Entry #1682834496


adjective: idle
comparative adjective: idler
superlative adjective: idlest

  1. (of a person) avoiding work; lazy.
    • (of a person) not working; unemployed.
    • (especially of a machine or factory) not active or in use.
    • (of time) characterized by inaction or absence of significant activity.
    • (of money) held in cash or in accounts paying no interest.
  2. without purpose or effect; pointless.
    • (especially of a threat or boast) without foundation.

verb: idle
3rd person present: idles
past tense: idled
past participle: idled
gerund or present participle: idling

  1. spend time doing nothing.
    • move aimlessly or lazily.
    • North American
      take out of use or employment.
  2. (of an engine) run slowly while disconnected from a load or out of gear.
    • cause (an engine) to idle.


Old English īdel ‘empty, useless’, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch ijdel ‘vain, frivolous, useless’ and German eitel ‘bare, worthless’.


Entry #1682809600



noun: extraordinary
noun: extra-ordinary
plural noun: extraordinaries
plural noun: extra-ordinaries
adjective: extraordinary
adjective: extra-ordinary

very unusual or remarkable.

  • unusually great.
  • (of a meeting) specially convened.
  • (of an official) additional; specially employed.


late Middle English: from Latin extraordinarius, from extra ordinem ‘outside the normal course of events’.


Entry #1682809404


adjective: sane
comparative adjective: saner
superlative adjective: sanest

(of a person) of sound mind; not mad or mentally ill.

  • (of an undertaking or manner) reasonable; sensible.


early 17th century: from Latin sanus ‘healthy’


Entry #1682809106


noun: apprentice
plural noun: apprentices

a person who is learning a trade from a skilled employer, having agreed to work for a fixed period at low wages.

  • a beginner at something.
  • verb: apprentice; 3rd person present: apprentices; past tense: apprenticed; past participle: apprenticed; gerund or present participle: apprenticing

    employ (someone) as an apprentice.

    • North American
      serve as an apprentice.


    Middle English: from Old French aprentis (from apprendre ‘learn’, from Latin apprehendere ‘apprehend’), on the pattern of words ending in -tis, -tif, from Latin -tivus (see -ive).


    Entry #1682808786


    adjective: certified

    officially recognized as possessing certain qualifications or meeting certain standards.


    past tense: certified
    past participle: certified

    attest or confirm in a formal statement.

    • officially recognize (someone or something) as possessing certain qualifications or meeting certain standards.
    • officially declare insane.


    Middle English: from Old French certifier, from late Latin certificare, from Latin certus ‘certain’.


    Entry #1682808639


    adjective: invincible

    too powerful to be defeated or overcome.


    late Middle English (earlier than vincible ): via Old French from Latin invincibilis, from in- ‘not’ + vincibilis (see vincible).


    Entry #1682808352


    noun: chaos
    plural noun: chaoses

    complete disorder and confusion.

    • Physics
      behavior so unpredictable as to appear random, owing to great sensitivity to small changes in conditions.
    • the formless matter supposed to have existed before the creation of the universe.
    • Greek Mythology
      the first created being, from which came the primeval deities Gaia, Tartarus, Erebus, and Nyx.
      noun: Chaos


    late 15th century (denoting a gaping void or chasm, later formless primordial matter): via French and Latin from Greek khaos ‘vast chasm, void’.


    Entry #1682806516


    past participle of break1.
    adjective: broken

    1. having been fractured or damaged and no longer in one piece or in working order.
      • (of a marriage or other long-term relationship) having ended.
      • denoting a family in which the parents are divorced or separated.
      • (of a person) having given up all hope; despairing.
    2. having breaks or gaps in continuity.
      • (of speech or a language) spoken falteringly, as if overcome by emotion, or with many mistakes, as by a foreigner.
    3. having an uneven and rough surface.


    past participle: broken

    1. separate or cause to separate into pieces as a result of a blow, shock, or strain.
      • sustain an injury involving the fracture of a bone or bones in a part of the body.
      • cause a cut or graze in (the skin).
      • make or become inoperative.
      • (of the amniotic fluid surrounding a fetus) be or cause to be discharged when the sac is ruptured in the first stages of labor.
      • informal
        open (a safe) forcibly.
      • use (a piece of paper currency) to pay for something and receive change out of the transaction.
      • (of two boxers or wrestlers) come out of a clinch, especially at the referee’s command.
      • unfurl (a flag or sail).
      • succeed in deciphering (a code).
      • open (a shotgun or rifle) at the breech.
      • disprove (an alibi).
      • invalidate (a will) through legal process.
    2. interrupt (a sequence, course, or continuous state).
      • put an end to (a silence) by speaking or making contact.
      • British
        make a pause in (a journey).
      • stop proceedings in order to have a pause or vacation.
      • lessen the impact of (a fall).
      • put an end to (a tie in a game) by making a score.
      • disconnect or interrupt (an electrical circuit).
      • stop oneself from engaging in (a habitual practice).
      • surpass (a record).
    3. fail to observe (a law, regulation, or agreement).
      • fail to continue with (a self-imposed discipline).
    4. crush the emotional strength, spirit, or resistance of.
      • (of a person’s emotional strength) give way.
      • destroy the power of (a movement or organization).
      • destroy the effectiveness of (a strike), typically by bringing in other people to replace the striking workers.
      • tame or train (a horse).
    5. (of the weather) change suddenly.
      • (of a storm) begin violently.
      • (of dawn or day) begin with the sun rising.
      • (of clouds) move apart and begin to disperse.
      • (of waves) curl over and dissolve into foam.
      • (of the voice) falter and change tone, due to emotion.
      • (of a boy’s voice) change in tone and register at puberty.
      • Phonetics
        (of a vowel) develop into a diphthong, under the influence of an adjacent sound.
      • (of prices on the stock exchange) fall sharply.
      • make the first stroke at the beginning of a game of billiards, pool, or snooker.
    6. (of news or a scandal) suddenly become public.
      • make bad news known to (someone).
    7. (chiefly of an attacking player or team, or of a military force) make a rush or dash in a particular direction.
      • (of a pitched baseball) curve or drop on its way toward the batter.
      • (of a bowled cricket ball) change direction on bouncing, due to spin.
      • (of a ball) rebound unpredictably.


    Old English brecan (verb), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch breken and German brechen, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin frangere ‘to break’.


    Entry #1682805904

    Original post on incognito.im: January 16, 2022 @ 11:56 PM
    Title: Site created

    Site up!
    Monday, January 17, 2022

    wrote on January 17, 2022 @ 2:49 AM
    I watched the complete four season series of “You.” There are 10 episodes per season, and each episode is an hour. Which means I used 30 hours to watch this series and could have used that time to better myself. Why do I keep doing this to myself? I keep procrastinating! I do not have much time left, I am human. Time is finite. Time to really get my act together and get obsessed on what I want to have for my future.

    wrote on January 18, 2022 @ 4:59 AM
    I leased procrastinator.im. I transferred/moved procrastinator.work to procrastinator.im. I did a DNS forward of procrastinator.work to procrastinator.im. Total time taken, about 2 hours.

    I must stop procrastinating, and for me to do this, I must stay consistent…

    2022 is the year I make that change!

    wrote on January 18, 2022 @ 10:40 PM
    What did I do today?
    I will provide an update after I meditate.

    Update @ 23:48
    Woke up at 3:30 AM, started the day well, put away the dishes, made coffee. While the coffee was brewing, I started to sort my study plan. AND that was about as productive as I got. Ate and slept most of the day. 🙁

    I have to kick this addiction to procrastination. I really want to succeed in life, have a business that I can pass on to my Wife and Kids if they choose to want to carry on… BUT at the pace I am going, I will leave nothing by scorched earth.

    wrote on January 19, 2022 @ 12:11 AM
    I feel really lost. No direction. I look at domain names to maybe spark the fire and get me excited and build something that will bring in money, but zilch, nada, goose egg. My diet is nonexistent, I am overweight, my financials is just as bad as my weight. My credit score is exceptionally great, above 800, but that is only because I have been paying off all the balances each month. What I need to do is stop charging! So this puts the spending in the same category as my weight. I wonder if I fix my weight problem, if that will trickle through to fix my financials? Hmmm.. I will try.

    Currently I have close to 400 domain names. I am still wondering in how to turn them into a business. Right now, the domain names are just draining my bank account. 🤬

    My current life is like a leaky faucet and I have to fix this issue as soon as possible, because if I do not, the situation is only going to get worse!

    wrote on January 19, 2022 @ 6:30 AM
    Let me squeeze the juice of our this day!

    wrote on January 20, 2022 @ 12:06 AM
    No matter how good my intentions, I seem to fail. I continue to sabotage myself. I keep watching television and movies on Netflix, Amazon, and downloads. I am listening to a book recording, the Procrastination Equation. One of the tips is to get ahead of things that will make me procrastinate. I believe I can implement today. I have so much on my plate, yet have not started to eat.

    Just have to say no to the things that stop my forward progress! I must get out this year or I will be stuck forever. I do not want to die with the dream still inside me…

    wrote on January 20, 2022 @ 12:16 AM
    Inch by inch, life is a cinch. Yard by yard, life is hard.
    When things are too big, break down to the littlest possible portion.
    Keep doing what I have been doing and I will keep getting what I have been getting.

    wrote on January 20, 2022 @ 8:43 PM
    I am putting a list together to schedule my learning.
    Java, PHP, MySQL/MSSQL/Postgres, Python, FCC, TOP, GIT, DP-300

    Java, Postgres, App Dev: Required for Degree
    DP-300: Microsoft Certification
    Python, FCC, TOP, GIT: Personal Skill

    wrote on January 21, 2022 @ 10:50 PM
    I do not feel well… Lately the little lump on my forehead has started to cause pain. My stomach has been hurting. I am being optimistic, that may be just something I ate, or a bug. But I have made a doctor’s appointment. If I did not think that I had much time before, I think that my time has just shrunk…


    Entry #1682805338


    adjective: incognito
    (of a person) having one’s true identity concealed.

    adverb: incognito
    in a way that conceals one’s true identity.

    noun: incognito
    plural noun: incognitos
    an assumed or false identity.


    mid 17th century: from Italian, literally ‘unknown’, from Latin incognitus, from in- ‘not’ + cognitus (past participle of cognoscere ‘know’).