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Re^2: Are the words "strict" and "warnings" too negative?

by Your Mother (Bishop)
on Sep 04, 2019 at 22:12 UTC ( #11105635=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Are the words "strict" and "warnings" too negative?
in thread Are the words "strict" and "warnings" too negative?

Dear Nobody,

Without an inviting predicate, a citation of what “negative” is to mean here, some kind of context, or an identity attached I think it is the kind of driveby newthink, semantic whitewashing, manipulative, safespace, pablumizing horseplay—not synonyms for garbage but I’m trying to meet you half-way—that I am embarrassed to be around or associated with. I can’t tell this kind of thing from trolling without context. On that note, I am nicer to named monks. When this was considered, I voted to receive, obtain, get, acquire, secure, bring in, realize, derive, procure.

Sincerely,
Mrs Dr Thy Mother, née :P Grumpybritches-Toddlewitch

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