Re: older != better? (Re: Writing: better or worse after years on the job?)
I don't think I have the stamina or quickness of mind
that I had 20 years ago, and therefore, in at least
that way, I am not as good a writer these days. Of
course, there are other aspects of the situation to
consider--my vocabulary is better...
Oh!!! You don't use "like" in as many instances as you used to? Like, you know?
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