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I am looking for an article that was printed in the 1976, or 77, or 78, almanac that began like this..." Do not become intoxicated in the excess exuberance of your own inexhaustible verbousity. When articulating your esoteric..." Does anyone know of this article. Tim

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Sounds Interesting

But it isn't in 1977.

Let us know where/if you find it Tim, and welcome to the Forums!

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Thanks

Must be in 1976 or 1978. From memory it went something like this, " Do not become intoxicated in the excess exuberance of your own inexhaustible verbousity. When articulating your esoteric idiologies, and stating your superficial setimentalities, refrain from pondrous phraseology. In otherwords, say what you mean, mean what you say and ..."

Tim

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K-I-S-S

Keep it simple! Not "Express To Impress".

Thanks Tim!


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