of owning guns for self defense, protecting the nation, and hunting, but his 40 years of socialist indoctrination, or his check writng benefactors don't see it.
Ranking the ranting = Style points = 20% -- litster has never had too much on the ball, so this is like kicking a guy who starts a fight and then lays on the ground curled up in a defensive ball -- information = 20% -- nothing new here, mostly dem party dogma -
Interpretation = 20%/30% -- litster is welcome to his spin on a manufactured article, he is supposedly an American citizen, but I always wonder if this is worth the Post paying him a salary for -- just not enough impact to create any positive energy in support of his party position.
The old litster and the 'bamster are truely cut from the same cloth.
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