Without Further Adieu, Part 4

Without Further Adieu, Part 4

More Writing by Ear It’s been a while since the last post about malapropisms, and writers have been busy.  So, without further adieu, let us wet your appetite with a few inciteful words and phrases.  None of these will bare any resemblance to proper English, nor are they integrious.  It’s obvious that modern scribes should have spent more time on wrote learning.  By far, the best in this collection, nay, in this series — to give the...

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Do political ads have to make sense?

The advertising season for the 2012 presidential has scarcely begun, and we have plenty to chew on already.  Herman Cain’s “Smoking” ad is not only a little creepy in tone but is tone-deaf in prominently featuring a smoker.  In the 21st century, parents may not dig it, and those panty-waist, tree-hugging, granola-munching liberals surely won’t. Not to be outdone—even by himself—for sheer oddness, Cain’s...

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