post on the Harry Potter books, in the meta of which I made some comments which were then roundly-ignored. But two comments after mine, a writer begins, "I am fascinated by the argument that...."
Oh. My. Gosh. "Fascinated"? Are you? Are you really?
I mean, good heavens, how do these two men ever get anything done? EVERYTHING fascinates them! Everything! This argument, that point, the other subject; this book, that person, the other movie. It's all "fascinating"!
Nothing is mildly interesting, nothing is worth noting, nothing is of passing import. It's all "faaaaaaascinating"!
Honestly, how do you get through your day, when every single object of thought causes your hands to release what they are holding, your jaw muscles to let go, and your legs to collapse? When everything seizes hold of your undivided attention, keeping every power of the brain in a vicelike death-grip? How? How?
Okay, I feel a little better now.
I think the Inigo Montoya hypothesis is what most likely applies here — only not about the word "inconceivable."