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Brilliant, facetious, or pretentious- You be the judge

Article By: TheLegendOfEside


Submitted:Feb 23, 2010    Reads: 75    Comments: 1    Likes: 1   

"Hope of improvement is not a substitute for capacity to improve." Although I may have written this under capricious circumstances, broken every grammar rule known to man (note: cliché), and gratuitously doused the reader with superfluous vocabulary that doesn't mitigate the passage one smidgen, I am going to write it anyways. This is a loquacious passage, but I will try and ameliorate it with imaginative and esoteric ideas while still reserving brevity. Why bombard you with an onslaught of vocabulary that was thrown together loosely without much thought? The reason was to instill the reader with the thought of, "Oh man, this author is really conceited, arrogant, and self-important. The reason that I wanted to plant the reader with this thought was simple, it's the only way they will be able to follow and understand this "article" the way I would like them to. Many articles of writing are examined and broken down so much people overlook the simple idea or story that the author was trying to convey. My main goal in this article is not to inform the reader, but to have them think about the information given exactly the way I do. You may be surprised when I tell you the following, but this article is at its end…


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