This most recent one included the sentence, "This paper will argue something profound, with an impressive array of vocabulary."
Then I prayed intensely that I would remember to change that sentence into something ... else.
(Hmm, I wonder if I did?)
By the way, I saw this article the other day ... I liked it. And there was one sentence that I particularly liked. It was this:
(Hello, are you ready? ... Yes?)
Here it is.
"Maybe we need to buy less stuff,
so we have more (money) to give."
Well, isn't THAT just a ridiculous thought, CRAZY talk is what THAT is. "Buy less stuff...." .... What does that even MEAN? I mean, who DOES that?
(You can hear that I'm being mildly sarcastic right? You heard that?)
We (in Canada) just finished saying how thankful and blessed and contented we all are, as we stuffed ourselves with turkey and apple pie. Christmas is coming, that season when we all spend ourselves into oblivion. Apparently we aren't sooooo very thankful that we couldn't do with a liiiiiiiittle more stuff.
(Again with the sarcasm.)
Anyway. It's just a thought, mostly self-directed. Happy Outrage-Free Friday.
"In this space, I will bring this post to an end with something witty that ties the whole thing together."