moron, or momominnosh, same thing according to WebstersSo, my curiosity piqued, I searched Google: nothing. I felt a little nerdy, looking this up, but continued. Nothing when I checked YourDictionary.com or Wikipedia either.
Then I realized what the person quoted was doing - marketing. He wanted to insult the guy, so he puts this up, knowing only a couple nerds are going to double-check him anyway. Momominnosh doesn't mean anything - the only links I found on Google were to this Momominnosh's posts. But since we (mostly) won't question it, the poster could create a connection in our minds of Momominnosh and moron. Who would question it?
So how many times a day does somebody say something that we don't check? How often does some false, misleading, or purposefully malicious thought get into our brain? I remember a lot of little details, and I really don't want 'another way to say moron is _____' in there. I'm glad I checked, as I now don't have that connection.
So how often does some false, misleading, or purposefully malicious thought get into our brain? What can we do about it? How can we go about putting some more positive ideas there?
Taking down the billboards that are the collection of beliefs in my head. I don't want to drive by them any more...