- Jan 25, 2012
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Local philologist UGC thinks "Lucifer" as the name of the morning star--English usage that goes back at least 1000 years--is the dictionary defining words "to match the culture of the times."Another case of you going with pop culture instead of using your brain.
Dictionaries are constantly updating and changing the definitions of words to match the culture of the times.
Heck, the planet Venus was Noah Webster's primary definition of "Lucifer" in 1828. "Pop culture"! Bwahahaha!
Yeah, I'm going to call Venus Lucifer, then I'm going to brew some mead and go out and party like it's 999.
What a loon you are.
Remember--this is two people supposedly sharing this account. And between the two of them, they aren't capable of doing even the minimal research one high-school senior knows how to do. Twice the hot air as a normal human being, but half the wits. No wonder Twisted is so impressed with you.
Just admit you have no clue what you're talking about, take the L, and move on, fools.