To swear or not…

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To swear … or not to swear … that is the question … whether tis more noble to compose and communicate in well chosen words or to abandon them for the cheap whiskey of a profanity …

It is not a matter of being a goody-two-shoes nor is it a matter of a quick apology from a speaker, but, rather, may I suggest, that a speaker risks squandering the value of his message when assuming such a liberty …

Shakespeare wrote, as I recall, in Macbeth … “the evil men do lives after them … the good is often buried with their bones … ” … “evil”, you may be thinking, is a stretch … it’s just part of the quote … to be more gentle, let’s modify the quote … “the profane emphasis men use lives after them … the good … ”

Your work is way too valuable … in your research and publishing “The Complete Turtle Trader” alone, you have succeeded in changing lives … mine, most definitely, in particular … your books and podcasts … excellent … please continue to contribute …

With my best regards and encouragement for your continued work,

Garrison K.

I don’t consider all profanity bad or cheap. It could appear too much. It might not fit somewhere. But it causes me no internal itch or major issue with me. I definitely don’t connect with absolute abstinence of it. Thanks for the feedback!

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