If The Doctor is Agnostic, Can You Trust The Diagnosis?

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I’ve discovered a divergence in the lexicon, Master Obi-Webster (Obi-Wan+Webster – the dictionary guy), a “Grammberation” (Grammar + Aberration) if you will. By some coincidence, nay providence (it’s raining terds! To be struck by an anomaly unsuspectingly is “coincigence”. When considered to be an act of God or divine intervention, it’s “provigence), I was contemplating the word “diagnosis” and its playful doppelganger  “diagnostic”, when, provigence descended upon me like, to quote Marlon Brando as the psychotically quirky Colonel Walter E. Kurtz in Francis Ford Coppola’s marathon of a film Apocalypse Now, “like I was shot with a diamond…a diamond bullet right through my forehead”.

I’m getting carried away…I realized that “agnostic” was 80% of “diagnostic” in spelling and pronunciation, but maybe 5% of “diagnostic” definitionally (I thought I made that word up, but Dictionary.com says it’s legit – adverb form of “definition”…CRAZY!) That is to say, these two words…

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