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TRAGIC LIFE,  A common but redundant phrase.

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(This one isn’t in the revised and expanded American Heretic’s Dictionary, but will be if we ever get around to publishing a further-expanded edition.)

American Heretic's Dictionary revised and expanded by Chaz Bufe, front cover


FEARLESS, adj. Too stupid to understand the situation. Syn.: “No Fear.”

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(This one isn’t in the revised and expanded American Heretic’s Dictionary, but will be if we ever get around to publishing a further-expanded edition.)

American Heretic's Dictionary revised and expanded by Chaz Bufe, front cover


MUSIC, n. An area of universal expertise. The less formal musical training persons have, the more certain they are to know what is “good,” and the more certain they are that their opinions are just as valid as the opinions of those who have spent their lives studying, playing, and composing music.

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–from The American Heretic’s Dictionary (revised & expanded)

American Heretic's Dictionary revised and expanded by Chaz Bufe, front cover