It's a tumblog, yo.
I get why orders and traditions like the Eleusinian Mysteries did that now. Words can’t ‘hold’ the experience in the correct form and thus it becomes dangerous.
His team bum-rushed a Ukrainian ship the MV Faina, packed with weapons: anti-aircraft guns, rocket-propelled grenades and at least 30 T-72 tanks. Hassan didn’t care about the arms. He wanted cash — and after over 100 days of maritime drama, helicopters hovering over the Faina dropped him over $3 million. As it turned out, the ship was bound for the separatist army of South Sudan, which helps explain Big Mouth’s windfall.
There do, however, appear some forms of expressions that tend to have shorter sentence structures than E-prime constructions. Those expressions usually involve some form of lie, deception or an attempt to convert or convince someone, especially in religions, political ideologies, or advertisements
In this business you can either make friends or you can make money.
— Scott Hall
I tell people that if it’s in the news, don’t worry about it. The very definition of “news” is “something that hardly ever happens.” It’s when something isn’t in the news, when it’s so common that it’s no longer news — car crashes, domestic violence — that you should start worrying.
Defeatism is fool-proof. You can’t control a positive outcome, but you can ensure a negative one simply by giving up and surrendering.