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I'm sure Joe Luddite (hey, wait a minute!) thought he was being clever by
with his ultra-long sentence, which actually crashed my spelling checker. I'm
sure he thought that a long sentence could be just as readable as a series of
short ones. I'm receptive to the argument; I've written more than my share of
Unfortunately, I literally could not bring myself to pick through his whole
sentence, which just demonstrated that the argument against long sentences is
Steven Jong, Documentation Team Manager (Typo? What tpyo?)
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