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- n. The use of scientific language inappropriately and without comprehension in order to increase believability of a concept.
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I wonder what he thinks of having a fruitloop represent his birthplace (although to hear him describe his early childhood, it might well be that Anoka prizes fruitloopery).
The "week in fruitloopery," as Grist's Dave Roberts christened it, began in earnest last Friday when the Republicans cooked up 450 poison pill amendments to stall the committee markup process.
Dave Roberts of Grist has compiled videos of these and other "vintage fruitloopery" coming from House GOP members during this week's energy-and-climate bill markup.
This group haven't gone as far down fruitloopery avenue as some other groups but I started trying to make myself look menacing so they didn't come and speak to me.