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  • noun The psychological state of someone's cognitive processes at a certain time; the condition or character of a person's thoughts or feelings.

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  • noun a temporary psychological state
  • noun the state of a person's cognitive processes


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    November 5, 2008

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  • Huh. I guess not enough people were thinking what I was thinking. Story of my life.

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  • yarb -I'm looking forward to the story of your life! I'm sure it will be a terrific read. Then there will be the movie! Who will play you?

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  • I saw that today, reesetee. I think it's the cutest election thingamabob I've seen yet.

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  • I just looked at the McCain supporters' words, then those of Obama's supporters. tense exhausted terrified were nudged off the screen as ebullient victorious ecstatic scrolled on. Still 366 undecided seats on the Big Board but the words have called it.

    November 5, 2008

  • Just checked them again. Interestingly, I see "optimistic," "elated," and "hopeful" among the red words (McCain supporters) and "cautious" and "anxious" in the blue words. But the top word seems to be "relieved." I get that. :-)

    November 5, 2008