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1. People who use the following: Anything(s) R US, irregardless,
utilize (when use is better).
2. People who are didactic without a point.
3. People who speak (or write) in a public forum just to hear their own
voice or see their words in print; no apologies to Congress.
4. People who have never learned brevity.