Sunday, June 10, 2007

A nice quote to begin with...

From “Send”:

“Sarcasm may be a less direct form of anger, but it’s still anger. The Greek root of “Sarcasm” means to rip flesh, usually with your teeth. When a wild animal bites your thigh, it is literally being sarcastic. Of all the tonal choices you can make in a correspondence, the decision to use sarcasm should be carefully considered, and almost always abandoned.”

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