I've had idnopheq for, I hate to say it, almost eleven years now. My home node
has a brief explanation as to it's origins in college. But soft! As I have been asked in the past ...
As I went to college with a bunch of strict southern Baptists ( no smoking, drinking, swearing, etc. - I resumed such fine traits after I s/dropped/was kicked/ out of school ), we came up with other ways to amuse ourselves.
One such amusement was coming up with unlikely nouns. The definition I came up with at the time is in the dark mists of memory. But the unlikely noun as a name stuck, and as with so many other monks, this one is usually available in the on-line world.
Apply yourself to new problems without preparation, develop confidence in your ability to to meet situations as they arrise.
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