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My favourite "Words of the Day" from days past have been: "Bloviate,"
Bloviate this! yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Bloviate this!'
Bloviate? by Archie on Monday, Feb 25, 2008 at 10: 36: 09 PM
Not sure exactly what topic I'd like to "Bloviate with Bill" but I am going to write a little satirical letter following all the rules except maybe with Carl Ballard instead of the real name, haven't decided yet.
Bloviate has an arrogance to it that "The Donald" definitely shows, where bombast simply means that he uses collegiate words in his preschool rants.
Bloviate just enough such memetic effluvia to keep our rubber doughnut inflated, and we won’t miss the heads-up prairie dogs whiffing the winds of change at our own pyramid cube farm.