Skip to comments.Word for the Day, FRiday, September 13, 2013 - Perdurable
Posted on 09/13/2013 5:14:21 AM PDT by tioga
In order that we might all raise the level of discourse and expand our language abilities, here is the daily post of Word for the Day.
perdurability - Noun
perdurably - Adverb
Rules: Everyone must leave a post using the Word for the Day in a sentence.
The sentence must, in some way, relate to the news of the day.
The Review threads are linked for your edification. ;-)
Practice makes perfect.....post on....
Review Thread One: Word For The Day, Thursday 11/14/02: Raffish (Be SURE to check out posts #92 and #111 on this thread!)
Review Thread Two: Word For The Day, Tuesday 1/14/03: Roister
Review Thread Three: Word For The Day, Tuesday 1/28/03: Obdurate
Time for class........homework on my desk...pluses are earned by posting a news item enhancing your homework...or by amusing me. Poetry earns a plus. Be creative.
This is Perdogg’s word!
Nothing is endurable
which Leftists make perdurable,
Despite the crooks unbeatable,
our system lives - incredible...
Aside from the NYJets Perdurable penchant for blowing games and seasons, I saw a study guide from my 8th grader, that had a list of terms...
It seems the perdurable BC. Os trying to be replaced by the F@@@@ng moronic B.C.E.
Before Common Era. The “ religious nuetral” term.
Such wisdom! A++
kept getting sidetracked by the Jets.......had to read it a couple of times. LOL A++
The damage from B. Hussein Warbama’s reign of terror on the USA will be so perdurable, my great grandchildren will still be harmed by it. Probably paying for it, as well.
The legacy of Washington perdurable,
Of Taft it is said he’s obscurable,
But the “present” of choom,
Who hurtles toward doom,
Possesses honesty most perjurable.
Not unlike any Dem reign. A++
OK, kiddies.....I am off. Will check in from my Kindle later. Behave.
It turns out that this aviator’s balloons weren’t so pedurable after all.
A "disturbance" in the Gulf might bring us some much needed rain this next week.....prayers up!
I’m somewhat encouraged
To see unexpected change-
Like howling liberal pundits
Sounding a bit less strange
I tale that to mean that
It isn’t perdurable at all-
The most insane can be reset
With the proper scary fall
Both Syria and Obamascare
Seem to have gotten a rise
When even unions discover
The “gifts” are the wrong size
I’m recharging from screwing up my back-my fault-and an attack of a strange flu-like virus that has happened every 5-6 years or so in either September or February-I’m down for the count for several days, yet no one around me is affected-not even my kid was when she was a toddler and I had an episode of it.
This started 5 years after I had a terrible case of Hong King flu when I was in college-there was literally an epidemic of it there. I’ve no idea what it is, but I suspect it may be triggered by excess stress-like an injury. It is nasty enough that giving up sounds almost sensible when it is full on-one or two days. After a couple of days of near-total rest and little or no food, plenty of water and juice, I get better...
I’m much better today and staying low until tomorrow, after I’ve eaten and had some more rest-that will help get rid of the back problem and the mystery virus so I can be back in action...
Hope you get better soon. I started getting chills last night and stayed home today to rest.
That was good. Especially the ending with the orher anchor.
Oy. Sorry guys! We had a cold go thru the house the last few days away, ending with me and boy 2 after we got home.
you guys are always sick, take vitamins or something!
hand sanitizer is another good idea to keep the sickness away.
Thanks-but could I have put a bad juju on you?
Thanks-I’m much better-I can’t believe I don’t know what it is, after all these years...
I carry the hand sanitizer in my purse, as well as using it at home when anyone but me is here.
Meh, with four kids its impossible to keep crap out of the house.
I doubt that. At first i thought it was somethingi ate. I guess that is still a possibility.
That’s right. And once school resumes all the kids mix up all the germs they picked up on summer vacations and bring them all home.
If there is justice, Progressive Presstitutes will find prison perdurable for being perjurous purveyors of propaganda for the Pres_ent...
That was the first thing I thought when this started-just like every other time. Maybe it is human instinct to think it is something we ate, left over from the time it most likely was...
i had three in school at the same time and we were not the germ factory that the hobbes household is, i don’t think a fourth kid makes it magically more prevalent.
One kid is enough to do it here.
Ok we must just be made of sturdier stock here : )
Just got home from an all day conference on palliative care. There were hundreds of us there, 99.5% nurses. I am well-stocked on pens and post-its after visiting the exhibit hall. The dogs survived being inside all day. My pet peeve from the conference was listening to people with multiple academic degrees mispronouncing palliative as pallative.
No, when you had 3 in school, we had not advanced to the days of hand sanitizers, and the schools acting as defacto nursoeries (i.e. if a kid was sick, you kept them home straight away).
Between eliminating inoccuous germs which helps people build immunity, and parents sending sick kids to school, its a damn germ factory.
Even when I was. A Kid, which is a short while ago, kids werent sick this often.
I think I missed school for 3 things, Mumps, flu, and later cuttting class,
A+++ Hope you are feeling better by now.
Palliative.......how hard is that to say?
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