Fake slang of the Seattle grunge scene, nonsense as a propaganda tool, the American accent as imagined by an Italian singer, and the ultimate expression of engineering technobabble.
The Gish gallop is a propaganda tool designed to wear down resistance through a firehose of false or misleading information.
In 1992 the New York Times published a guide to grunge slang. The only problem? It was all made up.
Italian singer Adriano Celentano wrote a song that sounds American, even though the actual words make no sense.
For the past 75 years, companies such as General Electric, Time magazine, Chrysler, and Rockwell Automation have featured the turboencabulator: a perfect satire of engineering technobabble.