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Flowers, Trees, And The Cusacks.
March 26th, 2001 - 2:14 p.m.I'm Currently Avoiding:
I don't know if I really have anything to say, so I don't know if this could be considered to be a *real* diary entry, but then again...when are any of my diary entries real in the first place? But yeah, I just have a few questions/comments, the day and the word thereof and that's about it. I need to stop procrastinating and do stuff after that you see. I should not be procrastinating now, but I'll stop procrastinating later. Today,
March 26 is ....... Make Up Your Own Holiday Day and Spinach Festival Day (umm...yet again I'm confused. Making up your own holiday sounds perfectly acceptable to me, but Spinach Festival Day? Where do they have festivals to Spinach? Is that a big spinach festival where YOU live? I don't think so! No one Really celebrates that...except maybe that weird town wherever it is that has that statue of Popeye prominently displayed. I can see those people holding a big spinach festival, no problem. Scary people though they might be.)
It just seems wrong to see trees flower without them having leaves on it first. Why do they do that?
exculpatory (adj. eek-a-SKULL puh-leese-help-mee)
1. tending or serving to clear from alleged fault or guilt
If you suspect that today's Word of the Day is related to yesterday's, you're right. Exculpatory, too, comes from the Latin noun culpa, meaning blame. The prefix ex- means out of or away from, and exculpate means "to clear from guilt." Something exculpatory frees one from accusations. Exculpatory evidence is evidence that helps to prove that an accused individual is not guilty. The related but lesser-known terms inculpate and inculpatory are antonyms of exculpate and exculpatory. Inculpate means to incriminate and inculpatory means incriminating.
Yeah. Somehow, they seem to be focusing a lot on the guilt thing lately...mea culpa, exculpatory...are they trying to tell me something here? Or maybe guilt-trip me into doing something? Like quit procrastinating? Anyway....the one question I had. How come almost every movie I can recall with John Cusack in it, his sister makes an appearance in it too? Okay, it turns out they haven't done Everything together...but they've done like 9 or 10 movies together. That's a good 25% or something of everything they've ever done though. That's A LOT! Why is that? I'm going away now and I"m not coming back until more than a day from now...law or no law!
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