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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overserve.
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It seems to me that gagging's post is getting more attention than the featurette, which is sad because I believe it overserves the attention gagging wants, and underserves what appears to be another instant classic from Pixar.
-- Malcolm JonesCalifornia Dish By Jeremiah TowerNo doubt Tower can dish, but he overserves (breathlessly quoting every nice thing ever said about him) and overshares: drugs (lots), sex (frequent and varied).
Essentially, he said that traditional higher education is facing disruption because it overserves most of its constituency.