i'd rather be in haena   

or anyplace with more trees and less concrete

Never Use A Two-Syllable Word Where A Three-Syllable One Will Do

by admin - May 11th, 2005.
Filed under: complaining, words.

Another BAD WORD:
Using “architect” as a verb; that is, in place of something simple, like, say…”design.”
Tim O’Reilly, thanks for reinventing English in order to waste syllables and coin another “repurposed” buzzword.

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