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  1. Standard memberlemon lime
    ookookachu
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    22 May '14 07:05
    here it is.
  2. Standard memberlemon lime
    ookookachu
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    22 May '14 07:13
    Here is a good bed time story...

    http://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/2010/04/21/misused-quotes-we-live-by-when-rules-of-thumb-get-bent-or-amputated/

    ... because it will put you to sleep faster than you can say she sells sea shells by the 😴
  3. SubscriberPonderable
    chemist
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    22 May '14 08:02
    and that is the quintessence:

    Rhetoric boils down to using logos, pathos, and ethos effectively. Drawing on quotes is a nifty way of using all three simultaneously — we seem to be using our intellect, we evoke an emotional response, and we do both via a shared memory or touchpoint. But because quotations are such potent rhetorical packages, they should be used accurately and with care.