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I wonder what everyone makes of Joseph Conrad
Oct. 26
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Oh dear, Marshall. ‘Careful to whom you say it’, perhaps?
Oct. 23
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Why do you want to emphasise the word ‘obviously’?
Oct. 22
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I understand the words ‘obviously’, ‘does’ and ‘was’, and I don't need the assistance of capital letters.
Oct. 22
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'Barking UP the wrong tree' is the idiom. Barking AT a tree is, well, barking mad.
Sept. 27
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This rivals ‘semi-frequent’ and ‘nonrare frequency’, recently observed, in the Meaningless Language Stakes.
Aug. 23
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And then you think, he's an arse.

I've often thought that, by way of an antidote to Facebook, someone should create Arsebook, in which one would include people like this TD.
Aug. 10
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What does ‘semi-frequently’ mean?
July 31
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I wonder where Othello (Shakespeare) might be relevant to your discussion.
Feb. 23
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