"Karl M. Hegbloom" wrote:
> >>>>> "thierry" == thierry laronde <email@example.com> writes:
> thierry> If you are interested, you can see a proposal for the
> thierry> DEBIAN logo ( "ad Augusta per angusta" proposal, the
> thierry> second definitively doesn't fit the subject) at the
> thierry> following location :
> thierry> http://www.polynum.com/debian/logos.html
> Do you really find us all to be so quixotic that THIS should be our
> logo?! I don't think we are "foolishly impractical".
> Main Entry: quix·ot·ic
> Pronunciation: kwik-'sä-tik
> Function: adjective
> Etymology: Don Quixote
> Date: 1815
> 1 : foolishly impractical especially in the pursuit of ideals; especially : marked by rash lofty romantic
> ideas or extravagantly chivalrous action
> 2 : CAPRICIOUS, UNPREDICTABLE
> synonym see IMAGINARY
> - quix·ot·i·cal /-ti-k&l/ adjective
> - quix·ot·i·cal·ly /-ti-k(&-)lE/ adverb
I have an intuitive sensitivity.
Main Entry : "intuitive sensitivity"
Pronunciation : as you like
Function : adjective ( for a human being, a GNU, or an another animal]
Etymology : taken from Laronde 's "Glossaire des Precieuses" [ a
dictionnary for the politically correct ]
Date : 1999
Definition : People usually think that he is susceptible, but they are
wrong. His comportment is the result of this phenomenal intuition which
only belongs, as well as *HUMOR*, to huge intelligence. When you're just
about to start thinking of how you can manage to attempt to try to
joyfully stamp on his gonads, he already knows what is in your mind. For
him, it's just like you had done it : he charges.
It's not aggressiveness : it's foreknowledge.