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The politics of English. And it's power.

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posted on May, 12 2018 @ 03:51 AM
We are caught within our mother tongue, in this case English. We know more of it than is possible to think about, for one person. It is innate.

This is helpful for when English gives you signs about your use of language or tone.

I have developed a method to write rather clean lines and also a sort of automated pun system based upon intuition in regards to my flow of typing. I feel the syntax related errors of a string of words, I don't cognitively come up with some imaginary idea that I should edit something. It's based on a sense of orderliness, and subliminal geometry ideas or something. It's hard to understand something I can't intellectualise and do naturally.

All based on feeling though. That's where English gives you hints, not by thinking.

When we think, we take full control of English. Which makes it useless, or at least, redundant compared to other methods.

Now, take in everything I just said for a moment. [SNIPPED]
edit on 12-5-2018 by throwaway115 because: (no reason given)

edit on 5.12.2018 by Kandinsky because: Snipped profanity

posted on May, 12 2018 @ 04:10 AM
a reply to: throwaway115

Righto, forgive me for not using the english language properly to ascertain why this is political mudpit material?

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