Moralexicon #4: Sit-Com Theory [Basic]

Thomas Stone, Moralexicographer

May 15, 2019

History Situational Comedy Theory, or Sitcom Theory is the mathematical expression of the trends of “situational comedies"—that is, a comedic presentation, spanning several televised episodes, revolving around a predetermined si...

Moralexicon #3: The Solemn Feast of Saint Valentine, Martyr

Thomas Stone, Moralexicographer

February 13, 2019

A note from the Moralexicographer I had originally decided to compile the Moralexicon to be a collection of imaginary knowledge. After all, I decided, there are Encyclopedias enough to tell people real knowledge, so why bore more p...

Moralexicon #2: LOL

Thomas Stone, Moralexicographer

January 15, 2019

Overview The linguistic construction spelt LOL (or lol) comes out of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. It has a relatively simple history, despite its myriad of uses. This confusion is why, upon further study, it...

Moralexicon #1: “The Twelve Days of Christmas”

Thomas Stone, Moralexicographer

December 11, 2018

It is time to introduce you to concept of imaginary knowledge. The reasoning behind the Imaginary Knowledge Theorem is simple. If there are real and imaginary numbers, and both are equally useful and true, and both are part...

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