4 definitions by Andy Establishment

A form of dramatic acting with literary earnestness and dramatic, unusual pauses (especially within phrases), as demonstrated by classically-trained William Shatner of STAR TREK and T. J. Hooker fame.
The actor in tonight's episode of ___________ probably thought he was brilliant, but will all those odd gestures and weird pauses, it was pure Shatspeare. Shatner Shakespeare Star Trek Denny Crane T.J. Hooker
by Andy Establishment July 6, 2015
Muscular stiffness and pain, even headache, caused by the extended periods of looking down at one's handheld personal technology devices, such as iPods, iPhones, Zunes, BlackBerries and smartphones.
I spent so much time texting yesterday I got horrible Tech-Neck.
by Andy Establishment March 31, 2011
From the Far Left to the Far Right, political pundits who use their knowledge, mental and rhetorical abilities not to seek truth or debate ideas, but bend facts, figures and logic to conform to a prescriptive political agenda.
I watch these folks on cable news who are trying to sound smart, but it's so clear they're just spintellectuals.
by Andy Establishment March 7, 2012
The act of using or adding rainbow colors and/or imagery to advertising, apparel, accessories, landmarks, et cetera, in order to indicate progressive support for LGBTQ equality (and earn consumer credibility)--but with a minimum of effort or pragmatic result. (Akin to "green-washing" with environmental issues and "pink-washing" with breast cancer.) LGBTQ LGBT Slacktivism hacktivism pride gay pride LGBTQ pride
"People are so excited that the city painted the crosswalks with LGBTQ-pride colors, but in all seriousness, I think it's just rainbow-washing." LGBTQ LGBT Slacktivism hacktivism pride gay pride LGBTQ pride
by Andy Establishment June 26, 2015