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IRREGULAR BLOGS AND DEFINITIONS

I recently deleted a blog post that was about ridiculous, or meaningless blogs. It was,  in it self, a ridiculous and meaningless blog to express my angst for reading what I considered blogs of the same caliber. This blog infuriated another fellow blogger, and a jousting match ensued. When criticizing anothers' blog posts it is much the same as walking out into a thunder storm weilding a lightning rod.

As bloggers, we deliver our message in a blog post, and then wait to see the hit counts increase. Occasionally, we check to see if anyone has commented. For whatever reason, I feel compelled to post comments on quite a few posts. If I have offended anyone, please accept my sincere apology. To those of you I have not offended, and only irritated, I also apologize due to a momentary lapse of integrity that my 'deleted' blog seemingly evoked. Since Dennis Miller and Geroge Carlin are heroes of mine, I tend to rant. But somewhere within those rants and ramblings, there is a grain or 'spelt' of relevance, regardless of what a 'blowhard' I seem. 

 

My Grandmother once told me 'to make apple butter, you've got to stir the pot.' Constructive dissenting comments will stir the pot for sure, but it also tends to heighten defense mechanisms to levels equal of DEFCON 1.

For the record, I must end with this. The word 'spelt' is a basic irregular verb, and it's usage is largely regional, used in colloquial or informal conversation. The word itself has origins in the 1500's, and was common Old English dialect as well in liteary works such as Shakespeare. In the U.S., the usage of the word is common in the North East due largely to the high concentration of early English immigrants. 'Spelt' as a verb is not considered archaic, but in several dictionaries the primary definition of 'spelt' refers to a wheat-like grain. In Closing,

 

"Whilst ye mayest be right, thou thinkest thou is right herforetowith. Having learnt this, I hesitated, but I clapt with an irregular, bittersweet happiness"

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  • I think you speelt that whilst brewing thy beer! & perhaps downing one to many!


     

    sanfordsauto, 3 years ago | Flag
  • Nice

    CSheehy, 3 years ago | Flag

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