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This post was edited by J.E.Overington at 2014-4-30 17:32|
1. Rather than an Appeal to the People for love and security, that is formerly called Abusive ad Hominem, and nowadays is called Argument Against the Person (abusive) since due to being treated as a second class citizen. However, the reverse is also Abusive ad Hominem -- the holding of a people in prison required to socialize always only about romance and ex-communicated for daring to mention an interesting topic such as computer architecture, GNP per capita generating strategies, algebraic number theory, fallacies of weak induction and many similarly interesting topics which are guaranteed to bore in a nanosecond anyone fixated on talking always only about romance.
2. "You betcha" is a phrase normally indicating informal agreement. It can be mispronounced to convey other meanings by dishonest accident.
4. A practiced habit to drop is the phrase "I have ever... " as in, "I have ever been here before." I have heard the phrase surprisingly often. I guess the construction probably comes from the question, "Have you ever been here before?" to which the affirmative and negative replies are "Yes, I have been here before," and "No, I have not been here before, this is my first time," respectively.
5. With mothers who build lives with us, uphold our identities with us, comfort us during life's tribulations and offer a safe place called home, the goal in Mother's Day is to give Mom a day to relax and deeply feel very appreciated for her work and thoughtfulness. The first time I could afford to buy my mother a present was in 1979. I had saved most of my $0.25 weekly allowance for two years and a pair of earrings with Mom's birthstone was on sale, so I could just barely afford to allow the expense. Mom still has the earrings.
6. My work is in mathematized business which I prefer doing rather than trying to explain, so the most useful public information from my perspective is an entity's goals and present development toward the goals, whereas, the most annoying public information expresses obsession with romance since I was excessively inundated with that without any reason. Although it is nice to know people feel happy with their romance, that topic is completely disassociated with mathematized business.