Monday, February 22, 2016

The Strange and Terrible Saga of the obfuscated ideas

When your digital environment is a collection of empathetically dissonant and disparate ephemeral dreams and your real world is an allegoric reflection of your redundant alliteration, you risk mangling your ideas with malapropisms.
But even if you don't, obfuscating your thoughts with nice sounding words is a terrible form of hiding. You're not clever if you aren't clear.
I'm talking to myself here, so let me restate the original thought:
You might get confused when your Internet is all over the place.
Now that we've cleared that up, let's go all over the place.

You, too, can be a fringe White House reporter, because America.
'Seinfeld,' ranked.
“Your Honor, we do not have a lawyer for this person at this time.”