Say Something

For many years I’ve been dismayed at the slow drift of the English language in its common use. I can usually push that dismay aside, only to be rudely awakened to it when reading a classic piece of literature from a long gone era.

I long for richness and depth in a single sentence. I crave clarity and specific intent in speech.

So I appreciated this.

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