2005

Deep Bow

Word Of The Day: Acroamatic / Esoteric, abstruse, profound. Secret knowledge transmitted orally.
Song Of The Day: Lightening Crashes / Live

pee on me

Song Of The Day: Toxic / Brittany Spears
Word Of The Day: Grease / "grease is the word, it's got a groove, it's got a feeling"

Verbicide

Song Of The Day: Cigarettes and Red Vines / Aimee Mann
Word Of The Day: Verbicide / Destroying the meaning of a word

Piss-Clash of the Quadrants

Song Of The Day: FM / Steely Dan
Word Of The Day: Deracinated / 1, To pull out by the roots; uproot. 2, To displace from one's native or accustomed environment.

Mystery

Song Of The Day: Young Americans / David Bowie
Word Of The Day: Rastaquouere / A person intruding into a particular social group and having an exaggerated manner or style of dress; a dashing but untrustworthy foreigner.

Screaming Queer Eye For The Witness Guy

Song Of The Day: All For You / Screaming Witness
Word Of The Day: Acesulfame / 200 Times sweeter than sugar, straight from Germany into your watering mouth

Keys, Please

Song Of The Day: Grass / XTC
Word Of The Day: Albugineous Like the white of an eye or an egg; white-coloured

A Healing Ritual

Song Of The Day: Scarecrow People / XTC
(Dutch) Word Of The Day: Valkuil / a hidden danger, unsuspected hazard or unforeseen difficulty.

Top Five Mystical Films

Song Of The Day: Cut Off Your Head / Jim's Big Ego
Word Of The Day: Gematria / A cabbalistic method of interpreting the Hebrew Scriptures by computing the numerical value of words, based on those of their constituent letters. (from the Aramaic 'gimatreya', which is from Greek 'geometria')

M is for 'Mac'

Song Of The Day: Get Out Of This House / Shawn Colvin
Word Of The Day: Anuptaphobia / Fear of staying single

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Razor-sharp improv. Lurking amid the minutiae of his observations on life and the Universe are some startling insights. Davis pulls off the most elusive of party tricks...Even the gods were grinning.

-Irish Times, Dublin Ireland