19 definitions by Paul Wartenberg
1) to perform fellatio (dick-sucking) to where the penis is sticking in the performer's throat (usually causing a gag reflex);
2) title of a movie that referred to the act of deep throating;
3) name given to an informant figure who spoke to Woodward and Bernstein during the Washington Post's investigation of the Watergate break-in. His identity has essentially been kept a secret and has been the focus of a parlor guessing game in DC.
Some believe Deep Throat was either fake, a literary creation to sell the book 'All the President's Men,' but too much surrounding evidence does suggest there was at least one deep source providing clues. The more likely scenario is that Deep Throat is indeed a merging of a handful of sources (despite Woodward's assertions it's only one person) in order to both protect their identities as well as create a mesmerizing character in the book written about the investigation.
If Deep Throat is indeed one person, the most likely suspects are with the FBI, who were being pressured by the CIA (acting on Nixon's orders, according to his own tape recordings) to cover up the whole mess, and who were fighting back as best they could against a White House that was threatening their relative independence within the government (during Hoover's lifetime, the FBI became a separate power unto itself, and with Hoover's death at the time of the break-in, that was being threatened).
1) Deep throating has got to hurt. Especially if she bites down.
2) Deep Throat was a top person with the FBI, a guy named M. Felt. His initials are MF, the same as the 'My Friend' that Woodward tried calling his source at the beginning of the investigation. Nice clue, ya?
by Paul Wartenberg Sep 6, 2003 add a video
Internet-based free content encyclopedia that provides entries submitted by regular Internet users, thus covering topics and issues more often ignored by the scholarly print-based encyclopedias. Not everything can be submitted, and there are policies and guidelines that must be followed. Is a distant relative to urbandictionary.com in that they are both free content Internet databases.
Wikipedia has an extensive listing of every major Harry Potter character. Even Luna gets a good-sized entry.
by Paul Wartenberg Jan 6, 2004 add a video
A person of American origin who obstensibly votes for a certain political party called Republicans. There are in fact three distinctive types of Republicans:
1) those who call themselves fiscal conservatives and focus primarily on promoting free enterprise, lowering of federal and state taxes, and cutting government regulations to allow the market more leeway; 2) those who call themselves social conservatives, who focus on promoting religious orthodoxy in both a social and political environs, the curtailing of 'permissive' acts of sexuality, and generally promoting the vague standard of 'family values'; and 3) serious evil f-cks who take both aspects of 1) and 2) to extreme levels, who have no tolerance for others of dissenting opinions, who declare everyone and their parents 'traitors' at the slightest provocation, and are more than enjoying themselves with the thought of dragging the entire planet into Hell.
On no account should you allow a Type-3 Republican to read 'Weekly Standard' to you. Not because anything he says will convince you but because he'll start foaming at the mouth and you'll have to clean up the mess.
Well, yes, I'm a repubican but I'm from the wing of the party that actually tries to be nice to people.
by Paul Wartenberg May 14, 2003 add a video
1) a sane person;
2) someone with a political belief that sits between the two extremes of liberal and conservative, usually combining aspects of both (example: liberal on social issues yet conservative on economic issues);
3) someone who seeks compromise on political issues and as such gets insulted by the two extremes who just don't get the idea that this form of government survives by compromise;
4) someone whose political beliefs seem quiet and mild, and as such always ignored by the media, which seeks out people from the screechy Left and shrill Right because they make for better sound bites.
Moderates rule. Turn off FOX News and CNN and turn on Cartoon Network!
by Paul Wartenberg Dec 2, 2003 add a video
German word, original translation loosely comes out as 'malicious joy'. In English, it's thought of 'malicious enjoyment from the suffering of another'. As there is no succinct English version of the word, English-speaking peoples have approximated this word and use it whenever they see people like corrupt CEOs get dragged off to jail.
Did you see that look on Fastow's face as he was told he couldn't take soap-on-a-rope to the lockup? Man, I felt a warm, comforting sense of schadenfreude in my gut when I saw it...
by Paul Wartenberg May 18, 2003 add a video
The generation born right around the end of the 1960s baby boomer cultural takeover, basically anyone born after 1965 (Dylan going electric) and before 1977 (so that you'd hafta be at least 1 yr. old when Star Wars came out). The title Generation X was designated by the media to indicate a distinct group population for marketing purposes. Generation X members are generally considered laid back (slackers), market savvy (having been inundated by the mass media and MTV since their pre-teen years), prone to psychological disorders (the first generation with a majority to have grown up with absent or divorced parents), and considered less important than baby boomers (who are btw the egomaniacal bastids to make that distinction in the first place, sheesh). Generational trends however suggest that Gen Xers are smarter than people think, are more capable and hard working than expected, and will eventually rule the world by lining up the baby boomer bastids against the wall when the revolution comes!
Also, the name of a punk band I think.
None needed. Generation X already knows.
by Paul Wartenberg Sep 23, 2003 add a video
A car model by Chrysler shaped like an old-style 50s roadster, but with better curves. Not entirely an SUV (it's lower to the ground, has better gas mileage and doesn't look like a shoe box on wheels), not entirely a sports car (too functional, not angular enough in the driver/passenger areas), it has a shape and style instantly recognizable. Enthusiasts have also taken to adding effects such as chrome, decals, spoilers, and more chrome to give each car a distinctive flavor/identity. The only argument against the car is its 4-cylinder engine which weakens its acceleration ability. Otherwise, it's a great car.
That PT Cruiser over there has a chrome grille, a scoop hood, rear wing spoiler, and flag decals all over the doors. And dice, it's gotta have fuzzy dice hanging from the rear view mirror!
by Paul Wartenberg Oct 20, 2003 add a video