Friday, August 18, 2006


adj. Kinda sorta Jeebus-y.

Related terms: Jeebus, Jeebusly, Jeebus-free, anti-Jeebusness.

Real citation: "In typical Republican slime fashion Mayor James West was all Jeebusish and Family Values when he was in front of the public, but in accordance with the Republican Agenda it was all lies in an effort to gain the trust of the public so he could betray it."
(Steve Rider, "Anti-Gay Gay Mayor Outed and Ousted in Spokane," Dec. 7, 2005, My Daily Rant,

Made-up citation: "My carefully groomed beard is Jeebusish, though my passionate belief in leprechauns is not."

1 comment:

Nagaya Osamu said...

Time is the important concept which supports our life, and it is looked upon
as a physical quantity in learning. However, the Japanese dictionary confuses
“time-notch” and time by a word of “instant.” English also makes time words
(hour, minute, etc) have the meaning of time-notch. Likewise, this problem arises
in the lexicons of all nations.

To solve the problem, we first defined “time-notch” and time in Japanese,
and then coined a new word, ##time-notch##, in English.

To correct the dictionary is urgent, and becomes an international action.
Does anyone realize this action?

* Liken the stream of time to one line and mark notches on the line at regular
intervals. Then, each notch means “time-notch,” and the interval between two
notches means “time.” In addition, “instant” means ambiguous brief time.
To define the time with length needs a time-notch without length at each ends.
To define the time-notch without length needs the time with length lying on
both sides. We call these relations of time-notch and time as
##Exclusive interdependence##.
* Humans see the present time-notch which is pointed out by the hand of a clock,
recall certain some certain past time-notch pointed out by a clock hand, treat both
together in the head, and read the time. This is ##the real identity of time##.
[Mistakes of World Scales]

Nagaya Osamu
General Manager of Mathematics Division
The Society of Truth
6-16 Hiromi, Kani-shi
Gifu-ken, 509-0214