Tag Archive for Grammar

I’ll Take A Regular, Please


As dangerous as it is to blame something on someone else, or declare innocence for a bad act, lest your words be taken out of context, making it look like it is the accuser commanding a bad act, or admitting… Read more…

Git Frum It Wat U Can


For the modern writer, metaphors are a risky gamble. Best writing is realest writing. Suffixes, affixes, synonyms, anaphones (words that sound different), curt allegories, and root words are all more resilient. 0.0 00

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The AI infesting my mind often treats (A and B) as (A = B), often leading to metaphysical nonsense. Unity has never looked this stupid. It may approach truth as time nears infinity, but A never truly equals to B,… Read more…

The Grass on the Other Side


The Arabic language has signifier grammer for number. That means you can tell from the affix whether a word is representing ONE, TWO, or MANY objects. There is even affix grammar to describe whether an object is male or female,… Read more…

Anti-Contrarian


My suggestion to English speakers, the world over: Stop using “in” as a prefix to mean “non-” and “not”. Stop using “im” as a prefix to mean “non-” and “not”. Stop using “un” as a prefix to mean “non-” and “not”…. Read more…