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No Tinformation, Please

Tinform, verb, to confuse, mislead, or deceive by tendentious selection and distortion of evidence.

Tinformation, noun, (1) evidence selected and distorted tendentiously to confuse, mislead, and deceive; (2) the process of becoming a member of the tinfoil-hat crowd.

Indeed, tinformation may be thought of as a portmanteau of "tinfoil" and "information".

In the unlikely event that those words become commonplace, remember you heard them here first.

For their remarkably brief history, see my comment at Screw Loose Change.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Wed. 09/13/06 05:45:04 PM
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