Tag Archives: Jargon

An Important Message for All Veterans on a Disability Pension:

USC TITLE 38 PART IV CHAPTER 53 §5301(a)(1) USC (United States Code) TITLE 38 – VETERANS BENEFITS PART IV – GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS CHAPTER 53 – SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO BENEFITS §5301. Nonassignability and exempt status of benefits §5301(a)(1) https://twentiethman.wordpress.com/2013/12/03/usc-title-38-part-iv-chapter-53-%C2%A75301a1/Continue reading

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You’re Pre-Approved!

In Credit Card parlance this idiomatic expression means predatory lenders have cast their eyes upon you ere you’ve cast your eyes upon them.

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Adjustment Reaction -definition-

VA (Veterans Administration) jargon for a veterans’ angry reaction to being “kicked to the curb” and denied benefits under “The G. I. Bill of Rights”. The anger in the aftermath of being betrayed. Adjustment Reaction -definition-

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Brush-By Payments

“Brush-By Payments” is an expression you’re not likely to hear or see anywhere else on the internet or in any official government regulatory capacity. Undoubtedly an illegal, arbitrary, capricious and secretive bureaucratic maneuver, in usage it is a form of … Continue reading

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“You can’t handle the truth!” – Col. Jessup

Just so you know: the film containing the 1970’s Theme Song of the Feminist Movement, the film I had hoped to have digitized and published on the web, has now been moved to the Library of Congress, were in all … Continue reading

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Hot Buttons

I believe the expression “hot buttons” has its origins in military jargon. Those who would be most likely to know the true origin of this expression are army doctors, psychiatrists and especially, army chaplains. Psychiatric casualties are inevitable in war. … Continue reading

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“The Biggest Deal of the Twentieth Century?” Listen —— They’re Playing Our Song

I happen to know the whereabouts of a copy of what many consider the Theme Song of the Women’s Liberation Movement. Unfortunately it’s on 35mm color film and I don’t currently have the means to secure it properly and have … Continue reading

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