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November 20th, YDAU - Meeting Transcript
(Also matting. In film (or photography), this means combining multiple images into one final image, i.e., compositing.
i.e., word for word (written or spoken), from the Latin
Mountain comes to Mohammed
A good explanation can be found here.
Kruger Abstraction Scale
There's apparently no such thing.
best guess is this is a neologism combining "advertisement" and "avertable"
This refers to the Nielsen ratings of television audiences. Share is the percentage of the total number of televisions in use that are tuned to a particular program, and 82 is incredibly high. By comparison, the "Who Shot J.R.?" episode of CBS's primetime serial Dallas, first aired 21 November 1980, received a share of 76. (See the list of the most-watched United States primetime broadcasts here.)
providing free of charge
their own exc―
Tine Jr. surely seems about to say "excrement."
get rid of
"...a mule, a burro..."
A mule is a hybrid between a horse and a donkey (ass). A burro is just another name for a donkey.
Garfield is a cat from a daily-syndicated comic strip of the same name. (Wikipedia) See right »
McGruff the Crime Dog is an anthropomorphic cartoon bloodhound created for the National Crime Prevention Council for use by American police in building crime awareness among children. (Wikipedia)
Toucan Sam is the avian mascot of Froot Loops cereal. The character is a blue cartoon toucan with a striped beak. (Wikipedia)
"The Pillsbury Doughboy" is a small anthropoid character apparently made out of dough. (Wikipedia)
a type of mosaic made of broken stone