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Let’s face it, swear words are a part of our repertoire of expression, and there are few people indeed who absolutely never curse. Swear words have been around as long as language itself, and they exist in every culture across the globe. They actually serve a useful purpose, when not over used! If I accidentally nail my thumb with a hammer, I’m likely to utter a few choice morsels.
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“I still have a responsibility to your shareholders. They’re not there because they’re fans. You don’t invest hundreds of millions of dollars in a stock because you’re a fan. But the only star to be nominated? Jane Lynch for Best Supporting Actress.Why hello, Netflix! The live streaming site fared quite well in its first Emmy season, landing nominations for House of Cards and its stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, as well as Arrested Development’s Jason Bateman. Looks like their release it all at once model paid off!Three cheers for Kerry Washington landing a nom for her work as Olivia Pope (aka one of TV’s best characters, male or female) on ABC’s Scandal. And three cheers as well for Dan Bucatinsky being recognized in the Best Guest Star category.
The Chinese General and Philosopher, Sun Tzu, in his book, The Art of War, gives us a little window into what is happening here. He writes, “All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.”.