Category Archives: Wayback Machine

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Implied Negativity – The Misuse of Words

From my posts found in the Wayback Machine, originally published on May 12, 2009. Okay, this is a pet peeve of mine. Maybe it’s because I’m a word guy. Maybe it’s because I know when I’m being manipulated. I’m talking … Continue reading

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Read the Bill Before You Form an Opinion?

From my posts found in the Wayback Machine, originally published on Aug 31, 2009. Obamacare, National Healthcare, Healthcare Reform, Socialized Medicine – no matter how you say it, everyone’s talking about it, and almosteveryone has an opinion. On Friday, August … Continue reading

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Wordisms # 241 – Just Make It Up!

From my posts found in the Wayback Machine, originally published on March 16, 2010 As a long-time lover of words and language, I’m both amused and disgusted by the popular trend of just making up new words as we need … Continue reading

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Wordisms # 581 – Infantilization??

From my posts found in the Wayback Machine, originally published on April 1, 2010. This business of finding and declaring words invalid is a sticky one. So before I introduce you to the latest lame word of the week (it’s … Continue reading

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