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November 20th, YDAU - Meeting Transcript

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Year of the Depend Adult Undergarment

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In film (or photography), this means combining multiple images into one final image. E.g., using a "bluescreen". (Wikipedia)

word for word as spoken

Mountain comes to Mohammed
derived from the expression, "If the Mountain won't come to Mohammed, then Mohammed must come to the Mountain," meaning, "if one does not get one's way, one must give in."

Kruger Abstraction Scale
There's apparently no such thing.

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best guess is this is a neologism combining "advertisement" and "avertable"

82 Share
This is a term from the Nielsen television ratings. Share is the percentage of the total number of television in use that are tuned to a particular program

Year of the Yushityu

Yiddish: nothing

providing free of charge

Year of Glad

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get rid of

dirty remainders

"...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.

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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

Toucan Sam
Toucan Sam is the avian mascot of Froot Loops cereal. The character is a blue cartoon toucan with a striped beak. (Wikipedia)

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Pillsbury Doughboy

Pillsbury Doughboy
"The Pillsbury Doughboy" is a small anthropoid character apparently made out of dough. (Wikipedia)

a type of mosaic made of broken stone

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urgently; desperately

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