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[May. 21st, 2007|10:56 pm]
Nate Bunnyfield
Favorite jargon of the moment...

Tactics against hostile takeover

* Back-end
* Bankmail
* Crown Jewel Defense
* Flip-in
* Flip-over
* Golden Parachute
* Gray Knight
* Greenmail
* Jonestown Defense
* Killer bees
* Leveraged Recapitalization
* Lobster Trap
* Lock-up Provision
* Macaroni Defense
* Nancy Reagan Defense
* Non-voting Stock
* Pac-Man Defense
* Pension parachute
* People Pill
* Poison pill
* Poison Put
* Safe Harbor
* Scorched earth defense
* Shark Repellent
* Staggered Board of Directors
* Standstill Agreement
* Suicide Pill
* Targeted Repurchase
* Top-ups
* Treasury Stock
* Trigger
* Voting Plans
* White knight
* White Squire
* Whitemail

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takeover
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Comments:
From: arkmay
2007-05-22 04:19 am (UTC)
Those are nice! Some of those will make good song titles, haha...

Here are my favorite jargon... extensive list OMG:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Professional_wrestling_slang
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From: natebunnyfield
2007-05-22 06:16 am (UTC)
Kayfabe, term used to describe the illusion (and up-keep of the illusion) that professional wrestling is not staged (i.e. that the on-screen situations between performers represent reality). Also used by wrestlers as a signal to close ranks and stop discussing business due to an uninformed person arriving in earshot. The term is said to have been loosely derived from the Pig Latin pronunciation of the word "fake" ("akefay").
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From: arkmay
2007-05-22 06:35 am (UTC)
That article is not very well-written, but you get the point...

Yes, it's all about the kayfabe. And not breaking kayfabe. We use a lot of these terms (e.g., pop, bump, heat, angle) for karaoke, too, but don't tell anyone.
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From: arkmay
2007-05-22 06:36 am (UTC)
oh, the pig Latin connection! Of course of course. Although in the old WWF, the company internally wrote it as K. FABE (when written).
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[User Picture]From: phatpharmer
2007-05-22 07:37 pm (UTC)
god, can't you imagine the witty banter between two drunk and flirty acquisitions specialists?
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