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I've noticed that most people say they're outraged about some thing or other almost constantly. When did we become such a cortisol-fueled bunch? Or is it just the "liberal media" that's outraged by all the "fake news?" Roll Eyes
 
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I'm shocked. Shocked.
 
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Please, Sir, cease sitting on power lines. Doing so is shockingly outrageous.

Really, though, why the recent overuse of the term? It goes along with the redundant use of "brutal."
 
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Here is a talk about one of the world's greatest linguists.


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Oh, my. That is awful, Proof!

Many of us are remembering how much we disliked Bush and thought he was terrible with language. How I miss Bush now!

Geoff, Shu and I were talking about this tonight. Somehow, the country has become so divided and there is so much hatred toward the other side (They would rather vote in a child molester than a Democrat? Really?) - so much worse than ever before. Is it the Internet? I am just not sure.

Yet, when I went to the Portrait Museum in DC, where all the past presidents are highlighted, I found that back in the 1700s and 1800s there was a lot of that too. Maybe it's just a phase? I sure hope so. I loved when both sides came together for big bills - you just don't see that now.

And what must our international friends be thinking?
 
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