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  1. Got my vaccine today. So far no side effects. Not even a sore arm
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  2. Word of the day is 'exsibilate' (17th century): to hiss a poor performer off the stage.
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  3. “One Day More” from Les Miz is running on a loop through my mind today!
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  4. In the 1500s, a person who spent so much time worrying they made themselves ill was said to be THOUGHT-SICK
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  5. Word of the day is ‘circumlocutionist’: one who consistently speaks in a roundabout way in order to avoid addressing a question directly.
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  6. From Dan Rather on Twitter: I heard this Twitter thing wasn’t working for some people. Just came here to check... and it seems to be working for me. Oh well.
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  7. It really is thrill to hear him say your name. He called me during a concert and said hi Linda! I was a goner from that moment on!
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  8. It’s good! Aaand ny daughter got an appointment fora vaccine shot next week.
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  9. Wednesday started out great for me. We went to get our first covid vaccine shot. Easy peasy. Coming home we heard about the riots at the capital. Spent the rest of the afternoon watching them unfold on tv in horror. Definitely ochlocracy merrieeee. What a mess this country is in. In the evening, seeing Lindsay Graham redo himself once again, I just laughed so hard. Who is he kidding? I am so looking forward to a life I remember before March 2020.
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  10. Word of the day is 'ochlocracy': mob rule. Other -cracies: kakistocracy: government by the worst of citizens. aristocracy: (originally) government by the best of citizens; later by the elite. idiocracy: government by idiots. democracy: government by the people
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  11. Ice cream. I will be eating some tonight, because I need some comfort. YKW’s Twitter account just got locked! Politicon has announced that Malcolm Nance will be on the podcast with Clay tomorrow.
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  12. So sad! Word of the day is 'sequaciousness' (17th century): the blinkered, unreasoning, and slavish following of another, no matter where it leads.
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  13. https://twitter.com/clayaiken/status/1346649990966386688?s=20 Retweet:
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  14. Heh, well in my dreams he tunes in to watch Kornacki run the numbers 😝
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  15. Sweet little article about Clay's tweet from Sunday. Glad to know that tweet has traction! ‘American Idol’ Runner-Up Clay Aiken TakesJab At Trump Over GA Election Tapes: I Wanted To Find Votes Too Full text in the news section.
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  16. Word of the day is ‘crambazzled’: 19th-century Yorkshire dialect for looking prematurely aged from excess drinking
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  17. Word of the day is ‘lucifugous’ [loose-IF-ew-gus]: ‘light-avoiding’. A useful adjective for all creatures of darkness and those diving back under the duvet in the morning.
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  18. Word of every Christmas Day, even this one, is the beautiful ‘confelicity’: joy in the happiness of others. I hope you get to feel some confelicity today, if only from afar. Merrie Christmas.
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  19. WONDERCLOUT These are showy items that look highly promising but turn out to be worthless upon closer investigation. They are a festive example of trumperiness: something of far less value than it seems.
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  20. Hee! Word of the day (on repeat) is the 17th-century ‘latibulate’: to hide oneself in a corner in an attempt to avoid reality
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  21. All is Not Well Don't Come, All Ye Faithful (sorta stole that one) Let it Go, Let it Go, Let it Go
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  22. Word of the day: SLOOM (Scots) - a fitful, restless sleep
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