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indolent: A sweet and unctuous duty! no wonder that in old times this sperm was such a favorite cosmetic. Such a clearer! such a sweetener! such a softener! such a delicious mollifier! After having my hands in it for only a few minutes, my fingers felt like eels, and began, as it were, to serpentine and spiralize. As I sat there at my ease, cross-legged on the deck; after the bitter exertion at the windlass; under a blue tranquil sky; the ship under indolent sail, and gliding so serenely along; as I bathed hands among those soft, gentle globules of infiltrated my tissues, woven almost within the hour; as they richly broke to my fingers, and discharged all their opulence, like fully ripe grapes their wine; as I snuffed up that uncontaminated aroma, literally and truly, like the smell of spring violets; I declare to you, that for the time I lived as ina musky meadow; I forgot all about our horrible oath; in that inexpressible sperm, I washed my hands and my heart of it; I almost began to credit the old Paracelsan superstition that sperm is of rare virtue in allaying the heat of anger: while bathing in that bath, I felt divinely free from all ill-will, or petulence, or malice, of any sort whatsoever. Squeeze! squeeze! squeeze! all the morning long; I squeezed that sperm till I myself almost melted into it; I squeezed that sperm till a strange sort of insanity came over me; and I found myself unwittingly squeezing my co-laborers' hands in it, mistaking their hands for the gentle globules. Such an abounding, affectionate, friendly, loving feeling did this avocation beget; that at last I was continually squeezing their hands, and looking up into their eyes sentimentally; as much as to say, Oh! my dear fellow beings, why should we longer cherish any social acerbities, or know the slightest ill-humor or envy! Come; let us squeeze hands all round; nay, let us all squeeze ourselves into each other, let us squeeze ourselves universally into the very milk and sperm of kindness. - Herman Melville, Moby Dick gay💦irl
indolent: A sweet and unctuous duty! no wonder that in old times this
 sperm was such a favorite cosmetic. Such a clearer! such a
 sweetener! such a softener! such a delicious mollifier! After
 having my hands in it for only a few minutes, my fingers felt
 like eels, and began, as it were, to serpentine and spiralize. As I
 sat there at my ease, cross-legged on the deck; after the bitter
 exertion at the windlass; under a blue tranquil sky; the ship
 under indolent sail, and gliding so serenely along; as I bathed
 hands
 among those soft, gentle globules of infiltrated
 my
 tissues, woven almost within the hour; as they richly broke to
 my fingers, and discharged all their opulence, like fully ripe
 grapes their wine; as I snuffed up that uncontaminated aroma,
 literally and truly, like the smell of spring violets; I declare to
 you, that for the time I lived as ina musky meadow; I forgot all
 about our horrible oath; in that inexpressible sperm, I washed
 my hands and my heart of it; I almost began to credit the old
 Paracelsan superstition that sperm is of rare virtue in allaying
 the heat of anger: while bathing in that bath, I felt divinely free
 from all ill-will, or petulence, or malice, of any sort whatsoever.
 Squeeze! squeeze! squeeze! all the morning long; I squeezed
 that sperm till I myself almost melted into it; I squeezed that
 sperm till a strange sort of insanity came over me; and I found
 myself unwittingly squeezing my co-laborers' hands in it,
 mistaking their hands for the gentle globules. Such an
 abounding, affectionate, friendly, loving feeling did this
 avocation beget; that at last I was continually squeezing their
 hands, and looking up into their eyes sentimentally; as much as
 to say, Oh! my dear fellow beings, why should we longer
 cherish any social acerbities, or know the slightest ill-humor or
 envy! Come; let us squeeze hands all round; nay, let us all
 squeeze ourselves into each other, let us squeeze ourselves
 universally into the very milk and sperm of kindness.
 - Herman Melville, Moby Dick
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indolent: Writing 101 Apr. 5th, 2009 at 2:26 PM Spoilers Below Don't read this if you haven't yet watched the season finales of BATTLESTAR GALACTICA and/ or LIFE ON MARS. I've finally seen both (we are TIVO junkies, so we don't always watch shows the night they air), and... well... BATTLESTAR GALACTICA ends with "God Did It." Looks like somebody skipped Writing 101, when you learn that a deus ex machina is a crappy way to end a story. And now LIFE ON MARS ends with "It Was All a Dream." Curiously, I actually found that a bit more satisfying than the end of BSG. But still... really??? C'mon. Writing 101. Oh, and while I'm at it, let me spoil the new Nicholas Cage movie, KNOWING. I actually enjoyed that one, mostly, although everyone else I know who has seen it hated it. But the ending... this time it was space angels who did it. And when the little kids starting running through the alien grass toward the glowing alien tree, I almost thought the boy was going to say, "My dad used to call me Caleb, but my real name is Adam," and then the little girl would say... oh, wait, you've seen it? Yeah, yeah, sometimes the journey is its own reward. I certainly enjoyed much of the journey with BSG, parts of LIFE ON MARS, and even some stuff in KNOWING. But damn it, doesn't anybody know how to write an ending any more? Writing 101, kids. Adam and Eve, God Did It, It Was All a Dream? I've seen Clarion students left stunned and bleeding for turning in stories with those endings. Pfui. (I sure hope those guys doing LOST have something better up planned for us. Though if it turns out to be They Were All Dead All Along I'm really going to be pissed). Current Mood: cranky Ironic. Did you ever hear the Tragedy of Darth Georgeis The Indolent? He could say other stories had bad endings, but could not finish his own.
indolent: Writing 101
 Apr. 5th, 2009 at 2:26 PM
 Spoilers Below
 Don't read this if you haven't yet watched the season finales of BATTLESTAR GALACTICA and/ or LIFE ON
 MARS. I've finally seen both (we are TIVO junkies, so we don't always watch shows the night they air), and...
 well...
 BATTLESTAR GALACTICA ends with "God Did It." Looks like somebody skipped Writing 101, when you learn that a deus
 ex machina is a crappy way to end a story.
 And now LIFE ON MARS ends with "It Was All a Dream." Curiously, I actually found that a bit more satisfying than the
 end of BSG. But still... really??? C'mon. Writing 101.
 Oh, and while I'm at it, let me spoil the new Nicholas Cage movie, KNOWING. I actually enjoyed that one, mostly, although
 everyone else I know who has seen it hated it. But the ending... this time it was space angels who did it. And when the little
 kids starting running through the alien grass toward the glowing alien tree, I almost thought the boy was going to say, "My
 dad used to call me Caleb, but my real name is Adam," and then the little girl would say... oh, wait, you've seen it?
 Yeah, yeah, sometimes the journey is its own reward. I certainly enjoyed much of the journey with BSG, parts of LIFE ON
 MARS, and even some stuff in KNOWING. But damn it, doesn't anybody know how to write an ending any more?
 Writing 101, kids. Adam and Eve, God Did It, It Was All a Dream? I've seen Clarion students left stunned and bleeding for
 turning in stories with those endings.
 Pfui.
 (I sure hope those guys doing LOST have something better up planned for us. Though if it turns out to be They Were All
 Dead All Along I'm really going to be pissed).
 Current Mood:
 cranky
 Ironic.
Did you ever hear the Tragedy of Darth Georgeis The Indolent? He could say other stories had bad endings, but could not finish his own.

Did you ever hear the Tragedy of Darth Georgeis The Indolent? He could say other stories had bad endings, but could not finish his own.

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indolent: summ'it, n. highest point, top, apex; highest
 degree. summit conference, meeting of
 heads of States.
 summon, vt. call together, require presence
 or au
 su'perfine, a. extremely fine in quality.
 superflu'ity (-floo-), n. superfluous amount.
 super'fluous (-floo-), a. more than enough,
 excessive; ncedless, uncalled-for.
 superhu'man abeyond normal human
 capacity; higher or greater than that of) man.
 superimpose' (-z), v.t. place on something
 dar buagharitsta annear
 A
 else.
 superintend', v. have or exercise charge or
 Ycew denee,
 or official
 direction of
 anking above
 su
 blace, upper;
 etc.; having
 aving above
 higher rank,
 ry or convent
 Superior).
 per
 iene dotank
 or savng c
 Avcrage nualie
 autherty, et
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 Superio rit
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 esof highest degree
 6xpressing highes ceg
 denoted by simte fo
 ree or form
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 sing all oth-
 of adj., etc.)
 uality, ete.,
 superlative
 an, n(pl permen) Sdeal superior
 ture; man of superhun an powers or
 , n. self service store selling
 sehold goods ofkinds.
 (-cher-), aaue to, manifest-
 gency above Tores of nature;
 nary operation
 cheerfulness brght intiuence
 of dark patches sometimes ob
 surface. su'stroke, illness ca
 sive exposure to heat of sun
 sunn'y, a. ht with sunlight:
 sun'dae (-da confection of ice
 fruit, nuts,
 Sun'day, n tday of wreek, obser
 Christiansday of rest and worship.
 sun'der, v.tarchatc& Poet separate.
 sun'dry, a.various, se veral. sun'dries (-iz),
 n.pl. oddments, small items.
 sung, p.p. o sing
 sunk, p.p. sink.
 sunk'en, aof eves, cheeks, etc.) lholow
 fallen in.
 unny: see sun
 up, v. (p.t. spped), take supper.
 sup-, pref.:ee sub
 super- (or
 (of); beyod besides, execeding, tonscer
 ing; of higher kind atore than tisua
 superabundant, a very ot t06 ab
 superann'uate
 Sion, esp.
 br discards fo8 old
 annua'tion, n.
 superb' (or soo-), a. of most excellent or
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 5able, a.
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 supersede, v.t take the placef; be adopted
 or accepted instead of
 superson ie, a having speed ater than that
 Of Sound.
 suners tie n(habit or bet ef based on)
 Sraonal ar of the1 hakhotn; belief in
 agic sapematural poversc. supersti-
 iousshus) a
 súperstaictore cher) n sucture resting
 on Somethingg lse as a foundation; parts of
 pref ovee abeve en to
 aboge main deck
 occtras an interruption or as
 hange süperen'tion, n.
 erintend per-
 cter of over-
 cause
 see. supervi'sion (-zhn), n. si'pervisor, n.
 supervi'sory, a.
 su'pine, a. lying face upwards; indolent,
 lethargic, inert.
 supp'er, n. meal taken at end of day, esp.
 evening meal less formal and substantial than
 dinner. supp'eriess, a.
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 conduct. mo'rality play, medieval moraliz-
 ing drama.
 mo'ralize, v. talk or write on moral aspect of
 things; interpret morally
 morass', n. wet swampy area, bog.
 mor'bid, a. not natural and healthy; of, indi-
 cating, disease. morbid'ity, n.
 mor'dant, a. biting, stinging; (of acids) corro-
 (French)
 monsoon', n. seasonal wind prevailing in S
 Asia; rainy season accompanying SW. mon-
 SOon
 mo
 l
 8
 m
 ional quan-
 v. to greater
 eo'ver, adv.
 me
 r
 m
 rriage, one
 woman of
 rmer station
 claim to
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 who
 child
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 t
 п
 S. religious
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 m
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 and
 phipo
 um ant
 ra
 moon. mo
 moon'stond
 appearance
 dreamy.
 moor, n.
 heather-cov
 billed wate
 moors.
 moor2, v. t. a
 shore or
 place, charg
 . pl. place
 mooring.
 Moor, n. ofMu
 NW. Africa h
 moose, n. (pl e NAnank
 moot, n. (Hi ceting esp. legistative or
 judicial. a. e a guedr debtable v.
 raise (quest
 mор, п. bund
 use in clear
 wipe (as) wi
 mope, v. i. bè
 mo'ped, n. m
 moraine ni
 mo'ral, a. concemedwn character, ere, o
 with right and wrong; good, virtuous. n.
 moral teaching; (pl.) habits or conduct from
 moral point of view. mo'rally, adv.
 morale(-ahl),n. discipline and spirit pervad.
 ing army or group of people.
 mo'ralist, n. one who points out morals;
 who teaches morality. moralis'tic, a
 moral'ity, n. moral principles or rules; moa
 long signals
 g letters of
 rac o, etc.
 r aantity.
 ra cannot live
 iman being.
 ause death;
 KO
 arpabe
 mor Sel, na
 oE'tale aGmast
 oreve c
 hor'tally so as
 extremely,c
 Omortal ity, n ng Seoalfo ss of life on
 alarge scale death-re
 mor tar, n vessel n which gs, etc., are
 pounded with a pestle
 shells. e
 Sand and water used
 bricks, ejc. mortaf
 aulding tortar
 with flat squa
 mortgago
 g deal
 aceba
 un throwing
 ture of lime
 ints between
 ard on which
 college cap
 highhang
 FR d cussion
 C. ixed lo stick for
 Hopped, elean or
 with mpp
 ce of right to
 money, until
 ver by mort-
 gage, preage advatce.. BIAgee, n hol-
 der of mortgage. mortgagor jor), n. per-
 son who pledges property in mosigage.
 mor'tify, v. bring under control by discipline
 and self-control: humiliate. listress: (of
 flesh) be affected with gangrene. mortifi-
 ३2
 ca'tion, n.
 or'tise, n. hole into which end (tenon) of
 another part of framework, etc., is fitted. v. t.
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 very weak
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indolent: Clinical features of schizoid personality disorder34] Area Overt features Covert features e compliant stoic noncompetitive self-sufficient . lacking assertiveness . feeling inferior and an outsider in life cynical inauthentic Self-concept e depersonalized alternately feeling empty, robot-like, and full of omnipotent, vengeful fantasies hidden grandiosity exquisitely hungry for love intensely needy of involvement with others exquisitely sensitive withdrawn aloof have few close friends impervious to others' emotions afraid of intimacy . deeply curious about others Interpersonal relations . envious of others' spontaneity prefer solitary occupational and recreational marginal or eclectically sociable in groups vulnerable to esoteric movements owing to a strong need to belong tend to be lazy and indolent capable of excitement with carefully selected lack clarity of goals usually capable of steady work e weak ethnic affiliation Social adaptation quite creative and may make unique and original contributions . capable of passionate endurance in certain spheres of interest asexual, sometimes celibate free of romantic interests secret voyeuristic interests vulnerable to erotomania Love and sexuality . averse to sexual gossip and innuendo . tendency towards compulsive perversions * idiosyncratic moral and political beliefs moral unevenness Ethics, standards, and ideals . tendency towards spiritual, mystical and para-psychological interestsoccasionally strikingly amoral and vulnerable to odd crimes, at other times altruistically self-sacrificing absent-minded engrossed in fantasy o vague and stilted speech e alternations between eloquence and inarticulateness . autistic thinking . fluctuations between sharp contact with external reality and hyperreflectiveness about the self . autocentric use of language Cognitive style 2meirl4meirl
indolent: Clinical features of schizoid personality disorder34]
 Area
 Overt features
 Covert features
 e compliant
 stoic
 noncompetitive
 self-sufficient
 . lacking assertiveness
 . feeling inferior and an outsider in life
 cynical
 inauthentic
 Self-concept
 e depersonalized
 alternately feeling empty, robot-like, and full of omnipotent, vengeful fantasies
 hidden grandiosity
 exquisitely
 hungry for love
 intensely needy of involvement with others
 exquisitely sensitive
 withdrawn
 aloof
 have few close friends
 impervious to others' emotions
 afraid of intimacy
 . deeply curious about others
 Interpersonal relations
 . envious of others' spontaneity
 prefer solitary occupational and recreational
 marginal or eclectically sociable in groups
 vulnerable to esoteric movements owing to a strong need to belong
 tend to be lazy and indolent
 capable of excitement with carefully selected
 lack clarity of goals
 usually capable of steady work
 e weak ethnic affiliation
 Social adaptation
 quite creative and may make unique and original contributions
 . capable of passionate endurance in certain spheres of interest
 asexual, sometimes celibate
 free of romantic interests
 secret voyeuristic interests
 vulnerable to erotomania
 Love and sexuality
 . averse to sexual gossip and innuendo
 . tendency towards compulsive perversions
 * idiosyncratic moral and political beliefs
 moral unevenness
 Ethics, standards, and ideals
 . tendency towards spiritual, mystical and para-psychological interestsoccasionally strikingly amoral and vulnerable to odd crimes, at other times altruistically self-sacrificing
 absent-minded
 engrossed in fantasy
 o vague and stilted speech
 e alternations between eloquence and inarticulateness
 . autistic thinking
 . fluctuations between sharp contact with external reality and hyperreflectiveness about the self
 . autocentric use of language
 Cognitive style
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indolent: Clinical features of schizoid personality disorder34] Area Overt features Covert features e compliant stoic noncompetitive self-sufficient . lacking assertiveness . feeling inferior and an outsider in life cynical inauthentic Self-concept e depersonalized alternately feeling empty, robot-like, and full of omnipotent, vengeful fantasies hidden grandiosity exquisitely hungry for love intensely needy of involvement with others exquisitely sensitive withdrawn aloof have few close friends impervious to others' emotions afraid of intimacy . deeply curious about others Interpersonal relations . envious of others' spontaneity prefer solitary occupational and recreational marginal or eclectically sociable in groups vulnerable to esoteric movements owing to a strong need to belong tend to be lazy and indolent capable of excitement with carefully selected lack clarity of goals usually capable of steady work e weak ethnic affiliation Social adaptation quite creative and may make unique and original contributions . capable of passionate endurance in certain spheres of interest asexual, sometimes celibate free of romantic interests secret voyeuristic interests vulnerable to erotomania Love and sexuality . averse to sexual gossip and innuendo . tendency towards compulsive perversions * idiosyncratic moral and political beliefs moral unevenness Ethics, standards, and ideals . tendency towards spiritual, mystical and para-psychological interestsoccasionally strikingly amoral and vulnerable to odd crimes, at other times altruistically self-sacrificing absent-minded engrossed in fantasy o vague and stilted speech e alternations between eloquence and inarticulateness . autistic thinking . fluctuations between sharp contact with external reality and hyperreflectiveness about the self . autocentric use of language Cognitive style 2meirl4meirl
indolent: Clinical features of schizoid personality disorder34]
 Area
 Overt features
 Covert features
 e compliant
 stoic
 noncompetitive
 self-sufficient
 . lacking assertiveness
 . feeling inferior and an outsider in life
 cynical
 inauthentic
 Self-concept
 e depersonalized
 alternately feeling empty, robot-like, and full of omnipotent, vengeful fantasies
 hidden grandiosity
 exquisitely
 hungry for love
 intensely needy of involvement with others
 exquisitely sensitive
 withdrawn
 aloof
 have few close friends
 impervious to others' emotions
 afraid of intimacy
 . deeply curious about others
 Interpersonal relations
 . envious of others' spontaneity
 prefer solitary occupational and recreational
 marginal or eclectically sociable in groups
 vulnerable to esoteric movements owing to a strong need to belong
 tend to be lazy and indolent
 capable of excitement with carefully selected
 lack clarity of goals
 usually capable of steady work
 e weak ethnic affiliation
 Social adaptation
 quite creative and may make unique and original contributions
 . capable of passionate endurance in certain spheres of interest
 asexual, sometimes celibate
 free of romantic interests
 secret voyeuristic interests
 vulnerable to erotomania
 Love and sexuality
 . averse to sexual gossip and innuendo
 . tendency towards compulsive perversions
 * idiosyncratic moral and political beliefs
 moral unevenness
 Ethics, standards, and ideals
 . tendency towards spiritual, mystical and para-psychological interestsoccasionally strikingly amoral and vulnerable to odd crimes, at other times altruistically self-sacrificing
 absent-minded
 engrossed in fantasy
 o vague and stilted speech
 e alternations between eloquence and inarticulateness
 . autistic thinking
 . fluctuations between sharp contact with external reality and hyperreflectiveness about the self
 . autocentric use of language
 Cognitive style
2meirl4meirl

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indolent: Clinical features of schizoid personality disorderl34 Area Overt features Covert features e compliant . stoic . cynical e inauthentic e depersonalized . alternately feeling empty, robot-like, and full of omnipotent, vengeful fantasies noncompetitive Self-concept e self-sufficient lacking assertiveness hidden grandiosity , feeling inferior and an outsider in life . exquisitely sensitive . withdrawn . aloof e have few close friends . impervious to others' emotions . afraid of intimacy deeply curious about others . hungry for love . envious of others' spontaneity e intensely needy of involvement with others e capable of excitement with carefully selected intimates Interpersonal relations . lack clarity of goals e weak ethnic affiliation e usually capable of steady work e prefer solitary occupational and recreational activities marginal or eclectically sociable in groups vulnerable to esoteric movements owing to a strong need to belong Social adaptation quite creative and may make unique and original contributions , capable of passionate endurance in certain spheres of interest esecret voyeuristic interests e vulnerable to erotomania tendency towards compulsive perversions moral unevenness e tend to be lazy and indolent - asexual, sometimes celibate Love and sexuality e free of romantic interests averse to sexual gossip and innuendo idiosyncratic moral and political beliefs e tendency towards spiritual, mystical and para-psychological interestsoccasionally strikingly amoral and vulnerable to odd crimes, at other times altruistically self-sacrificing . absent-minded e engrossed in fantasy vague and stilted speech e alternations between eloquence and inarticulateness Ethics, standards, and ideals rds, and ideals . autistic thinking . fluctuations between sharp contact with external reality and hyperreflectiveness about the self . autocentric use of language Cognitive style
indolent: Clinical features of schizoid personality disorderl34
 Area
 Overt features
 Covert features
 e compliant
 . stoic
 . cynical
 e inauthentic
 e depersonalized
 . alternately feeling empty, robot-like, and full of omnipotent, vengeful fantasies
 noncompetitive
 Self-concept
 e self-sufficient
 lacking assertiveness
 hidden grandiosity
 , feeling inferior and an outsider in life
 . exquisitely sensitive
 . withdrawn
 . aloof
 e have few close friends
 . impervious to others' emotions
 . afraid of intimacy
 deeply curious about others
 . hungry for love
 . envious of others' spontaneity
 e intensely needy of involvement with others
 e capable of excitement with carefully selected intimates
 Interpersonal relations
 . lack clarity of goals
 e weak ethnic affiliation
 e usually capable of steady work
 e prefer solitary occupational and recreational activities
 marginal or eclectically sociable in groups
 vulnerable to esoteric movements owing to a strong need to belong
 Social adaptation
 quite creative and may make unique and original contributions
 , capable of passionate endurance in certain spheres of interest
 esecret voyeuristic interests
 e vulnerable to erotomania
 tendency towards compulsive perversions
 moral unevenness
 e tend to be lazy and indolent
 - asexual, sometimes celibate
 Love and sexuality
 e free of romantic interests
 averse to sexual gossip and innuendo
 idiosyncratic moral and political beliefs
 e tendency towards spiritual, mystical and para-psychological interestsoccasionally strikingly amoral and vulnerable to odd crimes, at other times altruistically self-sacrificing
 . absent-minded
 e engrossed in fantasy
 vague and stilted speech
 e alternations between eloquence and inarticulateness
 Ethics, standards, and ideals
 rds, and ideals
 . autistic thinking
 . fluctuations between sharp contact with external reality and hyperreflectiveness about the self
 . autocentric use of language
 Cognitive style