Definitions for "HiPPIE"
Someone who rejects the established culture, dresses casually, and advocates extreme liberalism in politics and lifestyle. Used especially of those in the late 1960's, mostly in their late teens and early twenties, who conspicuously rejected traditional culture by dressing casually, if male wore their hair long, and wore folksy or used clothing adorned with beads, headbands, and often flowers; they emphasized the importance of love and direct personal relations rather than success-oriented businesslike behavior, strove for spontaneity, sometimes lived communally, and in some cases tried to expand their consciousness by various psychological techniques such as meditation, or through the use of consciousness-altering drugs such as marijuana or LSD. By the end of the Vietnam war in the 1970's, the numbers of people living a visibly hippie lifestyle had dramatically decreased, though some people continue to develop similar views and live with the same outlook.
Descriptive referring to 1960's countercultural lifestyle, derogatory when used by non-Rainbows, often to anachronize Rainbows. Also used among Rainbows as familiar greeting or self-descriptive.
A person who's hip. Hippies did not refer to themselves as such. The term became derogatory but is again fashionable. The whole anti-materialist, anti-war, pro peace, pro mind expansion counterculture has been termed the Hippie Movement. San Francisco writer Michael Fallon applied the term "hippie" to the SF counterculture in an article about the Blue Unicorn coffeehouse where LEMAR (Legalize Marijuana) & the Sexual Freedom League meet, & hippie houses.
Keywords:  specter, hypnotic, edit
Hypnotic Specter[ edit][ edit
Keywords:  iptables, netfilter, mod, kernel, linux
The purpose of the Hi-Performance Protocol Identification Engine/HiPPIE is to analyze network traffic, and determine what protocol is in use within a given session based on packets sent to the engine. Linux kernel mod with support for iptables/netfilter
Keywords:  gleaned, moniker, essay, great, even
a great moniker even though you gleaned it from the contents of my essay