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New Words for Old Vices


FABULOSE, noun:  the spongy, puffy social tissue filled with tiny bubbles of hot air and styrofoam packing ‘monads.”  It thrives on a fertile compost of book reviews, celebrity talk-shows, workplace performance evaluations, and classroom assessments.  If dissected in a bright … Continue reading

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