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Es
The possessive form of En is 'Es'.

En means 'the being'. A being is any entity who has, or has ever had a consciousness. En is used to replace he or she or it or their (singular). En is also used to replace him, her (non-possessive) and them (singular). En is very useful in replacing a character's name when describing them. En is also useful in labelling any person or other being whose gender is unknown or irrelevant. Animals should be referred to as he, she, him, her or en - never 'it'.
a. The child grazed es knee on the ground and en began to cry.

b. The being of light telepathically adjusted the imperfect neurons in es human subject. En was pleased with what en saw.

In the first example, the child probably had a gender. If that gender was known, it would be perfectly reasonable to label the child he, she, him or her. However, in the second example, the being of light had no genitals. Therefore, es gender was irrelevant.

Under no circumstances should the ambiguous terms 'their' or 'them' be used in the singular context again , or 'it' in reference to a non-human being.
#en #grammar #his #her #hers #theirs #english #language
by paulnicholson July 16, 2008
En
En means 'the being'. A being is any entity who has, or has ever had a consciousness. En is used to replace he or she or it or their (singular). En is also used to replace him, her (non-possessive) and them (singular). En is very useful in replacing a character's name when describing them. En is also useful in labelling any person or other being whose gender is unknown or irrelevant. Animals should be referred to as he, she, him, her or en - never 'it'.

The possessive form of En is 'Es'.
1. The child grazed es knee on the ground and en began to cry.

2. The being of light telepathically adjusted the imperfect neurons in es human subject. En was pleased with what en saw.

In the first example, the child probably had a gender. If that gender was known, it would be perfectly reasonable to label the child he, she, him or her. However, in the second example, the being of light had no genitals. Therefore, es gender was irrelevant.

Under no circumstances should the ambiguous terms 'their' or 'them' be used in the singular context again, or 'it' in reference to a non-human being.
#glossary #being #him #her #he #she #it #grammer #english #language
by paulnicholson July 16, 2008
Insult for a person who shows a lack of concern for problems.

People who consider themselves 'mature' have often discarded solutions to problems to make way for their mental comfort. Mature people are therefore shlocks. The antonym for shlock is thinker. A thinker is a far higher level of being than a lowly (albeit rich and influential) shlock. Thinkers care about intelligence and compassion whereas shlocks do not. Thinkers are advised to isolate themselves away from shlocks for the welfare of future generations, no matter how few their numbers and how lonely the isolation. Turning to the comfort of maturity is weak failure when perfection is nowhere near half way reached.
He doesn't care about the desperate at all, that fucking shlock!
#care #problems #insult #thinker #shlock
by paulnicholson July 16, 2008
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