Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
God, yes.Real author-reaction example: Robert Frost, on being asked about his poem, Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening, and its references to death, was startled. He said, "Well, I guess you could see it as a death poem..."People still do it. People are too full of themselves to handle anything literal.
funny and true. If the meaning is sufficiently clear to the reader, impeccable grammar is not necessary.
"The curtains wear blue""The curtains, where blew""The curtains we're blue"Somehow, I think grammar still matters.
"People are too full of themselves to handle anything literal."Literally.
Is there any way to download this podcast without creating a soundcloud account? I don't need another account/password to remember, and sign in under. Clarey of all people should get this, don't re-invent the wheel, just let me download it, listen to it, and delete it.
Indeed they are.
Reading the whole story or books can helps to understand the essence of the book. If a teacher doesn't and they are teaching the students, for sure lots of confusion maybe occur what the paragraphs means.
I don't see what grammar and typos have to with this.
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