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  1. PageDoll says:

    Some lessons are just more fun than others, this is one of them. :lol:

  2. PageDoll says:

    I can’t seem to get over how real the screen shot looks. I just saw it on “Featured Videos” on YT right now and I must say, its pretty damn scary! :|

  3. jadedspace says:

    hello Marina
    [CooLBeans]

    that’s my word :mrgreen:

    thank you
    Justin Prymmer

  4. Kimberly Archer says:

    I would like to request the word [shank] . I know it is many things. But people at my school say they will “shank” people. I think it has to do with stabbing them or something like that. Where does this come from? Thanks Hot For Words ;-) , -Kimberly-

  5. StylinAzn says:

    Hello Marina

    Where did the name for the Chinese dish [Egg Roll] come from when obviously there is no eggs in “egg rolls”???

    Your loyal and original fan since June 2007

    • leoNard says:

      StylinAzn: I second your request ! :lol: With Marina doing [lent] and that leads up to [palm-(40~days)- sunday] & and the [worship](cultUre)— Death and Resurrection of Jesus or rather, that is, [EASTER] and when [EGGs] roll !! :smile: ….Ingredients:
      •1 package egg roll wrappers (4 1/2″ by 5 1/2″)
      •Filling:
      •1 pound fresh pork (or barbecued pork)
      •1 medium onion (sliced)
      •2 stalks celery, cut diagonally
      •1/2 pound fresh mushrooms, sliced
      •6 water chestnuts (fresh if possible), sliced
      •1/2 pound suey choy (Napa Cabbage), sliced thinly, 1 inch lengthwise
      •2 green onions, diced
      •1 pound fresh bean sprouts
      •Pork Seasoning:
      •1 teaspoon soy sauce
      •1 teaspoon oyster sauce
      •salt and pepper to taste
      •a bit (less than 1 teaspoon) cornstarch
      •Gravy:
      •4 tablespoons water
      •1 tablespoon cornstarch
      •1/2 teaspoon soy sauce
      •2 teaspoons oyster sauce
      •salt, pepper, accent (if desired) to taste
      •2 tablespoons cornstarch mixed with 2 teaspoons cold water*
      •2 tablespoons oil for stir-frying
      •2 to 4 cups oil for deep-frying————–a mug of love to U :smile: My made made her own wRappers and egg noodles :cool:

  6. koalabear says:

    I think [Avatar] the movie is being released in December.
    Should Marina jump on the “commercial bandwagon” and do a vid on the word? Hell, why not? :grin:

  7. echo says:

    how a. phrase [peace of cake]? where did it come?

    …from Russia with love :-)

  8. originalistrick says:

    I’m going to the Cup race in Fort Worth this weekend. First row, center, back straight. Look for me – I’ll be the lone rowdy redneck there(yeah, right.) Hope none of the cars try to join me like the spring Talladega race.

    Everybody have a great weekend. Give Cody a squeeze for me, Marina.

  9. Captain Jack says:

    Isn’t funny we call computers that run Windows, PCs? PC is short for Personal Computer. I use a Mac. We don’t call them PCs. Though right now macs have lots in common with PCs. They even run very similar chip sets. i.e. Intel dual cores. The only major difference is the operation system. Strange hu.

    How about this one. Boyfriend and Girlfriend. The meaning of the words describes your friend with a particular sex. Though the meaning has changed over time. Women can say they are going out with their girlfriend and it doesn’t necessarily mean they are in a homosexual relationship. But if men (at the risk of sounding gay) say they are going out with their boyfriend then there is no doubt that they are homosexual relationship.

    So I try to think why this meaning has come about. I think men might have evolved this slang definition to where it is today. Men see two women together and enjoy it. Even when they touch each other. They see them as heterosexuals.
    But when men see two men together they think they just might be gay. Anything other than a handshake, pat on the upper back, or a soft punch would seem gay to them.

    Something else I have notice for awhile. When did women include themselves as Guys? Whatever happen to Gals?

    Well this has confused me so much that all I want to do now is smoke some fags. :shock:

    • muggins says:

      Some words roll off the tongue awkwardly, or sound bad, and gal does both. It sounds like someone beginning to vomit. But maybe there’s some sort of antiquated association with the word, gal . To me, gal harkens up a picture of the Andrew Sisters at a dude ranch. When was the last time you heard someone use the word auto ? “Where’d you park your car ?” compared to “Where’d you park your auto ?”

    • Hs4Mm says:

      Historically, when some personal computers were called “PC”s, “PC” was short for “IBM PC” which in turn was short for “IBM Compatible Personal Computer”.

      Background: IBM used to make main-frame computers using proprietary technology. They created a special group and gave them the goal of creating a cheap personal computer and getting it to market fast. This group decided to use non-proprietary, “third-part”/”commercial off the shelf” parts in their design. They came up with a set of specifications such parts from any manufacturer who adhered to that specification could be interchanged with each other. Computers built using only those parts that strictly adhered to those specifications were allowed to be labeled as “IBM Compatible Personal Computer” or “IBM PC”. So if someone purchased an “IBM PC” and if a part broke down or if he wanted to expand it, he could do so by using parts from any manufacturer who adhered to the IBM specifications.

      In sharp contrast, Apple computers are proprietary. Lots of manufacturers make IBM Compatible Personal Computers (not just IBM!) but only Apple makes Apple computers.

  10. PageDoll says:

    That was an excellent lesson. Funny, but the black eye looks real and you got well into the part of the robber so as I was laughing I also felt kind of sad you were being booked into jail. :mrgreen:

  11. flymypg says:

    Woah. Look at the video background. Marina is at least EIGHT FEET TALL!

    Which means I come right up to, well, uh, yeah.

    Harrumph. Time for me point my ugly mug somewhere else…

    -BobC

  12. leonard says:

    :smile: The [world] is is my word request and this my reason…from Wiki———-
    The word [algorithm]
    comes from the name of the 9th century Persian mathematician Muhammad ibn MÅ«sā al-KhwārizmÄ« whose works introduced Indian numerals and algebraic concepts. He worked in Baghdad at the time when it was the centre of scientific studies and trade. The word algorism originally referred only to the rules of performing arithmetic using Arabic numerals but evolved via European Latin translation of al-Khwarizmi’s name into algorithm by the 18th century. The word evolved to include all definite procedures for solving problems or performing tasks.

    Time matters not to when HotForWords gathers her presentation

    … :lol: …thank you in advance :grin:

  13. originalistrick says:

    I’m showing up on some twitter lists. I’m not really clear, or sold on whether I’ll do this. Most of ya’ll are certainly more active there than I, so maybe that’s part of it. You think it’s all that beneficial? Help a dumbass out.

    • pedanticKarl says:

      Hi Rick,
      As you might know, some people are just obsessed about keeping lists about everything in life. I guess I qualify for that job. :grin:
      Some people will count or collect stuff that appeals to them. Some people collect autographs and some people count how many times they went to the store this week or whatever.

      With respect to Twitter, I guess these lists are similar.
      When you go to my twitter profile page, you can click on the Lists and see which ones I have created. I have created 4 Lists for different reasons.

      My hotforwords-community List shows the people that are active on this site and also Tweet at or about HotForWords, so you are on that list. For some people that Tweet of or about HotForWords, but have a different username on this site, I can’t count since I don’t know who they are. For example, Leonard on this site is known by another name on Twitter. I count him since I know both of his names.

      My hottestpersoninuniverse List only has one name in it AND always will have one name in it. There can ONLY be ONE HotForWords. :smile:

      The hotforwords-tweeters List contains any tweeter that has tweeted at or about HotForWords. This is just experimental and don’t know where it will go.

      The hotforwords-com List is any tweeter that has never tweeted of or about HotForWords. Actually, I don’t know that for a fact, but I presume it might be true. These are people that tweet interesting things that might be related to this HotForWords site such interesting things about words .

      Are the lists beneficial? These lists are new and who knows what they might unleash. Maybe, they might be beneficial. I’ve had two people make comments about my lists, so it got someone’s attention.

      • originalistrick says:

        Thanks for your thoughts, PK. I tell you, when I first started tweeting I was much more active. Pretty much all summer I’ve had less recreational computer time for several reasons. Been periods where I wasn’t here as much, too. I think when I am able to spend more time with it it’ll make more sense. Looking at my followers and the folks I follow it’s clear that creating “lists” as such could be hilarious if nothing else. Of course, I AM somewhat warped.

        Totally in agreement with your single-person list. Love this lady!

  14. eric812 says:

    marina dear please dont ever do a mugshot like that again,your too gorgeous

  15. pedanticKarl says:

    Dang, I got so excited I also made comment 301. :-)

  16. pedanticKarl says:

    Yes, Yes, Yes!!!
    I am the 300th commenter on this page. Yipeee!!!
    I know the comment number over to the right says 126, but there are 300 comments on this page. The Twitoaster injected comments introduce a different numbering scheme.

  17. pedanticKarl says:

    Congratulations to PageDoll for being selected as the new T.A.

    Click on the link and send Mike some good wishes.

  18. mitchpwnz0rz says:

    Hey, I’d like to request the word [bangs]. As in the hair along your forehead only when it is short enough. I mean, BANGS? it just seems an odd name to call it and it’d be very interesting to find out why.

  19. flymypg says:

    I’m worried about the word [to]. While it is one of the smallest English words, it may have more meanings than any other word! Here’s a rather contrived, convoluted, partial example:

    To get to the point, I did say to you that I’m going to the store to spend 30 to 40 dollars, but since you are going to hit me, I’ll leave after I come to.”

    There are more meanings, but that’s all I could fit in a single clumsy sentence.

    How did this tiny word get so many meanings?
    How can it serve as so many different parts of speech?
    Is it actually a bunch of different words that happen to sound the same and are spelled the same?
    Do other languages have massively overloaded words?

    Are you the right person to ask, or should I ask my sweet old grammarian?

    Thanks!

    -BobC

  20. thamusic says:

    Hello,

    Is it possible to find out the origin of [tickling] and also see if you have ticklish feet.

    Thanks,
    Terry

  21. lordskeep says:

    Hi,

    I was reading a blog about growing passion flower seeds when one person used the phrase they grow [like the dickens] .I would like to know the origin of this phrase please.

    P.S Love your work and shows Marina.You make me hot for words : )

  22. aka99 says:

    what does the word [television] mean?

  23. Rijk says:

    only noticed the arrows behind the recent comments today, but their great.

    good job Marina.

    ps could you stop marking the comments of my fav lady as spam!

  24. itsgood93 says:

    beautiful – more beautiful – Marina Orlova :!:

    She is an Angel :smile:

  25. pedanticKarl says:

     
    If you missed @AdamsWorldBlog tweet this morning
    Adam Bernard mentioned his interview with Marina.
    Great interview!

    Marina Orlova – Utilizing YouTube for Fame
    by Adam Bernard
    Friday, November 06, 2009

    • originalistrick says:

      Really appreciate the heads-up, PK. That was a great interview. I can’t keep thanking you enough for letting people like me keep up with things like this. I never would have seen it on my own. I know Marina appreciates you. I know i do.

  26. James says:

    Comments 58 – 89 all too much for me… Please tell me we don’t have 2 leonards! :mrgreen:

  27. James says:

    You know when you google something and byou just get random lists of crap. What is the point of them? Here is one. http://www.chahaoba.com/0751888

  28. James says:

    Check this lady out.. She looks JUST like Marina, and she has a book out too. http://www.youtube.com/user/elzbietatrzeciak

  29. Che Mero says:

    You look hot even when you’re trying to be slutty. ;-)

  30. Evan Owen says:

    BTW Marina,

    How does it feel to have hundreds of thousands of adoring fans, tens of thousands of men who think they want to marry you, as many more who profess their admiration for you on many different levels?
    Exhiliarating? :grin:
    Creepy? :shock:
    Profitable? :cool:
    Is there a word lesson in this? :wink:

    • CampKohler - Sacramento CA says:

      And since she already has a black eye; she comes “preabused.” Think of the time this will save the hot-tempered alcoholic. :shock:

    • pedanticKarl says:

       
      Evan, probably, this lesson comes close?
      Check it out. :lol:

      Men’s Dictionary
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRnAORRRU8c

      • originalistrick says:

        Perfect, PK! Watched it again in the context of Evan’s post and laughed my fanny off.

        • pedanticKarl says:

          I thought it was funny too Rick. I was just laughing a mile a minute.
          The part where Marina bleeps out her answer was hilarious.

        • leonard says:

          :smile: originalistrick says: 101.2.1.1.1 November 6, 2009 at 4:38 pm
          OK, ya’ll have sucked me in. (Forgive me, Dear Marina, for I’m about to sin.)

          This country, this miracle, was founded by courageous men and women based on Judaeo-Christian beliefs and principles.
          …. [Judeo-Christian] (sometimes written as Judaeo-Christian) :smile:

          :cool: The term “Judeo-Christian” has been criticized by some theologians[3] for suggesting more commonality than may actually exist.[4]

          Historians interested in the foundations of American democracy have written extensively on the importance of the Hebrew Bible as interpreted by the Protestant founding generations. Alexis de Toqueville in his classic 1831 work, Democracy in America, devoted the entire second chapter to this subject.

          The immigrants, or, as they deservedly styled themselves, the Pilgrims, belonged to that English sect the austerity of whose principles had acquired for them the name of Puritans. Puritanism was not merely a religious doctrine, but corresponded in many points with the most absolute democratic and republican theories
          and so, thus… :smile: A [Judaeo-Christian-Muslim] concept thus refers to the three main monotheistic religions, commonly known as the Abrahamic Religions. Formal exchanges between the three religions, modeled on the decades-old Jewish-Christian interfaith dialogue groups, became common in American cities following the 1993 Israeli-Palestinian Oslo accords.…just pushing peace :smile: ;-)

          • originalistrick says:

            leonard, my man, forgive my cranial density, but I really don’t understand the point of your post. I’m familiar with everything you said. Either we’re splitting hairs and you would have preferred my using “Christian” in place of “Judaeo-Christian”, or did you think I was somehow slamming Islam? If so, it was unintentional.

        • leonard says:

          Rick:…the bottom-line is; where I live of this nation: the American policy is not what was, but what is. Laws and policies have been changing and where I live, it is “Indian-Country”; and is a assimilated apartheidist agency dictated protectant of the United States of america and is an offiCial[][][][Pagan[][][] nation!!!…I dare the research {please Marina-HotForWords~~~ICON~~~[dews]{dues] to [do] the word [reservation]}…american style :smile: The missionaries you refer to is “folk-lore” and Amen :lol: :idea:

      • Evan Owen says:

        Lordy, are we men really that shallow? :shock: :sad: Wait, don’t answer that. :oops: :lol:

      • Evan Owen says:

        Actually, she answered this question in her comments on Marina’s 28th birthday!

        Which reminds me…there’s an important birthday coming up! Marina, have you updated your birthday wish list? :grin:

        (Dec. 10, for all you noobs!) :razz:

  31. le marquis divin says:

    [sadomasochism]? Might be an interesting etymology.

  32. ilikesexytime says:

    PLEASE ORIGIN OF THE WORLD [SOLES] AS IN SOLES OF THE FEET. OR TOES. PLEASE DO ORIGIN OF TOES. WHY IS IT NAMED THAT? :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  33. ilikesexytime says:

    CAN YOU SHOW US THE STRIP SEARCH SCENE?

  34. 6060afj says:

    hi I would like to request the word [sneakers] why do u call it that???

    • beevee14 says:

      There soft, rubber soles(as opposed to the hard, leather soles on other shoes back then) made easy for sneaking and peaking without being heard.

  35. eric812 says:

    hello marina dear,i`m wondering whats the origin of the word [dominatrix] .

  36. Evan Owen says:

    Homo praesumitur bonus donec probetur malus:

    A man presumes he’ll get a raise until he’s bad and on probation? :???:

  37. Hs4Mm says:

    Good makeup and acting. [black friday]

  38. danrus178 says:

    Two requests … I would like to request the word [doppelganger] and the phrase [with a grain of salt]. As in, “I will take your advice with a grain of salt.”

    • Evan Owen says:

      Funny, there was another guy, danrus177, who requested the same words! :razz: (Take THAT with a grain of salt!) :lol:

      • danrus178 says:

        I’m sorry, I was unaware of that. Maybe if I had more time to spend crawling over Web sites like this I would have seen said user’s posts and I could have picked a more unique name and not repeated his previous comments.

  39. Rijk says:

    ohhh Oo we can scroll trough the comments now, Great!

  40. muggins says:

    @Beevee14 below (why the heck this didn’t appear in your string I don’t know)

    The United States is a melting pot nation with many religious people with different religions. There is no official religion of the U.S., as opposed to Saudi Arabia or Great Britain. Our founding fathers had the wisdom to create a secular government which tolerated all religions, whether Christian, Muslim, Jewish, or any of the rest of them.

    • BigBhd95 says:

      way to go Muggins :idea: thats tellin it like it IS :!: B.B.

    • beevee14 says:

      I agree.You took one paragraph the lady wrote and made your inferrences. Religion has nothing to do with the fact that our president doesn’t have the balls to make a decision about anything.

      Last time I looked at a dollar, it said:

      In God We Trust

      right across the top

      • muggins says:

        There were many topics in that long letter, and there’s not enough space or attention span to cover all those topics in one comment.

        On U.S. currency, It doesn’t say “In Christ we trust”. It says, “…God…”, the God of Abraham I would presume (monotheist), and there are at least three religions, two of them non-Christian who worship one God. The founding fathers did not put that phrase on U.S. currency, nor was there any reference to God on cash until the Civil War. It was in 1956 that the bill was passed that “In God We Trust” would be included on all U.S. currencies. There are enough people in the U.S., who understand that when a government supports one religion over another, it is a form of tyranny, and one has only to look to other nations in the world to see the downsides to liberty that’s caused by mixing politics and religions.

        • beevee14 says:

          Yeah, and they didn’t put ‘under God’ in the Pledge of Allegiance until around that time either,(Those God-less Communists ;-) ) and for that reason kids can’t say the Pledge at school. I am a strong proponent of church/state seperation.

          • originalistrick says:

            OK, ya’ll have sucked me in. (Forgive me, Dear Marina, for I’m about to sin.)

            This country, this miracle, was founded by courageous men and women based on Judaeo-Christian beliefs and principles. There is no GENERAL “separation of church and state.” The founders made it explicity clear, however, that no American government would establish a sanctioned church. If you want to learn where the expression “separation of church and state” originated see Thomas Jefferson’s letters.

            Look at the buildings, memorials, and monuments in D.C. Get a copy of The Declaration of Independence, or The Bill of Rights. Read-no, study The Constitution. Check out Newt and Callista Gingrich’s “Rediscovering God in America.” I grow so weary of hearing “progressives”, “secularists”, “progressive secularists”, and especially misguided liberal courts attempting to rewrite our history.

            I am not a Republican. Not particularly conservative. I’m skeptical of every word that comes out of any politician’s mouth. I just want the truth, that I can verify for myself. And I’m tired of the spin surrounding this issue.

            I’m ready for detention now, Marina. Please be gentle.

          • muggins says:

            @ originalistrick

            I like Newt. He is very intelligent and gives insightful lectures. But, like any other politician I’ve ever heard, when he starts to talk religion, the horse manure gets a little deep. If one does look at the U.S. Constitution, as printed online, you can do a ctrl f word search and enter “god”, and there is no mention of the word. God is mentioned only once in the Declaration of Independence, and it does look like they’re talking about a montheistic God, but they express it oddly as “…Nature’s God…”. There certainly is no mention of Jesus or Christ. The main philosophy driving the creation of the U.S. was the Age of Reason rather than some particular religion.

  41. beevee14 says:

    This is a letter from a 4th grade teacher and bears repeating and repeating and repeating…. :| Only the bright light of truth can kill the mold of their lies and fungus of deception.

    April 27, 2009
    The White House
    1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20500

    President Obama:

    I have had it with you and your administration, sir . Your conduct on your recent trip overseas has convinced me that you are not an adequate representative of the United States or of me personally.

    You are so obsessed with appeasing the Europeans and the Muslim world that you have abdicated the responsibilities of the President of the United States of America . You are responsible to the citizens of the United States

    You are not responsible to the peoples of any other country on earth. I personally resent that you go around the world apologizing for the United States telling Europeans that we are arrogant and do not care about their status in the world. Sir , what do you think the First World War and the Second World War were all about if not the consideration of the peoples of Europe? Are you brain dead? What do you think the Marshall Plan was all about?

    Do you not understand or know the history of the 20th century? Where do you get off telling a Muslim country that the United States does not consider itself a Christian country? Have you not read the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution of the United States? This country was founded on Judeo-Christian ethics and the principles governing this country, at least until you came along, come directly from this heritage. Do you not under stand this?

    Your bowing to the king of Saudi Arabia is an affront to all Americans. Our President does not bow down to anyone, let alone the king of Saudi Arabia . You don’t show Great Britain , our best and one of our oldest allies, the respect they deserve yet you bow down to the king of Saudi Arabia . How dare you, sir ! How dare you!

    You can’t find the time to visit the graves of our greatest generation because you don’t want to offend the Germans but make time to visit a mosque in Turkey . You offended our dead and every veteran when you give the Germans more respect than the people who saved the German people from themselves. What’s the matter with you?

    I am convinced that you and the members of your administration have the historical and intellectual depth of a mud puddle and should be ashamed of yourselves, all of you. You are so self- righteously offended by the big bankers and the American automobile manufacturers yet do nothing about the real thieves in this situation, M r . Dodd, M r . Frank, Franklin Raines, Jamie Gorelic, the Fannie Mae bonuses, and the Freddie Mac bonuses. What do you intend to do about them? Anything? I seriously doubt it.

    What about the U.S. House members passing out $9.1 million in bonuses to their staff members — on top of the $2.5 million in automatic pay raises that lawmakers gave themselves? I understand the average House aide got a 17% bonus. I took a 5% cut in my pay to save jobs with my employer .

    You haven’t said anything about that. Who authorized that? I surely didn’t! Executives at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will be receiving $210 million in bonuses over an eighteen-month period, that’s $45 million more than the AIG bonuses. In fact, Fannie and Freddie executives have already been awarded $51 million; not a bad take. Who authorized that and why haven’t you expressed your outrage at this group who are largely r esponsible for the economic mess we have right now.

    I resent that you take me and my fellow citizens as brain-dead and not caring about what you idiots do. We are watching what you are doing and we are getting increasingly fed up with all of you. I also want you to know that I personally find just about everything you do and say to be offensive to every one of my sensibilities. I promise you that I will work tirelessly to see that you do not get a chance to spend two terms dest r oying my beautiful country.

    Sincerely,

    Every Real American

    • BigBhd95 says:

      WHY didn’t the TEACHER who wrote thjat letter sighn it?????
      never mind, i know why! :shock: B.B.

      • beevee14 says:

        She did. With her phone and fax numbers :!: . I didn’t think it prudent to put it up where a million people can see. When you’ve really had enough, Damn The Consequences.

        Ms. Lyday
        4th grade
        Grandview Elementary

        Thats the best I can do and don’t feel comfortable with that. Big Brother is really gonna be rearing his ugly head for the next three years and I don’t want to get anybody in trouble. Sometimes, when everybody around you keeps on telling you how great you are, men do desperate things to hold on to that power.

        Pride Goeth Before The Fall

    • buzzword says:

      actually this rather infamous email has been exposed as a hoax for some time. the supposed author ms. kathleen lyday has stated she did not write the email. although i am very sure that the opinions conveyed in the email are commonplace and that there are many authentic letters stating as much being sent routinely to the white house. i have read many eloquently stated critiques of the obama administration that are authentic. many of these open letters have been written by some very respected statesmen and political authorities. I think selecting a correspondence from a reputable source would have provided stronger support for your political position.

      • beevee14 says:

        Like they say: if i is to good to be true, it probably is. How could I have fact-checked it, though? Should have called those phone numbers… ;-)
        :oops: I stand corrected :oops:
        I got it this morning and posted it hoping to spark…something. And I did.
        You even came out of your tree

        If it is true, what does it matter where it came from?

    • buzzword says:

      the bit of history i referenced was in response to the quote you provided alone “if it is true what does it matter where it came from?” and not the fictitious email in your original post. my recollection of the ethical dilemma caused by the notorious anatomy book had no bearing upon your initial post. i thought your quote was rather interesting. indeed, you would be correct. comparing the two subjects is like comparing apples and oranges.

      i apologize if i have ignored the emphasis you had originally placed upon the email you provided. the political opinions and facts conveyed in the letter didn’t interest me. i did note that you opened with, “the bright light of truth…” and thought i should provide additional factual context to the origin of the email in respect to your prompt by noting its questionable origins. further the email ends with, “sincerely, every real american” i found this final remark slightly unprincipled and rather insulting since the unknown author falsely attributed the words to another unsuspecting individual.

      regarding politics in general, i abstain from discussing politics here on hfw for various reasons. mainly because such dialogues quickly digress into an uncivil discourse punctuated by inflammatory trolling, juvenile mockery, exaggerations, half truths and ranting tantrums. none of which respects the civility and eloquence of the democratic tradition of political debate that produces the consensus and progress that a functioning politic requires. for such worthy deliberations i go to political forums that are much more appropriate than the hfw site is.

    • buzzword says:

      i just noticed that your not on twitter. many of those that frequent hfw utilize twitter as well. i think you would find twitter very entertaining and informative. from your posts i assume you lean toward the conservative right wing party in the u.s.

      there are many conservatives that use twitter to connect with others with common political positions. to keep informed of other ideologies and political perspectives i hope you would follow those with alternative approaches as well, at least to keep informed of what the opposition is thinking. twitter allows you to create lists to keep who you follow separated. you could create one for the right and the left. i think you would find it very useful. let me know what you think.

      here is a link.

      • beevee14 says:

        I never followed politics until the last pres. election. I consider nyself a Libertarian and try to look at each issue individually. I just feel like our country is being taken down the tubes by people who think they know what we want. I try to watch a little MSNBC everyday. Its an old cliche but I don’t feel it is about right and left but right and wrong. What is happening to our country is wrong :cry:

        Mayan calender ends in2012

        • Venomrock67 says:

          I had a feeling you leaned towards a Libertarian position, but I do think that there’s a fair amount of people that are fed up with the politicians that are in charge in both the Democratic and Republican parties, both parties are not functioning as they were intended to do.
          The Dems who want big Government and have convinced many people the gov. should take care of and give them everything and people fall for it, of course it’s easy to say you want to help out everybody especially the have nots when you spend other peoples money like taxpayers to pay for a gazillion social programs for which a lot of them aren’t working.Their intentions maybe good, but it’s not sustainable. The Gov has proven for quite sometime now that they can’t run anything efficiently. Then there’s the Republicans, which I don’t think there’s a true conservative in the forefront of this party, and religion. I question the idea that our country was founded on judeo-christian ethics when the founding forefathers were I believe and it’s been proven that they were Masonic of the Scottish Rite (Freemasonry) most of them anyways. Them guys kicked England’s ass on the battlefield in the Revolution to win their independance, but you know I think England may have won in the longrun, they just went under the radar to do it. The United States started out as the big social experiment and maybe it’s still that way today. Who knows what’s going to happen. I know I’ve posted some things on here about this so-called NWO, you never know.
          Hey here’s a radical to combat a radical:
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Hn6ad4_FzM
          Don’t know what you think of him, not sure he’s going to run.
          Yeah I know people on here and maybe Marina too get irritated with talk of politics or things of this nature, but once in awhile I think it’s okay, maybe :???:
          Hey, that link that buzzword gave you for twitter is pretty cool.

          All human situations have their inconveniences. We feel those of the present but neither see nor feel those of the future; and hence we often make troublesome changes without amendment, and frequently for the worse.
          ~ Benjamin Franklin~

          ;-)
          Take Care B :smile: :cool:

    • leonard says:

      A letter someone wrote; pushes thoughts and why money is socialism. The costs is implemented by taxing and comprehension is administered by inflated “pay-of-work” (salaries); called government and to much anti-capital? Dreams of money is what pushes education and “the class struggle” and dreamers creates too much emotional science[brain-drains] or negative soCial enviroMentals—…

      :lol:
      :lol: 1952 John Wayne Camel Cigarettes Commerical :cool:

      :lol:

      :lol:

      • beevee14 says:

        A saying from the Soviet Union(The latter days when the ‘masses’ realized it just wasn’t gonna work):

        They pretend to pay us, so we pretend to work

        I worked for the Fed govt(USDA) and waste is rampant with everybody. I estimate it takes 1.75 people to do the job of 1 in the private sector. They have no incentive to work hard because it is almost impossible to get promoted. The people ahead of you aren’t going to quit because thay do less work than you! Why should they retire?A story:
        In 1998, I was sent to Texas A&M for an advanced course on microbiology, foodborne pathogens and people skills/public speaking. It was basically a semester crammed into four weeks designed to help you get promoted. We where going to school 10 hours a day plus we would have to work on a special group project at night. It was hard but I was named our project leader and came out of it with a ‘B’ average. I got back to my job, and within a week, one of the girls I worked with says, “I told Dr. Brown(our Dist. Sup.) that if you got promoted because you went to Texas, I would file a grievance.” I was dumbfounded. I said, ” what do you think i went down there for?” She knew I had a 2-year old daughter. She said, ” I don’t care. just because i don’t want to go doesn’t mean I shouldn’t be promoted” Needless to say, the promotion never came and I ended up resigning. I’d had it. To me, that is a microcosm of the Fed, crabs in a bucket, pulling each other down. Also, some of the people were incredibly stupid to the point of unbelief and they had the power to shut down a processing plant because they were in a bad mood/somebody pissed them off!(I’ve seen it happen more than once) :shock:

        HC Bill(Pelosi’s Puppy) just passed The House. I don’t have HC and I don’t have a job. Open the way for me to get a job and I’ll get my own damn health care! Oh well, I guess I can always get on at one of the 30+ new bureaucracies/agencies that will be promulgated through this monster. Remember,”Not a dime will be added to the deficit”.LOL :mrgreen: Oh, really? Kinda of leaves only one other place to get it , right?(That, or print more money) :|

  42. Snorre Sturlasson was an D NA hybrid, not more or less.
    please translate may first writing in blogg.englunds.info
    tails from eddagatan ,,, BUT that is NOT the beginning,,, it was the end

  43. cthulur7 says:

    Hi Marina,

    Seeing your mug shot made me think of the word [jeopardy]. I realized that if ever there came a time where my freedom might be in [jeopardy] I wouldn’t even know the origin of the word. Maybe you can help me out?

  44. oopsgrin says:

    I would like to request the word [oops] :)

  45. scrwnyltlwiteboy says:

    i have a word request. the word bra or brassiere. not for perverted reasons.

  46. thi is no 2 to go.
    You didnt drain me , but did visit, be my guest abck.
    come back You needs, deeper, my sat , will provide until
    Diana, love Your thinking, be my next

  47. mike15 says:

    i have a word request, i hear friends and other people using the word “jizz” in reference to seaman or ejaculate, i would like to know where this came from. I’m guessing you’are not going to put a video on youtube about this, so an email would be great.
    Thank you, your student

  48. scipio6 says:

    Hi Marina, coming to Washington DC anytime soon? I would love to take you on a tour of the Pentagon, State Dept, CIA, or anywhere else you would like to see, including a night on the town:)

  49. CampKohler - Sacramento CA says:

    A candidate for NWOD: [flog], described here.

  50. not disappear, not wanish, but at leats 2 weeks fr n t again
    Lady Marina , I do love You

  51. okay4now says:

    Can someone just give Gollum his ring back so he’ll go away; or, at the very least disappear…

  52. Marina Orlova,
    do You want to marry me?

  53. now You know,
    judged but ,,,

    4 to 8 in practise

    me to love You

    • leonard says:

      The Second Book of Enoch (usually abbreviated 2 Enoch, and otherwise variously known as[ Slavonic Enoch or The Secrets of Enoch) is a pseudepigraphic] (a text whose claimed authorship is unfounded) of the Old Testament. It is usually considered to be part of the Apocalyptic literature. Late 1st century CE is the dating often preferred. The text has been preserved in full only in Slavonic, but in 2009 it was announced that Coptic fragments of the book had been identified. Greek is indicated as the language behind the Slavonic version[1]. It is not regarded as scripture by Jews or any Christian group. It was rediscovered and published at the end of 19th century. :smile: :mrgreen: :smile: The first heaven is found to be the place where the angels control atmospheric phenomena. In the second heaven he finds the prison for the rebel angels. In the third heaven he finds both paradise (as in 2 Cor 12:2) and hell for the men.

      :cool: :arrow: 14th-century Novgorodian children were literate enough to send each other letters written on birch barkAlthough Church Slavonic hampered vernacular literatures, it fostered Slavonic literary activity and abetted linguistic independence from external influences. Only the Croatian vernacular literary tradition nearly matches Church Slavonic in age. It began with the Vinodol Codex and continued through the Renaissance until the codifications of Croatian in 1830, though much of the literature between 1300 and 1500 was written in much the same mixture of the vernacular and Church Slavonic as prevailed in Russia and elsewhere. The most important early monument of Croatian literacy is the Baška tablet from the late 11th century. It is a large stone tablet found in the small church of St. Lucy on the Croatian island of Krk, containing text written mostly in Čakavian dialect of in angular Croatian Glagolitic script.
      :grin: :idea: Man Thomas you drained me…now off to work :lol:

  54. Fuck You all
    ME IS SATAN should I cry, no no no

  55. Marina, wake up,,, dare 2 You

  56. Satan I love you, Medea I miss you, Isis I miss You

  57. not a problem ,,, got 8 other women ,, , the 8 but likes You ,, would You be 9

  58. Marina, got allowence from M I and H do You not want me
    shit I have to fulfill love with them,,,,

    obey , worship YOU females

  59. except tody
    wody
    hody
    NOTHING

  60. I dont mugg mening dont drink alcohol
    dont do drugs, so

    muggs

    be afraid

  61. hehe
    please let me not NOT se Leonard again

  62. anybody who says they understand me an Marina ,, bye bye
    She is protected by ME in persona ,, in persona , Marina is protected

  63. can you do me a favor , late to be asked, take out the one shoutinting killmtjem,, immed,

  64. 2 to4 exit 8 show 4 in 2 to 2

  65. cia, fbi, hey Thomas here,
    please bug me hehehe,
    got this new teq in rendering, will show you

  66. my best , very very best, very very very best to You GP

  67. beware out, all cia to You

  68. Marina,
    thanks,

    i am Satan.
    Thanks

    Love You!

  69. read, search, sosdom, babels, heseikel, and what moore
    here you find it shot me I didnt provide it earlier

  70. I am not home, will provide that later
    nope they downloaded it to

  71. shame to me
    to say

    ME IS SATAN
    and the most of You made my return sad.
    Been here before , I will here provide complete bible.
    Give me a few minutes do download and link
    read if You dare

  72. never satisfied, never at harbour, just please please,, BUT I ADORE them but bitches they are ,, YOU know that

  73. not homework ,,, please let me free… but who else got 8 other women to please,,,

  74. no One dare to face lux prima omnis omnisque
    I give me away to Marina ,,, ok ,, and Helene , my Mistress who I worship above all,, of course, but Helene is the same as Isis and Medea so dont laugh

  75. please do notice me when You notice Your ansisters….
    to much breasts,,, smaller and …
    da da Mistress

  76. Rijk says:

    why are all your comments double ?

  77. You know my answer but I WANTED TO PROVIDE IT HERE ALSO.
    Sorry for captitals., beware You unleshed animals.

    > me Satan – that I adore ,, me adore myself!

  78. no mug shots at yYou

    sorry been away, solved some out.

    didnt find Your ansistesters in state to put back.
    I will provide that nevertheless, give me a few month.
    Love You more thwn anyone ever even come around.

  79. fglrx says:

    My favorite latin legal sentences:
    Ignorantia juris non excusat
    Nemo iudex idoneus in propria causa

    My favorite latin sentence in general:
    [Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem]. I follow this rule every time when I search for an explanation or a reason for anything.

  80. sahok says:

    can anyone can explain that and where is located and where to go and what is not particularly clear XD Someone help me so here is my icq 452747519 would be happy to add all так мне кто нибудь поможет вот вам мой icq 452747519 добавляйтесь буду рад всем

  81. hotrocky says:

    I still say Marina should have her own TV show on a Major network.

    • originalistrick says:

      I agree completely, EXCEPT I fear the network dumbasses would manipulate things, tell her what to do & how to do it (as if they would know better than she), and generally make it a bad experience for her all the way around. If Marina had free rein to do her thing the way we all know she can…that’s different. Imagine if the latter scenario came about – what a blast it could be.

      • beevee14 says:

        Yeah, Rick, I heard about that. No govt entitlement program has cost what they originally said. Like the HC Bill. They could care less about HC. They want control. Another thing, we get taxed now, but Obamacare doesn’t even go into effect until 2013. That is 10 years payment for 7 years of shitty service. What about the 10 years after that? Hopefully, the Blue Dogs will take note of Tuesdays elections and realize they want to keep there jobs!

        Where is the H1N1 vaccine?

        How far away from Ft. Hood are you? Terrible.

        • originalistrick says:

          Austin. Just down the road. If only one or more of the “good guys” had been armed. The cowardly bastards always choose a setting in which they’re least likely to face armed resistance. I’m glad the scumbag survived.

          • beevee14 says:

            Yeah, so am I. It appears he had been making noise for awhile about ‘Muslims rising up’. Are we so PC now that we can’t even protect ourselves? I think it is high time people realized(and I think people are) that The Constitution is not a suicide pact. I like what Dennis Miller said one time about the Statue Of Liberty: “It says, ‘Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,…’ and on the reverse side it should say, ‘Unless you want to blow up this statue. Then stay where you are!’ ” :mrgreen: I like ol’ Dennis. He tells it like it is.

            Still no decision on A-stan, Mr President? Thats alright. You go and get you another 18 holes in. The only decision he seems to be able to make is which golf course to play that day. Do you realize that a shift leader at a fast-food restaurant has more managerial experience than The President of the United States of America? I never, in my wildest dreams, thought that I would be looking back at the Carter years with longing, but this guy is doing it.

            New unemployment numbers just came out:

            10.2%

            :| Good thing the recession is over :|

      • beevee14 says:

        What took you so long, Texas? ;-)

        • originalistrick says:

          Now behave. I try to stay out of that stuff when I’m here.

          • beevee14 says:

            ;-) I know, I know ;-) . There is the way things are and the way people want things to be and very rarely do the two meet.

            I heard that the gunman at Ft. Hood was shouting Allahu Akhbar(God is Great in Arabic-a standard line for suicide bombers) while pulling the trigger. So, 290 days into Mr obamas term, we have our first terrorist attack on US soil since 9/11 :cry:

            White cop doing his job in Massachusets-”acted stupidly”
            Muslim extremist kills 10+- we “must practice restraint”

            I would definately look for another dip in those polls.

  82. magnus says:

    Hey Marina. My word request is the words. North South West East, and snow rain sun etc. Every word is used in navigation on the sea. I believe it has its origins from Scandinavia. Could you find out please? :smile:

  83. thematrix75 says:

    Hello Marina,you look sexy in that pink dress!I hope that black eye is fake,I would hate to have anything happen to you.Those cuffs must be pretty cheap the way they snapped so easy!Even in a mugshot you still got the look!Thank you for your time,hope to hear from you soon :!: :smile:

  84. sahok says:

    былоб прикольно еслиб я хоть чтонибуть понелXD :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  85. doncross2bear says:

    You’re lovely even with a black eye, Dear Teacher

    • doncross2bear says:

      Oh, and BTW, here’s a cool word : [indolent]. I learned it as a kid in grade school, and have never heard or read it in context since, except by yours truly when exchanging friendly (un)pleasantries with my co-workers.
      PS If anybody ever tries to give you a REAL black eye, just let me know, and I’ll be glad to take ‘em down on your behalf. xoxo

      • leonard says:

        I request Marina’s-”HotForWORDS”-take on your word request also: nd-lnt)
        adj.
        1.
        a. Disinclined to exert oneself; habitually lazy. See Synonyms at lazy.
        b. Conducive to inactivity or laziness; lethargic: humid, indolent weather.
        2.
        a. Causing little or no pain: an indolent tumor.
        b. Slow to heal, grow, or develop; inactive: an indolent ulcer.

        ——————————————————————————–

        [Late Latin indolns, indolent-, painless : Latin in-, not; see in-1 + Latin dolns, present participle of dolre, to feel pain.]

        ——————————————————————————–

        indo·lent·ly adv. :oops: from the free dictionary many people are hungry to eat and feel no pain to work…like policy makers :lol:

  86. Evan Owen says:

    [smart] (as in “sting”)
    [schmerz] (as in “schmerzen, herzen” :razz:)
    [смерт] :shock:

    Are they all related?

  87. Evan Owen says:

    BTW Marina,
    You’re cute when you try to look ugly! :grin:

  88. I have never hit a woman so I wouldnt know. Swift kick in the ass is a term of various meaning, from my point such as a verbal going off on.

    If I had to hit a woman of coarse I would. A woman can be deadly too. Being a female certainly would not give you a right to hold a gun in a mans face now would it ? Of coarse not.

    Coward ?
    I have never known a veteran who is a coward.
    Here you have highly insulted me for no reason.

    • Evan Owen says:

      My (now ex-) wife tried to settle a family argument by paying a kung fu instructor to threaten me. When I wouldn’t follow his orders, she threw me out of the house at gunpoint. She later claimed God sent her a message in code over the radio that she should get a divorce. :shock:

      I could tell you a few things about spousal abuse… :sad:

    • beevee14 says:

      :oops: Sorry :oops:
      Perhaps I have issues :cool:
      As stated, I will try to behave

  89. flashjordan says:

    Where does [sleeve] come from?

  90. the9th says:

    Here’s a deceptively simple one: [sincere] and/or [sincerely].

    Ran across it in Dan Brown’s latest work, The Lost Symbol. Also, [symbolon] shows up in the book, as well. Great stuff.

    (And I must say, as an aside, that you’re probably the best advertisement one could imagine for learning Greek and Latin, actually putting them back into our school curricula once again, after a lapse of, what, maybe two centuries?

    By the way, in your lovely etymology of [sesquipedalian], you might have taken the opportunity to distinguish [eponymous] and [autopoiesis].

    bw

  91. kolia says:

    Homo praesumitur bonus donec probetur malus
    One is innocent until proven guilty

  92. darlingj says:

    I ‘almost’ had a similar experience after attending a book signing in LA last month. :???: :oops: (only half a joke)

    Thankfully, only my car interior, trunk, under hood, and pockets were searched – no body cavities – and I was released to return home with my books, calendar, and photos after ridiculous interrogation! :shock:

    You may think I’m kidding – but I was talking on the phone before and after – so I have a remote ‘witness’. You know him.

    Oh! …there was a word lesson here…

    I liked it! (the word lesson) :grin:

    • pedanticKarl says:

      In fact, I heard part of the conversation when the officer approached you. That was a really weird and I’m glad that everything worked out.

      • darlingj says:

        To be honest – I was flagrantly violating the law by talking on a cell phone, although on speaker, which isn’t a violation of the law…

        …but it apparently made me look suspicious to them so they circled the block to the parking lot I had pulled into, and noticed my registration tags were expired…which I then learned warranted a near strip search and 10 minutes locked in the back of a squad car! :???:

        I know many people in the world would consider this a minor inconvenience – but this is AMERICA dammit! :o

        Guess I should feel lucky I didn’t get a Black Eye like Marina in the vid. :???: :?:

        LA has changed since I lived there – or maybe I just ran into some goofy, full-of-themselves, young cops? Don’t know…

        …but really happy they didn’t take my signed copies of Hot For Words! :grin:

        • beevee14 says:

          Was the Po-lice a shorter guy. One thing I learned early was if the cop was smaller in stature than me, instantly start calling them ‘sir’. It seems that the fellas with the severe “Napoleanic Complex” always do one of three things (1) Become a cop (2) join the Marines or (3) join the Marines and then become a cop. :mrgreen:
          I always liked the cops who had some size on them. More self-confidence and you could talk your way out of a jam a little easier :cool: Unless they had the leather gloves on. Then all bets are off :!: :sad:

  93. hotforteacher777 says:

    [three sheets to the wind]

  94. Evan Owen says:

    ***Save the Languages!***

    Awhile back, these pages ran a link to savethewords.org, a group dedicated to saving “endangered” words by getting people to adopt them into their vocabulary.

    Let’s go one better: There are 6,000 languages on earth, half of which may disappear in this century. Is this a problem? In the words of Howard Huws: “…not words alone vanish, but the whole history and experience of a people, their genius and way of seeing the world.”

    How about making a hobby of adopting an endangered language? Learn enough to see what makes it unique…then go online, find a native speaker, and practice chatting — and find your own mind opening up to a different way of seeing the world! And keep alive part of our human linguistic heritage! :grin:

    • Evan Owen says:

      HFW member KlaxonCow had this to say about the endangered Welsh language:

      “Welsh was the British equivalent to the Americans using Navajo during WWII for important communications – because it made the encryption on the messages that much harder to break for the Germans…So don’t mock: because some people spoke Welsh back then, that’s why you’re not currently speaking German!”

      leonard recently introduced us to Sami, another endangered language and culture, from the far north of Scandinavia.

      In Western Washington, bits and pieces of Chinook jargon still give us place names like Tillicum and Pilchuck and local slang like “right skookum” and “high-ass muckymuck.”

      Choose your own endangered language, and become a guardian!

      • leonard says:

        I would like to think that languages should be explained: for the reasons of culture and people getting along-([communication]}- as a society it is important….

        I have got much to say. Just got a phone call!!…my friend Evan, law is language and do not let the past dictate to pick a bone

        …the mystery is not controlling; but let vocation make paths for what is not hidden——-latter :idea: :o :roll: hot words on a straw roof :smile:

    • leonard says:

      The temples are stacked…The Æsti, mentioned by Tacitus in his Germania, may have been a people who spoke Old Prussian. Tacitus describes them as being just like the Suebi (a group of Germanic peoples) but with a more Britannic-like (Celtic) language.….I don’t like how Our Great Nation…the USA, has no national lanuage…The regional dialect of Low German spoken in Prussia (or East Prussia), Low Prussian, preserved a number of Baltic Prussian words, such as kurp, from the Old Prussian kurpi, for shoe (in contrast to the standard German Schuh).

      The language is called “Old Prussian” to avoid confusion with the German dialects Low Prussian and High Prussian, and the adjective “Prussian”, which also relates to the later German state. The Old Prussian name for the nation, not being Latinized, was PrÅ«sa. This too may be used to delineate the language and the Baltic state from the later German state.

      Old Prussian began to be written down in the Latin alphabet in about the 13th century. A small amount of literature in the language survives.

      Evan: I do not want FRENCH

      Lord’s Prayer in mixed dialects

      Thawe nuson kas tu asse Andangon,
      Swintits wirst twais Emmens;
      Pergeis twais Laeims;
      Twais Quaits audasseisin na Semmey, key Andangon;
      Nusan deininan Geittin deis numons schindeinan;
      Bha atwerpeis numans nuson Auschautins, kay mas atwerpimay nuson Auschautenikamans;
      Bha ny wedais mans Enperbandan;
      Sclait is rankeis mans assa Wargan. Amen
      …generic spea(e)ch

      • Evan Owen says:

        Pas de probleme, leonard, je ne parle pas francais! :razz:

        The extinct Old Prussian has living relatives in Lithuanian and Latvian. (Estonian belongs in a different language family, related to Finnish.)

        Interesting parallel: the name “Prussia” was adopted by that country’s Germanic conquerors, just as the Celtic name “Britain” was adopted by the English conquerors of the island. (Some claim that “Britain” pre-dates the Celts.) :cool:

        • leonard says:

          :cool: Kaliningrad Oblast
          During World War II the Soviet Red Army entered the eastern-most tip of East Prussia on August 29, 1944 near Goldap and Nemmersdorf. Evidence of the massacre committed by the Soviet troops in the East Prussian village of Nemmersdorf spread panic in the province and urged a mass flight westward. However, in spite of this, the Nazis kept East Prussia’s civil population firmly at home by threat of a death-penalty for ‘cowardly deserting’. As evacuation was only allowed at the very last moment, many were unable to escape — overrun by Soviet units or caught at home. They were killed by the Soviet army…[crazy]…good sharing with you Evan :smile:

  95. Evan Owen says:

    Homo praesumitur bonus donec probetur malus:

    A gay presumably bones donuts with an evil nose??? :shock: :???:

    {Wait for it — Bob will come by with his own twist!} :lol:

  96. swampwiz says:

    Marina, are you really 173 cm tall? Or is that with your high heels?

  97. Marina Thank you for your quick reply!! : ^ ) I am glad that you will be going back to the old style and MORE personal. Amen to that!! Maybe you can also do get-away shots!! Perhaps you can hook up with a TRAVEL Agency. :mrgreen: Use the travel destination as the back ground and even get paid for it or they can provide the TRIP for You!!! Neat Idea!!! Like a destination to the Pier at
    St. Petersburg, Florida or maybe even The Winter Palace at
    St. Petersburg, Russia. WoW!! Now would be interesting.
    And besides learning about WoRDs, we as your fans will see some attractions and even learn about different places. Remember your trip to Greece??? NOW that would be a gas!!! Hint hint!!!

    AND NOW for my WORD ReQUEST { Manure } as in Fertilizer.
    Where did this word come from and HOW was it SHIPPED which brings us to the shipping document know as S.H.I.T.
    This should be fun to learn and a VERY interesting
    thought process that you will have to display!!!!
    If you want I can email you the document but it has to be an attachment.
    My favorite word was Guy. The history that was involved in that one WoRD along was magnificent. Please KeeP up the GooooD work and follow YOUR InStincts Marina!!!
    You know it better than the others…
    Alan Petzold
    infoSeeker007

  98. pandion says:

    innocent until proven guilty. Unless that is the court of public opinion.

    If you looked this roughed up, how bad did the other ones look?

    Word Request
    [shit eating grin]
    That is just a strange expression to me.

    • beevee14 says:

      If you’ve ever seen a cat eating shit, you could swear they were smiling/grinning. I think this is where it comes from… :?:

      • leonard says:

        :grin: I have never seen a cat eating [S.h.I.t]—just dogs….really Zappa and the yellow snow-jobs, handed with the cuffs rolled up— :evil: —I got company off the road— :lol: from wisconsin :lol: –Dave Dudley was born David Darwin Pedruska on May 3, 1928 in Spencer, Wisconsin.

        Six Days On the Road
        (No. 2, 1963)

        Well, I pulled out of Pittsburgh,
        Rollin’ down the Eastern Seaboard.
        I’ve got my diesel wound up,
        And she’s running like never before.
        There’s a speed zone ahead, all right,
        I don’t see a cop in sight. :cool: :arrow: :roll:
        Six days on the road and I’m gonna make it home tonight.

        I got ten forward gears,
        And a Georgia overdrive.
        I’m taking[ little white pills],
        And my eyes are open wide.
        I just passed a ‘Jimmy’ and a ‘White’:
        I’ve been passin’ everything in sight.
        Six days on the road and I’m gonna make it home tonight.

        Marina is cyber boss :smile: …soul much to do…I’ll watch your back :smile:

        • leonard says:

          Well, it seems like a month,
          Since I kissed my baby good-bye.
          I could have a lot of women,
          But I’m not like some other guys.
          I could find one to hold me tight,
          But I could never believe that it’s right.
          Six days on the road and I’m gonna make it home tonight.

          [I.C.C.] is checking on down the line.
          I’m a little overweight and my log’s three days behind.
          But nothing bothers me tonight.
          I can dodge all the scales all right,
          Six days on the road and I’m gonna make it home tonight.

          Well my [rig]‘s a little old,
          But that don’t mean she’s slow.

          There’s a flame from her stack,
          And the smoke’s rolling black as coal.
          My hometown’s coming in sight,
          If you think I’m happy your right.
          Six days on the road and I’m gonna make it home tonight.
          Six days on the road and I’m gonna make it home tonight.
          Six days on the road and I’m gonna make it home tonight :roll: :razz: :roll: remember Marcus???dave*********Ramblers :grin: :lol: :cool: Frank Zappa – Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow suite – 1974, Philadelphia (audio) – part 2….my friends dad worked in N.Ohio{small engine plant}

          • beevee14 says:

            Still waiting for frank to download but I remember listening to Alice Coopers radio show one time and he got to talking about ol’ Frank. He said he saw him more than once messing around on stage with some of the premier guitarists of the day and just blow em’ away. He didn’t mention any names but I’m thinking maybe Jimi :?: or Eric :?: Remember, Vincent/Alice has had a few good ones during his time :!: Still the worst concert I ever saw, though. Mid-80s. He was mailing it in :oops: Tesla was the warm-up and were great.

            BONUS QUESTION

            What #1 rock song specifically mentions Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention?
            Smiley face to whoever is first

        • beevee14 says:

          Now that is a true road dog. When I was a recieving supervisor we would get all kinds in. Stinking and jabbering so bad from them “little white pills”(we called them “west-coast turnarounds”) that I would finally tell them to go on back to the cab. And always at least two log books… :mrgreen:

  99. beevee14 says:

    What, no footage of the ‘strip-search’? ;-) :mrgreen:

  100. tonyb says:

    Trying to look like the next Rodney KIng? Marina, I love your style!

  101. originalistrick says:

    Ahhh, handcuffs…all we need is a feather…

    Seriously, I consider this one of your best lessons ever. I was way off on the origin, and you were fantastically entertaining. (You really can act, you know.) Hell of a show!

    Thanks, Marina.

  102. wyo550 says:

    “But officer, I’m Homo praesumitur bonus donec probetur malus!”

    “Yea, buddy, that’s what they all say!

    “Listen, I don’t care if you’re a homo or not! Now get in the car! Want a donut?”

  103. chickenh0use says:

    PLEASE MAKE A CALENDAR FOR 2010, JUST USE THE SAME PICTURES, I DON’T CARE, I’LL BUY IT! :smile:

  104. chickenh0use says:

    Marina you can’t even be ugly if you try, your just too beautiful!

  105. CampKohler - Sacramento CA says:

    If you have the black eye, how come you’re not the victim?

  106. Your Vids are Great BUT NOW they seem tooooo Commercialized. SOMEone is giving you Bad Advice.
    Also, we feel SHoRT Changed.

    Your vids on words use to be 4 to 5 minutes. NOW they are all LESS 2 minutes!!! What’s up with that!!!!!

    What happen to the NICE girl next door from Russia/Ukrainian look?? Are you starting to hangout with the ileitis group and they are turning you into a Hollywood style. Go back and see your old videos from before. You had a genuine smile then.
    What’s up?????
    Alan
    infoSeeker007

    • HotForWords says:

      YouTube told me to shorten them and I complied. But I am going to go back to my older style which were longer and more personable. So don’t worry.. it will take me a little time to get back to the old style, but be patient! Give me about a week or so.

      • pandion says:

        great :grin:

      • wyo550 says:

        I think both styles (short, hot, commercial and long form) have their place in extending the ability of Marina to expand the infotainment of HFW into various markets of people, companies and schools. For example, you may soon hear from World Class Driving about meeting them in Malibu and doing something on the origin of auto-related words (another level above them is the Spanish Tramontanagroup.com, with whom I may do a series of articles and possible videos). Those would be hot and short attention-span audiences (you know how guys are :-).

        On the level of your “three sheets” video (which I watched again last night) that level of production is suitable for school programs. I met Discovery Channel president John Hendricks and know how passionate he was about “Discovery in the Schools.” That format would meet the interests of the core audience you started with here online and also appeal to someone like Oprah and her educational emphasis on empowering girls and women (ie another book, just for girls around the world in various languages, printed on digital presses like the one in Denver I’m about to work with).

        As long as you don’t rob another bank (and get caught) I think you’ll appeal to ‘O”s audience with BOTH format examples on-air! Aw heck, people will even love you if you’re robbing banks…politely… with Gorby under your arm wearing a raccoon mask! You know how he is around cameras!

        Hope you’re happy with the first days in the new place. Those coffee tables you pointed to on Twitter last night were HOT. Ethanol powered tables! Perfect for the post-Apocalypse cocktail party! I’m going to stop by KMart today and see if they have a wire rack for shoes that I can UPS you.
        Gotta run. ………big newspaper day today

      • itsgood93 says:

        YESSSSSS :smile:

      • Captain Jack says:

        Why did they tell you to shorten them? Or was it just a suggestion? Maybe they think Youtubers videos are crap and wanted to use you as an example to tell Youtubers to shorten their videos? Im confused of their logic.

        • CampKohler - Sacramento CA says:

          I, too, am curious why. Did they make that request of everyone has run times of over a certain limit, or was it just you?

        • leonard says:

          ;-) Is you-tube still loosing money for google? :cool: and what wage is capital when time is money?…I get lost lost on saving money and not getting interest from the money and when I wanted to get money lended to me/…oh…ok :P mark the signAge with American Blood…. :-)

      • Capman911 says:

        Just another thank you for the older style. ;-) :smile:

      • bsomebody says:

        Yay! Best news I’ve heard all day! :o

    • Rijk says:

      +1

      Marina , lose the Hell-A Hollywood-makup!

  107. Greatest Potential says:

    :razz: teacher got arrested- no class today :!:

  108. Captain Jack says:

    Oh that was priceless! Liked it when your cuffs broke and the surprised look on your face. Then you ran away. Good show!

  109. Alex Bartlett says:

    Hi there. I’m a sort of long-time fan … and my friend was telling me about how someone in his class asked why a unicorn isn’t called a “unihorn.”

    So I would like to request the word [unicorn]. Why isn’t it called a “unihorn”? Thanks and love you!

  110. BigBhd95 says:

    dear teacher i may have misplaced my password & so couldn’t
    log in earlier :sad: however i now have a new one , you may have broken a few rules :grin: along with many hearts :oops: BUT i am
    sure you did not in fact hold up that bank they are accusing you of :roll: your [mouthpiece] is on his way to [bail] you out :lol:
    :cool: B.B. :mrgreen: p.s PK got it right first again :evil: :shock:

  111. mdad61 says:

    i would like to know the origins of (fallacy)

  112. tonyb says:

    Waht would you get arrested for Dr. Sexy, soliciting a prostitute? The disco rock group Blondie in the 80′s made a song called SEX OFFENDER mocking getting picked up by the cops for soliciting a prostitute. With my luck, if I ever tried to ask q whore for sex, she would end up being an undcover cop!

    • leonard says:

      tonyb: I think we know who Marina had justly beaten up… :lol: …

      this came in from Russia!!!

      …saddle up—~THIN LIZZY~ JAILBREAK…dead or alive :idea: ;-) :smile:

    • CampKohler - Sacramento CA says:

      Decades ago, I was waiting for a bus at the station in Boise, Idaho. It was one of those giant, gorgeous buildings from the hey days of the passenger train. While I was sitting there among dozens of other persons, this almost-middle-aged lady cop comes up to me, leans over and quitely mumbles something, trying to solicit me. Since then I have thought of many nifty comebacks:

      1. You know, with that pistola and handcuffs in the bottom of your bag, I’ll bet the guys at the station call you OLD IRON BOTTOM!

      2. If you want to be a success in retail, you should always have FRESH MERCHANDISE!

      3. Hey, lady, YOU’RE NOT WORTH TWENTY BUCKS!

      No guts, no glory.

  113. neuroway says:

    Homo praesumitur bonus donec probetur malus. It means much more than it says.

    Besides every truth stands a lie. And for every lie, there is a truth. In our world, good things happen to bad people, and bad things to good people. All the time. Every day, day after day.

    Innocents have been proven guilty by the laws in the past. Have been tortured, deprived of their freedom, beaten, executed. And criminals have been set free by the same laws. It happens right now. And it will happen again tomorrow, and again after tomorrow. If true justice exists, then it has not been discovered yet.

  114. xbendiistraw says:

    please do the word [tomboy] i really want to know more about this word

  115. xbendiistraw says:

    [tomboy] please do this word

  116. animalntaz says:

    I was just thinking of mug shots on coffee mugs before I watched this lesson. ;-)

  117. I have to agree. I have seen abused women too many times and it pains me. This should never be faked for any reason.
    Such things tend to set off something in me and I become brutal and unforgiving.

    Granted at times some women and men do need a swift kick in the ass but there is a difference between a swift kick in the ass and a beating.

    • beevee14 says:

      You say you have seen abused women, it pains you, and you become brutal and unforgiving. Then you talk about a woman needing a swift kick in the ass. Does it make you feel manly to hit a woman, coward?

      • Bob says:

        []~<
        {Fire extinguisher ready for the flame war!}

      • Rijk says:

        Hey beevee,

        have been doing great, thanks for asking, but i haven’t been away, just way in the back talking to D : )

        knew you would like her :mrgreen:

        • beevee14 says:

          I know. I drop in every now and again to check it out, wanted to drop some lines but didn’t want to step on anybodys toes. I do like her. Shes got [moxy]. ;-) You go, boy :!: :cool:

          • Rijk says:

            wtf
            have seen äläx, Capman911 and marina there, and now you following it as well, starting to think that everybody who is here a little longer is following it. lol

            Otherwise you can step on my toes here ; )

            don’t know what moxy is, but it must be positive
            googled it (is it a band)

            thanks!, i’ll just be me

          • beevee14 says:

            You mean “Hello. Are you ready to play?” is her. Or the priest/ bishop/ whatever? :???: :twisted:

            moxie- The ability to face difficulty with spirit and courage. 2. Aggressive energy; initiative:

            One of the first bosses I ever had said I had moxie. Thanx, Dean Scott!

            Are y’all gonna meet or is it a net thing? Lets see, you are in northern Europe and she is somewhere in the states :?: . Ain’t nothing a plane ride won’t fix. Hey, if shes on the west coast; you can meet right here in SE Indiana! We can get VRock and leonard to come, too. Have a good old-fashioned bar-b-que. I’m pretty damn good on the grill. I would invite M, but you know that ain’t gonna happen. I don’t think she knows where Indiana is :cry:

            Fly-Over Country

        • beevee14 says:

          Don’t know about anybody else, but I’m freakin jealous! JK
          To have moxy is to be smooth and cool, sometimes in a leadership-type way. I think :!: By her posts, she seems to be able to take care of herself ;-)

          There is a band called Moxy Rocks.

          :idea: Google moxie :idea:

          I just be me, too

          :twisted: Has D ever sent you a picture? Is she fine? :twisted:

      • Rijk says:

        no that’s not her.
        look at CJ’s twitter page.

        if she had a look at my mug shut and wants to meet, yes!
        Sorry, we won’t be near Indiana thanks for the invite.
        for M thats fly by, not over ~smirk~
        give her some credit, she knows where it is.

        • beevee14 says:

          I know, Just trying to draw her out! :mrgreen: I haven’t heard from her since I made some comments about her book(which caused the haters to come out :twisted: ) But thats what i like to do, spark some debate on the issues. I even drew Buzzword out yesterday, and I haven’t heard from him in a long time. I always liked rappin’ with him, even if we are usually on different sides of the issues :smile: Very intelligent man/primate :lol:
          I don’t need to see Ds picture. I’m with you. Beauty is only skin deep. She seems to have a good heart.

          • Rijk says:

            ohh, sorry, i step on your toes

            you’re right Marina doesn’t know its next to texas ~smirk~

            sometimes i do too.
            not gonna monkey around, yes he is intelligent.

            yes, and yes she does have a good heart.

    • bsomebody says:

      Is a swift kick in the ass the answer to so many problems? I may feel like giving someone a swift kick, but is that what he or she really needs?

      BTW, I guessed that Lady M got her black eye during her deviant behavior (or apprehension). I did not assume she was a victim of domestic abuse. I liked the make-up and thought it was a fun video.

  118. seesixcm6 says:

    Dear Marina,
    I didn’t understand your homework question. If you would print the word as a text caption, then I’d look it up.
    How awful and shocking to see you deliberately look ugly. You did it for the video, but it still hurts me to see you like that. I always want to see you clean and bgeautiful. :grin:
    Congratulations on moving into a new apartment. I hope things are better, safer, and more sanitary, there. I haven’t received an invitation to your house-warming party, yet. If you wanted to make it a private showing just to me, I’d be happy to bring you joy!
    I haven’t mentioned how good you’ve built your website! It looks much better and easier to read, now! Wonderful work! :mrgreen:
    I hope you enjoy your new home, and don’t make yourself look ugly, anymore! :shock:
    Seesixcm6

    • pedanticKarl says:

      Hi seesixcm6,
      Thank you for your feedback regarding this web site.
      Marina spent a lot of time on it and spent a lot of time tweaking it just right, so your feedback is very much appreciated.
      Thank you :smile:

  119. leonard says:

    I’ll drink to that…

  120. wetsuit5 says:

    Opening shot.
    Wow over 8′ tall now.
    Boy, did baby grow up fast.

  121. wetsuit5 says:

    Who gave our Dear Teacher the black eye?
    I getting my can of Whoop Ass out.
    Marina, who am I opening it on?
    Sic. em Gorby till I get there.

  122. pedanticKarl says:

    Marina, did you know that those numbers add up to 28?
    Hmmm, what else could they mean?

  123. pedanticKarl says:

    Homo praesumitur bonus donec probetur malus
    means, One is innocent until proven guilty.

    Officer, I demand that you hand HotForWords over to me at once
    so I may safely keep her in my custody. :lol:
    Yeah, that’s the ticket.

  124. roberhor says:

    I couldn’t understand your pronunciation to even begin to spell it out enough to look it up. Also, why should I do my homework you never grade me anyway. You’re playing me as a [twit]. That’s one who acts foolish by the way.

  125. smokey36bear says:

    Sorry couldn’t catch the homework.

  126. pat haskett says:

    That sister of yours is always in trouble!

  127. Capman911 says:

    Your going to have to spell that word for me, I couldn’t figure it out. :oops:
    Great video and great acting. :smile:

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