“Eureka!” (He then paints his own profile)
“Veni Vidi Tweeti”
Its root Greek meaning: “to prevent, guard against”…. whatever.
It is best to stick with the root meanings.
Vestibule is the Christian appropriation of the first part of the Hebrew tri-partite Temple area (gathering-preparation place, worshiper area, curtained-off priestly Holy of Holies).Nowadays it is the space between the entrance door into the church and the entrance door into the worship area proper. Catholics use it to shake off wet umbrellas and greet friends who happened to arrive at the same time. That area is employed by Christian Orthodox to purchase votive candles and spiritually prepare to enter into the dedicated worship space. In either case, ideally, it is serves as a special “liminal” space between leaving the secular ideals/values/ world and entering-ascending into a transcendent level. Sorry, I don’t know what that area is for Protestant Christians.
Yikes. I have no idea what you guys are talking about, but “Selerdore” does continue to ring nicely in the ear.
Roger that, Kate being portrayed as the sane world’s last-chance paladina pitting herself against a ruling cadre of cyberpunk dystopians.
A few years ago NPR reported the winner of a juried search for "Most beautiful English language word: “Murmur.”
Two kids after grade school sex ed class:
“I found a prophylactic under our davenport.”
“What’s a davenport?”
Please parse that into white collar vs. blue collar crooks vs. criminally insane.
See that third panel this morning? My response to you.(Did I say religion’s hands were clean?)