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Long Story Short

According to the Free Dictionary, the idiomatic phrase “long story short,” which is shortened from “to make a long story short,” is “something that you say when you are about to stop telling someone all the details of something that happened and tell them only the main facts.” If wishing made it so! Here’s what … Continue reading

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Eric Metaxas » Archive » END OF THE WORLD ARRIVES: NYER Says “Hone In”.

With the exception of his periods being outside of his quotation marks (See the Chicago Manual of Style, section 6.7), I love this article and Metaxas’s humor (End of the World Arives: NYER Says “Hone In”. [sic])!   Come on, everybody! Be purists! Make the commitment to “hone” your skills, and “home in” on everything else! … Continue reading