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Subject:RE: Don't you love farce? From:"Farwell, Peter" <peter -dot- farwell -at- encorp -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Mon, 1 Oct 2001 16:11:55 -0600
These words will not disappear for at least four years since they are part
of a language widely spoken in corporate boardrooms and within the U.S.
Military. I am speaking, of course, of Bushonics.
"These people are greatly misunderestimated," says University of Texas
linguistics professor James Bundy, himself a Bushonics speaker. "They're not
lacking in intelligence facilities by any stretch of the mind. They just
have a differing way of speechifying."
> Speaking of which, puhLEEZE tell me that the two new words I
> learned on the bus
> today (yes I know it's rude to read over someone's shoulder,
> but it's a habit you
> pick up on public transit) will disappear soon. The new verb
> is "decisioning." And
> who decisions? Why, a "decisioner," of course! Makes my teeth hurt...
> Does "decisioning" improve on "deciding" in any meaningful
> way? Or is the author
> just full of doe snot?
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