HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY

April 30, 2007
From Sanitas

A Lexicon for the 21st Century

John Turner


Appeal:  A legal process to insure that lawyers will never stop making money.

Appetite:  That which must be satisfied before it can be disgusted.

Appetizer:  A small expensive meal served to destroy the pleasure of the main course.

Applause:  The sweetest sound which leads to the most bitter actions.

Approval:  Not the necessity of life the psych-simp forces have held it to be.

Archivist:  A dreary, underpaid wretch.

Ardor:  A passion that can bear the weight of examination not one time in a hundred.

Arithmomania:  The neurosis of economists.

Ark:  The boat involved in the greatest crime against nature.

Armitage Shanks:  Perhaps the most looked down upon name in the world.


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