How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Fire, fire, fireball...

I just love saying that.

I am now on the Albany-Magick mailing list. I am amused.
I now have a course for next semester, and it meets once a week. I am pleased.
I have had a fun week so far. I am writing like Hemmingway.

That said, I am now involved in a discussion about whether or not my grammar, when at its most florid, is incorrect. I argue that I don't use bad grammar- just archaic.

But posh and tish, and a pish-tosh, who cares. I sincerely don't.

I am pleased. I am Jack's swollen pleasure. Swell pleasure, swell.

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