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9 definitions by NKU Student

 
1.
An idiot who attacks the American right with false, unkind rumors and lies. A left-winger that will do anything to prevent Conservatives from TALKING, including the employing of tactics such as unplugging a reporter's microphone, screaming and yelling at a Republican so they can't get a word in edgewise, ect.
For the best examples of a stupid liberal, see Dr. Truth and Brooklynguy.
by NKU Student April 15, 2005
 
2.
A building that is 10 or more stories (floors), and are usually located in the downtown areas of big cities, major metropolises, and large towns. They come in various architectural designs, but the most common ones are those of the "modern" style that have been built from the 1970s through the 1990s.
High-Rise buildings are usually constructed with steel and steel beams, glass, and concrete. The very first high-rise was built in Chicago in 1885, being around 15 stories. High-Rises that are usually 20 or more floors in heighth are also known as "skyscrapers".
The World's Tallest High-rise building is the Taipei 101 in Taipei, Taiwan. It was just recently completed in 2004 and has now passed the skyscraper that was the long-time holder of the title of the World's Tallest Building: The Sears Tower in Chicago.
by NKU Student December 09, 2004
 
3.
The act of either starving or torturing someone until they die. Typically used by terrorists, neo-Nazis, and Michael Schiavo. It is a practice used intentionally to make someone suffer for a long while instead of dying quickly and easily.
Terri Schiavo is currently experiencing slow murder down in Florida.
by NKU Student March 29, 2005
 
4.
This is the current governor of Kentucky. Gov. Fletcher grew up in the state's second largest city, Lexington, and had dreams of becoming an astronaut. However, the devout Baptist Republican probably never knew that he would end up in the highest political seat in the State of Kentucky. His career path led him to being a fighter pilot, a physician, a preacher, and a congressmen.
He graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1974 with a mechanical engineering degree. But a few years after joining the US Air Force, president Jimmy Carter (Democrat....) cut military funding, forcing him to leave the service. He returned once again to UK around 1980, this time to medical school, where he would become a family physician after graduating in 1984. In 1989, Ernie was ordained as a Baptist minister in Lexington. He eventually got his first seat in Congress in 1994, whereupon he headed to Washington. About 2003, Fletcher was able to attain. with considerable ease, the positoion of state governor.
He is a good man who is currently struggling with the financial situation in the Commonwealth, but is making ends meet. He is trying to do what's best for the Kentuckians, and providing more luxuries within the state as well. See example below.
At Northern Kentucky University (where I go), Ernie Fletcher came to unveil a check for several million dollars to build a massive arena and sports center on the campus, serving as a large entertainment and sports event-holding stadium. He is awesome
by NKU Student July 14, 2005
 
5.
One of the most terrible bands to ever walk the face of this earth. Somehow, they are "worshipped" by millions. They are not that great, and I would rather be "Hit" in the face than listen to one of their so-called "hits".
Gene Simmons of KISS is one ugly bastard with a 7-foot tongue.
by NKU Student March 29, 2005
 
6.
The following states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania (barely), Michigan, Illinois (thanks to Chicago), Wisconsin, Minnesota, California, Oregon, Washington, and Hawaii. Though not a state, the District of Columbia (Washington, DC) is also EXTREMELY and densely Blue: 90% of the more than 500,000 people there voted for John Kerry! That's even more than the New York City area!
Also, what The Midwestrn Soldier said is very, very true. Most of the people who voted Democrat do accurately fit the descriptions he listed.
Homosexuals, lesbians, art fags, emo types, hippies, ain't that the truth! Hey, The Midwestrn Soldier; it's nice to see other Republicans on this site.
by NKU Student March 29, 2005
 
7.
The book bashed and criticized by cynical athiests and heretics, as well as those who read it being bashed. The ones who read it believe its truth, and worship both God and Jesus Christ, who is the Son of God.
Nevrmore has a lot to learn about the Bible and Christianity, and especially a lot about spelling.
by NKU Student March 29, 2005