Being politically incorrect is the new politically correct.
I am not a thing of your judgment, nor am I my predecessors failure or success. I am my own man and I am free to become whatever I wish to be, without being judged by my past actions.
In these man-made economically tough times we are taught to believe that helping without remuneration is simply inconceivable, yet it is still a rarer site than seeing unicorns frolic in the fields.
One of the most famous dictionaries of English, A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson, was brought to light in 1755. The dictionary contained 40 000 words and was renowned for the complexity of the lexicon. However, several of his definitions were interesting, to say the least.
There is a special breed of frustrating people who believe that what they do and know is absolute. And only Sith deal with absolute.
Time, as we understand it, is only making us slaves. Not because there is an unexplainable force that compels us to behave as such, no, time is our master because we made it control our lives.
In the previous article on English spelling, we only tackled the well-known discrepancy between English spelling and pronunciation. Now, we are going one step further. Our next stop is the spelling behind individual words. Here they are... The words and the explanations why they are so special when it comes to the spelling.