Sunday, February 22, 2009

Tax Break Anyone?

What to do when all else fails!


  1. feduce -- (v., from federal + deduce) -- How the federal government arrives at a logical conclusion; it has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with actual logic.

    Ex.: Congress feduced that giving large sums of money to the very financial institutions which are on the brink of economic collapse through fiscal mismanagement was a good idea.

  2. Could a feduce be an FBI person wearing a flashy jacket?
    "Is that a feduce with all that reflective stuff on his jacket?"

  3. feduce [fee-DOOCE]
    To lower a fee.

    "No, no, no," I explained to the customer service representative, "I'm not asking you to remove the fee entirely; I'm just asking if you have the power to feduce...just a little?"