I come in from Surfing my Ocean a Blue and look at ur Auto-antonym expecting to see its about Green doing u no wot - and find this word Polysemy
Since the test for polysemy is the vague concept of relatedness, judgments of polysemy can be difficult to make. Because applying pre-existing words to new situations is a natural process of language change, looking at words' etymology is helpful in determining polysemy but not the only solution; as words become lost in etymology, what once was a useful distinction of meaning may no longer be so.
Such concepts must be ideal for people in the Legal business as well as for those spending time trying to justify the value of learning to much about the English language.
My favourite Wikipedia page is using Wikipedia First when ever possible To read about a movie New or old My time for watching movies is limited and I find Wikipedia my first resource for making a judgement call on do I go see it or stream it Netflix or HBO/Showtime TiVo it. Wiki is super for this because it usually at the bottom references has tags to Rotten Tomatoes - There I can quickly see the score of so called professionals for reviews & see scores of what the public thinks - Often the public trumps the Pros and I go with that for decision
I am also happy to contribute cold hard cash yearly to Wikipedia - Have contributed to articles mostly technical via my editors and never without.
Syntax replied with this 2 years ago, 5 minutes later, 3 hours after the original post[^][v]#530,219
@530,213 (FuckAlms !vX8K53rFBI)
Another word I have not heard b4 but the concept I sure have. There is a Mushroom somewhere underground of gigantic proportion - Hit web n its
There is a Fungus among us Oregon. Researchers were astonished at the sheer magnitude of the find. This most recent find was estimated to cover over 2,200 acres (890 hectares) and be at least 2,400 years old, possibly older. Previously one is Washington state of another variety Armillaria ostoyae) that covered 1,500 acres
Google did not lead me Wiki on this question - Largest Mushroom. Later will find out if its good to grill on bar-b-q
Anonymous I replied with this 2 years ago, 6 minutes later, 4 hours after the original post[^][v]#530,239
@530,219 (Syntax) > This most recent find was estimated to cover over 2,200 acres (890 hectares) and be at least 2,400 years old, possibly older. Previously one is Washington state of another variety Armillaria ostoyae) that covered 1,500 acres
That refers to the fungus itself, not its fruiting body. There is no mushroom covering over 890 hectares.
Syntax replied with this 2 years ago, 1 minute later, 4 hours after the original post[^][v]#530,240
I did say > and similar associated horrid places
Far so many here are deficit school drop outs. Odd how the Mods are all educated with one even on track for a fancy PhD and other now about to take the place of Gloria Allred and becky will do far more better cause the fantastic fail I experienced re Gloria was her fail to understand basic tax code and becky Does
I cannot claim such as u cause frankly there can only b one bottom of the barrel total fail - I suppose there could be a tie but so far in this chan such has yet to exist (Autophag is banned or he wood fit)
Anonymous M replied with this 2 years ago, 42 minutes later, 4 hours after the original post[^][v]#530,256
I can't think of anything that really stands out, but sometimes it will give you stuff you never would have searched for that will suddenly make you curious. Those "I always wondered how that happened and now I know" moments are cool.
The cat joined in and replied with this 2 years ago, 6 hours later, 11 hours after the original post[^][v]#530,370
I was puking for three hours solid (BIT too much codeine) and I was like fuck it the internet will know what to do - it said to eat ginger so I did and stopped puking almost instantly. Ok that was from the internet not wikipedia but damn was I happy to stop puking
Anonymous Q joined in and replied with this 2 years ago, 2 hours later, 16 hours after the original post[^][v]#530,393
That's retarded. I thought the word "and" was the most repeated word in a sentence that still made grammatical sense. It makes more sense than Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.
If someone made a sign that said Killer Lettuce and Minichan but the words are not evenly spaced then you can say that the distance between Killer Lettuce and and and and and Minichan is not the same.
Recently, when we were writing our book Numericon, we came across what has now become one of our very favourite numbers: Graham's number. One of the reasons we love it is that this number is big. Actually, that's an understatement. Graham's number is mind-bendingly huge.
The observable Universe is big, but Graham's number is bigger. Image: ESA and the Planck Collaboration.
Our new favourite number is bigger than the age of the Universe, whether measured in years (approximately 14 billion years) or seconds (4.343x1017 seconds). It's bigger than Avogadro's number, a sizeable 6.02214129 x 1023. This is the number of hydrogen atoms in 1 gram of hydrogen, which is called a mole and is the standard unit for measuring an amount of a substance in chemistry or physics.
Graham's number is bigger the number of atoms in the observable Universe, which is thought to be between 1078 and 1082. It's bigger than the 48th Mersenne prime,
the biggest prime number we know, which has an impressive 17,425,170 digits. And it's bigger than the famous googol, 10100 (a 1 followed by 100 zeroes), which was defined in 1929 by American mathematician Edward Kasner and named by his nine-year-old nephew, Milton Sirotta. (This might sound familiar, as Google was named after this number, though they got the spelling wrong.)
Graham's number is also bigger than a googolplex, which Milton initially defined as a 1, followed by writing zeroes until you get tired, but is now commonly accepted to be 10googol=10(10100). A googleplex is significantly larger than the 48th Mersenne prime.
You, or rather a computer, can write out the 48th Mersenne prime in its entirety, all 17,425,170 digits of it.
But, despite the fact that I can tell you what any digit in the googolplex is (the first is a 1, the rest are all 0), no person, no computer, no civilisation will ever be able to write it out in full. This is because there is not enough room in the Universe to write down all googol+1 digits of a googolplex
As Kasner, and his colleague James Newman, said of the googolplex (in their wonderful 1940s book Mathematics and the imagination which introduced the world to these numbers): "You will get some idea of the size of this very large but finite number from the fact that there would not be enough room to write it, if you went to the farthest star, touring all the nebulae and putting down zeros every inch of the way."
Graham's number is bigger than the googolplex. It's so big, the Universe does not contain enough stuff on which to write its digits: it's literally too big to write. But this number is finite, it's also an whole number, and despite it being so mind-bogglingly huge we know it is divisible by 3 and ends in a 7.
South Korea: Because South Korea restricts firearms, only one third of Korean women use violent methods to commit suicide. Poisoning is the most commonly used method, as half of Korean women who commit suicide use pesticides. 58.3% of suicides from 1996 to 2005 used pesticide poisoning. Another prevalent method that people use is hanging. Just as women prefer certain suicide methods, a study has shown that unplanned suicide attempters use certain suicide methods more than planned suicide attempters. Unplanned suicide attempters tend to use chemical agents or falling three times more than planned suicide attempters. 
RWBY Rhubarb !!iNo3FkiZx replied with this 1.6 year ago, 42 minutes later, 4 months after the original post[^][v]#572,634
But it's not even the kids show! Like, I'd maybe understand if it was Sonic or something with a louder fanbase. But fucking Ben 10?
The talk page on it isn't even very big either. Like, I was expectin a lot of debate and discussion. So are these people just silently edit warring over this, making thousands of edits whilst trying hammer out a perfectly accurate list of Ben 10 aliens?
Fuck, I need to leave this thread. It's hurting my head.
Anonymous M replied with this 9 months ago, 1 hour later, 1.2 year after the original post[^][v]#663,415
@661,524 (Z-13) > In Agatha Christie's 1927 novel The Big Four, a chess master is murdered by a strong electrical shock dealt him in the third move of his Ruy Lopez opening. In anticipation of his opening, the electrical connection was rigged to the square on the board through the floor from the apartment below.
People who routinely open with the Spanish are so predictable.
Fake anon !ZkUt8arUCU replied with this 7 months ago, 48 seconds later, 1.4 year after the original post[^][v]#688,624
@688,616 (beckyderp !Hi.HILLARY)
Fun fact, a year or two ago there was one of those tight outside my building, along with some dude handing out bright orange flyers. I never learned what they were fighting about though.
Virgin boy eggs or "tong zi dan" (Chinese: 童子尿煮鸡蛋; pinyin: Tóngzǐ Niào Zhǔ Jīdàn) are a traditional delicacy of Dongyang, Zhejiang, China made by cooking eggs in urine collected from young boys. Every year in early spring time, the urine of prepubescent school boys preferably under 10 years is collected and boiled with eggs and sold for 1.50 yuan, around twice the price of a regular boiled egg. In 2008, Dongyang recognized the eggs as "local intangible cultural heritage."
Anonymous E replied with this 4 months ago, 1 hour later, 1.6 year after the original post[^][v]#716,400
@previous (beckyderp !Hi.HILLARY) > giraffes have been called "especially gay" for often engaging in same-sex sexual behavior more than male-female (heterosexual) sex.[
Ha! That gave me a right chuckle.
Fake anon !ZkUt8arUCU replied with this 3 months ago, 7 minutes later, 1.7 year after the original post[^][v]#721,051
@previous (beckyderp !Hi.HILLARY) > It was discovered in 2015 and named after U.S. President Barack Obama because the discoverer admires Obama. It infects the lungs of host turtles. Baracktrema obamai is classified as a parasitic flatworm.
Lol I don't think we share the same definition of "admire".
Jubilee Starshine joined in and replied with this 3 months ago, 14 minutes later, 1.7 year after the original post[^][v]#721,178
@721,051 (Fake anon !ZkUt8arUCU) > Blood-flukes, are parasitic flatworms responsible for a highly significant group of infections in humans termed schistosomiasis. Schistosomiasis is considered by the World Health Organization as the second most socioeconomically devastating parasitic disease, (after malaria), with hundreds of millions infected worldwide.