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I noticed a tendency when I start a blog post to first vent/unload about all the chaos of the moment I am in. Sort of like when you show up a few minutes late to meet someone and in a frantic, breathless way you list through all the obstacles that blocked you on your way there or more generally, all the crazy goings-on in life that week/month/year. 514 more words
December 1, 2017 (AP) (STL.News) — College football news moved faster this week than Oregon’s offense in Chip Kelly’s hey-day with the Ducks, and the blur started with Kelly himself deciding to return to the Pac-12. 12 more words
Being frantic: ‘desperate or wild with excitement, passion, fear, pain, etc’ is nothing new, even the Greeks had it, what’s the etymology of frantic?
The word comes from the Middle English (Around 1400 CE) word ‘frentik’, which is also the root of the word ‘frenetic’, meaning ‘fast and energetic in a rather wild and uncontrolled way.’. 73 more words