Mouse Hunter has another useful neologism: tun, as in “stay tunned”. It refers to the large casks used to hold beverages and is the alcoholic sibling of “stay cool”. (I don’t know what getting tunned is like in Tunisia, but the last time I tried it that side of the water I didn’t get any beer, I didn’t get the lady, and I woke up in a stable. The lady was not a donkey, just in case you wondered.)
- Sewer talk
Son of ferret takes on the unkilled.
- Ghit goes generic
The Danish-based trends site Ghits.dk is now using my most popular neologism (Google hit -> ghit) for both Google and Yahoo searches. (Dear Mr Larsen, any chance of a link back to the source of your inspiration? Kalebeul or FollowTheBaldie.com would do nicely!)
- These wines are aimed at prescribers
Somewhere over the rainbow (p18 to be exact), there’s a country where the health system allows doctors to write prescriptions for alcoholic beverages, and where Torres can openly corrupt them with gifts of the same. Either that or Origin Spain is two redundancies in one: a web magazine, written in Spanglish.
- Tunisian liberal blogger
The excellent Mouse Hunter links to tn.bl*gs, a Tunisian bloggregator. Tn.bl*gs–which is completely unrelated to Mouse Hunter–includes excerpts from an interesting blog by dissident lawyer, Mokhtar Yahyaoui. Although the regime has avoided the Marxist, Islamist, and nationalist foreign relations disasters of many of its neighbours, any country in which a president “wins” a fourth term with 94.5% …