Well there are two new terms. Just coined them today? I looked up both
onology and alogy in the good old Websters, and guess what? they don't
exist, but only in the mind of the author. What gives? Do you have a subject
you would like to debate or hash about, as there are over 120 of them?
DocMoriarty 1/20/2004 1:27:39 PM
LOL Robert just had the same idea since i didn't know the terms, looked them up in my favorite German English Lexicon and couldn't find them ...
Until Roy wants to expand a little more on what he means i take them as a huge compliment.
Robert L. Sharp 1/20/2004 1:33:37 PM
I suffer from an affliction called PARAPHASIA, so it could be rampant!
DocMoriarty 1/20/2004 1:34:55 PM
Aaaarrrrggghhh is this infections ???
DocMoriarty 1/20/2004 1:35:40 PM
i meant infectious ... indeed it must be.
Dr. Roy U. Mena 1/20/2004 1:56:20 PM
1 entry found for onology.
\O*nol"o*gy\, n. [Gr. ? an ass + -logy.] Foolish discourse. [R.]
Robert L. Sharp 1/20/2004 2:00:04 PM
Wow, Dr. must have a dictionary from "out there"...weeeeeeeeeooooooooooo
Robert L. Sharp 1/20/2004 2:06:35 PM
I apologize. Just what dictionary are you referring to, and what are you a
Dr. of? If you are referring to a dictionary for shrinks and the like, I am fresh out.
And if it's a website of such logy's, what would you like to discuss, or would you
like to author a fresh heading and we can all start over in here?
Dr. Roy U. Mena 1/20/2004 2:09:43 PM
anyone can look it up you don't have to be a Dr.
If the title offends you I can post myself as Roy.
Grand Imperial Puba Scott Johansen 1/20/2004 2:12:21 PM
OOOOHHHH!!!! NOW HE'S a Doctor!!!!!
Careful he must have a doctorite in Onology!!!! It Required a one page thesis Get It?