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Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Thornton P. Knowles On Speaking "Blandish"

To be successful, politicians and media people must learn how to speak "Blandish," a form of communication that sounds profound and inspiring without articulating anything meaningful. In an era where a wrong word, voice inflection, or even facial expression can destroy a career and send the hapless speaker into scandal hell, "Blandish" is becoming America's second language. It won't be long until "Blandish" replaces English as an academic major. Eggheads will coming out of universities with Ph.Ds in "Blandish." When that happens, I'll be the first to tell those bastards to go to hell.

Thornton P. Knowles

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