14 definitions by Astor G.

1. A person who poses as a member of a group but are doing so just to mess with their heads for the fun of it.

2. A person who poses as a member of a group in order to prey on them, argue, preach, or cause discord.
That guy I thought was someone in my class ended up being a 45 year old creep from another state. He mede me think all my friends were gossiping behind my back. He was an infil-traitor!

I found out that the guy who joined our pagan group was really a Christian fundamentalist arguing for Jesus's love. Right like I need to hear that. What an infil-traitor
by Astor G. November 5, 2007
When a large multinational corporation sues an individual who cannot possibly have the financial resources to fight back for the express purpose to "make an example of him/her" but is hoping to intimidate the public into being sheep.
This is a tactic used recently by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) to stop song sharing on {P2P} sites such as {kazaa} but in reality is trying to control the definition of "copyright" by lobbying congress to abide by the rules they set and then sue individual persons to enforce their rules.
The RIAA recently won a lawsuit against a Native American woman on a reservation to the tune of $220,000 for 24 songs they allege she shared on Kazaa. They did not have to prove that she actually shared the files, they prove that she intended to share them.
Satisfied, the lawyers then said "this should send a message to the public."
This was a clear cut case of bully-suing.
by Astor G. October 10, 2007
A website that is huge,filled with pop-up ads for other large businesses and completely corporate with no room for small businesses or independent producers.
I don't bother to go to Barnes and Noble's website anymore. It's nothing but a big box website.
by Astor G. October 12, 2007
A person who is in a permanent state of being offended because of {political correctness.} No matter what others say or do, they will find a reason to pounce on them for use of a word they don't like. The other party finds they have to walk on eggshells around them.
The guy who used the word niggardly to describe someone who is miserly and he was asked to leave his job by pressure from the perma-offended.
by Astor G. December 7, 2007
1. A deceitful spam e-mail whose sender is clearly meant to cheat you out of money and waste your time.

2. A deceitful e-mail that is clearly meant to steal your identity and empty your bank account.
1.I got another one of those Nigerian e-mails again promising me millions of dollars if I would stand in for the next of kin. Come on, that is such a scam spam.

2. My friend got a Job Opportunity spam from China if only I would send my name, phone, addresses, bank account number and a picture of himself.
If that isn't a scam spam, I don't know what is.
by Astor G. November 5, 2007
Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation

A corporate bullying lawsuit filed against a person or a group with the express purpose of silencing their protests. Usually under the pretext of "slander" or "libel" and the targets are often whistle-blowers.
A scrap metal company filed a 5 million dollar SLAPP in 2005 against an environmental non-profit after it blew the whistle on chemical runoff seeping into a sensitive salmon spawning river, claiming they were slandered. It's just another example of corporate bully-suing.

by Astor G. April 30, 2008
A jokingly "formal" use of hoodie. Rhyming slang based on woody = Woodrow. hoodie = Hoodrow.

Nerdspeak use of Hoodie.
I'm going to a special party tonight, mmph! Would you please hand me my hoodrow?
by Astor G. October 12, 2007