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Sniglet of the Day: December 3

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Sniglet Of The Dayhypocracy (hi-pock-ruh-see) A political system controlled by an out of control media.

No matter what the documents at the National Archives say, this nation is a hypocracy. Sure, there are the many independent voters out there that can see through media B.S., and could care less about American Idol or whomever Kim Kardashian might be married to this week. These people are most likely intelligent enough to collectively buy an island in the Caribbean and start a true banana democratic republic. They just need to find each other at the many OWS gathering across the country. Then there is the rest, the people who get so involved in what’s going on in Hollywood or Nashville, or see the big cover-ups only and are blind to the inner workings of the media moguls. These are the people that are blissfully living in a hypocracy. Is there hope for them? There might be, if they stop looking at supermarket tabloids and get out of the sphere of influence that are the news networks. Not many are really willing or even ready to turn back into green, vegan hippies. It would be great to see this happen, but don’t count on it any time soon. Even if it does happen, the media would not anyone know about it.

Sniglet of the Day : February 10

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Sniglet Of The DayExtraterrestaurant – An eating place where you feel you’ve been abducted and experimented upon. Also known as an E-T-ry.

I can’t say as I have ever gone to an Extraterrestaurant, because I tend to research places before I try them, but there are some places I am hesitant to try because of the possibility of such said eatery being an Extraterrestaurant. It might be the new Beirgarten at the beach, or the Brazilian place where they feed their customers enough beef to satisfy a tyrannosaurus rex, or even that Central European place in that lodge on the local camping hotspot. Any place that features haute cuisine might be an Extraterrestaurant, seemingly chic on the outside, but when they set this huge plate with this tiny portion of food that resembles a minimalist abstract painting in front of you, do you ask, “May I see the chef?” or “When did I get transported to Area 51?”