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Placing apart questions of fact and falsehood, the outdated "talk is affordable" maxim includes as a lot weight as ever. certainly, maybe extra. For one needn't be a professional in irony or sarcasm to achieve that folks do not unavoidably suggest what they are saying. words similar to "Yeah, correct" and "I might care much less" are loads part of the way in which we speak--and the best way we live--that we're prone to detect after they are absent (for instance, Forrest Gump).
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