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he mentions linguistics, and i think he has a good point because words have connotation as well as denotation. so, i'm wondering whether his use of the word "pretending" is a linguistic measure he's taken. the word includes a sense of "at some level you know something not to be the case" ... does any know if that is his intention? this is actually a question and not a comment, by the way.

Tue, 22 May 2012 01:57:10 UTC | #942736