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Liberty is a verb

I was wandering aimlessly around the internet, and suddenly wondered if the domain Be Liberty. com was available. If it was, I was going to snag it, because I like the sound of it. Be Liberty.

Liberty as a verb. One can only truly understand Liberty through action. Action is the key.

But I see that the domain www.beliberty.com is taken. I wonder what it will be?

Or I wonder if the domain is in just permanent purgatory, waiting for the idea to express.

Click through and it goes to a Japanese hosting company. 50 gigs of space for 1000 yen for one year! That is only 83.3 yen per day...

Anyway, what do you think?

B E

L I B E R T Y

Has a nice ring to it. Be liberty. Liberty is a verb.

Put it to use, and see how you like it.



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Since you see it as a verb

would libertying .com be a more fitting name? Though it phonetically sounds similar to libertine, it would make liberty more verb-esque. In the phrase "be liberty", be is the verb and liberty is still a noun. It sounds nice though. Repetition of sounds is always good for the attractiveness of a product. Like the Ford F-One-Fifty Four-by-Four Off-Road. ...I side tracked; libertying .com is available.

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cynical

me thinks it may be a justin beliber fansite to come.

the sun will die that day.

you just cracked me up, belieber

On that note, I beliebe I am gonna go to bed.

“The welfare of the people in particular has always been the alibi of tyrants.” — Albert Camus

Cyril's picture

In that vein, these two are still available it seems,

In that vein, these two are still available it seems, if anyone's interested:

let-liberty.be

or

letliberty.be

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

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Joη's picture

could you conjugate it for me?

Is it irregular?
Is one libertying?
If one liberties, has one libat, liberted, libertten, libertaid, or libertore?
Will one have libertied, libertook, or libertaught?
Might one plan to libert in the future?

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Michael Nystrom's picture

Conjugation isn't my department

I've never been good at conjugation.

The nice thing about verbs in Japanese is that I don't think there is such a thing as an irregular conjugation. Better yet in Mandarin, verbs don't conjugate at all! You just have one form.

I just confirmed this with Samantha. Not only is she a native speaker, she has an M.Phil in linguistics from Oxford. She said Mandarin is particularly par·si·mo·ni·ous when it comes to verbs and conjugations.

You only have one form. I eat. Yesterday I eat. Tomorrow I eat.

So I'm just going to step out of the box, and say that the verb "Liberty" does not conjugate. There is no need.

I Liberty. You Liberty. We Liberty. Be Liberty. Yesterday I Liberty. Tomorrow we Liberty. Let's Liberty!

Liberty is also a proper verb, which means it is capitalized upon usage in the written form. I just made that up, because I Liberty. When you Liberty, you can do stuff like that.

He's the man.
jrd3820's picture

Hey Kid....Lay off the sauce man

Maybe try some spinach. I hear it's good for your brain.

You can't just run around the here making up new words or changing meanings of words just because you own the place.

I Liberty! You Liberty! We Liberty! Oh crap....I'm not supposed to say the word 'we' here am I? Ok, well just don't tell the owner, I think he's a step or 2 away from kicking me out of the place. Something about not getting my last rent check....I think he just lost it or something.

Or wait maybe we CAN change the meaning of the word...Wait, no not 'we' that's a horrible word. I meant you, or me, or us. NO! Not us, that's as bad as 'we.'

Maybe we could make a dailypaul dictionary for your new words. No, not 'we' of course. You, or me. But I can't do it, I'd need your help every now and then, but then we would be a we and we can't have that can we? Unless we change the meaning of the word we.

Anyways, like I said; lay off the sauce kid. Try some spinach.

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.”
― Dr. Seuss

bigmikedude's picture

Enough Libertying you two.

Get back to work.

Cyril's picture

LOL

LOL

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

You guys...

Cracking me up! Love grammar funnies.

great

now I want to go to Bali:

http://www.baliberty.com/

“The welfare of the people in particular has always been the alibi of tyrants.” — Albert Camus

Je l'aime!

bagus sekali!

jrd3820's picture

917.50

A one way from Chicago (don't know where you are from, thought that was centrally located) to Bali.

Are you going to learn that instrument?

Have a great time in Bali. Send the DP a postcard?

Action.

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.”
― Dr. Seuss

DJP333's picture

I like it

I think the word "liberty" is severely underused, in conversation and in action. People talk of freedom, however, liberty has so much more to it, so much more responsibility, so much more gravity than the word "freedom".

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