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  • Politically, and dictionarial, incorrectness born of schoolyard taunts.

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  • This prejunction of confluencies does not enrupt, of course from any real comprestanding of psochoactric sciences, but rather from the villianification of intellectuism, the disenvaluing of educationative endeavings and, of course, the enchantalizing of ignoracy that has provasivily influcted our society; a strict encountability to dictionarial vocabulism enotes a tendery to factive adherence and pompish philosophorism.

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  • I have heard that Webster of dictionarial fame started because he wanted to distinguish good American English from foul oppressor Redcoat English, but it's not something I've confirmed.

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