Sunday, July 31, 2005

Nonantidisengagementarianism

Finally a really long word! I figure this word ought to mean the movement that is against those who combat disengagement (embodied by people such as R. Amital and R. Riskin). At a full 28 characters long it matches that gem of a 3rd grade spelling extra credit word, antidisestablishmentarianism. I really want other suggestions for how to make this word even cooler!

5 comments:

José said...

hmm...something about the word tastes funny, it's hard to get one's mouth around. That being said, haivn gonly recently arrived to civilization (there is very little news in Anchorage about the disengagement)...we'll have to wait and see

Zev said...

how 'bout counterantidisengagementarianism?

Anonymous said...

Any word that starts in "counter-" gets my vote.
-alan scott

Yehuda said...

The word smiles is still longer -- because there is a mile between the two s's.

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