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Sunday, May 7

Is Technology Killing The Art Of Conversation?

Seen on an AOL discussion page:

my view

i fink txting emailing and so on is destroying the way we live the way we fink for example. when somebody is txting some friend the proper expression is not fulfilled so we either get the wrong idea or just get confused talking face to face makes sure we can expres out view opinion and so on and if we want to hide something we can in our way but txting emailing just make everything difficult and make us try harder to txt and txt causing more confusion to both people because the other person is like well ave just explained it so why u still going on about it. it nt that it just the person hasnt explained it properly because it a txt or email we belive we shouldnt have to express it fully bt that destroy the art of converesation we were given voices and minds to express wat we say to each other to love people with wat we say to care bout people with wat we say. a simple sentence saying good luck is simple and sounds quick and as if the person doesnt really care we need to speak to each other more people have no idea about the way we can say thing to each other can change somebodys life we are give the special ability to say things wid tone or make it sound boring u no wat i meen. wow im doing it rite now im not truly able to express wat i meen so everybody look at it and finks am a nutter lol thats because i cant truly express my opinion to u al even if u are brilliantly amazing at expressing your feeling through txt most of us are nt it all makes sense dont it :)


Posted at 8:38 pm on 2 May 2006 by teamawesome


Team "awesome"? Awesomely bad writing. I would like to think that this is ironically bad to prove the point, but somehow I doubt it.

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