In this digital age of instant gratification and massive virtual experience, the English language suffers dilution, distortion, and degradation as it is chewed up and spit out amid proverbial jowls and howls, replete with tireless jargon, thoughtless platitudes and heartless profanation which ironically render speech more limited and less free. Colloquial acronyms and cliché catch-phrases are common-place culprits, and while they may initially sound clever and delicious to the ear, they ultimately wax stale, vague, and virtually devoid of meaning with constant repetition. Of course, there are proper contexts for the efficiency of acronyms and aphorisms, especially when time is

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