Aristotle-to-Ricardo-to-Hayek turn the double play way better than Plato-to-Rousseau-to-Rawls
Oh. I see.(No Pun Intended)
"Greeking" used to mean creating a story with dummy (random) contents so you could judge page layout. Though I'll be damned if I could find that definition via google.
LOL, I just wanted to apply Randall's joke.But:Sort of like "nattering and gromishing"... That's what background actors are doing in a scene where they are having a discussion which isn't part of the dialogue, and thus is unheard by the observer.
> Though I'll be damned if I could find that definition via google.You can find things through google?I usually give up by the fourth page that has only the word "the" in common with my "exact phrase" search term.One reason I never use anything but a meta-engine.
P.S., you DO realize that that's only the fourth time this year that the LA Times actually had a headline that was halfway accurate?
Hilarious! "We don't need no stinking editors!"
Lorum ipsum is Latin, not Greek.
Based on his 10:51 comment, I have the feeling OBH has read David Gerrold.
Chris:I wasn't aware of that phrase before. Thanks--I now have a cite for "greeking."
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