Discovering the Relevance of Words
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2 b honest, eye dont actually care 2 much if you Cannes read these sentences, but I am intrigued to find out IF you are reading them.
Or other sentences. Or words.
Reading is good.
Mark Twain once said that he who does not read good books has no advantage over those who cannot read.
I only mostly agree. I often wonder regarding the argument of what is good. Who determines good- the intellectual elite? the capitalists? the groundlings?
James Frey was considered a genius when he wrote his run-on sentence, stream-of-conscious, Thousand Little Pieces until we found out he was lying. Shakespeare made up thousands of the words he wrote.
But if a teenager attempting to express his or her self ignores punctuation or struggles with spelling… well… moron, that’s a C. At best.
What is more important to you, the feeling or the formality?