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moral bankruptcy

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  • It's definitely "Hear Hear".

    November 20, 2007

  • I am not worthy! I am not worthy!

    November 18, 2007

  • We can debate that if you want, but I'm all in favor of "Hear! Hear!" It just makes more sense.

    (In this instance google hits isn't going to help anyone's argument to convince me "hear hear" is not the way to spell it, because I'm convinced the majority of people spell it wrong, and that that itself is evidence of moral bankruptcy. :-) See how I sneakily brought this back round to the page subject?)

    November 18, 2007

  • I've never actually thought about that!

    November 18, 2007

  • Yes, SoG. But you inadvertently raise the eternal controversy: "Here! Here!" or "Hear! Hear!"?

    Omigod, turducken alert on the Food Channel! Gotta go!

    November 17, 2007

  • I'm with you on this one, sionnach!

    November 17, 2007

  • According to VH1's "Best Week Ever", the hottest viral video on the internet this week features people's reaction to a certain video that triggered some debate of its own here on wordie recently:

    http://wordie.org/words/coprophagia

    Adopting a bold stance, commentators at "Best Week Ever" declared the existence of the first video and the popularity of the second to be strong evidence of the moral bankruptcy of our culture.

    Myself, I think it's evidence that the condition of the Zeitgeist has gotten so scrofulous that it should be taken out back and shot.

    November 17, 2007